Harry Styles has been enjoying being 18 so far, his birthday was only a few days ago but he’s not wasting a single moment not going out. Harry spent Saturday night at a boozy dinner in Shoreditch House in east London with Pixie Geldof at a party organised by his new BFF Nick Grimshaw.
A source told The Sun: "Harry has become big mates with Nick and was invited out with some of his Primrose Hill pals. He'd only been back from America for a couple of days but still fancied a night out.
"He wanted to carry on his birthday celebration and he knew that with this lot he'd have an interesting time."
What we want to know is where the rest of One Direction boys were. Did anyone spot them out?
Bonus Harry Fact: Peaches Geldof asked for Harry’s phone number a few months ago, he handed it over, but he gave her a fake one. Ouch. We wonder if Pixie and Harry talked about that over dinner.
Amanda Holden has posted a lovely picture of the newest edition to her family with Chris Hughes. In the heart warming picture Hollie Rose is being held by her older sister Lexi while the whole family beams with pride.
A friend said last night: "Amanda wanted to release a happy picture to say, 'Don't worry, I'm back, I'm well again'.
"She's blown away by all the love and warm wishes from people. She had major complications with the birth and needed several transfusions. But she's a fighter and an old pro. She wanted to draw a line under those difficult days and move on."
Marcus Collins has only released one track so far, but he’s already causing controversy. His cover of The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army has not been a hit with fans of the original.
He said to The Sun: "I've had a lot of abuse. Plenty. Seriously. But I know I can't please everyone. A lot of people have got opinions on it but they can always listen to the White Stripes version.
"Why are they listening to me if they don't like it? Listen to the original if you don't like my singing. It's just the X Factor connection but, you know, why are people kicking off about it now?"
We agree with Marcus, if people don’t like it they don’t have to listen to it. What do you think of his version of the rock anthem?