CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPDecember 13, 2013
Guy Ritchie is turning Sherlock Holmes gay.
The director's new movie - based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous super-sleuth - sees Holmes engage in a homoerotic relationship with his sidekick Dr. Watson.
Robert Downey Jr. - who plays the crime-busting detective opposite Jude Law's Doctor Watson - said: "We're two men who happen to be room-mates, wrestle a lot and share a bed. It's bada**."
Rupert Everett says "dysfunctional" actors are more interesting. The openly-gay British star believes is it beneficial for an actor's art if they have struggled with drugs, alcohol or their sexuality.
He said: "You should be able to go off and have a breakdown or be a heroin addict, whatever it is, your particular problem of choice. That's what makes you an interesting actor, anyway. We're more interesting if we are dysfunctional."
Ricky Gervais wants to adopt an adult. The British comic star - who has been with his partner Jane Fallon for 25 years - has joked he wants to open his home up to someone who can pay their own way.
He quipped to the Sunday Times Magazine: "Children give you nothing back. Spongers! I said we could adopt, but I wanted to adopt a 30-year-old lawyer who's already paying rent."
"What's better than winning an Oscar?" asked Joel Madden, Good Charlotte frontman and boyfriend to Nicole Richie. The answer? Baby number two for the celebrity couple. According to the rocker, Baby Harlow "is going to be a big sister."
In an entry on Good Charlotte's official blog, Madden revealed the news, saying "I am so happy to tell everyone that Harlow is going to be a big sister! God has truly blessed my family. Hope you're all feeling as good as I am right now."
Britain's Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson is reconsidering plans to publish her "racy" novel. The historical book - which was due to be published at the end of last year - has been postponed indefinitely.
Sarah's literary collaborator, historian Laura Van Wormer, has admitted she is getting impatient with the delays.
Naomi Watts is scared to do her own stunts. "The International" actress - whose stunt double suffered an injury while filming one of the thriller's adrenalin-fuelled chases - is happy to leave the dangerous scenes to someone else.
Naomi said: "I have no interest in trying stunts myself. It was hard enough lying on a cold piece of road - that's a stunt as far as I'm concerned."
Jon Bon Jovi is losing his hair. The 46-year-old rocker - who was famed for his luxurious mullet in the 80s - is so horrified by his receding hairline, he massages his scalp every day to encourage it to grow back.
He said: "Oh, let me tell you, I am so worried. I look at guys like Sting and think, 'Well, he's cool about losing his hair,' but I'm already losing a bit and I'm so aware of it."
A previous radio interview with Rihanna from 2007 has surfaced, leaving some fans with a bit of insight on her views towards physical violence and her struggles in the past.
The star revealed in an interview with Dave Ryan, host of "The Dave Ryan in the Morning Show" on KDWB in Minneapolis that during an argument with her brother she hit him with a bottle and a phone.