Rocker Noel Gallagher is glad he never learned to drive a car as his hair-trigger temper would spark frequent bouts of road rage.
The things they say:
Actress Shannen Doherty confessed her "heart breaks" for her former Beverly Hills 90210 castmate Tori Spelling, after seeing her marriage troubles play out on TV.
Drugs baron-turned-author Howard Marks is battling inoperable bowel cancer.
The things they say:
British pop star Cheryl Cole has set up a charity to help deprived youngsters in the area where she grew up.
Actress Regina Hall missed out on becoming a nun at 40, because she was too old and had chalked up too many sexual partners.
British rocker Noel Gallagher has vowed never to let his collaborative album with psychedelic collective Amorphous Androgynous "see the light of day" because he can't be bothered to re-mix the whole record.
Stanley Tucci jokingly told Miranda Richardson he would "leave his wife" for her as he presented the British actress with an achievement award in London on Sunday (18Jan15).
The actor who plays North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in The Interview is adamant he never feared for his safety during the furore over the film, but insists he is "glad that whole chapter is done".
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