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DANIEL RADCLIFFE REPAYS OLD CAB FARE: Daniel Radcliffe kept to his word and paid back a 50 Euro loan he got from a group of Irish athletes he partied with after their championship win back in 2012. One of the guys from the group shared a photo of the money and letter he got from the Harry Potter star writing, "Two years later, Daniel Radcliffe pays us back the taxi fare from that infamous night." Daniel's letter read, "Hi guys, So, Thanks again for paying for my cab! I couldn't live with myself if I didn't honor my word and pay you back. Once again great meeting you all. Hope this covers it!"

DIRECTOR SLAMS SHARON STONE'S DIVA ANTICS: Sharon Stone's director in the film Golden Boy claims that her demands for signing onto the film were outrageous and out of control. Pupi Avati told The Hollywood Reporter, "It was a negotiation that bordered on ridiculousness, concerning embarrassing details, as if Italy was a third world country. By the way, we do have electricity in Italy." The Italian filmmaker added, "Then my brother received a phone call from Los Angeles from her manager. She wouldn't come back on the set until the photographers and especially that damned TV cameramen had gone away. Obviously we did so and she, like nothing happened, shot the scene. The thing that I found most absurd is that she had to call to the States and to close herself in a car, instead of coming to ask us directly." A rep for Sharon has denied Avati's claims and insists that she is "the consummate professional."

OBSESSIVE FAN THREATENS TO HARM HIMSELF OVER MIRANDA COSGROVE: Former I-Carly star Miranda Cosgrove was contacted by an obsessive fan earlier this month who was threatening self-harm because she didn't love him. Joshua Stockton had allegedly been sending gifts to her which were all returned unopened. He tweeted photos to her claiming he would kill himself because of his unrequited feelings. A California judge has granted protection to Miranda and ordered Joshua to keep away.

JENNIFER GARNER EXPLAINS WHY SHE ISN'T INTO SOCIAL MEDIA: Jennifer Garner isn't interested in getting Twitter or Instagram followers. The Men, Women & Children star recently chatted with People about being anti-social media saying, "I have an official Facebook page. I'm not on Twitter, Instagram. I have a couple of reasons. One, I don't want any more guilt coming from my phone or computer. I have the hardest time answering emails, anyway, so the last thing I want to feel is indebted to my phone or computer. So it's time. And the other is, what would I Instagram that people would want to see. There is nothing I would put out that people would want to see. It's probably best to stay away. They don't want to see me and my mom friends after kindergarten drop-off."

PRINCE WILLIAM GOES ON KATE MIDDLETON'S TRIP TO MALTA: Prince William stepped in to go on Kate Middleton's scheduled tour of Malta. Kate had to back out as a result of her severe morning sickness from her second pregnancy. William delivered a speech from his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II and met with Malta president Marie Louise Coleiro Preca. He also told the people, "I'm sorry Catherine couldn't be here. She's doing a little bit better, thanks. George has grown up a lot. He's a strong boy!"



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