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Kevin Spacey smiles before heading into Westminster court to face 4 sexual assault charges
Hollywood star Kevin Spacey managed to smile as he arrived at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, amid a crowd of cameras and reporters.The award-winning actor is facing four counts of sexual assault against three men. Kevin, 62, has also been accused of causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent.The American Beauty star’s charges came after a review by the Crown Prosecution Service of the evidence gathered by the Met Police in its investigation.He arrived in Westminster this morning dressed in a light blue suit and glasses.The Oscar-winning actor has been charged with two counts of sexual assault on a man, who is now in his 40s, over an incident which allegedly took place in March 2005 in London.He has also been charged with sexual assault on a man, now in his 30s, which took place in April 2013 in Gloucestershire, according to allegations.In addition, Kevin has been charged with sexual assault on a man who is now in his 30s, from August 2008 in London.He has also been charged with a separate count of causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent on the same man. Charges against Kevin were authorised last month by the Crown Prosecution Service. However, the actor could only be charged once he had travelled to the UK.Following the announcement from our Crown Prosecution Service, Kevin expressed his “disappointment” in a statement released to Good Morning America.“While I am disappointed with their decision to move forward, I will voluntarily appear in the UK as soon as can be arranged and defend myself against these charges, which I am confident will prove my innocence,” he said.Kevin is one of the most famous actors in Hollywood, starring in some of the most
Nicole Scherzinger wears Platinum Jubilee Pageant hat to Britain's Got Talent final
Britain's Got Talent viewers noted how Nicole Scherzinger wore the same outfit to the show's finale that she was wearing at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.The Pussycat Dolls singer looked a little overdressed in her posh ensemble sitting next to audience members wearing more casual attire at the final of the ITV talent contest.BGT's live final aired just hours after Nicole, 43, appeared on an open-top bus as part of a 2010s-themed attraction at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Pageant on Sunday (June 5).The former X-Factor judge wore a cream dress with floral print and finished the outfit with a distinctive cream headdress decorated with a large faux flower.Social media users spotted that she kept the hat on while enjoying the BGT final at London's Apollo Theatre.One wrote on Twitter: "Love how @NicoleScherzy is sat in the audience still with her big ass hat on!"A second tweeted: "Fancy sitting behind Nicole Scherzinger in her big hat in the audience?!" While a third questioned: "Why is Nicole Scherzinger there STILL IN HER PAGEANT HAT?!" Get the latest celebrity gossip and telly news sent straight to your inbox. Sign up to our weekly Showbiz newsletter here . Hours earlier she was pictured on The Mall in the same outfit alongside This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby and Rylan Clark, who she mentored on The X Factor.The pageant took a similar route to the one that took place in 1952 for the Queen's coronation.Starting at Whitehall, it passed a number of well-known streets in Westminster before ending up outside Buckingham Palace.The pageant was divided into four acts: For Queen and Country, The Time of Our Lives, Let's Celebrate, and Happy and Glorious.
Prince Charles 'moaned' to Camilla at State Opening of Parliament, lip reader says
Prince Charles 'moaned' to Camilla he made a historic appearance at the State Opening of Parliament, a lip reader claims.The Prince of Wales was in Westminster delivering the Queen's speech on her behalf today (Tuesday, May 10) after mobility issues forced her to pull out of the formal tradition.According to top lip reader, Jeremy Freeman, as Charles stepped out of his car he gave his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall an honest assessment of their journey, the Mirror reports.Dressed in his Admiral of the Fleet uniform, medals and honour insignia, Charles began walking through the Sovereign's entrance when he issued a complaint, Mr Freeman says.He told the Mirror, says as they got out of the car, Charles told Camilla: "Oh my word that was uncomfortable".Shortly afterwards, Charles could be seen gesturing to Camilla, appearing to tell her what side she should be standing on.And according to Jeremy, as he points out where Camilla should stand, he says: "Your side."Meanwhile a few minutes later as Charles greets officers lining the route to the throne room, he approaches the last one and says: "I hope you're well."The officer then leans forward as he didn't hear the remark and according to Jeremy says: "What, sorry?"Charles the repeats what he said to the officer, who replies: "Well, yes I'm trying." Charles and son Prince William jointly opened Parliament on the Queen’s behalf as Counsellors of State after the monarch delegated the important duty to them.