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Orlando Bloom has backtracked from comments he made on a British morning radio show this week that sparked outrage and accusations of racism over in the U.K. While promoting “Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge,” Bloom told BBC Radio 1 “Breakfast Show” host Nick Grimshaw: “I’m still a pikey from Kent, boy, I’m still a pikey from Kent. You don’t want to get on the wrong side of me, boy.” Bloom was making the reference while talking about his character in the Disney franchise, Will Turner, a blacksmith’s apprentice secretly in love with the governor’s daughter. »
- Debbie Emery
Orlando Bloom might be ready to put his nude paddleboarding pics to bed, but the rest of the world is just getting started.
The 40-year-old actor continued to get pestered about the photos during an interview with Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1 after admitting that he's "not really worried about getting my bits and blobs out" for movies.
Watch: Orlando Bloom's Friends Pose With Actor's Nude Paddleboarding Cutout for His Birthday Weekend
"We know," Grimshaw joked, setting Bloom up for a line of questioning he saw coming from a mile away.
"It's been talked about so much that I'm already over it," said the actor, who shares 6-year-old son Flynn with ex Miranda Kerr. "Is it [going to be there forever]? My poor son. He's got a lot to live up to."
"I broke the internet," he added with a laugh. "[My friends will tease me about it] forever and ever and ever."
Orlando Bloom would probably rather discuss anything else than the nude paddle boarding photos of him that were published in 2016. But, when the actor appeared on BBC Radio 1 to promote Unlocked Wednesday, host Nick Grimshaw couldn't help but ask about the pictures. "Could you take off all your clothes while sort of subtly covering your bits to camera?" Grimshaw asked. "I feel like actors are good at that, just being naked—" Bloom laughed and interjected, "Not too naked! I'm not really worried about getting my bits and gobs out. It's fine." "We know!" Grimshaw said. "Can we talk about that? What the hell? We've got to talk about it." Bloom, clearly »
The wait is over. At midnight, Harry Styles released "Sign of the Times," his highly anticipated debut solo single. The 23-year-old singer—who's set to perform on The Graham Norton Show and Saturday Night Live in April—spoke to BBC Radio 1 host Nick Grimshaw about his new music Thursday. Said Styles, "In the least weird way possible, it's my favorite album to listen to at the moment." "Sign of the Times" was produced by Jeff Bhasker and co-written by Styles, with additional production by Alex Salibian and Tyler Johnson. The music video will be revealed later this month. It was filmed in Scotland, around Isle of Skye, and it was directed by Yoann Lemoine. Since One »
Adele knows how to send a strong message. The Grammy winner gifted former One Direction singer Harry Styles a very special present in honor of his recent 21st birthday and it was nothing short of brilliant. Styles, who co-hosted BBC Radio 1's Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw this week, dished about the gift and the personalized memo that came along with it. "For my 21st she gave me one of her albums 21 and said, 'I did some pretty cool stuff when I was 21, good luck.'" Um, yeah, I guess you can say winning the Grammy Award for Album of the Year after selling over 5 million copies is "pretty cool stuff." If that's not a humble brag, we don't know what »
No matter which way you slice it, Adele is one of the best people in the entertainment industry. Despite recently breaking our hearts with the news that she may never tour again, the "Hello" singer redeemed herself a bit after we found out what she gave fellow British star Harry Styles for his 21st birthday. Harry, who turned 21 in February 2015, stopped by Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 Breakfast Show on Friday, where he opened up about his friendship (?) with Adele. "For my 21st she gave me one of her albums, 21, and said: 'I did some pretty cool stuff when I was 21, good luck.' I was like . . . 'Geez.'" Harry didn't seem to think much of the hilarious and savage gift, as he went on to praise the singer. "I think she leads by example," he continued. "She's the biggest, she's amazing, she's the best . . . so she should be the biggest. »
- Caitlin Hacker
Harry Styles is one of the world’s most eligible bachelors, whose rumoured relationships have included such famous females as Kendall Jenner and Taylor Swift — so why doesn’t he have a girlfriend? The One Direction singer explained his single-ness in an upcoming interview with Nick Grimshaw on BBC’s The Radio 1 “Breakfast Show”, reports The Daily […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Leave it to Lorde to give us a hilarious take on her hit “Green Light”, only to profess her love of Cadbury Creme Eggs. While appearing on Nick Grimshaw’s “Radio 1” breakfast show, Lorde changed her lyrics from: “I’m waiting for it, that green light, I want it,” simply to: “I’m waiting for it, that […] »
- Aynslee Darmon
Maisie Williams has a very understandable Game of Thrones fear, a fear readers everywhere probably have when it comes to her character Arya Stark: Death. "Am I going to die? Just give me a little bit of warning," she said during a visit to The Radio 1 Breakfast Show With Nick Grimshaw. Save Arya Stark. Forever. Season seven of Game of Thrones is in production, the penultimate season for the HBO fantasy drama, with a premiere date in the summer of 2017. "I make educated guesses and we try and get answers and bits of information from the writers, but they keep it close to their chest. It's so exciting…it's just a great finale, it makes me excited for the series after," »
9 items from 2017
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