GETTYRANDY: Jim told all about the hotel orgyThe TV host turned reality TV star made the shock revelation during a tell-all chat on Piers Morgan's Life Stories."It was someone famous’ stag do," Jim explained."He ordered all these girls and it was my money he was spending.Continuing about the incident which occurred in the 80s, the 63-year-old said: "He thought it was a hoot and they all turned up at this boutique hotel in Kensington."I got a call from the hotel saying, ‘There are nine women downstairs waiting for you’.GETTYWINNER: Jim Davidson previously won CBB “” Jim Davidson"They were in fishnets with whips. It was a great deal of fun and it did take 12 and a half hours."Three more turned up when we were asleep."Jim recently waded in on the Hollywood sexual assault s
Stars' food diaries are fun to read—but remember that every body has different needs. It's hard to resist headlines that promise to reveal what stars like Jessica Alba and Jenna Dewan Tatum eat in a day—in hopes of discovering their dietary secrets to flat abs and glowy skin. (If only it were that simple!) But as a nutritionist who works with celebrities, I strongly advise against copying exactly what they eat in a day. Let me explain why.First and foremost, what works for a particular star may not be what works for you. Sure, adopting your favorite celeb's general diet philosophy (say, clean eating or vegetarianism) may help you reach your healthy goals. But the specific foods and portions you consume—as well as how often you eat per day—should be based on your own age,
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Celebrity book clubs are becoming increasingly popular, but is this a great thing for reading or just another vanity exercise? Old hands at the book club game are husband and wife team Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan and Oprah. Their clubs began on TV but the new breed has, from the off, been virtual - online and on apps. And the main players are almost exclusively female, including Emma Watson, Reese Witherspoon, Florence Welch, Zoella and Sarah Jessica Parker, as are the clubs' members. It would be easy to be cynical about this new trend but it has its merits, says Claire Armitstead, associate editor for culture at the Guardian. "These celebrities want to show they are intelligent people and not just celebrities, that's perhaps their motive for it."But what they bring is their brand. ...