Jennifer Aniston and Halle Berry put down pregnancy rumours to bloated tummy
Albeit with a different culinary culprit. “Can a girl have some steak and fries?” asked the 50-yearold on Instagram after her publicist had denied she was expecting her third child. The rumours started after she was pictured at a US bash in the tummy-hugging silver outfit, while cradling her stomach.
Coupling her comment with two emojis, one of a winky face and one of an eye roll, the actress, who is a mum to Nahla, nine, and three-year-old Maceo, has said: “Being a mum is my most important job and I know that everything I do is really important. “I say lots of things, but I think what’s more important is that my children watch what I do.
I’m more mindful of how I live my life and what they see me do.”
He's only just been crowned the winner of Britain’s Got Talent but Tokio Myers is already planning several superstar collaborations. The 32-year-old pianist, who walked away with the £250,000 top prize on Saturday and will be playing at the Royal Variety Performance in November, tells Day & Night that he’s keen to get in the studio with some chart-toppers.
“I want to bring these artists into my world,” says the ex-session musician, “Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Rag’n’Bone Man, and create a new type of music.” Tokio, who has supported Kanye West and Amy Winehouse, admits: “I couldn’t believe that so many people voted for me. People are looking for a change and a new genre.”
Cliff Richard surprised fans with The Piano Guys
But he is yet to have a one-to-one with the man who could help facilitate his big ambitions – BGT boss Simon Cowell. “We haven’t had a chance to speak yet,” he admits.
“We’ll see.” Until then, the musician will focus on his sold-out concert at the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room on July 13 – and could splash out on a holiday. “Perhaps… I’ve never had this much money,” admits Tokio, who has spoken of his upbringing on a council estate but didn’t want to discuss it further.
“I really haven’t decided what to spend it on.” One thing his winnings will not be going towards is the building of a music school for underprivileged children, as had been widely rumoured. “I never said that,” he says. “However, I hope to go into schools and inspire young people with music.”
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Halle Berry, 50, sends fans wild as she wears nothing but sheer lace in racy snap.
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Halle Berry bares all as she appears naked in ridiculously racy Instagram snap
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DAWN PROVES TO BE A RAG’N’BONE FAN
Who knew Dawn French had such a contemporary taste in music? The 59-year-old was at a Cornish music festival recently and asked one of her favourite acts for a selfi e. And we have to say we’re rather impressed to learn she’s such an afi cionado of man of the moment and two-time Brit Award winner Rag’n’Bone Man.
The snap with the man himself, aka Rory Graham, was taken at the Leopallooza Festival, near the town of Bude, which is part of a series of gigs called Live In The Wyldes. The Vicar of Dibley star wrote: “Yes Rory@RagNBone ManUK. We will take you ‘As You Are’ anytime.@IntoThe Wyldes was fab.” Well we never!
CLIFF HITS RIGHT NOTES WITH PIANO GUYS
SIR Cliff Richard surprised fans at London’s Royal Albert Hall over the weekend with a performance of his new single – a duet with US internet sensation The Piano Guys. Much to the delight of the sell-out crowd, he performed It’s Gonna Be OK – Sir Cliff’s 147th single in a career spanning an incredible six decades.
“This is my favourite place to play,” said the 76-year-old of the Royal Albert Hall. “It’s a really prestigious place.” The Piano Guys are also pretty popular, and that’s putting it mildly, after coming to prominence through YouTube and now boasting an online audience of 1.2 billion.
They’ve also been at number one for more than 250 weeks on Billboard, iTunes and the Amazon charts.
We can't imagine anyone with royal connections wanting to appear in any reality show, other than Strictly – but Tom Parker Bowles, left, won’t contemplate doing even that. Because he insists he’s just a posh bloke with a face for radio.
He told us: “I have been offered it a few times. I have a nice agent who just says ‘no’. I am not a celebrity. I am just a toff who writes about food. I have no interest in being famous. “Do I want to learn to dance? No. Although, I used to be very good at raving! I have a face for radio.”
The 42-year-old son of Camilla was speaking at the launch of the London Food Festival. And Tom added: “You don’t want a toff on telly.” We suggest Nigella Lawson might beg to differ!