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    DILLIAN WHYTE proved he is the ultimate comedian with a "that's what she said" joke that left rival Tyson Fury stony faced. The Gypsy King was unmoved for a while after the poor attempt at humour from his upcoming opponent. 4Dillian Whyte cracked the crude joke during the press conference 4Tyson Fury was unmoved initially but did allow a little smile But then the WBC heavyweight king did permit a wry smile. A journalist started his question: "You've been trying so very hard for so very long to climb to the very top of the mountain..." But Whyte interjected: "That's what she said!" before cracking into laughter. Amid sighs and some laughter in the room, he quickly apologised for the crude gag. 4 Fury vs Whyte - UK start time, TV channel and live stream info for massive heavyweight clash READ MORE IN BOXINGFURY VS WHYTE All of the latest from HUGE Wembley showdown plus how to watch Whyte added: "Sorry, I joke," and then carried on laughing as he tried to compose himself. Fury and...
    A non-binary transgender woman from Arizona has accused the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of being 'transphobic' while detailing the humiliation she faced at airport security.  Rosalynne Montoya, who goes by Rose and uses the pronouns she/her or they/them, was flying from Phoenix to Los Angeles when she was stopped at security after the full-body scanner detected an 'anomaly' between her legs.    'Can we talk about how horrible it is to travel while being transgender sometimes? I always have immense anxiety leading up to going through security,' the Hispanic model explained in her viral TikTok, which has been viewed 19 million times.   Awful: Rosalynne Montoya, a non-binary transgender woman, opened up about the humiliation she faced at airport security when she was flying from Phoenix to Los Angeles  'And this means that I totally recognize the privilege of having all of my documents correct. So, the gender marker on my license, for example, says female. But, going through the scanner, there's a male scanner and a female scanner in the TSA checkpoint.' When a traveler enters the scanner, a TSA officer presses...
    Actress-model Cara Delevingne has revealed the challenges she has faced while coming to terms with her sexuality, especially before coming out. “I grew up in an old-fashioned household. I didn’t know anyone who was gay,” she told actress Gwyneth Paltrow during an episode of latter’s podcast, “Goop”, as reported by US Weekly. Cara Delevingne Says ‘Merry Orgasm to You’ to Her Friends, Reveals Gifting Them Sex Toys Since Launching Her Brand of ‘Sex Tech’! “I didn’t know that was a thing and actually, I think growing up I wasn’t knowledgeable of the fact I was homophobic. The idea of being (with) same-sex (partners), I was disgusted by that, in myself. I was like, ‘Oh, my God, I would never. That’s disgusting’,” she said. “I do correlate the massive depression and the suicidal moments of my life (to that) because I was so ashamed of ever being that. But, actually, that was the part of me that I love so much and accept,” she continued. Cara Delevingne Birthday Special: A Fashion Marvel Whose Spunky Wardrobe Never Fails to Grab Eyeballs...
    Amazon has a virus-killing sanitizer that supposedly keeps working for hours after you apply it Do you believe in miracles? Yes! Most memorable upsets in sports history Harry Potter actress Katie Leung has opened up about racist attacks she endured while being part of the massively popular film franchise. © Dave Benett/Getty Images Katie Leung, the actress who played Cho Chang in the 'Harry Potter' movies, said she was told by publicists to deny that she faced racist attacks. During a recent appearance on the Chinese Chippy Girl podcast, the Scottish-born actress said some fans expressed vitriol over her casting as Cho Chang, a love interest to Daniel Radcliffe's titular wizard who first appeared in 2005's Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Leung also said she was instructed by publicists to deny experiencing any racism in connection with her role. "I was, like, googling myself at one point, and I was on this website, which was kind of dedicated to the kind of Harry Potter fandom," Leung recalled. "I remember reading all the comments. And yeah, it was...
    Ashley Tisdale in 2006 and 2019. Andreas Branch/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images; Phillip Faraone/Getty Images Ashely Tisdale on Thursday addressed "public scrutiny" she received from her 2007 rhinoplasty. Her surgery wasn't for cosmetic reasons, but rather to correct a deviated septum that caused breathing problems. She described the backlash as "traumatic" and said it has taken "years" to process. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ashely Tisdale on Thursday addressed the challenge of facing "public scrutiny" over her rhinoplasty, which she had in 2007. In a blog post on her lifestyle website, Frenshe, Tisdale wrote that she decided to address her rhinoplasty experience more than a decade later because she was asked about it during a recent interview and was "caught off-guard." The actress, who rose to fame with her roles in "High School Musical" franchise and "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," told People magazine in 2007 that her rhinoplasty was not for cosmetic purposes, but rather to correct a deviated septum that "caused trouble breathing." Tisdale added in the 2007 interview: "The older I...
    Counting On star Joy Anna Duggar has revealed that she and her husband Austin Forsyth have already fallen ill with COVID-19, having tested positive back when she was still pregnant with their daughter. The 23-year-old made the revelation on Instagram this weekend in answer to a fan question about whether she and her family have had the coronavirus. 'Yes, Austin and I both tested positive for Covid last year,' she wrote. 'I was still pregnant with Evelyn. We both had body aches, slight fever, and lost our taste and smell. Thankfully we recovered quickly!'  Not so surprising news: Joy Anna Duggar revealed on Instagram that she and her husband Austin Forsyth both had COVID-19 last year, while she was pregnant  Sick: She said they both had body aches, fever, and loss of taste and smell Turned out OK: Joy Anna said they have since both recovered, and in August she gave birth to a healthy baby girl Expecting: They announced the pregnancy on Instagram in March 2020 Joy Anna appears to have been lucky with a...
    Demi Lovato performed her new song "Anyone" at the Grammys. Kevin Winter/Getty Images Singer Demi Lovato was met with pushback when she tweeted that her "heart is broken" after the Capitol Hill riots occurred in Washington, DC. She tweeted that she was "in the studio working on something special after today's assault on democracy." Twitter users swarmed her comments and mentions suggesting she find more tangible ways to push for change. She recently released a song in October 2020 condemning President Donald Trump. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After the news of the Capitol Hill rioters in Washington, DC made national headlines on Wednesday, singer Demi Lovato tweeted that she is "in the studio working on something special after today's assault on democracy" and included the hashtag "#impeachtrumptonight." Lovato posted a screenshot of a tweet from the Black Lives Matter official Twitter page that reads, "So we all just gonna act like it's ok that white folks are storming the Capitol with no police response. But when we are protesting to save our damn lives, the...
    Olivia Troye, a former aide to Vice President Mike Pence, has angered Trump loyalists by coming out against the president’s coronavirus response and saying that Trump is “not actually looking out for” Americans during the pandemic. Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, Pence’s national security adviser, has attacked Troye’s credibility by claiming that he “fired” her — and Troye has responded that Kellogg is telling a “bald faced lie.” NBC News’ Kelly O’Donnell reported that Kellogg said of Troye, “I fired her…. I am the one that escorted her off of the compound.” And Troye, in response, tweeted, “Sad that Gen. Kellogg is telling a bald faced lie to protect the President. I resigned on my own accord & was asked to stay. He never escorted me out. He knows this. I wrote a note thanking all the colleagues who had worked so hard with me in spite of POTUS & I stand by that.” Gen. Keith Kellogg in the WH briefing room said of former Task Force aide, Olivia Troye, “I fired her…I am the one that escorted her off of...
    A woman who is struggling to come up with $7,500 to remove her breast implants has revealed how they made her so sick that she lost her job, failed her college classes, and faced eviction.   Annie Reynoso, 35, from New York City, shared her story with Cosmopolitan, explaining that she was 32 when she went under the knife in the Dominican Republic to get $4,500 implants that took her from a C-cup to a D-cup.  She had originally saved up for a tummy tuck, not breast implants, but was told she wasn't a good candidate for the surgery because she had uterine fibroids. When her doctor suggested she undergo breast augmentation, instead, to give herself the physical boost she was looking for, she went for it.  Looking back: Annie Reynoso, 35, from New York City, went from a C-cup to a D-cup when she underwent breast augmentation in the Dominican Republic three years ago Sickness: A few years later, she developed debilitating symptoms, including crippling fatigue and dizzy spells, but she can't afford the $7,500 it will cost to get...
    The Duchess of Sussex decried 'salacious' journalism in a new video interview today,  stressing the importance of reporting done through a 'compassionate and empathetic lens' — while slamming what she and Prince Harry describe as the 'toxicity' in the 'economy for attention.' Meghan Markle, 38, was the finale event for The 19th* Represents 2020 Virtual Summit this week, sitting down for a one-on-one virtual interview with The 19th* co-founder and CEO Emily Ramshaw.  But the former Suits star also offered her own opinions on the state of journalism, opening up about how her 'personal experience in the past couple years' has changed her view on the media, noting that both she and Prince Harry share the view that there is too much emphasis based on 'salacious' details.    Interview: Duchess of Sussex, 38, took part in a virtual summit today in which she interviewed The 19th* co-founder and CEO Emily Ramshaw During the Q&A, Meghan discussed how much influence that media can have — and that quite a bit of that influence can come from a single person or a single place.  'What's...
     Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas is opening up about the fears that come along with dating a British royal.Bonas, 31, had a taste of British royalty spotlight during her two-year relationship with Harry, which ended in 2014. In a new interview with Australia's Daily Telegraph, she opened up about some of the fears she faced following their split and how she got past them. PRINCE HARRY'S EX CRESSIDA BONAS POSTS RACY SNAP AFTER HE GETS ENGAGED TO MEGHAN MARKLE “I think I have grown confident and fortunately I have learned not to sweat the small stuff too much,” Bonas told the outlet. “And I just think it has definitely given me a stronger sense of purpose and a stronger sense of what I want or don’t want.” Bonas said she struggled with the insecurities of appearing perfect in the limelight. “The fear of failing, the fear of rejection, the fear of not getting it right, the fear of not being perfect … I think that has limited me in certain situations in my life,” she explained. HOW DANGEROUS IS CORONAVIRUS? Bonas, an...
    There was one challenge Marcia Gay Harden faced when filming "Barkskins," a historical drama set in French-colonial Canada. “Going to the bathroom,” the actress told Fox News. “That was the biggest challenge. You’re wearing corsets, things going over the corsets, petticoats, and your skirt is dragging through the mud -- and there was a lot of mud. Usually, you’d be like, ‘Hey, can I have five minutes to run to the restroom?’ … In this case, you have to go, ‘Ugh, can I have 30 minutes please?'" “A lot of the materials were really from the 1700s, 1600s,” the Oscar winner continued. “One of them, they went to an antique store and they said it was from this time. So they’ve got materials that are [from] the 1690s. I don’t know how they did it. They were just beautiful. But you learn [quickly] it’s a lot to deal with, you know, hauling around all that material -- it’s a lot to deal with.” ‘NIP/TUCK’ STAR KELLY CARLSON SAYS SHE LEFT HOLLYWOOD TO SUPPORT HUSBAND’S NAVY CAREER ‘M*A*S*H’ STAR ALAN ALDA...
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