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Star Came Face-To-Face With Escaped Mental Patient... In His Own Kitchen

Britpop legend Noel Gallagher has told of the terrifying moment he was confronted by an escaped mentally ill patient - who broke into his kitchen.
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Britpop Legend Admits He's Human Like The Rest Of Us

He wrote the track Live Forever and also penned Supersonic - a song that summed up the youthful excess of the Britpop movement.
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Feminism: It might just be ruining your love life

Julie Burchill has hit feminists where it hurts. The writer told Loaded magazine some home truths: “Some women want a man to tick all the boxes – handsome, rich, great job – but would be outraged if men subjected them to a similar shopping list.”. I’m guilty of it myself. And every girlfriend I ask tells me she’s done it, too.
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Lea Seydoux dating mystery man

'Spectre' star Lea Seydoux has a secret boyfriend and thinks she's ''in love''. The Bond girl has revealed she is in a relationship with a guy who is ''very good at philosophy'' and although she is reluctant to reveal his identity she is blissfully happy with him. Speaking about her boyfriend in Loaded magazine, she said: ''He isn't an actor or famous, he is very good at philosophy and I'm in love, I think.''
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Lea Seydoux dating mystery man

'Spectre' star Lea Seydoux has a secret boyfriend and thinks she's "in love". The Bond girl has revealed she is in a relationship with a guy who is "very good at philosophy" and although she is reluctant to reveal his identity she is blissfully happy with him. Speaking about her boyfriend in Loaded magazine, she said: "He isn't an actor or famous, he is very good at philosophy and I'm in love, I think."
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Julie Burchill believes many women are unsure of what they want in a man

Julie Burchill believes many women are unsure of what they want in a man. The feminist writer says it is because they have been controlled for so long. Published: 10:02 EST, 4 March 2015 | Updated: 10:04 EST, 4 March 2015. 'What Do Women Want' is such a common question that it inspired a Hollywood movie starring Mel Gibson.
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Jennifer Lopez - Jennifer Lopez rates best lovers

Jennifer Lopez thinks ''singers or dancers'' make the best lovers. The 'On the Floor' hitmaker was previously married to waiter Ojani Noa, dancer Cris Judd and singer Marc Anthony, and was engaged to actor Ben Affleck and dated dancer Casper Smart and rapper P. Diddy, and she has now suggested not all the men in her life have been impressive in the bedroom.
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Lea Seydoux - Lea Seydoux dating mystery man

'Spectre' star Lea Seydoux has a secret boyfriend and thinks she's ''in love''. The Bond girl has revealed she is in a relationship with a guy who is ''very good at philosophy'' and although she is reluctant to reveal his identity she is blissfully happy with him. Speaking about her boyfriend in Loaded magazine, she said: ''He isn't an actor or famous, he is very good at philosophy and I'm in love, I think.''
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Eddie Redmayne and Prince William 'haven't stayed in touch' since Eton

For a number of years they were at school together and were even in the same rugby team. But Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne has revealed that he and Prince William have not spoken to each other since leaving Eton. The British star, who has earned a slew of prestigious awards for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, made the frank admission in an interview with Loaded magazine.
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Peter Crouch insists Stoke won't settle for mid-table mediocrity this season

Peter Crouch has insisted Stoke City won't settle for mid-table mediocrity this season. The Potters currently sit at tenth place in the Premier League, but the former England striker insists boss Mark Hughes is keeping the squad on their toes. "At Stoke, we put a stop to any malaise creeping in because our manager Mark Hughes breaks the season into plenty of small blocks (four or five games) and sets us targets to achieve within those," Crouch writes in his monthly column in Loaded magazine.
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Abbey Clancy shows off her prominent baby bump

Abbey Clancy has shared a new photo of her blossoming baby bump. On Sunday the British model, who will welcome her second child with husband Peter Crouch in May, showed off her rounded tummy in an Instagram post. The 29-year-old mum-to-be simply captioned the picture with a surprised face emoji, possibly expressing her shock at how soon her baby is due or at the size of her prominent bump.
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Men's magazine ABCs, second half of 2014: Zoo halts decline and Loaded publishes new sales figure

Free weeklies Shortlist (down 6.4 per cent to 500,449) and Sport (301,502, down 0.9 per cent) are the biggest circulation titles. Monthlies Men's Health (200,156, down 6.2 per cent) and GQ (125,090, down 1.5 per cent) led the way on paid-for sales. Haymarket's Forever Sports, which launched last March and recorded a circulation of 62,277 in the first half of 2014, recorded a circulation of 90,093 and moved above FHM to become the third most popular paid-for men's title.
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