Monday, 30 June 2008

Uma Thurman to marry multi-millionaire

Actress Uma Thurman has announced her engagement to Swiss financier Arpad Busson.

The Pulp Fiction star was previously married to Ethan Hawke, with whom she has two children, following a first marriage to Gary Oldman.

Busson reportedly presented Thurman with an eight-carat gem surrounded by 20 smaller stones, with a source saying: "It's the most beautiful piece I've ever seen."

He also has two children with the supermodel Elle Macpherson, with whom he split from in 2005.

The couple have been spending time together between their homes in London and New York since meeting at a private dinner party in Milan last year.

Jack Jordan was recently sentenced to three years probation and treatment after being convicted of stalking Thurman and her family for two years.

The 38-year-old was accused of repeatedly turning up on the actress's doorstep, as well as sending emails to the actress's father and brother.

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Thursday, 26 June 2008

Charlotte wants six babies

Charlotte Church has said she would like to have six children to make up her own rugby team.

The Welsh singer recently announced that she is expecting her second child with rugby player boyfriend Gavin Henson.

"I want between four and six and Gavin wants eight," she said.

"I want all my babies by the time I'm 32 so then I can have everything done!

"We want to have our babies young and then I'm going to get married and look fabulous for that.

"We're trying to create a little rugby team."

The 22-year-old has said that she will continue to present her Channel 4 chat show and is keen to relaunch her singing career.

In related news, the Mirror has reported that Church is to throw a huge christening party for her daughter Ruby at her home this weekend.

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Monday, 2 June 2008

Piers Morgan signs two-year deal with ITV

Piers Morgan has signed an exclusive two-year deal with ITV, it has emerged.

The former editor of the Daily Mirror is currently on the judging panel of ITV 1's Britain's Got Talent and will return for its third series, it has been confirmed.

After a successful stint presenting Sandbanks, a three-part documentary series about the exclusive south coast resort which attracted 3.1 million viewers, Morgan will helm three more documentaries for ITV in 2009.

Peter Fincham, ITV's director of television called Morgan "one of the most sought-after and popular entertainment personalities on British television".

"I'm delighted that we have been able to secure an exclusive partnership with him on ITV."

Morgan himself said he was "delighted to be joining ITV at such an exciting time of change and evolution for the network".

"[I] look forward to making some innovative new entertainment programmes over the next few years," he said.

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