They reunited in December at 106.1 KISS FM's Jingle Ball 2015."We're still friends," she told Goulding and Sheeran sparked romance rumors in 2013 when they were seen holding hands at the MTV VMAs.
He later told Washington radio station Click 98.9," I mean, normal people don't hold hands if they're just friends" but also said, "It was going on.
A 23-year-old woman from Ohio has been arrested and charged with rape and aggravated robbery targeting a male taxi driver.
Brittany Carter, of Freemont, was indicted earlier this month on two first-degree felony counts in connection to the incident that took place in late January.
model Nina Agdal who was spotted “lounging” with the actor in Montauk, New York.
Witnesses told TMZ that the pair smoked for a few hours in the lounge area at The Crows Nest restaurant before heading inside for dinner, and they were seen getting breakfast at Goldberg’s Famous Bagels.
To put that number in context: Even if Craig signed a deal for half the money and only one movie, he’d make million—more than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the highest-paid actor in the world, Of course, no amount of cash can stop the speculation.
—his own words did the job on that one when he said he was exhausted from donning the famous tuxedo—but with the date set and the 25th installment of the franchise coming on Nov.
8, 2019, it’s clear that Craig is (very likely) returning. With the film being the 25th Bond movie and Craig’s fifth turn as the iconic character ( The rumors have gone wild with names like Tom Hiddleston, Superman himself Henry Cavill, and all-around ass-kicker Idris Elba as options to step into the role.
Also of note: Elba was reluctantly drawn into a firestorm over the Bond role after writer Anthony Horowitz, who has been tasked with writing new Bond books, said Elba was “too street” for the role.
(Horowitz later apologized, saying he meant no offense.) s Sexiest Man of 2016) is one of the bookies’ favorites to suit up for 007, with the kind of smoldering looks and Briton-centric acting experience (a leading role as the gold-hearted seaman Ross Poldark in the BBC’s 2015 adaptation of The first female Bond is a possibility, at least if the betting markets have anything to say about it: Ladbrokes has given “any female” 1/14 odds to get behind the wheel of the Aston Martin, which puts the listing squarely in fifth among the current rankings. And since a female 007 would mark a major step in cinematic history, who better to flip the script than Margot Robbie, the Australian stunner who's showcased remarkable talent for stealing every scene from every movie she’s been in?