The footballer’s wife Rebekah was made to eat cockroaches, an ostrich’s foot and a lamb’s anus in the trial.
Jim Carrey has said that he finally feels able to manage his depression after a decades-long battle. The US comedian, 55, claimed that he is now “sometimes happy” as his depression doesn’t stay long enough to “immerse” him anymore. In a candid interview about his mental health, the Dumb and Dumber star said that he had reached a point where he is not experiencing depression.
Piers Morgan has accused Lily Allen of harassing him after they got into a Twitter spat over mental health. Morgan, 52, claimed that Denise Welch used his name to ‘stay relevant’ after she accused the Good Morning Britain presenter of not taking mental health seriously. Tweeting a link to an interview the actress gave in which she slammed Morgan, he wrote: “I’ve noticed Ms Welch does this whenever she hasn’t been in the papers for a while.
Nicholas Hoult has opened up about life with girlfriend Bryana Holly — and says he prefers hanging out with women to men. Hoult lives at his flat in north-west London and said he was relaxed about Holly, 24, moving her things in. Hoult, 27, who found wider fame in E4’s teen drama Skins, said some of his closest friends were women and that his relationships with them have a “different balance” to those with his male friends.
When Josh Homme formed Queens of the Stone Age from the ashes of stoner rock behemoths Kyuss in 1996, few would have predicted that his new project would eventually become an arena conquering act. In the main, Queens of the Stone Age have struck a fine balance between style and substance and it’s heartening to see a band that has made barely any compromises succeed on such a grand scale. Not content with playing just one of the capital’s vast concrete enormodomes, this run, in aid of the newly-released Mark Ronson produced seventh opus Villains, sees them playing to approximately 30,000 people in London across two evenings, firstly at Wembley and tonight’s gathering at The O2 in Greenwich.
Depeche Mode, formed in 1980, have always felt vital – you’d never catch them on an Eighties revival tour alongside Living in a Box – and their latest album, Spirit (produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford), is an angry, raw work that despairs at our leaders and desires.