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    Love Is Blind star Shayne Jansen has set the record straight on claims that he was using drugs - specifically cocaine - during the filming of the popular dating show. The reality TV star, 32, made an appearance on The Viall Files on Wednesday and clarified that though he has used drugs in the past, it was not the case while he was filming the second season of the series.  'People thought I was doing cocaine. I'm mic'd up the whole time. Everyone would have heard me do it. It's wild to think that I was carrying cocaine on me, and I was snorting lines and doing all this kind of stuff in the bathroom when I'm mic'd up,' he explained.  
    As Russian forces mounted their military invasion of Ukraine, it took exactly zero hours for pro-Trump (and sometimes pro-Putin) Republicans to claim that none of this would be happening if Donald Dear Leader Trump was in charge. That argument has faded a bit in the last few days, likely because Trump himself showed up to bloviate about it and there are few Republican arguments that can withstand 10 minutes of Donald Trump saying things. The general premise, however, still hangs out there. President Joe Biden is supposedly acting "weak" because there is only one set of Republican talking points for any and all issues and they consist only of a few words Donald Trump personally likes; failed seditionist Donald Trump would supposedly be acting "smart" because "smart" is the word Donald likes more than any other. So then, let's imagine the alternate universe in which Trump won the 2020 elections for some ambiguous value of "won," and was in charge of officially responding to the invasion of Ukraine. This is the man who blocked military aid to Ukraine as Russian troops conducted false...
    THOSE who have worked in the hospitality industry will know how stressful being a waiter can sometimes get - which is why it's best for the customers to be as polite and understanding as possible. However, one woman's date had to be cut short, after her boyfriend was being rude to the staff. 1Despite her arguments, the boyfriend thought was simply overreactingCredit: Getty The mortified woman took it to Reddit's AITA (Am I the A**hole) section to seek advice from fellow readers, the Daily Mirror reports. The Redditor, who claimed she had been taught to always be respectful to staff in the industry, said she was shocked upon seeing her boyfriend pull out a bell during their dinner date. Writing anonymously, the 30-year-old said this behaviour, in her eyes, was so ''unacceptable'', she immediately stood up and left the restaurant. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Despite her upbringing, she now wondered if the initial reaction was unreasonable, as her partner said he's upset with her. ''This might sound bad but I don't know...
    Joe Biden reportedly promised House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn during the 2020 campaign that he would nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court – something that angers Republicans who claim a selection should not be based on race or gender. Democrats, however, claim it's about time that a black woman serves on the Supreme Court after news emerged prematurely Wednesday that liberal Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring. Biden performed poorly in the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primaries and needed a boost in South Carolina in February 2020 to help clinch the nomination to take on Donald Trump. Clyburn, who previously chaired the Congressional Black Caucus, offered his endorsement but with a caveat – that the then-candidate publicly pledge to place a black woman on the Supreme Court should he get the chance in his tenure. Journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes detail in their book Lucky that Clyburn pow-wowed with Biden during a break in the Democratic debate on February 25, 2020. The lawmaker was becoming increasingly frustrated that Biden had not promised on the debate stage to...
    ROMAN Kemp might have been up since 5am to present his breakfast radio show, but his mother Shirlie is giving him a run for his money when it comes to early starts.  She’s already done “a day’s work” before she arrives at our 10am photo shoot, having popped round to Roman’s London flat to give it a clean.  5Just over a year ago, Roman’s ground-breaking and NTA-nominated BBC documentary Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency explored the mental health crisis affecting young men in the UKCredit: MARK HAYMAN 5It's perhaps little wonder that Shirlie feels like she wants to look after her boyCredit: MARK HAYMAN “Even though it’s spotless, every time she comes round, there’s something wrong and she starts tidying,” teases Roman. Shirlie, 59, laughs and says she loves making sure he’s taken care of. “Living on your own, you don’t get that nurturing. I really enjoy looking after you.”  It’s perhaps little wonder that Shirlie feels like she wants to look after her boy. Just over a year ago, Roman’s ground-breaking and NTA-nominated BBC documentary Roman Kemp: Our Silent...
    FOXBORO (CBS) — At Mass Premier Courts in Foxboro, they have some pretty intense tournaments. Last weekend, on Court 4, a teenage boy suddenly collapsed. And he had no pulse and stopped breathing. Standing nearby was a coach who had trained in CPR. And coach Ashley Kapaa didn’t hesitate. READ MORE: Contagious Delta Variant Convinces Some Mass. Parents To Bring Students For COVID Vaccine “It’s something you obviously don’t want to happen, I never want it to happen again. I’m just like really grateful that I was there and could witness a miracle,” said Kapaa. School coaches in Massachusetts are required to learn CPR, but not coaches of private teams. Yet Ashley had taken it upon herself to learn. “The more prepared we can be as citizens, the better,” she said. READ MORE: Brigham & Womens Virtual Prostate Cancer Clinic Offers Patients Convenience & Efficiency But Kapaa wasn’t alone on the court. While she started doing the chest compressions on the victim, an assistant manager of the facility knew where the defibrillator was. So he went running down the hallway...
    More On: new york yankees Yankees’ utility man makes two key plays on no-hit night Yankees lose another outfielder to injury Yankee’s no-hitter still ‘special’ despite sudden trend Twitter celebrates Yankees pitcher’s no-hitter Among the many benefits of stoicism? Being oblivious to others’ suffering. Because, the way Kyle Higashioka recalled it, he was a hot mess as the outs ticked down to the first major league no-hitter on his catching résumé. “I was not calm at all,” Higashioka said, smiling, after his batterymate Corey Kluber threw his first career no-hitter, leading the Yankees to a 2-0 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday night at Globe Life Field. “I was doing a lot of hyperventilating on the bench. Luckily Corey didn’t notice.” Of course he didn’t. The two-time American League Cy Young Award winner, in his first year with the Yankees, is known as the “Klubot” because of his ability to block out all distractions and focus on his task. From his vantage point, Higashioka — who also scored the Yankees’ first run, hustling from first base on Tyler Wade’s...
    A former White House official for George W. Bush was totally unfazed by the notion that Republicans have become "worse" than the orchestrators of 9/11.  Last week, frequent MSNBC guest Kurt Bardella suggested that the GOP has become so "radicalized" that it has become a threat to the nation equivalent to "Al Qaeda, Usama bin Laden," and "the Taliban" as House lawmakers set to remove Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wy., from leadership.  Bardella has since worn the backlash he had received as a badge of honor and repeated his sentiment on MSNBC's "Deadline: White House." MSNBC GUEST SUGGESTS GOP IS BIGGER THREAT TO US THAN 'AL QAEDA, USAMA BIN LADEN, THE TALIBAN' COMBINED "The damage that this party is doing to our democracy, the damage that they're doing to our elections, to our integrity to the entire foundation of our system is worse than anything that the people behind 9/11 did to our country. And I believe it," Bardella told MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace on Friday.  Bardella added, "I think that right now, the biggest threat that we have to face...
    OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images In a surreal sign of the times, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki found herself being asked to weigh in on the medical advice that podcaster Joe Rogan gave to his listeners. Because President Joe Biden was traveling on Friday, Psaki briefed reporters aboard Air Force One, and was asked about Rogan’s recommendation that certain of his listeners forego the Covid-19 vaccine. Psaki responded at length about the issues of vaccine misinformation and hesitancy, but did not directly address Rogan: Q Jen, how concerned is the White House about vaccine misinformation, given what happened with Joe Rogan this week? And can you talk about what you’re doing to counteract that? MS. PSAKI: Well, I would say that our approach is to provide and flood the zone with accurate information. Obviously, that includes combating misinformation when it comes across. But that’s one of the reasons that we have invested — we’re in the process of investing $3 billion across the country in public campaigns. That includes empowering and funding programs at the local level, but it...
    Police killings: Hes handled some of Minnesotas most high-profile deaths. Today, hes hosting Daunte Wrights funeral Scientists get creative to carry on research during pandemic In the Earth Trust Ben Wheatley to devote a fair chunk of lockdown to trying to creep audiences out. The cult British filmmaker — who made a name for himself with indie genre titles such as Kill List and Sightseers, moved into bigger budget action with Free Fire and High Rise and recently went in a totally different direction with Netflix’s period adaptation of Rebecca — used the pandemic to go back to his roots. In the Earth, which Neon recently released in theaters after the film bowed at Sundance, is a trippy folk horror film set — funnily enough — in the midst of a deadly pandemic. The increasingly disturbing story follows a scientist (Joel Fry) and park scout (Ellora Torchia) who venture deep into a forest, coming up against the wildness of both man and nature, and with plenty of old-school prosthetics thrown in for good measure (including an axe-meets-foot scene that should leave...
    Bob Odenkirk is recalling a tense experience with Jeremy Irons. During a recent interview with Howard Stern, the "Breaking Bad" actor, 58, revealed that Irons once raised his voice at him when he appeared on "Saturday Night Live." Odenkirk wrote for the show from 1987-1995, including a 1991 episode in which Irons, now 72, hosted with musical guest Fishbone. During the chat, Stern said he was told that Odenkirk and his then-fellow writer Conan O'Brien were yelled at by George Steinbrenner, but the Emmy winner had a better story in mind. 'NOBODY' STAR BOB ODENKIRK RECALLS BREAK-IN AT HIS FAMILY HOME: 'I GRABBED A BASEBALL BAT' "You know who really yelled at me? Jeremy Irons," he revealed. When asked why the "Dead Ringers" star lost his temper, Odenkirk explained: "Rob Schneider and I had written this monologue, and it wasn't great." "He was really mad. He was so mad," the actor added. He then impersonated Irons' reaction to the written monologue: "You have me doing this? ... I can sing, I can dance, I can juggle, I'm a Shakespearean-trained actor and you...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo once told a female reporter she was doing a “disservice to women” by asking a question about alleged sexual harassment policies within his administration. New York State Public Radio capitol bureau chief Karen Dewitt asked Cuomo during a press gaggle in December 2017 what changes his administration would enact following allegations that his former economic-development official, Sam Hoyt, had harassed a woman he had an affair with while also helping her land a job in state government. Cuomo became defensive and flipped the script on DeWitt, suggesting she should do something different about sexual harassment in the media. “Well, look, you have it going on in journalism,” Cuomo said. “What are you going to do differently?” “I think you miss the point. When you say, ‘It’s state government,’ you do a disservice to women, with all due respect, even though you’re a woman,” Cuomo said. “It’s not government. It’s society. It was Harvey Weinstein in the arts industry. It’s comedians. It’s politicians. It’s chefs, right? It’s systemic.” The governor’s exchange with @kdewitt7 on possible changes...
    You may remember that in the final weeks of the 2020 campaign, the Donald Trump campaign used Dr. Anthony Fauci in an ad on Trump’s leadership during the coronavirus pandemic. In March, Mark Levin asked Fauci, “Have you ever seen this big of a coordinated response by an administration to such a threat — a health threat?” Fauci answered at the time, “I can’t imagine that under any circumstances that anybody could be doing more.” After the ad dropped, Fauci made public comments saying his words were taken out of context, though the Trump campaign responded by saying they intended to keep running the ad anyway. And with Fauci now being much more candid about what it was like during the previous presidency, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director told The Atlantic he made it clear to the campaign just how frustrated he was: [W]hat these people were doing is, without even consulting me, they were throwing me in the middle of a very contentious political battle, which I found to be really very infuriating… I...
    Princess Sofia of Sweden's pregnancy is 'going well' months after she battled Covid-19, according to the royal palace.  Prince Carl Philip, 41, and his wife, 37, shared a sweet family photograph last month after revealing they are expecting their third child together in the spring.  The announcement came weeks after it was revealed the couple had been diagnosed with coronavirus.  Now, according to Royal Central, the Swedish Royal Court has given an update on the pregnancy to the Swedish Magazine Svensk Damtiding, stating: 'Princess Sofia is still fine and everything is going well.' Princess Sofia of Sweden's third pregnancy is 'going well' after the royal was diagnosed with Covid-19 at the end of last year   The couple, who married in 2015, revealed the 'new little member of their family' is due in 'March or April'.  They already have two sons, Prince Alexander, four, and Prince Gabriel, three.     RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next REVEALED: Kamala Harris' team chose to dress her in Converse... Where are 7 Up! kids now? Femail reveals the varied fortunes......
    Over 30,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 since Election Day, according to data from the World Health Organization. Outgoing-President Donald J. Trump has spent at least nine of those days at his golf course, Trump National Golf Club in northern Virginia, hitting the green. Some Republicans consider this to be a clear indicator that Trump is a man of confidence, who knows how to play it cool even as he loses his grip on power. Others have dared to call his post-election behavior—golfing mixed with lots of ugly, cartoonish flailing in a desperate attempt to subvert the will of the voters who ousted him—embarrassing. Yet, considering the staggering daily death tolls in this country due to the novel coronavirus during the month of November, a word like embarrassing fails to capture the grim reality. More than 10 months since the outbreak began stateside, the administration has effectively embraced herd immunity, with some of the president’s advisers admitting defeat in the battle against the virus. Outbreaks in the White House have become routine. Meanwhile, Trump is spending his...
    MAMA June has revealed she stayed awake for 17 days when she first started doing meth in the early Noughties. The 41-year-old said she "loved" meth because it allowed her to work three jobs and get by on no sleep, when she got hooked on it. 8 Mama June stayed awake for 17 days when she first started doing methCredit: Sober Nation June - who recently celebrated 10 months of being sober - detailed her decades-long battle with drug addiction in a chat with Sober Nation FM 162. "The very first drug I ever did was meth. Oh my God, I loved it," the mom-of-four recalled. "I was working three jobs, I was able to make more money, I was able to do more. "I was able to stay up longer because, honestly, when I was working three jobs I was working from 4am to midnight - I only needed a few hours sleep." 8 She got hooked on the drug in the early NoughtiesCredit: Sober Nation 8 June said it allowed her to get by on little or no...
    After Fernando Alonso left Renault with 2 world titles in his pocket, the Spaniard went to McLaren and subsequently Ferrari, in search of an elusive 3rd title. However, it was never meant to be for Alonso. After several frustrating years, it became evident that Alonso was losing patience, especially during his last few years with McLaren. These frustrations boiled over to a point where the Spaniard gave a scathing review of the Honda-powered McLaren F1 team at the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix. The 2-time World Champion was heard over the radio complaining and calling the power unit a ‘GP2 engine.’ During an episode of ‘Beyond the Grid‘ podcast, former McLaren Racing Director, Eric Boullier, looked back on that incident. He claimed that Alonso was well aware of what he said. “Yeah, of course. I’m sure he knew what he was doing,” said Boullier. Boullier defends Fernando Alonso and his GP2 engine rant Barring his debut season, the 2015 campaign was Alonso’s worst in his career as he ended the year with barely 11 points to his name. His worst...
    Gayle King has revealed she completed a five-day soup fast to try and squeeze into the dress she wanted to wear while covering the election after gaining 13 pounds during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The CBS This Morning anchor took to Instagram on Monday, the day before the 2020 presidential election, to share side-by-side photos of herself standing on the scale before and after the diet.   Gayle, 65, never stated what soup fast she followed, but it clearly worked. According to the scales, she dropped a total of seven pounds in just five days on the restrictive meal plan.   Determined: Gayle King, 65, revealed she went on a five-day soup fast to try and fit into the mustard yellow dress she wanted to wear to cover the election. She's pictured in January  Success: The CBS This Morning anchor shared photos of herself on the scale before and after the soup fast, sharing that she lost a total of seven pounds in five days  Be kind: The journalist admitted she has been too afraid to get a pedicure...
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