Robert Pattinson 'wants Kristen Stewart to marry him'
Tabloid Tales: R-Patz's reconciliation terms, Kanye West sex tape sequel, Uggie releases memoir
ROBERT PATTINSON has said he is willing to give Kristen Stewart another chance - but only if she marries him. According to the Metro, the 26-year-old, who was left devastated after it emerged Stewart had cheated on him with director Rupert Sanders, is "very romantic and traditional" and wants to know that she can "truly commit" after her indiscretions. The Twilight actor recently revealed he had been set to propose to Stewart before the revelations. Stewart had been reluctant to rush into anything too serious, but since their break up she has said she will “do anything” to win Pattinson back.
KANYE WEST HAS TWO SEX TAPES
A second Kanye West sex tape has emerged only a week after the first recording of the rapper in action surfaced. TMZ reports that the second video is almost identical to the original, but twice as long, lasting a whole 40 minutes. Though both were shot long before he got together with his current girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, the situation is likely to embarrass the couple. Luckily, Kim has experience in dealing with such a scandal – in 2007 the reality star shot to fame when a sex tape of her in bed with her ex was leaked online.
UGGIE THE DOG PUBLISHES MEMOIR
Uggie the dog, the breakout star of the Oscar winning The Artist, will soon be releasing his memoir: Uggie: My Story. The book, which is dedicated to his human crush Reese Witherspoon, recounts his life from puppy-dom to retirement and all the ups and downs in between. According to the New York Post, in one chapter, Uggie recalls getting drunk during a party from a glass of Champagne left on the floor. "I can’t say I especially enjoyed my first sip," he writes. "The next thing I knew, I was sprawled across my duvet."
BIRMINGHAM TO KASHMIR BUS ROUTE ANNOUNCED
Birmingham’s transport system is to get an upgrade: a bus taking passengers from the city directly to Mirpur in Kashmir. The 4,000-mile route will cost only £130 but will take 12 days to reach its destination, also known as Little Birmingham, having passed through seven countries, including Iran, reports the Daily Mirror. Local Labour MP Khalid Mahmood believes the service will be "very popular", particularly as Birmingham is home to the world’s largest population of Kashmiri expats. Kashmir’s transport minister, Tahir Khokher, said the journey would be a "thrilling ride". Security concerns have been raised but Khokher insists they "won’t be a problem". ·