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Alessandra Ambrosio - Jamie Mazur - 'Set life': Alessandra Ambrosio shares sultry behind-the-scenes picture from her trailer - dailymail.co.uk - Mexico - Utah - county Lee - Lake - city Sande - city Mexico
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'Set life': Alessandra Ambrosio shares sultry behind-the-scenes picture from her trailer
Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio looked nothing short of sensational in two sultry behind-the-scenes photos, which showed her relaxing in her trailer on set. Ahead of a 12-hour shoot day in Mexico City, Mexico, the 41-year-old former Victoria's Secret Angel snapped a few images of herself rocking a glamorous makeup look and light brunette locks styled in a wavy half-up, half-down hairstyle.As she laid on her stomach in front of a mirror, the mom-of-two gave a smoldering gaze towards the camera and soft smile. Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio looked nothing short of sensational in two sultry behind-the-scenes photos, which showed her relaxing in her trailer on set 'Set life…' the Brazilian-born beauty captioned the post, which she uploaded on Wednesday.    Her makeup was done by Georgi Sande and she was styled by Vogue Mexico's fashion editor Valentina Collado.She recently returned from a trip with her boyfriend Richard Lee to Salt Lake City, Utah, where they cheered on the Utah Utes football team.  Gorgeous: Ahead of a 12-hour shoot day in Mexico City, Mexico, the 41-year-old former Victoria's Secret Angel snapped a few images of herself rocking a glamorous makeup look and light brunette locks styled in a wavy half-up, half-down hairstyleAlessandra and Richard started dating back in late February 2020.The former Victoria's Secret Angel has look-alike daughter Anja, 14, and 10-year-old son Noah with her ex-fiance Jamie Mazur, 41.Alessandra last month attended Milan Fashion Week and commanded attention as she revealed her underwear in a daring ensemble at the Dolce & Gabbana show.
Ed Sheeran - Brenda Edwards - Loose Women - Jamal Edwards - Itv - Loose Women’s Brenda Edwards slams 'untrue’ rumours her son Jamal’s mural was set alight - express - Britain - city Sande
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Loose Women’s Brenda Edwards slams 'untrue’ rumours her son Jamal’s mural was set alight
Loose Women presenter set the record straight, explaining that “no one set Jamal’s mural alight”. Brenda, 53, took to Instagram this afternoon to share new information with her 113,000 followers. “Why must people speak on what they know NOTHING about?” she wrote.“Contrary to misinformed and unfactual social media posts, we would like to clarify that the simple explanation is…“No one set Jamal’s mural alight.” She continued: “Some candles got out of hand and the black smoke reached the bottom of the mural.“It was cleaned the very next morning and is as good as new.“Thank you for the concern,” she concluded with a blue heart emoji. Jama, who was a British music entrepreneur, DJ and founder of online music platform SB.TV, died in February aged 31.Jamal was also an ambassador for the Prince's Trust, a youth charity which helps young people set up their own businesses.In 2021, he set up Jamal Edwards Delve, a project aimed at refurbishing and reopening youth centres.Widely respected in the music industry, the young entrepreneur helped launch the careers of huge artists like Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Stormzy and Emeli Sandé.He was awarded an MBE in the New Year's Honours list in 2014 for his services to music.In her Instagram post, Jamal’s mum Brenda included a screenshot of the article that she described as “unfactual”, which showed a picture of the mural looking blackened by smoke.In the next photo, the mural was shown with its colour restored as a man dismounted a ladder after cleaning it.Brenda’s friends and followers took to the comments section to send her messages of support. Gina wrote: “Sorry these people have upset you my lovely x.” Lorni penned: “People thrive on gossip Brenda, nothing better to do.”David commented: “A
Camila Cabello - Billie Eilish - Ed Sheeran - Vladimir Putin - Joseph Stalin - Glastonbury Festival - Kalush Orchestra - Ukrainian bands to bring anti-war message as they rock Glastonbury Festival - metro.co.uk - Britain - Ukraine - Russia - Birmingham - city Sande
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Ukrainian bands to bring anti-war message as they rock Glastonbury Festival
Glastonbury Festival will play host to a number of Ukrainian acts this year amid the Russian invasion of their country.Kyiv folk quartet DakhaBrakha will perform on Sunday afternoon on the Pyramid stage.The group, who combine the musical styles of several local ethnic groups, have described themselves as ‘ambassadors of free Ukraine’ and have long used their performances to voice their opposition to war and the policies of Vladimir Putin.They have been donating money raised by their recent performances to the war effort.Meanwhile, Go_A will open the John Peel stage on Saturday with a performance of electronic folk music and soaring vocal melodies.The group, who formed in 2012, represented Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021 with the anthemic dance track Shum, placing fifth.Band member Ihor Didenchuk is also a member of Kalush Orchestra, who triumphed during the contest this year after a symbolic show of public support saw them climb to first place with 631 points.Glastonbury will also host Jamala, who won Eurovision for Ukraine in 2016 with her song 1944, about the forced deportation in Crimea during the rule of Joseph Stalin.The singer was forced to flee her country following the invasion and played during a fundraising concert for Ukraine in March in Birmingham that also featured stars such as Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello and Emeli Sande.She will be playing a late-night set starting at 2am on Saturday night at the Toad Hall stage.Announcing the news in June, she wrote on Instagram: ‘I will be closing the Toad Hall stage of the legendary British festival on June 25.
David Walliams - Clara Amfo - Wim Hof - The One Show viewers distracted by host Clara Amfo's 'strange' sitting habit - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - city Sande
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The One Show viewers distracted by host Clara Amfo's 'strange' sitting habit
The One Show viewers have revealed they were distracted by host Clara Amfo's "strange" sitting habit during Friday night's show.The episode saw the 37-year-old Radio 1 DJ host the BBC evening programme alongside former Boyzone star, Ronan Keating.While the programme got underway with guests including Emile Sande and Professor Green, viewers couldn't help but pick up on the unusual way Clara was sitting.The former Strictly Come Dancing star, who was wearing a beige waistcoat and high-rise boyfriend denim jeans, looked glamorous with her hair tied into a cute topknot.Nevertheless, Clara sat with her legs wide across the sofa with her hands in a folded position between her during the first five minutes of the programme.Swiftly, Clara drew fans of the show to distraction, with one disgruntled fan going as far as to suggest that the way Clara was sitting "isn't professional".One viewer wrote: "Clara is sitting in a really really strange position."Another commented: 'Is Clara sitting weird?"A third quipped: "I'm guessing Clara is afraid to move in that outfit?!"Meanwhile, a fourth complained: "Clara, your legs! Shut them."Another furiously concluded: "Close your legs, a man or woman sitting like that isn't professional at the camera for a chat show!"Later on in the programme, Clara could be seen shifting to a more regular sitting position.In response, one viewer asked: "Did someone have a word in Clara's ear while Bill [Gates] was waffling on??""Better, Clara," another viewer later added.Freeze The Fear star Wim Hof also appeared on Friday's show, which previewed an exclusive look at Emile Sande's latest single.On Thursday night's show, Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams was also scolded by fans for his 'disgusting'
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