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Goldie Hawn laughed and clapped at reporters who questioned Kate and Brad's rumoured relationship
According to reports in the US, Goldie had a rather interesting reaction when asked about the rumours that her actress daughter is involved in a blossoming romance with Brad, 53.
On leaving an LA restaurant with long-term partner Kurt Russell, the 71-year-old, inset, was asked by a reporter: “You must be thrilled that Kate’s dating Brad Pitt?
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Are you ready to have Brad as a son-in-law?” Goldie, pictured, as reported by X17 Online, then laughed, clapped her hands, but said absolutely nothing.
Kate, 37, was first romantically linked to Brad just months after his split from estranged wife, actress Angelina Jolie in September.
Last November, Australian magazine Woman’s Day claimed in an article: “Kate is Brad’s mystery woman.
Newly single Brad has reportedly been close to Kate since his split from Angelina in September
They’ve been extremely close over the past few weeks with several secret meet-ups.”
The Allied actor has recently returned to the spotlight after keeping a low profile since his acrimonious split from Angelina, attending premieres, parties and even a surprise appearance at last week’s Golden Globes.
According to X17 sources, Kate was overheard gushing about her trysts with the Oscar-winner at a Globes after-party and that she and the actor had met up on numerous occasions, even suggesting that the Almost Famous star was seen leaving the bash in the same vehicle that had earlier taken Brad home.
Charlie Sheen has apologised to Rihanna on Social Media for insulting her on TV
CHARLIE SHEEN has apologised to Rihanna after insulting her on live television in America.
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The actor lashed out when asked a question about the pop star during a January 11 appearance on chat show Watch What Happens Live, by using a derogatory term for a female dog to describe the Bajan singer, which we’d rather not repeat in this column.
But the 51-year-old Two And A Half Men star has now taken to social media to say sorry.
Captioning a photo of the 28-year-old sporting a pink wig, he wrote: “Dear Rihanna, pardon my inane self-indulgence. Let’s have a drink someday (on me).”
His photo choice is an odd one as it is a reminder of the pair’s 2014 social media row in which he insulted her hairstyle after a feud, when she supposedly shunned his request to meet with his then-fiancée Scottine Ross who was a big fan.
ABSOLUTE RADIO is devoting one of its platforms entirely to Frank Skinner in honour of his 60th birthday on January 28.
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Absolute Radio 90s will have a whole day focusing solely on the West Bromwich-born comedian who has been at the station for seven years, and hosts his eponymous show every Saturday morning.
Absolute Radio Frank features his normal show, some of the highlights from his time at the station, as well as some new and exclusive content and airs from 9am on Saturday until 6am on Monday 30.
It will feature a two-hour interview special with the man himself, hosted by friend and fellow West Brom fan Adrian Chiles, which will take a look back at the former Fantasy Football favourite’s life and career.
Absolute Radio will devote their show to host Frank Skinner to celebrate his 60th birthday
Broadway Show promises to be a hit
IT WAS the press night of Promises, Promises at the Southwark Playhouse on Tuesday – and if first impressions are anything to go by it looks like being a hit.
This incarnation of the Broadway musical, based on the Billy Wilder film The Apartment, combines Burt Bacharach’s music and Hal David’s lyrics to a book by playwright Neil Simon.
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The Tony award-nominated, Grammy award-winning musical is all about 1960s sexual workplace politics and was first produced for the Broadway stage by the late David Merrick.
It runs at the south London theatre until February 18.