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It didn't take long for Katie Hopkins to stir up trouble with her new chat show - about 20 minutes, in fact. The self-professed
Julie Burchill is the latest name rumoured to be taking part in the upcoming series of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, although
You've spent months or years slaving over a keyboard and developing an idea into a novel that you are proud of. But what many budding writers don't realise is that is only half the job.
It is with a degree of trepidation that I find myself coming to the defence of a woman who many believe is indefensible. In any case, under normal circumstances she can more than speak for herself.
It's the third week of 'Celebrity Big Brother', and the housemates have not let us down yet - still belching, bitching, flirting
The latest 'Celebrity Big Brother' nominations have been revealed with 'TOWIE' star Sam Faiers, comedian Jim Davidson and
'Celebrity Big Brother's next eviction will be one of Luisa Zissman, Liz Jones, Jim Davidson or Jasmine Waltz. One of these
Liz and Rihanna represent the archetypes of feminism, one strong and undefeated, the other weak and under constant attack. We find it hard to sympathise with Liz because she embodies everything we've worked so hard to leave behind.
It's not Rihanna's job to live up to our ideal of the perfect role model for young women. She expresses herself for a living. She's very good at it. Right now she's young and spends a lot of time going out. She's really no different from other girls her age in that respect. She just does it on a bigger scale - and we all get to come along for the ride.
Rihanna has hit back at Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones after her latest article branded the singer a "toxic role model for