Russell Brand sex tape
WTF: Weekly Trivia Fle
- Alan Carr has been voted the celeb people would most like to see turned into a gnome.
- Think the British comedy industry is tough? One of the biggest comedians in Israel, 62-year-old Dudu Topaz, yesterday hanged himself with the cord of a kettle in his prison cell, where he was awaiting trail for allegedly hiring thugs to beat up the TV executives who had cancelled his show.
- David Walliams celebrated his 38th birthday last night, with a party attended by Katie Price, Geri Halliwell and Matt Lucas, James Corden and Rod Stewart’s daughter Kimberley, among others.
- A fake rumour claiming that Eddie Murphy is dead resurfaced this week. The story, which has been knocking around for more than a year, claims that the 48-year-old comic, was killed in an accident on the Los Angeles set of the film Left 4 Dead, based on a video game. Murphy is, in fact, very much alive. His career on the other hand…
- YouTube clip of the week this time comes from Russell Brand, demonstrating his sexual prowess on his friend Danny O'Leary in video footage, shot in an office:
- Mike Myers has revealed he almost lost a toe after using his foot to stop his scooter while on holiday in Fiji last year. He said ‘I put my foot down and tried to stop and took the top of my foot off. I was wearing sandals, which was stupid. There was this arterial spray. It was like the opening credits of Saving Private Ryan.’
- Alan Davies is fighting to save the historic art deco cinema in Walthamstow, East London, where Alfred Hitchcock first saw the films that inspired his career, from being turned into a place of worship for the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, a controversial and wealthy organisation that claims to offer protection from black magic. The QI star said: ‘I spent many happy hours there as a child and find it extraordinary that its preservation as a cinema for local people is not a priority.’
- A punter arrived at Simon Munnery's AGM in The Stand Comedy Club with a parrot this week – but was not allowed in for fears the squawking would disrupt the show.
SOURCES: Daily Mirror, Ha'aretz, Mr Papparazzi, The Inquisitor, YouTube, BlendCelebrity, Chortle, The Scotsman
Posted: 21 Aug 2009