Carol Vorderman has called out Jeremy Clarkson for having "a go at a woman again". The former Countdown star, 62, who has just been confirmed as starring in an all-star version of I'm A Celebrity. .
Carol Vorderman has called out Jeremy Clarkson for having "a go at a woman again". The former Countdown star, 62, who has just been confirmed as starring in an all-star version of I'm A Celebrity. .
Thania Garcia Nadya Tolokonnikova, the founder of the politically charged punk group Pussy Riot, has been named one of Russia’s most wanted criminal suspects. The news first appeared on the outlet Mediazona, an independent news site founded by the band to cover the country’s courts, law enforcement, and prison systems in an effort to combat Russia’s growing press restrictions. According to documents cited in multiple media reports, including Mediazona’s, Tolokonnikova’s name was in the Russian Interior Ministry’s database of wanted individuals for unspecified criminal charges. Variety has reached out to Pussy Riot’s representatives for comment.
King Charles and Camilla, the Queen Consort, were dressed in their Royal best for a luxurious state banquet during the first night of their official visit to Germany on Wednesday evening.The monarch and his wife opted for seriously special evening wear as they put on a united front to meet and greet various important figures including former State Chancellor Angela Merkel ahead of the dinner, which was hosted by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.The King was suited and booted in his Royal tuxedo, complete with military medals and a red sash as he arrived at Bellevue Palace. And Camilla looked incredibly elegant in a black long-sleeved gown adorned in thousands of white decorative vines.The royal wore her blonde tresses in her signature blowdried style, and chose a stunning all-diamond crown for the evening.
King Charles and Camilla, the Queen Consort, have officially kicked off their new reign as Britain's monarchs, touching down in Germany for their first foreign trip. The king and his wife were greeted with a 21-gun salute and two flyover jets upon their arrival.They were also met by supporters as they descended from their plane, making their way to their vehicle.
Sophie Kasaei has showcased her latest cosmetic treatment results after having filler injected into her tear troughs and lips.The 33 year old Geordie Shore favourite, who is currently dating The Only Way is Essex’s Jordan Brook, took to Instagram to debut her new look as her doctor demonstrated how the 'tweakments' were done.Tagging ‘Dr R’ in one of her posts as she showed her 2 million followers the aftermath of getting filler in her tear troughs, they explained the procedure as being like “internal concealer that’s been placed underneath the skin”. For the treatment, Sophie had filler injected just above her cheekbones. While visiting Dr R, the 33 year old also had “Russian lips” treatment which has given Sophie to have a fuller pout.
, you probably spend more time dissecting the voices of famous—and infamous—women than you realize. In 2022, the internet dedicated to picking apart Julia Garner’s accent when she played Russian turned “German” in Inventing Anna. As part of the larger bimbohood reclamation, Paris Hilton recently that her syrupy baby voice—the subject of decades of tabloid fixation—was part of a “perfect-life Barbie doll character” she created as a .
Katy Perry has praised her fiancée Orlando Bloom after he met with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy this week.As revealed in a post on his Instagram page, Bloom met with the world leader as part of his partnership with UNICEF, who are working to provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine during their ongoing war with Russia.“So proud of the work you are doing with @unicef, my love,” Perry wrote to her partner, along with a video of him meeting the President. “You are a hero in real life too.”In his own post, Bloom wrote: “Thousands of schools in Ukraine have been damaged or completely destroyed.
Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz, USA’s Taylor Fritz, Russia’s Andrey Rublev and Finland’s Emil Ruusuvuori all hit the practice courts during the Miami Open tennis tournament on Monday (March 27) at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
Orlando Bloom is sharing snippets from his recent trip to Ukraine, his first visit to the country since 2016. The "Lord of the Rings" actor announced he had arrived in Ukraine on Sunday as part of a trip with UNICEF, during which he would learn more about how the ongoing conflict with Russia has affected the children in the country. Bloom shared photos and videos from his trip on Instagram, saying he visited the UNICEF supported Splino center and was "fortunate to hear children's laughter" there.
EXCLUSIVE: Following Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in late February 2022, Hollywood swore off the booming and lucrative box office territory, with the first studios, Disney and Warner Bros, respectively pulling their big movies out of the country, Turning Red and The Batman.
Angelina Jolie moving on – and moving up – from her ex Brad Pitt with David Mayer de Rothschild? The two have all eyes on them following their recent outing.The Oscar winning actress was spotted having lunch, which reportedly lasted three hours according to Page Six, with the billionaire environmentalist, who is heir to the centuries-old Rothschild fortune, in Los Angeles on Thursday.The two made celebrity-favorite Nobu Malibu the destination of their highly-publicized, and lengthy, lunch.WATCH: Angelina Jolie opens up about her sustainability effortsMORE: Brad Pitt lists $40m mega-mansion amid divorce battle with Angelina JolieFor their outing, both of them kept their attire simple, with Angelina, 47, opting for a black pantsuit with side cut-outs on her waist, paired with her signature oversized black sunglasses and black pumps, while David, 44, donned a dark gray sweater with navy pants and a charcoal gray blazer. While little is yet known about the nature of their marathon lunch — although Angelina's philanthropic interests go far and wide — David is not exactly a low-profile figure himself.Born in London, he is the youngest of Victoria Lou Schott and Sir Evelyn de Rothschild's three children.MORE: Angelina Jolie just perfected the coffee run in a 90s throwback slip dressHe is both an environmentalist and an adventurer who has gone on epic expeditions: a 100-day crossing of the Arctic from Russia to Canada and an 8,000 nautical mile sailing journey from San Francisco, to Sydney on a sustainable ship he himself invented called the Plastiki, made primarily out of recycled plastic bottles.
, which tells the real-life story of the high-stakes legal battle that took place to secure the rights to the iconic game.In the film, Taron Egerton stars as Henk Rogers, a Dutch video game designer who travels to the Soviet Union in 1989 to meet the game's creator, Alexey Pajitnov (Nikita Yefremov), and attempt to secure handheld rights to the game, so Tetris can be distributed alongside Nintendo's revolutionary new Game Boy system.«I always just feel if you seek to humanize somebody and make them relatable and three-dimensional, then you are doing them the right service,» Egerton says of taking on the role in ET's exclusive behind-the-scenes look at , which also includes interviews with the real-life Rogers and Pajitnov, who recall their first meetings in Russia in a secretive, dimly lit room that «definitely had some KGB guys in there.»«It was strange to watch somebody else be me,» Rogers admitted of watching Egerton, though he praised the actor for doing a «good job.»«Tetris crosses boundaries,» adds Rogers' daughter, Maya, who is now the CEO of Blue Planet Software and managing director of The Tetris Company. «It brings people of all cultures together… Not only is Tetris an amazing game, it was only possible because of this amazing friendship between Henk and Alexey.» premieres March 31 on Apple TV+.
Rachel Riley and Pasha Kovalev have revealed that the Ukrainian refugees they have taken into their home didn't know they were a famous couple when they arrived. The Countdown star, 37, and her Strictly star husband, 43, wanted to help Sasha Borysenko, her eight-year-old son Mykyta, mother Luba and her aunt Gayla amid the conflict with Russia. Gayla arrived last June and recently the rest of her family joined her - and they all now use the nickname 'star' for Rachel after learning she is a celebrity.
Refresh for latest…: It was a bow-wow-wow! start for Lionsgate/Thunder Road Films/87 Eleven’s John Wick: Chapter 4 with $137.5M global this session. Of that, $64M is estimated from 71 international box office markets. All were No. 1 starts and cumulatively are 73% above John Wick 3 – Parabellum’s 2019 start.
Carol Vorderman has called out Jeremy Clarkson for having "a go at a woman again". The former Countdown star, 62, who has just been confirmed as starring in an all-star version of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, called out the controversial television presenter after his latest newspaper column took aim at her.
Manchester City defender John Stones has spoken about the impact the war in Ukraine had on Oleksandr Zinchenko while the pair were teammates at the Etihad.
A Scottish terrorism expert is convinced Russian leader Vladimir Putin is using a body double on public appearances. The warmonger was accused by the Ukrainians of using a stand in on a surprise visit to occupied Mariupol last Sunday - to protect himself from assassination.
England host Ukraine at Wembley on Sunday, with Euro 2024's qualifying campaign underway following Thursday's opening match against Italy.
New York Post.“I think he’s hostile to the United States, but I think the thing that we’ve seen is he doesn’t have the conventional capability to realize his ambitions,” DeSantis said of the Russian president. “And so, he’s basically a gas station with a bunch of nuclear weapons and one of the things we could be doing better is utilizing our own energy resources in the U.S.”After the 2022 midterm elections McCain expressed her support for DeSantis, calling Trump a “narcissist” and a “cancer.”GROW.
What to watch: 7 movies and show to stream this week - March 10What to watch: 7 movies and shows to stream this week - March 17“Yellowjackets” has been one of the most welcome surprises in television. The series was an unexpected hit, robooting the career of Melanie Lynskey, one of her generations best talents, with some girls lost in the wilderness drama. The series is set in two timelines, the present, and the past, following a girls’ soccer team that went missing after a plane crash in the ‘90s.
Motherland, a “dark and monumental” film about neo-nationalism in Belarus, earned the top prize tonight at the prestigious CPH:DOX festival in Copenhagen.
Lise Pedersen The top Dox:Award at CPH:DOX, the Copenhagen documentary festival, has gone to “Motherland” by Ukrainian-Belarussian director Alexander Mihalkovich (“My Granny From Mars”) and Ukrainian director Hanna Badziaka. Described by Variety as “an ominous portrait of the oppressive culture of cruelty in post-Soviet Belarus,” the film follows Svetlana, whose son died during his military service as the result of violent abuse, in her quest to expose and prosecute those responsible for his death. Dedicating the award to “all the Ukrainians fighting Russian aggression and to Belarussian political prisoners,” the directing duo thanked all those who helped them make the film, in particular the protagonists, “who were brave to stand in front of the camera and patient with us as it was a long journey of four years.”
Naman Ramachandran BAFTA-winning producer Patrick Spence is leaving ITV Studios after three years, Variety has confirmed. Spence, who serves as creative director, will leave at the end of March, ITV Studios managing director Julian Bellamy told staff via an internal memo on Thursday. Spence will continue to partner with ITV Studios on upcoming projects including “People vs. Post Office” (working title). Spence joined ITV Studios in 2020 and secured several acclaimed commissions, including the BBC’s drama-romance “Ralph & Katie,” a spin-off of “The A Word,” about the lives of a couple with Down syndrome; ITVX’s “Litvinenko,” about the investigation into the death of Russian defector Alexander Litvinenko; the BAFTA-nominated Cold War spy drama “A Spy Among Friends,” also for ITVX; and post-pandemic frontline medical drama “Maternal” for ITV.
EXCLUSIVE: Patrick Spence, the executive producer behind ITVX/MGM+ series A Spy Among Friends, is leaving ITV Studios after more than three years.
Thania Garcia Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist protest music and performance art group, will be accepting the 2023 Woody Guthrie Prize on May 6 in Tulsa at Cain’s Ballroom. The evening will conclude with Pussy Riot’s first-ever U.S. performance of “Riot Days,” a multi-media show that showcases the group’s music with documentary footage and political commentary. Members Maria “Masha” Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova will accept the prize on behalf of Pussy Riot, which also will be represented by founders Olga Borisova and Diana Burkot. Following the presentation by Nora Guthrie, Woody Guthrie’s daughter, the group will be interviewed by Robert Santelli, executive director of the Bruce Springsteen Archive and Center for American Music.
spout protest on Truth Social. In an all-caps post, he said, “Everybody knows I’m 100% innocent … Our country is being destroyed as they tell us to be peaceful!”“This is no legal system, this is the Gestapo, this is Russia and China, but worse,” he added of the ongoing deliberation. “Disgraceful!”Watters asked Graham Wednesday how Trump is “feeling about this deal” and whether or not they’ve spoken, which Graham confirmed they had.
The State Department’s annual human rights report that was released on Monday details the prevalence of so-called conversion therapy and the treatment of intersex people around the world.
arrested on Tuesday, accused the DA’s office of reading an indictment “motivated by political calculations” and demanded that he turn over communications, documents and testimony relating to what it called the “unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial authority and the potential indictment of former President Donald Trump.”Bragg slapped back at the GOP’s accusations, calling the letter “an unprecedented inquiry into a pending local prosecution,” Newsweek reported. “The letter only came after Donald Trump created a false expectation that he would be arrested the next day and his lawyers reportedly urged you to intervene.
Prince William is following in his late grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s footsteps.
Eurovision 2023 Semi-Final running orders have been revealed – check it out below.The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest will take place at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool from May 9-13, with Mae Muller set to represent the UK with ‘I Wrote A Song’.The UK city was announced to stage the contest on behalf of Ukraine, after organisers deemed the country unable to host the event due to the ongoing war with Russia.You can find all the songs that are entered for this year’s competition here.This week, Eurovision shared the running order for the Semi-Final shows, which take place on Tuesday, May 9 and Thursday, May 11.Norway will kick off proceedings for the first Semi-Final, closed out 15 acts later with a performance by Finland. The second event is set to be opened by Denmark, with Australia hitting the stage last.We got #Eurovision2023 Semi-Final running orders ✨➡️ https://t.co/V1tz85qvRD pic.twitter.com/hSjYqudp6j— Eurovision Song Contest (@Eurovision) March 22, 2023The Big Five participants – France, Germany, Italy, Spain and United Kingdom, which make the biggest financial contributions to the contest – along with Ukraine, automatically qualify for the Grand Final.Check out the full schedule below.First Semi-Final Eurovision 20231. Norway2. Malta3. Serbia4. Latvia5. Portugal6. Ireland7. Croatia8. Switzerland9. Israel10. Moldova11. Sweden12. Azerbaijan13. Czechia14. Netherlands15. FinlandSecond Semi-Final Eurovision 20231. Denmark2. Armenia3. Romania4. Estonia5. Belgium6. Cyprus7. Iceland8. Greece9. Poland10. Slovenia11. Georgia12. San Marino13. Austria14. Albania15. Lithuania16. AustraliaMeanwhile, Eurovision final 2023 tickets sold out in just 36 minutes.Tickets for all nine shows including the live Grand Final went on sale
Prince William laid a wreath at a monument dedicated to soldiers in Poland as part of a trip to meet Ukrainian refugees being helped in the Eastern European country. The Prince of Wales, 40, visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw on Thursday morning - echoing a royal engagement carried out by the late Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, who did the same in 1996. William was greeted by a guard of honour and carried the assortment of flowers to the monument, spending around 10 minutes there before leaving.
Prince William is meeting the British and Polish troops fighting in the Ukraine-Russia war.
The Night Agent is an action thriller series heading to Netflix this month.Created by Shawn Ryan (The Shield) and adapted from the novel of the same name by Matthew Quirk, the series follows FBI agent Peter Sutherland (Gabriel Basso) who is thrown into a vast conspiracy involving a Russian mole at the highest levels of the US government.A synopsis reads: “The Night Agent is a sophisticated, character-based, action-thriller centring on a low level FBI agent who works in the basement of the White House, manning a phone that never rings – until the night it does, propelling him into a fast moving and dangerous conspiracy that ultimately leads all the way to the Oval Office.”The series is directed by Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses) and Millicent Shelton, with the former also serving as an executive producer.The show spans 10 episodes in the opening season, which is released on Thursday March 23 on Netflix at 7am GMT in the UK.Netflix released a trailer for the series earlier this month – check it out above.Alongside Basso (The Big C), the show’s cast includes Luciane Buchanan, Hong Chau, D.B.
The Chicago Blackhawks organization has decided that the team will not wear Pride warmup jerseys before Sunday’s Pride Night home game against the Vancouver Canucks.
Prince William is making a surprise two-day visit to Poland, starting with a military base along the border with Ukraine Wednesday to thank troops for their commitment to helping the country defend itself against Russia. "I just wanted to come here in person to say thank you for all that you’re doing, keeping everyone safe out here and keeping an eye on what’s going on,'' the Prince of Wales told British and Polish troops gathered in Rzeszow, a city in the southwest of the country that has become a hub for shipments of military and humanitarian aid bound for Ukraine. The city is around 40 miles from the Ukrainian border and is also a transit hub for refugees. "You’re doing a really important job out here and defending our freedoms is really important, and everyone back home thoroughly supports you," he added.
Gwyneth Paltrow has appeared in a US court to stand trial in a case in which the Oscar-winning actress is alleged to have collided with a skier Terry Sanderson, leaving him unresponsive at the Deer Valley Resort in Utah in 2016. Sofia Coppola’s daughter says she was grounded for trying to charter a helicopter to dinnerPresident Biden presents National Medal of Arts to Julia Louis-DreyfusMartin Lewis explains how to get up to £200 'free cash' by switching banksMoment suspect tries escaping LAPD on skateboard after car chase3D printer attempts to make dessert from seven ingredientsPuppy 'kidnapped' by monkey as crowd watch onSuccession star Sarah Snook reveals she is pregnant with first childGwyneth Paltrow appears in court over Utah ski collisionThieves break in and steal more than £3,000 from Surrey Co-opPutin hails China’s Xi plan to settle ‘acute crisis’ in Ukraine_Original Video_m229956.
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