Pattinson turned to Buddhism to cope with Stewart heartbreak
Tabloid tales: Robert Pattinson's coping techniques, Rihanna and Chris Brown 'made out', Tulisa 'hated' by Britain
ROBERT PATTINSON has reportedly revealed he turned to Buddhism and boozing to help him through his break up with Kristen Stewart. According to the Metro, Pattinson, who has reportedly rekindled his romance with his Twilight co-star, couldn't shut up about the alcohol and religion at an exclusive Black Keys gig in Los Angeles. Local radio host Kennedy Nation posted a picture of herself with R-Patz on her Facebook page, writing underneath that she and Pattinson had spent an hour at the gig discussing the benefits of Buddhism and boozing to mend a broken heart.
RIHANNA AND CHRIS BROWN SPOTTED KISSING
Rihanna and Chris Brown have been spotted "making out" at a New York nightclub. They were reportedly getting "hot and heavy" on the dance floor before disappearing for some "alone time". According to the Daily Mail, an eyewitness said the two were "hugging and kissing." The news appears to have angered Chris's girlfriend, Karreuche Tran, who has reportedly ended their relationship. Rihanna and Brown have been spotted together a number of times recently, despite the latter being charged with assault for hitting Rihanna in 2009. The pair were also photographed watching rapper Jay-Z perform in New York, with Brown's arm around the pop star.
TULISA SAYS SHE IS MOST HATED WOMAN IN BRITAIN
Tulisa believes she is the most hated woman in Britain, but insists she will not change her outspoken ways. According to the Daily Mirror, the X-Factor judge said: "If I was to base my opinion on Twitter I'd be like, 'Oh my god, I must be the most hated woman in Britain". But she says she will not change as "people on the street" are always nice to her. Tulisa also admitted another X-Factor bust up, like the one she had with ex-judge Kelly Rowland last year, is likely: "There are going to be spats and if I have to defend my acts, I will do."
CAT RESCUED FROM EYGPT RUNS AWAY
A cat that cost £6K to rescue from the Arab Spring has run away from his new British owners. Railton and Dawn Elliott met 'Omar' while on holiday in Egypt, at a time when the country was sliding towards civil war. The Elliotts believe his owners had fled and abandoned him. The Sun reports that the couple became "great friends" with the cat, and named him Omar after "the great actor, Omar Sharif". They decided to take him home to Oxfordshire with them and paid thousands in quarantine costs, vets' visits, travel and food to get him there. But now Omar has vanished and the couple have launched a desperate appeal to find him, offering a £25 reward and a lifetime's supply of chocolate.