Los Angeles, Jan 27 (IANS) Singer Rita Ora is reportedly in a romantic relationship with rapper Yoni Laham, also known by his stage name BRIDGE.
The “Poison” hitmaker met the rapper through mutual friends and they are said to have become closer after that, reports aceshowbiz.com.
The two were spotted cosying up to each other after a dinner date at a restaurant here last week. Laham was seen wrapping his arms around Ora’s shoulder. The rumoured couple was also spotted having a great time with friends.
According to a source quoted by The Sun, they “had been getting on really well and she loved his company.
“He is a bit of a socialite and they have a lot in common, especially when it comes to music. Rita has always been a big hip-hop fan and is really into his stuff.”
In fact, their friends already describe them as a couple, the source said, adding: “A lot of her mates are saying that she and Yoni are officially an item but it’s still early days. Knowing Rita, she will be taking things slow, she won’t rush into anything too quickly.”
Charlie Sheen hid HIV diagnosis from daughters
Actor Charlie Sheen’s daughters reportedly didn’t know he was HIV positive until he made the news public.
The “Anger Management” actor confirmed in November 2015 that he was diagnosed with the condition four years ago and his ex-wife Denise Richards was shocked that she had to break the news to their daughters Sam, 11, and 10-year-old Lola, femalefirst.co.uk quoted a source as saying.
The source said: “When the HIV news came out, Charlie never told them. It broke when they were at school and Denise (Richards) didn’t even have a heads-up about it. She had to explain that issue much earlier than she anticipated.”
The “World is Not Enough” actress, who is suing her ex-husband for allegedly evicting her and the children from their California home, is also have said to have struggled to find a school for the girls because of Sheen’s past erratic behaviour, including attacking their former school, Viewpoint, on his Twitter account.
The source told the New York Post newspaper’s Page Six column: “They applied to 10 schools and weren’t accepted to any of them. The schools were concerned after the situation with Viewpoint.
“They didn’t want to take the risk and have something about their school in the media or if he were to lash out at another child.
“The rejection was hard because they feel like they did something wrong. Charlie explained to them the reason they couldn’t get in was because of him.”
Kristen Stewart can’t wait to play ‘superhero’
“Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart wants to try something new in her career, like a superhero film!
The 25-year-old is known for her role as Bella Swan in the popular “Twilight” franchise.
At the the Sundance Film Festival premiere of her indie drama “Certain Women”, Steward was asked how often she got offers from big movie franchises.
She told eonline.com: “I don’t know. They’re not too common. Trust me, I would love to find a big doozy of a movie that’s interesting and worthwhile.”
Later on, the actress was asked if the “interesting and worthwhile” movie was a superhero movie.
She said: “Maybe. Go print that. I can’t wait to play a superhero.”
In addition to showing interest in a superhero movie role, Stewart also expressed her desire to work behind the camera.
Asked if she would direct a film, the actress said: “Hopefully as soon as humanly possible… I really want to. I have to find the right thing. I started working when I was nine. I love this industry. I love what movies can do so I’ll find my story.”
Kevin Hart had ‘great chemistry’ with Rock
Actor-comedian Kevin Hart says he and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson share “great chemistry” in their movie “Central Intelligence”.
The two actors star in the upcoming comedy action film, which sees Johnson play a CIA agent returning home for his high school reunion and Hart as an accountant who gets caught up in his secret mission.
Hart says they had a blast shooting the movie as he and the part-time WWE star got along so well on set, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Talking about “Central Intelligence”, the 36-year-old comic star, who can currently be seen in “Ride Along 2” with rapper Ice Cube, said: “What’s so amazing is mine and Dwayne Johnson’s chemistry – it’s a pairing that makes sense once you see it.
“I’m lucky, I keep getting great, great co-stars that only elevate projects. Me and Cube have done special things; me and DJ will do special things.”
Although Hart is carving out a reputation for himself as the go-to guy for action comedies, he is currently making his first animated movie.
The funnyman voices the character of Snowball in “The Secret Life of Pets” and he can’t wait for it to come out so his children, Heaven and Hendrix, can see it.
‘By The Sea’ was a test of Jolie, Pitt’s bond
Actress-filmmaker Angelina Jolie says making “By the Sea” together was a deliberate decision to test their relationship.
The 40-year-old directed and starred in the drama with her husband, in which they played a rowing married couple, just weeks after they tied the knot in 2014.
“It was our way of testing ourselves. We knew that if we could get through this, we would come out even stronger and happier. And we did.
“We’ve always liked putting ourselves through challenges, even though it was maybe a little more dangerous for us as a couple. I don’t think we want to go through it again though,” femalefirst.co.uk quoted Jolie as saying.
Jolie, who raises kids Maddox, 14, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, nine, and seven-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with her husband, found the first week of filming particularly difficult, until she and Pitt had a frank conversation.
When Elton John worked in a record shop
British singing legend Elton John didn’t mind working behind the counter of a music store when he had begun his career because he loved being around everything to do with music.
Back then, the “Candle in the wind” singer was already making music of his own but enjoyed spending his weekends serving customers at a store here, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“In 1970, 71, there was a music store called Music Land on Berwick Street in London which my friend worked in, which imported records.
“Every Saturday, if I wasn’t working, I’d go and work behind the counter and I loved it because I was just fascinated with what people bought and I loved being around 45s, EPs, cassettes, four-tracks, whatever, as long as it’s music,” said the Oscar and Grammy Award winning talent.