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Kylie Jenner - Kim Kardashian - Kendall Jenner - Jean Paul Gaultier - Kylie Jenner puts on busty display in skintight dress as she sweetly holds hands with Stormi, four - dailymail.co.uk - Bahamas - county Hand - Beyond
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Kylie Jenner puts on busty display in skintight dress as she sweetly holds hands with Stormi, four
Kylie Jenner put on a busty display in a new throwback album she posted to Instagram of her recent trip to the Bahamas.The sizzling makeup mogul traveled to the Bahamas this month to celebrate her 25th birthday with some of her nearest and dearest.She included a picture of herself holding hands with her four-year-old daughter Stormi as they strolled along a harbor together.  Sizzling bombshell: Kylie Jenner put on a busty display in a new throwback album she posted to Instagram of her recent trip to the BahamasIn her new album Kylie set pulses racing by encasing her curves in a skintight nude dress that threw her ample endowments into relief.Letting her luxurious black hair tumble freely over her shoulders, she accentuated her screen siren features with makeup.Kylie warded off the summertime Caribbean rays with a pair of sleek sunglasses and lent the ensemble a dash of glitz with fashionably mismatched earrings.She celebrated her birthday on a yacht with a group that included her sisters Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian. Hand in hand: She included a picture of herself holding hands with her four-year-old daughter Stormi as they strolled along a harbor together Share Follow If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline will earn an affiliate commission Flaunt your curves like Kylie in Jean Paul Gaultier £962.28 Jean Paul Gaultier 'Sailor Tattoo' tankini at 1st Dibs Shop pre-loved here Buy now Kylie Jenner is currently celebrating her 25th birthday with a lavish bash.
Paul Newman - Paul Newman’s daughters sue late Hollywood star’s charitable foundation for $1,600,000 - metro.co.uk - USA - Taylor - Indiana - state Connecticut - city Elizabeth, county Taylor - county Hand - county Woodward
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Paul Newman’s daughters sue late Hollywood star’s charitable foundation for $1,600,000
Paul Newman’s daughters are suing the late Hollywood star’s charitable foundation, accusing it of ‘dishonouring’ Newman’s legacy and going against his wishes.The charity is controlled and funded through Newman’s Own, the food and drink line which uses the actor’s likeness on products including pasta sauces and popular salad dressings.Susan Kendall Newman and Nell Newman, two of the star’s six children, allege that their own charity organisations are supposed to receive $400,000 (£338,000) each annually – as mandated by their father – but that those payments have been slashed in half in recent years.Filing a lawsuit on Tuesday in Connecticut, the siblings are now seeking $1.6million (£1.35m) in damages to be donated to their own charities to distribute.The complaint also claims that the foundation has ‘lost its way and strayed from its mission to preserve and honour Paul Newman’s legacy’, with the sisters interpreting the apparent change as the start of a plan to force them out of the organisation and having any right in saying how the products’ profits are donated to charities.The foundation enjoys funding from the ownership of The Great Escape star’s publicity rights.Newman created Newman’s Own in 1982, with all profits going to charity, before creating the foundation in 2005.The popular star, known for roles in such classics as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Elizabeth Taylor, Cool Hand Luke and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, died in 2008.He had lived with his wife, actress Joanne Woodward, in Westport, Connecticut.Ms Newman and Ms Newman also say that their actor father only allowed the foundation to use his name and likeness providing it met several stipulations, which includes the $400,000 payments.Andy Lee, the
Mall Grab announces debut album ‘What I Breathe’, featuring Turnstile’s Brendan Yates and Nia Archives - nme.com - county Hand
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Mall Grab announces debut album ‘What I Breathe’, featuring Turnstile’s Brendan Yates and Nia Archives
Mall Grab has announced his debut album ‘What I Breathe’ – you can listen to his new single ‘Understand’, which features Turnstile frontman Brendan Yates, below.The Australian-born, London-based producer, real name Jordon Alexander, will release the record on August 5 via the Looking For Trouble imprint – pre-order is available here.“I have been lucky enough to work with some of my favourite artists which have really been the glue that keeps the project coherent,” Alexander said in a statement. “There are a lot of familiar sounds on this album that my listeners and followers have become accustomed to and joined me in the deep dive. Elements of emotional but hard and pumping club music are intertwined with house, jungle, rave and grime.“My adopted home city of London has been a huge inspiration to how my music has evolved and progressed, and on ‘What I Breathe’ I wanted to create a body of work which not only had something for everyone who has been with me the past 6 years, but also those who aren’t yet aware of what I’m about or the music I make.”‘What I Breathe’ has been previewed today (May 5) by the single ‘Understand’, which features Turnstile frontman Yates on vocals – you can watch the video for the track above.The album also features collaborations with the likes of Nia Archives, Novelist and D Double E.
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