Country pop chick Taylor Swift reckons she’s going to be an old cat lady in years to come.
And she blames being a star for being alone.
The 25-year-old singer told the Daily Telegraph she can’t see herself in a long-term relationship.
Asked to predict where she’ll be in five years’ time, she said: “I’ll be 30. I’ll probably still be single, let’s be honest. No one’s going to sign up for this and everything that goes with it.
“Like, ‘Hi, nice to meet you, want a date? Do you love camera flashes? I hope you do!’ I don’t know what’s going to happen if I’m ever content in a relationship – no idea how that’s going to work. I don’t even know if that’s possible with the life I have.”
Then talking about herself she joked: “In five years’ time she’ll be so afraid of everything, she doesn’t leave her house. She’s just surrounded by cats.
“So many cats, they’ve divided themselves up into armies and she wanders around lint-rolling the couch that no one’s going to sit on because she’s afraid to have people over…”
Pulp Fiction star Uma Thurman has revealed she grew up hating the way she looked because she was once told she had an “ugly smile”.
The 44-year-old actress has been hailed as one of the most beautiful actresses of her time, but she told Hello! magazine she did not always feel that confident about her own appearance.
Uma said: “I’m enjoying getting older because I feel I didn’t appreciate being pretty when I was younger.
“I felt terrible, in fact. When I was 10, someone told me I had an ugly smile, so I spent the whole of my younger years feeling embarrassed and never smiling with my mouth open. But what are you going to do?”
Dame Maggie Smith has revealed she expects to bow out of Downton Abbey at the end of the next series.
The 80-year-old actress is a huge hit with fans of the ITV period drama for her portrayal as the sharp-tongued Dowager Countess, and is currently filming the sixth series.
But Dame Maggie said: “They say this is the last one, and I can’t see how it could go on.
“I mean, I certainly can’t keep going… To my knowledge, I must be 110 by now. We’re into the late 1920s.”
She added: “Television really does you in.”
Lulu has revealed she had professional coaching before The Great Comic Relief Bake Off – but still didn’t manage to win.
The Shout singer took part in the BBC baking challenge which sees celebrities compete to create the best cakes for charity.
Lulu told Event magazine she had some sneaky lessons beforehand: “I suppose I cheated on Bake Off. I practised with a pro as baking isn’t my thing.”
Despite her swotting up, Lulu was beaten to the title of star baker by Jennifer Saunders.
David Duchovny has hinted that an X-Files reunion could be well underway.
The actor played Fox Mulder alongside Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully in the popular sci-fi TV show from 1993 to 2002 and has been rumoured to be reprising his role for a reboot.
While appearing on US show The Talk to promote another new project, Aquarius, David gave an idea of what was going on in negotiations for a new X-Files series.
He said: “It looks good. It looks very good. It looks better than it did two weeks ago.”
Michelle Rodriguez has apologised for saying that minority actors should stop stealing “white” superhero roles.
The Fast And Furious star made the comments after being asked by TMZ about the rumours she would be playing the female incarnation of the Green Lantern in a forthcoming Warner Bros movie.
“That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard,” she said.
“I think it’s so stupid, because of this whole ‘minorities in Hollywood’ thing. It’s so stupid, stop stealing all the white people’s superheroes. Like, make up your own.”
But Michelle was forced to issue a public apology after her comments sparked outrage from fans.
In the video, posted on Facebook, the actress admitted she “stuck” her foot in her mouth once again and said her remarks “were taken out of context”.
“I have a tendency to like, you know, speak without a filter. Sorry about that,” she explained.
“What I really meant was… there’s a language, and the language that you speak in Hollywood is a successful franchise. I think that there are many cultures in Hollywood that are not white, that can come up with their own mythology.”