Rita Ora fires back after being accused of affair with Jay-Z

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Sunday, January 06, 2013

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After being accused of cheating by her ex, Rob Kardashian, Rita Ora has taken to Twitter to once again defend herself against claims she slept with her mentor Jay-Z. The extramarital accusations were tweeted at the 22-year-old singer by Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan on Wednesday. "I've been told to say that Rita Ora has been ALLEGEDLY bukin jay z! I repeat ALLEDGELY [sic]," the reality star tweeted. "Apparently beyonce is denying claims... But if I gt cheated on I'd also deny it #embarrassing," the flame-haired Hagan wrote before deleting her posts. The How We Do singer, who has been on holiday in Dubai, quickly responded in a series of tweets that were also later removed from her feed. "I stayed silent on one bulls**t rumour but this one I have to speak."

Hagan later hit back, taking pride in her "z-list" status: "You are all thick if u think just because someone's absolutely stunning they won't get cheated on...Cheryl cole? No relationship is perfect." She continued: "Oooopsy getting told off don't shoot the messenger! Of course I'm only a Z-list why would anyone care what I say ;)" "I only tweeted what I'd seen of lots of other people, I didn't call anyone anything, there is no need for death threats though that's sick."

Rita was signed to Jay-Z's label Roc Nation over four years ago, when she was just 18, and frequently hung out with the rapper's wife Beyonce´.

— Daily Mail

Adele's album is named biggest seller in the US

She may have taken time out of the limelight to concentrate on starting a family. But nothing, it seems, can stop the success of Adele's album 21, which once again is the best-selling release in the US. It is the first time an album has topped sales for two years running for almost 30 years, as her second album continues to shift huge quantities. The hugely successful album, which includes the songs Someone Like You and Rolling in the Deep, sold 4.4-million copies in the last year, while it shifted 5.8 million in 2011. This feat hasn't been achieved since Michael Jackson's Thriller was a best-seller in both 1983 and 1984. Adele led the way in a year of amazing success in the US for British artistes, with four of the top six biggest-selling albums of 2012 being by UK performers.

— Daily Mail

Kerry Washington stands out in bizarre peplum dress

As the only female on the Django Unchained publicity tour of Europe, Kerry Washington doesn't need to try too hard to stand out from the crowd. However, at the Rome photo-call for the film last Thursday, the stunning actress went the extra mile in a very quirky dress. The 35-year-old showed off a hint of flesh in the cut-out top of the fitted black, white and blue Peter Pilotto dress, which features a ruffled lime green peplum detail around the waist and the hemline. With such a unique dress, she opted for toned-down accessories with blue high heels and grey eyeliner as she joined her co-stars at the Hassler Hotel.

— Daily Mail





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