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A number of allegations of sexual harassment, inappropriate behaviour and rape have been made against Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein in recent days. 

A number of actresses have joined the victims in speaking out against the producer. 

Lindsay Lohan, who has previously worked with Weinstein, took to social media to defend him. 


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According to E News! the actress uploaded two videos to Instagram, in which she defended the producer.

'I feel very bad for Harvey Weinstein right now, I don't think it's right what's going on,' Lindsay said in the video. 

The video included Harvey's name typed in pink font beside an angel emoji. 

'I think Georgina needs to take a stand and be there for her husband,' she said, referring to Harvey's wife who announced yesterday that she was leaving the producer. 

'He's never harmed me or did anything to me—we've done several movies together,' she continued. 

'I think everyone needs to stop—I think it's wrong. So stand up.'

The videos have since been removed from Instagram. 


From dishing dirt on their exs to taking down Honey G, Little Mix are dominating this week’s headlines.

But just because they’re one of the world’s most popular girl bands, doesn’t mean they’ve escaped the criticism of Twitter’s infamous trolls.

After performing their latest release, Shout Out To My Ex, on The X Factor over the weekend, the girls were hit with a barrage of abuse online for their outfits of choice.


#ShoutOutToMyExOUTNOW  xjadex

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Commenting on the band’s mix of leotards, crop tops and thigh-high boots, social media users asked: “Why do Little Mix have to give in/conform and go for the prostitute look?”

Others suggested that the group “have turned into strippers”.


It felt so good to be home tonight… Where it all started! Thank you @thexfactor as always

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When quizzed about the comments on The One Show last night, band member Jesy Nelson defended the stars’ style.

She said: “Our mums are all for it and I think it’s nice that we’re four young girls who are confident in our bodies and want to go out there and rock it.”

“We don’t get told what to wear,” she continued.  “If we want to wear something, we’ll wear it.  And the thing is…no one moans when Beyoncé comes out in a leotard, so what’s the difference with us?”

Leigh-Anne Pinnock suggested that because the girls first entered the entertainment world in their teens, the public sometimes forget that they are now adults.

She said: “Obviously on The X Factor five years ago we looked so young, we didn’t know what we were doing…Now our fashion’s evolved and we’re a bit more daring and we’re very confident in ourselves.  That’s a good thing, no?”   

If it’s good enough for Beyoncé, it’s good enough for us.



Heidi Klum has jumped to Justin Bieber’s defence after he was accused of groping her at Cannes.

The supermodel spoke out about the claims involving the Baby singer – who was photographed alongside Heidi at the amfAR Gala in a snap that appeared to capture the singer touching her chest.

Heidi insisted Justin was NOT feeling her up, adding that he was in fact, a “very polite” young man.

“He was totally not touching me, by the way,” said Heidi. “It maybe looks like that because sometimes in pictures things look a little . . . I’m like, what are they talking about?”

“He’s very polite and very nice,” Heidi said of the Boyfriend singer.

Well, that’s us told!