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Jack Nicholson gives acting tips to students at daughter''s university

Jack Nicholson gives acting tips to students at daughter''s universityLondon, April 28 : Jack Nicholson handed out acting advice to students at his daughter''s university campus on April 25.

The Departed star joined the panel including producers Robert Evans, Brad Grey and former studio chief Peter Bart for the Ivy League Film Festival session at Rhode Island''s Brown University.

According to the New York Post, learners picked up pointers on the subject of loyalty and artistic integrity, reports the Daily Star.

Jack Tweed’s mum says he won’t find another Jade Goody

 Jack Tweed’s mum says he won’t find another Jade GoodyLondon, April 28 : Jack Tweed's mum has said that he would never be able to replace his late wife Jade Goody with anyone.

Tweed, 21, who is presently serving 12 weeks in jail for assaulting a cabbie, lost his reality-star wife, 27, to cervical cancer on March 22.

And his mother fears her jailed son will have a tough time to get over the tragedy.

"I think he will find it very hard to find somebody like Jade. She was his first love and he won't find anyone quite like her," the Sun quoted her as telling New! Magazine.

Jamie Foxx lends his voice to the homeless

Jamie Foxx lends his voice to the homelessLondon, Apr 28 : American actor Jamie Foxx has decided to reach out to the homeless kids across America by recording a message for a crisis telephone helpline.

Foxx, 41, who stars as a mentally challenged musician who becomes destitute in new movie `The Soloist', recorded an inspiring message for Nineline as part of a social action campaign for the film.

The hotline, established by Covenant House, a social services organisation working with displaced youths in the U. S., had received more than 45,000 calls from at-risk kids last year.

War-torn nation prefer macho leaders, peaceful go for pretty faces

War-torn nation prefer macho leaders, peaceful go for pretty facesLondon, Apr 28 : In times of war and crisis, people tend to choose masculine-looking leaders to lead them, a new study has found.

While in peaceful times, they prefer feminine-looking politicians, the study showed.

Brian Spisak and Mark Van Vugt at the University of Kent, UK used image manipulation on photographs to find out whether facial characteristics influence people's choice of leaders.

Susan Boyle wants to start singing career before Britain’s Got Talent ends

Susan Boyle wants to start singing career before Britain’s Got Talent endsLondon, Apr 28 : Britain's Got Talent's singing sensation Susan Boyle has told show bosses that she would like to start her singing career and earn cash in the US before the end of the show.

Boyle, 48, dubbed Hairy Angel, is not allowed to perform on any other show until Britain's Got Talent has finished, but her friends and relatives have told her to talk to the TV chiefs about letting her start her career.

Brit women have ''fat age'' of 92 at 50

Brit women have ''fat age'' of 92 at 50London, Apr 28 : The growing appetite of British women has made them to eat away 92 years'' worth of fat by the age of 50, finds a new research.

However, men of the same age have a fat age of 71.

The study showed that those aged 40, the average woman has eaten 66 years'' worth of fat, compared to 50 for men.

The alarming results have raised concerns, as the increasing fat age could be an indication for future problems.

The daily-recommended limit of fat consumption is 30g for men and 20g for women.

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