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Thursday, September 27, 2012

J.K. Rowling Admits To Depression And OCD

While promoting the upcoming release of her new book The Casual Vacancy, J.K. Rowling has admitted she took inspiration from her own battle with depression and obsessive compulsive disorder.

In the interview with ABC News in the US, Rowling opened up about her struggle and how writing Harry Potter helped her get past it.

For Harry Potter fans, the author also revealed she is not finished with the magical world and is considering a side step out of Harry's story and into a whole new one!

Check out the interview below to hear all the details!




Kylie Flaunts Her Best Asset

Once again Kylie Minogue has proved she has a fantastic sense of humour - and more importantly doesn't take herself too seriously - showing off a fair bit of her famous derriere in a spoof insurance advert!

In the video, by British artist Katerina Jebb, Kylie sexily strolls into view before turning to climb up a staircase - and revealing her bare behind!

We think Kylie should release another video revealing her tips on getting such a fabulous posterior...




Who's Singing Hey Jude?

A new version of Hey Jude has hit the web, featuring more than a few voices you may recognise!

The video for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital features a number of Hollywood celebs including Jennifer Aniston, Ellen DeGeneres, Lady Antebellum and Betty White.

But the highlight has to be Robin Williams who belts the song out with everything his got - and boy is it hilarious!





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