You can’t beat a good old fashioned celebrity hook up – especially one that involves our Cheryl.
The Call My Name singer has revealed she enjoyed a private dinner with rapper Wretch 32.
The pair became close after they collaborated on Cheryl’s track Screw You, and went to posh London restaurant Le Caprice for a spot of grub on Monday night.
“I was out for dinner with him,” Cheryl admitted while co-hosting with Greg James on Radio 1 yesterday.
Despite what the whole world thought, Cheryl admitted recently that angry track Screw You isn’t about her unfaithful ex-husband Ashley Cole.
So who is it about?
Greg joked that the potty-mouthed tune was about Wretch – real name Jermaine Scott – but Cheryl was quick to correct him: “No, he appears on it.”
Chezza has also used Twitter to sing Wretch’s praises in the past.
“FYI Wretch 32 is one of the nicest people I have met. #Cute.”
And in reference to Cheryl’s new single Call My Name topping the iTunes chart this week, Wretch tweeted yesterday: “Cause I’m 32 she’s gotta be number 1... ”
Maybe we're getting ahead of ourselves here, but how cute would their babies be?!
Looks like someone got out of bed the wrong side…
Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson has expressed his distaste at nickname, R-Patz.
“I don’t understand who invented that thing R-Patz,” he told The Guardian, “I want to strangle them.”
But it’s not just his nickname that’s got his goat apparently.
“It is surprising the amount of people who think I’m going to be really dumb. I think they think anyone who has done teen movies is just an idiot."
He added: “I don’t know, maybe I am. Some of the best actors, if you talk to them, they’re not the smartest people in the world.”
Well we rather like R-Patz. But we can start calling you sugar lips instead if you’d rather, Rob…
What a treat.
Justin Bieber has premiered album track As Long As You Love Me for all us fans.
The track features Big Sean and is off Justin’s upcoming album Believe, which will be released next week.
The 18-year-old singer’s new album, features some high-profile collaborations with Drake, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Ludacris. Justin says he’s written some seriously emotional lyrics on the album, including one song which is all about the woman who accused him of fathering her child - Mariah Yeater.
So what do you think of As Long As You Love Me?