Ashlee Simpson’s age war

Ashlee Simpson has regular injections in her face to keep her looking young, it has been claimed.
The 23-year-old singer – whose father Joe recently confirmed she had rhinoplasty to reshape her nose and help her breathing in April 2006 – visits her plastic surgeon Dr. Raj Kanodia every month to have collagen filler injected into her face.
A source close to the singer said: “She is determined to stay looking as young as possible for as long as possible. The fillers get rid of any wrinkles, and keep her face looking young, taut and smooth.”
Ashlee has always refused to comment on her nose job, but previously revealed she doesn’t think there is anything wrong with plastic surgery.
She said: “I don’t get bothered by people saying what they say. I’m a happy person and I’m happy with my looks. I’m not an insecure person. I believe if somebody chooses plastic surgery it should be for themselves, not for anyone else.”


Mutya Buena snubs Prince

Mutya Buena snubbed Prince when he asked her to duet with him. The former Sugababes singer – who has previously collaborate with George Michael and Groove Armada – turned down the legendary musician’s offer to sing together because she was too busy.
Mutya said: “He asked to cover one of my songs, and he wanted me to sing it with him, and the thing is I couldn’t go because I was working the next day. Hopefully he might come around again though – fingers crossed!”
The 22-year-old star loves being a solo artist because she can do anything she wants. She said: “I can go out, or work, or do whatever I want really. It’s a lot easier because you can get up and do things more in your own time.”
Earlier this year, Mutya admitted she wished she had told former band mates Keisha Buchanan and Heidi Range she was leaving before telling her management company.
She said: “I think Keisha and Heidi were hurt because I didn’t tell them first – I told my management company. That is something I regret.”
Mutya founded the Sugababes with current member Keisha when the two were just 12-years-old. They recorded four hit albums and had four UK number one singles before Mutya left in 2005.


Angelina says Brad looks like a bartender

Angelina Jolie hates lover Brad Pitt’s dress sense – because he looks like a bartender. The Oscar-winning actress wants Brad to sack his stylists, because she dislikes his clothes so much.
Angelina’s hatred of the heartthrob actor’s dress sense allegedly came to a head when he wore a waistcoat and a white shirt to the Clinton Global Initiative conference, in New York, last month.
A source said, “There’s no delicate way to put it – Angelina downright hated what Brad wore to the conference. She even accused him of dressing like a bartender in a restaurant. She wants him to fire his stylists!”
Glamorous Angelina, 32, is known for her chic sense of style and is the face of designer boutique St John. Brad, 43, is a more casual dresser but regularly stepped out in matching outfits when he was married to Jennifer Aniston.


Britney granted overnight visit

Britney Spears has been granted one overnight visit a week with her sons.
The singer – who lost custody of Sean Preston, two, and 13-month-old Jayden James to ex-husband Kevin Federline last week – had her supervised visitation rights extended, despite arriving to the emergency court hearing in Los Angeles five hours late last week.
Britney’s lawyers filed the emergency court motion, stating the current arrangements were “disruptive” for the children, who had to be woken up from their regular 3 p.m. naps to stick to the schedule.
Before the 25-year-old star arrived, her attorney Anne Kiley told Judge Scott M. Gordon: “We’re dealing with a two-year-old and a one-year-old child, and their schedule was abruptly disrupted last week. We do think it’s an emergency for them not to have overnights.”
Judge Gordon initially refused to rule on the motion telling both parties to try and come to a mutual arrangement outside of court. After Britney arrived for the afternoon hearing, he agreed to grant her one overnight visit per week so long as a court-approved monitor is present the entire time.








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