News archive from 1 March 2012, page 8

CLOONEY: 'I DON'T CARE IF PEOPLE THINK I'M GAY'

CLOONEY: 'I DON'T CARE IF PEOPLE THINK I'M GAY'

Longtime bachelor GEORGE CLOONEY refuses to be insulted by rumours about his sexuality because he insists there's no shame in 'coming out'. The Descendants star's sexual orientation has been questioned by gossips for decades, despite his many...

 
TATUM O'NEAL SEEKING 'PAINKILLER SUPERVISION'

TATUM O'NEAL SEEKING 'PAINKILLER SUPERVISION'

A representative for embattled actress TATUM O'NEAL has clarified reports she's checked into a drug rehab centre - the star is actually seeking supervision for painkiller use following back surgery. Rumours surfaced on Wednesday morning (29Feb12)...

 
KUNIS IN TALKS TO PLAY JACKIE KENNEDY

KUNIS IN TALKS TO PLAY JACKIE KENNEDY

Actress MILA KUNIS is in talks to portray JACKIE KENNEDY in a new movie. Precious director Lee Daniels has written a new screenplay called The Butler, about black staffer Eugene Allen who served in the White House for 34 years, waiting on eight...

 
AFFLECK AND GARNER NAME NEWBORN SAMUEL

AFFLECK AND GARNER NAME NEWBORN SAMUEL

BEN AFFLECK and JENNIFER GARNER have named their newborn son Samuel. The actress was reported to have given birth to the couple's third child in Santa Monica, California on Tuesday (28Feb12), but Affleck reveals the Hollywood couple actually became...

 
MICHELE AND MONTEITH SPEND A ROMANTIC WEEKEND IN VANCOUVER

MICHELE AND MONTEITH SPEND A ROMANTIC WEEKEND IN VANCOUVER

Actor/singer LEA MICHELE's romance with GLEE co-star CORY MONTEITH appears to be heating up - the new couple has just returned to Los Angeles from a romantic weekend in his native Vancouver, Canada. Michele and Monteith, who play lovers on the hit...

 
FROST: 'PHONE HACKING MADE ME DISTRUST LAW'

FROST: 'PHONE HACKING MADE ME DISTRUST LAW'

Actress SADIE FROST has opened up about the phone hacking ordeal that turned her divorce battle with JUDE LAW into a living hell, insisting the pair stopped trusting each other when they were targeted by a tabloid. Law sued for breach of privacy and...

 
HEIGL CHALLENGES UTAH BILL TO OUTLAW FACTORY FARM FILMING

HEIGL CHALLENGES UTAH BILL TO OUTLAW FACTORY FARM FILMING

Actress KATHERINE HEIGL has launched a campaign aimed at halting legislation in her adopted Utah, which will ban animal rights organisations from filming undercover in the state's factory farms. Heigl, who wed singer Josh Kelley in Utah and owns a...

 
GAGA LAUNCHES BORN THIS WAY FOUNDATION

GAGA LAUNCHES BORN THIS WAY FOUNDATION

Pop star LADY GAGA marked the official launch of her new charity foundation at Harvard University on Wednesday (29Feb12). The Bad Romance hitmaker was mobbed by dozens of fans as she arrived at the prestigious Massachusetts school to celebrate her...

 
FLORENCE A DOUBLE WINNER AT NME AWARDS AS ADELE LOSES OUT

FLORENCE A DOUBLE WINNER AT NME AWARDS AS ADELE LOSES OUT

FLORENCE WELCH and her FLORENCE + THE MACHINE bandmates have ended ADELE's accolades haul with a double win at the NME Awards in London on Wednesday (29Feb12). Welch and her band beat the multiple Grammy and Brits award winner to the Best Solo...

 
THE MONKEES PAY TRIBUTE TO LATE JONES

THE MONKEES PAY TRIBUTE TO LATE JONES

DAVY JONES' THE MONKEES bandmate MICKY DOLENZ had an eerie premonition that Wednesday (29Feb12) would be a terrible day after suffering bad dreams "all night long". The group's frontman died early on Wednesday after suffering a massive...

 
FIFA launch investigation as Taylor's Bahrain win crucial World Cup qualifier 10-0

FIFA launch investigation as Taylor's Bahrain win crucial World Cup qualifier 10-0

FIFA have announced that they will open a 'routine' investigation into Bahrain's 10-0 win over Indonesia in a World Cup qualifier on Wednesday night. The side managed by Peter Taylor, former England international and one-time caretaker manager of the...

Daily Mail, 11:44 in Sport
 
Warning over Google privacy changes

Warning over Google privacy changes

Civil rights campaigners have warned that people are "in the dark" about how Google's new privacy policy could affect them. The policy has come into effect on Thursday, despite warnings it might violate the European Union's data protection...

 

U.N. war crimes court rules on Taylor on April 26

Prosecutors at the Special Court for Sierra Leone accused Taylor, 63, of running a "blood diamond" trade, using profits from the sale of precious stones to buy weapons and enrich himself. The court hearings, which included testimony from...

 
WE MUST CUT OUT ERRORS - BEST

WE MUST CUT OUT ERRORS - BEST

Ulster hooker Rory Best believes Ireland must impose their will on France if they are to have any chance of recording a rare successful visit to Paris. Only victory in Sunday's rescheduled RBS 6 Nations clash at the Stade de France will be sufficient...

Daily Star, 12:05 in Sport
 

Using The Force: Star Wars Boosts Lego

Star Wars and Harry Potter Lego products have helped the toy company record a sharp rise in profits. Lego says its licensed goods were the driving force behind earnings of £484m in 2011 - up from £428m the previous year. The performance would have...

 


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