I was out with a lady bodybuilder last night who says that old man Arnold Schwarzenegger is missing a testicle.
soapy_handerton 22:56, reply
A couple of months later it was pouring with rain. I didn't mind because I had Bobby Gillespie's umbrella. I popped into HMV on Oxford st and there was a thoroughly drenched Mr G looking through the CDs, sheltering from the rain. That'll teach you to try and chat up my girlfriend 12 years ago, you wanker.
deep_stoat 14:36, reply
That was all perfectly believable until you mentioned having a girlfriend.
plasticflamingo 15:46, reply
was the streak of piss that he bought an orange Dodge Challenger and left it parked around Primrose Hill for the majority of the late 90's and early 2000s. I think the roadie drove it. He didn't. He got my mate to do a painting of it - I think he paid him upfront - for the cover of what was to become the Xterminator album. Then, due to fearsome levels of Bayer's finest diamorphine-based cure all, forgot about it. Years later a semi-clean Bobby bumps into him outside the Landsdown. 'Have yer got that painting mate?' 'Nah, I lost it' my mate lied. It was actually hanging above my fireplace. Fuck him.
gordonsalive 15:17, reply
to Oslo (torp - which is like saying London Nottingham).
I wanted to thank him for all the stuff he has done but I ignored him like most other passengers. I felt sorry for the famous and especially the wives (or husbands) of the famous. When we landed back in Stansted he waited for his wife by the ladies loo like a normal person. Because when all is said and done celebrities really are just normal, albeit middle class people, just trying to have a nice time without being harassed.
desperatehouseflies 20:00, reply
That Eastenders bar, opened by someone who was definitely in Eastenders has now closed again, it lasted eight months.
The other pub run by the guy who genuinely had a friend from Eastenders doing a star turn is still closed, since the landlord went to jail.
The Banksy is still gone.
at PR for years. They handled Jude Law, and when Nannygate hit, the papers went to town because Public Eye never let Jude do interviews with them anyway, so they had nothing to lose. So much for PR muscle. Public Eye also favour a contract where interviewers have to sign an agreement that they will only use the quotes once. How Public Eye proposed to chase and punish re-use of quotes once in the public domain mystified all concerned.
celtiagirl 11:56, reply
Public Eye has always made the press hate their clients.
Film and TV companies hate them as they repeatedly decline much needed interviews only agreeing time to a very exclusive inner circle.
Even the clients get pissed off.
Jamie Oliver left Outside for Public Eye and lasted six months.
When the chinless Sloane assigned to him kept telling him not to talk to tabloids and just do a yearly fluffy Sunday mag shoot he had to repeatedly explain that Telegraph readers weren't the people he was trying to reach.
He eventually gave up and hired his own.