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The Rolling Stones opened up their 2013 North American leg of their "50 And Counting..." tour Friday night in Los Angeles, but it was rather obvious special guest Gwen Stefani didn't quite get the memo.
The group's 23-song set at Staples Center kicked off with the UCLA Marching Band coming out before "Get Off My Cloud" but it was Stefani's guest appearance during "Wild Horses" which had many diehard fans talking afterwards. As shown in a YouTube clip, Stefani didn't quite know the lyrics to the classic, fumbling through a few lines in the second verse before Mick Jagger saved her from further embarrassment.
The lyrics are: "I watched you suffer a dull aching pain/Now you decided to show me the same/No sweeping exits or off stage lines/Could make me feel bitter or treat you unkind." However seconds into the clip (which doesn't show the entire song) Stefani can »
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Sienna Miller doesn't follow fashion. The 'Factory Girl' actress insists she is too busy caring for nine-month-old daughter Marlowe - who she has with fiance Tom Sturridge - to pay attention to trends, and thinks her status as a style icon was simply down to being in the 'right place at the right time'. Sienna told French newspaper supplement Madame Figaro: 'I don't even know what the current trends are! With my daughter, Marlowe, I'm not really able to follow fashion. To be honest, I've never paid much attention to it. 'I was just at the right place at the right time. I love fashion, but I'm not obsessed with it. I like to work on my style »
In 1962 England’s foremost director, Alfred Hitchcock, began the search for a leading lady to headline his most ambitious project to date – The Birds. The anticipated follow-up to Psycho demanded a cool blonde centre-screen but Hitchcock-muse Grace Kelly had already traded her ice queen crown for the real thing. The Girl recounts the unbelievable story of the girl who won the role and stole the heart, and mind, of Hitch.
An Alfred Hitchcock film is arguably as recognisable as his distinctive profile. The details of his private life are perhaps less widely known. Toby Jones wears Hitchcock’s familiar mannerisms with the ease of a man shrugging on an old winter coat and carries the burden of the great man’s bulk with panache. He guides us through the uncomfortable territory of Hitch’s obsession with Tippi Hedren with a captivating performance and, from the outset, Julian Jarrold’s The Girl »
- Emily Breen
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