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JK Rowling opens up about her alternative ending to the 'Harry Potter' book series.
The 'Cougar Town' actress has opened up about her marriage to her now ex-husband and revealed that she wishes the pair could have worked out their issues: "It's not like we didn't try" she told More magazine. "You can love somebody so much, but it's not the life you should be living together". The mother-of-one has maintained her positive outlook, stating: "I think David and I are supposed to be the way we are now" and wishing her ex every happiness with his girlfriend, Christina McLarty.
The star has revealed to Into The Gloss that if she wasn't an actress she would often change her look dramatically. "At some point I want to do a total boy cut, completely—not a pretty, girly version—like a straight up James Dean haircut.", Stewart said. "And then, I’m definitely going to shave my head before I die. I will definitely tattoo my head while it’s shaved before my hair grows back. I’m not sure which part, probably the bottom quadrant in the back."
Victoria Beckham has revealed in an interview with Vanity Fair Italy & Spain that she will never perform with The Spice Girls again. "I won't ever do it again. Doing the Olympics was an incredible honour. I was so proud to do it; proud to be British…", said the fashion designer. "That was a perfect time to say, "That's great. Thank you to everybody, but no more. Sometimes you've got to know when it's time to leave the party." Picture: Twitter
In an interview to reveal that she's the next artist to do a MasterCard Priceless Gig in March, Kylie has spoken about the famous hotpants she wore in her video for 'Spinning Around' in 2000. "I keep saying the hotpants are retired", said the pint-sized popstar "but they just keep coming back!". Will she wear them in her forthcoming video for new single 'Into The Blue'? Picture: YouTube
The 'American Hustle' actress has revealed in an interview with W magazine the reason she tripped over when she went to pick up her statuette at the 2013 Academy Awards. “I was at the Oscars, waiting to hear if my name was called, and I kept thinking, cakewalk, cakewalk, cakewalk. I thought, 'Why is 'cakewalk' stuck in my head?'" she said "And then, as I started to walk up the stairs and the fabric from my dress tucked under my feet, I realised my stylist had told me, 'Kick, walk, kick, walk'."
The Oscar winning actress who has recently given birth to a baby boy she has named Bear, has said in an interview with Glamour magazine that the boy will not take his father's surname. Winslet is married to Richard Branson's nephew, Ned Rocknroll but Bear won't take the unusual surname. "We haven’t ever really had that conversation; it was always going to have my name. Mia and Joe (her children from her two previous marriages) have it as part of their name, so it would be weird if this baby didn’t," the star said. "Of course we’re not going to call it RocknRoll." Winslet's husband's real name is Abel Smith, but he changed it to Ned Rocknroll a few years ago by deed poll.
In an interview with People magazine to promote her first book,'The Body Book', Diaz has revealed that although she keeps an eye on what she eats, she doesn't deny herself the odd treat. "I still splurge on french fries", said the 41-year-old "Discipline is not deprivation." The blonde beauty has also admitted that she doesn't mind ageing. "I love getting older," she told the magazine, "It's a part of life. If you're not ageing, you're dead!".
The Anna Karenina actress has opened up about her belief that Hollywood has "a really long way to go" before women are given equal opportunities in the film industry. The 28-year-old actress is positive about the future however and that things are changing for the better. "I think it's great, what's happening at the moment" she told Harpers Bazaar. "I think it's great that the discussions are finally being allowed".
The singer has revealed in an interview with The Sun newspaper that he intends to have invasive beauty treatments in the future. "I am going to have everything done. I am going to have a facelift, the chin can go, liposuction." Williams went further, admitting that he's already tweaked his looks. "I’ve had a thatch done and I didn’t even need it. That’s the weirdest thing. I had three months off and got bored" he said.
The 'Marley And Me' actress has spoken candidly about getting older and thinks that people should get over the fact that she doesn't look like she did 25 years ago. "I’m going to be 60 next year. Sixty! And even I say to myself, 'Okay, we can’t pretend anymore here'" she said in an interview with Closer magazine. "You have to get to that place as a woman where you know your worth isn’t dependent on (appearance). I’m proud to have such a vibrant career. Acting’s never gotten tired for me."
The German model has recently bought not one but six trees for the holidays. When asked by People magazine the reason why, she said: "This year for the first time (children) each have their own tree in their room." The TV personality has recently purchased a huge mansion in the Bel Air area of Los Angeles and is clearly excited to decorate it accordingly.
The Spanish actress has revealed in an interview with Allure magazine that she finds breastfeeding 'addictive'. "I was breastfeeding my son (for) 13 months, and I plan to do the same with my daughter," she revealed. "It's hard when the day comes when you have to stop." Cruz has two children with her actor husband Javier Bardem: Leo and Luna.
He may have won Wimbledon this year, but Andy Murray still thinks he's boring - thanks to how he speaks. "No matter how excited I try to sound my voice always sounds boring – that's just my voice, I'm sorry," he said upon winning BBC Sports Personality Of The Year. "I'm very excited right now! Thank you very much everyone."
The 'Dear Darlin'' singer has revealed one of his career highlights - showering with 'Anchorman' actor Will Ferrell. "I met Will when we were doing Soccer Aid and I actually had a shower with him naked," said the 29-year-old singer. "It’s one of the highlights of my career, that I had a shower with Will Ferrell, it was a beautiful thing."
The retired footballer, who is father to boys Brooklyn Romeo, Cruz and two-year-old daughter Harper Seven, says he has told his sons not to get tattoos - to no avail. "They've already said they're having tattoos done. And I said, 'Well, be different, don't have any tattoos," he told Jonathan Ross. “And they said 'No, we're going to have one. We're going to have Mum and Dad.' So I can't really say no to that.”
The Prime Minister has been criticised for taking a selfie with Barack Obama and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt at the Mandela tribute in South Africa, but, he has explained, he was asked for one and felt he had to say yes to the request. "When a member of the Kinnock family asked me for a photograph, I thought it was only polite to say yes.", said Cameron. Thorning-Schmidt is in fact married to former Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock's son, Stephen.
The singer-turned-designer has revealed her Spice Girls nickname 'Posh' was a way of covering up her shyness. "I looked moody. But I wasn't!," Victoria tells Paris Vogue. "I was shy… I had to invent a character and I thought of that: staring at people and pouting." The fashionista has also opened up about the lasting effect of her days as a former popstar: "Nowdays it's like a barrier that comes back whenever I go out in public. That's the way fame has affected me."
The 23-year-old Oscar-winner has revealed that she feels nervous that she will lose her public support and her fans will turn against her: "I'm always aware of how quickly people can hate you and that scares me," the Hunger Games actress told MTV. "I never feel like I'm on top of it all. I just get more and more anxious."
The seven time Olympic medal winner has opened up about being awarded the incredible honour of a knighthood for his services to sport. The professional cyclist revealed he felt a little inferior to his fellow Sirs: "I was just talking to some of the other people getting stuff… and they're for historic things. I've won a bike race, you know, and I feel a little bit inferior to everyone." The winner of the Tour de France said he found it deeply "humbling" as he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.
The Hollywood actor has opened up about playing the iconic superhero role in the new Zack Snyder film: "The idea for the new Batman is to redefine him in a way that doesn't compete with Bale and Christopher Nolan's Batman." Affleck also credits his choice to take on the role with his disappointment with his previous superhero film 'Daredevil': The only movie I actually regret… it just kills me."
In an interview with the January issue of Marie Claire, out 17 December, the American singer has revealed that she's not quite thinking about having children yet. "I'm definitely not there yet, and I can't plan that far in advance. When I decide to have a family, I'll just want to be Mom for a little bit." Katy went on to reveal that ex husband Russell Brand was keen to become a father when they were married. "(He) really wanted me to have children, and I knew I wasn't ready. If I have a kid, then I would have to sacrifice. I'd have to be home more. I really wanted to, but I knew I wasn't ready for it. It wasn't like, 'Hey, let's have a kid because we're in love'".
In an interview with Parade Magazine, Aniston has revealed that she will direct a film in 2014. "I think I'm going to try at some point next year to direct a full-length feature, which I'm extremely excited about.", she said. The 'Horrible Bosses" star has directed some short films in the past.
The Olympic swimmer revealed on 'The Jonathan Ross Show' that when he met his current partner, thought to be American screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, it was 'love at first sight'. "I’d never felt like anything like it before.", said Daley, "we were at a party and I hadn’t even spoken to him all night. I didn’t know what to do or if he was gay at first." He also revealed that he was the one making the first move. "I typed 'call me' in his notes with a smiley face on this phone and the next day he texted. He makes me feel safe and happy, right now I couldn’t be happier."
The 52-year-old actor is constantly linked to high profile and beautiful women, however, it seems that the famed Hollywood lothario is still yet to find the one: "I haven't met her yet…" says the 'Gravity' actor when asked about the greatest love of his life by W Magazine. Nevertheless, the silver fox has revealed that when it comes to his type, it's classic glamour all the way: "When I was a kid, I was in love with Audrey Hepburn" he gushed. "I also loved Grace Kelly… when she comes out of the water in 'To Catch A Thief, I thought, "That's the most beautiful woman I've ever seen."" Picture: Yayoi Kusama/Wmag.com
She may be daddy's little princess, but it seems that little Harper is impressing her dad on as well as off the pitch. "Harper's skills are coming on pretty well" her doting daddy gushed at the premiere of his new movie 'Class of '92'. "We'll see if she wants to follow in my footsteps or not, she loves playing with the boys." Picture: Goff
The 19-year-old has spoken out in an emotional self-made Youtube video about his sexuality and the fact that he is now dating a man. After claiming he was left "angry and frustrated" when misquoted by an interviewer, the young diver decided to take matters into his own hands. The Olympic bronze medal winner tweeted the video and news to his almost two and a half million followers along with the message: "Got something I need to say... not been an easy decision to make, hope you can support me! :)"
The 37-year-old British actor is a global sex symbol, but even he harbours insecurities about his looks and ability to speak to women. In the past, the Sherlock Holmes actor has been romantically linked to a number of women, including actresses Liv Tyler, Alice Eve and a longterm on-off girlfriend Olivia Poulet. However, after the breakdown of his serious relationship with Poulet, Cumberbatch was clearly distraught: "I wish I could say it was having children" he told one journalist when asked of his greatest achievements "but I can't".
Whilst filming The Hunger Games: Catching Fire the 23-year-old actress reportedly burst into tears when she caught sight of a spider whilst filming on location. The Oscar-winning actress has a terrible fear of the eight-legged creepy crawlies: "Everybody tole me there were no spiders" she says "so when I saw three, I started crying." Lawrence admitted to the website Contactmusic that she's "an arachnophobic" and found filming in the Hawaiian jungle difficult.
The presenter opens up about how she's embracing getting older and how she has always had a healthy relationship with food. The 44-year-old credits her beautiful appearance with always wearing SPF and eating well: "I've protected my face from the sun as long as I can remember" she tells Metro. "I can't see myself changing the way I look. I don't want to look like an altered version of myself". When it comes to food the mother of two is also decidedly sensible: "Life is too short to deprive yourself of what you like".
Julia Roberts thinks 'The Hunger Games' star Jennifer Lawrence is too edgy to take her mantle as America's sweetheart. "I think she's fabulous, but she seems cooler than me," said the 46-year-old to MTV News. "Isn't she too cool to be [America's sweetheart]?" Now there's a backhanded compliment, if ever we heard one!
The 24-year-old actor has revealed he nearly dropped out of playing the boy wizard after third instalment 'The Prisoner Of Azkaban'. He told The Guardian: "By the third film, I thought, if there's a time to get out, it's now; there's still enough time for another actor to come in and establish himself." Then 14, Radcliffe knew he would miss his castmates too much, adding: "And actually there [weren't] many great parts out there for teenage boys, certainly not as good as Harry Potter!"
The Oscar-winner reveals that her children aren't impressed by her acting - and just want her to be herself around the house! "I try to perform bedtime stories, but my kids always say, 'Just do your mommy voice,'" she told The Hollywood Reporter.
Take That have revealed that they will be reuniting next Christmas. Gary Barlow has said that the pop band will be getting back together for a new album as well as a comeback tour, but hasn't yet confirmed whether or not Robbie Williams will be joining the band: "Obviously our meeting with Rob is in January and then we're just going to kick it off and take it until Christmas and tour the year after." he told Metro "So it's two big years for TT."
The 31-year-old musician has suffered criticism in the past from the media regarding her weight, but the singer has hit back now that she is pregnant: "Everybody calls me fat all the time" she told Parade magazine, "so I can't wait to have a reason, instead of everybody just being a jerk!". The 'Breakaway' singer recently tweeted the happy news that she's expecting her first child with husband Brandon Blackstock: "I'm pregnant!!! Brandon and I are so excited! Best early Christmas present ever :-)"
The 'Rock DJ' singer is his own harshest critic and has opened up about his concern that his young daughter might grow up and meet someone like him: "I'm worried she might meet someone like me" the entertainer fretted. ['Go Gentle' is about] what to do if she does."
The legendary pop icon has spoken frankly about the cult of the modern day celebrity and the obsession we hold with those in the public eye. The 'Candle in the wind' singer went for the no holes barred approached when has laid into the young stars of today, calling them: "vacuous, talentless, horror show that get paid millions of dollars for [nothing]". The music star went on to say: "I'm so sick of seeing celebrities on covers of magazines and on… reality shows…" adding in his CNN interview "it's disgusting".
The 55-year-old actress has had an extensive career in the entertainment business and says she understands well the difficulties women face trying to survive in Hollywood: The boundaries keep being pushed" she tells "In order to achieve shock value, you have to go to extremes these days."'The Fabulous Baker Boys' actress has certainly managed well and with her kids getting old she now has even more time to concentrate on her work and herself and she certainly seems to be enjoying the new sense of freedom: "I can walk around naked! That's kind of nice"
The pop princess has called a truce with her ex-husband after admitting that she shares equal blame for the break down of their marriage. The 29-year-old singer has opened up about her marriage to Russell Brand and the effect it's ending had on the writing of her new album 'Prism'. The 'Roar' singer has said: "It's really easy when relationships end to be like 'The guy was a douchebag.'" she told MTV "But really if you laid it down… you saw that you were in love."
Heart's Live Artist of the Year 2013 has opened up about family and the close relationship he shares with his little daughter Teddy: "I said: 'I love you' and baby girl went: 'I wove you'. Ouch." The 'Go Gentle' singer delighted the crowds when he spoke tenderly about Theodora Rose at Heart's exclusive gig on Tuesday 19: "That's all that matters now" he told the audience, "that has given me the gift of being contented, all I want to do is be her dad".
The Australian actress has opened up about her the breakdown of her marriage to Tom Cruise and her feelings of loneliness back in 2002, despite publicly appearing to be prospering with her Oscar award winning performance in her film 'The Hours'. The forty-six-year-old actress has admitted to feeling down and depressed: "[Winning an Oscar] can show you the emptiness in your own life" she told Harper's Bazaar magazine, "I was having professional success and my personal life was struggling."
No-one is questioning the 'Suit & Tie' singer's already prolific music career. But the Grammy Award winning star has revealed that he's not simply content with being an acknowledged pop and R&B artist. Justin has spoken to America's SiriumXM music station about his dreams of becoming a country music star: "I still got my eyes on a 'Best Country Album'" the singer admitted in an interview, "There's time for that."
The 38-year-old was emotional upon becoming the youngest ever recipient of the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian prize at the Governor Awards. "My family, my love, your love and support makes everything that I do possible," she gushed, before addressing her eldest son Maddox. "Mad, I'm not gonna cry I promise you… You and your brothers and your sisters are my happiness, and there is no greater honour in this world than being your mum."
The 'I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!' hosts admit then don't get sent the same kind of gifts they once did. "PJ and Duncan got kinky mail," Dec tells The Metro. "We got a lot of knickers in the post and raunchy letters, but not anymore," adds Ant. "I might start a plea for sexy knickers!"
The 'Skyfall' singer told 31-year-old Kelly not to have a child during a conversation at the Grammys earlier this year. Speaking to UsWeekly, the 'Stronger' singer revealed: "[Adele said] 'girl, don't have a baby 'cause everything else will go on the back burner. I'm living in babyland!'" Adele gave birth to her son Angelo on October 19 last year. Picure: Splash
The Duchess of Cornwall has admitted that buying presents for her "workaholic" husband is a nightmare as Prince Charles celebrates his 65th birthday. "I will tell you that he is the most difficult person in the world to buy a present for," she revealed in an interview during the couple's tour of India. "He is a man! They are hopeless! I spend ages trying to find something that is really wonderful and then [she mimes him opening a present] “Oh, thank you very much” [she uses a non-committal voice]. It is so annoying."
The 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' actress has revealed that she finds it impossible to control her diet. "Nothing can motivate me," she tells InStyle - not even the thought that her films "going to be around forever". "I thought, 'Oh definitely, I'll work out and diet.' But nope. Not me!" Clearly, her voluptuous curves are all natural!
The 'Notting Hill' actress has opened up about her feelings on fame and the importance of distancing oneself from all of the gossip and rumours. For Roberts, this includes not participating in social media which she likens to "cotton candy" due to it being "so appealing… but you just end up with sticky fingers and it lasted an instant". The 46-year-old actress also says that she will never Google herself and hits back at people who criticise her whilst hiding behind the anonymity of the internet: "I just feel like if you're really mad and you want to fight" she told Marie Claire "then put your dukes up." Picture: Cedric Buchet/Marie Claire
Her new film 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire', sees the 23-year-old actress cosying up to both co-stars Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson. However, the Oscar winning actress has shared her feelings on her romantic scenes with her fellow actors, suggesting that it's not her favourite part of the job! When quizzed by Metro on which of these handsome Hollywood stars she preferred kissing, Lawrence joked: "It was a lose, lose situation!".
He's a highly respected Hollywood actor, but now the 52-year-old 'Gravity' star has come out in a candid interview about his relationship with some of the other biggest names in the business. George Clooney has revealed how he holds Brad Pitt in high esteem, crediting him with "carrying" his recent film World War Z to the "finish line". The Tinseltown bachelor however, was less complimentary about fellow actors Russell Crowe and Leonardo DiCaprio, hitting back at Crowe for branding him a "sellout" and "a Frank Sinatra wannabe". Clooney also suggested that DiCaprio might not have sound guidance: It "made me think of how important it is to have someone in your life to tell you what's what" he told Esquire Magazine. "I'm not sure if Leo has that".
She's his biggest supporter, but it turns out Judy, mother of tennis star Andy Murray isn't always welcome at his sporting matches. The Wimbledon champion has revealed that he finds his mother's animated expressions off-putting while he plays. He said: "I watched the last game of Wimbledon a couple days after and my mum’s reactions after the points aren’t particularly helpful. Normally I do look up to members of my team but at that moment, in the final of Wimbledon, I wasn’t looking at anyone. I was literally just on the court, focusing."
The 'Silver Linings Playbook' actress has spoken out about the problems with being globally famous in a new interview. The 23-year-old, who is known for her down-to-earth attitude has confessed that she finds her new international status a problem when it comes to maintaining normal relationships with her friends and family: "There are obvious sacrifices with any job" she told Look Magazine. "But with this particular one, you're in a long-distance relationship with pretty much everybody in your life - your family, your friends."
David Beckham's close friendship with chef Gordon Ramsay has clearly had an effect on the former England football player. The father of four has professed to a love of cooking and it's a skill that he wants to brush up on. Whilst working for AC Milan the sportsman has revealed that he took weekly classes for six months with a professional chef in order to perfect his culinary skills: "I used to go there three times a week" Becks confessed. "I was obsessed with perfecting the risotto because it is difficult."
The third instalment of the 'Bridget Jones' film franchise is reportedly in jeopardy due to star Renee Zellweger's rocky relationship with the book's author Helen Fielding. An insider told The Mirror: "They didn’t really stay in touch after the last film, though Hugh, Colin and Helen all did and have a great working relationship. Everyone expected Helen to thank Renee [in new book 'Mad About The Boy'} but it wouldn’t have been sincere because they aren’t good friends. The main problem was that Helen, understandably, was very protective over the screenplay and how she saw the role of Bridget being played. But Renee had her own very definite views. There was simply a clash of working personalities.”
The former 'Friends' star has admitted to going under the knife at the age of 16. "I went from, in my mind, hideous to not hideous," she told The Saturday Evening Post. Up until that point, says Lisa, she had been bullied at school: ""It was just mean. And all of junior high felt upside down to me. It was not, like, the nice people who were popular; it wasn't the entertaining people - it was the meanest people who were popular." Picture: Seth Year Book
Kim Kardashian is set to become Mrs. West when she marries her fiance Kanye. When E! News asked the 33-year-old reality TV star, she answered: "Yeah, I will [change my name]. It'll be Kim Kardashian West." Kim and Kanye recently became engaged and are to tie the knot next year.
The Hollywood actor has reportedly moved away from more typical methods of washing and decided to stop using soap. Pitt has apparently swapped the shower gel for lemons and vinegar due to his belief that they are better for the environment. The change is rumoured to have not gone down to well with the 'World War Z' actor's fiancée however, as a source reveals that Angelina now thinks that her partner smells "like a sheepdog" since the transition.
The actress's former husband, Oscar winner Billy Bob Thornton, has revealed to The Sun that Jolie was jealous when he had to film racy scenes with Halle Berry for the film 'Monster's Ball'. "She is one of the most beautiful women in the world and I am talking on the phone to my wife, (Angelina) and she says: 'What have you been doing today?'" said the actor. "Oh, I did that sex scene with Halle Berry." You are then asked if you actually touched her. I say: 'I had to - it's in the scene.'"
The 26-year-old has divulged that she will take Mark Wright's name when the cute couple tie the knot. "I am quite traditional, so I'll take Mark's surname and we'd like to get married in a church," she told Hello! magazine. Michelle also admitted she didn't think her Heart presenter fiancé was being serious at first: "I thought he was joking at first and then he said 'come here'. I started crying, and said yes, and then he started welling up as well. Then as we walked further down the beach I saw a table set up with lanterns and petals, and with two glasses of champagne."
Essex-born Olly Murs may be a heartthrob, but the Heart Skips A Beat singer admits he's far from perfect. "I have got such a stinky feet problem," he told The Daily Star. "I have to apologise if anyone goes to sit near me when I travel. It’s that bad..." Picture: Dereck Bremner
The Forrest Gump actor has revealed that he suffers from type 2 diabetes. What is more, Hanks career choices may have contributed to the worsening of his condition. The 57-year-old actor has often had to change weight in order to adapt to different film roles. In his 2000 film Cast Away, Hanks had to lose a great deal of weight for his character Chuck Noland to be believable as a man stranded on a desolate island.
When asked in an interview with Extra what the secret of his marriage to actress Rita Wilson is, Tom Hanks said:"I got lucky...no secrets. (Marriage is) about winning the lottery. She could've done better, but man oh man, I'm no dope. I'm sticking with her." Hanks and Wilson have been married for 25 years and have two children.
The feisty TV personality certainly doesn't miss working with Simon Cowell by the sound of things. Mrs Osbourne has opened up to the Metro newspaper about her dislike of seeing the face of the music manager whenever he appears on her box set. Cowell is currently working across the pond the America, but this fact doesn't seem to be upsetting Sharon too much. When asked if she missed the music mogul, Mrs Osbourne responded: "Don’t be ridiculous.”
Jennifer Lopez may be one of the biggest pop stars on the planet - but the Latino beauty admits she struggled with confidence in her own ability for years. She tells Cosmopolitan: "The biggest insecurity I had was my singing… Even though I had sold 70 million records, there was this feeling like, I’m not good at this. And while I was married to Marc, he helped me get over it. He kept telling me, ‘You’re the only one holding yourself back from reaching your full potential as a singer. You have to let go." Picture: Matthias Vriens-McGrath/Cosmoplitan Magazine. The full interview appears in the November issue of Cosmopolitan, on sale 3rd October. Also available in digital edition on Apple Newsstand.
Daniel Radcliffe says he still feels like he has to prove he's a good actor after starring in the Harry Potter films. The 24-year-old told the New York Times: ""I have a massive chip on my shoulder. When you fall into something at age 11 and get paid incredible amounts of money for your entire teenage years for doing a job anyone would want, there is a part of you that thinks everybody is just saying, 'He got there because he fell into it; he's not really an actor'."
Scarlett Johansson has opened to Interview magazine about her beginnings as a child actor. "There was someone in my older brother’s class who was doing some commercials and theater, so my mom took me to that kids agent because I loved musicals. They didn’t want me though. I was devastated. I thought it was the end of my career… and that’s when I realised that by crying I could get whatever I wanted." The actress went on to reveal why she was often rejected at auditions: "I was always terrible at commercials because my voice was so deep. At the age of nine, I sounded like a whiskey-drinking, chain-smoking fool. Wasn’t going to sell Jell-O with that voice".
Spoiler alert! Ahead of next month's Mad About The Boy, the latest volume of Bridget Jones' diaries, author Helen Fielding has revealed some awful news. Jones married Mark Darcy after his proposal at the end of the last book, The Edge of Reason, and the couple had two children together - before Darcy passed away. Bridget and Mark were played by Renee Zellwegger and Colin Firth in the hugely successful film adaptations of the novels.
Jennifer Lawrence has revealed that she's been put under pressure to lose weight since her Oscar win this year - but she won't be going on a diet any time soon. "Somebody told me I was fat, that I was going to get fired if I didn't lose a certain amount of weight. They brought in pictures of me where I was basically naked, and told me to use them as motivation for my diet," she tells Harper's Bazaar. "I was hurt. It doesn't matter what accolades you get. I know it'll never happen to me again. If anybody even tries to whisper the word 'diet', I'm like, 'You can go f**k yourself.'"
Katy Perry has revealed that writing music was cathartic after Russell Brand texted her wanting a divorce. 'I can only write autobiographically. I put all the evidence in the music,' she told Billboard. 'I tell my fans if they want to know the real truth about stuff, just listen to the songs.'
Justin Timberlake made the revelation in an interview with CNN's New Day show. "I had imaginary friends, I was weird.", said the Mirrors star. "I grew up in a small town, and I definitely felt like I was an individual, always.I grew up an only child and I'm always kind of like-you know, when you grow up that way, it's like you get all the perks, but you also get all the responsibility. Like there's no one else to blame the vase getting broken on."
He may be worth an estimated £225million, but Simon Cowell has revealed to Esquire magazine he won't be leaving his fortune to his unborn son. "I'm going to leave my money to somebody. A charity, probably - kids and dogs. I don't believe in passing on from one generation to another. Your legacy has to be that hopefully you gave enough people an opportunity, so that they could do well, and you gave them your time, taught them what you know."
The star may be known for her outrageous wigs and costumes, but it seems Cher likes nothing more than wearing sweats. "(My look) is put together by five people in two hours," the singer has revealed to Daybreak. "At home I don’t care about makeup, I don’t care about clothes, I just bum around in fabulous old neon workout clothes." Who knew!
"I haven't always been healthy. When I was in my 20s I smoked two packs of cigarettes a day" says the stunning 55 year old actress in an interview in the Ladies Home Journal. "I lived on Marlboro Lights and Coca-Cola." Pfeiffer has however changed her ways and has now become a healthy vegan - and it shows! She's simply beautiful!
Nicole Scherzinger has opened up about her split with the F1 driver, claiming she is just like any other woman when it comes to a painful breakup: "I’m just like every other woman, I’ve had a blanket of tissues over me many a night." the 35-year-old told Glamour magazine. I "Ordered a random, ginormous pizza for myself."
Daniel Craig says his final James Bond movie will hark back to the iconic MI5 spy's sense of humour. "Hopefully we'll reclaim some of the old irony," he told Vulture, "and make sure it doesn't become pastiche." However, the 45-year-old actor admits that jokes aren't his strong point: "I sometimes wish I hammed it up more, but I just can't do it very well, so I don't do it." Picture: Sony
Not your typical 'footballer's wife', the matriarch of the Beckham clan is a self-professed workaholic! The singer-turned-designer has recently opened up about her plans to conquer the fashion world and expand her already formidable fashion empire. As she revealed to the New York Times, Victoria only wants this to get "bigger and bigger", and also says that she is more suited to and feels more comfortable with life in the States.
Despite insisting that she's a normal mum whose family leads a typical life, Victoria Beckham has admitted that she hires a personal chef to cook breakfast, lunch and dinner for her troop three times a week. The Spice Girl turned fashion designer also told Vogue Australia that her chef cooks meals for the rest of the week which are then kept in the Beckham freezer. Despite help from friends Gordon Ramsay and his wife Tana, Victoria admits she's still a "hopeless" cook and that between her 6am starts, 75-minute daily workouts, the school run and her day job of running her VB fashion line, there's little time for the kitchen. "I don’t want people to think I’m moaning. I wake up every morning and think how lucky I am. Some days are better than others, but right now I feel guilty because I’m working instead of putting Harper to sleep."
The Girls Aloud star who recently turned 30 has admitted in an interview with Hello! magazine that saying goodbye to her twenties "felt like a sigh of relief". The decade saw Cheryl reach global success as a member of Girls Aloud and forge a successful solo career, but also saw her divorce footballer Ashley Cole after a series of cheating claims, hospitalised with malaria and later sacked from the US version of The X Factor. "(My twenties) were amazing – don’t get me wrong – and I’ve crammed so much in, but...I can just breathe now and not worry about life any more," the L'Oreal model went on. "The good, the bad and the ugly … it’s all character-building and makes the woman you are. I feel my mentality has changed. I feel calmer and more centred; I feel settled. I'm a grown-up woman now – it’s official!"
It might have made her a personal fortune of $125 million, but as far as its author Stephenie Meyer is concerned the Twilight saga is "not a happy place to be". Talking to Variety, the author whose films made household names of Robert Pattinson and his ex girlfriend Kristen Stewart, said: "I get further away every day. I am so over it." Asked whether she would complete the saga with one final outing, she replied: "Not completely. What I would probably do is three paragraphs on my blog saying which of the characters died." These days, she said, she's just enjoying time with her family as well as working at her production company.
The New Adventures Of Superman star and former Bond Girl has admitted that when she won the role of Susan in Desperate Housewives, her career was all but over and she "couldn't have been a bigger has been!". Currently promoting her role as Dottie the forklift truck in the animated Disney movie Planes, the actress is sanguine about becoming a has been once more, saying "You wouldn't have thought I could go from being Lois Lane to something equally iconic like (Susan Delfino in) Desperate Housewives, so is there a third one? I couldn't even imagine, but maybe...". The actress also spoke about finally accepting herself for who she is when she reached 46, when she decided to have the Latin words for "I am enough" tattooed on her left foot.
She might be a household name and million dollar-earning singer, songwriter and award winner, but Taylor Swift still hankers after a good old fashioned college degree, telling Marie Claire that "somehow, someway" it's on her bucket list of things to achieve. She also confessed that she hangs her Grammy nominee medal on her fridge along with magnets from places she's been. Asked to divulge her secret fears, Taylor rattled off five: sea urchins, Googling myself, earwigs, cynics and getting arrested. Will Ferrell would be among her ideal dinner party guests along with comedian Conan O'Brien and US food presenter Ina Garten.
The actress admitted during an interview with ABC News that she is fed up of journalists probing her about her plans to start a family with fiancé Justin Theroux. "Oh, if I was to have a child how many kids do I want?" And "do I want a boy or a girl?" She added: "I didn't realise you could place orders! I honestly didn't realise it was like a drive-through, that you could talk to a little electronic voice." Despite these frustrations, the Friends actress insisted he is "so content and happy" with her friends and "truly amazing partner".
Comedian, actor, author and charity campaigner David Walliams has told the Radio Times magazine that he believes sexuality "can change over the years" and that gender is irrelevant when it comes to falling in love: "I think it's all about falling in love with the person. So it is about the person but I also think it goes beyond that. You don't just fall in love with someone's body, do you? You fall in love with someone's soul and heart and brain." The Britain’s Got Talent judge, who in May 2013 became a first time father to a baby boy with supermodel wife Lara Stone, had previously said that he had “very confusing” gay experiences as a child and went on to suffer depressive episodes which led to suicide attempts, but told the magazine that his life was now “in a different place”. He went on to credit problems in his childhood with creative success in his adult life: "I think that being a little bit of an outsider is actually quite helpful. Creative imagination is formed when you're on your own a lot and not so much if you're out all day playing football and having fun with your friends. So I think those formative experiences are good and also I don't think you can expect them all to be happy. Life is full of pain and as a child you feel it because you are powerless and so you feel those things very intensely. You feel trapped because so many things are decided for you."
The reality TV star and member of one of the most famous celebrity families, the Osbournes, Kelly has told the September 2013 edition of Cosmopolitan how her mother one locked her in a padded cell in a desperate attempt to help her overcome her battle with drugs: "I’ve been to rehab seven times and to two mental institutions. My mum even had me put in a padded cell once to scare me, but like a brat I just sat it out until she said, 'Well, that’s not going to work'. "But what I’ve learnt is that no amount of therapy or medication is going to work unless you want it to. Until you want to be a good person, you will never be one." Kelly, who in 2013 became engaged to fiancé Matthew Mosshart who she met at Kate Moss’ wedding to Jamie Hince in 2011, admitted that it was her mother’s diagnosis with cancer that made her clean up her act.