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by Unknown // Wednesday, June 30, 2010 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

Ozzy Osbourne is treating wife Sharon to a trip to Venice for their 28th wedding anniversary.

The couple celebrate the epic date this year and Sharon has revealed "romantic" Ozzy has organized the trip to Italy to mark the occasion this weekend.

Sharon - who tied the knot with the rocker on July 4, 1982, in Hawaii -said during an appearance on UK TV show 'Loose Women': "My husband's taking me to Venice on Sunday because it's our 28th wedding anniversary. He's more romantic than I am! I'm kind of like straight to it, cut and dry - and he's not, he's a real softie."

The 'America's Got Talent' judge also opened up on why she decided to stop having plastic surgery, admitting she stopped "respecting" her body.

The 57-year-old star - who has a gastric band to control her weight - said: "I got to the point where I realized I was abusing... I wasn't respecting my body. I was chopping it, changing it, and it's like, hey, you've only got like one body and you have to respect it."

Sharon has previously admitting to having spent £300,000 on various cosmetic procedures, including a boob job and operations on her legs and butt.


by Unknown // Tuesday, June 29, 2010 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

Marilyn Manson finds exhibiting his art scarier than performing on stage.

The goth rocker - who is showcasing his watercolors in Vienna, Austria alongside short films by U.S. film director David Lynch - admitted he was apprehensive about seeing his work displayed for people to criticize.

Speaking at a preview of the 'Genealogies Of Pain' show at Vienna's Kunsthalle, he said: "I feel very comfortable when I'm on stage in front of thousands of people. However, it's quite frightening to come into a room that is full of my pictures and people looking at them.

"Art gives me the freedom I don't have when I make music. In music you feel a connection to the voice and think about the person behind it. In art that's secondary."

The 'Disposable Teens' hitmaker - who is engaged to actress Evan Rachel Wood - admitted he is so protective of his art, he won't show anyone his work until he is completely satisfied with it.

He added to Austria's Kurier newspaper: "When I finish a picture I don't show it to anyone if I feel it's not good enough yet. I've learnt to listen to my partners and my friends. For me it's the biggest success if they like it."

The 41-year-old rocker's work is selling for around 38,000 Euros - with the singer hoping the hefty price tag stops people from buying the pieces.

He said: "The prices are so high because I'm hoping no one will buy them."


by Unknown // Monday, June 28, 2010 // Celebrity, Upfront, News, Gossip // 0 Comments

Katy Perry "can't promise" she won't shave her head in the future.

The 'California Gurls' hitmaker thinks that unlike other famous females - including former child star Britney Spears, who infamously shaved her head at the start of her public meltdown in 2007 - she won't go off the rails because she didn't achieve success until she was 23.

She told BBC Radio 2 DJ Steve Wright: "My first record didn't take off until I was 23 so I was perhaps in a different headspace to someone who became successful at a younger age. If you're starting at 14 or 15 your maturity hasn't fully evolved.

"I'm not going to say I won't mess up, because someday I might want to shave my head. But not today because I'll get sunburn! I'm lucky because I have a great support system."

The 25-year-old singer - who is engaged to British comic Russell Brand - also admitted she was glad she took the gamble of waiting for a record deal that suited her ambitions.

She explained: "I had a very strong vision and some record companies didn't like that, but I waited for the right one and took a chance.

"I was lucky because it doesn't always pay off."


by Unknown // Monday, June 28, 2010 // Celebrity, Upfront, News // 0 Comments

Stevie Wonder closed Glastonbury last night (27.06.10) by performing with organiser Michael Eavis.

The legendary musician headlined the final evening of the world famous festival with a performance of his biggest hits, including 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours', 'Superstition' and his version of The Beatles' 'We Can Work It Out'.

And before the close of the show Stevie welcomed Michael on to the stage and sang his track 'Happy Birthday' to him to mark the event's 40th anniversary with Michael joining in.

Stevie - who is blind - also gave an emotional speech before performing his hit 'Living for the City', telling the crowd: "I believe God is about the perpetuation of life, not the destroying of it. If I could see I could really kick some a*s. If you're gonna be a hater just go drink some haterade and just die."

Michael wasn't the only impromptu on stage guest during the festival's final night.

Dance act Orbital also had a special surprise for fans when 'Doctor Who' actor Matt Smith joined them on stage as they performed a dance remix of the sci-fi show's iconic theme song.