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Robbie Williams hints at secret steamy flings with Kylie Minogue and Nicole Kidman
Robbie Williams played his cards close to his chest as he was quizzed about rumours he dated Kylie Minogue and Nicole Kidman when he was young.The Let Me Entertain You singer, 48, is now happily to married to wife Ayda and they have four children together.Before that he was linked to a string of famous women including Mel C and Nicole Appleton and there has been speculation about Kylie and Nicole being on the list too.READ MORE: Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field shares selfie from hospital bed before surgeryAccording to the Daily Mail, Rock DJ singer Robbie was asked about the stars - who he has performed with - in a recent interview with Paris Match.And his response was a bit cryptic, with the star jokingly referring to former US President Bill Clinton saying of his alleged relationship with Monica Lewinsky: "I did not have sexual relations with that woman."Robbie apparently told the French magazine: "As Bill Clinton would say, I never had any relationship with any of these women."The hitmaker first started dating Ayda in 2006 and they went on to tie the knot in 2010.They welcomed a daughter named Teddy two years later then they had son Charlie in 2014.Four years later the stars added to their brood by having daughter Coco via a surrogate. In 2020 they welcomed son Beau, who was born via the same surrogate who'd helped them have Coco.The former Take That star has previously said that he loves being a dad.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Speaking on Real Radio North East's breakfast show a few years back after having Teddy, he said: "I am on nappy patrol.
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Taron Egerton 'felt very, very famous' meeting Britney Spears
Video: Taron Egerton 'felt very, very famous' when meeting Britney Spears (Cover Video)Chris Pratt's Garfield movie to be released in 2024Kanye West accuses Adidas of creating Yeezy Day without his permissionDonald Glover defends Atlanta amid claims the show is only for white peopleBatgirl directors 'shocked' by decision to shelve movieFormer BBC producer Sam McAlister claims Prince Andrew brought Princess Beatrice for interview negotiationsIoan Gruffudd obtains three-year restraining order against Alice EvansEllen Pompeo scaling back role on Grey's AnatomyLil Nas X gushes over Beyoncé's new albumChrissy Teigen pregnantVin Scully, iconic Dodgers broadcaster, dead at 94Monica Lewinsky calls out Beyoncé for 'Partition' lyrics'Batgirl' won't be released on HBO Max or in theatersIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Brad Pitt defends Ana de Armas' casting as Marilyn Monroe in BlondeIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Dev Patel broke up a knife fight in AustraliaCarly Rae Jepsen talks loneliness ahead of new album releaseParis Hilton confirms Britney Spears' duet with Elton JohnThe pop star captioned the video, "Coolest guy ever!!! Such a freaking fan!"On how Britney acted at the party, Taron recalled, "She was very, very, very lovely. "The actor also admitted that he had been a Britney fan since her early days, saying, "I was exactly the right age to have been swept up in all that mania.
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Monica Lewinsky Suggests Beyoncé Change 'Partition' Lyric About Her Amid 'Heated' Backlash
Beyoncé confirmed that she would be changing a lyric in her song “Heated," Monica Lewinsky is suggesting another change to an older track.The outspoken activist and public speaker took to Twitter on Monday, where she shared a link to an article about Beyoncé's decision to change a lyric deemed offensive on her new album.Lewinsky remarked, «uhmm, while we’re at it… #Partition.»uhmm, while we’re at it… #Partition Beyoncé to Remove Renaissance Lyric After Outrage: Ableist, Offensive — Variety's comment is in reference to Beyoncé's 2014 single «Partition,» in which she refers to Lewinsky by name, in connection to her infamous relationship with Bill Clinton in the mid-'90s.«Now my mascara running, red lipstick smudged/ Oh he so horny, he want to f**k/ He popped all my buttons, and he ripped my blouse/ He Monica Lewinsky’d all on my gown.»Back in 2014, Lewinsky spoke out for the first time in years in an op-ed for about how she managed to overcome the abuse and public shaming directed at her following the Clinton scandal. In the article, she addressed «Partition» and suggested a change to the lyrics: «Thanks, Beyoncé, but if we’re verbing, I think you meant ‘Bill Clinton’d all on my gown,’ not ‘Monica Lewinsky’d.’»On Monday, one Twitter user asked Lewinsky if she'd ever actually reached out to Beyonce or her reps about the lyric.«No, i haven’t.
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Monica Lewinsky trolls Beyoncé to change lyrics about her in 2013 song
Beyoncé announced that she’d be removing an offensive song lyric from her new tune “Heated” following criticism from disability advocates and users on social media.The track — from her seventh studio album, “Renaissance” — was called out for being “ableist” for the singer’s use of the word “spaz,” with the artist singing: “Spazzin’ on that ass, spaz on that ass.”The lyric caused major backlash online, with Beyoncé’s team confirming it will be removed.“The word, not used intentionally in a harmful way, will be replaced,” reads the statement, obtained by Variety.Now, 49-year-old Lewinsky — who made headlines worldwide in the mid-1990s when she had an affair with then-President Bill Clinton, now 75, while she worked as a White House intern in her early 20s — tweeted to suggest that Beyoncé change a lyric from her 2013 song “Partition.”“Uhmm, while we’re at it … #Partition,” Lewinsky wrote on Monday, commenting on an article about the “Heated” lyric.Beyoncé, 40, references the infamous affair in the song “Partition,” singing: “He popped all my buttons, and he ripped my blouse / He Monica Lewinsky’d all on my gown.”Lewinsky’s tweet was met with mixed responses. Some called her out for comparing a sex scandal to being disabled.“Girl it’s been nearly a decade.