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  • Liam Gallagher releases Greedy Soul

    Liam Gallagher releases Greedy Soul Liam Gallagher has released 'Greedy Soul' from his debut solo LP 'As You Were'. The former Oasis frontman performed the song live on 'Later... With Jools Holland' earlier this week, and the fourth single from the record is now available to stream on Spotify and purchase on iTunes. After performing the track on the BBC Two music show, the 45-year-old rocker took to Twitter to reveal legendary songwriter Jimmy Webb told him the lyric, "And it's a long way down, when you're the wrong way round", is "one of the finest lyrics". Liam wrote: "Jimmy Webb said tnight that it's along way down when your the wrong way round was 1 of the fine…
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  • Kathy Bates warned cancer diagnoses would affect career

    Kathy Bates warned cancer diagnoses would affect career Kathy Bates was warned her cancer diagnoses could affect her career. The 69-year-old actress has battled both ovarian and breast cancer in the past, and has admitted in 2003 when she was diagnosed with the ovarian strain of the disease, she was told to keep it a secret or she could risk losing out on job opportunities. She said: "Back in 2003, when I had ovarian cancer, my agent told me not to tell anyone about it. Even my gynaecologist, whose husband worked in the business, warned that I shouldn't come out with it because of the stigma in Hollywood. So I was very careful." But the 'American Horror Story' star had a change of heart wh…
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  • David Gandy to move away from modelling

    David Gandy to move away from modelling David Gandy wants move away from modelling. The 37-year-old model - who joined forces with Marks and Spencer to design his own range in 2014 - has admitted he has started to "slowly" move away from working in front of the camera and has taken on a more behind the scenes role, in order to allow other models to "take the limelight". When asked by Notebook magazine what he would do when it's time to stop modelling, David said: "I'm slowly coming away from modelling anyway and moving behind the camera. I'm loyal to the brands I'm working with, but it's time for other guys to take the limelight. Hopefully I've set the platform for …
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  • Kesha recalls Jerry Seinfeld hug embarrassment

    Kesha recalls Jerry Seinfeld hug embarrassment Kesha felt like she was "five years old" when she was denied a hug by Jerry Seinfeld. The 30-year-old singer was beyond embarrassed when a clip of her attempting to hug the 'Seinfeld' star went viral last month, and now said she "should have known better" than to approach the comedian, as she's seen the episode of his sitcom in which he becomes uncomfortable about being embraced. Speaking on SiriusXM, Kesha said: "I felt like I was five years old. I instantly was like, 'Oh f**k me.' And I like somehow ended up in my very own mini-episode of 'Seinfeld' for like five seconds. "I've seen every episode a thousand times. I used to carry …
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  • Ariana Grande, Coldplay and Justin Bieber for Manchester benefit concert

    Ariana Grande, Coldplay and Justin Bieber for Manchester benefit concert Ariana Grande will be joined by Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and more at a benefit concert on Sunday (04.06.17) for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack. Pharrell Williams, Take That, Niall Horan, Miley Cyrus and Usher have also been confirmed for the event, which will be held at the northern city's Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground, and is being organised by Live Nation. All profits made from tickets will go to the victims of the atrocity at Manchester Arena on May 22 at Ariana's 'Dangerous Woman Tour' concert, which saw an explosion in the foyer of the venue kill 22 people and injure over 50. The organisers said:…
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