CHRIS MARTIN is the frontman for one of the biggest bands on the planet and is married to Hollywood A-lister Gwyneth Paltrow, so you’d have thought he could play it cool in front of anyone. But in an exclusive interview, the Coldplay legend explained how global pop queen Rihanna reduced him to a bumbling, Hugh Grant-style rom-com mess.
ADELE has been visiting a hypnotherapist to cure her stage fright. The star has been having the treatment in LA in a bid to conquer her anxiety over her upcoming Oscars performance. Adele is booked to perform her Bond theme Skyfall at the ceremony on February 24 – where it is up for Best Song – but is so scared about it that she’s suffering from panic attacks and sleepless nights. Pals say the nerves have got worse since she heard her idol BARBRA STREISAND will also be singing.
JUSTIN BIEBER got over his nightmare stay in the UK with a trip to Amsterdam. The pop scrotum was spotted in one of the city’s coffee shops – and apparently he wasn’t just sipping a latte. Surrounded by minders, he also dropped into a chip shop called the Chipsy King, where manager Amir Beaucaire said he ordered two portions of fries. A source said: “Justin paid a very hush-hush visit to Amsterdam over the weekend.
@BillyVambo@virginmedia Yes Billy. You know how they say “this call is being recorded for training purposes”? Wouldn’t be a bad afternoon listening back to Scottish discipline: “Here you, ah’m talkin’ noo so just pipe doon and zippit”
@virginmedia Check the records. I reckon 20 calls? I can’t speak to cust serv, just directed to collections. Collections can’t cancel accounts or speak to anyone else in company. Engineer never showed. Service was ropey. Repeating myself. It’s all recorded, including our flirting in November.
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