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As a model she's used to wearing high-fashion outfits on a daily basis, but Irina Shayk's latest shoot with wedding dresses must have been an inspiring task. The Russian beauty can be seen in a range of white wedding gowns designed by Alessandro Angelozzi, as she gives boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo a taste of what it would be like to walk down to aisle next to her. The new photographs emerge just as sources close to the footballer have said he might be popping the question any day now. The 26-year-old Swimsuit Illustrated cover girl even managed to show off her stunning figure as she modelled a variety of haute couture bridal gowns. But it wasn't all white veils, as the brunette also posed in a red slashed-to-the-thigh dress exposing her toned pins. The Sun reported the footballer might be getting ready to drop down on one knee and ask his Russian girlfriend to be his wife. The couple have been dating for several years now, and even though Cristiano has a two-year-old son through a surrogate mother, he recently dropped hints that he might want to have another child with his stunning girlfriend.

— Daily Mail

Sarandon sparks marriage rumours

She has always maintained that marriage just isn't for her. But actress Susan Sarandon has sparked rumours she is set to marry toyboy boyfriend Jonathan Bricklin after the pair were allegedly spotted looking at engagement rings. The 66-year-old Oscar winner and 36-year-old Bricklin, her business partner in New York city Ping-Pong social club SPiN, were spotted shopping in Amsterdam earlier this month. The Thelma & Louise star was being honoured during Amsterdam Film Week, where she was also promoting her new film, Cloud Atlas. She was joined by Bricklin, with whom she has been linked ever since her split from long-time love, actor Tim Robbins, in 2009. The star's spokeswoman Cassie Mead did not deny the news when asked to comment. Sarandon was married in her twenties to actor Chris Sarandon, then went on to have a daughter, actress Eva Amurri, 27, with Italian film director Franco Amurri. She then famously lived with Mr Robbins for 21 years after the pair met on the set of the movie Bull Durham. The couple split in 2009 and have two sons, Miles and Jack.

— Daily Mail

Craig insists James Bond will NEVER be gay

Daniel Craig has come forward to insist there will never be a gay James Bond — because 007 is not gay. The actor, who takes on the role of the suave British agent in the latest instalment Skyfall, was forced to comment after the chemistry between him and Javier Bardem's character Raoul Silva sparked speculation about Bond's sexuality. The scene in question sees a flirtatious Raoul caress Bond's legs and chest as the spy sits tied up in a chair, with 007 ending the scene by asking his foe: "What makes you think this is my first time?" However, asked if he could ever imagine a gay James Bond, Craig replied: "No."

Asked to explain why not, the 44-year-old actor told E! Online: "Because he's not gay. And I don't think Javier's character is either — I think he'd sleep with anything."

But Craig's co-star Naomie Harris, who plays Bond girl Eve in the new movie, is more open to the idea of a homosexual Bond. She said: "I think everything is open. Everything is open. Who knows?!" And Naomie even went one step further when she suggested that Bond could even be played by a woman in a future film — as long as it's not her.

— Daily Mail





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