Sunday, July 24, 2011

#AmyWinehouse : Mum Janis said 'Her passing seemed only a matter of time '

#AmyWinehouse: A short statement from Amy's family on her tragic death ...they ask to be allowed to mourn in peace. Lets hope the British media do not hack the phones of Amy's family !

#AmyWinehouse: #Hackgate: British media hit an all time low as we now learn the late Amy Winehouse was a phone/hack victim !

STEVE NOTT, remember his name because Steve went to the media back in 1999 and TOLD them how easy it was for anyone to hack your phone. The media sent Steve on his way, and a very sinister reason is coming to light...Steve would have burst their bubble on how they obtained their ' scoops becaus e they were ALL guilty of hacking in to voicemails. But Steve Nott never gave up and now his evidence has been handed over to the police  heading Operation Weeting.

#AmyWinehouse: Overdose speculation inappropriate say police..

#AmyWinehouse : Had a court order in 2009 to stop photographers from coming near her house:

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Amy Winehouse has died she was 27 years old...

Police: Singer Amy Winehouse dies

Police: Singer Amy Winehouse dies

Amy Winehouse, the beehived soul-jazz diva whose self-destructive habits overshadowed a distinctive musical talent, was found dead Saturday in her London home, police said. She was 27. (July 23) (/The Associated Press) Correction: Clarification:

#TonyBlackBurn : Pick Of the Pops direct link 23 June

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Controversial Diana memorial fund to close after 14 years

It began with an outpouring of grief around the globe, as the elderly dipped into their pensions and children donated their pocket money to honour the memory of Princess Diana.
But the controversial Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund set up after her death in 1997 is to close after donating more than £100million to 350 good causes, the Daily Mail has learned.
Despite reports in 1998 that the influential fund would continue indefinitely, a spokesman last  night said it was ‘never intended to last for ever’.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Maria Shriver has filed for divorce from Arnold Schwarzenegger.

#David Bret: Diana Dors Hurricane in mink..

EVERYONE laughed when I suggested it. We were staging a lighthearted show at the Camden Arts Centre, where I chaired the exhibition committee at the time, of doors – yes those things you open and close every day.

This was to be a display of all the art and design that had gone into their making, from the splendid use of medieval oak carvings and Victorian coloured glass to modernist creations and the latest bland electronic contraptions.

The obvious person to open it was, of course, Diana Dors – statuesque actress, blonde glamour girl, Britain’s answer to Marilyn Monroe or, as David Brett describes her in his new biography, a self-destructive hurricane in mink.
Diana came to the opening – for a fee – and proved to be something better to gape at than unsexy sliding doors. That was the only time I ever met the late Diana, originally Diana Fluck, from Swindon, who died, perhaps prophetically, in more