Russell Brand Denies Cheap Hotel Sex With Celebrity Big Brother Transsexual Lauren Harries

That will be in the book too.” She later tweeted: “I had sex with Russell Brand in one of Endemol’s cheap hotel’s. Although Russell thinks he’s Jesus – believe me girls, he’s not.” The Celebrity Big Brother contestant, who finished third in this year’s final, will reveal the identities of the stars she said she has bedded in an explosive new tell-all book. Russel Brand Denies Romp with Lauren Harries Harries, who shot to fame as child antiques expert James Harries on the Terry Wogan Show, hoped to capitalise off her CBB success with her explosive autobiography. “There might be some celebrities out there worried about my book. There might be big names in there I’ve done things with,” she told the Daily Star. “A TV star. A pop star. Someone in entertainment. I have met a lot of well-known people in my life. “That’s all I am allowed to say. I’m not giving you names yet. Wait for the book. I’ve led a colourful life.” Harries, 35, claimed that her secret lovers included: A pop star who has sold millions of records around the world.

Russell Brand: Don’t blame Muslims

Russell Brand arrives at the GQ Men of the Year party on November 18, 2008, in Los Angeles.

By Ethan Sacks / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, September 5, 2013, 2:16 PM Comment David M. Benett/Getty Images If anyone knows a bit about history and fashion, you know it was Hugo Boss who made uniforms for the Nazis, Brand said. But they looked f—- amazing! Not everyone is amused by Russell Brand s humor. The British comic was booted from Tuesday nights GQ Men of the Year Awards after-party in London over a routine that slammed corporate sponsor Hugo Boss for its World War II-era ties to the Nazis. If anyone knows a bit about history and fashion, you know it was Hugo Boss, who made uniforms for the Nazis, Brand said of the German fashion house that paid $390,000 toward the event, according to Britains Daily Mirror. But they looked f—- amazing, let’s face it, while they were killing people on the basis of their religion and sexuality.” David M. Benett/Getty Images Russell Brand leaps from the stage at the GQ Men of the Year awards at Londons Royal Opera House Tuesday night, shortly after his routine slamming Hugo Boss for its Nazi ties. The 38-year-old Get Him to the Greek star, who took home an award at the event, punctuated his routine with some goosestepping. Brand was ejected from the party at the Royal Opera House shortly afterwards, Londons Sun reported. RELATED: RUSSELL BRAND JOKES ABOUT SEX WITH KATY PERRY IN STAND-UP SHOW Hugo Boss has in recent years tried to distance itself from its founding designers ties to Adolf Hitlers government as the official uniform supplier of Nazi forces. In 2011, the company publically expressed its profound regret to those who suffered harm or hardship at the factory run by Hugo Ferdinand Boss under National Socialist rule. David M. Benett/Getty Images Noel Gallagher, Rita Ora and Russell Brand arrive at the GQ Men of the Year awards at the Royal Opera House earlier in the evening. American actor Jeremy Piven, himself Jewish, poked fun at Brands antics when he presented an award later. This event is going on longer than my bar mitzvah and Ive been sitting in the corner sweating like a Hebrew slave, he said. So thank you, Russell, for pointing out the people that killed six million of my people. But Russell himself got the last word on Twitter Wednesday: GQ editor: “What you did was very offensive to Hugo Boss.” Me:” What Hugo Boss did was very offensive to the Jews.” #GQAwards #nazitailor

Russell Brand’s ‘Nerdish, Whirling Dervish’ Revealed

(Splash News) Russell Brand is in love again. The British comedian, whose brief marriage to Katy Perry infamously ended with a text message , has been getting cozy with political journalist Jemima Khan. Over the weekend, the two were seen strolling around Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood together. The 38-year-old, who voiced a character in the summer hit “Despicable Me 2” and is in the middle of his Messiah Complex comedy tour, had his arm around Khan, 39, and both were smiling. Last week, they were spotted on a dinner date at a Vietnamese restaurant in London. The wild haired funnyman recently revealed that he had been bitten by the love bug in an article he penned for the Guardian about getting kicked out of a GQ Men of the Year Awards earlier this month. “I’m not typically immune to the allure of objectified women,” he wrote, “but I am presently beleaguered by a nerdish, whirling dervish, and am eschewing all others. Perhaps the clarity of this elation has awakened me. A friend of mine said: ‘Being in love is like discovering a concealed ballroom in a house you’ve long inhabited.'” Khan with ex-boyfriend Hugh Grant in 2007. (WireImage) Khan retweeted Brand’s story, noting he was “at his best.” According to reports, Brand met socialite Khan who has two sons with her ex-husband, former Pakistani cricket player Imran Khan, and dated Hugh Grant from 2004 to 2007 when she served as guest editor of the New Statesman magazine in 2011 and tapped him to write an article about religion and Transcendental Meditation. While Brand has been linked to many women since his December 2011 divorce filing, including Spice Girl Geri Halliwell and the newly engaged Isabella Brewster , this is the first time he’s declared himself “in love.” Meanwhile, Perry has long ago moved on with John Mayer, with whom she endured a rocky start but seems to have found more solid footing. The couple recently released a duet called “Who You Love.” It goes to prove, there isn’t one Mr. or Mrs. Right.

Russell Brand booted from GQ Men of the Year Awards over Hugo Boss-Nazi link jabs

Noel Gallagher, Rita Ora and Russell Brand arrive at the GQ Men of the Year awards at the Royal Opera House earlier in the evening.

(CNN) — This week on The Big Three we say bye bye to Michele Bachmann; comedian Russell Brand joins us (naked, apparently) to talk about his column condemning group-blame in the wake of the brutal beheading of a British soldier; and Dean and Margaret offer their take on a commencement address for the Class of 2013. First, one of the most polarizing figures in American politics decided not to run for re-election this week. I think I heard church bells ringing in reaction. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann was briefly an icon of the tea party movement and even pursued an ill-advised presidential campaign that resulted in numerous — and ongoing — ethics investigations. Bachmann used her 15 minutes of fame to divide and demagogue our national debates, routinely accusing opponents of being anti-American and parroting conspiracy theories from her congressional pulpit. Her frequently fact-free accusations made her a favorite on the far-right, but interestingly it is liberal Democrats like Dean who already think they’re going to miss her the most, while Margaret sees her departure as a win for reforming the Republican Party. Russell Brand is best known as a British comedian and TV/film star, who, in addition to co-starring in the upcoming animated film “Despicable Me 2,” is also a Solzhenitzyn-quoting, part-time essayist. In the wake of the barbaric beheading of a soldier in London, Brand wrote an essay in The Sun called “Blame this on madness…not Muslims.” Big Three podcasters John Avlon, Margaret Hoover, Dean Obeidallah Click here to hear podcast Dean was particularly touched by the effort to defend the Muslim community from the ugly passions stirred by group blame. Brand’s perspective is that mental illness is more at fault in the attack than the influence of radical Islam and that root causes must be analyzed, as well. While I agree with Brand’s assertion that we can’t let extremists determine the terms of debate for the rest of society, especially when their goal is to take us off center by inspiring further hate and distrust, I’m not convinced that taking troops out of Afghanistan would stop terrorism — and, unlike Brand, I think that evil exists. But it’s a lively, thoughtful conversation — especially considering that Brand informed us afterward that he conducted it naked looking in a mirror. Which is a sideways segue to commemorating the end of another college year. Yes, its commencement address season and already words of wisdom are being dispensed on college campuses across the country by the likes of Stephen Colbert, President Obama and Wolf Blitzer. The millennial generation is coming of age and we debate whether the “everybody gets a trophy” ethos (plus the uphill economic climb) has left them well prepared for life after college. Dean orates a commencement address of his own, while Margaret and I dispense our advice (you have to be willing to work hard if you want to follow your bliss).