There will be even more pushy Americans crowding into Downton Abbey next season.
The show’s producer has announced that Oscar-nominated actor Paul Giamatti will be joining the popular British series for the season-ending special, which airs on Christmas Day in the U.K.
To celebrate the occasion of Karen Gillan’s astonishing portrayal of Jean Shrimpton in We’ll Take Manhattan, here are five more Great British Supermodels who deserve their own moment of dramatic historical recreation.
POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERT: If you thought David Walliams looked scary when mimicking Pippa Middleton and Princess Beatrice, beware. He goes by the way of Mole from The Wind in the Willows in a forthcoming episode of Doctor Who.
It was only yesterday that we were singing the praises of Cadbury’s and their chocolate, but now they find themselves at the center of a race row, with the supermodel Naomi Campbell issuing threats of legal action over an advert …
In testimony at a war crimes trial in the Netherlands today, model Naomi Campbell said she received some “dirty looking stones” from two strangers after she attended a dinner party hosted by Nelson Mandela in 1997. …
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Naomi Campbell has been cast in Catherine Breillat‘s latest film. Breillat is known for films that contain “graphic scenes of sex and violence.” With Naomi starring, she should have no problem getting the latter.
Allegedly, saliva wasn’t the only thing Naomi Campbell was slinging at that cop at Heathrow: did she also spew racial slurs? If true, man, she’s in trouble.
Somewhere Tyra Banks is smiling a little bit wider today: Naomi Campbell has struck again! The slap-happy supermodel allegedly assaulted a police officer in Heathrow’s Terminal 5 and was arrested after boarding her British …