Sharon Osbourne has shocked audiences of a US talk show when she joked she would happily perform a sex act on Prince Charles to get a title.
Sharon Osbourne reportedly “snapped” at London’s Heathrow airport on Tuesday. The X Factor UK judge happily journeyed through the travel centre until she tried to pass through security
VICTIM OF LOVE Charles Bradley (Shock) Arguably the toughest job for Brooklyn’s Daptones label and their crusade to record those now-ageing soul artists who slipped through the grooves of the sound’s 60s and 70s heyday is to back up their discoveries with solid second albums Once the glossy sheen of discovery has worn through then it takes an artist with the talents of a Sharon Jones or, in this case, Charles Bradley to harness the music and make it relevant again, not just an all-singing, all-dancing museum piece.
Sharon Osbourne is apparently worried joining The X Factor would be “the final straw” for her marriage. The TV personality’s Black Sabbath husband Ozzy recently admitted to a renewed battle with addiction and subsequently it was reported the couple’s relationship was on the rocks
Sharon Osbourne is “devastated” about husband Ozzy Osbourne’s addiction relapse.
REVIEW: Before we get into the second episode lets have a quick look back at the premiere. The tenor of discussions here at the Stuff office and in the comments our readers left was that TV3 so far has done a decent job with The X Factor
The celebrity gossip machine had burbled for a day or two about Ozzy Osbourne’s marriage, and for weeks about Jada Pinkett Smith’s. Yet both stars hit a breaking point about the same time – and took to Facebook
Christina Aguilera has moved next door to Charlie Sheen. The 32-year-old singer has purchased a $US10 million ($NZ11.8m) mansion in Los Angeles’ posh Mulholland Estates, according to TMZ
Sharon Stone is suing her former nanny for allegedly stealing US$9500 in cash. The 55-year-old actress has filed the suit against Erlinda Elemen in Los Angeles County Superior Court, according to TMZ.
“I did lose my way many times,” said Robert Towne in a recent interview. “It took an ungodly amount of time to work on it — it was 10 months of solid work, and before that, there were several months of letting it gel enough to write it.” The process was worth it to Towne, however — he walked away with an Oscar for best original screenplay, the only one the film received in a year mostly overrun by “The Godfather Part II.” Director Roman Polanski’s film, starring Jack Nicholson as a 1930s detective who gets in over his head with intertwined scandals of murder, sodomy and real estate development, has become a modern classic