Olivia Jade spotted partying with YouTube celebrities amid college admissions scandal

Olivia Jade Giannulli was spotted partying in California amid the ongoing college admissions scandal. (Getty) However, YouTuber Heath Hussar posted a video of some hijinx in the home’s kitchen that show Jade in the background partying it up and having a good time. LORI LOUGHLIN TERRIFIED DAUGHTERS WILL HAVE TO TESTIFY AT COLLEGE ADMISSIONS SCAM TRIAL: REPORT Jade’s status is reportedly on hold at USC following her parents pleading not guilty to charges of money laundering and mail fraud related to their role in the nationwide college admissions scandal. Jade previously made comments about not really wanting to be in school in favor of fostering her career as a YouTube star. She has about 2 million followers on the site …

National Enquirer sale: newsstand mogul James Cohen to buy tabloid

CEO of Hudson News will reportedly pay $100m for supermarket tabloid known for salacious stories and cozy relationship with Trump The National Enquirers owners have made a deal to sell the tabloid, after sparking scandal with the controversial tactics they have used to suppress stories damaging to Donald Trump. American Media led by CEO David Pecker, a longtime friend of Trumps will sell the Enquirer and its two other tabloids to James Cohen, the owner of the Hudson News chain of airport newsstands, the companies said in a admitted it paid $150,000 to a former Playboy model to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Trump. The company paid off Karen McDougal for rights to her story and then never …

Activists glue themselves to London train on third day of climate protests

London (CNN)Climate change activists have demonstrated in London for the third straight day, as two protesters glued themselves to the roof of a train, others shut down major traffic routes and police confirmed they have made more than 300 arrests since Monday. Police officers then climbed up onto the train roof to unstick the protesters, who were put into harnesses and gently lowered by the police to the station floor. A third protestor, who had glued his hand on the side of a train, was also removed in a short-lived yet polite protest. Extinction Rebellion said that Wednesday’s transport disruption is called “The Pause,” which aims to “create moments in time when humanity stops and fully considers the extent of …

Twenty years of the Beckhams: how they ushered in our era of personal branding

David and Victoria Beckham were married in 1999, and since then have used their names to sell everything from pants to whisky. Now, in our Instagram age, their influence is everywhere Victoria Beckham never claimed to be the best singer in the Spice Girls, or the best dancer either. Nor was David Beckham necessarily the greatest footballer ever to wear a Manchester United shirt. The teams former manager Alex Ferguson once said he had only ever worked with four world-class players, and didnt include Beckham on his list. Yet, by dint of hard work, strategic decision-making and a remarkable ability to stay likable even while becoming preposterously rich, the Beckhams have achieved the goal Victoria identified his autobiography: My wife …

‘Homecoming’ Is More Proof That Beyonc Really Is That Bitch Betches

On Wednesday, Beyoncé did what she does best: she broke the internet by surprise-dropping a new project. This time, we’re extra spoiled, because we get both a Netflix documentary and a live album. Both are called HOMECOMING, and they’re a celebration of Beyoncé’s historic headlining performance at last year’s Coachella festival. We didn’t know exactly when the release was coming, but the timing is no coincidence. Beyoncé isn’t performing at Coachella this year, but she just made sure she’ll still be the center of attention. As a documentary, HOMECOMING is mostly a concert movie, with some behind the scenes video interspersed throughout. In these segments, we get a peek at what really makes Bey tick. This is great, because Mrs. Carter is …

‘We made more than five billion teabags last year’

Image copyright Bettys and Taylors Group Image caption Yorkshire Tea makes billions of teabags every year So why is Yorkshire Tea so well loved? “Because it tastes so good,” says Lesley Wild, chair of Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate, the family business behind the brand. Image copyright Bettys and Taylors Group Image caption Frederick Belmont opened the first Bettys tearoom in 1919 It was set up by Swiss émigré Frederick Belmont, who came to England to further his career having honed his craft at bakeries and confectioners across Switzerland and France. Legend has it he only ended up in Yorkshire by accident, says Mrs Wild, whose husband Jonathan is Mr Belmont’s great nephew and Bettys & Taylors’ former boss. “On …

I wanted to be the next Nora Ephron, but my novel got stuck. Did failure teach me anything? | Hadley Freeman

Redemptive stories about learning from mistakes make me feel that I fail at failing About a decade or so ago, I decided that the reason God had put me on this green earth was to write a novel. Actually, thats not quite right: about a decade ago, I decided to start writing a novel. For pretty much my entire teenage and adult life I had assumed that I would one day write a classic comic novel. Being the next Nora Ephron was just obviously who I was, Id think airily, taking it as much for granted as being brunette. And so, shortly before my 30th birthday, I sat down with much internal fanfare at my laptop, raised my hands above …

What Going To Coachella Parties Taught Me About Pretending To Be Famous Betches

That random girl, by the way, was me. Hi. But I did not have the requisite diminutive sunglasses or mesh dress over a bikini, so it was probably pretty obvious that I was not anyone cool. Instead, I was wearing my beat-up Nike sneakers I got at an outlet a few years ago that were covered in Indio dust, a red lace-up Maaji bikini, and some lace-up white shorts from Mystique Boutique, a chain that carries clothing of such caliber that it makes Forever 21 look like Givenchy. We arrived to the estate in said Lyft, which proved to be the move because they were literally not allowing people to walk up to the venue. Some weird form of classism, …

When Did Coachella Become An Influencer Playground? Betches

5 Celebs Who Embody CoachellaIn recent years, though, Coachella has become impossible to ignore. Now, it’s less of a music festival and more of a cultural event. The focus in the media is on the music and production as much as it is on figuring out which celebrities attended and what they were wearing. And, even furthermore, it’s about the parties surrounding Coachella. There are invite-only parties like Revolve festival, not to mention Neon Carnival and . When Coachella become like this, anyway? 2007 seems to be when things start to take off—the festival expands from one day to three, and pulls $16.3 million in box office revenue, up from $9 million the year before. The following year, Prince gets …

Smooth, angry, cool, powerful: how we talk about blackness

Teacher and writer Jeffrey Boakye has encountered endless labels all of which have informed his experience of being black and British today. Here, he unpicks their meanings BLACK Ive been black since about 1988, when I was colouring in pictures of priests at Corpus Christi Roman Catholic primary school in Brixton Hill, south London. I remember it well. We were sharing tables and colouring pencils and I looked up to find that there were no more skin colour pencils available in the pencil pot. By skin colour, I mean a shade of pinkish beige that was a pretty spot-on facsimile of what we can call white, European skin. Caucasian colour. With a hint of tan. Tea with an overgenerous splash …

Willie Nelson saved the lives of 70 horses and gave them a place to roam on his farm.

Country music legend Willie Nelson has a 700 acre ranch in Texas called Luck, and the name is no misnomer, especially for the 70 horses who live there. They get hand-fed twice a day and have a wide expanse of farm land to roam around on. But most importantly, almost all of them were rescued from slaughterhouses. Nelson’s horse rescue mission has been ongoing over the last several years, and is actually a large part of why he named his property Luck Ranch in the first place.   “When you’re here, you’re in Luck, and when you’re not, you’re out of Luck,”  Nelson told ABC KSAT 12. Photo via KSAT/YouTube. Horses are much more than a staple of his farm …

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Hey – my friend Louise just came out with a brand new paper edition of TheEssential Keto Cookbook. And she’s giving away a limited number for FREE — you just cover a small amount for shipping and handling (international shipping is a bit more). If you don’t know Louise, she’s the co-founder of The Keto Summit, and a phenomenal cook! Her Keto cookbook is packed with 100+ keto recipes covering everything from breakfast to dinner to snacks (and desserts!). Every recipe is designed to help you feel energized, regain your health, lose weight, and keep you in ketosis. Of course, all recipes are 100% keto (sugar-free, low-carb, gluten-free, grain-free, paleo, dairy-free, and legume-free) and 100% delicious. Just look at what …

Eva Mendes On What Changed Her Mind About Having Kids: ‘Ryan Gosling Happened’ – Perez Hilton

In a new interview for Women’s Health‘s May 2019 issue, the 45-year-old actress spoke on how falling in love with the Oscar nominee changed her entire perspective on having a family. For Mendes, motherhood is the greatest joy in the world.  furthest thing from [her] mind”! “Ryan Gosling happened… I mean, falling in love with him. Then it made sense for me to have… not kids, but his kids. It was very specific to him.” Unlike other celeb couples, Mendes and Gosling have managed to keep their relationship out of the limelight. They rarely talk about each other in interviews and make a point to not attend red carpet events together — even the big ones. La La LandHearing her hubby …

15 Months of Fresh Hell Inside Facebook

Frank J. Guzzone CEO Mark Zuckerberg had recently pledged to spend 2018 trying to fix Facebook. But even the company’s nascent attempts to reform itself were being scrutinized as a possible declaration of war on the institutions of democracy. Earlier that month Facebook had unveiled a major change to its News Feed rankings to favor what the company called “meaningful social interactions.” News Feed is the core of Facebook—the central stream through which flow baby pictures, press reports, New Age koans, and Russian-­made memes showing Satan endorsing Hillary Clinton. The changes would favor interactions between friends, which meant, among other things, that they would disfavor stories published by media companies. The company promised, though, that the blow would be softened …

If you have an online presence, then you know the importance of graphics! zSuite: 4 design apps in one platform

It is not very often a new break-through software launches in our industry that eliminates the need for other tools. This kind of product comes out once in a while, and when they do they are worth their weight in Gold! We have seen this un-matched value with some video software products, and other related solutions… Now, we are about to experience this revolution and value-packed launch again with the launch of zSuite. zSuite is the world’s first ‘all-inclusive’ design platform for easily creating pro-quality graphics, logos, mockups and animations in minutes. Its perfect point & click and drag and drop interface and 100s of stunning high revolution templates lets you create gorgeous designs and animations that stand out, engage …

Sultan of Brunei, who passed anti-LGBT laws, owns slew of luxury UK properties

Hassanal Bolkiah, who believes gay people should be stoned to death, is assisted by leading City auditing firms The architect of new laws mandating the stoning to death of gay people in Brunei has billions of pounds of property wealth in the UK, shares in a leading tech fund and gets assistance from City auditing firms, a Guardian analysis has found. Hassanal Bolkiah, the sultan of Brunei, owns a slew of properties in the super-rich enclaves of Kensington and Ascot, including luxury hotels and polo parks. One property alone could be worth an estimated 500m in rent each year. He has also invested millions of pounds in Draper Esprit, a tech-focused venture capital fund with holdings in Trustpilot and the …