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5 Cheryl goes back to her born identity POP star Cheryl is now up to her FIFTH name. She has reverted to her maiden name Tweedy, registering the change to file the accounts of her firm, Cherco Publishing. The singer, left, changed her surname to Cole after marrying footballer Ashley, and later became Fernandez-Versini when she walked down the aisle with tycoon Jean-Bernard. Following their split, the singer was simply known as Cheryl, but is Tweedy once more.
4 SUPERMODEL Naomi Campbell has ditched her PR minder for the FOURTH time in just three years. Most stars stay with the same firm for their entire career but after spending almost a decade with industry veteran Alan Edwards, Naomi suddenly quit in 2014 and switched to the same firm that represents Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, but they resigned from representing her after just one year. She then moved again, this time to scandal-hit firm Bell Pottinger. But after a clash with her minder there she went back to Alan last year. Now I hear that she has left him once again.
When it comes to image representation I can’t imagine Naomi, 47, is the easiest customer in the world. I’ll let the numbers speak for themselves…
3 J-Law’s late, late show AFTER waiting THREE hours for Jennifer Lawrence, right, to turn up for a Radio 1 interview, DJ Greg James posted this snap, above, of himself looking bored. J-Law’s people tell me her flight was delayed, which is odd, because she’s not a Ryanair kind of girl – she usually travels by private jet.
2 Now kids go to war IT’S round TWO in the Gallagher feud. Not only are Noel and Liam still sniping about each other but their children, left, are now embroiled in a row over who wrote Oasis hits. Noel’s girl Anais, 17, told a Twitter follower that it wouldn’t be worth attending a gig by Liam, adding: ‘He didn’t even write the tunes.’ Liam’s son Gene hit back: ‘I was raised to respect my uncle… just goes to show how differently children are brought up.’ Now, now children – play nicely!
1 IT has taken just ONE novel for Jessica Fellowes to hit the TV big time – unlike her uncle, Julian Fellowes, who wrote books before he hit the jackpot with Downton Abbey. Jessica, 43 , tells me she is ‘fizzing with joy’ at the prospect of her novel, The Mitford Murders, being TV’s next big hit. The rights have been snapped up by Left Bank Productions, which also makes The Crown for Netflix.