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 X Factor: Alisah Bonaobra eliminated for THIRD time 12 Nov 2017, 6:06pm X Factor: Alisah Bonaobra eliminated for THIRD time
Daily Mail
The 22-year-old remained gracious as she exited the competition on Sunday night, after receiving the least number of votes. Alisah failed to wow with her performance of Praying for Time.
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 Sam Faiers shares the FIRST image of her newborn daughter 12 Nov 2017, 5:38pm Updated Sam Faiers shares the FIRST image of her newborn daughter
Daily Mail
Former TOWIE star Sam Faiers has shared the first image of her newborn daughter with boyfriend Paul Knightley.
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 X Factor: Sharon Osbourne breaks down over George Michael 12 Nov 2017, 5:05pm X Factor: Sharon Osbourne breaks down over George Michael
Daily Mail
The 65-year-old music mogul struggled to contain her emotions after Lloyd Macey performed an emotional rendition of George Michael's A Different Corner. which wowed the panel.
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 Cindy Crawford wows during Malibu beach photoshoot 12 Nov 2017, 4:30pm Cindy Crawford wows during Malibu beach photoshoot
Daily Mail
Cindy Crawford looked as if if no time had passed since her Nineties heyday as she showed off her natural beauty while playfully posing during a beach photoshoot in Malibu on Friday.
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12 Nov 2017, 4:11pm Updated Sam Faiers welcomes second child with Paul Knightley 
Daily Mail
She and her boyfriend Paul Knightley are already doting parents to son Paul Tony, who they welcomed in December 2015.
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 Cindy Crawford wows during beach photoshoot 12 Nov 2017, 1:34pm Updated Cindy Crawford wows during beach photoshoot
Daily Mail
Cindy Crawford looked as if if no time had passed since her Nineties heyday as she showed off her natural beauty while playfully posing during a beach photoshoot in Malibu on Friday.
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 Gwyneth Paltrow flashes her cleavage at Baby2Baby gala 12 Nov 2017, 10:04am Gwyneth Paltrow flashes her cleavage at Baby2Baby gala
Daily Mail
Gwyneth Paltrow wowed as she stepped out at the glittering Baby2Baby gala in Los Angeles on Friday.
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 Anna Friel strips off for drama The Girlfriend Experience 12 Nov 2017, 8:29am Anna Friel strips off for drama The Girlfriend Experience
Daily Mail
Two decades since making waves on Brookside, Anna Friel, 40, has revisited a lesbian role in The Girlfriend Experience, playing a powerful political executive who has a relationship with an escort.
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 Liam Payne gyrates with female dancers at Free Radio Live 12 Nov 2017, 7:47am Updated Liam Payne gyrates with female dancers at Free Radio Live
Daily Mail
The 24-year-old danced with female background singers at the Free Radio Live music event in Birmingham. He recently justified his age gap with singer Cheryl on Drop The Mic.
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 Katie Price supports amazing mum Amy at charity spinathon 12 Nov 2017, 6:55am Updated Katie Price supports amazing mum Amy at charity spinathon
Daily Mail
The mother-of-five, 39, treated fans to a slew of intimate snaps with her loved ones from their day together, poignantly penning alongside her posts: 'Family is everything.'
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 X Factor:Dermot shows throwback of Simon as George Michael 12 Nov 2017, 6:54am Updated X Factor:Dermot shows throwback of Simon as George Michael
Daily Mail
Dermot O'Leary had a surprise for head judge Simon Cowell, as he suddenly unveiled a shot from the 80s of him dressed in full Wham! regalia.
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 Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly touch down in Australia 12 Nov 2017, 6:53am Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly touch down in Australia
Daily Mail
These are the first pictures which show the cheeky duo arriving in Oz, with the embattled star looking happy and healthy in the charming company of his pal.
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 Danielle Lloyd flaunts incredible post-baby body in London 12 Nov 2017, 6:51am Danielle Lloyd flaunts incredible post-baby body in London
Daily Mail
The former WAG, 33, made for a very leggy display in her chic litle black dress, with the polka dor design perfectly showcasing her incredibly post-baby frame.
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 Danielle Lloyd flaunts incredible post-baby body 12 Nov 2017, 5:42am Danielle Lloyd flaunts incredible post-baby body
Daily Mail
The former WAG, 33, made for a very leggy display in her chic litle black dress, with the polka dor design perfectly showcasing her incredibly post-baby frame.
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 Bikini-clad Jorgie Porter flaunts her ample assets 12 Nov 2017, 3:58am Bikini-clad Jorgie Porter flaunts her ample assets
Daily Mail
Jorgie Porter continued to set tongues wagging as she continued to soak up the sun with her hunky companion in Hawaii on Tuesday.
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WhatsApp: inside the secret world of group chat 12 Nov 2017, 3:00am WhatsApp: inside the secret world of group chat
The Guardian
When WhatsApp launched it quickly became the main messaging service for groups of friends and family. More recently it’s become a useful platform for activists and politicians, fuelling a ‘whisper network’ of alliances and playing a crucial role in the recent revelation of the sexual abuse scandal If Jan Koum and Brian Acton hadn’t been turned down for jobs at Facebook, the lives of a billion or so people around the world might look somewhat different today. Their failure to get hired, however, left the two former Yahoo! employees with enough time on their hands to play around with an idea. And eight years ago, that idea became
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Eyes on the prize: on the civil rights trail in Washington DC 12 Nov 2017, 2:00am Eyes on the prize: on the civil rights trail in Washington DC
The Guardian
As America lurches to the right, we check out the cultural heritage sites associated with Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement At his memorial in
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Sonder Colibri bike preview: ‘Perfect for long rides and big climbs’ | Martin Love 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am Sonder Colibri bike preview: ‘Perfect for long rides and big climbs’ | Martin Love
The Guardian
A safe, stable and responsive road bike ideal for all-day rides The popularity of mountain biking means many established brands have expanded their ranges to include bikes for both tarmac and trail. Sonder is the opposite. It has a reputation for creating rugged machines for rough rides, but now it’s heading on to the smooth with its first full-carbon road bike. In keeping with Sonder’s adventurous philosophy, the Colibri’s been designed for big climbs. If you’ve ever dreamed of tackling the Fred Whitton or the Wrynose pass, this is the bike for you. It strikes a delicate balance between pace, handling and poise, and will keep you safe and comfortable on the most arduous of slogs. There is clearance for 28mm tyres, and the full carbon forks and tapered steerer and headtube, give precise cornering for speedy descents. If you are tempted, you can hire one for a full weekend’s test ride. If you then buy it, they’ll knock the rental off the price. But beware: you’ll find it very hard to give it back (
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The Sunday Jeff Goldblum entertained me in a nail salon | Bre Graham 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am The Sunday Jeff Goldblum entertained me in a nail salon | Bre Graham
The Guardian
When Bre Graham found herself in a nail salon next to Jeff Goldblum’s wife, she couldn’t have predicted what happened next… It wasn’t that long ago, but it
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How to rescue your houseplants from overwatering 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am How to rescue your houseplants from overwatering
The Guardian
It’s the number one killer of houseplants. But there are ways to bring them back from the brink Gardening can be intimidating for newbies – a daunting list of rules and regs and unpronounceable Latin names to memorise before you even get near a plant. Yet when it comes to the world of houseplants, it is almost always too much care, rather than too little, that is the problem. In fact, overwatering, particularly in the winter months and especially from eager beginners, is famously the number one killer of indoor plants. People often water already waterlogged plants even more
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Skoda Kodiaq car review: ‘It easily swallows all your kit and clobber’ | Martin Love 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am Skoda Kodiaq car review: ‘It easily swallows all your kit and clobber’ | Martin Love
The Guardian
Calm, comfortable and bursting with useful tech… Skoda’s first seven-seat SUV is every harassed parent’s dream
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‘I believe in fairies, you should, too’ | Eva Wiseman 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am ‘I believe in fairies, you should, too’ | Eva Wiseman
The Guardian
Whether it’s the Cottingley fairies, ghostly visions or even the Enfield poltergeist, there is a place for the lure of magic in these troubled days It is 100 years since two girls in Yorkshire helped the world believe in fairies. That glorious story, of
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A tasty Greek and two German wines from Berry Bros & Rudd | David Williams 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am A tasty Greek and two German wines from Berry Bros & Rudd | David Williams
The Guardian
There’s no better English wine merchant if it’s Old World classics you’re after
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Nigel Slater’s seafood recipes 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am Nigel Slater’s seafood recipes
The Guardian
That little bit of extra work involved in preparing seafood is well worth the effort – especially with these classics As much as I look forward to the prospect of a bowl of steamed mussels, teasing the seafood from their precariously piled shells, I also like the idea of a recipe where the work has been done for me. A handful of shelled mussels, each as plump and juicy as a dumpling, will add much deep, piscine flavour to a risotto, a clear broth or a vegetable stew. Shelling mussels sounds like a step too far. In reality, the task is simple, especially when you get into the rhythm of things, tugging out each scorching-hot parcel of seafood from its home. (Use an empty pair of conjoined shells as pincers if you like.) It is one of those curious kitchen jobs I start with trepidation and finish rather wishing that I hadn’t come to the end. What is a hungry shopper to do when a cephalopod waves a come-hither tentacle at them from the counter? The hot mussels will add a deep flavour to the tomatoes
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The Cartford Inn, Lancashire: ‘Long may it flourish’ – restaurant review | Jay Rayner 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am The Cartford Inn, Lancashire: ‘Long may it flourish’ – restaurant review | Jay Rayner
The Guardian
A contender for dessert of the year is the icing on the cake at this supreme exponent of inventive pub grub
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My family is great, but I feel as though I have no real friends | Dear Mariella 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am My family is great, but I feel as though I have no real friends | Dear Mariella
The Guardian
Mariella Frostrup responds to a lonely mother by admitting that, having relocated to Somerset, she is struggling with the same problem
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Swear by it: why bad language is good for you | Emma Byrne 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am Swear by it: why bad language is good for you | Emma Byrne
The Guardian
It bonds workers, sheds light on the brain and pacifies us. Emma Byrne on the uses and paradoxes of swearing When I was about nine years old, I was smacked for calling my little brother a “twat”. I had no idea what a twat was – I thought it was just a silly way of saying “twit” – but that smack taught me that some words were more powerful than others and that I had to be careful how I used them. Swearing primes us to think aggressive thoughts while making us less likely to be violent physically
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Winter bird feeder and a dog onesie: what to buy this week 12 Nov 2017, 1:00am Winter bird feeder and a dog onesie: what to buy this week
The Guardian
A gift set for bird fans, jazzy kids’ charity pyjamas, a bone necklace and extra ethical olive oil… these are some of the things we love this week Inspire a bird fan: send them the Boxwild gift set which includes feeders, seed blends and a scooper to make feeding the birds through the lean winter months a delight. Bird seed gift box £28,
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Bare-faced chic: the noisy nudes 12 Nov 2017, 12:59am Bare-faced chic: the noisy nudes
The Guardian
Flesh tones can look understated and wonderfully classy – perfect for a grand evening on the town or a quite night by the fire Here’s the beauty equivalent of the camel coat, make-up that looks understated but unapologetically posh. Try apricot and peaches-and-cream shades on the eyes, with what we’ll call “noisy nudes” on the cheeks and lips. It’s a look for cosy cashmere evenings by the fire, or swanky well-lit bars. A decent powder can be transformative, catapulting you from slightly exhausted mum to vivacious lady, one who can afford to dry clean her extensive knitwear collection.
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 Susan Calman bursts into tears as she dances stern tango 11 Nov 2017, 8:32pm Susan Calman bursts into tears as she dances stern tango
Daily Mail
Susan Calman put on a stern-faced, straight-laced display when she and partner Kevin Clifton performed the tango for the judges on Saturday.
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 Beaming Ant McPartlin and Dec touch down in Australia 11 Nov 2017, 8:18pm Updated Beaming Ant McPartlin and Dec touch down in Australia
Daily Mail
These are the first pictures which show the cheeky duo arriving in Oz, with the embattled star looking happy and healthy in the charming company of his pal.
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 X Factor: Harry Styles baffles fans with odd yellow suit 11 Nov 2017, 7:39pm Updated X Factor: Harry Styles baffles fans with odd yellow suit
Daily Mail
The 23-year-old Sign of the Times singer left fans baffled on Saturday as he donned a mustard yellow suit for an appearance on The X Factor, with some comparing him to The Mask
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Julie Walters: ‘Who cares about getting old?’ | Tim Adams 11 Nov 2017, 7:05pm Julie Walters: ‘Who cares about getting old?’ | Tim Adams
The Guardian
From Mamma Mia to Mo Mowlam, Julie Walters brings a unique streak of candour to everything she does. The actor talks to Tim Adams about fame, family and farming You don’t so much interview
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