In October, Selena Gomez wrote an open letter to Google and its CEO, Sundar Pichai, asking the company to remove ads that spread disinformation about the U.S. presidential election and U.S. voting. She said the following: Hi Sundar,Although we have never met, I just learned that Google is making millions of dollars putting ads on websites that spread disinformation about our election.I’m hoping you are also just finding this out too.Please shut this down immediately. The fate of our country depends on it.Thanks,SelenaFollowing Joe Biden's win and disinformation going viral across the internet about the legitimacy of his victory, Gomez has doubled down on her efforts to call out the tech giant. After Unicef announced that it was removing
Want to prove you have moves in the bedroom? The Dirty Dancing sex position is a great one to try if you’re a Strictly fan. We all know the famous scene where Patrick Swayze’s dance instructor character Johnny Castle teaches girlfriend Frances Houseman how to do the movie's overhead dance lift. He teaches her in a lake so she doesn’t hurt herself when she falls. And the Dirty Dancing technique is a variation on that lift. You need to be athletic to pull off the adventurous move (Image: Lovehoney) Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles So how do you pull off the saucy position? Lovehoney spoke to Daily Star Online about the move. Obviously if the
Lana Rhoades admitted working in porn affected her sex life. On the Call Her Daddy podcast, the 24-year-old told host Alex Cooper that the scenes took a toll on her body. It also made her feel “mechanical” in the bedroom, which is probably why she stopped sleeping with people off camera. Lana, whose real name is Amara Maple, said: “When I was shooting porn, I didn’t have sex with people off camera. “My life was all about work. “I would wake up every single day and go and shoot a porn scene – I had no life.” Lana opened up about the impact of porn on her love life (Image: Lana Rhoades / Instagram) Read More Related Articles Read More Related
If you fancy something a little bit different in the bedroom this weekend, oh do we have a surprise for you. Daily Star Online joined forces with the sex gurus at Ann Summers to bring you a saucy treat on a weekly basis. This week, we're hoping to bring you a little bit of inspiration between the sheets. Couples will go wild for the saucy sex position (Image: Getty Images) Now that we've got your attention, you'll be happy to know this week's sex position is the good old Rocking Chair. We're not saying you'll need a rocking chair but the move will have you thinking you're sat on one. So how do you master it?
Social media users were left stunned after seeing a post shared by Fashion Nova on Instagram this week. The picture showed a model wearing an eye-popping bralette. Her "Sweet and Sultry Crop Top" is on sale on the Fashion Nova website for £31 and is available to buy in pink, black, and ivory. The racy crop top is made of tulle and satin and features a long bubble sleeve with a polka dot pattern, while the bralette is underwired to ensure maximum support. On Fashion Nova Curve's Instagram profile, the model is sporting plenty of underboob thanks to the skimpy garment. As she poses with her hand above her head, she models the top with a pair of blue denim
The success of Netflix's The Crown lies, in part, in its ornate costumes and elaborate (and accurate!) set design—the palaces, castles, and rolling European landscapes are stunning. We'd expect nothing less from a series that reportedly took a record-breaking $130 million to produce. But equally important, the casting is brilliant. If you've watched, then you've probably Googled one or two of the lesser-known characters already (because you need to know what Antony Armstrong-Jones looked like in real life). Now, season 4 sees the arrival of two household names: Emma Corrin as Princess Diana and Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher.Here, we've got all the main players in The Crown and their real-life counterparts. Olivia Colman / Queen Elizabeth II (Seasons
Desiree Watts just wanted to find community with other skaters.She remembered roller skating as a child growing up in upstate New York, living with her grandmother, who'd been a roller disco queen in the 70s and 80s. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, it seemed like a perfect time to pick the sport back up. Countless others seemed to have the same idea: TikTok and Instagram came alive with videos of BIPOC skaters looping around to funky tracks, and waitlists appeared to buy retro-inspired skates online.“As soon as I put them on and hit the street, it was like second nature, even though I hadn’t done it in over 10 years,” Watts, 23, told ELLE.com.Watts, who’s now based in Buffalo,