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It sounds crazy, but Sophie Turner was actually booed at the Game Of Thrones panel at San Diego Comic-Con. It was all because of her answer to the question, which GOT character do you wish never died? We have to admit, Turner's answer was surprising since it would have the potential to make things a lot more difficult for Sansa Stark. Entertainment Weekly reported that Turner's fellow panel mates like Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) and Liam Cunningham (Davos "The Onion Knight" Seaworth) went sentimental. Christie said she wished Catelyn Stark, who she pledged her loyalty to, was still alive, while Cunningham replied "my baby girl Shireen" who was burned at the stake by Melisandre.
Australia’s first residential complex designed especially for people with dementia is set to be built in Tasmania. The $25 million Korongee project will provide accommodation for 90 people, with 15 tailored houses, a supermarket, cinema, cafe, beauty salon and gardens. Funded by aged care provider Glenview Community Services, health sector superannuation fund HESTA and the Commonwealth Government, building is expected to get underway next year and is due to be finished in mid to late 2019.
On Tuesday, messenger Mercury is on the move, zipping into its home sign of Virgo until August 31. It's easy to zone out with too much Netflix or lose hours mindlessly scrolling through Snapchat and Insta.
Pretty hair is long and full, they claimed. Luckily, with the natural hair movement still pushing ahead full steam, there have been plenty of naturalistas who've flipped that notion upside down. After Taraji P. Henson chopped her natural hair, her stylist gave us the exclusive deets on the reason behind the cut.
Beyoncé is finding herself back in the public eye, but not for the reasons that you're expecting. This week, the Midtown Manhattan location of Madame Tussauds's Wax Museum found itself getting criticism after pictures of Beyoncé's wax figure hit social media. As The New York Times wrote, Madame Tussauds' is known for the celebrity likeness of their wax figures around the world.
Before I was born, my grandparents owned a hair salon called Siz Whiz. It was a failed venture, only open a year or so, but it led to a wonderful bonus for my family, particularly for my grandmother and me: A lifetime supply of free gossip rag subscriptions.
Charlize Theron's path to fame hasn't been easy. The Academy-Award winning actress recently spoke with Howard Stern about the childhood domestic violence she faced as a result of her father's alcoholism.
"Diet affects how we think and feel, our energy levels and even how we deal with stress. "Taking a look at what we eat and drink can be a good way to help boost mood," she adds, also recommending at least 6-8 glasses of (non-alcoholic) fluids a day for optimum mental wellbeing. Then it’s time to consider consuming some foods that may influence your brain structure and chemistry in a consistent and positive way.
Peggy Styles, an 86-year-old grandmother from Somerset, has become the oldest person to graduate from the University of Bristol. After studying for eight years, Styles received her EdD - the equivalent to a a PhD, but for educational professionals - earlier this week. Remarkably, Styles completed her EdD after putting her studies on hold for 18 months because of a life-threatening kidney infection.
Keeping moisturised is one of the universal tenets of skin care that is applicable to all skin types. Whether you belong in the dry, oily, sensitive, or combination camp, well-hydrated skin is the best defence against most skin complaints. It's especially important to keep up with your skin's moisture levels when the seasons change, due to the drying effects environmental factors can have on our skin.
More than a year later, Mr Grayling is Transport Secretary and his agenda is accordingly different: “A thriving aviation sector will be central to our future prosperity as we leave the European Union,” he writes in the introduction to “a call for evidence on a new aviation strategy”. Beyond the Horizon: the Future of UK Aviation celebrates a world beyond the EU: “In 2016 British airports added new routes to Chile, Costa Rica, Iceland, Iran, Peru, Sri Lanka and the United States,” it says, conveniently not mentioning that there were direct flights to all those nations from the UK decades ago.
Air France is hoping that a fun and forward-thinking offshoot brand will help it appeal to millennials. According to Travel + Leisure, Joon, a brand-new airline that is aimed at young people aged 18-35, will be a completely separate entity from its parent company, flying medium-haul flights out of Paris' Charles de Gaulle International Airport this autumn and adding long-haul options next summer. While the exact details on Joon are still scant, Air France notes that it's aimed at customers whose lifestyles centre around digital technology.
Boots has said it is "truly sorry" for the offensive way it tried to justify a decision not to cut the cost of the morning after pill. Both Tesco and Superdrug have lowered the prohibitive cost of emergency contraception following pressure from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS). "We would not want to be accused of incentivising inappropriate use, and provoking complaints, by significantly reducing the price of this product," the high-street pharmacy said in a letter to the BPAS.
The best thing about the setting was not the gentle Mediterranean breeze grazing my cheeks, nor the faint fragrance of pines and locally-produced virgin olive oil — It's the glass of chilled rosé sitting in my hand, which comes in endless supply, as part of my all-inclusive package at Club Med Opio en Provence. All-inclusive resorts is an increasingly profitable part of the travel industry, but they're typically known for servicing an older, more family-oriented demographic: The term evokes the image of baby boomers lounging by the pool, or screaming children running around buffet stations. It's not hard to see why all-inclusive resorts are gaining more footing amongst millennials travepling in groups: Having everything taken care of means that there won't be one person in the squad bogged down with planning everything.
Every morning, I start my day by dry brushing my entire body. But the one spot I focus on most is the back of my thighs and butt. Why? I have stretch marks all over them, and for years I’ve been told that consistent exfoliation will smooth and refine those lines. So, I scrub and scrub and scrub to try to erase them all. But there’s one artist who wants me, and other women, to stop hating and start embracing those marks — and she’s taking over the internet with her colourful and empowering message. ...
After being diagnosed with melanoma, Bethany Greenway is speaking out about the subtle symptoms that she missed, in order to warn others that skin cancer doesn't always manifest in the ways that you think it will. "I had what I thought was a liver spot start growing on my forehead," Greenway told Today. Since Greenway already had multiple freckles, she thought that her pregnancy hormones had just exacerbated them.
Laura Browning Grant, a pilates instructor in North Carolina, shared a video to her Instagram page last week that has elicited a lot of crying emoji in the comments. The video shows her husband, Jonathan Grant, standing up to give her a kiss. This kiss is special, though, because he was in a car accident in March that left him with a slim chance of survival, Grant told Cosmopolitan.
As of this Sunday, the 23rd of July, Leo season will officially be upon us — is it already heating up in here, or is it just us? This fiery sign is said to stoke our passions and bring out the drama queen in all of us. As anyone who is close to a Leo knows, that barely scratches the surface.