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Brad Pitt, who raises six children with partner Angelina Jolie, took his eldest girls, Zahara, five, and Shiloh, three, to the Bonpoint collection of children’s boutiques in Paris for a shopping trip and spent $10,000 on the younger girl’s choice.

“Zahara chose very girlie outfits, but Shiloh only wanted items from the boys’ collection, which is in another boutique across the street,” femalefirst.co.uk reported.

The kids were allowed to pick their own items, and Shiloh opted for boys’ outfits rather than girlie clothes.

“Shiloh had absolutely no interest in the pretty dresses or skirts.”

Brad splashed out $10,000 on the entire Spring/Summer 2010 Bonpoint boys’ collection for Shiloh.


Pop star Lady Gaga’s topless photo on the cover of Q magazine has been banned by several leading stores in the US.

The “Poker Face” hit maker walked out on the recent magazine photo shoot after bosses at the publication refused to let her strike a controversial pose in a desperate bid to address rumours she is a hermaphrodite, contactmusic.com reports.

Bosses at Q eventually rearranged the shoot and the final pictures show Gaga posing topless in just a pair of leather trousers.

But despite efforts to tone the images down, some stores across the US, including bookstore Borders, have refused to stock the publication unless it is placed in a sealed cover, according to QtheMusic.com


Pop queen Madonna has roped in Aussie star Abbie Cornish to play the lead in her new film “W.E.”

The Material Girl’s new film tells the story of the relationship between Britain’s King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor – as Wally Winthrop, a woman who is obsessed with the Duchess of Windsor’s life.

The “4 Minutes” hitmaker,who will be directing the film, had revealed that she wanted British star David Tennant to play the monarch, but is said to have changed her mind, reports contactmusic.com.

Madonna has previously directed 2008 film “Filth and Wisdom”, which starred Richard E. Grant and Eugene Hutz, although she has served as a writer on documentary “I Am Because We Are”.

The film’s preliminary release date is 2011.


Singer Leona Lewis has revealed her terror when she found herself in the middle of a gun siege on the streets of Los Angeles.

The 24-year-old star was horrified when she saw thugs waving handguns run towards her car as they attempted to flee police following a high-speed chase.

Her security intervened and the men ran off, but not before her manager Nicola Carson was thrown to the ground.

“It kinda sounds really dramatic! They did have guns but basically were these two guys and my car was parked� and the chase ended right in front of the car and the guy that I was with tackled one of them to the ground and the police arrested them,” mirror.co.uk quoted Lewis as saying during an interview.

“It was scary but I wasn’t in the crossfire or anything like that!” she added.

The “Bleeding Love” hitmaker also revealed that she had become more safety-conscious after she was assaulted at a book signing.

“Does it make me more guarded? Um, at first I was very aware but it has definitely made me more aware of my surroundings and looking out for myself and my safety, but I don’t want to be guarded from the people that genuinely care for me and want to meet me,” she said.

British singer Leona Lewis has admitted it’s a “challenge” to find ethical clothing and is looking forward to creating her own fashion line to make it easier.

The “Happy” singer, who is a strict vegetarian, refuses to wear any animal products and as a result, struggles to find suitable outfits so is looking forward to launching her fashion line to make it easier, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“I’m trying to make that happen as soon as I can. It’s a challenge mostly with shoes as I don’t wear any leather and am very ethical about what I wear. I love wearing Stella McCartney, but one day I hope to have my own line of ethical clothes and accessories,” she said.

Despite her difficulties, Leona is a huge fashion fan and loves getting “creative” with her look.

“I really enjoy fashion and I love being creative. I work with a couple of stylists but I love fashion so am always looking online and in magazines for inspiration. I have so much fun working with my hair, make-up and styling team – we are always laughing. I do get a bit nervous though as I start having to get in the car, but once I’m on the carpet I really enjoy myself,” she said.

Singer Lily Allen slammed twitter.com for a second time – branding the social networking site as “dangerous”, even though she has started using it again.

The singer is wary of becoming too attached to the micro-blogging website because she doesn’t want to become self obsessed, contactmusic.com reported.

“I sort of ‘tweet’ here and there, I don’t do it as obsessively as I used to. It is very addictive and quite dangerous.”

“I think it can turn you into a sort of self obsessive (person). Why do you think that people would want to know everything that you’re doing? It has got negative connotations, I think. But saying that, it can be quite fun. It’s a way of communicating.”

Musician John Mayer made an 11-year-old fan’s dream come true when he called the child on stage and played the guitar with him.

Mayer was performing at a concert in Philadelphia in the US when he spotted the youngster named Austin in the crowd clutching a sign reading: “Can I please play ‘Belief’ with you?”

He pulled him out of the audience and performed the song with him to a rapturous round of applause, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Mayer told the crowd at the end, “That’s my man!”, before giving Austin one of his guitars.

Austin’s mother wrote a note to Mayer’s management team, which read: “John made an 11-year-old’s dream come true. John gave him the guitar after the show and we needed security to get out of the stadium.”

“Everyone wanted a picture with him. If you get a chance watch some of the videos on You Tube, it is touching. As Mayer said, ‘The kid pulled through’.”

“I just wanted to thank JM for pulling through for Austin,” she added.