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British actress Dame Helen Mirren has lashed out at Hollywood directors for casting British actors as villains.
The 64-year-old Academy award winner suggested a wider range of roles would help Americans learn that Britons aren”t ‘just the royal family’.
She also said that her British colleagues were an ‘easy target.’
””I think it’’s rather unfortunate that the […] Continue reading Dame Helen Mirren slams Hollywood for casting Britons as villains

Socialite Kim Kardashian has given hope to her male fans in Sydney, who are interested in dating or marrying her.
Kardashian, 29, was asked in an exclusive blog with readers of the Daily Telegraph from Melbourne, if she would consider dating a “non-celeb”, and possibly a “handsome boy from Bondi?”
“Of course! Bring it on!” News.com.au quoted […] Continue reading Kim Kardashian says she wouldn”t mind dating “handsome boy from Bondi”

Kurt Cobain’s wife Courtney Love has admitted that she considered committing suicide earlier this month.
The singer said that she went into a deep depression a few weeks ago and wanted to jump out of a window and die.
The disclosure by Love sent fans into a shock because two months ago the 45-year-old singer had […] Continue reading Courtney Love contemplated suicide earlier this month

‘Poker Face’ singer Lady Gaga is said to be recording tracks for her next album in a mini studio on her tour bus.
Gaga, 24, is currently travelling the world with her Monster Ball tour, and according to R ‘n’ B singer Akon, who signed her to his KonLive label in 2007, she has not stopped […] Continue reading Lady Gaga recording tracks on tour bus

Sir Paul McCartney has given a rude shock to former music bosses at EMI by deciding to release his back catalogue through an independent record label.
The former Beatle was previously under a contract to release post-Beatles material through EMI Group, but ended his relationship with the company in 2008.
And now he has given the rights […] Continue reading Macca dumps EMI, to release back catalogue via independent label