Appaz, since her split with Tyga, Kylie Jenner has been caught in a love triangle with two rappers by the name of Savage 21 and Savage 22. The rivals have been vying for her attention with Savage 22 reportedly releasing a song about her named Kylie’s Daddy. Although Ellie Goulding insists she was never in a relationship with Ed Sheeran, fans speculate that Ed’s song 'Don’t' was about Ellie sneaking off to sleep in the same room as Niall Horan when he had feelings for her. After Justin and Selena Gomez split up for the zillionth time, she apparently started dating Orlando Bloom, which was odd in itself after rumours of Orlando’s ex-wife Miranda Kerr cheating on him with Justin had circulated.
And she did admit she had been on a ‘few dates’ with Nialler. Orlando and Justin came face to face in a restaurant in Ibiza where, reports say, Justin yelled ‘What’s up, b*tch?
This week Radio 4’s In Our Time presented by Melvyn Bragg celebrated its 750th edition with a discussion about the 19th-century mad poet John Clare.
The other day they talked about parasites – head lice and hookworms.
"He's a wealthy guy and he has talent but there are too many embarrassing pictures of him leaving clubs with glamour girls for her liking." When in Rome, or anywhere else in the world, eh Caggie?
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You fear for the poor lamb when he is trapped at the bottom of a scrum, as you would have feared for David Beckham in the same situation. Yes, there was a Bloodgate a few years back, an unsavoury little episode in which a Harlequins player used fake blood bought in a joke shop to simulate injury. If we see a player writhing about on the ground at Twickenham, we assume he is hurt.
CAGGIE Dunlop was renowned for her on-off relationship with Made In Chelsea lothario Spencer Matthews.
Of course in my assigned class role as unsporty geek in glasses nobody ever threw the ball at me. And if you did happen to get your hands on the wretched ball you were instantly surrounded by a posse of hysterical creatures waving their arms in your face while you did all that ridiculous swivelling and pivoting. In an alarming report they say that more than 164,000 grown women now play once a week. The BBC “won’t be the Auntie that dispensed culture from on high”, he announces. I want that from the BBC and, yes, I want expertise and elitism.
Purnell was talking about the remake of Civilisation, the 1969 series presented by Sir Kenneth Clark, a man who was never knowingly down with the kids.
Well let’s put it this way: if the Government offered me £17million to play I’d run away screaming. Yet now they were desperate to have a heavy leather ball lobbed at their heads. Outfits such as Sport England, who want us all running and puffing for the sake of our ’elf, like to pretend netball is a sisterly, friendly, inclusive activity. Worse still there is “walking netball” for the older woman… Next thing you know it will be compulsory games on a Wednesday afternoon. About as friendly and inclusive as The Hunger Games. Doesn't your heart sink when the BBC’s new director of strategy James Purnell proclaims an end to elitism? I have thoughtful friends but I don’t look to them for enlightenment and education.
But in netball you were trapped on a small hard court full of excited girls jumping up and down. Ten minutes earlier in the changing room we’d been having sensible conversations about pop music and eyeliner. Play netball as a known and irredeemable duffer and you may as well be invisible.