Anna Paquin, star of vampire series True Blood, has admitted she faces a lot of "prejudice" because she's bisexual.
The Oscar-winning actress, who has also starred in X Men and She's All That (remember the funky little sister of Freddie Prince Jnr?) is married to Stephen Moyer, her co-star in 'True Blood'. Previously, she revealed she is attracted to both men and women but is hoping the more people who come out as bisexual, the less judgemental people will become.
She said: "Frankly no one had ever asked me about being bisexual before. There is a lot of prejudice against us but the more people talk about it, the less of a deal it will be. Who people choose to sleep with or spend their lives with shouldn't matter, not that anyone particularly cares who I'm attracted to."
Do you think there's still a large amount of prejudice against those who come out as bisexual?
Reports are currently circulating that Cheryl Cole has been axed from the X Factor, and replaced by X Factor darling Nicole Scherzinger.
Many sources believe the singer's Geordie accent is to blame, which Amercians are struggling to understand. This seems unlikely though, considering Welsh Steve Jones is still on the presenting team. Plus it's not like they didn't know she had an accent before they hired her.
It's a shame if the reports turn out to be true, as Cheryl has been channelling all her efforts into succeeding in the States. It'll be interesting to see what involvement Simon Cowell had in the decision too, considering he originally pushed for her to be in the show.
So, here's my suggestion: If Cheryl is on her way back to the UK, can we send The Hoff back to the USA? Seems like a fair swap!
Celebs joining Twitter can only mean one of two things: a string of mutual appreciation tweets, or an exchange of insults.
Let's be honest, the latter is much more entertaining.
So, which Twitter arguments will go down in history? I have a feeling some of these might make the list.
1) Piers Morgan vs. Sir Alan Sugar: More of a gentle banter than a full on argument, Sugar and Morgan have a constant battle to get more fans than each other. It can get a little tiresome at times (that DM button is there for a reason fellas), but it's quite a light hearted battle.
2) Amy Winehouse vs. Mark Ronson: Amy might have binned her unhealthy ways, but she's still up for a bit of controversy. Last year, she tweeted "Ronson you're dead to me" and suggested he had tried to take "half the credit" for her Back To Black album. She later apologised for the comments, but not before the UK's media picked up on it.
Celebs on Twitter. Unless you're incredibly high brow, you probably follow a few celebs on the social networking site. What better way to have a nosy at their day-to-day life?
Just starting out on Twitter? Here's five celebs to follow (who actually do their own tweeting).
Stephen Fry. The big daddy of Twitter. Has almost 2.5 million followers. Follow him for general chit chat, political commentary and the odd pic.
Lily Allen. Approaching nearly 3 million followers! Used the C word liberally. Argues with Piers Morgan quite a bit. Touchingly honest and real.
Jonathan Ross. Another early adopter and twitteraholic. Has almost a million followers. Easy to forget he's a celeb with tweets like "orning. Beautiful day and I am off to the dentist how does that work..."
Philip Schofield. The king of daytime TV has a fairly decent following of over 700,000. Expect break time banter with Holly Willoughby, exclusive pics from behind the scenes, and the odd bit of very juicy gossip.
Alan Carr. An example to all comedians on Twitter etiquette. Nearly 900,000 followers. Very funny. Prone to TMI. Occasionally drunk tweets.
So, who would you recommend is worth a follow on Twitter?
Mel B has announced today that she's having a baby in the summer with her husband Stephen Belafonte. Scary Spice joins bandmates Emma Bunton and Victoria Beckham in the pregnancy gang.
Mel told Hello! magazine "We're really excited. We wouldn't have planned and waited for four years to have a baby if we weren't really excited about it and ready for it. Even though you can never really be truly ready"
I'm looking forward to seeing what names the girls give their kids. Will Victoria name her child after the location of conception? Will Mel B go for something as cutesy as Phoenix or Angel? And will Emma go for something more mainstream?
Katie Price seems to be making a habit of spending her weekends arguing with her ex-husbands. This weekend, it was the turn of Peter Andre. The two argued, through Twitter and ridiculously long statements on their blogs, about who's the worst parent.
This time, they're arguing over (by the sounds of things, minor) burns that both Harvey and Princess have both had in the last few months.
The trouble began when Peter addressed a newspaper article about a burn Princess got while apparently in the care of Miss Price.
In response, Katie tweeted "Again lies being reported !As for peter he should know what a real BURN is like look at HARVEYS leg that he burnt while in PETES CARE!!
The sad thing is, all this public arguing is likely to be doing the children so much more damage than an accidental burn. Had the pair kept a dignified silence on the matter, no one would be talking about it now.
What do you think about Katie Price and Peter Andre's actions?