Those eligible for fast-track VIP visas into the UK include winners of entertainment awards such as Oscars, Baftas, Mobos, Grammys and Brits.
The actor shared a video of the charred roads leading to his NSW property that fans labelled 'devastating'.
Leonard Cohen, the baritone-voiced Canadian hitmaker who penned the hauntingly poetic Hallelujah, has passed away at the age of 82, according to a statement posted on his official Facebook page. “It is with profound sorrow we report that legendary poet, songwriter and artist, Leonard Cohen has passed away.
Controversial rapper Azealia Banks broke down on television yesterday, as she gave her side of the story to her recent spat with Russell Crowe.
Azealia Banks has decided that she won’t be taking legal action against Russell Crowe following a disagreement at a hotel in Los Angeles. The musician was at a dinner party hosted in Russell’s hotel suite when he personally threw her out when she was reported to have been behaving ‘obnoxiously’.
Yesterday we reported that Azealia Banks had accused Hollywood actor Russell Crowe of calling her the ‘n-word’ and assaulting her. Despite the fact multiple eye-witnesses came forward to claim that this wasn’t the case, Azealia took to her Facebook page to make the shocking allegations. The rapper wrote in a now-deleted post: “To recap my night, I went to a party at Russell Crowe’s suite, at which he called me a n****r, choked me, threw me out and spat at me.
Azealia Banks has pretty much made a name for herself by being controversial, starting Twitter spats, and being racist towards Zayn Malik, however, she has hit the headlines yet again after accusing Hollywood actor Russell Crowe of calling her the ‘N-word’ and spitting on her. Eye-witnesses have defended Russell. Starting with Azealia’s version of events, the rapper took to Facebook to make her horrifying accusations, writing in a now-deleted post: “To recap my night, I went to a party at Russell Crowe’s suite, at which he called me a n****r, choked me, threw me out and spat at me.