We said it yesterday and we’ll say it again today. Russell Brand can’t seem to stop talking about Katy Perry.
In fairness, people keep on asking about her now that their divorce has been finalised, but Russell could keep quiet on the subject.
Speaking to Piers Morgan on his CNN show, Russell dismissed the divorce as an “administrative finality” and revealed that he feels compassion for his ex-wife,
“I think what happened at the weekend was an administrative finality, so I don't think that it makes very much difference,
“Of course I still feel great feeling of compassion and warmth for Katy, but I'm very happy with my life. My life is a simple life,” he said.
Yesterday, Russell told US radio host Howard Stern that his marriage to Katy didn’t work out for “practical reasons”.
We’re sure Katy will be delighted with what Russ has been saying – particularly the slightly patronising “compassion” comment. Not!
While Rihanna clearly has the stamina to party all night long, feel bad for the staff who are looking after the singer and her friends as she sails the Med on her party boat.
“The gang stayed up singing and dancing until dawn,” a source tells The Sun.
“She’s a lovely girl but the crew are only getting a few hours sleep a night. And they have to be prepared to be vigilant and make sure she doesn’t get hammered and fall into the sea.”
So far Ri-Ri and her gang have powered through 25 bottles of Armand de Brignac Champagne, 60 bottles of Peroni and Corona and ten bottles of tequila!
Which really is quite some party
It’s not just the youngsters like Rihanna who know how to party. 53-year-old Madonna angered residents near her posh Mayfair home by partying loud and late in to the night after her Hyde Park concert.
Guests to Madonna’s exclusive shindig included George Michael and Stella McCartney, and revellers were up until gone two in the morning, which resulted in a council nose abatement team being sent round.
“When officers arrived, they could clearly hear music and shouting,” Westminster Council spokesperson tells The Mirror.
"In their opinion it was unreasonable on a weekday evening so they served a noise abatement notice on the owner of the house. As soon as the notice was received, the volume was turned down and there were no further complaints.”
Madonna must be losing her rebellious edge. Surely this would have been an incentive to turn up the music?