Liz Hurley wants hubby Arun Nayar back
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A devastated Elizabeth Hurley is pleading with her husband Arun Nayar to take her back after she dumped cricketer Shane Warne.
The 45-years-old actress dumped the Aussie loverat after finding that he had sent more than 100 sex texts to a married woman at the same time he was having an affair with her.
According to an Oz man, Denis Angeleri, his wife, Adele, was wooed by Warne with a series of explicit texts like: "Very very horny today thinking of you" and "I want to see you riding me."
Now, Hurley wants to call off her divorce from her 46-year-old hubby, but her desperate bid to revive the marriage doesn't seem to be working out.
'Liz knows she's been a fool and has phoned Arun to say sorry and beg forgiveness. But Arun wants no part of it and is still going for quickie divorce,' the Sun quoted a source as saying.
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Image: Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nayar
Photographs: Punit Paranjpe/Reuters
What Jake Gyllenhaal gifted Taylor Swift
Jake Gyllenhaal has gifted his new girlfriend Taylor Swift a guitar worth 11,000-dollars on her 21st birthday.
According to Us Weekly, legendary American guitarist Chet Atkins has signed the guitar, reports the New York Daily News.
The expensive gift topped a week where he introduced his new girl to his family, including sister Maggie Gyllenhaal and his four-year-old niece Ramona on a recent trip to New York.
The two had been spotted flirting around local coffee shops in Brooklyn and Nashville in recent weeks.
'Taylor is smitten. She loves how nice and affectionate he is,' said a source.
The age difference hasn't seemed to be a problem for the lovebirds either. Jake likes that Taylor is sweet, low-key and very easy to be around,' added a source.
Image: Jake Gyllenhaal and Taylor Swift
Sandra Bullock, George Clooney in space drama
Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock has apparently landed a role opposite George Clooney in space drama Gravity.
In their new flick, the two will play the only survivors of a space mission gone wrong who are struggling to get back to Earth, reports US Weekly.
The film was originally supposed to star Robert Downey Jr., but he backed out due to scheduling conflicts, according to People.com.
Bullock and Clooney are expected to begin filming next spring, giving the new mom some more time to spend with the new man in her life: 11-month-old Louis, who she adopted recently.
The two have been spotted gallivanting around town, most recently at a friend's birthday party.
'He's just perfect, I can't even describe him any other way,' the New York Daily News quoted the gushing mom as saying.
Image: Sandra Bullock and George Clooney
Unseen Rolling Stones pictures found
Fans of rock band The Rolling Stone could soon see some rare, unseen photographs of the band which were tucked away in a duffel bag for more than 40 years.
Taken by the band's US tour manager, the late Bob Bonis, these pictures showcase the band from June 1964 to 1966 when they went from virtual unknowns to one of the greatest in the world, reports the Daily Mail.
Bonis, who helped organise the so-called British invasion of America by UK pop acts in the mid-Sixties, took more than 2,700 photos with his treasured Leica, recording the band in their most intimate moments.
The treasure trove of photographs includes shots of a 21-year-old Keith Richards and Brian Jones relaxing by their hotel pool and a smiling Mick Jagger posing in an open shirt and shades.
Bonis, who refused to publish his photos or write a book about his experiences, allowed a handful of pictures to be published in teen magazines in the Sixties.
He then stowed away the negatives and slides in a duffel bag unknown to anyone but his family and closest friends.
Now his son Alex has decided to make this personal archive public, and the result is a book called 'The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs, The Bob Bonis Archive, 1964-1966'.
Image: Rolling Stones band members Keith Richards (2nd L), Mick Jagger (2nd R), Ronnie Wood (L), and Charlie Watts
Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
Katie Holmes to return to Broadway?
Katie Holmes is considering returning to Broadway with William Mastrosimone's psychological drama Extremities.
According to the New York Times, show producers want to launch the play in the Big Apple by the 2011-2012 season and Holmes is at the top of the list to star, reports the Daily Star.
A spokeswoman for the actress confirms that she has been approached about the role.
The play centres around a woman who turns the tables on her would-be rapist before contemplating what to do with him with her two roommates.
Extremities premiered Off Broadway in 1982 with Susan Sarandon in the lead role, later taken over by Farrah Fawcett, who also played the part in a 1986 film version.
It has never been produced for Broadway.
Holmes made her Broadway debut in 2008 in a revival of All My Sons.
Image: Katie Holmes
Photographs: Phil McCarten/Reuters