One Direction’s people carrier was hit by a car on Wednesday night on the way back from a gig in Birmingham, but don’t worry our favourite boy band are all okay.
Luckily, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson were given the all clear after receiving treatment from the emergency services.
A source told the Sun: "It was a close call. The lads and their two tour managers were pretty shaken up and were treated for varying degrees of whiplash. Yesterday they were seen by an osteopath who gave them the all-clear."
"They came close to cancelling because of the crash but the boys didn't want to let down their avid fans. As soon as they got the all-clear they decided to go ahead with the gig. It's lucky dancing in their live shows is kept to a minimum so it did not put extra stress on their bodies."
Daniel Radcliffe is a highly paid mega star who has defeated powerful wizards, but he still finds dating a challenge.
Daniel told Parade magazine about dating his girlfriend Rosie Coker, “I hated dating because I’m crap at it! With Rosie, I didn’t know what was appropriate, like on which date you’re supposed to try and kiss her.”
“At the end of the second date I pulled a move out of the Bela Lugosi [who played Dracula] Book of Woo. I went to kiss Rosie and at the last minute lost my nerve and ended up kissing her neck, which is such a weirdly intimate place to kiss somebody on a second date.”
We’re going to need a moment after imagining Daniel kissing us on the neck.
Daniel is completely loved up with Rosie “When Rosie’s here, every day seems better… I’m not an easy person to love. She loves me for my oddness, my awkwardness, all of those things that I hate about myself. She finds them cute. I guess that’s love.”
Simon has revealed that he can’t watch the final of Pop Idol 2002 without feeling ill because he wanted Gareth Gates to win, not Will Young.
He tells the first episode of ITV1's The Talent Show Story (On tomorrow night): "I thought he was obnoxious, full of himself. I thought this will be interesting. You don't like me, I don't like you... and nothing's changed particularly. I still can't watch the final because I was really disappointed."
Simon also states how much he liked Gareth, "When I first saw him I hoped he could sing. He looked great and then he couldn't talk. I really liked Gareth and wanted him to win. I remember feeling it in my stomach, I felt sick. That's how much it affected me. It shouldn't but it did."
What do you think? Should Gareth have won the series?