Celebrity News Stories for December 2, 2015

Did Kanye West pay to keep a sex tape private? ‘Rapper slept with Kim lookalike before they started dating’

Kanye West paid to keep a sex tape from ever seeing the light of day, a US magazine sensationally claims. The rapper allegedly used part of his $130 million fortune to stop the release of a sex tape which is said to co-star a Kim Kardashian lookalike.

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Courteney Cox Ends Engagement with the guy from Snow Patrol

Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid have ended their engagement, 17 months after the Snow Patrol guitarist proposed, Us Weekly confirms. The pair, who got engaged in June 2014 after six months of dating, called it quits shortly before Thanksgiving.

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Russian magazine releases list of celebrities ‘forgiven’ for being gay

Ian Mckellen, Stephen Fry and Freddie Mercury all feature on the list. The Russian edition of the popular men’s magazine Maxim has published a list titled “Gays We Respect”. The list features ten male celebrities it says are “forgiven” for being gay – because they have managed to earn “respect”.

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Oprah Winfrey: ‘Taylor Swift Makes Me Cry’

Oprah Winfrey has never been a cameo at Taylor Swift’s concert but she admits that she has great respect for the 25-year-old singer. In a recent interview with Australia’s Herald Sun, Oprah revealed that she’s particularly impressed by the way Taylor managed to handle her fame.

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Studio DENIES Leonardo DiCaprio is ‘raped twice by a bear in his new film The Revenant’ in actor’s latest bid for Oscar glory

The studio behind the new Leonardo DiCaprio film The Revenant has denied claims he is ‘raped by a bear’ in one of the movie’s early scenes. It had been reported that DiCaprio’s character Hugh Glass is viciously attacked by the animal, who flips him over on to his back and proceeds to molest him.

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 Lionel Richie Reveals Plans for Upcoming Collaboration With Adele After Mashup of “Hello” Goes Viral

There’s no bigger fan of Adele’s “Hello” than Lionel Richie himself. The 66-year-old Grammy-winning artist, who enjoyed tremendous success with his own single called “Hello” in the early ’80s, is thrilled about the newfound attention the decades-old song has received since Adele released her record-breaking track in October.

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