Being the feisty, no nonsense sort of lady that she is, Tulisa Contostavlos isn’t weeping into her millions about her embarrassing sex tape scandal.
“I could sit all day long saying I wish I’d never done this or met that person but at the end of the day, with the position I’m in, I can’t exactly complain,” she tells The Sun.
“Everything’s taken me to the place that I’m in and made me the person I am. It just makes you stronger, doesn’t it?”
The X Factor judge – who released a taped statement days after the leaked video hit the Internet – also says she spoke out about the tape because wanted people to judge her based on the facts,
“People are always going to judge you and that’s fine,” she says. “I couldn’t care less – but let them judge you on the truth. If no one else is telling the truth, you’re the only one who’s going to.”
After going through such a awful experience we’d understand if Tulisa was bitter, so good for her for having such a good attitude.
Simon Cowell has always kept his private life reasonable private. That’s all changed since extracts of a new book about the Reality TV mogul have hit the papers – now we know all sorts of details.
The X Factor boss has now spoken out about the revelations about his love life, saying in a US interview that he’s been left feeling un-gentlemanly and uncomfortable as more details about his love life make the headlines.
“It’s not my habit to kiss and tell. I’ve never done it. I’ve always tried to keep my private life private, and it so unfortunate. So I was feeling very embarrassed and not gentlemanly at all this week because it’s just not my style.
“At the same time, the guy’s got the right to write the book he wants, but it has been uncomfortable, to be honest with you.”
Do you feel sorry for Simon and the ladies whose secrets have also been spilled?
She’s known for her environmentally friendly tendencies, so we’re a little surprised to hear that Gwyneth Paltrow DROVE 0.06 miles in a LIMO to from one party to another.
Gwyn was at an event at pal Stella McCartney’s LA shop celebrating Paul McCartney’s new music video when the guests left Stella’s shop and headed to a restaurant just 100 yards away.
The Iron Man star was advised by security to make the short journey by car despite the fact that onlookers have told The Sun that the restaurant was “pretty much next door”.
Other guest including Miranda Kerr, Orlando Bloom and Gwyn's hubby Chris Martin did make the journey by foot. Maybe Gwyn was wearing really painful heels?