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Kim Kardashian - Kris Jenner - Keith Urban - Nicole Kidman - Naomi Campbell - Dua Lipa - Anwar Hadid - Christine Quinn - Kim Kardashian has us gasping as she walks star-studded Balenciaga show alongside Naomi Campbell and Nicole Kidman - - France - Paris
Kim Kardashian has us gasping as she walks star-studded Balenciaga show alongside Naomi Campbell and Nicole Kidman
Dua Lipa and actress Nicole Kidman in a cacophony of fashion for our Wednesday.Oh Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn was also in the show.We cannot stress enough that we are gasping at the whole shebang.Kim – who is in Paris with her extraordinarily fashionable nine-year-old North West, and her mum/momager Kris Jenner – has long been a Balenciaga fan, fronting its recent bag campaign, but this couture show takes her involvement to a whole new level.The blonde star wore an extravagant black gown with long sleeve-glove hybrids (totally a thing) as she slowly sauntered through a series of rooms that made up the maze of a runway in the French capital, teaming the dress with black stockings and rather angular heels that’ll have your eye out with one wrong move.It marked just another Balenciaga moment for Kimmy, who caused a stir recently after wrapping herself up like a Balenciaga mummy in bright yellow tape for Paris Fashion Week in March.On hand for moral support from the bleachers, Kardashian matriarch Kris sat opposite Vogue doyenne Anna Wintour on the front row, as her daughter meandered past amid a roll call of who’s who in the entertainment bizz.One Kiss singer Dua, in a canary yellow, one-shoulder dress, glided between the guests, followed by Bella – whose brother Anwar Hadid was recently in a long-term relationship with the pop star – in a green half -mini-skirt.After Bella came Kim, who was followed by Oscar-winning actress Nicole, who looked like something from a picnic table, as she rocked a metallic silver dress we can’t help but compare to tin foil (you can take that as our official fashion police critique) and long black gloves.She sauntered past husband Keith Urban who was sitting in the front row just a few
Wife of tennis star slapped umpire after husband quit Wimbledon midway through match - - France
Wife of tennis star slapped umpire after husband quit Wimbledon midway through match
Wimbledon history books for all the wrong reasons after storming out mid-match following a row with an umpire - who was then attacked by his wife.Tarango may have banked over £3million during an extended professional career - but he is best known for quitting during his third-round clash against Alexander Mronz back in 1995 following an argument with umpire Bruno Rebeuh.Having grabbed his bags and stormed off the court, wife Benedicte Tarango then made the actions of her husband look trivial by targeting Rebeuh physically. READ MORE: Venus Williams had to change her bra mid-match after Wimbledon officials complained Following a debate over a serve while he was a set down and losing 2-1 in the second, Tarango told the crowd to shut up after being told to: "Get on with it".He was then penalised him for a code violation which didn't go down too well to say the very least. Tarango complained: "They can say anything at me but I can't say anything back."Then demanding that a supervisor be called, he said: "I've got a big beef."With supervisor Stefan Fransson suggesting he plays on, Tarango exclaimed at Rebeuh: "You are the most corrupt official in the game and you can't do that." Which led to a second code violation. Should players be banned for life if they walk out on a match? Tell us in the comments section Having then defaulted himself by walking off the court, his 30-year-old French wife Benedicte gatecrashed his subsequent press conference.Mrs Tarango then admitted that she had attempted to slap the umpire while confronting him - before trying to defend her violent actions."Yes I did," she said when asked if the slap had taken place."And I don't think it's bad.
Brad Pitt - Juliette Binoche - Morgan Freeman - David Leitch - Frank Grillo - David Strathairn - Brad Pitt, Juliette Binoche and Slew of New Talent Lead Locarno Film Festival Lineup - - France - Italy - Switzerland - Eritrea
Brad Pitt, Juliette Binoche and Slew of New Talent Lead Locarno Film Festival Lineup
Marta Balaga Switzerland’s Locarno Film Festival has revealed the lineup for its 75th edition, sticking to its promise of discovering new talent.A slew of debuting filmmakers will showcase their works, from Italy’s Nicola Prosatore with “Piano Piano” to Caterina Mona, focusing in “Semret” on an Eritrean single mother working at a Zurich hospital and dreaming of becoming a midwife.Thomas Hardiman’s U.K.’s proposition “Medusa Deluxe,” a murder mystery set in a competitive hairdressing competition — boarded by New Europe Film Sales — is also bound to generate some excitement.“‘Medusa Deluxe’ is one of the coolest debuts of the year,” the company’s CEO Jan Naszewski enthused to Variety. “I’m sure it will rock the Piazza Grande and give the festival a great spark.”But Locarno will also bring in heavyweights, starting with a screening of the much-anticipated Brad Pitt vehicle “Bullet Train,” directed by “Atomic Blond” helmer David Leitch, and Olivia Newman’s “Where the Crawdads Sing” with Daisy Edgar-Jones and David Strathairn.Anna Gutto’s “Paradise Highway” packs star power as well, starring the likes of Morgan Freeman, “Captain America’s” Frank Grillo and Juliette Binoche, cast as a truck driver forced to smuggle illicit cargo to save her brother from a prison gang.In an interview with Variety earlier this year, the French actor described the role as a “worthwhile challenge.”“I never imagined I’d play a truck driver! I was drawn to incongruity and the prospect of embarking on a new adventure.
Lionel Messi - Neil Lennon - Tiny Celtic wonderkid who played for U20s while just 13 years old finds new club - - France - Scotland
Tiny Celtic wonderkid who played for U20s while just 13 years old finds new club
Celtic wonderkid, who played for their under-20s side at just 13, has signed for Ligue 1 outfit Stade Brest on a free transfer.Karamoko Dembele, 19, was tipped for stardom at Parkhead when representing the Bhoys' youth side seven years underage but failed to kick on from his initial promise. The teeny-weeny winger starred for Celtic's under-13s in the St Kevin's Boys Academy Cup, where he was named player of the tournament, before being fast-tracked into the first-team.Dembele, the younger brother of Bournemouth ace Siriki, drew comparisons with seven-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi during the early years of his career due to his dazzling feet and silky dribbling and hit the headlines in 2016 when he replaced 16-year-old Jack Aitchinson for the final nine minutes of Celtic's under-20's 3-1 win over Hearts.READ MORE: Celtic fans want Karamoko Dembele, 15, to start against Hibernian as training clip emergesMaking his senior debut as a 16-year-old, the England youth international was introduced as a second-half substitute by then-manager Neil Lennon, helping Celtic to a 2-1 victory whilst also collecting a Scottish Premiership winners medal.In the same year, Dembele was named by French outlet L'Equipe as one of six "outstanding young players set to revolutionise the game," in a list that also included Barcelona starlet Ansu Fati, though he managed just 23 first-team minutes that season.Scoring his first goal in a 4-0 romping of St.Johnstone during the behind-closed-doors 2020/21 campaign, Dembele was anticipated to vie for a starting berth the following season but a serious ankle injury hampered his progress.
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