cunthead (heycunthead) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,

cheryl winning things, nuhdeen binging

Cheryl Cole wins glamour award

Cheryl Cole has won yet another gong as she was named TV personality of the year in Glamour magazine's Women of the Year awards.

The X Factor judge was named best dressed woman by Tatler and sexiest woman in the world by FHM in recent months and took a second Glamour prize as Girls Aloud scooped the band of the year award.

Kylie Minogue also bagged a brace as she was named woman of the year and entrepreneur of the year, while former EastEnders star Michelle Ryan won UK actress of the year.

The awards, now in their sixth year, are voted for by the magazine's readers and recognise the achievements of women in film, TV and music, theatre, business and literature.

Olympic gold medallists Victoria Pendleton, Sarah Storey and Sarah Webb Pippa Wilson won the prize for sportswomen of the year.

From the field of music, Adele was named UK solo artist of the year, R'n'B singer Estelle won the editor's special award and Katy Perry took newcomer of the year.

Newcomer of the Year - Katy Perry
Man of the Year - Kanye West
Accessory Designer of the Year - Samantha Cameron
Fashion Designer of the Year - Frida Giannini
Band of the Year - Girls Aloud
UK TV Actress of the Year - Michelle Ryan
Comedy Actress of the Year - Becki Newton
Radio Personality of the Year - Fearne Cotton
Film-maker of the Year - Sharman Macdonald
TV Personality of the Year - Cheryl Cole
Theatre Actress of the Year - Joanna Page
UK Solo Artist of the Year - Adele
Film Actress of the Year - Amanda Seyfried
Writer of the Year - Sophie Kinsella
Presenter of the Year - Alexa Chung
Woman of the Year - Kylie Minogue
Editor's Special Award - Estelle


Gills allowed


I'VE heard of bizarre eating habits but NADINE COYLE's take the biscuit – not that you would ever catch her eating any.

The GIRLS ALOUD star has been spotted weighing out her posh nosh at a top London restaurant — then sending half of it back.

She shocked diners at The Ivy when she asked the waiter to bring her a portion of plain fish with no vegetables or even a drop of sauce.

She then proceeded to dive into her designer handbag for a set of digital scales before deciding how much she could possibly stomach and ordering the rest to be taken away.

Onlookers were quite understandably put off their oysters watching the star fuss and play with the almost non-existent food on her plate.

One told me: "It was the oddest thing I've ever seen. I couldn't believe it when she just whipped out the mini scales and put them in the middle of the table to weigh bits of her fish.

"Even more bizarre was the fact that she acted as though it was the most normal thing in the world.

"Everyone was staring at her but she just carried on weighing her food."

What I don't understand is why you would chose somewhere as pricey as The Ivy if you only fancy some plain, boring fish?

Perhaps the singer has been spending too much time in LA, where I’m sure requests like these are simply the norm.

Mind you, Nadine’s not the only one following diet fads.

KYLIE MINOGUE has a grapefruit before each meal, REESE WITHERSPOON munches on jars of baby food and VICTORIA BECKHAM opts for soya beans and strawberries.

Nadine's bandmate CHERYL COLE has her own way watching the scales.

The ultra slim X-Factor judge blew £36,000 on a "wind tunnel" exercise bike that promises to suck fat away and make cellulite magically disappear.

I think the pair of them should start taking a leaf out SARAH HARDING’s book.

The Manc has never been afraid of a burger and beer or two — and she looks just great.

Or maybe the girls could follow WHOOPI GOLDBERG’s lead.

The Hollywood actress was spotted across town at a Soho hotspot scoffing four servings of mushroom risotto.

Now that's a healthy appetite to me.
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