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Russell Brand's wild love life - stunning supermodels, Spice Girl and Big Brother stars
Russell Brand previously lived a rather fruitful life in the spotlight and his relationships and sexual conquests often took centre stage.Before tying the knot with his current wife Laura, Russell was previously married to pop sensation Katy Perry.But he was also well known to have dated a string of other famous faces throughout the years and he often hit the headlines for his casual hook-ups and rendezvous.Although he seems to have put his long nights and partying days behind him, many fans are still intrigued with who the actor turned activist previously dated.Daily Star has taken a detailed look into his love life.Back in 2006, Russell dated model Kate Moss for a short period of time while Kate was reportedly on the rebound after her fling with Pete Doherty.Despite their brief fling, things allegedly went sour between the pair because Russell spoke about their encounter to the press.He also shared details of their first night together in his second autobiography called Booky Wook 2: This Time It's Personal.The star said: "To be in her presence in my house doesn't make sense. It is a baffling fusion of the real and the imagined."It's like looking into the garden and seeing Vegas Elvis mowing the lawn, or going into the kitchen and finding Elvis in the Elvis Comeback Special '68 suit cooking up beans, or going into the bedroom and there's Golden Jacket Elvis from '54."Elvis, lying on my bed looking into my eyes.
BRITs hosts' most shocking moments – Peter Kay row to James Corden's huge Adele blunder
BRIT Awards are upon us and excitement is at fever-pitch to see who will be the recipients of this year's gongs.As we prepare to pay homage to some of the UK's most talented British musicians, it’s no secret that the long string of celebs to take on the coveted hosting gig have often stolen the headlines away from the award-winners with their cut-throat jokes and wild antics.Let’s take a look back at the best, worst and most memorable BRIT Awards hosts - from Peter Kay calling Liam Gallagher a "k**b*ead" live on stage to Russell Brand alleging former Prime minister David Cameron smoked drugs as a schoolboy.The comedian and actor made it clear he was taking no prisoners when he presented the awards in 2021.The savage comic immediately took a swipe at "unemployed" Piers Morgan after his Good Morning Britain exit before mercilessly mocking Rita Ora, Niall Horan and Little Mix.Taking a swipe at former Good Morning Britain Presenter Piers in his opening speech, Jack told the 4,000-strong audience: "I cannot tell you how grateful we are to be here tonight for the first live event back in the 02 arena."This venue has been emptier than Piers Morgan's diary."He joked: "To ensure a reduced capacity we billed this as a Niall Horan gig."Introducing pregnant Leigh-Anne and Perrie, he added: "These girls are so in sync they can even harmonise their pregnancies." Rita Ora was also the subject of Jack’s jibes after the popstar flouted Covid lockdown rules when she threw herself a 30th birthday party.2012 brought perhaps the most controversial BRIT Awards moment to date when actor James Corden hit the headlines for interrupting megastar Adele mid-speech as she accepted her award for Best British Album.The singer was clearly upset by this
Ofcom's most controversial BRITs moments - Adele fury, Piers Morgan dig and F-bombs
BRIT Awards might be famed for gathering the biggest names in music under one roof, but it's also shown some of the most jaw-dropping moments on British TV.The glam British award show is taking place at London's O2 Arena tonight (February 8) - and it will be available to watch on ITV at 8pm.This year's BRITs will see the likes of Adele, Ed Sheeran and Liam Gallagher grace the stage to dazzle the nation with their talent.They're also up for gongs along with megastars such as Elton John, Stormzy, Dua Lipa, and ABBA.However, the BRITs has also given birth to plenty of controversial moments over the years that have left viewers fuming at their TV sets and issuing complaints to Ofcom - the nation's media watchdog.To celebrate its return to our screens, Daily Star have rounded up Ofcom's most complained about moments from the BRITs.When comedian Russell Brand was invited to host the BRITs back in 2007, his risque jokes seemed to offend a fair few viewers.The ex-Big Brother host made a number of bombshell remarks on stage - including drug-related references to Robbie Williams and former prime minister David Cameron.262 viewers complained to Ofcom about Brand's comments on "intimate body parts", as well as the Iraq War, the Queen, and singer Robbie Williams.