Naomi Campbell confronted Jack Whitehall for calling Liam Payne her ‘squeeze’ (Picture: Getty)Remember when Jack Whitehall awkwardly introduced Liam Payne at the Brit Awards as Naomi Campbell’s new ‘squeeze’? Well, turns out Naomi wasn’t best pleased.
Cast your minds back to the 2019 Brits that took place at The O2 in London last year, Liam had presented an award on stage with Winnie Harlow – at the time he had been dating Naomi, but the pair were notori
- Thanksgiving - which began on Thursday and continues all weekend - will certainly not be easy for one prisoner, Ghislaine Maxwell.
- There was a moment in the Great British Bake Off final this week which summed up the entire year for many of us. Laura Adlington was having a nightmare with her collapsing custard slices.
- Every minute, 114 Americans have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins University data. with 65 deaths every hour. More than 90,000 are currently in U.S. hospitals.
- Deliveries will be free of charge, starting in January, providing four months' worth of supplements to last 2.7million people through the winter months.
- The mysterious security consultant who masterminded Schapelle Corby departure from a Bali prison has also played a major role extracting Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert.
- Mrs Rooney, 34, accused Mrs Vardy, 38, of giving the press 'false stories' about her private life last October after carrying out a months-long 'sting operation' which saw her dubbed 'Wagatha Christie'.
- The disgraced movie producer (left) is still being sued by victims. But the most fierce battle he faces is from his ex-wives (middle and left). Now Weinstein has no money to pay for an appeal.
- Linda and Joe McCauley (pictured), from Lincoln, have been buying Premium Bonds since 1963 but are now considering cashing in their entire £27,500 investment.
- The children's items from Kaisercraft Pty Ltd could pose a serious 'risk to children with weakened immune systems'. They were sold at the Majura Park Shopping Centre near Canberra.
- Families should play games that don’t involve close contact, Sage has advised (Getty)Families should choose quizzes over board games this Christmas to help stop the spread of Covid-19, Sage has said.The group, which advises the government on the pandemic, said it would be best to avoid doing anything that involves physical contact like passing objects during a board game. The panel added it was important children didn’t get too close grandparents or vulnerable people and they sh
- News Philip Green, 68, will be sunning himself on the Reethi Rah resort over the festive period comes as his UK fashion empire faces administration as early as next week.
- Tesco, Sainsbury's, Primark and Marks and Spencer have made announcements about Christmas opening hours already, with Lidl and Asda expected to follow suit in the coming weeks
- Jordan’s co-stars suggested he work on his aim (Picture: Rex)Jordan North might be the trial king of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, but his fellow contestants weren’t afraid to admit he could use a little work on aiming his pee.Shane Richie woke up with a wobbly belly and headed straight for the loo as Jordan suggested it could use a good clean.Victoria Derbyshire then remarked it wasn’t the seat that needed cleaning, it was urine on the floor, leading Vernon
- The retail tycoon's Arcadia group is on the brink of collapse putting 15,000 jobs at its brands including Topshop and Miss Selfridge at risk - so 'tis not the season for glee over his downfall
- BEL MOONEY was preparing to head out following lockdown to do her Christmas shopping only to learn that her rural home between Bristol and Bath has been placed in Tier 3.
- The Warwickshire town's low rates are still falling yet it has found itself lumped in with the rest of the county. But towns in nearby Oxfordshire and Worcestershire, with higher rates, are in Tier 2.
- PLATELL'S PEOPLE: Abdalraouf Abdallah is imprisoned here for helping his brother and two other jihadists to travel to Syria and fight for Isis - and he is suspected of grooming Salman Abedi.
- Gok Wan is planning to lend his national treasure status to a huge online dance music party on New Year’s Eve (Picture: Getty/Rex)Gok Wan is planning what could be could be the country’s biggest New Year’s Eve rave after a ‘mind-blowing’ response to his online DJ sets.The party animal has already had 1.2million people tune in to one of his ‘Isolation Nation’ parties which he live-streams on Facebook.Gok said that uniting house music fans has lifted him d
- Kathryn Nicoll from Whitburn, West Lothian in Scotland went blind after an op was postponed - now her daughter's raising money to try and correct her sight before Christmas
- The document by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies adds that 'messaging should be supportive of women adapting traditions'
- The president-elect has yet to appoint the person who will head up the Agriculture Department, which oversees various important agencies.
- The Apprentice host, 73, sported a Tottenham Hotspur football shirt during the game in Sydney.
- Liverpool have reportedly made a move for Ajax defender Perr Schuurs (Getty)Liverpool have submitted a €30 million (£27m) offer to sign Ajax centre-back Perr Schuurs, according to reports.The Premier League champions are depleted at the heart of their defence following the long-term injuries to Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez.Reports have claimed that Jurgen Klopp is keen to strengthen in that department and Liverpool are said to have made an approach for Schalke’s Ozan Kabak.But
- Dozens of attendees packed into a funeral home to pay their respects to Nancy Sue Kaddatz, who had died just three days prior
- Communities facing the toughest restrictions are set to miss out on millions of pounds in support cash for business ahead of Christmas, according to Labour
- Liverpool John Moores law graduate Eve Hammond, 21, has struggled to land a job in the tough jobs market as the economy is ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic
- The stocky brock ‘misjudged the width of his backside’.A badger had to be freed by the RSPCA after getting its bum wedged in a garden fence.
The stocky brock got tried to force its way between two panels but got stuck in someone’s garden in Ashford, Kent.A concerned housecaller called the RSPCA for help and the charity managed to save the creature.Fortunately the animal didn’t appear to be injured during its ordeal on November 12.
RSPCA Chief Inspector Mark Miles said: &l
- The city of Bundaberg was on Saturday identified as the target of the attack.
- Christopher Snowden claims the Government has laid waste to Britain on the basis of 'dubious projections'. He lays out in detail the true cost of lockdown and whether it was even worth it.
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