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Melanie Sykes, 50, shares passionate kiss with gondolier, 23, during six-day fling – The Sun

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MELANIE Sykes has been making waves after splashing out on a trip to Venice and enjoying a six-day fling with a gondolier.
The 50-year-old ex-Boddington beer girl was spotted locking lips with Riccardo Simionato, 23, on the trip.
Melanie Sykes, 50, had a fling with gondolier Riccardo Simionato, 23, while on a break in Venice
She told fans only she was feeling just a bit giddy.
But she didnt stop there after first meeting him last Saturday and she was still with him on the final day of her ho…

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Adele looks slimmer than ever as she shows off American accent in first SNL promo – The Sun

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ADELE looked slimmer than ever as she showed off her attempt at an American accent in the first promotional clip for Saturday Night Live.
In the first look at her appearance on the show promo clip, the 32-year-old singer also teased that she will “maybe” be the musical guest.
Adele looked slimmer than ever in the first SNL promo Credit: Instagram
She is set to host this weekend’s episode of the showCredit: Refer to Caption
The video opened with Adele introducing herself and revealing that she is…

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Josh Hartnett: ‘People genuinely thought I’d been thrust on them’ – The Guardian

Twenty years ago he was one of the world’s hottest young actors, before he retreated – and ended up in Surrey. He explains why he had to leave Hollywood – and what…

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Josh Hartnett is sitting at home in Surrey, thinking about the time he was asked to play Superman. I had this idea that because he lives in this world where he cant touch anything without it flying across the room, he has become almost afraid of himself and his own power. He doesnt know how to be Superman any more. Hes so afraid, he has become almost neutered by the experience of living on Earth, where he can blow things up just by looking at them.
The studio demurred They didnt really want a fear-based…

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They built it, but people did not come: the cautionary tale of Quibi – The Guardian

It had big backers and star names, but short-form Netflix rival failed to deliver content in the way people want to consume it

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When some of the biggest names in Hollywood and Wall Street linked arms with some of the best-known business executives and tech firms, it looked like their plan to become the Netflix of mobile streaming with bite-size TV and film content designed to appeal to viewers on the move would be a sure-fire winner
Barely six months after launch, Quibi, named after the quick bites of content of less than 10 minutes, has become the first casualty of the streaming wars. 
A little over two years ago, Quibi…

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