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    Peter Andre’s daughter Princess looks just like mum Katie Price in glam new selfie

    PRINCESS Andre is the spitting image of her mum Katie Price in her latest selfie.The 15-year-old, whose dad is Peter Andre, shared a snap as she promoted a clothing brand – showing off her famous long curly hair.
    Princess Andre is spitting image of mum Katie Price in glam Instagram picCredit: instagram
    Katie had very similar hair at the start of her career
    Katie was known for having very similar hair at the start of her glamour modelling career.
    Her fans rushed to comment on the snap, with many pointing out how much she looks like Katie.
    One person wrote: “Beautiful 😍 like your mam x.”
    A second commented: “You look so much like your mum.”
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    While a third added:  “Got ya mothers genes.”
    Princess has started doing bits of influencing work in recent months but  has been subjected to cruel trolls accusing her of editing her snaps.
    She recently hit back saying: “For the people commenting about the photo apparently being edited you can quite clearly see that it’s my hair and not the tiles.”
    And her dad Pete quickly backed her, writing: “Sweetheart don’t get into the habit of worrying about what people say. Be you’re beautiful self and enjoy life.”
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    Dad-of-four Pete wrote about the incident in his new! Magazine column, explaining: “I’ve always told Princess that when she puts things on social media it’s best to always either turn the comments off or block or ignore anybody who is negative.
    “But when I saw someone accusing her of editing one of her pictures, and she replied, my comment was basically not to get into the habit of worrying about what people say. And this applies to everyone,” the reality TV star added. “Just be your beautiful self and enjoy life.”
    The concerned dad added: “I just don’t want her to get into the habit of worrying about trolls, because if you do it can be a downward spiral.”
    Peter with all his children and wife Emily
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    Who is actor Evan Peters and is he married?

    OVER the years, Evan Peters has become known for his dark roles, which now includes Netflix’s Dahmer.But some fans often wonder what else there is to know about the actor, especially about who he is dating.
    Evan Peters has become an in demand actorCredit: Getty Images – Getty
    Who is Evan Peters?
    Actor Evan was born in St Louis, Missouri, on January 20, 1987.
    In 2001, at the age of 14, Evan’s family relocated to Michigan where he began modelling and taking acting classes.
    After attending Grand Blanc Community High School he moved to LA with his mother at the age of 15 to pursue a career in acting.
    He briefly attended Burbank High School before getting home schooled.
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    Evan had his first break into the film industry when he was cast as Adam Sheppard in Clipping Adam.
    His performance won him the Best Breakthrough Performance award at the Phoenix Film Festival.
    After starring in a host of TV adverts – including for the likes of PlayStation, Papa John’s Pizza and Kellogg – he starred in The Sleepover as well as the ABC series The Days and Disney Channel’s Phil of the Future.
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    What movies and TV shows has Evan Peters starred in?
    The actor has had roles in household shows such as One Tree Hill, House, The Office, In Plain Sight and Parenthood to name a few.
    Evan’s breakthrough role was Todd Haynes in 2010’s superhero film Kick-Ass.
    But it was really his role of teenage sociopathic murderer Tate Langdon in American Horror Story that made him a household name – he has since gone on to star in all of the subsequent series of the hit show.
    He plays mutant Quicksilver in the X Men franchise.
    Evan has also starred in BBC’s Pose.
    In 2022 he had viewers hiding behind their sofas in Netflix’s true crime horror series, Dahmer.
    Is Evan Peters married and does he have any children?
    As of September 2022, Evan is a single man.
    Although he has dated a string of  Hollywood beauties, the actor has never been married.
    Evan also doesn’t have any children at this time.
    Who has Evan Peters dated?
    Evan famously dated actress Emma Roberts – niece of Julia Roberts – from 2012 for six years.
    The former couple met while working together on Adult World.
    Evan and Emma got engaged in March 2014.
    But by March 2018 the pair revealed they had split up.
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    Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson’s son Rox rushed to hospital and spends the night in A&E

    GEORDIE Shore’s Marnie Simpson spent the night in A&E with her young son Rox.The reality TV star cuddled Rox as they anxiously waited in the urgent treatment centre.
    Marnie Simpson took son Rox to A&E last night
    Marnie thought Rox had an ear infectionCredit: Instagram
    She shared a picture on Instagram and wrote: “Spending our night in A&E with Rox bless him! Think he has a ear infection [sad face].”
    Doting mum Marnie, 30, and fiance Casey Johnson, 27, welcomed their second child, son Oax Rubi Johnson, back in May.
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    She said at the time: “My heart could explode.”
    The 30 year-old posted the happy news on social media, telling fans: “Baby boy has arrived safe and sound.
    “We’re completely in awe, our family is complete.”
    The couple were inundated with messages of congratulations from their famous pals and fans.
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    Olivia Bowen, who was pregnant herself commented: “Omg Marnie 🥹❤️ so happy for you all sending soooo much love congratulations xxxxxx.”
    Her MTV co-stars Chloe Ferry and Charlotte Crosby also sent well wishes.
    The reality star previously revealed she insisted on having a C-section for her second baby, despite it being against doctor’s orders.
    She explained: “It’s been pretty awful. They’ve been trying to get me to agree to have a natural birth even after I had such a traumatic experience.”
    Marnie went on to open up about how she was nervous for her second birth after admitting she felt her body “failed” her with Rox.
    Marnie was diagnosed with a chronic UTI in 2016 and after giving birth to Rox in 2019.
    She said: “I’m definitely nervous, but I think that’s only natural after what I went through.
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    “I’m trying to take it each day as it comes and not worry about it too much.
    “Obviously, I don’t want to put too much stress on the baby and my body, but it’s always going to be nerve-wracking as it’s like nothing you’ve ever experienced before.”
    Marnie and partner Casey has have welcomed their second childCredit: Instagram
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    Who is Denise Lewis’ husband Steve Finan O’Connor?

    IT’S FAIR to say that Denise Lewis’ husband Steve Finan O’Connor knows how to handle the spotlight.As the son of a comedian, husband of an athlete, and also being the former manager of All Saints, he has never been far away from celebrities.
    Denise Lewis and husband Steve Finan O’Connor first met back in 2000Credit: Getty Images – Getty
    Who is Steve Finan O’Connor?
    Steve Finan O’Connor is the son of the legendary late comedian and game show host Tom O’Connor, who sadly passed away in July 2021 at the age of 81.
    Steve used to be the manager of Neneh Cherry, Madness and All Saints, but now works as a property developer.
    However, he still retains high profile music clients – such as One Direction Star Liam Payne. 
    Steve married athlete Denise Lewis in 2006 and the couple live together in Buckinghamshire.
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    How did Denise and Steve meet?
    The couple met back in 2000 through mutual friends at the Brit Awards.
    Although they didn’t get together straight away, as Denise was still married to her first husband Patrick Stevens.
    But love blossomed when they met again, as Denise told the Mirror back in 2006: “I was still with Patrick when I first met Steve, then we met again more recently and it was sort of love at second sight.”
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    Do the couple have any children?
    The couple share three sons, Ryan, Kane, and Troy.
    Both also have children from previous relationship as Steve has a son called Joe while Denise has a daughter called Lauren.
    Speaking to The Sun prior to the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the former athlete suggested that the coping strategies she learned through her sport helped her deal with late motherhood after the birth of her third son in 2018.
    She said: “Obviously I was well out of practice. I was wondering how I’d cope.
    “But, because I was so overjoyed about having Troy, I decided that this is what I chose and it’s not going to break me.
    “It’s that coping strategy that I’ve adopted for myself.”
    She also added that when Troy arrived, Steve  was “shipped out” to the spare room while Denise went it alone with the night feeds. More

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    Sultry Roxy Horner runs her fingers through her hair as she poses in sexy black underwear set & nude bra and suspenders

    MODEL Roxy Horner is happy to take a bit of a tressing down as she shows off her naughty side.Roxy, 30, ran her fingers through her hair as she posed in both a plunging black underwear set and a nude bra and suspenders for lingerie brand Boux Avenue.
    Model Rox Horner, 30, posed in a plunging black underwear set for lingerie brand Boux AvenueCredit: Boux Avenue
    Roxy, who is dating actor and comedian Jack Whitehall, also posed in a nude bra and suspenders setCredit: Boux Avenue
    She has been dating actor and comedian Jack Whitehall, 34, for two years and the pair recently enjoyed a romantic trip to Greece.
    Roxy made waves recently after revealing she had been diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
    She chose to speak out in a bid to help others and said: “I refuse to let this effect my future negatively.
    “I hope by speaking about it, that will help others know they’re not alone.”
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    The Max Factor model has previously posted snaps showing her injecting insulin into her tummy while sitting in a cab and at a restaurant table.
    Roxy recently opened up on the “silver lining” of her diabetes diagnosis.
    She told magazine Marie Claire: “Type 1 diabetes has changed my life but the silver lining is that perhaps it has taught me to stand up for myself and listen to my body.”
    Roxy and Jack, who have been dating for two years, recently enjoyed a romantic trip to Greece
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    Oasis were world’s biggest band in ’95 but one star was mistaken for a DRUG DEALER, reveals ex GQ boss Dylan Jones

    AT their height, inside a hurricane of their own creation, neither Noel nor Liam Gallagher would ever miss an opportunity to remind you that what was happening would never be repeated.It was 1995, and Oasis were at the peak of their powers, ensconced in a cultural bubble, and they couldn’t believe their luck.
    Noel and Liam Gallagher were at the peak of their powers with Oasis in 1995Credit: Jill Furmanovsky
    Blur, clockwise from left, Alex James, Dave Rowntree, Graham Coxon and Damon AlbarnCredit: Terry O’Neill / Iconic Images
    The decade saw the emergence of new pop with the Spice GirlsCredit: Getty
    In essence, the Oasis brothers could have been talking about the mid-Nineties full-stop, because Britain was experiencing a cultural revolution and 1995 was its peak.
    It was the year of Peak Britpop (Oasis v Blur) and peak Young British Artist (Tracey Emin’s tent).
    And the New Lad phenomenon was at its height.
    Nick Hornby published High Fidelity and James Brown’s Loaded magazine detonated the publishing industry.
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    Oh, and pubs were finally allowed to stay open on a Sunday.
    It was the year of Radiohead’s The Bends, the year Danny Boyle started filming Trainspotting, the year the Manic Street Preachers’ Richey Edwards tragically went missing.
    The year Alex Garland wrote The Beach and the year Blair changed the Labour Party by ditching its Clause IV — the party’s historical commitment to old-fashioned socialism — after a controversial vote at the Labour Conference.
    British supermodels ruled the roost, everyone wanted a piece of Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.
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    Fashion became edgier, cooler, darker, skinnier.
    And it was the high watermark of Swinging London II.
    “I lived the Nineties,” says Noel Gallagher. “And a lot of it passed through my kitchen. I liked Damien Hirst, and Kate Moss was a great friend. It was a great period, a great moment in time.
    “We were all on the dole, all on benefits, and it must have dawned on us all that we were not going to get anything, and that nothing would be given to us, so we had better go and find a way of taking it.
    “To me, the 1990s was a lot of working class intellectuals, who were not really connected, who all came through at the same time in politics, music, fashion, photography, art, sport. Prince Naseem, Jarvis Cocker, Naomi Campbell, the lot.”
    According to Alex James, Sun writer and the bass player in Blur: “Hedonism was the context for the whole decade
    “We were all lurching towards 1999, heading towards this massive watershed moment.
    “I mean, what a brilliant time to be young. I was in a band — and what are you going to do to try to enjoy yourself? It’s the whole point, to have a good time.”
    Everyone was young and everyone was good looking. Or so it seemed.
    The first time Creation Records boss Alan McGee saw Oasis he thought Liam was their drug dealer. He said he was too good looking to be their singer.
    He turned up at an Oasis gig and immediately the band started fighting. With each other.
    “There were at least ten or 12 skanky Mancs loping about,” says McGee.
    A great period
    “In the corner was one really good-looking kid that I suppose looked a bit like George Harrison or George Best in an Adidas tracksuit. Liam was good looking, and he could sing, he was a textbook rock star.
    “Noel had great songs, and it was perfection.”
    As for Liam, he could drink as well as sing.
    “Those were the days man,” he says. “Sharing rooms, lots of drinking. Just never-ending nights, do you know what I mean? Just feeling invincible, never really worrying about singing or any of that.
    “I don’t think I ever warmed up once. I’d just be backstage, stoned, and someone goes, ‘Right, you’re on’ — and that would be it. Not that professional, to be fair, which was good at the time.
    “It’s when you go into arenas that you start thinking, ‘I’ve got to hold it down a bit’.”
    Sun columnist Tony Parsons says: “Before they were tabloid stars, the Gallagher brothers were the embodiment of a certain strain of British rock. They never went to art school and never learned to behave in polite society.
    “It always gets embarrassing after a year or two, and seems yobbish and stupid, but when Definitely Maybe came out it felt like Liam and Noel were doing nothing less than saving rock ’n’ roll.”
    However, we should never forget that the 1990s wasn’t just about Oasis, as it was the decade that produced perhaps the best British music since the Swinging Sixties.
    There was Blur, Suede, Pulp, Elastica and Supergrass, of course, but there were also a wide range of other artists, genre-busting people such as Tricky, Chemical Brothers, Leftfield, Moby, David Holmes, Portishead and Goldie, the drum’n’bass scene’s first pop star.
    The year 1995 was far more eclectic musically than it has been given credit for and, in the same way Motown and urban dance music accompanied (and often underpinned) the rise of psychedelic pop in the 1960s, so similar things happened in the 1990s.
    Glastonbury 1995 was the 25th anniversary of the festival. Following the success of Orbital’s performance on the NME stage in 1994, Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis decided to introduce a Dance Tent this year, filling it with the likes of Carl Cox and Massive Attack.
    Supermodel Naomi Campbell ruled the roostCredit: News UK Ltd
    Vogue’s Alexandra Shulman said: ‘Kate was a perfect palette cleanser for the fashion of the early 1990s’Credit: Getty
    But it was Pulp’s headline performance on the Pyramid Stage on the Saturday night (they replaced The Stone Roses who pulled out) that stole the show — and is widely regarded as one of the best in the festival’s history.
    The decade also saw the return of lounge or easy listening, it saw the return of The Beatles with Free As A Bird and, of course, it saw the emergence of new pop in the shapes of the Spice Girls, the girl group to end them all; and Robbie Williams, superlad.
    If, in 1995, Wonderwall had co-opted the streets of London, Manchester and Glasgow come closing time, by Christmas 1997 it had been replaced by another scarf-waving anthem.
    Robbie Williams’ epic Angels was released that December, immediately becoming not just the song everyone wanted to sing as they were walking home from the pub, but the song they wanted to sing at their local karaoke bar, and the record they wanted played at their wedding.
    By 1998 you heard it blaring out of every pub door, out of every car window, out of every student bedroom.
    It was the record that accosted you when you turned on the radio, the song you heard played by the busker outside your office.
    “It was delusion that gave me the confidence to pursue my solo career,” says Robbie.
    “I was absolutely deluded. Look, I was in Take That, I had sung Everything Changes and Could It Be Magic. But I had never written anything.
    “Then I wrote Angels with Guy Chambers. I’m not the best singer in the world but I thought I was going to take on the world and win. And I did.”
    If the 1980s were all about padded shoulders and ra-ra skirts, puffy hair and heels, the 1990s couldn’t have been more different.
    As Britain started to embrace Britpop, fashion became edgier, cooler, darker, skinnier
    If, in the 1980s, fashion was all about glitz and glitter, the 1990s were all about grunge and goth.
    Nick Hornby published the iconic novel High FidelityCredit: Getty
    Ewan McGregor starred in Danny Boyle’s TrainspottingCredit: Rex Features
    There was no room in this hip new world for the likes of Elle Macpherson, Karen Mulder or Cindy Crawford.
    The word “supermodel” had been bandied about for years, usually as a form of hyperbole to flatter a model who was approaching “icon’ status. Usually they just meant Twiggy.
    It started to be used more frequently in the 1980s but it wasn’t until the 1990s that it started to be used as a brand, as a way of elevating models to “superstar” status.
    “People had already started to use the word supermodel,” said Naomi Campbell.
    “Everything we wore and every restaurant we went to was written about in the papers. It seemed weird to us that people should care. We couldn’t walk down the street without people chasing us.
    “I remember we once went shopping in Rome and we couldn’t get out of the store because there were so many fans. The police had to come and rescue us.”
    But that was then.
    It wasn’t until Kate Moss graced the July 1990 cover of The Face that the fashion decade really started.
    She was only 16 and had been picked by the photographer Corinne Day to exemplify the magazine’s cover story, “The 3rd Summer of Love”.
    “Kate was a perfect palette cleanser for the fashion of the early 1990s,” says Alexandra Shulman, who was the editor of British Vogue at the time.
    “She was young, with the face of a dirty angel and the body of schoolgirl rather than the more sophisticated, sculpted physiques of the famous supermodels.
    “Grunge, which she rode in on, didn’t last that long but like many influential short-lived movements it cleared out the old.
    ‘She just has it’
    “The first time I met Kate Moss I said to her, ‘So what’s all the fuss about?’” says photographer David Bailey.
    “There is nothing about Kate that is extraordinary, apart from the fact that she is extraordinary. She is short, she is scrawny, but she can work for anyone from Vogue to John Lewis. She just has it.”
    Jodie Kidd, who caused a furore when she appeared on the catwalk in Milan and Paris looking like a tapeworm, was only 17 in 1995.
    She said you had to be thick-skinned to make it and seemed perfectly cut out for it.
    Why was she so successful? “Because I’m odd,” she said. Most of the up-and-coming models were still too young to vote or drink.
    What British girls seemed to always have was attitude . . . in spades. Backstage at the Alexander McQueen show during London Fashion Week in 1995, this was overheard: “You know what I think?” said one of the wafer-thin Cockney models as she squeezed herself into one of McQueen’s daringly convoluted skirts:
    “Whatever people say about London, you can’t really beat it.
    “No matter where you go in the world, no one’s quite as rude to you as they are in London. The girls here really know how to dish. It’s great.”
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    She was right. London was great for models, London was great for music and London was great for clubs.
    In the 1990s it was pretty much great for everything.

    Faster Than A Cannonball: 1995 And All That, by Dylan Jones, is published by White Rabbit on October 13, £25.

    DJ Goldie became the drum’n’bass scene’s first pop starCredit: Getty
    Boxer Prince Naseem held multiple featherweight world championshipsCredit: Rex Features
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    Gwyneth Paltrow strips naked and cups boobs as she covers herself in metallic paint to mark her 50th birthday

    ACTRESS Gwyneth Paltrow poses nude and covered in gold paint to celebrate her 50th.Gwyneth, who marked her big day yesterday, was covered in metallic body powder for the Goldfinger-inspired photoshoot.
    Gorgeous Gwyneth Paltrow bares it all as she celebrates her 50thCredit: Goop
    The actress showed off her stunning silhouette as she covered herself in metallic body powder for a revealing shootCredit: Goop
    The stunner said ‘I feel so good turning 50’Credit: Goop
    In a blog on her lifestyle website Goop, she said: “I feel so good turning 50, and this is about expressing that sense of energy and optimism that I’m experiencing.”
    Gwyneth married TV producer Brad Falchuk, 51, in 2018.
    Before that she was wed to Coldplay’s Chris Martin, 45, and they had two children together, now aged 18 and 16.
    Gwyneth said in her blog that she had “betrayed” herself in previous relationships.
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    She said: “I have hurt people, never intentionally, but I have done so just the same.
    “I have let people down by not being who they needed me to be. I have betrayed myself to keep the peace.”
    But she said of Chris: “I’m so grateful to him for giving me these kids.
    “It worked out well, you know, it really did.”
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    Gwyneth’s shoot was inspired by James Bond’s GoldfingerCredit: Kobal Collection More

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    Jennifer Aniston, 53, stuns in black blouse and high-waisted trousers as she hops in car with co-star Jon Hamm

    FRIENDS star Jennifer Aniston gets in the driving seat with her new co-star Jon Hamm.The 53-year-old US actress was filming the third season of her Apple TV+ series, The Morning Show, with Mad Men star Jon, 51, in New York.
    Jennifer Aniston was filming the third season of her Apple TV+ series, The Morning Show in New YorkCredit: Getty
    Jennifer was seen in a car with her co-star Mad Men’s Jon HammCredit: The Mega Agency
    Jennifer looked younger than ever and showcased her age-defying figure in a silk wrap blouse and high-waisted trousers.
    Jon will play corporate titan Paul Marks, who has his sights set on American network UBA.
    It comes months after Jon starred in an ad for Apple TV+ complaining he is the only actor not on the streamer’s shows.
    Jennifer previously described her role as news anchor Alex Levy as, “one of the hardest jobs I’ve had.”
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    She told  Entertainment Weekly: “This role never could’ve come to me any sooner than now.
    “It’s one of the hardest jobs I’ve had. I knew I was up to the task, but then there was the excavation of all the emotions in order to create this world for this woman. All of her lifelines are falling away.
    “I would walk out of some of those scenes feeling like a manhole cover just came off my back.”
    Jennifer looked younger than ever in a silk wrap blouse and high-waisted trousersCredit: Getty
    Jennifer plays news anchor Alex Levy in the Apple TV+ seriesCredit: Getty Images – Getty More