‘I’ve tried Botox’

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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

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She may have sparked speculation over her never-ending youthful looks, while sometimes her more 'frozen' features have caused rumours she could be undergoing cosmetic procedures.

But now Nicole Kidman has spoken out to insist she is currently completely natural — although she has tried Botox before and disliked the outcome.

She told Italian newspaper La Repubblica: "No surgery for me; I did try Botox, unfortunately, but I got out of it and now I can finally move my face again."

Nicole can soon be seen in Park Chan-wook's psychological horror film Stoker in which she portrays Evelyn Stoker, a mother who is jealous of her daughter India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska). The Hollywood star — who also has two children Isabella, 20, and 17-year-old Connor, with her ex-husband Tom Cruise — admits it was tough to play the character because her love for her kids is so strong.

— Daily Mail

Chris Brown sporting cast on hand

A sullen-looking Chris Brown, sporting a cast on his right hand, is seen here for the first time since his alleged brawl with gay rapper Frank Ocean.

The 23-year-old artiste, known for his fiery temper, was pictured leaving his Hollywood home, just days after the well-publicised brawl between himself and Ocean outside a Los Angeles recording studio.

Apparently the fight stemmed from the studio's 'parking hierarchy', with the biggest acts taking the better spots. Witnesses claim Chris, was responsible for throwing the first punch.

An eyewitness at the scene has also alleged the bad boy singer lost the plot in the car park of Los Angeles' Westlake Recording Studios on Sunday after his rival refused to shake his hand.

According to TMZ, the Sweet Life star laughed at the gesture, which angered Brown so much he lashed out.

The fight spiralled out of control, with six men getting involved as it moved to the lobby of the studio, and the source said: "They managed to break almost everything in the room and scare all of the staff members working." After the brawl, Frank waited around for the police and told them he had been 'blindsided'.

However, Chris insists he did nothing wrong and wants to talk to the police to give his own version of events, according to TMZ.com.

— Daily Mail

Inside the crazy life of Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has given a fascinating glimpse at her crazy world after lashing out at a former assistant who is suing her for nearly $400,000 for unpaid overtime.

The Poker Face singer branded Jennifer O'Neill a 'f****** hood rat who is suing me for money she didn't earn" during six hours of questioning at a Midtown Manhattan law office.

As she painted a picture of boozy, caviarfilled bashes — which left her 's**t hammered, crawling and screaming on the streets of Paris' at 5:00 am — Gaga insisted her former assistant had slept in Egyptian cotton sheets and travelled the world on a private jet, ranting: "She's just — she thinks she's just like the queen of the universe.

'And, you know what, she didn't want to be a slave to one, because in my work and what I do, I'm the queen of the universe every day."

The eccentric singer who now has two personal assistants, added: "I can't walk down the street and go buy myself toiletries, I have to call security, I've got to call Jen or now I got to call Wendi, I've got to get a whole bunch of people together to help me fix the problem, which wouldn't happen if she was doing her job properly on regular days."

Sources also claim that Gaga's camp have already failed to hand over emails which could help O'Neill's case, in discovery before the suit, and are now facing sanctions over this. This could see them face a financial fine and also be banned from presenting parts of their case.

— Daily Mail





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