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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie said "I do" in the south of France

Le 16 décembre 2014, 08:15 dans Humeurs 0

This year will be remembered as the year Hollywood heart-throbs Brad Pitt and George Clooney became officially off the market. Following years of being the film world’s hottest bachelors, Brad and George both tied the knot in romantic European locations, surrounded by their family and friends.

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After 11 years together, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie said "I do" in the south of France. The couple's six children played a key role in their big day, with Angelina even choosing to have her veil adorned with colourful drawings by the youngsters.

The following month, Venice played host to George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding. Stars including Matt Damon, Bill Murray, Cindy Crawford and Bono caused a stir as they cruised along the Grand Canal to the Aman Canal Grande hotel, where the couple said their vows.

This year also saw celebrities including Cheryl Cole, Poppy Delevingne and Danny Jones tie the knot, while Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding picture became the most liked Instagram photo of all time.

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Harry Styles leads celebrities sending love and prayers to Sydney

Le 16 décembre 2014, 08:12 dans Humeurs 0

One Direction star Harry Styles is among the stars sending love and prayers – and hoping for a peaceful end to the hostage situation in Sydney.

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On Monday news broke of an armed man holding a group of people at a café in Martin Place, in the city's centre, 15 remaining after five managed to escape at around 3.45pm local time. Harry tweeted to his 22.9 million followers.: "Thinking of everyone involved in Sydney. Hope everyone gets out safely. Send love."     The British musician was joined by several Australian stars sharing their concern on social media, including Shane Warne. Elizabeth Hurley's former love posted to his more than 1.8 million fans: "Just heard what's happening in Sydney, Please be safe up there, wish these terrible things would never happen, thinking of you all."

The cricketer, who hails from the Upper Ferntree Gully suburb of Melbourne, also posted an instagram picture of the words "Pray for Sydney."

The hashtag of these three words was trending on Twitter on Monday, with celebrities including Delta Goodrem using it. The singer said she was "praying with all my heart and soul that everyone stays safe". The sydney-born singer also posted a picture of the word "peace" to Instagram.

Darwin-born singer Jessica Mauboy also urged her followers on Istagram to pray for the those caught up in the drama.            "This is super crazy! #prayers going out to the people in this situation right now and to all the families that are connected! #MartinPlace #Sydney #LindtChocolateCafe,' wrote the former Australian Idol contestant.

Australian model Nicole Trunfio - who now resides in New York - was equally affected. "#prayforsydney I'm about to go to sleep over here in the USA but I cannot due to this tragic event taking place in my home country," she wrote. "As Beyoncé said 'I'm a humanist' We should treat one another with love and compassion.

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John Cleese thinks political correctness is ''condescending.''

Le 29 novembre 2014, 04:30 dans Humeurs 0

The controversial comic has made jokes about a variety of cultural stereotypes during his career, but admits he finds it ridiculous there are certain countries which are off-limits to laugh at.

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Talking about political correctness, he said: ''It starts as a half way decent idea and then it goes completely wrong and is taken ad absurdum,''

The 'Monty Python' star elaborated on his point, by giving an example of a situation when his audiences became outraged by some of his gags.

He continued: ''Make jokes about Swedes and Germans and French and English and Canadians and Americans, why can't we make jokes about Mexicans? Is it because they are so feeble that they can't look after themselves?

''It's very very condescending there.''

The 75-year-old actor - who married his fourth wife, Jennifer Wade, in 2012 - made the comments when speaking to fellow comedian Bill Mayer on HBO's 'Real Time', with the pair also discussing the risk a comic takes if they joke about Muslims

Bill - who has been criticised for his jokes about Islam in the past - said: ''[You can't joke about] Muslims. Try that, see what your Twitter feed says.''

The 'Fawlty Towers' star replied: ''That's not saying that you can't, that's just saying that they'll kill you.

''But the problem is, if you are going to make jokes about people who are going to kill you, there is a tendency to hold back a little.''

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