CELEB GOSS: Bradley Cooper left his underwear behind

Picture: REUTERS

Picture: REUTERS

Bradley Cooper left his underwear behind 

Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper didn’t wear any underwear during his visit to the White House last week.

Cooper was among the guests at a state dinner in Washington, DC last Tuesday night.

The star says his suit pants were a little too tight so ended up mingling with politicians and world leaders without wearing any underwear.

He tells US talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, ‘‘I had to go commando - number one cause there was no room at all (in the tuxedo). I did. I had to ... So it was really great. And you have to walk up the stairs and it was a nightmare. But I made it through.’’


Katy Perry named Elle’s Woman Of The Year

US pop star Katy Perry has been crowned Woman Of The Year at the 2014 Elle Style Awards in London.Roar singer Perry was presented with her gong by Australian pop princess Kylie Minogue at the glamorous award ceremony in London.

The 29-year-old I Kissed A Girl singer is known for her campaign work for gay rights and her support of same-sex marriage.

Perry, who divorced British comedian Russell Brand in 2011 after just 14 months of marriage, recently recorded duet Who You Love with boyfriend John Mayer.

Guests including model-of-the-moment Cara Delevingne, singer Ellie Goulding, former Bond girl Olga Kurylenko and designer Tom Ford were treated to a champagne reception, a 1950s supper club menu and table butler service at the magazine’s 17th annual celebration of style.


Quote of the day - Rihanna

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Kylie Minogue pranks fan with gym stunt

Australian pop star Kylie Minogue gave one of her fans the surprise of his life by staging a gig in his local gym.

The singer picked a fan, identified only as Adam, for the prank and decided to surprise him while he was working out.

The London gym was filled with backing dancers pretending to be other customers, and they all sprung into action when Minogue walked into the running machine room singing her track Into The Blue.

Speaking before the stunt, Minogue said, ‘‘It’s a great opportunity to give something back to one of my fans. Let him know face to face I appreciate everything you do.

‘‘It’s pretty hilarious Into The Blue - I’ve never performed it before and I am about to do it in a gym ... I’ve got one of my biggest fans in there, Adam, apparently he listens to my music while working out, but what he doesn’t know is he’s about to get me for real,’’ Minogue said.

Adam was visibly shocked when he noticed the pop star walking towards him and singing as hidden glitter canons exploded, and he then joined Minogue for a dance during the number.

At the end of the performance, he told the singer, ‘‘Oh my God! Thank you!’’The stunt was organised in association with a Mastercard campaign.


Miley Cyrus will rue twerking: Church

Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus at the 2013 MTV Awards. Picture: GETTY

Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus at the 2013 MTV Awards. Picture: GETTY

Former child star Charlotte Church predicts Miley Cyrus will be ashamed of her twerking antics when she looks back on her career.

The Welsh singer shot to stardom at the age of 12, but struggled with her high profile during her teenage years and eventually decided to step away from the limelight and release records on her own label instead.

Church has kept a close eye on Cyrus - who found fame aged 11 with her role in the US TV show Hannah Montana - and she is convinced the 21 year old’s recent outrageous image overhaul and sexy onstage antics will leave her red-faced once she moves on.

Church has told the British The Times newspaper: ‘‘She was even younger than I was when she became well-known and it’s never gone away from her.

I was able at some points to get away from it and also I come from a really normal family, really working class.

She was a child star and her father’s famous.

‘‘To have perspective is a difficult thing when you’ve had a really unusual upbringing. So she’s not necessarily making decisions that she will always be proud of, or uphold.’’