Show Of Shame : John Terry’s Mother Drunk And High After Partying With her Daughter In-law [PHOTOS]


SOCCER ace John Terry’s mum Sue lies flat out in the back of a taxi after a boozy night on the town.
Sue, 55, stumbled into the cab at 3am after partying with John’s wife Toni.
The grandma spread herself out on the back seat and closed her eyes while waiting for Toni.
When her daughter-in-law finally arrived the two women sped off from the Mayfair nightspot in London. Chelsea skipper John, 32, is always eager to get himself into photos — but even he would shy away from this unflattering snap.
An onlooker said: “Sue was staggering everywhere. She was a complete mess and had definitely had too many drinks.
“She had to come out of the club about half an hour before Toni did. And then she passed-out in the back of the taxi. At first she was lying on the cab’s floor.”

In 2009, Sue was…

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Chloe Grace Moretz: I’d kill to be part of Star Wars Episode 7


Chloe Grace Moretz has revealed she would ‘kill’ to be part of Star Wars Episode 7.

The Kick-Ass 2 actress called on director JJ Abrams to text her during an interview with MTV.

She said: ‘I mean, obviously there’s interest. It’s Star Wars. I’d kill to be a part of that franchise, but I don’t know.

‘JJ, I’ll give you my phone number. You can text me.’

She was previously linked to the film when Matthew Vaughn, who directed her in Kick-Ass, was rumoured to be up for the job which eventually went to Abrams.

Her comments come after Ryan Gosling, Zac Efron and Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly met with Disney to discuss roles in the upcoming sci-fi blockbuster.

Drive actor Gosling, who first found fame in US TV show The Mickey Mouse Club as a child star, is up for the role of Luke Skywalker’s son, according to Latino Review.

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Justin Bieber’s logo no go has Blackhawks fans in a flap


Teeny pop sensation Justin Bieber doesn’t seem to be able to do anything right of late.

First he lost his pet monkey in Germany, then he was accused of spitting on fans – an accusation he denies. Now the Canadian warbler has found himself in deep water with fans of the Chicago Blackhawks ice hockey team.

It seems the Bieber was invited into the team’s dressing room in the bowels of the United Centre to take a picture of the Stanley Cup, so far, so good.

However, the singer then overstepped the mark by a) touching the cup, something no one is supposed to do unless they have actually won the thing, and worse of all b) standing on the Blackhawks floor-based logo.

NHL sides are very touchy about people standing on their logos, even if placing them on the floor in the first place may not be the wisest thing to do…

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Jay Z Responds to Harry Belafonte Controversy: ‘My Presence is Charity’

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Jay Z spoke up about his controversy with iconic singer and social activist, Harry Belafonte.

The beef started with Belafonte’s statement to The Hollywood Reporter accusing both Jay Z and his wife, Beyonce, of turning their back on social responsibility. Jay, not known for biting his tongue, fired back at Belafonte in the song “Nickels and Dimes” from his latest album “Magna Carta Holy Grail.”

Beyond that, here’s what Jay Z had to say when asked to expound on his stance:

“Yeah I’m offended by that because first of all…this is going to sound arrogant…but my presence is charity, just because of who I am. Just like Obama’s[Barack] is. Obama provides hope. Whether he does anything the hope that he provides for a nation and outside of America is enough. You know what I’m saying? Just being who he is. You’re the first black president. If he speaks…

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Cheers! Toasting royal baby Prince George set to boost British economy by £60m. How long until a Burger King special?


A grocery think-tank (what, you didn’t know they existed?!) called IGD has announced that it estimates the birth of the new royal prince will generate upwards of £60million for the British economy.

This is not just people raising a glass of wine to the future king, but also a general level of positivity which will have the knock-on effect of making peoples’ wallets a little looser, especially when it comes to buying British produce to celebrate another mouth to feed in Buckingham Palace.

Restaurants and bars are already doing their best to grease the wheels of celebration, with a number of new products hitting the shelves to take advantage of this historic moment.

DockGrill, located in Media City, Salford, a place previously only famous for being the new home of many of the BBC’s staff, is getting in on the act. It is serving up a ‘Royal Flying Baby…

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