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Kim and Kanye didn't look especially impressed with her stunt

Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon calls female journalist 'a b***h' in front of 1,900 people

'Laura Snapes totally wants to f**k me / get in line, b***h', he said

Businessman Alan Bond, skipper John Bertrand (at helm) and keel designer Ben Lexcen, following their America's Cup victory

Alan Bond, villain and hero of Australian business, dies

Bond is remembered by some as the man who brought glory to Western Australia when he financed the country’s America’s Cup win in 1983

Andy Murray declares himself a feminist, after hitting back at sexist criticism of his coach Amélie Mauresmo

His decision to appoint a female coach was criticised at the time by fellow players

Kennedy in 2005

Charles Kennedy: Hugely popular MP who led the Liberal Democrats with great success but struggled to overcome his alcoholism

He could argue a case with passion, but maintain courtesy and respect for those with whom he disagreed

Caitlyn Jenner: Twitter bot created to remind social media users to use the right pronouns

'She not he' account has spent hours automatically telling people off — and sometimes getting it wrong

Doris Hart

Doris Hart: Tennis player who won every available Grand Slam title and once won three Wimbledon titles in a day

Her most potent weapon was the drop shot which she would hit even from behind the baseline

Howard Smith: away from the BBC, he helped set up the BA in Broadcasting Studies

Howard Smith: Television producer who made acclaimed series on such subjects as Ireland, India and the Cold War

After he left the BBC he became a senior lecturer at the University of Leeds and played an important role in setting up its BA in Broadcasting Studies

Biden: his speech in support of his father at the 2008 Democrat Convention was one of the highlights of his career

Beau Biden: Lawyer and public servant who overcame family tragedy to follow his father, the US Vice-President, into politics

He helped launch Delaware's Child Predator Task Force, directly targeting child abusers, and promoted initiatives to reduce juvenile crime and save homes from repossession

Fifa President Sepp Blatter walks to the podium at the opening of the 65th FIFA Congress in Zurich on 29 May 2015.

Sepp Blatter: Only two per cent of British people think he shouldn't resign as Fifa president

New poll shows 70 per cent of UK respondents think he should resign

Twinkle in 1965

Twinkle: Pop star and Swinging London personality best known for 'Terry', her 1964 ode to a doomed biker

She toured with the Rolling Stones and attended the Queen's Gate School in Kensington where a fellow pupil and friend was Camilla Parker Bowles

Sue-Patt as Benny Green in 'Grange Hill'

Terry Sue-Patt: Actor who made his name as football-obsessed Benny Green in the children's drama series 'Grange Hill'

Amiable and sincere, he  had trials for Queen's Park Rangers and Chelsea, and was also a talented artist

Quietly classy: Ellerington in action for Southampton against Blackpool in 1953

Bill Ellerington: Full-back for Southampton and England who stayed on at the Dell to become a shrewd lieutenant to Ted Bates

Always an insightful judge of a player, Ellerington later became a productive talent scout

The pair in their heyday in 1967

Art Garfunkel calls Paul Simon a 'monster' with a Napoleon complex

There is no 'Bridge over Troubled Water' for the pair who had an acrimonious break up in 1970

Handy tips: Dom Joly (left) in a promotional image for Trigger Happy TV

How not to make the big time: Dom Joly shares 39 lessons from his showbiz career

Avoid Gillian McKeith, don't drink and tweet, and keep your hands off Slash's whiskey...

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