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Quickies

Published:Tuesday | May 9, 2017 | 5:00 AM
Jennifer Lopez
Adele
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J Lo loves partner's moves

 

Jennifer Lopez 'loves' boyfriend Alex Rodriguez because he can dance.

The 47-year-old singer is currently dating the former professional baseball player and has praised her 41-year-old beau for his prowess on the dance floor and is particularly pleased that they like to bust a move to the same music.

Speaking about attending the Met Gala together earlier this month, she told US TV show Today: "We had a great time that night. What do you want me to tell you? We went in. We danced. It was awesome.

"He's a good dancer. He has a great time. Again, one of the things I love is that he loves to dance, and I love to dance. I didn't say he couldn't dance! I never said that. Never. Never. No, he dances merengue. He dances all the important stuff for me. When the Spanish music comes on ... [He knows what to do.]"

 

Adele surprises Stormzy backstage

 

Adele surprised Stormzy backstage at one of his gigs over the weekend.

The 23-year-old singer had his "best day ever" when the Hello hitmaker who is referenced in his song Big for Your Boots dropped by his dressing room at London's O2 Academy Brixton.

He shared a picture of them together and captioned the Instagram post "Best Day Ever (sic)"

Following the release of his acclaimed debut album Gang Signs & Prayers, the Rolling in The Deep singer wished the grime artiste good luck with the LP on social media.

Stormzy replied: "There aren't enough characters in a tweet for me to say what I wanna say #ArtistGoals (sic)"

He also shared Adele's post.

And when Stormzy went to watch Adele, 28, perform at The O2 in London, she dedicated Make You Feel My Love to him, saying on stage: "I want to dedicate this song to a guy from South London aka Stormzy. I hope you have a great time."

 

Farrell shaves too close

 

Colin Farrell went too far when he shaved his "retro bush" with a beard trimmer for his first sex scene.

The 40-year-old actor thought that he should tidy up his nether regions ahead of his first on-camera moment but admitted that he got carried away and ended up with a "landing strip".

He recalled: "I was doing my first American film back in 2000 and there was a sex scene in it. I had never done a sex scene before. I went up to the director, Joel Schumacher, in just a dressing gown and nothing underneath. "I opened it up to him and referred to it as a retro bush. I decided I would go trim it."

Colin then said that he went into the hair and make-up department and asked if they had a beard trimmer. He said: "I went to my trailer and sat over a bin. I trimmed the right side and then the left, but I overstretched. So I then approached the right side. And kept doing it. I had a lovely, lovely, little landing strip."