One Direction's Zayn Malik in second 'cheating' scandal
Tabloid tales: Malik accused of cheating, Brad Pitt hires Jamie Oliver for Christmas, Cowell uses 'house healer'
ONE DIRECTION star Zayn Malik is involved in another cheating scandal, after he was apparently recorded on the phone asking girls to come up to his hotel room. According to the Metro, the boyband member, whose girlfriend is Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards, is heard giving girls fake names to gain entrance to his suite and, says the paper, "trying to set up some action for 'his friend Harry' as well". The voice on the phone recordings tells the girls to "hurry up", to which they reply "you'll get some booty soon". The 19-year-old has already faced cheating accusations this year after he was allegedly filmed through a hotel spy hole asking a girl to come back to his room.
BRANGELINA HIRES JAMIE OLIVER FOR XMAS
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be having their Christmas dinner cooked by Jamie Oliver this year. The world's most famous couple have asked the celebrity chef to cook a meal for them and their six children at their Surrey mansion on Christmas Day. According to The Sun, Jamie has been friends with Brad for years, and was first drafted in to give the A-list star cooking lessons but Pitt "was useless in the kitchen". Apparently the actor wanted the cooking advice because taking his brood of six out for meals requires a "military operation".
SIMON COWELL USES 'HOUSE HEALER'
Simon Cowell has drafted in a 'house healer' to rid his Beverly Hills mansion of "negative energy". Cowell said the experience was "strange but great... The healer brings in good energy". According to the Daily Mail, Cowell made the decision after suffering a breakdown earlier this year and watching X-Factor ratings plummet. A house healer, Sandra Kendrew, told the paper that Cowell's addiction to emails and mobile phones caused "electromagnetic stress" in his home, which "has had an effect on his immune system." She explained: "House healers can dissipate bad energy caused by wireless internet or the earth's geopathic energy."
BURGLAR FALLS ASLEEP ON THE JOB
A burglar was caught by police after breaking into a house and falling asleep inside. A shocked homeowner discovered the sleeping intruder on his kitchen floor and immediately called police. The US police officers then had to wake 20-year-old Cristian Villarreal-Castillo in order to arrest him. According to the Metro, the officers found his pockets were stuffed with electronic gadgets, including several GPS units, believed to be stolen from unlocked vehicles in Hillsboro, Oregon. The man has now been charged with burglary, attempted theft, trespassing and criminal mischief. ·