The down-to-earth X-Factor winner, who topped the charts with her single Bleeding Love, lives in a two-bedroomed flat in Hackney, North London.
“It’s near my parents, Joe and Marie,” she said. “I’m not planning on moving to LA, although I do love the sun there.”
ANNA Ryder Richardson is making a documentary about her new Pembrokeshire zoo.
The 44-year-old former I’m A Celebrity contestant will live on-site in a wooden glass-roofed eco house with her husband and two children.
And it will all be filmed for Channel 4.
“It’s quite scary and not the sort of TV I’m used to,” she says. “It’s quite a serious programme because our zoo is very green and we only have endangered animals, but it’s also about the fact the funny little girl from Changing Rooms has bought it.”
NAOMI Watts doesn’t approve of the Oscars.
The Welsh-born star – who received a Best Actress nomination for her role in 21 Grams in 2004 – believes filmmaking should not be a “competition”.
Naomi, 39, said: “I’m not going to lie, it’s nice to get recognition from your peers. It means a lot. But I also feel one’s work shouldn’t be judged against someone else’s. It’s not a competition.”
SUPER-WAG Coleen McLoughlin wants to be Doctor Who’s next assistant.
The 21-year-old fiancee of Manchester United ace Wayne Rooney said she would love to take a spin in the Tardis.
“My big dream is to follow Billie Piper,” she said. “I’m a big fan of hers.”
HOLLYWOOD hell-raiser Russell Crowe must get his fiery nature from his Welsh ancestors.
The New-Zealand hardman, 43, who won an Oscar for his Gladiator role, is coming to Wrexham to trace his family tree for a TV show – and there are a few shocks in store.
His relatives include six volatile drunks and a cousin nicknamed Genghis!
Doesn’t sound like anyone we know...