It's been a week and a half, hasn't it?! Dare we mention the 'O' word? Oh, go on then. At 20.12 on Friday, the ceremony that's taken seven years to plan and £27m to stage had one billion people mesmerised around the world. Wow. Check out our brand new issue for all the highlights and our very own Olympic heroes. Plus with some events over already for some athletes, what's left for them to do now but part-ay! We talk to an anonymous athlete who reveals the sex, scandal and booze smuggling that's going on, as we speak, in the Olympic village.
Was there something else? Oh yes - the bombshell revelation that Kristen Stewart has cheated on boyfriend Robert Pattinson with married director Rupert Sanders is one of the most jaw-dropping scandals to come out of Hollywood. Rupert, who is married to wife and actress Liberty Ross and father-of-two, directed Kristen in her first film post-Twilight in Snow White and the Huntsman. We look at the fallout after both Kristen and Rupert issue public statements of apology...
Hold on to your hats! Walk around London this week and, amongst the athletes and A-listers, you'll see some of London's most famous statues dressed in hats! This is HATWALK, the result of a year-long, bonkers-but-brilliant fashion project by Grazia and the Mayor of London, which is part of the Cultural Olympiad. If you happen to get any snaps of the stats-in-hats, tweet them to us at @Grazia_Live with the tag #hatwalk.
Last week, 'Batman' killer James Holmes faced court for the first time after killing 12 and injuring 58 in a cinema shooting. Crystal Woodman Miller, 29 - who survived the Columbine shooting in 1999 - talks of the traumatic journey his victims now face.
PLUS, for the chance to win Lemaresca's Tina clutch AND raise money for charity War Child, don't forget to enter our goodie bag competition.
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