If you want to understand Diana’s toxic relationship with the press, look no further than a quick Google image search. There is Diana with her head in her lap in the back of a black cab; Diana bolting through the streets of London being literally chased by photographers; Diana downcast, marooned in the back of a car as a horde of press encircle her.
While at times she might have courted elements of the media for her own ends, by and large she was hunted by a marauding, predatory enemy right unt…
Super high-cut bikini compared to ‘Borat’s mankini’ – NEWS.com.au
Super high-cut bikini compared to ‘Borat’s mankini’
By now we should be all used to skimpy swimsuits and lingerie, but then there comes along a bodysuit so revealing it actually seems to defy the rules of physics. A bodysuit from Shein has been ridiculed online for its ridiculously high-cut style, which has been likened to Borat’s famous mankini.
Costing just $16.95 the extreme high-waisted design comes up to underneath the bust and features just a narrow strip of fabric to cover the privates.
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The Wiggles have responded to backlash over their Pappadum song – NEWS.com.au
The Wiggles have responded to backlash over their Pappadum song
The Wiggles have responded to backlash after a video for their song about Indian food resurfaced online.The Pappadum song which was released in 2014 was featured in an episode of Ready, Steady, Wiggle! called ‘Lachy’s Pappadum Party’.
The episode sees Purple Wiggle Lachlan Gillespie and ‘Kimberly from next door’ (the Wiggles then-live events manager Kimberly Stapylton) make some Indian food.
The pair sing, “pappadum, pappadum, pappa pappa pappa dum”.
But it isn’t just Lachy who sings along, the…
Jack Thompson: The screen reflects who are as a country – NEWS.com.au
Jack Thompson: The screen reflects who are as a country
If there is a defining face of the Australian film industry of the past 50 years, its Jack Thompson.Thompson has been a regular presence on our TV and cinema screens in iconic films including Breaker Morant, Wake in Fright and Mystery Road.
So, when Thompson, 80, talks about the state of the local industry, you listen. There are fewer people who can speak with more authority on the value of an Australian screen industry than Thompson.
After the recent federal government changes to film financing…
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