Taylor Swift's One Direction date 'cancelled abruptly'
Tabloid Tales: Swift and 1D mystery, Gaga does 'a Justin Bieber', DiCaprio 'didn't have to die' in Titanic
TAYLOR SWIFT invited one of One Direction to an intimate dinner but none of the boys will say who. Swift, who is currently dating Conor Kennedy, has been promoting her new album in the UK and booked a table at a swanky restaurant for two before she left the country. According to The Sun: "All her staff were told she was having a private dinner with one of the guys from One Direction. But it was all cancelled abruptly." Harry Styles has already declared "it wasn't me" and Louis Tomlinson was apparently busy with his girlfriend, but the rest of the band have remained silent on the subject.
LADY GAGA VOMITS ON STAGE FOUR TIMES
Lady Gaga has 'done a Justin Bieber' after she vomited on stage at a gig in Barcelona. Gaga had been performing her single Edge of Glory when she doubled up and threw up over a railing. Ever the professional, she continued to sing but seconds later vomited again. According to the Metro, she threw up a total of four times during the performance. The singer later tweeted: "Was praying nobody saw but actually its quite a good laugh if u need one!" The latest incident has fuelled rumours Gaga is pregnant which had gained currency because of her apparent recent weight gain and revelations she's cut out alcohol.
PENSIONER FLEES DOWN MOTORWAY IN WHEELCHAIR
An 87-year-old pensioner made a daring escape from his care home - using his electric wheelchair in the dead of night. Raffaele Panicucci waited till the early hours of the morning when there were less staff on duty at his Italian care home but was later caught when he tried to drive down a busy motorway. According to the Daily Mail, he told Italian police he was "bored with life in the care home" as it was "full of old people". Panicucci claimed he was "not planning on escaping forever" but wanted to prove he had "not lost his sense of adventure".
EXPERIMENT SHOWS JACK DIDN'T HAVE TO DIE IN TITANIC
A TV programme has shown that Leonardo DiCaprio's character in Titanic, Jack, need not have died at the end of the film. Kate Winslet's character, Rose, survives the hypothermia that kills Jack because she floats on a wooden door before she is rescued. The Daily Mail reports that Discovery Channel's Mythbusters carried out a series of tests showing that had Rose's lifejacket been placed underneath the makeshift raft, it would have given it enough buoyancy for Jack to climb on too. However, director James Cameron said that the experiment completely missed the point: "The script says Jack died. He has to die."