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The Columbian
‘Bachelor in Paradise’ tackles age shamingIf you’ve been watching “Bachelor in Paradise” this season (and why wouldn’t yo
‘Bachelor in Paradise’ tackles age shaming
The Columbian / Posted 2 hours ago
If you’ve been watching “Bachelor in Paradise” this season (and why wouldn’t you be, because who doesn’t love a good trainwreck), you may have noticed a theme: 30 is old. Seriously, are you 30 or older? You may as well give up now, because there are... Read more
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The Age
State of the art: how Victoria is developing its design courses and credentialsMilliner Richard Nylon is all about the pushing the design envelope. When he wa
State of the art: how Victoria is developing its design courses and credentials
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Milliner Richard Nylon is all about the pushing the design envelope. When he was commissioned to make a Minnie Mouse headpiece, he turned to technology. "Millinery is an applied art that most people think is frozen in 1950. It isn't, and I encourage... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane Fashion Fesitval: Five things we learned at MBFFIf the Australian fashion landscape was a TV, Brisbane would be the best high-d
Brisbane Fashion Fesitval: Five things we learned at MBFF
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 hours ago
If the Australian fashion landscape was a TV, Brisbane would be the best high-definition model. Everything is louder, bigger and more glitzy in the pineapple capital as witnessed on (and off) the catwalk at this year's Brisbane Fashion... Read more
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Daily Press
Back to Reality: Five local residents became temporary TV stars — and lived to tell their talesA little more than a decade ago, Evan Marriott had one of the most famous faces
Back to Reality: Five local residents became temporary TV stars — and lived to tell their tales
Daily Press / Posted 17 hours ago
A little more than a decade ago, Evan Marriott had one of the most famous faces in America. Reality television was emerging a dominant entertainment format, and quite improbably, this 29-year-old construction worker from Virginia Beach had been... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Last chance to join fashion eliteBachelorettes turned heads when they modelled swimwear. Photo / Supplied Today
Last chance to join fashion elite
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
Bachelorettes turned heads when they modelled swimwear. Photo / Supplied Today is the last chance to get among the glamour at New Zealand Fashion Week. NZ Wedding Magazine will unveil the latest gowns and suits from homegrown designers such as Hera... Read more
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News.com.au
What’s on TV this week? Here are the 14 shows worth watchingTV & Radio What’s on ... a rundown of the 14 shows worth watching this week,
What’s on TV this week? Here are the 14 shows worth watching
News.com.au / Posted 20 hours ago
TV & Radio What’s on ... a rundown of the 14 shows worth watching this week, from drama to reality and docos and beyond. Picture: iStockSource: Supplied THERE’S a US tech-themed... Read more
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Daily Mail
Zayn Malik is supported by mother Tricia as they head out for dinnerMama's boy! Zayn Malik is supported by his mother Tricia as they head out for d
Zayn Malik is supported by mother Tricia as they head out for dinner
Daily Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
Mama's boy! Zayn Malik is supported by his mother Tricia as they head out for dinner date following his controversial few weeks He looks to be adopting a bad boy reputation as of late following a string of Twitter feuds. But it seems Zayn Malik is... Read more
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Mashable
The perfect snacks to pair with today's hottest TV showsWhat's This?Your all purpose guide to television and food pairings is finally h
The perfect snacks to pair with today's hottest TV shows
Mashable / Posted 21 hours ago
What's This?Your all purpose guide to television and food pairings is finally here. Snacking isn't America's national sport, but it might as well be. There is nothing as enjoyable as curling up on the couch with a full DVR and a bowl full of...no,... Read more
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Daily Mail
DeAnna Pappas is expecting a baby boy with husband Stephen Stagliano'We're having a baby boy!' Pregnant DeAnna Pappas reveals the gender of second
DeAnna Pappas is expecting a baby boy with husband Stephen Stagliano
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
'We're having a baby boy!' Pregnant DeAnna Pappas reveals the gender of second child she's expecting with Stephen Stagliano DeAnna Pappas announced her pregnancy on Instagram earlier this week, and she used the same medium to share the gender of her... Read more
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Western Advocate
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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Manning River Times
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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The North West Star
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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The Border Mail
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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WA Today
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformGame of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Game of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed, written account of the developments in a particular show was purely the... Read more
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Canberra Times
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformGame of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Game of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed, written account of the developments in a particular show was purely the... Read more
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The Age
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformGame of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
The Age / Posted yesterday
Game of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed, written account of the developments in a particular show was purely the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformGame of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Game of Thrones sparks new round of spoofs It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed, written account of the developments in a particular show was purely the... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Agreement provides transfer path for Williamson gradsStudents in Williamson's construction technology programs will benefit from a t
Agreement provides transfer path for Williamson grads
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Students in Williamson's construction technology programs will benefit from a transfer pathway into Penn College's bachelor's degree in residential construction technology and management without repeating coursework. "Everyone at Williamson, from... Read more
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Digital Spy
Who? The 11 biggest non-celebrities on Celebrity Big BrotherCelebrity Big Brother kicked off last night and as always, people across the na
Who? The 11 biggest non-celebrities on Celebrity Big Brother
Digital Spy / Posted yesterday
Celebrity Big Brother kicked off last night and as always, people across the nation were scratching their heads in confusion. Austin Armacost? Farrah Abraham? Nope. But CBB has a grand tradition of sticking in non-celebrities in the house and passing... Read more
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chroniclelive
Watch Durham barman celebrate £1m National Lottery scratch card winLucky bartender Lewis Rider certainly won’t be the one pouring drinks at his bi
Watch Durham barman celebrate £1m National Lottery scratch card win
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
Lucky bartender Lewis Rider certainly won’t be the one pouring drinks at his birthday next week... after scooping £1m on a National Lottery scratch card. Lewis said: “I still can’t really believe it; it doesn’t feel real. “I had some spare change... Read more
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The Courier
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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The Young Witness
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artformOnce the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular sho
From The Bachelor to Game of Thrones: how TV recaps became a new artform
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon. It's hard to pinpoint exactly when television recaps first became a cultural phenomenon. Once upon a time, sharing a detailed,... Read more
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iol.co.za
Education hopes rest on new gradsDurban - Three decades and millions of rands later, trying to retrain teachers
Education hopes rest on new grads
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
Durban - Three decades and millions of rands later, trying to retrain teachers in South Africa was not working, a report on teacher education said, affirming existing research. Even when schools were well-managed and teachers had access to... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Debbie Reynolds getting honorary OscarSpike Lee, Gena Rowlands and Debbie Reynolds will receive honorary Oscars this
Debbie Reynolds getting honorary Oscar
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Spike Lee, Gena Rowlands and Debbie Reynolds will receive honorary Oscars this year. They will be honored at the Governors Awards on Nov. 14, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday. Rowlands was nominated for best... Read more
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Daily Mail
Whitney Port says Brody Jenner's Hills relationships were real'I think he's just embarrassed' Whitney Port says former The Hills co-star Brod
Whitney Port says Brody Jenner's Hills relationships were real
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
'I think he's just embarrassed' Whitney Port says former The Hills co-star Brody Jenner did hook up with the girls on the show despite his claims it was all fake It's been five years since MTV's The Hills ended, but the off-screen drama is still... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hugh Jackman, 46, posts handsome snap from his younger yearsYou haven't changed a bit! Hugh Jackman, 46, posts handsome throwback snap from
Hugh Jackman, 46, posts handsome snap from his younger years
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
You haven't changed a bit! Hugh Jackman, 46, posts handsome throwback snap from his younger years He may not live down under any more, but Hugh Jackman is still as Aussie as they come. The LA-based actor, who returned to his Sydney home town... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cate Blanchett to receive British Film Institute Fellowship in LondonCate Blanchett to receive British Film Institute Fellowship at London awards ce
Cate Blanchett to receive British Film Institute Fellowship in London
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Cate Blanchett to receive British Film Institute Fellowship at London awards ceremony where her new movie Truth with Robert Redford will premiere The BFI London Film Festival in October is set to be a busy week and a half for Cate Blanchett. The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Spinoff's TV Week: Smelly skunks, scary zombies and pretty little thingsTV obsessed website The Spinoff brings together the best, worst and weirdest mo
The Spinoff's TV Week: Smelly skunks, scary zombies and pretty little things
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
TV obsessed website The Spinoff brings together the best, worst and weirdest moments on television each week. Rachel Hunter tries out a scent on her new show, Tour of Beauty. Graham Lowe vs Jacinda Ardern Every damn day Paul "Mensa" Henry invites... Read more
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News.com.au
Osher Gunsberg reveals what happened when the cameras weren’t rolling on The BachelorAFTER each episode, we ask The Bachelor’s host-with-the-most to answer five of
Osher Gunsberg reveals what happened when the cameras weren’t rolling on The Bachelor
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
AFTER each episode, we ask The Bachelor’s host-with-the-most to answer five of our burning questions about the show. Read on for Osher Gunsberg’s take on the blind date, the big threat in Lana and what makes Sam hot under the collar when The... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Restaurant Revolution sinks to a new low while The Bachelor continues to fly for Ten Lewis, Doc Martin and daytime soapie The Bold and the Beautiful were some of
Restaurant Revolution sinks to a new low while The Bachelor continues to fly for Ten
MumBRELLA / Posted 2 days ago
Lewis, Doc Martin and daytime soapie The Bold and the Beautiful were some of the shows to outrate Seven’s Restaurant Revolution on Thursday, as the reality cooking... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
Editor's notebook — Aug. 28Inside today’s paper: Our annual Pigskin Preview edition is here, just in time
Editor's notebook — Aug. 28
Clovis News Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Inside today’s paper: Our annual Pigskin Preview edition is here, just in time to kick off the area high school and college football seasons. Deputy Editor Kevin Wilson coordinated this year’s content, with plenty of help from staff members Matthew... Read more
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News Mail
Bundaberg workers Australia's safestBUNDABERG workers are among the country's safest. An APN Newsdesk analysis of
Bundaberg workers Australia's safest
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
BUNDABERG workers are among the country's safest. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia data shows the region was one of the few local government areas to have no injury or fatality compensation claims accepted in the 2013-13 and 2013-14... Read more
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The Manila Times
Aquino hopes for real ‘babes’ next yearAugust 27, 2015 11:22 pm by JOEL M. SY EGCO SENIOR REPORTER PRESIDENT Benigno
Aquino hopes for real ‘babes’ next year
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
August 27, 2015 11:22 pm by JOEL M. SY EGCO SENIOR REPORTER PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino 3rd, the country’s first bachelor leader, hinted of a more active love life after his term, saying he was “hoping” for a... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
BAA Training and TSI hosting an Open Door DayAviation training centre BAA Training (Vilnius, Lithuania) and Transport and Te
BAA Training and TSI hosting an Open Door Day
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 2 days ago
Aviation training centre BAA Training (Vilnius, Lithuania) and Transport and Telecommunications Institute (Riga, Latvia) are inviting to the open door day in order to introduce newly developed Engineering Science in Aviation Transport and ATPL(A)... Read more
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WA Today
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licencesIt seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air right
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licences
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
It seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air rights. Photo: Getty Images To get a real understanding of how tough the free-to-air television networks are doing it, one need look no further than the massive write-downs in... Read more
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The Age
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licencesIt seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air right
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licences
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
It seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air rights. Photo: Getty Images To get a real understanding of how tough the free-to-air television networks are doing it, one need look no further than the massive write-downs in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licencesIt seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air right
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licences
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
It seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air rights. Photo: Getty Images To get a real understanding of how tough the free-to-air television networks are doing it, one need look no further than the massive write-downs in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The Bachelor goes dating in darkThe Bachelor Australia 2015 episode 10 recap | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywor
The Bachelor goes dating in dark
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
The Bachelor Australia 2015 episode 10 recap | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website Be still our beating hearts. Now if we can just think of a joke about... Read more
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Canberra Times
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licencesIt seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air right
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licences
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
It seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air rights. Photo: Getty Images To get a real understanding of how tough the free-to-air television networks are doing it, one need look no further than the massive write-downs in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licencesIt seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air right
Networks do it tough as $2 billion is wiped off the value of television licences
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
It seems Nine is paying top dollar for the rights to the live free-to-air rights. Photo: Getty Images To get a real understanding of how tough the free-to-air television networks are doing it, one need look no further than the massive write-downs in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bachelor’s Bec sets the record straightThe Bachelor’s Bec Chin responds to the rumours about her earlier connection wi
Bachelor’s Bec sets the record straight
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
The Bachelor’s Bec Chin responds to the rumours about her earlier connection with Sam Wood | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website No regrets ... Bec Chin... Read more
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Daily Mail
Megan Gale shows glowing complexion as she goes make-up free in PerthForty and flawless! Megan Gale flaunts her glowing complexion as she dresses do
Megan Gale shows glowing complexion as she goes make-up free in Perth
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Forty and flawless! Megan Gale flaunts her glowing complexion as she dresses down in oversized knit for her flight out of Perth She head back to her hometown of Perth for a whirlwind visit this week to help launch Qantas' new business lounge. But... Read more
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Daily Mail
Jessie J channels her inner rock chick at The Voice Au outdoor concertJessie J channels her inner rock chick in black cropped leather jacket and dual
Jessie J channels her inner rock chick at The Voice Au outdoor concert
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Jessie J channels her inner rock chick in black cropped leather jacket and dual bun hairstyle at outdoor concert as she supports her team ahead of The Voice Australia final Jessie J looked ready to rock at an outdoor concert with The Voice Australia... Read more
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Daily Mail
That's a wrap! Chloe Lattanzi finishes up on zombie apocalypse movie'I miss getting eaten alive!' Chloe Lattanzi wraps up on zombie apocalypse movi
That's a wrap! Chloe Lattanzi finishes up on zombie apocalypse movie
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
'I miss getting eaten alive!' Chloe Lattanzi wraps up on zombie apocalypse movie Dead 7 with Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and N'SYNC singer Joey Fatone Chloe Lattanzi has wrapped on shooting her new movie, alongside popstars Nick Carter and Joey... Read more
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Perth Now
‘She knows she should have stayed’EMILY’S melodramatic exit rocked the Bachelor mansion, but eliminated contestan
‘She knows she should have stayed’
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
EMILY’S melodramatic exit rocked the Bachelor mansion, but eliminated contestant Ebru has revealed her hot-headed bestie now regrets storming off the show and turning her back on Sam. “I was actually yelling at her for walking out on Sam and on the... Read more
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Herald Sun
The Bachelor goes dating in darkBe still our beating hearts. Now if we can just think of a joke about cones or
The Bachelor goes dating in dark
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Be still our beating hearts. Now if we can just think of a joke about cones or soft serve. If only he was wearing greensleeves. Welcome to Episode 10 of The Bachelor, with sightless flirts, dirt desserts, and a bunch of skirts. Can you feel the... Read more
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