Nicole, Cameron and Ed are included in the latest round-up from planet showbiz.
NICOLE SCHERZINGER has revealed that she is putting off having children until she’s nearly 40.
The X Factor judge, who is dating racing driver LEWIS HAMILTON, said she wants to have a family but the time isn’t right just yet - and hinted that she would even think about freezing her eggs so she can have babies in the future.
Nicole, 34, said in an interview for the latest issue of Marie Claire magazine,: “I’m not getting any younger. I don’t want to have kids now, though.
“Five years might be a good time to look at having children but whenever it’s meant to happen is when it will happen. Right now, I’m focusing on my career.”
Nicole went on: “I see lots of women having beautiful children later in life. And, if not, just freeze your eggs!”
ROBERT PATTINSON has insisted that he’s a “freak” in real life.
The Twilight actor has achieved heartthrob status thanks to his role as vampire Edward Cullen, but during an interview to promote the final film in the franchise, he admitted he isn’t nearly as cool as his alter-ego in real life.
Asked on Jimmy Kimmel’s TV show in the US what it’s like promoting the movies around the world, R-Patz confessed: “It’s really boring.
“I’m a freak. I just want to stay in my hotel room all the time.”
The actor, who has rekindled his romance with co-star KRISTEN STEWART after she admitted cheating on him with director RUPERT SANDERS, also revealed his on-screen kissing technique needs a little work.
“For a series that basically culminates in every single scene (where) I end up kissing someone, I have extraordinarily loud little pecks. It sounds like I’m walking around in wellies. My lip is like a vacuum. That’s not cool - it’s not sexy at all!” he laughed.
CAMERON DIAZ has revealed she has a weakness for British pub snack pork scratchings.
The Hollywood star, 40, filmed her latest movie Gambit in London last year.
Taking part in a pub quiz with the December issue of Elle UK magazine, she said: “Oh, that’s my favourite snack in the whole world! Even with the bristles - I don’t care, I’ll do it! It’s my favourite thing.”
Cameron didn’t do so well when asked if she knew what a Lancashire hotpot was.
“I don’t even want to let you know where my mind went with that. Sexual? No, it was more sophomoric - yes, the toilet!” she said.
The Killing star SOFIE GRABOL says she “broke down” after filming her final scenes in the crime drama - and that it felt like a divorce.
The Danish actress, 44, has just finished filming the third series of The Killing and insisted it would be the last.
She told The Guardian: “The last day of shooting was much more emotional than I thought it would be. It was very intense.
“I had three big scenes, and it was like being in this hurricane. I said goodbye to everyone, went out into the parking lot, got in my car, slammed the door and then just totally broke down.”
LEONA LEWIS has revealed that she stopped watching The X Factor after she won.
The Bleeding Love singer, who was crowned the winner of the third series of the ITV1 competition in 2006, admitted that she couldn’t see the show in the following years because it brought back memories.
“At the beginning, the year after I won, I didn’t watch it for a couple of years because I would think, ‘Oh God’, but now I actually enjoy it. I watch it and really get into it,” she said.
The 27-year-old reckoned that there will be more series of the ITV1 show in coming years, despite the lull in viewer ratings.
“I think people say that every year, and then it just keeps going and going. It’s got such a huge following, so I don’t know if it’s going anywhere soon,” she added.
ED SPELEERS has confessed his biggest fear is about anything happening to his new puppy.
The 24-year-old Downton Abbey actor stars in new horror comedy film Love Bite, about a group of teenagers whose summer holiday takes an unexpected turn for the worse when a virgin-killing werewolf arrives in town.
Ed wasn’t at all scared shooting the film, but he revealed: “I just bought a puppy and the idea of anything happening to him right now is quite horrible. He’s been to the vets already so I’m actually quite nervous.
“Once he’s had his second vaccination, he’s coming everywhere with me.”
Ed’s puppy is eight weeks old and he’s called Frank.