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Quiz: Jackie Chan, Ice Cube, James Bond...which famous celebrities are Man City fans?

Manchester City are attempting to win a third consecutive Premier League title, but which celebrities will be supporting Pep Guardiola’s side along the way?The Sky Blues have enjoyed a fine start to the campaign after a busy summer of change. Raheem Sterling, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Gabriel Jesus and club legend Fernandinho left Eastlands with the in-form Erling Haaland, Kalvin Phillips, Stefan Ortega, Julian Alvarez, Sergio Gomez and Manuel Akanji arriving in their stead.

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Former James Bond star George Lazenby apologises for “homophobic” and “misogynistic” comments
James Bond actor George Lazenby has apologised after being accused of making “homophobic” and “misogynistic” comments in a recent on-stage interview.The actor, who starred as 007 in the 1969 film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, was appearing as a guest as part of an Australian tour called The Music of James Bond.However, audience members in Perth took offence at the Australian actor’s anecdotes, describing them as “creepy” and “disgusting”.Taking to Twitter, Lazenby said he was “sorry and saddened to hear” that his stories had offended some fans.“It was never my intention to make hurtful or homophobic comments and I am truly sorry if my stories that I have shared many times were taken that way,” he wrote.Theatre producer Concertworks said it was “extremely saddened and disappointed” by Lazenby’s “language, comments and recollections” during Saturday’s (September 10) show in Perth, and have since removed the actor from all future performances of the tour.“These were his personal views and there is no excuse for this in today’s society. They do not reflect the views of Concertworks,” said the company’s lawyer, Aaron Kernaghan in a statement (via the BBC).Kernaghan added that the company has “chosen to discontinue its relationship with Mr Lazenby” and is now conducting a “thorough review of the matter”.I am sorry and saddened to hear that my stories in Perth on Saturday might have offended some people.
James Bond star Daniel Craig says shooting Olympics skit with Queen was 'incredible'
Daniel Craig has said shooting his jaw-dropping James Bond scene for the Olympics with the late Queen was "incredible".The 007 star, 54, teamed up with Her Majesty for a high-octane sketch as part of the Opening Ceremony at the London games 10 years ago.The hilarious skit saw the suave spy turning up at Buckingham Palace in a black cab to collect the monarch, as tourists visiting the plush pad stopped what they were doing and gasped.READ MORE: Daniel Craig confesses he enjoys being 'stark naked' for 24 hours once a yearDaniel, in character as Bond, strode through the halls with the Queen's beloved corgis at his heels before he arrived at her room, where she was sat at a desk writing.An aide announced his arrival but the monarch refused to be hurried and made the tuxedo-clad star wait for a moment before she turned and greeted him with the words: "Good evening, Mr Bond."Giving the secret agent a small smile she then led him out of the room and they boarded a helicopter and flew off to the games, where they appeared to parachute into the arena.The skit was a huge hit when it aired a decade ago and, reflecting on it after the monarch died at the age of 96, Daniel told the BBC: "What an incredible thing.""We will not see the likes of her ever again," he added."To be alive during her reign is something else."The Queen passed away at Balmoral on Thursday (8 September), a few hours after reports of concerns for her health.Stars, fans and dignitaries from across the world paid tribute to the much-loved royal following the sad news.Daniel was among those to speak out that day, saying that the Queen left "an incomparable legacy" and that she would be "profoundly missed".The Queen's funeral will be held on Monday, September 19.For