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Hugh Hefner - Ex-model ditches wild Playboy Mansion life to go off-grid as interaction 'scares' her - - county Pacific
Ex-model ditches wild Playboy Mansion life to go off-grid as interaction 'scares' her
Playboy model who won Playmate of the Year and lived in Hugh Hefner's infamous mansion has swapped the photoshoots for the forest, living a nomadic lifestyle with her teacher husband.Blonde bombshell Sara Underwood was famous for baring all in her saucy snaps on social media while working as a Playboy Bunny in the mid 2000s.She was even chosen as the Playmate of the Year in 2007 and had acting credits in movies like The House Bunny and Deadly Weekend.READ MORE: Playboy model asked to leave bus after boarding wearing nothing but lingerieBut at the beginning of 2019, she and her boyfriend Jacob Witzling moved out from the big city and started a project known as "Cabinland" – building themselves artisanal cabins in a rainforest in the Pacific Northwest.In her recent post on Instagram, the 38-year-old spilled the beans on why she ditched the the limelight.She said: "I used to live at The Playboy Mansion in the bunny house, party with celebrities on a regular basis, host a live TV show for a living."Now I live in the woods and just having to interact with a human at the grocery store gives me anxiety." Answering some of her fans' questions, she said she doesn't feel scared living in the woods.Sara explained that they had a truck cabin before the Cabinland project and the couple spent more than six months installing a bedroom, a kitchenette and a lounge area behind a pickup truck.While the 38-year-old no longer takes part in shoots with Playboy, she hasn't completely forgotten her modelling roots.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Sara often shares racy snaps from the forest, usually taken by her husband, to encourage fans to sign up to her OnlyFans account.READ
Steve Macqueen - Steve McQueen's final words after refusing conventional treatment amid cancer battle - express - Spain - Mexico - county Santa Rosa - county Pacific - county El Paso
Steve McQueen's final words after refusing conventional treatment amid cancer battle
Hollywood star travelled to Mexico where he underwent a series of alternative treatments in a bid to be declared cancer-free.The Great Escape star had been diagnosed with mesothelioma, a rare form of lung cancer and it had spread widely through his upper body.The type of cancer McQueen was diagnosed with is caused by exposure to asbestos and has no known cure. As a result, McQueen shunned conventional forms of cancer treatment and embarked on a controversial treatment programme in a bid to become cancer-free.He was in a Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, hospital having surgery to remove a massive tumour when he suffered a heart attack and uttered, "I did it! in Spanish before passing away.The alternative programme is reported to have included large amounts of vitamins, an organic diet, coffee enemas and the injection of animal cells.After being warned that the tumour was inoperable and his heart wouldn't be able to withstand surgery, the actor checked himself into a clinic under the name Samuel Sheppard.At the time, Cesar Santos Vargas, a heart and kidney specialist with the Santa Rosa Clinic in Juarez claimed that the Hollywood star was "barely able to walk", even with the help of a cane.He told how he'd found a "very huge tumour in McQueen's right lung", which had spread to his left, and into his intestines through his neck.Following a 12 hour surgery to remove tumours, the specialist said that the star gave a thumbs-up sign and said in Spanish, "Lo hice!".However, McQueen tragically died after suffering an embolism soon after.El Paso Times reported that the actor died in his sleep.The star was cremated and his ashes spread in the Pacific Ocean.In the months before his death, McQueen wanted to clear the air with some of his
Reed Hastings - Netflix boss says streamers will kill off linear TV in 10 years despite losing 1m users - - USA - city Hastings - county Pacific - Netflix
Netflix boss says streamers will kill off linear TV in 10 years despite losing 1m users
Netflix boss reckons streamers will have killed off traditional telly in just 10 years.Co-CEO Reed Hastings has declared that “linear TV” is headed for extinction thanks to the get-what-you-want-now generation of new online TV services.He made the prediction despite the streamer recently haemorrhaging a million subscribers, mostly due to the cost of living crisis.READ NEXT: Instagram adds new hidden posts you have to pay to seeMr Hastings said: “It’s definitely the end of linear TV over the next five to 10 years.“And, as Nielsen will announce on Thursday, our share of US TV viewing reached an all-time high of 7.7% in June (versus 6.6% in June 2021), demonstrating our ability to grow our engagement share as we continue to improve our service.”Netflix reported a loss of about 970,000 subscribers in the last quarter.The streamer insisted it was a “better-than-expected” result.There had been a projection it faced losing around two million users in the three months between April and July as living costs surge.Netflix’s stocks also plummeted by about 37% in April.Hastings said: “We’re talking about, you know, losing one million instead of losing two million so you know our excitement is tempered.”The subscriber losses reported by the company on Tuesday are the biggest in its 10-year history.It reported the highest numbers of cancellations, around a million, in America US and Canada.It was followed by a loss of a smaller number of subscribers in Europe.This was offset by a gain of over one million customers in the Asia/Pacific region.Hastings said execution “really well on the content side”, with “lots of titles”, had still led to “lots of viewing”.He pointed to the new series of Stranger Things as one of the company’s biggest
Joe Biden - Karine Jean-Pierre - BTS share devastation over anti-Asian hate crimes as they appear at White House amid President Biden meeting - - USA - county Pacific
BTS share devastation over anti-Asian hate crimes as they appear at White House amid President Biden meeting
BTS spoke of their devastation over the anti-Asian hate crimes across the United States as they appeared at a White House briefing earlier today.The K-Pop megastars, made up of Jimin, V, Suga, Jungkook, J-Hope, Jin and RM, made their way into the White House for a meeting with President Joe Biden, on the final day of Asian American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month.The Butter singers appeared in front of a press conference where they called for a stop to the violence.Addressing the crowd – and the many thousands watching on a live stream- RM began: ‘Hi, we’re BTS and it is a great honor to be invited to the White House today to discuss the important issues of anti-Asian hate crimes, Asian inclusion and diversity.‘Lastly, we thank President Biden and the White House for giving [us] this important opportunity to speak about the important causes, and remind ourselves of what we can do as artists.‘Once again, thank you very much.’The seven-piece then took turns to approach the podium, with Jimin explaining, via a translator: ‘We were devastated by the recent surge of hate crimes, including Asian-American hate crimes.‘To put a stop on this and support the cause, we’d like to take this opportunity to voice ourselves once again.’J-Hope took a moment to thank their fans, known as the Army, for being so supportive.‘We are here today thanks to our Army, our fans worldwide, who have different nationalities and cultures, and use different languages,’ he said. ‘We are truly and always grateful.’Tune in for a briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre featuring BTS.