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    A MUM has been labelled a "genius" after sharing how she prepares oranges for her toddler quickly and easily. Brittany Roper took to TikTok to reveal her clever hack, which leaves minimal mess and takes a matter of seconds. 3Brittany began by turning the orange on its side and slicing it down the middleCredit: tiktok 3She then pushed the half inside out to make the segments almost pop outCredit: tiktok 3Once she'd done that, she was able to pick out individual segments for her toddlerCredit: tiktok In the clip, Brittany turns the small orange onto its side and then cuts it through the middle. Once she has two halves, she takes one of them and pushes from underneath to effectively turn it "inside out". Then, she uses her fingers to remove the segments - ready for her young child to eat. "I am aware this isn’t an actual orange," she wrote in a pinned comment on the post. Read more Mum hacksGame changer Cara De La Hoyde's mum hack means no more greasy fingers in...
    Alicia Witt has broken her silence after the shocking death of her parents who were found dead inside their run-down home in Massachusetts a month ago. 'It still doesn’t feel real,' the redheaded actress began her Facebook note as she shared she loved her parents and is now heartbroken. The star then said that a detective had told her over the phone that her parents were found dead after she had placed a welfare call when she became concerned she had not heard back from them. In her long note Witt noted that her parents were not 'penniless' and she had tried several times to help them out but they would not let her.  And the Hollywood favorite shared that she had not been allowed in their house for 'well over 10 years.' The elderly couple were suspected to have died from hypothermia as one of them had a coat on. But their health had been in decline for a while as her father Robert Witt, 87, was fighting cancer and her mother Diane Witt, 75, had Parkinson's Disease. A...
    It took 13 years and two “Phases,” but friends, those crazy fiends at Marvel have finally done it: In Eternals, the latest dispatch from our most prolific purveyor of spandex cinema, two people finally got to have sex. I just really wish they hadn’t. The scene itself ends almost as soon as it begins, so a “detailed” description would be difficult to conjure. Let’s try it this way: Have you ever seen a 6-year-old lay a Ken doll on top of a Barbie doll and then just kind of stare at them because they don’t really know what happens next? That’s basically what we’re working with here. It’s not just that the scene is awkward—although it definitely is. Or that it’s comically brief and bereft of any actual passion. It’s not even that Richard Madden and Gemma Chan, whose characters we’re supposed to believe have been in love for 5,000 years, share about as much chemistry as a gynecologist and their patient during a Pap smear throughout the film. (But seriously, how do two people that hot produce such a...
    Kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart has revealed how she begged her abductor to rape and kill her close to her house so that her parents would be able to find her body — and know for sure that she didn't choose to run away from home. The 33-year-old, who was famously taken from her family's Salt Lake City home at knifepoint when she was just 14, has shared harrowing details of her experience in a candid new interview with Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris on Red Table Talk. 'My parents always said the worst part of having me gone was not knowing if I was alive and out there or if I was dead,' she told the women.  'And actually, when I was being taken up into the mountains, that first night that I was kidnapped, I asked him if he was gonna rape and kill me, and if he was gonna do that, could he please do it fairly close to my house, because it was important to me that my parents find my body and know that...
    The estranged father of multi-millionaire singer Adele has died at the age of 57. Mark Evans, who had not spoken to his daughter for years after a bitter falling out, passed away following a battle with cancer, The Sun reported.  A source told the newspaper that Mr Evans's family were 'of course very upset by his passing'.  They added that the relationship with his daughter remained 'acrimonious to the end', despite attempts to 'make things right'.  He and his daughter famously fell out in 2011 when Evans, who walked out on the singer when she was a child, claimed in an interview that she struggled to find love because of her abandonment issues.  The estranged father of multi-millionaire singer Adele has died at the age of 57 Mark Evans, who had not spoken to his daughter for years after a bitter falling out, passed away following a battle with cancer  His death comes after it was reported in 2019 that Mr Evans was earning just £50 a day as a Yodel delivery driver.  Mr Evans had revealed in...
    Carter Mecher had only ever wanted to be a doctor. He'd grown up in a big, working-class family in Chicago where his toolmaker father had encouraged him to tackle problems with the same confidence that he shaped steel. Carter's mind would lock into a problem in the same way it did when he was fixing a car engine. That was when he was at his best. An inability to pay attention to anything except that which you find totally riveting might not sound the most promising trait in a medical student. But almost by process of elimination, it led Carter to his calling: critical care. From the moment he walked into an intensive care unit, he sensed it was where he was meant to be.  If you didn't allow yourself to become numb, the place kept you alive to the complexity of life, and its sanctity. In October 2005, the US government wanted someone who could think 'outside the box' to join a small team devoted to pandemic planning. To staff at the Department of Veterans' Affairs, one name came to...
    Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood were involved in a heated exchange on "The Talk." Monty Brinton/CBS via Getty Images/Christopher Willard/Freeform via Getty Images Sheryl Underwood said that Sharon Osbourne has not reached out to her. In response, Osbourne shared screenshots of text messages she says she sent Underwood. The texts, dated March 12, 15, and 18, show Osbourne apologizing for their exchange on "The Talk." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sharon Osbourne has shared screenshots of text messages that she says she sent to Sheryl Underwood apologizing for their heated on-air discussion on "The Talk" that led to Osbourne's exit from the show. Addressing Osbourne's exit for the first time, Underwood spoke about the drama on her podcast series with three early April episodes titled "Sharon Walks Away." Underwood was asked if Osbourne had reached out to her at all, to which Underwood replied categorically: "no." Underwood shared her phone history to attempt to authenticate that claim, and said that the two of them had not spoken since the last time they were on set together....
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during the sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey. CBS Harry and Meghan told Oprah they hadn't planned to move to the US or sign streaming deals. The couple signed streaming deals with Netflix and Spotify to pay for security, Harry said. Harry said he was cut off from the royal family in 2020, and used inheritance from his mom to move. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said they hadn't always planned on moving to California or setting up streaming deals — and that they did the latter because they needed the money — during their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. When Winfrey asked the couple if they had anything to say to critics of their lucrative Netflix and Spotify deals, Harry said they hadn't considered streaming before and that they made the decision to pay for their security costs. "First of all, this was never the intention, and we're certainly not complaining," Harry responded. "Our life is great now. We've got a beautiful house. We've got a...
    The dad of the accused "A-Train Ripper" once bailed his son out of jail even after the lousy kid allegedly beat him and threatened to kill him with a knife — and now kin say they wish the suspect had been left behind bars. "It would have been better for all of us, and for him, too, to keep him in jail,’’ Oscar Lopez said of his alleged murderous brother, Rigoberto Lopez, to The New York Post on Monday. Rigoberto, 21, has confessed to stabbing two people to death and wounding two others in a random rampage aboard A trains in New York City over the weekend, police say. The homeless man had been busted at least four previous times, including for whacking his dad in the left knee with a stick in September 2019, according to authorities and his family. "My dad didn’t want to give him $20 to eat. [Dad] said, ‘I can give you food, but I don’t want to give you money, because I know what you want to use the money for,’ " recalled Oscar, who lives in The...
    When Charlie Hancock first heard about a new musical movie centered on a girl on the spectrum, she was thrilled. “I thought, ‘Great. I love musicals,’” said Hancock, a first-year student at Oxford University who is autistic and wrote an essay about the film. “‘This could be an opportunity for more representation and perhaps a type that we haven’t seen before.’” Her excitement quickly turned to distress. As details emerged in the last few months about that film, “Music,” which is directed and co-written by pop star Sia, disability rights advocates grew increasingly concerned about potential bias in the plot as well as the decision to cast a performer who wasn’t autistic. Those worries escalated into a backlash in November, when the trailer’s release set off a fight between the musician-turned-filmmaker and her online critics, and again in January, when leaked scenes seemingly endorsed a controversial physical restraint technique. Then, to the surprise of industry insiders and the autism world alike, the film garnered two Golden Globe nominations this month. Though Sia has since offered an olive branch to detractors,...
    JASON Donovan thinks he may have spent the rest of his life with Kyle Minogue - if they hadn’t become so famous.  The 52-year-old actor also says that he knew her hit song Locomotion was the beginning of the end of their relationship. 4Jason has said he would still be with Kylie had they not become so famousCredit: ITV The pair starred together as teenagers on Neighbours and dated for three years.  And an astonishing 19.6 million viewers tuned in to watch their characters Scott and Charlene tie the knot in 1987. But Dancing on Ice star Jason said that moment was the beginning of the end.  Jason said: “Had Kylie and I not worked in the profession that we did, had we just been a couple of kids with normal jobs and ordinary lives then maybe things would have turned out differently for us. Working in such close proximity to one another put pressure on the relationship.”  4Kylie has gone onto superstardom while Jason is currently on Dancing on IceCredit: BBC Press Handout 4The former couple dated for three...
    THE sun was shining as the Jabs Army put on their masks, rolled up their sleeves and took to vaccination centres across the country yesterday. It was the first day the squads of helpers were aiding the national effort to beat the virus following the huge success of The Sun’s campaign. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 8The Jabs Army put on their masks, roll up their sleeves and get to workCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 8Rosyane Linton RN and Shadid Muhammad volunteer at the Wembley vaccination CentreCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd Sign up at nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk After we teamed up with the Royal Voluntary Service, our target of 50,000 readers answered our call in just 18 days. In Wembley, North London, yesterday, NHS medics praised the volunteers for helping to get the Covid-19 vaccine rolled out as quickly as possible. Lucy Hubbard, who was helping people navigate the centre, said: “I signed up because I wanted to do something important, and in just one day it’s already been incredibly rewarding. “I met a...
    From head patting to littering, dozens of women have revealed the very weird reasons they decided not to go on a second date with someone. While bad body odour and stomach-churning table manners is a big turn off for many, singletons from across the globe have taken to Mumsnet to confess their rather unusual nightmarish experiences.  One woman told how she couldn't face seeing her date again after he turned up wearing his mobile phone in a belt pouch, while another was repulsed when her potential suitor hadn't trimmed his fingernails. Elsewhere, a further got the ick after discovering her date snogged like 'Henry the Hoover,' while someone else was bombarded with 45 texts in 24 hours. People from across the globe have taken to Mumsnet to reveal the very weird reasons they decided not to go on a second date with someone. Pictured, stock image In the initial post, an anonymous woman penned: 'It was going well and we were walking through one of my favourite country parks (beautiful) with a takeaway coffee when he decided to dump the...
    Friends of Richie Sambora have rushed to defend the musician after Jon Bon Jovi said he wished his former bandmate had 'his life together', DailyMail.com has learned. The 58-year-old was asked during an interview last Wednesday with YouTube channel Rock Antenne, if there was anything he'd change about his career. Bon Jovi quickly launched into a monologue about Sambora, 61, saying: 'There's not a day that goes by that I don't wish that Richie had his life together and was still in the band.  'In a weird way, it's because of his inability to get it together anymore that we went on and wrote [the album] This House Is Not For Sale.' Sambora famously left the popular group in April 2013 for 'personal reasons' after three decades with the band. A close friend of Sambora's slammed Bon Jovi for the low-ball comment, exclusively telling DailyMail.com that the singer is only commenting on his old friend to 'become relevant' and labeled him a 'low class rock star.' They added: 'This is a desperate attempt to discredit Sambora for leaving Bon Jovi...
    Royal experts say Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could have justified the sky-high cost of their tour of Africa if they had not ended it with a 'personal' attack on the press. Royal watchers say the 2019 tour, which it was revealed today cost the taxpayer £240,000, could have been a 'historic success'. But on the final day of the trip, in which the Sussexes visited South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi with son Archie in their last official tour before 'Megxit', Meghan announced she was launching a privacy lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday. The couple also secretly recorded a bombshell documentary in which Meghan painted Harry's family as uncaring by accusing them of failing to ever ask if she 'was OK'. The Duchess of Sussex also revealed in an interview with ITV's Tom Bradbury, filmed as part of 'Harry & Meghan: An African Journey', that she was struggling to cope with intense scrutiny - saying she was 'existing not living'.  But the decision, which drew criticised at the time, has been described as an 'extraordinary own-goal' by royal watcher...
    TEEN Mom Briana DeJesus called her costars 'b****es' for 'picking what they want to share' after she revealed her STD news on TV. On the other hand, Briana's ex Devoin called out MTV for editing out his "well-doings" but would air that she got an STD. 8Briana DeJesus agreed with a fan who said she kept things realCredit: MTV 8She then slammed her other costars for choosing and picking what they want to showCredit: Twitter Briana, 26, took to Twitter to agree with a fan who claimed that she "keeps s**t real." The mom of two retweeted the post and added: "These old b****es are now picking and choosing what they wanna show. "I'm gonna share it all and hopefully keep this show going. "That's why they added me on the first place right." 8Briana recently found out she got chlamydia after sleeping with LuisCredit: MTV In fact, Briana is so committed to showing exactly what's going on in her life that she let the Teen Mom 2 cameras film as she threatened to "kill" Luis after finding out...
    Residents in nursing homes across the country will now be allowed to welcome visitors for the first time in six months.  The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced a ban on family members visiting nursing facilities back in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Exceptions were made only for critical care and end-of-life situations.  But on Friday, the organization lifted that ban, effective immediately,  following widespread complaints that nursing home patients were suffering from anxiety and depression without visits from loved ones.  All nursing homes across the United States must now allow outdoor visits or risk potential sanctions if they refuse to do so.  Residents in nursing homes across the country will now be allowed to welcome visitors for the first time in six months following changes made by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on Friday. Pictured: An elderly resident of a Maryland nursing home looks at her granddaughter and great grand-children through a window of the facility back in April  Some states, including Illinois and Massachusetts, have already been allowing visitors to meet with residents in outdoor...
    Speaking on Tuesday at a hearing titled, “Hearing on Protecting Free Speech and Preventing Violent Protests,” Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) gave a fiery defense of the federal government’s intervention in the Portland riots that targeted a federal courthouse, snapping, “If we hadn’t intervened they’d burn the godda***d thing down.” Graham addressed Acting Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Kenneth Cuccinelli and Erin Nealy Cox, the United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. He began, “So just to put this into context for myself, to those who accuse the United States of being a totalitarian state, I don’t buy it, because I don’t remember many hearings like this in Germany, where you call the Gestapo and ask “Who are you beating up and why?” I don’t remember any open press about what’s going on, talking about the press; these things have been extensively covered.” “I want to live in an America where the cops are held accountable,” he continued. “Both of you agree with that?” Cuccinelli and Cox replied, “Yes, sir.” Graham continued, “You wear...
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