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Celebrity News for November 13 2015

Did Gavin Rossdale Leave The Hospital Oafter Gwen Stefani Gave Birth To Sleep With The Nanny?

new bit of information has dropped about Gavin Rossdale’s past with the nanny. Now it’s said that Rossdale left his wife Gwen Stefani in the hospital after giving birth to their son, Apollo, so he could have a rendezvous with the nanny.

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Woody Allen’s ‘Annie Hall’ Voted Funniest Screenplay of All Time

Woody Allen’s groundbreaking 1977 comedy Annie Hall triumphed over 100 other films – including a handful of the director’s other works – to land at Number One on the Writers Guild of America’s list of the 101 Funniest Screenplays. The comedy’s Allen- and Marshall Brickman-penned script beat out a Top Five that included 1959’s Some Like It Hot (Number Two), 1993’s Groundhog Day (Three), 1980’s Airplane! (Four) and 1982’s Tootsie.

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Inside Billboard’s Greatest of All Time: The Most Successful Songs, Albums and Acts of the Past 50-Plus Years

Who are the top single and album artists in Hot 100 and Billboard 200 history? The Beatles (No. 1 all-time artist) and Adele (biggest album), but also Eminem, Rihanna and… Air Supply? For the first time Billboard reveals the most successful music.

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Motorhead drummer Phil Taylor dies

Former Motorhead drummer “Philthy Animal” Phil Taylor has died aged 61, his bandmate and friend has said. Guitarist “Fast” Eddie Clarke wrote on Facebook: “My dear friend and brother passed away last night… He was one hell of a character.” Taylor, from Chesterfield, played in the British heavy metal band for 14 years with Clarke and frontman Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister. He features on all the band’s hits, including Ace of Spades and Overkill. “Fortunately we made some fantastic music together and I have many, many fond memories of our time together,” Clarke said.

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George Strait songs teach Vandy basketball player English

Vanderbilt basketball player Djery Baptiste already spoke three languages when he arrived in the United States from Haiti, but George Strait taught him English.

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