Bieber and One Direction to set up football team with Beckham?
Red top tales: Bieber wants David Beckham to coach; Scarlett Johansson 'too sexy' for acting roles
JUSTIN BIEBER wants to set up an LA football team with One Direction and hopes David Beckham will coach it, claims the Daily Star. The singer wants to launch a celebrity squad similar to the team Robbie Williams set up. "The One Direction guys said that they'll play and also Lil Bow Wow," he says. "There's only one guy we want to coach the team and that is David Beckham." Bieber reckons the team would play three or four games a season just ten minutes from Beckham's house. "I am going to personally ask David myself and I'm really hoping he will say yes," he said, adding: "I was going to ask my girl Selena and Victoria [Beckham] if they wanted to be cheerleaders for us. But hey, that might be pushing it."
SCARLETT JOHANSSON 'TOO SEXY FOR HER JOB'
Scarlett Johansson claims she has lost out on film roles because she is 'too sexy', according to the Daily Mail. The actress's appearance has apparently impacted on her career, causing her to miss out on roles that she wanted. Last year she was rejected for the role of Lisbeth Salander in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo because director David Fincher said "You can't wait for her to take her clothes off". But Johansson insists: "There are certainly plenty of times when I am definitely not sexy."
SEX FEARS OVER WAYNE ROONEY HAIR PILL
Hair growth pills reportedly used by Wayne Rooney can “shrink privates” and “cause long-term impotence”, an expert has warned. Manchester United star Rooney was said to have taken Propecia, which contains finasteride, in 2009 before he had his "thatch of the day" hair implant, reports The Sun. Dr Michael Irwig, of Washington University, says 20 per cent of patients found that finasteride caused "persistent sexual dysfunction" lasting more than five years. However, the drug's maker says there is not evidence of a link with lasting sexual dysfunction.
CHIMPS MAKE LADDER AND ESCAPE PEN
Five chimpanzees caused panic at a German zoo this week after creating a makeshift ladder out of branches and jumping out of their pen. Police had to evacuate 2,500 visitors but four of the chimps casually returned to their pen of their own accord. Dubbed "the great ape escape" by the Daily Mail, the cheeky chimps fashioned together a ladder out of tree branches to scale the wall of their pen at Hanover's Experience Zoo. A five-year-old girl hurt herself when she fell over at the sight of them and an elderly man needed medical attention when he was locked in the tropical house in 100 degree heat for his own safety. ·