Although Jen had recently appeared on Oprah to say they were still an item and Vince had threatened to sue US tabloids for saying he had cheated, it was officially confirmed today that the stars of The Break Up and finally broken up. Their publicists released this statement to People Magazine,
“After Jennifer’s trip to London several weeks ago, Jennifer and Vince mutually agreed to end their relationship, but continue to be good friends today”
However, US weekly is reporting that Vince is already back to living life as a single man and has been seen partying in Budapest, Hungary with friends at an exotic dance club.
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BONO has waded into the controversy over MADONNA’s adoption of Malawian baby David Banda — by saying he wants to give the boy’s father Yohane a job.
Madonna faces a court battle to keep the 14-month-old, who she brought to the UK on a temporary adoption order.
The U2 frontman thinks Yohane would fit in well at wife Ali Hewson’s ethical clothing label, Edun, where she is the creative head.
He said: “We’re trying to get jobs to Africa then people will be able to keep their children.”
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Gwyneth Paltrow has back-tracked and claimed she would “never, ever” make anti-American comments.
The Oscar-winning actress – who splits her time between London and New York with her husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin – says she is “deeply upset” by the remarks accredited to her this week and claims she was misquoted.
The 34-year-old actress was quoted as saying: “The British are much more intelligent and civilized than the Americans.”
Gwyneth told People magazine: “First of all I feel so lucky to be American. When you look at the rest of the world, we’re so lucky. I feel so proud to be American. I felt so upset to be completely misconstrued and I never, ever would have said that.
“I definitely did not say that I think the British are more intelligent and civilized than Americans. I am a New York girl. I live in England half the time because I’m married to an English guy. It’s not like I’ve left America.”
She added: “I said that Europe is a much older culture and there’s a difference. I always say in America, people live to work and in Europe, people work to live. There are positives in both.”
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December 6th, 2006 · 8 Comments
In a recent interview with the Delhi Times, Queen Rania of Jordan reflected on her role and her efficacious ability to achieve her goals, admitting: “It’s not easy being a queen. But then, I get so many opportunities like this everyday. It’s very humbling and very rewarding at the same time.”
“Being a public figure presents both challenges and opportunities to effect positive change. And I want to make a difference to the world. As far as my public life goes, it entails some ceremonial obligations. I talk to people and find out what they need and want.”
However, Queen Rania displayed a little meekness when asked about her inclusion in Forbes magazine’s list of the world’s most powerful women, revealing: “I am flattered by Forbes’ assessment, but I never think of myself in these terms. My day-to-day work revolves around the quest for social justice, that’s what drives me.”
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