Jordan talks about how Peter Andre‘s recovery from meningitis: “We have not been able to have sex yet. I can’t move and he is too ill – we are as bad as each other! He did blow his load once and I said, ‘Oh, you are getting better then!” The woman’s all class.(The Sun)
A Channel 4 doc that featured a 26-year-old virgin being “taught to have sex” has outraged viewers and media watchdogs. Apparently, the show depicted him having sex with his “coach” and engaging in mutual masturbation with a close friend. One Daily Mail reader says, “It was gratuitous. I turned to C4 at the point that an aging lass was giving this lad what appeared to be a ‘hand shandy’. The whole concept and its ‘industry’ [are] quite bizarre. The postscript said he has not had sex since…is that because he’s been put off? He’s unlikely to pull a decent bird now!”
Let’s see: she’s a model, singer, comedienne, designer, socialite. Will Kate Moss now step into the hair care arena?
Oh, my word: What Not To Wear host Mica Paris shows up to a charity event with the label still attached to her dress.(Hello!)
Russell Brand dons a bikini and scrawls a birthday message to Noel Gallagher on his tummy.(The Sun)
Mischa Barton has signed on to co-star with Brand in the St. Trinian’s film. Will she be the “sexual terrorist’s” next victim?(BBC)
Jose Mourinho, the (hot) Portuguese-born coach of the Chelsea football club, was arrested when he allegedly refused to allow police to take his Yorkshire terrier. According to the BBC, “Scotland Yard, which stressed that the operation was led by the Animal Health and Welfare Service, confirmed the dog was to be seized under the Animal Health Act of 1981 and Rabies Order Act of 1974.”
The Shipwrecked castaway who shocked audiences with her racist, pro-slavery comments speaks of the abuse she suffered upon returning to the UK. (Scotsman)
Kevin Wicks founded BBCAmerica.com's Anglophenia blog back in 2005 and has been translating British culture for an American audience ever since. While not British himself—he was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri—he once received inordinate hospitality in London for sharing the name of a dead but beloved EastEnders character. His Anglophilia stems from a high school love of Morrissey, whom he calls his "gateway drug" into British culture.