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Kelly Rowland in tears after birthday lunch with Beyonce?

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Thursday, February 14, 2013    

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She was celebrating her birthday with best friend and superstar Beyonce but soon after Rowland's joy turned to pain.

The singer was seen in floods of tears outside Gjelina Restaurant on trendy Abbott Kinney Boulevard in the Venice area after her birthday lunch.

It's unclear what caused the upset, but Rowland suddenly appeared overwhelmed by her emotions as sobbed away in the street in LA.

The star wiped away her tears after dining with former Destiny's Child band mate Beyonce Knowles, her rapper husband Jay-Z and sister Solange Knowles.

As she stood on the side of the road with a friend keeping a watchful eye over her, it was difficult not to notice the vocalist, who donned a bright red top with three-quarter length black and white trousers.

She teamed it with a black cardigan and gold drop earrings as well as a chunky bangle and clutch bag.

— Daily Mail

Lady Gaga postpones Monster Ball

Heartsick' Lady Gaga has postponed part of her Monster Ball Tour after revealing she is unable to walk because of a serious injury.

The 26-year-old said she was heartsick about letting her fans down, admitting she had been trying to hide her injury and chronic pain from fans.

She posted a message on her Facebook page on Tuesday explaining she was suffering synovitis (a severe inflammation of joints) and has been forced to cancel four dates.

She wrote: 'I've been praying it would heal. I hid it from my staff, I didn't want to disappoint my amazing fans. However after last night's performance I could not walk and still can't.'

She added: 'To the fans in Chicago Detroit & Hamilton I hope you can forgive me, as it is nearly impossible for me to forgive myself. I'm devastated & sad. It will hopefully heal as soon as possible, I hate this. I hate this so much. I love you and I'm sorry.'

Tuesday and Wednesday night's concerts in Chicago were postponed along with Saturday and Sunday's shows in Detroit and Hamilton respectively.

The website states that additional concerts are set to go ahead as planned.

— Daily Mail

Antonio Banderas uses smile to promote fresh breath

Surely, there is nobody better suited to show off the benefits of keeping teeth clean and healthy than Antonio Banderas.

The gorgeous Hollywood actor has filmed a hilarious new advert in which he breaks up with junk food.

The 52-year-old Spaniard stars in a new television commercial for Wrigley's Extra sugarfree gum and clearly had a ball filming it.

The advert, entitled Break Up With Lingering Food, sees Banderas speaking candidly to a collection of animated and mischievous food characters.

The break up is ironically set to air on Valentine's Day, and will encourage consumers to chew Extra gum after eating food in order to break-up with food that lingers in the mouth.

As a star of Puss in Boots and Shrek 2, Antonio is more than used to working with animation and the behind-the-scenes footage shows just how much fun he had talking to a doughnut.

Opening in a restaurant viewers see the Desperado star finishing off a meal when he detects a hint of food lingering in his mouth.

— Daily Mail

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