Russell Brand Denies Cheap Hotel Sex With Celebrity Big Brother Transsexual Lauren Harries
That will be in the book too.” She later tweeted: “I had sex with Russell Brand in one of Endemol’s cheap hotel’s. Although Russell thinks he’s Jesus – believe me girls, he’s not.” The Celebrity Big Brother contestant, who finished third in this year’s final, will reveal the identities of the stars she said she has bedded in an explosive new tell-all book. Russel Brand Denies Romp with Lauren Harries Harries, who shot to fame as child antiques expert James Harries on the Terry Wogan Show, hoped to capitalise off her CBB success with her explosive autobiography. “There might be some celebrities out there worried about my book. There might be big names in there I’ve done things with,” she told the Daily Star. “A TV star. A pop star. Someone in entertainment. I have met a lot of well-known people in my life. “That’s all I am allowed to say. I’m not giving you names yet. Wait for the book. I’ve led a colourful life.” Harries, 35, claimed that her secret lovers included: A pop star who has sold millions of records around the world. He is married but his sexuality has often been questioned.
Sunday 15 September 2013 16.00 EDT Russell Brand. On the front page, page 3, and now the letters page Photograph: Richard Young/Rex Russell Brand ( ‘Subsequent to my jokes, the evening took a peculiar turn’ , 14 September) has no reason to be coy about his Hugo Boss jest at the GQ awards. After all, the late Mr Boss did not just “flog uniforms to the Nazis”, as Russell observed, but, as reported in detail in Channel 4’s excellent documentary Hitler’s Rise (Part 1, Sunday 8 September), he was an early member of the Nazi party who personally designed the uniforms both of the Brownshirts and the SS. Carry on, Russell! Brian Pollitt Glasgow Russell Brand is the best thing since the sliced brown bread in plastic bags that my local Waitrose stocks on the bottom shelf, so that this fast-approaching 80-year-old has to crawl to see if there is a “Mixed Grain” hiding at the back. However, being a vegetarian, brown-bread-eating political activist means I can stagger upright again and shout: “Keep leaping, Russell.” Anna Cheetham Leicester Russell Brand on most of the front cover and all of page 3? After two decades as a Guardian reader, I am seriously considering switching allegiance. Matt Lewis Macclesfield, Cheshire It is good to see Mr Brand promoted from the back page of Sport to the front page of the main paper. I agree with him. He is no oracle. He does, however, reflect the views of a substantial number of sane, intelligent and decent people in this country. I look forward to reading his views on the pernicious bedroom tax. Kathleen O’Neill Hayling Island, Hampshire Sign up for the Guardian Today Our editors’ picks for the day’s top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.