October 31st, 2012

Hugh Grant tells tomorrow’s Spectator:

“Rupert Murdoch recently called me a scumbag. Harsh, but I see where he’s coming from.”


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  1. 1
    Kebab Thyme says:

    brilliant

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    jgm says:

    I don’t see where Rupert Murdoch is coming from.

    Time to get the custard pies out fellas.

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  3. 3

    One must remember that Grant is known for being short-sighted.

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  4. 4
    keredybretsa says:

    Fair enough Rupers.

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    Edinburgh dogshite on motorbike says:

    Murdoch should have told the truth by informing Grant that his hypocrotical stance in relation to the media is as wooden as his acting. No one is convinced of the faux pas outrage that has been played out by this media loviie. Grant is in desperate need of a new role and he has found it with his new sparring partner Murdoch! I think the foppish fool will get a bloody nose. Murdoch is no angel but the hypocrisy that has been played out by these media hogging drama queens is quite pathetic.

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