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    Katie Price appears to be rushing headlong into yet another celebrity feud.

    Following her day out with Danny Cipriani, the glamour girl is reportedly in trouble with fellow lads' mag favourite Imogen Thomas.

    Yesterday the former Big Brother housemate branded Cipriani the "biggest bull******* out there", suggesting she had enjoyed a Las Vegas fling with the rugby player.
    Now she is rumoured to be on the warpath and her sights are locked on Katie.

    The paper claims Imogen is furious with Price, whom she believes is only dating Danny as part of a revenge attack.

    Back in 2009, a video Katie swearing in front of her three children mysteriously emerged... and Imogen got the blame.

    A friend of the Welsh model told The Sun: "She thinks it's revenge. She loathes Katie over Danny and is raging she'll get her. She says Katie knew she'd started seeing him."

    In a Katie versus Imogen catfight, our money's on Price.

    Then again, you know what they say about a woman scorned...

    Who do you think would win the battle of the glamour girls - Katie or Imogen? Leave a comment below...

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    There's nothing more satisfying than a good old fashioned celebrity ding dong, and we've hand-picked some of the juiciest showbiz feuds for your enjoyment...
     

     


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    Katie Price appears to be rushing headlong into yet another celebrity feud.

    Following her day out with Danny Cipriani, the glamour girl is reportedly in trouble with fellow lads' mag favourite Imogen Thomas.

    Yesterday the former Big Brother housemate branded Cipriani the "biggest bull******* out there", suggesting she had enjoyed a Las Vegas fling with the rugby player.
    Now she is rumoured to be on the warpath and her sights are locked on Katie.

    The paper claims Imogen is furious with Price, whom she believes is only dating Danny as part of a revenge attack.

    Back in 2009, a video Katie swearing in front of her three children mysteriously emerged... and Imogen got the blame.

    A friend of the Welsh model told The Sun: "She thinks it's revenge. She loathes Katie over Danny and is raging she'll get her. She says Katie knew she'd started seeing him."

    In a Katie versus Imogen catfight, our money's on Price.

    Then again, you know what they say about a woman scorned...

    Who do you think would win the battle of the glamour girls - Katie or Imogen? Leave a comment below...

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    There's nothing more satisfying than a good old fashioned celebrity ding dong, and we've hand-picked some of the juiciest showbiz feuds for your enjoyment...
     

     


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    It's the least surprising X Factor headline of the year!

    Kitty Brucknell
    is reportedly causing chaos inside the house and is rumoured to be one row away from her very own hotel room.

    According to The Mirror, late-night hot tub sessions, storming rows and 5am rehearsals are all in a day's work for Kitty, who has already received death threats from viewers.

    Unsurprisingly, her fellow wannabes are none too pleased.

    Insiders say the blonde diva could soon become the latest name on Frankie Cocozza's tattooed backside after getting "touchy-feely" with the ladies' boy in the Jacuzzi.

    And her behaviour is so erratic that producers are genuinely concerned.
    Kitty and Jonjo Kerr have already been involved in a heated row which reportedly ended with the pair being pulled apart.

    And yesterday she decided to rehearse on the "gallery landing" at 5am.

    A show source told the tabloid: "In previous years we've struggled to control some of the rows in the house, and we're now seriously considering moving Kitty to another location to make things easier for all concerned.

    "This week there have been a catalogue of incidents and she is a nightmare to deal with. If things don't change we will have to take drastic action."

    Last weekend Kitty's mum expressed concern over bullying from fellow hopefuls but the eccentric singer insisted: "I did the show and I have got no regrets. There is no bad editing, what you see is what you get."

    What do you think - will Kitty's diva antics ruin her chances? Leave a comment below...

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    Yesterday we revealed that four acts will be axed on this weekend's show. The question is, who is facing the chop?...
     

     


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    It's the least surprising X Factor headline of the year!

    Kitty Brucknell
    is reportedly causing chaos inside the house and is rumoured to be one row away from her very own hotel room.

    According to The Mirror, late-night hot tub sessions, storming rows and 5am rehearsals are all in a day's work for Kitty, who has already received death threats from viewers.

    Unsurprisingly, her fellow wannabes are none too pleased.

    Insiders say the blonde diva could soon become the latest name on Frankie Cocozza's tattooed backside after getting "touchy-feely" with the ladies' boy in the Jacuzzi.

    And her behaviour is so erratic that producers are genuinely concerned.
    Kitty and Jonjo Kerr have already been involved in a heated row which reportedly ended with the pair being pulled apart.

    And yesterday she decided to rehearse on the "gallery landing" at 5am.

    A show source told the tabloid: "In previous years we've struggled to control some of the rows in the house, and we're now seriously considering moving Kitty to another location to make things easier for all concerned.

    "This week there have been a catalogue of incidents and she is a nightmare to deal with. If things don't change we will have to take drastic action."

    Last weekend Kitty's mum expressed concern over bullying from fellow hopefuls but the eccentric singer insisted: "I did the show and I have got no regrets. There is no bad editing, what you see is what you get."

    What do you think - will Kitty's diva antics ruin her chances? Leave a comment below...

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    Yesterday we revealed that four acts will be axed on this weekend's show. The question is, who is facing the chop?...
     

     


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    ITV

    It's the least surprising X Factor headline of the year!

    Kitty Brucknell
    is reportedly causing chaos inside the house and is rumoured to be one row away from her very own hotel room.

    According to The Mirror, late-night hot tub sessions, storming rows and 5am rehearsals are all in a day's work for Kitty, who has already received death threats from viewers.

    Unsurprisingly, her fellow wannabes are none too pleased.

    Insiders say the blonde diva could soon become the latest name on Frankie Cocozza's tattooed backside after getting "touchy-feely" with the ladies' boy in the Jacuzzi.

    And her behaviour is so erratic that producers are genuinely concerned.
    Kitty and Jonjo Kerr have already been involved in a heated row which reportedly ended with the pair being pulled apart.

    And yesterday she decided to rehearse on the "gallery landing" at 5am.

    A show source told the tabloid: "In previous years we've struggled to control some of the rows in the house, and we're now seriously considering moving Kitty to another location to make things easier for all concerned.

    "This week there have been a catalogue of incidents and she is a nightmare to deal with. If things don't change we will have to take drastic action."

    Last weekend Kitty's mum expressed concern over bullying from fellow hopefuls but the eccentric singer insisted: "I did the show and I have got no regrets. There is no bad editing, what you see is what you get."

    What do you think - will Kitty's diva antics ruin her chances? Leave a comment below...

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    Yesterday we revealed that four acts will be axed on this weekend's show. The question is, who is facing the chop?...
     

     


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    ITV

    It's the least surprising X Factor headline of the year!

    Kitty Brucknell
    is reportedly causing chaos inside the house and is rumoured to be one row away from her very own hotel room.

    According to The Mirror, late-night hot tub sessions, storming rows and 5am rehearsals are all in a day's work for Kitty, who has already received death threats from viewers.

    Unsurprisingly, her fellow wannabes are none too pleased.

    Insiders say the blonde diva could soon become the latest name on Frankie Cocozza's tattooed backside after getting "touchy-feely" with the ladies' boy in the Jacuzzi.

    And her behaviour is so erratic that producers are genuinely concerned.
    Kitty and Jonjo Kerr have already been involved in a heated row which reportedly ended with the pair being pulled apart.

    And yesterday she decided to rehearse on the "gallery landing" at 5am.

    A show source told the tabloid: "In previous years we've struggled to control some of the rows in the house, and we're now seriously considering moving Kitty to another location to make things easier for all concerned.

    "This week there have been a catalogue of incidents and she is a nightmare to deal with. If things don't change we will have to take drastic action."

    Last weekend Kitty's mum expressed concern over bullying from fellow hopefuls but the eccentric singer insisted: "I did the show and I have got no regrets. There is no bad editing, what you see is what you get."

    What do you think - will Kitty's diva antics ruin her chances? Leave a comment below...

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    Yesterday we revealed that four acts will be axed on this weekend's show. The question is, who is facing the chop?...
     

     


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    ITV

    It's the least surprising X Factor headline of the year!

    Kitty Brucknell
    is reportedly causing chaos inside the house and is rumoured to be one row away from her very own hotel room.

    According to The Mirror, late-night hot tub sessions, storming rows and 5am rehearsals are all in a day's work for Kitty, who has already received death threats from viewers.

    Unsurprisingly, her fellow wannabes are none too pleased.

    Insiders say the blonde diva could soon become the latest name on Frankie Cocozza's tattooed backside after getting "touchy-feely" with the ladies' boy in the Jacuzzi.

    And her behaviour is so erratic that producers are genuinely concerned.
    Kitty and Jonjo Kerr have already been involved in a heated row which reportedly ended with the pair being pulled apart.

    And yesterday she decided to rehearse on the "gallery landing" at 5am.

    A show source told the tabloid: "In previous years we've struggled to control some of the rows in the house, and we're now seriously considering moving Kitty to another location to make things easier for all concerned.

    "This week there have been a catalogue of incidents and she is a nightmare to deal with. If things don't change we will have to take drastic action."

    Last weekend Kitty's mum expressed concern over bullying from fellow hopefuls but the eccentric singer insisted: "I did the show and I have got no regrets. There is no bad editing, what you see is what you get."

    What do you think - will Kitty's diva antics ruin her chances? Leave a comment below...

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    Yesterday we revealed that four acts will be axed on this weekend's show. The question is, who is facing the chop?...
     

     


    0 0

    Filed under: ,

    ITV

    It's the least surprising X Factor headline of the year!

    Kitty Brucknell
    is reportedly causing chaos inside the house and is rumoured to be one row away from her very own hotel room.

    According to The Mirror, late-night hot tub sessions, storming rows and 5am rehearsals are all in a day's work for Kitty, who has already received death threats from viewers.

    Unsurprisingly, her fellow wannabes are none too pleased.

    Insiders say the blonde diva could soon become the latest name on Frankie Cocozza's tattooed backside after getting "touchy-feely" with the ladies' boy in the Jacuzzi.

    And her behaviour is so erratic that producers are genuinely concerned.
    Kitty and Jonjo Kerr have already been involved in a heated row which reportedly ended with the pair being pulled apart.

    And yesterday she decided to rehearse on the "gallery landing" at 5am.

    A show source told the tabloid: "In previous years we've struggled to control some of the rows in the house, and we're now seriously considering moving Kitty to another location to make things easier for all concerned.

    "This week there have been a catalogue of incidents and she is a nightmare to deal with. If things don't change we will have to take drastic action."

    Last weekend Kitty's mum expressed concern over bullying from fellow hopefuls but the eccentric singer insisted: "I did the show and I have got no regrets. There is no bad editing, what you see is what you get."

    What do you think - will Kitty's diva antics ruin her chances? Leave a comment below...

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    Yesterday we revealed that four acts will be axed on this weekend's show. The question is, who is facing the chop?...
     

     


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    Filed under: ,

    ITV

    It's the least surprising X Factor headline of the year!

    Kitty Brucknell
    is reportedly causing chaos inside the house and is rumoured to be one row away from her very own hotel room.

    According to The Mirror, late-night hot tub sessions, storming rows and 5am rehearsals are all in a day's work for Kitty, who has already received death threats from viewers.

    Unsurprisingly, her fellow wannabes are none too pleased.

    Insiders say the blonde diva could soon become the latest name on Frankie Cocozza's tattooed backside after getting "touchy-feely" with the ladies' boy in the Jacuzzi.

    And her behaviour is so erratic that producers are genuinely concerned.
    Kitty and Jonjo Kerr have already been involved in a heated row which reportedly ended with the pair being pulled apart.

    And yesterday she decided to rehearse on the "gallery landing" at 5am.

    A show source told the tabloid: "In previous years we've struggled to control some of the rows in the house, and we're now seriously considering moving Kitty to another location to make things easier for all concerned.

    "This week there have been a catalogue of incidents and she is a nightmare to deal with. If things don't change we will have to take drastic action."

    Last weekend Kitty's mum expressed concern over bullying from fellow hopefuls but the eccentric singer insisted: "I did the show and I have got no regrets. There is no bad editing, what you see is what you get."

    What do you think - will Kitty's diva antics ruin her chances? Leave a comment below...

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    Yesterday we revealed that four acts will be axed on this weekend's show. The question is, who is facing the chop?...
     

     


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    George Baker, best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford, has died at the age of 80.

    Fondly remembered for his role in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Baker's career spanned six decades and included film, television and writing.
    A versatile character actor, George appeared on the silver screen in movies such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me and The 39 Steps, among many others.

    James Bond writer Ian Fleming is said to have wanted Baker to play the 007 role but daughter Ellie suggested it was "probably a very good thing" that he missed out on the part as it enabled him to broaden his choice of roles.

    Making the switch to the small screen brought him fame too, with roles in Minder, Bergerac, I, Claudius and, most recently New Tricks and Spooks.

    During his long career, Baker also formed his own theatre company, for which he both acted and directed, turned his hand to writing for radio and TV with an award-winning play, The Fatal Spring, and won an MBE in 2007 for his fundraising activities for the local youth club at his home town of West Lavington, Wiltshire.

    But it was the 13 years as the much-loved Inspector Wexford that many will remember him for.

    Speaking to the BBC, his daughter said: "He absolutely loved Wexford and he loved being Wexford... and he loved the whole thing. It was a joy to him."

    Baker, who had recently suffered a stroke, passed away on Friday from pneumonia. He is survived by five daughters and a number of grandchildren.

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    George Baker, the actor best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford, has died at the age of 80.

    Fondly remembered for his role in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Baker's career spanned six decades and included film, television and writing.
    A versatile character actor, George appeared on the silver screen in movies such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me and The 39 Steps, among many others.

    James Bond writer Ian Fleming is said to have wanted Baker to play the 007 role but daughter Ellie suggested it was "probably a very good thing" that he missed out on the part, as it enabled him to avoid type-casting.

    Making the switch to the small screen brought him fame too, with roles in Minder, Bergerac, I, Claudius and, most recently New Tricks and Spooks.

    During his long career, Baker also formed his own theatre company, for which he both acted and directed, and turned his hand to writing for radio and TV with an award-winning play, The Fatal Spring.

    In 2007 he won an MBE for the tireless fundraising efforts that helped establish a youth club near his home in West Lavington, Wiltshire.

    But it was his 13 years as the much-loved Inspector Wexford that many will remember him for.

    Speaking to the BBC, his daughter said: "He absolutely loved Wexford and he loved being Wexford... and he loved the whole thing. It was a joy to him."

    Baker, who had recently suffered a stroke, passed away on Friday from pneumonia. He is survived by five daughters and a number of grandchildren.

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    George Baker, the actor best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford, has died at the age of 80.

    Fondly remembered for his role in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Baker's career spanned six decades and included film, television and writing.
    A versatile character actor, George appeared on the silver screen in movies such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me and The 39 Steps, among many others.

    James Bond writer Ian Fleming is said to have wanted Baker to play the 007 role but daughter Ellie suggested it was "probably a very good thing" that he missed out on the part, as it enabled him to avoid type-casting.

    Making the switch to the small screen brought him fame too, with roles in Minder, Bergerac, I, Claudius and, most recently New Tricks and Spooks.

    During his long career, Baker also formed his own theatre company, for which he both acted and directed, and turned his hand to writing for radio and TV with an award-winning play, The Fatal Spring.

    In 2007 he won an MBE for the tireless fundraising efforts that helped establish a youth club near his home in West Lavington, Wiltshire.

    But it was his 13 years as the much-loved Inspector Wexford that many will remember him for.

    Speaking to the BBC, his daughter said: "He absolutely loved Wexford and he loved being Wexford... and he loved the whole thing. It was a joy to him."

    Baker, who had recently suffered a stroke, passed away on Friday from pneumonia. He is survived by five daughters and a number of grandchildren.

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    George Baker, the actor best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford, has died at the age of 80.

    Fondly remembered for his role in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Baker's career spanned six decades and included film, television and writing.
    A versatile character actor, George appeared on the silver screen in movies such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me and The 39 Steps, among many others.

    James Bond writer Ian Fleming is said to have wanted Baker to play the 007 role but daughter Ellie suggested it was "probably a very good thing" that he missed out on the part, as it enabled him to avoid type-casting.

    Making the switch to the small screen brought him fame too, with roles in Minder, Bergerac, I, Claudius and, most recently New Tricks and Spooks.

    During his long career, Baker also formed his own theatre company, for which he both acted and directed, and turned his hand to writing for radio and TV with an award-winning play, The Fatal Spring.

    In 2007 he won an MBE for the tireless fundraising efforts that helped establish a youth club near his home in West Lavington, Wiltshire.

    But it was his 13 years as the much-loved Inspector Wexford that many will remember him for.

    Speaking to the BBC, his daughter said: "He absolutely loved Wexford and he loved being Wexford... and he loved the whole thing. It was a joy to him."

    Baker, who had recently suffered a stroke, passed away on Friday from pneumonia. He is survived by five daughters and a number of grandchildren.

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    George Baker, the actor best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford, has died at the age of 80.

    Fondly remembered for his role in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Baker's career spanned six decades and included film, television and writing.
    A versatile character actor, George appeared on the silver screen in movies such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me and The 39 Steps, among many others.

    James Bond writer Ian Fleming is said to have wanted Baker to play the 007 role but daughter Ellie suggested it was "probably a very good thing" that he missed out on the part, as it enabled him to avoid type-casting.

    Making the switch to the small screen brought him fame too, with roles in Minder, Bergerac, I, Claudius and, most recently New Tricks and Spooks.

    During his long career, Baker also formed his own theatre company, for which he both acted and directed, and turned his hand to writing for radio and TV with an award-winning play, The Fatal Spring.

    In 2007 he won an MBE for the tireless fundraising efforts that helped establish a youth club near his home in West Lavington, Wiltshire.

    But it was his 13 years as the much-loved Inspector Wexford that many will remember him for.

    Speaking to the BBC, his daughter said: "He absolutely loved Wexford and he loved being Wexford... and he loved the whole thing. It was a joy to him."

    Baker, who had recently suffered a stroke, passed away on Friday from pneumonia. He is survived by five daughters and a number of grandchildren.

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    George Baker, the actor best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford, has died at the age of 80.

    Fondly remembered for his role in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Baker's career spanned six decades and included film, television and writing.
    A versatile character actor, George appeared on the silver screen in movies such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me and The 39 Steps, among many others.

    James Bond writer Ian Fleming is said to have wanted Baker to play the 007 role but daughter Ellie suggested it was "probably a very good thing" that he missed out on the part, as it enabled him to avoid type-casting.

    Making the switch to the small screen brought him fame too, with roles in Minder, Bergerac, I, Claudius and, most recently New Tricks and Spooks.

    During his long career, Baker also formed his own theatre company, for which he both acted and directed, and turned his hand to writing for radio and TV with an award-winning play, The Fatal Spring.

    In 2007 he won an MBE for the tireless fundraising efforts that helped establish a youth club near his home in West Lavington, Wiltshire.

    But it was his 13 years as the much-loved Inspector Wexford that many will remember him for.

    Speaking to the BBC, his daughter said: "He absolutely loved Wexford and he loved being Wexford... and he loved the whole thing. It was a joy to him."

    Baker, who had recently suffered a stroke, passed away on Friday from pneumonia. He is survived by five daughters and a number of grandchildren.

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    George Baker, the actor best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford, has died at the age of 80.

    Fondly remembered for his role in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Baker's career spanned six decades and included film, television and writing.
    A versatile character actor, George appeared on the silver screen in movies such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me and The 39 Steps, among many others.

    James Bond writer Ian Fleming is said to have wanted Baker to play the 007 role but daughter Ellie suggested it was "probably a very good thing" that he missed out on the part, as it enabled him to avoid type-casting.

    Making the switch to the small screen brought him fame too, with roles in Minder, Bergerac, I, Claudius and, most recently New Tricks and Spooks.

    During his long career, Baker also formed his own theatre company, for which he both acted and directed, and turned his hand to writing for radio and TV with an award-winning play, The Fatal Spring.

    In 2007 he won an MBE for the tireless fundraising efforts that helped establish a youth club near his home in West Lavington, Wiltshire.

    But it was his 13 years as the much-loved Inspector Wexford that many will remember him for.

    Speaking to the BBC, his daughter said: "He absolutely loved Wexford and he loved being Wexford... and he loved the whole thing. It was a joy to him."

    Baker, who had recently suffered a stroke, passed away on Friday from pneumonia. He is survived by five daughters and a number of grandchildren.

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    So it looks like Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell are back on good terms.

    At least, we hope they are, because otherwise Cheryl was unnecessarily cheeky on Twitter yesterday.

    In an apparent pop at her former pal, Chezza tweeted: "Simon Cowell is 52 today. Oops... I don't think he wanted that mentioned... my bad!!!"
    She went on to add: "He is officially in the overs category... hehehehehe."

    Up until this point, the only thawing of frosty relations between the pair has been a brief text message exchange.

    But either Simon and Chezza are back to affectionate mickey-taking, or Cheryl's more catty than we took her for.

    Then again, she could have been a tad the worse for wear. She has, after all, been living it up lately.

    Either way, the ageing joke's on Cheryl because if Simon's cryogenic freezing plan comes off, he'll be around long after she's taken her final bow.

    What do you think - cheeky banter or a catty dig from Cheryl? Comments below please...

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    From uncanny doppelgangers to downright dodgy dummies, you've only really made it when you've been immortalised in wax. But can you work out who's who in our celebrity waxworks gallery?
     

     


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    So it looks like Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell are back on good terms.

    At least, we hope they are, because otherwise Cheryl was unnecessarily cheeky on Twitter yesterday.

    In an apparent pop at her former pal, Chezza tweeted: "Simon Cowell is 52 today. Oops... I don't think he wanted that mentioned... my bad!!!"
    She went on to add: "He is officially in the overs category... hehehehehe."

    Up until this point, the only thawing of frosty relations between the pair has been a brief text message exchange.

    But either Simon and Chezza are back to affectionate mickey-taking, or Cheryl's more catty than we took her for.

    Then again, she could have been a tad the worse for wear. She has, after all, been living it up lately.

    Either way, the ageing joke's on Cheryl because if Simon's cryogenic freezing plan comes off, he'll be around long after she's taken her final bow.

    What do you think - cheeky banter or a catty dig from Cheryl? Comments below please...

    Sign up to our weekly newsletter
    | Follow us on Twitter | Become a fan on Facebook

    From uncanny doppelgangers to downright dodgy dummies, you've only really made it when you've been immortalised in wax. But can you work out who's who in our celebrity waxworks gallery?
     

     


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    So it looks like Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell are back on good terms.

    At least, we hope they are, because otherwise Cheryl was unnecessarily cheeky on Twitter yesterday.

    In an apparent pop at her former pal, Chezza tweeted: "Simon Cowell is 52 today. Oops... I don't think he wanted that mentioned... my bad!!!"
    She went on to add: "He is officially in the overs category... hehehehehe."

    Up until this point, the only thawing of frosty relations between the pair has been a brief text message exchange.

    But either Simon and Chezza are back to affectionate mickey-taking, or Cheryl's more catty than we took her for.

    Then again, she could have been a tad the worse for wear. She has, after all, been living it up lately.

    Either way, the ageing joke's on Cheryl because if Simon's cryogenic freezing plan comes off, he'll be around long after she's taken her final bow.

    What do you think - cheeky banter or a catty dig from Cheryl? Comments below please...

    Sign up to our weekly newsletter
    | Follow us on Twitter | Become a fan on Facebook

    From uncanny doppelgangers to downright dodgy dummies, you've only really made it when you've been immortalised in wax. But can you work out who's who in our celebrity waxworks gallery?
     

     


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    So it looks like Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell are back on good terms.

    At least, we hope they are, because otherwise Cheryl was unnecessarily cheeky on Twitter yesterday.

    In an apparent pop at her former pal, Chezza tweeted: "Simon Cowell is 52 today. Oops... I don't think he wanted that mentioned... my bad!!!"
    She went on to add: "He is officially in the overs category... hehehehehe."

    Up until this point, the only thawing of frosty relations between the pair has been a brief text message exchange.

    But either Simon and Chezza are back to affectionate mickey-taking, or Cheryl's more catty than we took her for.

    Then again, she could have been a tad the worse for wear. She has, after all, been living it up lately.

    Either way, the ageing joke's on Cheryl because if Simon's cryogenic freezing plan comes off, he'll be around long after she's taken her final bow.

    What do you think - cheeky banter or a catty dig from Cheryl? Comments below please...

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