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Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts Is A Prestigious Urinal: Pictures

NICOLA Roberts, of Girls Aloud, redefines the term prestigious in the Daily Star. The word is used for the May Fair Hotel, a favoured hang out with D-listers, and Peter Andre and Katie Price. Nicola Roberts is so drunk, as the Star claims, that she staggered into the gents and sat on a urinal.

“The Girls Aloud caner, 24, got trashed on a recent night out at the prestigious May Fair Hotel in London. A male partygoer told us: ‘She didn’t even notice me weeing next to her.”

At least it wasn’t on her. After all, this is a prestigious establishment…


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Nicola Roberts from Popstars : the Rivals at the Smash Hits T4 Poll Winners Party at the London Arena.

Posted: 16th, April 2010 | In: Celebrities | Comment

At Home With Nicola Roberts And Charlie Fennell

NICOLA Roberts, of Girls Aloud, would like to show you her “luxury penthouse”. She’d also like to show us Charlie Fennell (like the vegetable), her lover with a “big personality”.

They share love and red velvet dining chairs “encrusted” with Swarovski hearts. Charlie sells “customised jet skis”. Nicola and Charlie live in Surrey.

Nicola then gets into a wooden cupboard and shows us her shoes.

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Posted: 13th, April 2010 | In: Hello! | Comments (4)

Kate Moss, Girl Aloud And Not Cheryl Cole Do Fashion For Relief: In Pictures

PICTURES from the Fashion for Relief catwalk show at London’s Somerset House, with Alexandra Burke, Ronnie Corbett, Nicola Roberts, Kate Moss, Pixie Geldof, Kate Moss, Annabelle Neilson, Naomi Campbell, Jo Wood, James Corden, Geri Halliwell, David Walliams, Kimberley Walsh, Dame Shirley Bassey, Denise Van Outen, Piers Morgan but no Cheryl Cole. Haiti is grateful…


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Kate Moss on the runway during the Fashion for Relief catwalk show at Somerset House, central London.

Posted: 19th, February 2010 | In: Celebrities | Comment (1)

St Trinian’s 2 – The Legend of Fritton’s Gold Premiere, In Pictures

PALOMA Faith is fast turning into Anorak’s celebrity mascot, arriving at all the dos to have her picture taken, give a cheeky looks over her shoulder and wear clothes that should come with a dimmer switch and a packet of Chewits. We couldn’t miss the international model of mystery as she arrived at the UK premiere of St Trinian’s 2 – The Legend of Fritton’s Gold (plot spoiler: suspenders and sauce in colour) at London’s Empire, Leicester Square. Also there were Sarah Harding, Tamsin Egerton, Talulah Riley, Gemma Arterton Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts, both of Girls Aloud, Rupert Everett, Shingai Shoniwa of The Noisettes and big David Haye. The underwear in pictures:


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Paloma Faith arriving for the UK premiere of St Trinian's 2 - The Legend of Fritton's Gold at the Empire, Leicester Square, London

Posted: 9th, December 2009 | In: Celebrities, Key Posts | Comment (1)

In Pictures: Free Jimmy Choo For H&M, In Pastry

8029575JIMMY Choo is London’s most famous cobbler. he is one letter aways from being Jimmy Choos and thus a product of nominative determinism. As it is we wrestle with Jimmy Choo, which should be pronouned as in ‘choux’, the pastry.

Anorak was there to see Jimmy Choux unveil his range for H&M, which is pronounced HAM. The pictures feature Sophie Ellis Bextor, Jameela Jemil, Jade Parfitt and Jasmine Guinness, Amber Le Bon, Ben Grime, Jenni Falconer, Lola Lennox, Tamara Ecclestone, Little Boots, Nicola Roberts, Alexandra Burke and anyone else with two feet after a freebie.


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Sophie Ellis Bextor attending the launch party for Jimmy Choo at H&M, at the store's Regent Street branch in central London.

Posted: 14th, November 2009 | In: The Consumer | Comment

Man Cleared Of Girls Aloud Thought Crime

girls-aloudMAN cleared of Girls Aloud Thought Crime against Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh.

DARRYN Walker has been cleared of committing a thought crime after he wrote an internet article imagining that Girls Aloud – Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh – had been kidnapped, raped, mutilated and murdered.

This is not pictorial matter but the written word. It’s not even a cartoon, doodle or photoshop, all of which can a result in arrest.

Having been charged under the terms of the Obscene Publications Act, Walker appeared at Newcastle Crown Court to argue that the article could only be found by those looking for specific material.

Mr Walker creation, Girls (Scream) Aloud, was shown to police by something called the Internet Watch Foundation, a independent self-regulatory body that seeks to “report potentially illegal online content within our remit and to be the ‘notice and take-down’ body for this content.

This sounds not enough unlike vigilantes policing the web beat, telling you what you can and cannot see.

The Obscene Publications Unit is dedicated to targeting those persons manufacturing and distributing obscene material through a number of sources including shops, mail order, complex distribution networks and the Internet. Particular attention is focused on the most extreme and or exploitative material.

So here is Walker being arrested at his home by officers from the Obscene Publications Unit. It is February 2008.

Almost one and half years later Walker gets to defend himself in court. And he hears David Perry QC, prosecuting, opine:

“A crucial aspect of the reasoning that led to the instigation of these proceedings was that the article in question, which was posted on the internet, was accessible to people who were particularly vulnerable – young people who were interested in a particular pop music group.

“It was this that distinguished this case from other material available on the internet.

“The CPS concluded, with the benefit of counsel’s advice, there was a realistic prospect of conviction.”

So, someone looking for Girls Aloud tickets, say, might see the article, read it and become distressed? They may even be triggered to live out one man’s fantasy and to commit crime?

In court, a consultant psychiatrist opines that it is “baseless” even to suggest that reading the story could turn the readers into a sexual deviant.

“He had written what he had described as an adult celebrity parody and was only meant to be for an audience of like-minded people. As soon as he was aware of the upset and fuss that had been created, he took steps himself to take the article off the website.”

But then the thought police stepped in and arrested him.

Judge Esmond Faulks listens and returns a not guilty verdict to the charge of publishing an obscene article.

Mr Walker is free to go. He may even be free to think. For now…

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Posted: 29th, June 2009 | In: Celebrities, Key Posts | Comments (19)

Best GMTV Insult Of The Day: Girls Aloud

FIONA Phillips is on the GMTV sofa with Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud:

“Nicola, you’re really sad ‘cos people keep calling you ugly?”

Get me Russell Brand…

Posted: 31st, October 2008 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)