A round-up of the latest celebrity gossip
TAYLOR SWIFT sent a not-so-subtle message to ex-boyfriend HARRY STYLES as she performed the opening number at the Grammys.
The 23-year-old country superstar sported a white top hat, tail-coat and hot pants as she belted out We Are Never Every Getting Back Together.
Halfway through the song she broke into a deep British accent to say: “So he calls me up and says I still love you.
“But I said, I’m sorry, I’m busy opening up the Grammys - and we’re never, ever getting back together.”
ANNE HATHAWAY has revealed she is thinking of buying a shed to keep all her awards in.
The Les Miserables star has had a near clean sweep this awards season for her performance in the musical as tragic heroine Fantine and has just scooped the best supporting actress Bafta.
She said: “I’ve been lucky to receive a few pieces of hardware this year. I think I’m going to get a tool shed and keep them in there so when I open it, it lights up, but for now they’re all in my kitchen.”
SIMON COWELL has revealed he wants the track My Way played at his funeral.
The TV boss, who is known for his forthright opinions and strong self-belief, thinks Frank Sinatra’s classic song will be a fitting tribute when his day comes, according to The Sun.
Simon made the announcement to his fellow judges ALESHA DIXON, AMANDA HOLDEN and DAVID WALLIAMS at the Britain’s Got Talent auditions, when a contestant got up to sing the song.
“I’ve decided I’d like it to be played at my funeral,” he said.
“It would be appropriate.”
ADELE has revealed that her next album may take longer to make, because she has been too focused on motherhood.
The Grammy-winning songstress admitted that she has been in talks about ideas for the record, the follow-up to 2011’s massively successful 21, but joked that nursery rhymes are taking over her life.
“I’ve been having lots of meetings and I’ve been out of the loop really. I’ve been singing my baby nursery rhymes so I don’t really know what’s cool and what’s not,” she told People.com.
JAI COURTNEY has revealed that he would definitely be up for a sixth Die Hard film.
The Australian actor, who plays BRUCE WILLIS’s screen son Jack McClane in A Good Day To Die Hard, admitted he hasn’t thought about reprising his role too much, but he would certainly return.
“Certainly. It’s a flattering prospect and that’s probably about all it is for me at this point,” said the 26-year-old.
“We’re just enjoying the journey of this project and looking to see what it does. But if I got the call to come back and reprise the role, I’d willingly oblige.”
TAYLOR KITSCH has revealed he was “glad” when his sex scenes with BLAKE LIVELY were over during filming of crime thriller Savages.
The Battleship star said he had only known the actress for three or four days before they shot the scenes, which were “awkward”.
Taylor, who plays tough guy Chon in the movie, said: “It’s very awkward to do, you know, and I was just glad it was over with, to be honest. It’s such a big part of my character and who he is, and that’s how you meet him. So it’s a pretty intense reveal, no pun intended!
“A lot of sexual improv was going on there. God knows we had two weeks of rehearsal, so we talked until we were about to pass out, and then we shot the sex scenes. On the day I think I knew Blake three days... four days maybe.”