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November 20, 2013

'Lauren's claims are as fraudulent as her evaluation of Ming vases on Wogan’

British comic Russell Brand has denied all allegations and rumors of ever sleeping with trans celebrity Lauren Harries.

The Celebrity Big Brother contestant, who found fame as an antiques expert as a child, has once again claimed she had a romantic one night 'fling' with the witty lothario.

She refuted Brand's earlier denial in this month's Attitude magazine, by saying they definitely had sex back in 2006 after meeting at a filming of a Big Brother's Big Mouth.

'Well, he’s a mummy’s boy and his mother would not like it,' Harries said.

September 4, 2013

Former child antique prodigy and now CBB star Harries speaks about her trouble finding love as a transgender celebrity

Transgender celebrity and former child antiques genius Lauren Harries claims she had an affair with British actor and comedian Russell Brand.

Harries, who is currently in Britain’s Celebrity Big Brother says she had a fling with Brand in a ‘cheap hotel’ and he called her a ‘sexy cow’.

Brand himself is now almost as famous for his attachments to a string of women as he is for his comedy routines, film role in Despicable Me or chat show.

July 15, 2013

As two nations of the United Kingdom celebrate and praise pours in, the deputy Prime Minister calls same-sex marriage passing an 'extraordinary step'

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has paid tribute to gay marriage passing its final vote in England and Wales.

In the last few minutes, the House of Lords passed the Marriage (Same Sex) Couples Bill in its third reading.

The leader of the Liberal Democrats, one of the lead backers of the bill in the House of Commons, spoke at an equal marriage vigil wearing a pink carnation. Several of the peers wore them as a symbol of their support.

January 16, 2012

British drama about brief love affair wins Film of the Year prize

The acclaimed drama Weekend was named both film of the year and LGBT film of the year by The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, it was announced Monday (16 January).

The film follows Russell (Tom Cullen) who, after randomly picking up an artist Glen (Chris New) at a nightclub on a Friday night, unexpectedly spends most of the next 48 hours with him in bedrooms and bars, telling stories and having sex.