More sad details surrounding the tragic death of Amy Winehouse – the 27-year-old singer reportedly got engaged to her film director boyfriend Reg Traviss just weeks before she passed away.
According to reports Amy was desperate to put her wild ways behind her and settle down after Reg presented her with a diamond ring,
"Reg asked Amy and of course she said 'Yes'. She loved him.” A source tells The Sun
"She wanted nothing more than to be his wife and to start a family with him. She wanted to get rid of her demons so badly. They openly said they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together. They both thought the absolute world of each other."
Since Amy was found dead in her Camden home Reg, 35, has been seen in mourning with the Winehouse family, "Reg has been with the family every day since. It was clear to see their relationship was genuine. It has made the last week all the more painful for Reg. He wanted to spend the rest of his life with her."
If you planned on leaving your house between August and December, you might want to re-think, because X Factor bosses are planning on airing monster-sized shows. Meaning we’re going to glued to our sofas for the foreseeable future.
It’s thought that the X Factor producers are planning to screen special three-hour long episodes of the Reality talent show,
“The feeling is that the audience can’t get enough of the show and extending the programmes again seems the natural next step,” an insider tell The Mirror.
“The idea is simple. More X Factor will mean more viewers, more advertising space, more telephone votes and, ultimately, more revenue. The final details are still being ironed out but there will definitely be more X Factor on screen this year than has ever been seen before. There are going to be longer shows and, hopefully, more of them.”
Our bottom already feels slightly numb at the thought of three hours spent watching The X Factor, but we like the idea of extra long episodes.
Former Atomic Kitten star LizMcClarnon has revealed that an Internet pest is stalking her – and that the stalker also harasses her female fans online.
The web weirdo – who Liz only briefly met once – uses Internet forums and Twitter to send explicit and threatening messages. When he’s banned or blocked he then contacts Liz directly, “The first time he wrote something sexual it made me feel really uncomfortable and angry.” Liz told The Sun.
“He was blocked but kept coming back. He sent me a message asking why I kept blocking him and the things he wanted to do to me.I know what he's been saying to young girls. I don't think anyone should have to go through that. My mum was a rape counsellor. When the messages became sexual, I knew it was serious. When the messages allude to things that are illegal you have to stand up and put a stop to it. Blocking him and saying, 'This is wrong' is the best thing I can do."