When Sharon Osbourne isn’t happy she’s the sort of woman to let her feelings be known. Just ask Simon Cowell, who is currently the subject of her anger.
Shaz isn’t impressed about the new Simon Cowell tell-all unauthorised biography and how she is portrayed in its pages – particularly her reaction in the biog to Simon’s love life,
“I’m not Simon’s mother – I don’t give a toss who he f****,” the former X Factor judge rages in The Mirror.
"That’s none of my business. I think Simon thought he’d have complete control over this book. But how dare he bring me into it now? I don’t want to be dragged into his little world of debauchery, thank you very much.
“I get on absolutely fine with Simon – and he will be fine – but I am p***** off to be brought into it all again,” Sharon finishes.
Eek! We're scared!
Social Networking sites can be a great place for celebrities to directly interact with their fans, but as Alexa Chung has discovered it can also be a place for them to criticise.
When Alexa posted a picture of herself with her mother to her Instagram account yesterday she was flooded with messages from concerned followers who thought that the TV presenter looked worryingly slim.
The former T4 host was quick to reassure fans that she’s just fine, and not trying to act as ‘thinsperation' for Internet usuers,
“Ok everyone thanks for the teen angst discussions,” she wrote. “People are different sizes. I'm not trying to be thinspo for anyone.”
As more messages of concern were posted Alexa eventually deleted the post.
It’s a nightmare when you forget your ID and the man in the offy refuses to serve you without proof of age. If you’re a celebrity though, there are ways around this problem.
N-Dubz singer Tulisa, 23, has revealed that when she was asked for ID while picking up a bottle of wine recently she simply used a magazine cover with her face on it.
“I didn’t have my ID so he wouldn’t give it to me. There were all these mags with me on the front cover so I pulled out one, slapped it on the desk and said ‘Look, there’s my ID. Can I have the wine?’ He gave it to me,” Tulisa tells The Sun.
We'll just stick to using a driving licence.