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Megan Gale and AFL fiancé Shaun Hampson have son River, 3, and daughter Rosie, 6 weeks.
4 Melbourne Cup 6 Derby Day 8 Kevin Spacey 10 Sophie Monk and Stu Laundy 11 Hollywood d Film Awards 12 Texas shooting 14 Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
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16 HOW HE’S WINNING HER BACK Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez reheat their romance. 20 THE TRUTH ABOUT US Loved-up couple Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth spark renewed wedding buzz. 24 KATE’S NEW CHALLENGE The pregnant royal is throwing herself into good works. 26 ELIZABETH AND PHILIP: 70TH ANNIVERSARY Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrate a marriage milestone. 32 SWINGING AND SINGLE The Voice Australia coach Seal has a new album, and gets a kick out of keeping life real. 38 THE VANISHING More details emerge in the case of the bizarre disappearance of Californian woman Sherri Papini. 42 MY DREAM DAY Three-time Sports Illustrated cover girl Kate Upton ties the knot. 44 THE LIFE, LOVES AND LAST DAYS OF MICHAEL HUTCHENCE His sister, Tina, speak ks his exclusively to WHO on the 20th anniversary of h death. Plus, a new book lays bare his life. DE 50 ERIN BROCKOVICH’S LATEST CRUSAD The activist fights for the right to clean water. 52 OLYMPIA VALANCE: OUR BIG GREEK WEDDING The Neighbours star shares a speciaal day two decades in the making.
Jesinta Campbell married AFL Sydney Swans forward Lance “Buddy” Franklin on Nov. 4, 2016.
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AFL star Chris Judd married Rebecca Twigley in 2010. Now parents to four, the pair enjoyed a day at the races on Oct. 21.
New England Patriot Tom Brady attended the Met Gala in May with wife Gisele Bündchen.
s p o h tt Anna Heinrich was “feeling like sunshine” in Rebecca Vallance with a Scanlan Theodore headpiece.
Sports Illustrated model Robyn Lawley took the plunge in maroon. She attended the race with Olympic swimmer James Roberts.
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The Bachelor Matty Johnson’s final rose winner, Laura Byrne, got her lacy jumpsuit from the Glamour House.
Actress Jane Seymour told the Sunday HeraldSun that she has also been to Royal Ascot and the Kentucky Derby.
Lleyton Hewitt and wife Bec (in Sass and Bide) looked in fine form, although Bec joked on Instagram, “Just popping out to get milk!”
hey’re off! Frocks and finery make a strong showing at the race that stops a nation Bright jewel tones made a colourful change from the strict black-and-white tones of Derby Day three days before (see next page). Everything from wide brims to jewelled headbands stood out on the blustery afternoon. Jennifer Hawkins’s floaty Alex Perry dress (“Um, a tad windy,” she posted) caught the breeze. “It’s a bit tricky but I’ve got an overcoat,” said presenter Rachael Finch. Visiting starlet Paris Jackson chose a rust-coloured dress from Morrison over the custom red one Perry reportedly made for her (sources told Fairfax she wasn’t a fan of the Perry number). Posing with Jackson for a snap, Finch wrote, “What a beautiful soul.”
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KIRTS AND HATS WERE IN peril from strong wind gusts, but the rain held off while an Irish horse h romped home to claim victory at the t Nov. 7 Melbourne Cup in Flemington. “I “ just can’t believe it,” said jockey Corey Brown, B who rode Rekindling across the line, l claiming a $3.6 million win in a dramatic d last-second snatch from fellow Irish horse Johannes Vermeer. “Corey I gave g an unbelievable ride,” said Rekindling’s R trainer, Joseph O’Brien, victorious in his first Cup. “It hasn’t v really r sunk in yet to be honest.” But while punters stayed keenly focused f on the track, fashion followers’ eyes e were on the frocks and hats trackside.
As part of her first trip to Australia, Myer guest Paris Jackson arrived at Flemington in an Ann Shoebridge topper.
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Twenty years after her single e “Torn” shot he er to superstardom m, Natalie Imbruglia lia performed for Derby Day punters.
Model Shanina Shaik, in an Ellery jacket, was the Mumm champagne ambassador. “I wanted to show an edgier side that can be achieved without a fascinator or crown,” says her stylist, Michael Azzollini.
Fresh from winning The Block, Elyse Knowles frocked up in Paolo Sebastian with boyfriend Josh Barker.
Hamish Blake (left) and Andy Lee had a laugh.
Shaik’s fellow Victoria’s Secret Angel Elyse Taylor pulled off a 1950s-style Alex Perry number.
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NE AWKWARD OUTFIT N double-up, d two former soap so stars, Victoria’s Secret A Angels l an nd a hat that turned heads. Th This yyearr’s Derby Day on Nov. 4 at M Melbourn lb ne’s Flemington Racecourse w was one to o remember. Myer aambassad dor Jennifer Hawkins and F rreporter p Francesca Cumani dressed iin identiccal Myer-brand frocks and fformer lo ocal ladies Natalie Imbruglia aand Melisssa George visited, as well aas models d ls Elyse Taylor and Shanina Shaik. Sh k In n ribbon-trimmed braids, ““Shanin h na had a great time and I had h d a ggiggle or two with her,” says her styylist Michael Azzollini. h Ka Stefanovic strode in Karl with his girlfriend, model and w shoee designer Jasmine sh Yarrbrough, and The Block Y winners Elyse Knowles and w Jo Barker also adhered to Josh th black-and-white dress the c code, but it was Deputy L Liberal Leader Julie B Bishop’s dramatic head h dpiece that stole the show. ■
Karl Stefanoviic and model and d shoe designe er Jasmine e Yarbrough.
“Jet lag is for people who are not happy with where they are ... this is fabulous, I love coming to Melbourne for the races,” Melissa George (in Schiaparelli) told The Sydney Morning Herald.
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Who wore it best? Francesca Cumani accessorised with a Suzy O’Rourke hat, Olga Berg clutch and Ferragamo shoes.
Snap! Jennifer Hawkins (right) and Channel Seven presenter Francesca Cumani (left) wore the same Jonathan Simkhai frock. Cumani later covered hers up with a big black coat, causing speculation that she was asked to conceal the double-up.
“No biggie—it has never happened to me before— Francesca looked so gorgeous,” said Jennifer Hawkins.
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Spacey (on May 24) “had all of me in his hand,” wrote Harry Dreyfuss in his claim of sexual assault.
Spacey and Robin Wright as Frank and Claire Underwood in the hit Netflix series House of Cards. An assistant on the show claims Spacey made “inappropriate contact” with him on set.
Secret life exposed The decorated actor seeks treatment in the face of multiple disturbing accusations
S A WAY OF COPING WITH HIS trauma, aspiring actor Harry Dreyfuss would tell the story at parties for laughs: the time when his idol, Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey, secretly groped him at the age of 18 in the company of his father, actor Richard Dreyfuss, in 2008. The joke fell apart when people came back with similar stories involving the star. Wrote Harry in BuzzFeed News: “They would respond by saying, ‘I know a guy that that happened to as well.’” Those victims are now finding their voice. Since Star Trek actor Anthony Rapp claimed on Oct. 30 that Spacey made inappropriate sexual advances towards him when he was 14, multiple allegations have been squared against the 58-year-old House of Cards star. Among his accusers are an anonymous man who told New York magazine Spacey began a sexual relationship with him when he was 14. The pair met, says the now 48-year-old, when he was a 12-year-old student in a New York acting class, and Spacey came in as a guest teacher. They met again two years later when Spacey gave the teen his phone number and they began a sexual relationship. “He is a paedophile,” said the man. Spacey “absolutely denies the allegations,” his lawyer told the magazine. Actor Roberto Cavazos, who performed in several productions at London’s The Old Vic theatre, where Spacey was artistic director for 11 years, also accuses Spacey of sexual harassment. “There are many of us who have a ‘Kevin Spacey story,’” Cavazos, 35, wrote in a Facebook post. “It seems like you only needed to be a man under 30 for him to feel free to touch us. It was so common that it turned into a (very bad) joke amongst us.”
Actress Cassidy Freeman (inset) has accused Entourage’s Jeremy Piven of sexual harassment. “I know what you attempted to do to me when I was far too young,” she instagrammed.
Harry Dreyfuss (with father Richard in 2000) says Spacey groped him while rehearsing with his father for a play in Spacey’s London apartment in 2008.
Six women have accused filmmaker Brett Ratner of harassment (his lawyer said he “vehemently denies” allegations). Olivia Munn claimed he masturbated in front of her.
Actor Roberto Cavazos says that while Spacey worked at London’s Old Vic theatre the star met with male actors to “talk about their career,” he said. “I never let anything happen, but know of a few who were too scared to stop him.”
Spacey (right) onstage in Inherit the Wind at London’s The Old Vic theatre in 2009.
Uma Thurman (below, with Harvey Weinstein in 2016), who starred in Miramax’s Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill, has hinted she has a story to tell. “When I am ready, I will say what I have to say,” she told Access Hollywood.
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And according to staff on Netflix’s House of Cards, the star’s behaviour made the set a “toxic” environment. Eight employees told CNN his behaviour was “predatory” and one former production assistant accuses Spacey of sexually assaulting him while the assistant was transporting Spacey to set. “I was in a state of shock,” the man said. Netflix has shut down production on the series, after announcing that its upcoming sixth season will also be its final. Spacey, who after Rapp’s allegations came out as gay, is seeking help, said his representative in a statement: “Kevin Spacey is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment.” ■
Rapp (on Oct. 7) said Spacey tried to “seduce” him when he was 14. “I was aware he was trying to get with me sexually,” he said.
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pics Monk and Laundy on Nov. 1 in Bondi, Sydney. “People come in and out of Sophie’s life,” her friend Oscar Gordon told WHO, “and to finally see her with someone who can make her feel good makes me really happy.”
“We are just a couple starting out in a relationship and very happy with each other,” Laundy (with Monk in Sydney’s Surry Hills on Nov. 2) told The Daily Telegraph. “It is a pressure cooker.”
OR MOST NEW COUPLES, A quick kiss wouldn’t merit notice. For Bachelorette star Sophie Monk and boyfriend Stu Laundy, each step has been dissected and scrutinised. “We haven’t had privacy yet, to be honest,” Monk told Lisa Wilkinson during a Nov. 6 Huffington Post Australia Facebook Live chat. “Even normal people take photos!” But, she acknowledged, “It’s part of what I’ve signed up for.” To placate any doubters, Monk, 37, still had to tell Wilkinson she and Laundy had seen each other that very morning, and two days earlier, publican Laundy, 44, told The Daily Telegraph, “In simple
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terms, I have been dating Soph for a couple of months.” He then added, “What sort of couple who have been dating that long get asked, walking down the street, about kids, marriage, the future? It is very early days.” So early that the memory of their stilted body language on shows such as The Project still lingers. “I’m not into that,” Monk told Wilkinson of engaging in PDA. “He didn’t want to be in the industry, which is what I like about him.” What she also likes is a laugh. The father-of-four is “a lot funnier than you’ve seen,” Monk tells WHO. “We share the same sense of humour.” ■
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The couple (on Nov. 1) say they have both been in touch with runnerup Jarrod Woodgate, who Monk calls “a kind, genuine person.”
Angelina Jolie (in Jenny Packham) dedicated her award to “everyone back home in Cambodia.”
HOLLYWOOD FILM AWARDS
Stars collide A Angelina scores a trophy—and Allison Janney scores an onstage kiss—as Hollywood’s awards season kicks off
her fellow nominees, including I, Tonya’s Allison Janney. “Allison, I know I don’t really know you, but I just want to be you,” she said. “I do, or just stroke you or something. I mean, we could always kiss, maybe?” They got to know each other straight away—with a kiss. ■ Amy Adams shared a laugh with award winner Jake Gyllenhaal (Stronger).
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CONTINUING A STRONG SHOWING FOR C their Oscar campaign, First They Killed My t Father director and co-writer Angelina Jolie F (see (s p. 34) and writer Loung Ung took out best b foreign-language film at the 21st annual Hollywood H Film Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Nov. 5. “We are here to celebrate the craft of cinema, the expertise and excellence that all c of o you put in to create truly moving stories,” announced a host James Corden. “And who better to do that than me, the voice of Hi-5 b from fr The Emoji Movie?” p g his career-achievement award, Accepting Gary s G y Oldman said: “Like many of you here, we all a show up to make h someth hing grander than l and perhaps just rreal life, ma maybe to find something of a truth in it. It’s indeed a very special way to m make a living.” As Wonder Wheel’s K Winslet accepted Kate h her Hollywood Actress aw award from Shailene Wo oodley, she called out
The brothers Fra anco co (James, left, a and Dave) star in The Disaster Arti tist.
Margot Robbie’s I, Tonya cast won an ensemble award.
Allison Janney (right) popped up to the stage to accept Kate Winslet’s suggestion of a kiss.
Shailene Woodley wore a Balmain dress.
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s c i p o t t o h A Authorities investigate the scene at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, on Nov. 5. Inset: Devin Patrick Kelley.
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After the mass shooting in Texas, US President Donald Trump said, “I think that mental health is your problem here.” But he denied the US gun laws were in any way to blame: “This isn’t a guns situation,” he said.
Shattered sa America reels again g as a former f Air Force member and father f opens fire f on a church congregation before two local heroes chased him down
N A NATION STILL FRESHLY GRIEVING ITS WORST mass shooting in history, an armed man claimed 26 lives in a Texan church on Nov. 5. During a Sunday morning service at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, 26-year-old former US Air Force member Devin Kelley, dressed in all-black tactical gear and a ballistic vest, parked his Ford Explorer at a petrol station across the road, got out and began firing towards the sanctuary. Armed with a Ruger AR-556 semi-automatic rifle, he continued unloading the weapon as he entered the church. Among the victims, who range in age from 18 months to 77 years, are the church pastor’s 14-yearold daughter, eight members of an extended family including a pregnant mother, and a 16-yearold aspiring nurse. Kelley’s mother-in-law was also killed in the attack. At least 20 were injured. After Kelley left the place of worship, Stephen Willeford, who lives next to the church and had heard the gunfire, ran outside with his own gun and opened fire on the gunman, wounding him.
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“He saw that the guy was wearing body armour, and there was a velcro strap, from the back to the front,” his cousin Ken Leonard told CNN. “He knew from that ... that the vulnerable spot was going to be in the side. And so that’s where he shot him.” Wounded, Kelley fled in his Explorer, while Willeford waved down passing motorist Johnnie Langendorff, got in his truck and told the driver to chase the Ford. After driving for ten minutes at speeds of up to 150km/h, Kelley “lost control on his own and went off into the ditch,” Langendorff told local TV station KSAT.When police arrived minutes later they found Kelley dead in the car from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Authorities said the shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute, and that the shooter had sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law. “It’s a senseless crime, but we can tell you that there was a domestic situation going on within this family,” Freeman Martin, regional director for the Texas Department of Public Safety, told the media on Nov. 6. “We can’t go into details, but we want to
get that out there—that this was not racially motivated, it wasn’t over religious beliefs, there was a domestic situation going on within the family and the in-laws.” The attack, which comes just weeks after gunman Stephen Paddock fired down onto a country music concert in Las Vegas, killing 58 and injuring hundreds, was the largest mass shooting in the state’s history. “There are so many families who have lost family members, fathers, mothers, sons and daughters,” said Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Sunday. “We appreciate the first responders, who are continuing to try to give the community the answers they need and deserve.” What authorities do know was that Kelley served at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, working in logistics readiness. He was stationed there from 2010 until he was discharged in 2014, following a 2012 court-martial on accusations he assaulted his spouse and their child, an Air Force spokeswoman tells WHO. Kelley, who at the time of the massacre was
Mona Rodriguez holds her 12-yearold son, J. Anthony Hernandez, during a candlelight vigil in Sutherland Springs on Nov. 5.
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Bryan Holcombe, 60
Karla Holcombe, 58
The volunteer pastor was married to his high school sweetheart almost 40 years. “He was a fine kid,” says his dad, Joe, 86. “We know he’s in heaven.”
The assistant church secretary and Sunday school teacher “ran around all day most every day helping people that needed help,” says her father-in-law.
Crystal Holcombe, 36
Megan Hill, 8
Pregnant with her 6th child, she was devoted to homeschooling. “She wanted to raise very smart children,” says high-school teacher Tambria Read.
Megan and her sister Emily were baking cookies to raise money for Hurricane Harvey victims, according to mum Crystal Holcombe’s Facebook page.
Joann Ward, 30
Brooke Ward, 5
The daycare worker was a regular at the diner across from the church. Adds Gary Zwicke: “She cared about people that needed help.”
Brooke, Joann’s daughter with husband Chris, loved to accompany her mum and siblings to church. “They pretty much went every Sunday,” says Zwicke.
Emily Ward, 7
Annabelle Pomeroy, 14
Texas Department of Public Safety troopers outside the church on Nov. 5.
Mourners at the Nov. 5 candlelight vigil.
Joann’s daughter Emily accompanied her mum to church. Stepfather Chris Ward stayed home after a night shift. “They were good kids,” says his uncle.
The youngest daughter of the church’s pastor, she attended services even though her parents were away.
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working in security and lived in New Braunfels, Texas, some 55km from Sutherland Springs, received a bad conduct discharge and 12 months’ confinement as well as a reduction in rank, says the spokeswoman. “This is just a small, rural farming community,” says Ernest Hajek, a Wilson County commissioner who knew several members of the congregation. “It isn’t really a town—a small church with 40 or 50 congregants at each service. It doesn’t make any sense. I have seen other mass shootings but nothing like this.” ■
REMEMBERING THE VICTIMS
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Heart Beat Miller (with Mullane in 2016, inset) shared this shot of the proposal.
Pia Miller and Tyson Mullane
Home and Away star Pia Miller, 34, has become engaged to Tyson Mullane, 29, with whom uary she went public in Febru y 2016. On Nov. 4 she capttioned a photo of Mullane proposing on social media: “In a hundred lifetimes. In a hundred worlds. In any version of reality. I’d find you and I’d choose you. Yes today. Yes always.” Miller has two sons from previous relationships.
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas headed to their celebration in New York on Nov. 4. “It was such a fun night and Joe and Sophie couldn’t have looked happier,” said an onlooker.
McCary in June, left, and Stone in January, right.
Joe and Sophie throw an engagement bash
INGER JOE JONAS AND GAME of Thrones star Sophie Turner celebrated their engagement with dinner and a party on Nov. 4 in New York. Jonas, 28, and Turner, 21, who began seeing each other in 2016 and announced they were engaged in October, celebrated with about 30 loved ones when they booked out Mamo restaurant in New York. “Guests were singing and dancing, and everyone seemed to have such a great time,” a source told Us Weekly. Q 14 l Who
Turner and Jonas, second and third from left in a photo booth with his brothers, also partied with his band, DNCE (below).
Emma Stone, 29, is dating Saturday Night Live director Dave McCary, 32, who she met hosting the show last year. “Dave has this core of kindness and sweetness,” a source tells WHO. “He’s not someone who seeks the spotlight. Even in party situations he’s lowkey ... I could definitely see how that would be appealing to someone like Emma.” a
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“They have so much to catch up on,” a source told WHO of Bieber and Gomez (hanging out in Los Angeles on Nov. 1). “They dealt with things separately this year that made them different people. It wouldn’t be surprising if they got back together.”
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WINN HER B T Insiders tell WHO a reformed anything’ to prove to Selena wo years ago, she sang about “being sick of the same old love,” but Selena Gomez isn’t living life by her lyrics. Since breaking up with R&B artist The Weeknd, the singer has rebounded with Justin Bieber— infamous to Gomez fans as the boyfriend who broke her heart. The couple are spending nearly every day together, doing wholesome things like riding their bikes, going to services at the reformed bad boy’s Hillsong Church and reconnecting over intimate meals. On Nov. 3, after they attended the 2017 conference of the Australian-originated church, the pop stars enjoyed a private dinner at Morton’s Steakhouse in Los Angeles, arriving at 10PM and staying until midnight. According to an onlooker, Bieber, 23, arranged for them to be seated after the restaurant had closed so he and Gomez, 25, could have the place to themselves. “They’re figuring things out as they spend time together,” an insider close to the pair tells WHO. There’s a lot of baggage to sort through. Starting in 2010, the pair had a roller-coaster romance that continued for two more years after they split for the first time in 2012, amid cheating rumours. In August 2016, the two
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feuded on social media after Bieber hooked up with Sofia Richie, and they didn’t speak for a year. According to multiple sources, Bieber was moved to reach out to his old flame in September, after learning she was recovering from a kidney transplant (Gomez suffers from lupus). Says a friend of the pop idol: “He was very worried and is so relieved she’s doing well.” While they’re enjoying hanging out again, the pair are taking things slowly. “Spending time together makes them both very happy,” says the friend. “For Justin, no-one ever came close to comparing to Selena.” The rekindled friendship, however, was not responsible for her split from The Weeknd (aka Abel Tesfaye), 27, sources previously told WHO. “It’s been hard with [The Weeknd] being on tour and [Gomez] shooting in New York. That wasn’t easy for them. It’s over for now, but they’re still in touch,” a source said. Two days after her break-up was announced, Gomez was all smiles with Bieber during a leisurely bike ride in LA on Nov. 1. That evening, she cheered on her heart-throb ex at his ice-hockey game. Later, she wore Bieber’s New Jersey Devils jersey as she left the arena. The ball is in Gomez’s court, sources agree, and Bieber is a happy man in the meantime. “Justin is doing
“Justin still needs to win her family over,” says a source of Gomez (in 2014). “He knows what he did wrong in the past.”
Young love in the limelight
2011 Confirming their romance at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in February.
Fuelling rumours at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in March.
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At the Teen Choice Awards in July, four months before their first split.
Gomez (on Bieber’s Instagram) released the song “The Heart Wants What it Wants” after their romance stalled again.
great. Spending all week with Selena is the dream week for him,” says a Bieber source. “He is trying to take things slowly, but it hasn’t really worked. He is too excited to spend time with her.” The star believes he can afford to sit tight, says the source: “He is waiting for Selena to tell him that they are officially back together. He doesn’t feel any rush, because no doubt they are already emotionally back together.” Gomez’s inner circle frets about her reuniting with the controversy-prone Canadian, but no-one is surprised. “Justin was Selena’s first love. She’s never been able to get over him,” says the insider. Even during Bieber’s many legal scrapes, “she always saw the best in him.” When sparks first flew, Bieber and Gomez were teen stars on the rise. In 2010, Gomez broke Beliebers’ hearts around the globe when she was spotted holding hands with him in Philadelphia, though they downplayed romance rumours. In February 2011, the young stars stepped out publicly as a couple
“Justin is certainly a much better person,” says a source of Bieber (at breakfast with Gomez on Oct. 29).
for the first time at the Vanity Fair Oscars party, with Gomez telling Seventeen magazine, “I don’t like hiding.” Bieber shared more openly: “She’s hot. Of course every guy likes the girl to be hot, which Selena is. But ... I like to be around people who make me laugh and share my sense of humour. That’s Selena for sure,” he told WHO. “She is a really great person and I think she has the best smile in the world.” By November 2012, they called it quits (strike one) but were spotted kissing at an airport days later. After two more angst-ridden years, the on-off romance stalled again, though rumours that they were still on persisted well into 2015. In September of that year, Bieber reflected on why their relationship fell apart: “We were so in love. Nothing else mattered. We were all about each other. But when it’s like that and you get your value from that, people will always disappoint you,” he told
Complex magazine. “I moved in with my girlfriend when I was 18. Started my own life with her. It was a marriage kind of thing. Living with a girl, it was just too much at that age ... When stuff would happen, I would lose my freakin’ mind, and she would lose her mind, and we would fight so hard because we were so invested in each other.” Now older and wiser, they’re set to try again. Aside from gaining back Gomez’s trust, Bieber is working on winning over her loved ones. “Justin now seems mature enough to realise Selena deserves the best,” says —an insider the insider. “He will do anything to prove he can be a great boyfriend.” Gomez wants to give him that chance. “She’s always held out hope that one day the timing and circumstances would be right,” says the insider. “He will always have a special place in her heart.” ■ By Melody Chiu and Karina Machado. Reported by Pernilla Cedenheim
“He will always have a special place in her heart”
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2009 Before they dated, Bieber serenaded Gomez on TV on New Year’s Eve.
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“Thinking about how lucky we are to spend Dora’s first Xmas together as a fam!” posted Cyrus with Hemsworth on Dec. 25, 2016.
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The loved-up couple spark
“Date night,” Miley Cyrus (with Liam Hemsworth) captioned a pic from the Los Angeles premiere of Thor: Ragnarok on Oct. 10.
aking a stroll dressed in comfy clothes and caps, a relaxed Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth sipped on their drinks and enjoyed quality time together on Oct. 29 in Savannah, Georgia, where Hemsworth has been shooting his new film, Killerman. Cyrus was wearing a jumper she picked up days earlier on Tybee Island, after the loved-up couple spent a day at the beach where they first met and fell in love in 2009 as co-stars in The Last Song. Still, it was a different element of the singer’s outfit that pulled the most focus: she and Hemsworth were sporting matching bands on their ring fingers, once again igniting marriage buzz. The stars were first engaged in June 2012 but called it off by September 2013. They reconnected in 2015 and are now engaged once more. But are they hitched? Their adorned ring fingers are actually nothing new. In August, Hemsworth, 27,
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BACK TO THE START
On Oct. 29, the couple strolled around Savannah, Georgia, where they filmed The Last Song. When they split, “I didn’t know if that was the end of it,” Cyrus said in May. “But knew that wherever I was going I was on the right path.”
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was seen wearing a gold band while spending time with Cyrus’s mother, Tish, in Kentucky. And Cyrus has been spotted wearing a sparkly band on her ring finger since July 2016. While they may be sporting promise rings, Cyrus, 24, has openly talked about her feelings on marriage, making it clear that she can’t see herself walking down the aisle anytime soon. “I’m 24. I hope I get to live a little bit more. I have too much living to do [before I get married],” she said in September. “Three years ago, if you’d asked me if I’d be here, this happy with this man, I’d have been stunned. I’m just riding this out.” A happily-ever-after ending wasn’t always on the cards. Reflecting on their time apart, “I had to. I don’t like when relationships are two halves trying to make a whole,” Cyrus said in an interview with Howard Stern on Oct. 4. “So I don’t think that I have that co-dependency. I think people that break up
Cyrus and Hemsworth wore rings while on a lunch date on Sept. 2.
and get back together, that’s awesome. You get time to be yourself. You get time to grow up. I think if you’re growing up attached to another person, you never really get solid as your own being.” In a May interview with GQ, Hemsworth noted that although their split wass difficult on him, “at the time we were going in different directions and it’s just what needed to happen,” he conceded. “We were both super young and it was a good decision at the time—we both needed that.”
“Our first smooch 8 years ago!” Cyrus posted in July of kissing Hemsworth in 2009’s The Last Song.
Hemsworth helped Cyrus out of the car and held hands with her as they walked into Sarabeth’s restaurant in New York in the early hours of Nov. 5, after Cyrus performed on Saturday Night Live.
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“My little angel and I,” posted Hemsworth on Instagram in July. Her response? “Why. This. Picture. lol.”
relationship. “They’ve come a long way.” It’s a fact that isn’t lost on Cyrus, who has acknowledged that she’s standing on more solid ground these days. “In some relationships, you lose yourself by being with someone else,” she said in September. “Actually, it made me find myself more. I have no idea what the next three years will bring, but if it’s possible to get even happier, I’ll take it.” ■ By Jennie Noonan
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Now that they’re back together, spending d downtime as a couple and also being there for each other professionally is a priority. Before Cyrus visited Hemsworth on set in Georgia, the pair made a rare red-carpet appearance to support Liam’s brother Chris Hemsworth at the Thor: Ragnarok premiere in Los Angeles on Oct. 10. Weeks later, when Cyrus was a musical guest on Saturday Night Live alongside guest host Larry David on Nov. 4, Hemsworth made a surprise cameo in a sketch in which Cyrus played a game-show audience member paired with celebrity contestant Chris Hemsworth (portrayed by cast member Alex Moffat). Cyrus told the faux elder sibling of her beau, “You’re really cute.” “Yeah, sorry love, I’m married,” replied Moffat, in character as the actor. Asked Cyrus in return, “Do you have a brother?” Hemsworth and Cyrus were later spotted heading to the show’s after-party in the early hours of Sunday morning, holding hands—once again sporting rings on their fingers. Aside from her professional projects, the animal-loving “Malibu” singer, who owns three homes in California, recently bought a $US5.8 million, five-bedroom Nashville house to be closer to her family. “It will be their next project,” a source tells Us Weekly, noting that the renovations might mean marriage is further down the track. “Miley said that she has no wedding date set. They are in the opposite of a rush to get married.” Still, “They’re set on making it work this time,” another friend says of their on-again
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The Duchess of Cambridge, a patron of the Lawn Tennis Association, had a ball at the National Tennis Centre in London on Oct. 31.
Kate hinted on Oct. 31 that George might have inherited her love of tennis. “[Kate] says with George, just being 4, he wants to whack a ball,” says tennis coach Sam Richardson. “She was asking what sort of stuff he should be doing.”
Bonding with young tennis is fans at a Tenn n for Kids sessio on Oct. 31.
Kate’s new Being a mum is “rewarding” but also a “challenge,” Kate (at the Trooping of the Colour with her family on June 17) has said.
CHALLE W ith her bump all but concealed in a black zip-up track jacket, the Duchess of Cambridge showed off her tennis skills on Oct. 31, in her first solo appearance since announcing her pregnancy in September. Accessorising her athletic gear—including new Nike sneakers—with a beaming smile, the avid tennis fan brushed up on her skills, doing drills with young players at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton. Says tennis pro Johanna Konta, who met the duchess, “Every little girl and almost every little boy wants to meet a princess, and it got them very excited.” It’s also an exciting—and possibly demanding—time for the duchess, 35, who’s
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The expectant royal is filling her diary supporting causes close to her heart
back in the thick of royal duties ahead of the arrival of her third child with Prince William (due in April, as Kensington Palace confirmed). After lying low with hyperemesis gravidarum she returned to work last month, hosting a function on World Mental Health Day on Oct. 10. On Nov. 1 she hosted a private discussion focusing on maternal mental health at Kensington Palace. “The Duchess is keen to develop an understanding of the issues surrounding maternal mental health, and to learn what support is available,” said Kensington Palace of the meeting. Kate, who revealed in March that she suffered a “lack of confidence and feelings of ignorance” as a new mum, spoke with academics and obstetricians at the brain-storm.
The duchess hosted a discussion with experts about maternal mental health on Nov. 1.
Aston Villa fan William was not amused by gifts of West Ham jerseys for George and Charlotte at the London Stadium on Oct. 18.
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ENGE Her crusade to draw awareness to child-andmaternal mental-health issues continues on Nov. 7, when she’s scheduled to attend a gala dinner for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) at Kensington Palace. The charity—the duchess is a patron—provides early intervention to vulnerable families. A week later, she is expected to visit the Hornsey Road Children’s Centre in London to learn more about perinatal mental health. These engagements are a sign that the motherto-be’s recovery is well on track and, indeed, the duchess looked in high spirits at the Tennis for Kids session on Oct. 31. “It was great to see her passion for tennis,” Konta tells WHO. “She’s lovely.” ■ By Karina Machado
A glowing Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the UK National Tennis Centre in London on Oct. 31.
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THEIR 70TH ANNIVERSARY
The future Queen was just 13 when she fell head-over-heels for the handsome Navy cadetâ€” and they have been inseparable ever since
O THEN & NOW The couple revisited Broadlands, an estate in the English countryside, 60 years after their 1947 honeymoon in the same spot (inset, above left).
n a warm English summer day earlier this year, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip drove to the magnificent Cumberland Lodge, a few kilometres from their home at Windsor Castle for a pre-lunch appointment with dear friends. Moving comfortably between the assembled guests, the pair showcased the effortless chemistry they have honed throughout 70 years of marriage. Straight-talking, quip-dropping Philip, 96—who had announced his retirement from public duties in May— “was as jovial and switched on as ever,” says an attendee, while Elizabeth, 91, reigned over the gathering with ease. “Part of the reason she keeps going so steadily is that she has him there beside her,” says the guest. “They’re a great team, and that’s still the case.” With their landmark platinum wedding anniversary on Nov. 20, the couple’s extraordinary partnership remains unwavering, even as they face the losses and demands that accompany the twilight of life. Yes, they are slowing down and relinquishing many of their long-held duties, but they are hardly stepping away. “They are finding their own pace,” says a former household staffer. As for marking their anniversary, they will likely enjoy a quiet family celebration. “She doesn’t want to be showy,” says the former staffer. “They just want to be private about it.” Of course, their love story began
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Young love made official: the couple’s 1947 engagement portrait.
The early parenting years, with Prince Charles and Princess Anne in 1950.
on the most public of stages. The thenPrincess Elizabeth was just 13 when she met Philip, a dashing 18-year-old Royal Navy Cadet with “piercing blue eyes,” as Elizabeth’s governess later described him. For young Lilibet, as her family called her then, it was love at first sight. “She never looked at anyone else,” her cousin Margaret Rhodes later said. The couple’s wedding on Nov. 20, 1947, was the first grand public event in Britain since the end of WWII (see box). The newlyweds had just welcomed son Charles and daughter Anne when Elizabeth’s father, King George VI, died in 1952, thrusting his elder daughter into the role she would occupy for the rest of her long life: Queen. Her accession, in turn, pushed her husband into a role he had never previously played: second fiddle. As the Queen’s “consort,” he adapted—at times, grudgingly—to occupying a public place a few steps behind his wife. Netflix’s hit The Crown, while noting, “He Elizabeth herself pained her husband was always staying in the home of mutual when she sided with then-Prime Minister friends. The Queen’s friends are solid, moral Winston Churchill that their people, and I don’t think there children—who would later was any suggestion that friends include sons Andrew, born in were turning a blind eye to things 1960, and Edward, born in that the Queen wouldn’t approve.” 1964—should bear her family Insiders say that Philip’s bold name, Windsor, rather than confidence has long balanced his Philip’s, Mountbatten. “I am wife’s more reticent style. nothing but a bloody amoeba,” “Because of the Queen’s slightly he reportedly railed. shy personality, combined with Rumours of a wandering eye the solemnity of her office as head long dogged Philip, with the —Crown historian of state, people are quite overcouple often spending time apart. Robert Lacey awed,” says the former staffer. “There was his polo and carriage “It’s very often Prince Philip’s wry driving for decades, when he would quite remark that breaks the ice and gets everyone regularly be away for the weekend,” says going. As a team, they are faultless.” historian Robert Lacey, a consultant on Others have said that while the
“Within the marriage, [Philip] was in charge of virtually everything”
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At Balmoral in 1972 with all four kids (from left): Edward, Andrew, Anne and Charles.
In Fiji in 1977.
Trooping the Colour in 2007. Philip “now feels he has done his duty,” says Philip’s cousin, Lady Pamela Hicks.
Inside their fairy-tale wedding
Excerpted from ‘Elizabeth and Philip: A Royal Romance,’ the book by WHO’s sister US publication PEOPLE.
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“This wedding, on a dark day of a troubled, distracted and most uncertain time, carried over six continents and seven seas a brightness so simple it was hard to understand,” Time wrote of the union of Princess Elizabeth, 21, and the newly titled Duke of Edinburgh, 26, whom one of the bridesmaids called, “God’s gift to girls.” . . . The jubilant roar of the crowd as Princess Elizabeth and her father, King George VI, rode down the Mall could be heard inside Westminster Abbey, where her bridegroom (buoyed by an early gin and tonic after his stag parties the night before — “I have a little date tomorrow morning,” he reportedly quipped as he slipped away just before midnight) awaited with more than 2,000 guests ... Philip broke into a smile when the king handed over his daughter’s hand, with “infinite gentleness,” Time reported, and as the couple recited their vows, 200 million people around the world listened, the first time the wedding of an heir to the throne was broadcast on radio. “Although she sounded like a young girl,” Life said of Elizabeth, “she already looked like a queen.” . . . “I was so proud of you & thrilled at having you so close to me on our long walk in Westminster Abbey,” King George later wrote to his daughter, “but when I handed your hand to the Archbishop I felt that I had lost something very precious ... I can see that you are sublimely happy with Philip.” Q By Eileen Finan The union of Princess Elizabeth and Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, on Nov. 20, 1947, was considered the first modern royal wedding.
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STILL GOING STRONG “I’m full of admiration for her—it’s amazing she’s still doing so much,” Lady Pamela Hicks says of the Queen (with Philip at the London Zoo in April).
The royal family gathered on the Buckingham Palace balcony in June for the annual Trooping the Colour para de.
Queen wears the crown, it is Philip who rules the roost. “Within the marriage, he was in charge of virtually everything to do with the children, the household, how the royal estates are run,” says Lacey. “He stamped his authority on the whole family.” The couple have pulled together during the darkest days of their marriage, from seeing collect our thoughts, and to just have that three of their children’s marriages end in space away from everybody.” divorce to the 1992 Windsor Castle fire to Today, both the Queen and Philip delight in Princess Diana’s death in 1997. The Queen’s the continued growth of their grandson, Prince William, family tree—including baby recently spoke about her No. 3 on the way for William role in protecting him and and Kate and the possibility of his brother, Prince Harry, in —Former member of the a new granddaughter-in-law in the wake of Diana’s death. household staff Harry’s serious girlfriend, Suits “At the time, you know, my star Meghan Markle, whom the Queen has grandmother wanted to protect her two met. (As fifth in line to the throne, Harry grandsons, and my father as well,” William needs the monarch’s permission to marry.) told the BBC in August, noting that he was Crucially, the ascent of the younger royals also thankful to her for “the privacy to mourn, to
“As a team, they are faultless”
Marital tensions are a focus of the Netflix drama’s new season, which starts streaming on Dec. 8 and takes place during the 1960s, an era marked by doubts of the monarchy’s place in the modern age. On a personal level, “Trying to tame him—it’s no use,” Elizabeth (Claire Foy) is told of Philip (Matt Smith). “You married a wild spirit.”
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allows Elizabeth and Philip to hand off their public duties. For the first time in 18 years, the Queen will not lay the wreath for Britain’s fallen soldiers on Nov. 11 for Remembrance Day, instead joining Philip in the balcony while her heir Prince Charles assumes the role. “It is a sign of their partnership,” says Lacey. “She could have vowed to keep on doing it, and he is probably fit enough to do it, too, but the two of them are working together to allow Charles forward.” Having outlived most of their friends, the couple are keenly aware of the advancing years. “They have had a lot of time to think about this,” the former staffer says of their inevitable parting. “They will be stiff upper lip in public and keep their own emotions behind it. They are both deeply religious people and it won’t take them by surprise.” For now, however, they are by each other’s side, spending most of their days at Windsor Castle and Sandringham estate. Says royal biographer Ingrid Seward: “They know they’ve only got to stretch out and the other will be there.” Q By Simon Perry
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His kids may not have heard Standards yet, but Seal, who will perform at Bluesfest in Byron Bay next year, says he’d rather listen to their favourite tunes when he’s with them: “I try to understand more about them through their music.”
‘The Voice Australia’ coach gets a kick out of ‘Standards’, his new album of jazz classics, and his life as a very solo artist
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wo things no longer exist in Seal’s life—texting and handshaking. The fourtime Grammy winner, whose unbeaten streak as a coach on The Voice Australia was upended this year when his finalist, Of rumours like the one Seal joined ex Klum in Se then 15-year-old Lucy Sugerman, placed that he and The Voice os Angeles on May 1 Lo co-star Delta Goodrem t tape an episode of to third, reckons the world can do with some Although Seal says he is a (in 2012) were dating, merica’s Got Talent, Am happy bachelor, he also loves old-fashioned reaching out. “We’ve stopped “I just don’t pay which aired in August. wh being a parent along with his ex attention to it,” he says. communicating,” the English singerHeidi Klum, even appearing as a songwriter laments to WHO while on the guest judge on her show, America’s Got Talent. “My kids Seal and Erica Packer phone from Los Angeles. “If I care about asked me to be there,” he (with their kids in Los you, I either am going to call you or, better says. “You try to live Angeles on April 30, and let live.” 2016) dated off and on still, FaceTime you,” he says. “And if you for nearly two years. come into contact with me, whether you like it or not, we’re going to hug it out. We will embrace because I want to initiate dialogue, not pleasantries.” On a campaign to keep things real, retrocool and beyond merely pleasant, Seal, 54, headed to LA’s Capitol Records, where artists such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Nat “King” Cole recorded, and United Studios, founded by Sinatra and Bing Crosby, to produce Standards, his swing-influenced 10th studio album (out on Nov. 10). Working in those hallowed halls with musicians such as pianist Randy Waldman, who toured with Sinatra, was an “exciting opportunity,” he says. “They had worked with the greats, and having them show their appreciation and enthusiasm for what you were doing was enough. At least it’s not a case of, ‘I can’t wait to get out of hearing this guy—he’s bastardising this sacred music!’” Known for his acid-house vocals on hits can,” Seal says of their cosy arrangement. and hang out with the children he co-parents such as “Killer” and “Crazy”, Seal had to “Do I see myself and my relationship with my with ex Heidi Klum—Leni, 13, Henry, 12, tackle the classics differently. “All these jazz ex-wife as some kind of example to others? Johan, who turns 11 on Nov. 22, and Lou, 8. standards, like “The Nearness of You”, you Not really. Everyone is different. I guess if I “They are the four greatest things that I’ve can not only hear but was an example, I’d still be married!” achieved,” says Seal, who understand every word Figuring out how to manage his career spent one-on-one time on because they enunciated in a and parenting is part of Seal’s search for Oct. 9 in LA with Lou on her very different way,” he balance—“a very big thing for me now,” he birthday. “I took her for lunch explains. “It’s something says. And though he says he is not opposed and we went shopping,” he that’s definitely found its way to a relationship, he’s not looking for one. says. “Just holding her hand as —Seal we’re walking down the street, into my writing.” “I’m enjoying being single,” Seal says. “I am That striving for clarity also applies to his enjoying being focused and feeling fortunate it’s just amazing.” personal life: Seal is content to post results being able to do the thing I love to do.” Often seen out on friendly terms with ■ By Cynthia Wang from his fitness app to Instagram, write songs Klum, 44, and their kids, “You do the best you
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“If I was an example, I’d still be married”
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The star looked relaxed in the face of a US tabloid report (denounced by Gossip Cop) that she was set to wed again.
Vivienne and Knox (and their siblings) were reportedly in for a big Halloween bash, courtesy of their mum.
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The twins and their mum made the most of a sunny LA afternoon.
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SWEET SUNDAY LOS ANGELES, OCT. 29 Angelina Jolie and the youngest of her six children—twins Knox and Vivienne, 9, and Shiloh, 11 —all screamed for ice-cream as they stocked up on spooky gear for Halloween. The star reportedly spent $US1,000 on a Halloween haul in the preceding weeks.
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Model Hailey Baldwin was seen inside the party holding hands with singer Shawn Mendes.
Kendall Jenner dressed as a sexy incarnation of Buttercup from The Powerpuff Girls.
Ariel Winter and her boyfriend Levi Meaden joined the celebrations.
LOS ANGELES, OCT. 31
Kendall Jenner and friends hosted a Halloween party (and early birthday bashâ€” she turned 21 on Nov. 3) at hip 1920s-styled restaurant and lounge Delilah. Guests included her sister Kim Kardashian West and actors Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Jaden Smith.
Cool customer: Shiloh kept it casual.
Co-hosts Baldwin, Jenner and Justine Skye made a Powerpuff trio.
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A jovial Johnny Depp told reporters that co-star Judi Dench was his “one true love.”
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Penélope Cruz plays missionary Pilar Estravados, who Branagh says “is no stranger to the rougher parts of the world.”
EXPRESSING THEMSELVES LONDON, NOV. 2 The star-studded cast of Kenneth Branagh’s highly anticipated film of Agatha Christie’s 1934 Murder on the Orient Express took over Royal Albert Hall for the premiere of the Hercule Poirot whodunnit. Branagh, who directs and stars as Poirot, said putting together the A-list line-up was “a delicate web of availability.” Model Kelly Brook twirled for the cameras.
Pirates of the Caribbean co-stars Cruz and Depp reunited.
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Michelle Pfeiffer (left) and Dame Judi Dench found the funny side of Murder.
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Daisy Ridley wore Vivienne Westwood.
Carey added her signature style to the print box.
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The star’s boyfriend, Bryan Tanaka, took photos from his frontrow seat.
“It’s something that feels humbling, and I feel honoured by it,” she told Variety of the ceremony.
Sherri Papini (with husband Keith) told police that, on Day 22 of her captivity, she heard her captors arguing and the sound of a gunshot in a nearby room. The younger suspect then took Sherri away by car, leaving her near the Interstate 5.
SHERRI PAPINI ABDUCTION MYSTERY
Police release new evidence in the puzzling case of a young mother who
SUSPECTS AT LARGE
Sherri told detectives she never got a clear look at her captors’ faces because the two Hispanic female suspects (in police sketches) “made efforts to conceal their identities with face coverings. ”And, says the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, “Sherri would keep her head down when in their presence to avoid being battered by them.”
along with the most complete recitation to date hen California Highway of the evidence investigators have compiled over Patrol officers found 12 months, including the audio of Keith’s 911 call Sherri Papini near an and the fact that both female and male DNA on-ramp of Interstate 5 evidence was recovered from Sherri’s clothing last Thanksgiving and body. And yet, despite a year of what Sgt. morning, the physical Brian Jackson, of the Shasta County Sheriff’s distress of the Redding Office, calls “weekly contact with the Papinis” mother of two was vivid and “off-and-on-type interviews” with Sherri, and unmistakable. Dressed in sweats, Sherri, authorities admit they have little new to go on. then 34, was 240km south of where she had Because of her poor recollection, Sherri has gone missing 22 days earlier, and was bound produced information only “in pieces,” the at the waist by a chain to which her left wrist sheriff’s office says. was tethered with a cable tie. Hose clamps were Her spotty memory—combined with fixed to her ankles in what the Shasta County inconsistencies in her account—have only Sheriff’s Office later described as “pain deepened suspicions and compliance restraints.” raised questions on true-crime What medical personnel websites where armchair found when Sherri was taken to detectives debate the specifics Woodland Memorial Hospital of the case. “If it was truly an seemed to testify to her ordeal. abduction, I am concerned for Her right shoulder bore the the people of Shasta County,” burn marks of a crude brand and her body was battered all —Former Redding Mayor says Trudy Nickens, founder of over. “She had bruises in various Missy Mcarthur the Nor-Cal Alliance for the Missing, which organised last stages of healing,” the sheriff’s year’s massive civilian search for Sherri. “Why department said in an internal October would it take a year to release a composite of the statement obtained by WHO, “indicating she presumed kidnappers? I don’t understand it.” had been physically assaulted multiple times For their part, the Papinis have kept quiet over a period of time.” and out of the public eye. In a statement, Keith It’s been a year since Sherri’s husband, Keith, thanked “all of the many people who have dialed 911 on the afternoon of Nov. 2, 2016, to publicly and privately supported us over the report her missing. Authorities say they combed last year, your well-wishes have helped through more than 600 tips, and are finally beyond measure,” and said he hopes the new releasing details of the case that has mystified information released by police will lead to the both law enforcement detectives and armchair swift capture of Sherri’s kidnappers. Beyond crime-watchers who were transfixed by last that, he begged for privacy for them and their year’s headlines about the young mother who children—son Tyler, 5, and daughter Violet, vanished while out for a morning jog. Police 3—“as Sherri continues to heal and we sketches of the two female abductors Sherri work towards putting our lives back described to police were made public on Oct. 25,
“That she’s had difficulty being around strangers says it all.”
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vanished for 22 days
FAMILY REUNITED “My Sherri suffered tremendously,” Keith (with Sherri and, from left, Tyler and Violet) said last year, describing his reaction to the sight of her injuries as “overwhelming nausea as my eyes and hands scanned her body.”
together.” On these facts, Sgt. Jackson and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office are definitive: Sherri resurfaced after 22 days badly battered, with her long hair chopped short. She said she had not been sexually assaulted in captivity and her medical exam confirmed as much. Yet-unidentified male DNA was found on Sherri’s clothing, which was given to her by her captors. Unknown female DNA was collected from a swab of Sherri’s body. Prior to her disappearance, Sherri had been texting with a “male acquaintance” in the Detroit area about meeting while he was due to be in California on business days before she went missing. “We went to Michigan and ruled out him as having any part in her disappearance,” Jackson says. As for whether Sherri and the man did meet, Jackson says they did not. But he won’t address speculation that the two may have had a romantic relationship. “We aren’t ready to release that,” he says, adding of the mystery man,“It was a prior contact
that she had years before. Somebody she guys are professionals. Putting her in the car, met and kept in contact with.” As far as letting her go on the side of a highway—none Keith’s involvement goes, police say he of it adds up,” says Giacalone. For Bill Garcia, submitted to a polygraph test that found the San Diego private investigator who “no deception” and has volunteered for worked pro bono for the Papini family in the additional lie-detector tests. “Detectives search last year, one discrepancy that has utilised all resources since emerged nags at him. to determine if Sherri On his 911 call, Keith said he Papini’s disappearance was had found Sherri’s phone on voluntary or involuntary,” the ground along her jogging the sheriff’s office said. route—with torn pieces of “The investigation is her hair tangled in the still continuing.” headphones as if she had The puzzles that remain? been grabbed. “If she was For starters, a motive. There forcibly taken,” asks —Missy McArthur Garcia,“why were her was never a demand for ransom and Jackson says initial speculation earbuds rolled up in a little coil and placed about a sex-trafficking abduction has been on top of her phone?” dismissed by Shasta County police. Joe Detectives also still struggle to identify Giacalone, a retired New York Police what they call the “obscure letters” branded Department sergeant and professor at John on the back of Sherri’s right shoulder. And Jay College of Criminal Justice, agrees. “I they have no explanation for why Sherri told wouldn’t buy the sex-trafficking thing. Those an FBI forensic interviewer that, at one
“She was really afraid of people and strangers ... I just believe them both”
THE SHERRI PAPINI ABDUCTION MYSTERY: A TIMELINE NOV 2, 2016
Sometime between 11 AM and 2 PM Sherri Papini, who was reportedly training for a 5K charity run, takes her mobile phone and earbuds and heads out on a jog in her Redding, California, neighbourhood.
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5.51 PM Keith Papini, Sherri’s husband, arrives home. The house is empty, Sherri has not responded to texts and she has not picked their young children up from day care. Using his Find My iPhone app, he tracks Sherri’s phone to a location about 1.5km from their home, where he finds the phone and her earbuds on the side of the road.
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7.51 PM Keith calls 911 to report Sherri is missing. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office launches an extensive investigation, looking into the Papinis’ personal life and canvassing the area for witnesses or video surveillance.
Keith (making a TV appeal during last year’s search) was investigated and given a polygraph, the sheriff’s office says, with no evidence against him found.
point, she fought back against her younger captor—slamming the woman’s head into the toilet in an altercation that left Sherri with a cut on her foot—and yet hospital photos from the day of Sherri’s recovery show no evidence of a cut, although it could have healed.“That could be construed as inconsistent,” says Jackson. “If there is no clarification [from Sherri], we take it for what it is worth and go on with the investigation ... There is no information that would indicate it’s not true,” he says. Those closest to the case are as certain that Sherri was brutally victimised as they are of her great fortune to have somehow survived. Missy McArthur, who was mayor of Redding at the time Sherri disappeared, met with her and Keith shortly after Sherri’s homecoming—just the three of them, at McArthur’s home. “She was really afraid of people and strangers,” McArthur says. “She wanted to be right next to Keith. I think their relationship is real and hopefully it can withstand this kind of trauma. They are a team and were at that time. I just believe them both.”
Keith takes a polygraph test and passes. Police say “no deception is indicated about [his involvement] with Sherri’s disappearance.”
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Around 4 AM, motorist Alison Sutton spots Sherri near Interstate 5 in Yolo County and calls 911. Sherri is wearing restraints, is covered in bruises and is branded on her right shoulder.
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Police release sketches of Sherri’s two alleged Hispanic female captors and reveal that unknown DNA was found on Sherri and her clothes. The FBI offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to the identification of the suspects.
Mayor of Redding, Missy McArthur, who had the Papinis to her home after Sherri was recovered, described her as suffering from PTSD: “Her pysche was really damaged from the horrific experience she went through.”
WHY WOULD SHERRI HAVE BEEN TAKEN AND THEN RELEASED? Shasta County Sheriff’s Sgt. Brian Jackson says police haven’t found a motive for her abduction. “It is hard to keep someone in captivity for 22 days,” he says. “Why would someone go to that length?” Adds San Diego private investigator Bill Garcia, “I don’t know of anyone who would go through that amount of effort to gain so little.” WHY WAS THERE NO RANSOM REQUEST? “I think that is what is really perplexing the police,” says Joe Giacalone, a retired New York police sergeant and professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, who is not connected to the case. “There is no rhyme or reason for [the kidnappers] never making a request for money.” WHY DID IT TAKE NEARLY A YEAR TO PRODUCE SUSPECT SKETCHES? Though police worked closely with Sherri since she was located last Nov. 24, they say it took time for her to come to a place in her recovery to work with a sketch artist. WILL A DNA HIT SOLVE THIS CASE? “ ”I am holding out for that,” says Sgt. Jackson. “Nothing has come back yet, but when it does, that will be a good day.”
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And then there’s the most fundamental fact: “She was beat to a pulp,” says McArthur. “You don’t do that kind of thing to yourself. I absolutely believe she was kidnapped.” Even Garcia says the open questions haven’t changed his bottom line. “I think it was real, just based on what I saw. There didn’t seem to be tension between Sherri and her husband.” Friends of the Papinis also say that no-one other than Sherri and Keith truly understand the horror of what she has faced. “Society crucified her and made her out to be a horrible person when she is a victim in the entire thing,” says Lisa Jeter, a friend of the couple. “I just would like people to leave her alone and let them heal. ” But for Nickens, her community’s sense of safety hangs in the margin. “If we had a young woman jogging on a road in Shasta County abducted in broad daylight, how can this not be a public safety issue? I have five daughters under the age of 22,” Nickens says. “If it did not really happen the way it was presented, the citizens of Shasta County should know.” ■ By Sandra Sobieraj Westfall and Christine Pelisek. Reported by Diane Herbst
“I want to go on a safari for the honeymoon so bad,” Upton told WHO in February. Verlander, however, was not so keen, she added. “Every year for a gift he’ll get me, like, a stuffed animal tiger, or, like, flowers from Africa— not the same.”
hree days after she cheered on her fiancé’s baseball team to victory at the World Series, Kate Upton capped off a winning week with a dream wedding in Tuscany. Looking bella in a long-sleeved lace gown, reportedly by Valentino, the model and actress exchanged vows with Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander on Nov. 4, reportedly at the Rosewood Castiglion Del Bosco resort. As a source told E! News in the lead-up to the nuptials, “Justin just wants her to be happy and have everything she desires for this special day.” Mission accomplished, as evidenced by photos of the big day. Guests ascended a stairway lit by hurricane candles to the ceremony in a medieval church overlooking the Montalcino valley. Upton, 25, was flanked by six attendants all wearing variations of dusty-pink dresses, while Verlander, 34, looked dapper in a tux alongside his suited groomsmen. Flowers matched the bridesmaids’ frocks, with blooms in shades of dusty pink, white and mauve. “I want a lot of flowers,” Upton told Martha Stewart Weddings in May. “And I know I want the
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“I feel so lucky that I got to marry my best friend,” said Upton (with Verlander in Tuscany on Nov. 4). “Thank you to our family and friends for making this weekend so fun and magical!”
“We definitely want kids, but hopefully not any time soon,” Upton told WHO. “But of course, you know, oopsies happen.”
IT’S BEEN A BUSY WEEK
“We’re just normal people ... [we have] a normal relationship, believe it or not,” Verlander has said.
The bride-to-be (centre, in a “bride” cap) celebrated with her “squad” at New York’s Plaza Hotel.
“Cheers to getting pampered,” wrote Upton (at the Plaza Hotel with friends in a pic she posted on Oct. 24). Guests could enjoy a game of foosball with their celebratory drinks on the terrace.
petals already down by the time my niece, who will be my flower girl, walks down the aisle. Justin has terrible allergies. He’ll have to take an allergy pill.” Sneezing aside, the road to the altar has been smooth for the couple, who first stepped out publicly at a Super Bowl party in New York in February 2014. The three-time Sports Illustrated covergirl announced her engagement to Verlander at last year’s Met Gala. “We’ve been keeping it on the down low, so I’m excited to finally be able to share it with the world,” said Upton on the red carpet,
flashing a huge sparkler Verlander designed with jeweller Anita Ko. As Ko told WHO: “Justin and I collaborated on creating the most perfect one-of-a-kind ring that is rare and of exceptional quality, just like their love.” In the lead-up to making their love official, Upton —Upton shared on social media that her wedding day would focus on “fun, party, tequila and food.” Verlander is “my perfect partner,” Upton told WHO in May. “Our relationship is my favourite thing about my life right now.” ■ By Karina Machado
“Our relationship is my favourite thing”
“What a series!!! What a month!!” wrote Upton (congratulating Verlander on Nov. 1) on Instagram.
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20 years on
Tina Hutchence their often difficult
ina Hutchence always knew her brother was destined for something great, but not on stage. Born in Sydney in 1960 to parents Kell, a businessman, and Patricia, a former model turned film-andTV makeup artist, Michael Hutchence was 12 years younger than Tina, and from an early age forged a strong bond with his half-sister (Patricia had Tina in her first marriage, and after Patricia re-married, Tina took on Kell’s surname). “Michael began writing poetry in his early teens,” Tina, 70, tells WHO. “He was an avid reader and of course he loved music, as teenagers do. But he was shy so the idea of him performing didn’t enter my mind.” That introverted, well-read poet became one of the world’s most iconic rock stars as the frontman for INXS, whose shocking death at Sydney’s Ritz Carlton hotel on Nov. 22, 1997, blindsided his fans and loved ones. Before fame, Michael was a “very happy” child who was often put in the care of his elder sister as the family moved around for Kell’s work. After first relocating the family to Brisbane, Kell took a job in Hong Kong, where Michael, who also had a younger brother, Rhett, spent his formative years, before returning to Sydney when Michael was 12. After Kell and Patricia divorced in 1975, ending a long-troubled marriage, Michael and Tina relied on their bond to survive the fallout. For a time they moved with their mother to Los Angeles, where she worked on film and TV sets. “Michael had a kindness about him,” says Tina, a retired makeup artist who is mother of Brent, 45, and Erin, 39, and a grandmum to five. “He
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ill miss HUGS’ shares her memories of her ‘cheeky’ brother, childhood—and their last, sad goodbye was a very loving brother, always ready with a hug.” Marking the 20th anniversary of his death, Tina, who lives in California’s Santa Cruz mountains, shares with WHO’s Michael Crooks her memories of her beloved brother.
instinctively aware of his power to charm his way into your heart and I found myself always covering for him—“No, we didn’t stop for icecream on the way home”; “No, he wasn’t kicking the ball around the living room—I broke the vase”; “Yes, he finished Michael was born soon after I his homework, I checked it”… turned 12 and our parents were I played the role of a parent for leading very busy lives socially his first five years until we landed and career-wise, so much of the caregiving fell to me. Arriving —Tina Hutchence in Hong Kong. And later when he was a teenager we lived home from school I’d take over together in Los Angeles and I took over from the babysitter and on the days that our parental duties once more, with our mother mother had to leave for early location work, away on location. We were more than siblings. I’d take morning duty, too. Arriving in LA he was a Michael was a very happy, easygoing sophomore [second-year high school child with a cheeky sense of humour. He was
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“Michael was a happy, easygoing child”
INXS as seen on the cover of their 1984 hit album The Swing.
“We were close,” says Tina Hutchence of little brother Michael.
Tina (with Michael in the earl y 1960s) often cared for her younge r brother when their parents were at work.
Hutchence (performing in the US in 1986) “was one of the most charismatic rock stars in history,” INXS manager Chris Murphy told WHO.
Paula Yates, Hutchence and Tiger in Sydney in 1996. Tina recently reached out to her niece in an open letter, pleading for her to reconnect with her family.
teens. He didn’t actually come out and say he wanted to be an actor, but it was very obvious that he enjoyed visiting movie sets where our mother was working—both in Hong Kong as a little boy and in California when he was a teenager. He was quiet and observant. After returning to Sydney, Michael INXS in 1996. From left, reached out to his high-school mate Tim Farriss, Kirk Pengilly, Andrew Farriss, a talented musician and Hutchence, Andrew Farriss, songwriter who was looking to form a Garry Beers and Jon Farriss. band. Andrew had two brothers: Tim, a guitarist; and Jon, a drummer. I was quite surprised when at age 17 student] and his grades left a lot to be desired. he told me he was joining Andrew’s band. He excelled in English and social sciences but I asked him what he was doing in the band when it came to maths, science and biology, he as he didn’t play an instrument. I was quite was underwater. I would sign his report cards surprised when he said he was singing—I and Mother never knew, of course. didn’t remember him singing around the Our parents’ relationship was difficult as far house very much. He sent me some cassettes back as I can remember. An on-again, off-again of the band performing covers and then arrangement, and I believe that had to do with after watching him perform live in one of Kell’s frequent trips overseas. Consequently, Michael and I learned to cope by relying on each their early gigs in Sydney I understood and I could see his vision. He was a natural. other. We changed cities often and look inwards The Farriss Brothers—a band made up of to their immediate family. We were close. the three Farriss siblings, singer and lyricist Michael began writing poetry in his early
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The INXS frontman had relationships with actress and singer Kylie Minogue (above) for two years from 1989, and then model Helena Christensen (below) for four years. “He was cultured and hilarious and tender,” Minogue told the BBC in 2015.
battle in the UK, preventing Yates Michael, guitarist-saxophonist Kirk Pengilly from bringing the children, including and bassist Garry Gary Beers—first caught Tiger Lily, to Australia. the attention of Midnight Oil manager Gary Michael spent most of the Morris, who found them a manager in Chris summer of 1997 in Los Angeles so we saw a Murphy. They became INXS, released their great deal of each other during that time. first single (“Simple Simon”) in 1980, and He then returned after the US east coast leg would become one of the world’s biggest acts, of the tour for [their 1997 album] Elegantly peaking with the 1987 album Kick, which had Wasted where he was attending meetings four Top 10 singles in the US. with film producers. Our last As an uncle to my children conversation was the night he Michael took special care to spoil was leaving for Sydney to rejoin them with limos and special the tour. He told me he did not treatment at INXS concerts. One want to go, but felt a time when he called from tour, my responsibility towards the band. daughter told him her friend was Michael died on Nov. 22. The celebrating her 14th birthday, so he NSW Coroner Derek Hand ruled asked to put her on the phone and —Tina Hutchence his death a suicide due to a “severe he sang “Happy Birthday” to her. depressed state” caused by factors including the That young lady is now a mother of two and “pressure of the ongoing dispute” with Bob she still reminds me of that phone call. Geldof, who had not given Yates his permission In 1996, Michael had a daughter, Heavenly to bring two of their children to Australia, Hiraani Tiger Lily, with his partner, English combined with the effects of medication and TV presenter Paula Yates. Yates also had three alcohol. (See next pages.) daughters with her ex Bob Geldof, and just I learned of Michael’s death in a phone call before Michael’s death in Sydney, Yates and from our younger brother, Rhett, at the same Geldof were locked in an ongoing custody
“I could see his vision. He was a natural”
Tina is lobbying the NSW government to honour Michael (performing in 1996) with a monument in Sydney. Search “A Statue for Michael Hutchence” on change.org.
time as it was being reported over CNN. I firmly believe Michael’s death was a splitsecond decision made out of anger and frustration. I do believe the coroner Derek Hand’s findings, though it is a lot more complex than this. Last year, Michael and Andrew Farriss were inducted into the Australian Songwriters Association Hall of Fame. I was thrilled and proud when asked to travel to Australia and accept the statuette. I think Michael’s lyrics, his voice, his particular unique phrasing and showmanship will continue to inspire many generations to come. He is Australia’s rock star known internationally. What I miss most about him is his wonderful sense of humour. He had the most animated way of telling a funny story. Looking back, I realise he didn’t use profanity to emphasise a point, he used clever vocabulary. And I miss his hugs— warm and affectionate and long. ■ Who l 47
Outside Sydney’s Ritz-Carlton hotel on Nov. 22, 1997, a y coroner’s van holds the bod of Michael Hutchence.
The funeral for Hutchence was held at Sydney’s St Andrews Cathedral on Nov. 27, 1997. His ashes were later scattered on Sydney Harbour.
From left, Andrew Farriss, Garry Beers and Hutchence’s brother, Rhett, were among the pallbearers.
HIS FIN A new book lays bare the life of
Yates (holding Tiger at the funeral) told police that Hutchence “couldn’t stand a minute more without his baby.”
n the months before Michael Hutchence died, INXS had released their 10th studio album, Elegantly Wasted, and embarked on a tour of the US and Europe. Towards the end of 1997 they returned to Australia and began rehearsals at ABC Studios on Sydney’s North Shore for the Australian (and final) leg of the tour. Hutchence was hoping his partner, Paula Yates, would join him on the tour with their 16-month-old daughter, Tiger, and two of Yates’s three daughters with Bob Geldof. Yates and Geldof, however, were locked in a custody battle and a hearing on the matter was due to take place in the UK on Nov. 21. In the early morning of Nov. 22, Hutchence was expecting a call from Yates with news that she would be granted permission to bring the children to Australia. In this edited extract from the new Michael Hutchence biography Shine Like It Does, music
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Tiger with her adoptive father, Bob Geldof, in London in 2008. Geldof adopted the girl in 2007.
TIGER: HER LIFE NOW
After Paula Yates’s fatal heroin overdose in 2000 at age 41, Bob Geldof became Tiger Hutchence’s legal guardian in order for her to grow up with her three half-sisters: Fifi, Peaches (who died from a heroin overdose in 2014, aged 25) and Pixie. Now 21, Tiger (right, in London in April) has modelled for London label House of Khadi and is believed to have studied drama.
NAL HOURS the singer—and his last moments with family and friends
across Sydney in the early summer, a softened light full of warm colours, and the air is just threatening to get uncomfortable. With the beer and the atmosphere and the dappled light from the steel girders of the Friday, Nov. 21, 1997 was much like any other bridge as they flew across it, there was the day. The beginning of summer in Australia, it was usual small talk that friends have. bright and warm. Michael woke up alone and Michael was also thinking about the future: dressed: black jeans, a collared Fred Perry shirt in thinking about his father, whom he very rarely grey and black stripes. Tight. Rehearsal was good, saw, thinking about Tiger and thinking about the businesslike. Everybody could feel that the end law. Tonight he would get the news and all things of the tour was coming, and that there would be considered, it could be good news. The family— a big break. Everyone was weary; weary of the all four of them, and his mum and his dad and bullshit from the media that assaulted them Rhett and his kids, maybe they every morning over breakfast, would have an Australian Christmas. weary of the tour and this struggle He had been a lucky man. with starting over, confused at why Hollywood came to mind. He’d their magic touch had lost its magic, had fifty meetings with producers worn out by the singer’s mood and directors and his manager, swings. But through it all there was Martha Troup, had said that the music. When Timmy tightened [Quentin] Tarantino had him in mind his shoulders and bent his head into attack position and Kirk, holding the —Gary Grant for something. These last years had been a nightmare, but it was like horn, tipped his head slightly back the song says: “It’s the swing like a pendulum”; before going up to the mike to wail. When the or the other one: “Sometimes you kick, music started, hang on. It was like alchemy. sometimes you get kicked.” He hoped he’d be Late in the afternoon, [former INXS kicking the darkness in the near future . . . co-manager] Gary Grant stopped by. There was “The last time I spoke to Michael was in my car a good feeling in the room. He offered to give driving from rehearsals at the ABC to the Indian Michael a lift back to town and the singer easily restaurant on New South Head Road, where he agreed. He grabbed some beers on the way out. was dining with his dad, Kell, and Kell’s girlfriend, As Gary drove across the expressway and onto Susie,” Gary wrote to me in an email. “He had a the Harbour Bridge, it was like old times. They can of beer in his hand and was in great spirits, had shared so many adventures, carefree trips and we had a good laugh as one always did with down the coast; just thinking of it, you could Michael! He got out of the car and said, ‘Thank almost smell the surf and those legendary fish you, Gary, hey, how about we hit some clubs and chips. There’s a kind of haze that comes journalist and Rolling Stone Australia founding editor Toby Creswell details the final tragic hours of a celebrated life.
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“He had a can of beer and was in great spirits”
tomorrow night?’ I said, ‘Great idea, Mikey . . . I’ll call you, mate.’” And with that, Michael Hutchence jumped out of the car and, with a spring in his step, went into the Flavour of India for a curry. After dinner, Kell dropped Hutchence at the RitzCarlton. At the bar, he met his former girlfriend, actress Kym Wilson, and her partner, Andrew Rayment. All three later went up to his suite and Hutchence asked the pair to stay with him for support as he waited to hear the outcome of the hearing. After they left around 5 AM, Yates called at 5.30 AM to say the custody matter had not been finalised. Hutchence then called Geldof, who described the singer as “hectoring, abusive and threatening.” At 9.38 AM he called Troup and left a message saying, “I’ve f--king had enough.” His final call was to former girlfriend Michelle Bennett. Hearing how “upset” he sounded, she went to the hotel, but when she knocked there was no answer. Around 11.50 AM, hotel staff found Hutchence dead, naked and hanging from his own belt from the door of his suite. Lifeline: 13 11 14 This is an edited extract from Shine Like It Does by Toby Creswell, published by Echo, rrp $32.99.
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“Water is the one commodity we all need to survive,” says Brockovich (at home near Los Angeles). “There’s nothing more valuable .”
The celebrated environmental activist is back on the front lines, fighting for clean water across the US
ON A MISSION
“We are at a fork in the road. This is our national OMG moment,” says Brockovich (left, at a January 2016 meeting in Bennington, Vermont, and, right, leading protesters in Washington, D.C., in 2014).
“It boggles the mind that this is happening”
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rin Brockovich is sipping coffee in the living room of her Los Angeles–area home when her rhinestoneencased mobile phone jingles to life. She has no idea who could be calling, but she’s got a pretty good hunch why. “Lately,” she says staring down at her phone, “they almost always start out by saying, ‘I don’t mean to bother you, but can I send you a picture of what just came out of my faucet? I know it’s not safe to drink, but can you tell me what’s going on?’” It has been 17 years since the film about Brockovich, played by Julia Roberts, turned the scrappy, no-nonsense legal assistant into a celebrated environmental activist and folk hero. But since news of a water crisis in Flint, Michigan, broke in 2014, she has found herself back in the spotlight, flooded with emails, messages and phone calls from people around the US—and Australia. (After Flint changed its drinking-water source to the Flint River, an estimated 6,000–12,000 children were exposed to high levels of lead and other contaminants.) “Nine times out of 10,” she says, “it’s a mom who is fearful”—concerned that their tap water has been contaminated and asking for her help. Says Brockovich: “Polluted water has become a national crisis.” Brockovich first garnered national attention in the mid-1990s after the single mother of three almost single-handedly built a case against the multibillion-dollar power company responsible for polluting the groundwater in
the town’s drinking water in November 2015. H Hinkley, California, with hexavalent chromium. “There’s so much anger and fear,” says resident T case resulted in the company being ordered The Michele Baker. “But Erin has been our to pay $US333 million to affected families, the champion and provided us with hope and an la largest lawsuit judgment in US history. More avenue for the truth.” recently, she has begun working with Brockovich has also reached out to communities whose lives have been turned residents of the Northern Territory town of upside down after lead and other toxic Katherine, which is facing its own water crisis. chemicals were discovered in water supplies. Recent testing has found the toxic chemical “We have a handful of towns and cities PFAS in the town’s drinking water supply. The across the nation where people are being told chemical is found in fire-fighting foam, which by the authorities not to drink, bathe or cook was used at a nearby RAAF air base in the late with their water,” says Brockovich, 57, who 1990s and early 2000s. “This is not a difficult now crisscrosses the country, connecting fix,” Brockovich posted on her Facebook page “scared, outraged” residents with scientists on Oct. 12, in response to the crisis. “We have and lawyers. “It boggles the mind that this removed it successfully from scores of could be happening in our country. ” community water systems here in the States. Brockovich, who consults with law firm They just need to own up to it and fix it!” Weitz & Luxenberg, tries to make sure Indeed, Brockovich just wants to see residents in affected areas know the problems resolved. “Water is supposed to what their options are. sustain us and make us healthy,” she says. “Communities tend to trust me “Not make us sick.” when I come in,” she explains. “They know I’m not ■ By Johnny Dodd going to bullshit them. I can’t tell Julia Roberts them what to do, but I can as Brockovich in the 2000 provide information.” biopic. Which is exactly what she did when residents in Flint reached out. “Information is the most important tool we have,” says Melissa Mays, who now suffers constant seizures due to the town’s water. “She was the first to help us.” And last year Brockovich travelled to Hoosick Falls, New York state, where the industrial chemical PFOA, linked with health issues including kidney and testicular cancers, had been discovered in
Valance watches as Ross and Tania renew their vows.
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The extended family celebrated once the couple renewed their 19-year-old vows.
Olympia Valance with mum, Tania Gogos-Wilson, and stepdad, Ross Wilson, in Mykonos on Sept. 24.
The ‘Neighbours’ star shares a special day two decades in the making
Mondo Rock reunion, coinciding with the n the romantic Greek island of re-release of the band’s catalogue). “They are Mykonos, under a cloudless blue obviously still madly in love with each other,” sky at a tiny whitewashed church, says Olympia, who was recently linked to One Australian music icon Ross Wilson Direction’s Niall Horan. “It’s nice to see people cele celebrated his 70th birthday by who are as strong as ever after being together renewing marriaage vows with Tania Gogosfor so long. I was just bawling, we all were.” Wilson, his paartner of 20 years. “It was The actress celebrated her mother’s Greek the big, fatt Greek wedding that wasn’t,” heritage in a goddess-style dress by Melbourne laughs Wilson’s stepdaughter, couturier Con Ilio, who also designed her mode del and Neighbours star Olympia mother’s gown. “There’s something about V la Va lance, 24, who jetted to the Greece,” says Olympia. “Both Mum and I were A gean with 30 close family and Ae born in Australia, but when we aree ffriends to celebrate fr over there, it really feels like our with the couple w homeland.” As for half-sister on o Sept. 24. “It Holly, 34, she sent her love from turned t into quite London (see box). Although a joke, because Holly wanted to be there, “she eeveryone kept —Olympia Valance was heavily pregnant at the time,” ssaying, ‘It’s not a says Olympia, who has followed in Holly’s w wedding, it’s not a wedding,’ but Neighbours footsteps and whose “modern the here we were, all dressed up in family” includes eight half-siblings from three front of a beautiful church with a mothers and two fathers. celebr l brant, a reception and a big The party then adjourned to Niko’s Taverna wedding w dd g party.” for a meal, before settling at beachside For the h w wedding that wasn’t, Wilson Scorpios for dancing under the stars. At Niko’s —fro aand songwriter of 1970s rockers f ontman o “one of the waiters dropped a tray of glasses,” Dad ddy Cooll and 1980s band Mondo Rock— dd says Olympia. “In Greece, smashing something exch hanged new rings with manager Gogosis good luck so we were all like,‘Yes!’ ” Willson, 52, who became his bride 19 years a o. ag o (Wilson is currently working on a ■ By Jenny Brown
Wilson fronting Mondo Rock at the Countdown Spectacular in Melbourne in 2006. Olympia (left) with Jenna Rosenow in Neighbours in 2014.
“They are obviously still madly in love”
Olympia signs the register.
Valance’s biological father, Ryko, “is like my mum’s brother now, so we organised for him to get to Mykonos and surprise her,” says Olympia. “It was nice to have all three of my parents in the same country.”
HOLLY’S H OLLY’S JOY Olympia’s half-sister Holly (right, they share s the same Serbian father, Rajko Valancce) as was not at the vow renewal as she was pregnant with her and billionaire prop perty developer husband Nick Candy’s seco ond child. “She was in no state to fly,” say ys er Olympia. Holly gave birth to daughte Nova Skye Coco Candy in Septembe er, a baby sister for Luka Violet Toni, 3..
Doin’ the Eagle Rock? Ross and Tania celebrate their milestone.
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“Tim and I support each other and we have fun working out together,” says the Oral-B ambassador.
ANNA HEINRICH The blonde bombshell shares her confidence tips and wedding plans
hat makes you feel confident? I get to meet a lot of people and knowing that I’m greeting them with a great big white smile makes me feel good. What have you learnt about the power of a smile? I’ve been the ambassador for Oral-B for three years now, and it’s such an honour to be working with such an amazing company. I think a gorgeous smile is the first thing people notice about you. For me, looking good is about feeling good and being healthy—and that starts with a great smile. How do you maintain your white smile? I’m now using the new genius electric toothbrush, paired with the brilliant Oral-B 5.0 app, it will literally show you where you need to brush, what areas you’ve missed! Congratulations on your engagement. Are you busy with wedding plans? Thank you! Both Tim and I are really busy at the moment with wedding planning, on top of all our day-to-day activities—not to
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mention our jobs! A very structured to-do list and an amazing wedding planner helps. What beauty prep will you do in the lead-up to the big day? I’ll keep using the full Oral-B white regimen, but I’ve also recently started trialling laser peel treatments to help prep my skin ahead of my wedding day. Lastly, there’s the exercise (and Tim doesn’t ever let me slack off!). I tend to always stay active rather than having a strict routine, and I won’t be switching things up too much. What’s your favourite treatment? My eyelash extensions; I have been getting them for years and, for me, they’re like my armour. Eyelashes, check; healthy white smile, check! How do you and Tim unwind? I love the feeling of taking off my makeup, having a shower and getting into my PJ’s to chill on the couch. Tim and I will go for a walk, head to our fave café, go to a movie, or chill out at the beach or park a couple of times a week— and love every minute of it!
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TIFF’S BLUEBERRY & AVOCADO SMOOTHIE BOWL INGREDIENTS 1 cup blueberries, reserving a few for the topping ¼ avocado ½ cup milk 30g protein powder
1 tsp honey 1 tbsp rolled oats 1 tbsp almond flakes 1 tbsp cacao nibs (optional)
METHOD Place blueberries, avocado, milk, protein powder, syrup and rolled oats in a blender and blitz until smooth. Pour into a bowl and top with reserved blueberries and sprinkle with almonds and cacao nibs. Serves 1.
elebrity trainer, children’s book author, taekwondo black belt and founder of TIFFXO.com Tiffiny Hall has a new challenge: being mum to baby Arnold, born on Sept. 11. She tells WHO how motherhood has changed her and why she won’t provide a “bounce-back” picture—“I want to show my TIFFXO members a sustainable and enjoyable return to fitness takes time and self-care.”
“I don’t want to show a bounce-back photo. I want to be true to what I believe in—staying ‘happyfit’,” says Hall.
Congratulations to you and husband Ed Kavalee on the birth of Arnold. How has being a new mum changed your relationship with your body? I’m super proud of my body. It has achieved the most amazing thing it will ever do— pregnancy and delivering my son. Sure, it’s changed, but I’m embracing that change. Without wider hips, stretch marks and my “mum tum” I wouldn’t have Arnold. I’ll get back to fitness when I’m good and ready, and most importantly recovered. H do you plan to start getting How back into training? Gently and b slowly. I’ve started with gentle walking w with Arnold—showing him h the birds and beautiful sky. I’m I also doing a pelvic-floor program p three times a day. When W I get the all-clear from my obstetrician, I’ll start with m llow-impact taekwondo—a lot of ccore strengthening, stretching and breathing exercises.
Do you have any exercises that you recommend for new mums? Yes. I recommend walking, it’s a great way to stretch out your muscles, increase blood flow and it’s fabulous for your mental health to leave the house. It’s a great way to slowly build up your endurance and regain strength, once you’re feeling recovered you can add in some hills and inclines. Pushing a pram—this is a workout! Also, don’t ignore your pelvic floor. It’s imperative to regaining core strength. You are also an advocate of looking after mental health. Having a baby is overwhelming—there are huge hormonal changes, the physical recovery after birth, sleep deprivation …. You gained 30kg during pregnancy. Do you have a timeline to losing that weight? No timeline, sorry! If I rush back into it I risk injury. Focusing on kilos or time is an unhealthy way to approach it. I want to enjoy my return to fitness.
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BEETROOT FRITTERS WITH GOAT’S CHEESE CREAM ■ Makes 12, Prep 30 mins, Cook 18 mins
WHAT YOU NEED 750g fresh beetroot
¼ cup vegetable oil
125g can chickpeas, drained
Frisée lettuce and toasted walnuts, to serve
5 green spring onions, thinly sliced ½ cup finely chopped fresh mint
GOAT’S CHEESE CREAM 100g soft goat’s cheese
3 free-range eggs, lightly beaten
½ cup sour cream
¾ cup self-raising flour 2 tsp ground cumin
2 tbsp water Salt and pepper, to taste
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To make goat’s cheese cream, whisk all ingredients in a small bowl until combined. Refrigerate for 30 minutes, or until cold. Wearing disposable kitchen gloves, peel beetroot. Coarsely grate. Place in a large bowl with chickpeas, onions, mint, eggs, flour and cumin. Season with salt and pepper. Stir until combined. Heat oil in a large, non-stick frying pan over a medium heat. Add 1/3 cup of mixture to pan and flatten slightly. Repeat to make four fritters. Cook for about 3 minutes on each side, or until lightly golden. Remove. Drain on absorbent kitchen paper. Repeat with remaining mixture to make 12 fritters. Drizzle fritters with goat’s cheese cream. Serve with lettuce and walnuts.
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■ Serves 6, Prep 20 mins, Cook 12 mins
WHAT YOU NEED 500g sweet potato, peeled 1 tbsp olive oil 1 clove garlic, crushed ½ tsp dried chilli flakes Salt and pepper, to taste 2 x 180g bunches watercress 2 avocados, halved, thickly sliced ¼ cup pepitas, lightly toasted Lime wedges, to serve DRESSING 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar 2 tbsp lime juice 1 tbsp honey 2 tbsp finely chopped red onion
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Cut sweet potato in half lengthways. Cut into thin slices crossways. Toss in a large bowl with combined oil, garlic and chilli. Season with salt and pepper. Heat an oiled, large chargrill plate over a medium to high heat. Add sweet potato. Cook, turning halfway, for about 12 minutes, or until golden and tender. Remove. Cool. To make dressing, place all ingredients in a small jug. Season
with salt and pepper. Whisk well. Rinse watercress under cold water. Drain well. Remove the leaves. You will need about 6 cups. Combine watercress, sweet potato and avocado on a serving plate. Spoon over dressing. Sprinkle over pepitas. Serve with lime wedges.
TUNA AND TOMATO SPAGHETTI ■ Serves 4, Prep 10 mins, Cook 10 mins
WHAT YOU NEED 375g spaghetti 2 x 185g cans tuna with chilli in oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed 400g ripe tomatoes, chopped ½ cup sliced kalamata olives, drained 1 cup torn fresh basil leaves Grated parmesan and lemon wedges, to serve Extra basil leaves, to garnish
Cook spaghetti in a large saucepan of boiling, salted water until tender. Drain. Cover to keep warm. Meanwhile, drain tuna, reserving oil. Discard chillies (optional). Flake tuna. Heat reserved oil in a large, deep, non-stick frying pan over a medium heat. Add onion and garlic. Cook, stirring occasionally, for about 2 minutes, or until onion is soft.
Add tomatoes. Cook, stirring, for 2 minutes, or until soft. Add olives. Season with salt and pepper. Stir for 1 minute. Stir in pasta and torn basil, then gently stir through tuna. Serve with grated parmesan and lemon wedges. Garnish with extra basil leaves.
SMOKED SALMON BRUNCH BOWL WITH LEMON DUKKAH ■ Serves 2, Prep 10 mins, Cook 12 mins
WHAT YOU NEED ¾ cup quinoa, rinsed, drained 150g cherry tomatoes, halved ¼ red onion, thinly sliced 150g packet hot smoked salmon, flaked 1 cup baby spinach leaves 1 Lebanese cucumber, peeled into thin ribbons 1 small beetroot, peeled, shredded 60g feta, crumbled LEMON DUKKAH DRESSING 1 tbsp lemon dukkah mix 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 tbsp light olive oil
To make dressing, combine dukkah, juice and oil in a small jar. Season with salt and pepper. Seal jar. Shake well to combine. Place quinoa and 1½ cups water in a small saucepan. Bring to boil. Boil, uncovered, for about 12 minutes, or until tender and water is absorbed. Transfer to a bowl. Cool. Combine tomatoes and onion in a small bowl. To serve, divide quinoa, salmon, spinach, cucumber, beetroot, feta and combined tomato and onion between two bowls. Drizzle over dressing.
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12 The List WHO’s HOT
BY DEBORAH GRUNFELD
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TAY TAY’S WINNERS HOW MANY CAN YOU DO?
Not so Swiftly done: this has been the longest break between albums for Taylor.
“Love Story” (2008)
“You Belong with Me” (2009)
“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” (2012)
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Reputation More than three years after releasing 1989, Swift is about to drop her sixth album, and judging by the success of vengeful “Look What You Made Me Do” and the more upbeat “...Ready For It”, she has not lost any of her selling power. Third single “Gorgeous” harks back to 1980s electro pop and the
“Shake It Off” (2014)
latest, ““Call It What You Want”, sounds like sshe’s been hanging out with Lorde. As for the rest of the album, conspiracy theorists suggest tthat the Chinese characters for “Eddie” aappearing in the “...Ready For It” video is a hhint that Ed Sheeran will add his golden touch tto Taylor’s Reputation. (Out Fri., Nov. 10)
“Bad Blood” (2015) Who l 71
RENE NEE LIM
In real-life f she’s ’ a medico, and one of the ‘Ask tthe Doctor’’ team m, but as an actress she’s been a an anaesthetist on o ‘Pulse’, a detective on ‘Deep Water’’ and Wate a d Ma ae on ‘Please Like Me’. But in ‘ h Secret Daug ‘The ghter’ (airs Tuesdays, 8.30 PM; Seven), Lim stirrs the drama’s pot as a cook.
“I was actually singing, dancing and acting when I was 5,” says Lim. “Medicine came much later.”
Tell us ab T bout your character. Vivienn ne is the head chef at the Norto N on Hotel. She’s worked her way up fr from nothing and takes her job sserio ously. But beyond the kitchen, s e’s a bit of a dag—socially she aw awkward is a nice way to put it. Wh hat is the most delightful asspect of the show? Th he team is the best part. Ev Everyone’s so lovely and fun. We always end up singing and W la laughing. And it’s fun being on tthe glamorous hotel set! Do you sing along with D Jess Mauboy? Well, we have sung—but only behind the scenes. Nothing recorded for posterity. Though I would like to claim that Jess did say one day, “You should do ome back-up for me.” She may so h have been talking on the phone, but I’ll pretend it was aimed at b me e. What do we sing? Beyoncé. Are e you getting recognised now? Io oncce had a Chinese tourist who had wattched East West 101 hold up her han h ds in surrender as a joke, which ed all sorts of public concern till cause I work ked it out and explained. And a g wanted my autograph on a bus at girll w 1 AM but had nothing other than her b bus ticket to sign. I doubt she kept thatt. But actually it’s funnier how I don’t do get recognised. The number of times someone says they love Please Ple Like Me or, more recently, Ask the Doctor, and then say, “I’m the Asian I finally fi “I think she’s ch hick,” and they’re like, really ‘the woman “Noooooo waaayyy!” “N behind the man’ What is your most W for Chris [Jared disliked household di Turner],” says ch hore and why? Lim of her Secret character. I love cleaning! I know it so ounds weird, but give me four hours and a good m ra radio station and I’ll clean th he bathroom from top to to oe in my underwear for a fun Saturday morning. fu O Only job I don’t like: ccleaning the big wheelie b bins, though I found out rrecently most people d don’t even bother. C Can you believe it?
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
STARRING: Kenneth Branagh Beautifully shot and nearly two hours long, the latest adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1934 mystery is a delightful star-studded confection (as was the 1974 Sidney Lumet version, see below). This one is helmed by Branagh, who also stars as the know-it-all, perfection-obsessed Hercule Poirot. The rest-seeking detective finds himself a last-minute addition to an eclectic collection of passengers aboard the luxurious train before a murder occurs and the train is snowbound. With nowhere to go and suspects aplenty, the scene is set for Hercule to work his deductive magic. And he does. (Out now) COMPARE THE CASTS HERCULE POIROT
“We did a lot of improvising in this movie,” said Branagh (as Poirot).
PALOMA FAITH ‘Guilty’ vs ‘Crybaby’
The “Only Love Can Hurt Like This” crooner is back with new album The Architect, featuring her signature cool style. “Guilty”, co-written by Ella Henderson and apparently drawing inspiration from Faith regretting choosing “Leave” on her Brexit form, is an Amy Winehouse–reminiscent big number, but “Crybaby” is a refreshing frappe of a summer single, and an interesting change of tune. (“Guilty” and “Crybaby” out now; The Architect out Nov. 17)
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THE DOCTOR BLAKE MYSTERIES STARRING: Craig McLachlan
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The love of a good woman: Lucien (McLachlan) and Jean (Garner).
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MOVIEE PLAYING WONDER WOMAN’S CREATOR
We said hello in the waiting room,”Evans says of Idris Elba, who also auditioned for Gaston.
L LUKE EEVANS LLuke E Evans certainly can’t
be e type y ecast. The Welsh sstag g ge acto or, 38, has been a m muskete eer, an action star a and, most m recently, D Disney y villain Gaston in B Beautty and the Beast. But ut his h new role as the ccreat eator of the Wonder Woman Wom comic in P Profe ofessor Marston and the Wonder Women mig m ght be his wildest yyett. “No-one will be believe the story,” Ev Evans says of the tale of William Moulton M Marston, who, as a professor of ps psychology, helped in invent the lied detector test, was in a polyamorous re relationship with his w and a student wife an then invented and Wo onder Woman. “I feel llike ke it’s a story that’s wo telling,” he says. worth ““Wond der Woman reflected tthe two o women in his life. He b belilieved women were the mo ore influential and powerfful sex.” (Out now) p
STARRING: Ben Stiller Brad (Stiller, hopping with agitation) is tormented by death-knell thoughts in middle age: the head of a minor nonprofit, he’ll go no further in life—and he’s gone nowhere near as far as his old friends (including Michael Sheen, Luke Wilson and Jemaine Clement), all of them now rich. Then he takes a sentimental journey: he bonds with his teenage son (Austin Abrams) on a tour of colleges, and he learns that none of the old gang is truly happy. His heart is touched, but you suspect his mind is still a cork-board target for darts of pride and envyy. (Out (Out now) now w) Melanie (The Office’s Jenna Fischer) is Brad’s reluctant sounding board.
BOOKS SHORT STORIES
UNCOMMON OM MMON SOUR TYPE HEART TOM HANKS
The Oscar-winning actor has played countless characters throughout his career—now he’s created his own in this debut collection of short stories. Hanks collects vintage typewriters (he has 100) and a typewriter features in each of the 17 tales in Uncommon Type, which the star began writing in 2015. (Out now)
Zhang’s debut collection—the first release from Lena Dunham’s publishing imprint—tells the loosely linked stories of Chinese immigrant girls in New York as they come of age and experience everything from poverty to puberty. On first reading, Dunham was “a little jealous,” she said. (Out now)
Almost 10 years on from the publication of his last collection of short stories, the master storyteller returns with a new volume of 14 yarns, some inspired by “my travels from Grantchester to Calcutta, from Christchurch to Capetown,” the author writes in the foreword. Guaranteed to captivate. (Out now)
In his first book of short stories, the Pulitzer Prize–winning author introduces characters caught in an emergency—whether personal or on a larger scale: from lovelorn arts graduate Mitchell who’s on a quest for enlightenment to failed poet Kendall who takes up embezzling. You’ll be hooked.. (Out now)
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Stiller as Brad has a midlife crisis in a smartly written comedy.
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GONE Mr Big (aka Law & Order’s Chris Noth) is back fighting crime, this time as the head of a missingpersons unit that’s kinda like Criminal Minds’s BAU. (Starts Mon., Nov. 13, 8.30 PM; Universal)
HOME AND AWAY Who’s that girl? The latest Summer Bay newcomer, Willow (Sarah Roberts), is no pushover, as Justin is about to find out when H&A gets a touch Fifty Shades. (Willow arrives Tues., Nov. 14, 7 PM; Seven)
ACKLEY BRIDGE In Yorkshire, a bright spark decides to combine the racesegregated high schools, resulting in teen culture-clash drama and timely lessons learned. (Starts Mon., Nov. 13, 8.30 PM; BBC First)
As well as Demi Lovato and Shawn Mendes, Kesha (pictured) will perform.
SAM SMITH H
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Smith teams with up-to-theminute producers who’ve worked with Rihanna and Justin Timberlake.
HOSTED BY: Rita Ora Live from the Wembley Arena in London, Fifty Shades star Ora will helm the MTV European Music Awards, where nominees for best Australian act include Jess Mauboy and Pnau. (Airs Mon. Nov. 12, 6 AM; MTV) Who l 75
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F his second album, the For Grammy-winning British G crooner modernises his rretro vibe. The result is more eclectic than his 2 2014 debut—check out the icy instrumentals on “No Peace”—but no less p powerful: n f ““Him”, about his queerness and C Christian faith, f is a sstunner. ((Out now))
INSTANT HOTEL SEASON 1
Meet the tea LYNNE & SIMON Best mates, QLD
Photographer Simon, 52, got into the rental game with close pal and custom wig designer Lynne, 48, to help her generate funds that could ease the cost of IVF treatment.
ABOUT OUR HOUSE
Lynne’s architectural place sits on the Isle of Capri across from some of Surfer’s Paradise’s top bars and eateries. “It is not out in ‘Sticksville,’” teases Lynne. “I had this house built to what you see today.”
TERRY & ANITA
BEC & TRISTAN
After meeting four years ago at a local pub, property developer Terry, 48, and photographer Anita, 44, fell in love, blended their four children, ranging in ages from 10 to 16, into one family, and decided to run a luxe accommodation.
The Mildura-based professional wakeboarder Bec, 27, and her rockmelonfarmer brother Tristan, 30, enjoy their unconventional life aboard a houseboat along the Murray River.
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ABOUT OUR HOUSE
“The whole thing is a floating paradise,” Tristan says of their waterway retreat, which can sleep eight and has two bathrooms. “You can’t go wrong waking up to a different view of the river every day,” adds Bec.
BABE & BONDI
SAMANTHA & JAMES
BRENT & LEROY
The mum and daughter Group 1 champs offered value for their chic Bondi pad, but the margarita-must rule soured guests.
Their super-chic property enticed, but the couple were dinged for a mozzie problem and listing their property as “North Byron.”
Port Douglas proved a hit for attractions, but the inside of the couple’s home got knocked for over-decorating.
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The first team to open up their home in Group 2, the couple treated guests to a large fivebedder. “It’s deceiving from the front,” Anita says. “No-one expects the amazing green space and back area. We get a lot of gasps and ‘wows.’”
After the first set of home hoteliers have checked out, Group 2 checks in
STUART & SERENA Best mates, VIC
‘Instant Hote l’ screens Mon days to Wednesda ys at 7.30 PM on Seven
Entrepreneurs Stuart, 37, who runs a spring water company, and mum-of-two Serena, 37, a cosmetics business owner, travel the world through home-swapping.
ABOUT OUR HOUSE
Their water-facing home in Point Cook is located in the Sanctuary Lakes Resort, built around a Greg Norman– designed golf course. “We also have a music room that evokes our guests’ inner creativity,” Serena says, “and allows people to explore their hidden talents.”
MIKEY & SHAY Best mates, NSW
ADAM & KATHY
The 1950s and ‘60s details in their Barossa Valley shed delighted, but not some of the lack of privacy.
They knew their pool would be a draw, but the pair did not stir much enthusiasm for the local hotel in Humpty Doo.
ABOUT OUR HOUSE
Not only do guests get surrounding bush, a pool and tennis court, they also get to care for pets such as four cats and several turtles. Mikey says he loves it because “it is its own sanctuary with all the facilities you need to be entertained.”
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MARK & JANNINE
In their day jobs, Mikey, 30, works in accountancy while Shay, 30, works in the medical industry. But at night and on weekends, the very social longtime friends thrive as party people.
horoscope BY PENNY THORNTON
WHAT YOUR STARS SAY THIS WEEK, NOV. 13–19
APRIL 19–MAY 20
MAY 21–JUNE 20
Regardless of any upheaval you may be going through, Aries, there will be a happy ending a little further down the line. With this in mind, treat any criticism received with a willingness to improve your chances of success, and if someone truly takes you to task, retire with grace. Under no circumstances retaliate. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
People you meet at this time will be seriously good news, and the steps you take to partner up with others, whether for business or pleasure, should lead to extremely positive outcomes. So, if you have been hesitating to ask someone out or wondering whether to reach out for career purposes, hold back no longer. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
Normally, Gemini would steer clear of confrontation, preferring to keep options open, but you may have no choice other than to engage. Whether you need to tackle an organisation or an individual who has failed to treat you well or because you have waited long enough for someone to make the right move, push has come to shove. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
JUNE 21–JULY 21
JULY 22–AUG. 22
AUG. 23–SEPT. 22
You have a chance to sample some Jupiterian delights this week, whether you have special occasions already planned or a wonderful opportunity comes out of thin air. Not a sign given to tooting your own horn, a little bit of self-promotion could go a long way to guaranteeing your success, whether for personal or professional reasons. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
While you could just sit back and wait for the universe to move, why not set in motion a plan you have been discussing for a while. Use the astrological force as a tailwind. One thing you may have to do ﬁrst, however, is rid yourself of a situation that is draining your reserves or becoming a source of pain and sleepless nights. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
When you don’t know what to do, you should wait until you do. And sometimes this is simply a matter of you realising how you feel and taking actions based on your emotions. Other people could be ready to make a move, which will help you reach a decision, but keep an open mind because it may not be what you expect. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
Whether you are made aware of how certain people admire you and are prepared to back you or because your income rises and cash ﬂow becomes easier, life could be looking brighter. However, this is not the whole story. Mars and Pluto square off, raising the potential for arguments and stand-offs. Be your usual impartial self. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
If you want to take a relationship to the next level or promote your ambitions, have the courage to make that statement from the heart. Not every Scorpio is going to see a dramatic and upbeat development this week, but even a small shift could change the direction in which one or more situations were headed. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
Your trust in the universe may have been dented in recent times, but once we turn the corner into 2018, this should change. One factor that could speed your course to renewed faith, both in yourself and the way the world works, is to establish what aspects of your existence are interfering with your short and long-term ambitions. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
AQUARIUS JAN. 21–FEB. 18
FEB. 19–MARCH 19
It’s time to get those garden tools out again and strip away the dead wood that is preventing future growth. Clearly, the best-case scenario is for you to get behind those things that need stripping back and placing on the compost heap, but if events do the job for you, accept it is for a good purpose. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
On the one hand, love and relationships could become a top priority and, on the other, the steps you take to expand your life, most particularly in regard to your career, should prove successful. Even if a meeting or proposal does not lead to anything concrete now, it may well do so in the future. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
Things are looking a little steamy. Hopefully, in a good way, but if you are among the Pisceans currently unable to see a situation clearly, seek a reliable second opinion and go through the facts and ﬁgures as you know them. Sometimes, when we are so consumed with a situation we read things into it that simply aren’t there. For more, phone 1902 261 655.
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The Scorpio actress turns 39 on Nov. 17.
Place a number from 1–9 in each empty square so each row, column and 3x3 block contains all the numbers from 1–9. This puzzle is HARD.
SCRAMBLER Create words of four letters or more using the given letters only once, but always including the centre letter. Do not use proper names or foreign words. Can you find the nine-letter word?
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“Swingin’ With My Eyes Closed” songstress ___ Twain (6) America’s Next Top Model host and pop star Rita ___ (3) Gang of Youths Let Me Be Clear track “___ Tongue” (6) Odd Mom Out comedienne ___ Elliott (4) Krysten Ritter comedy flick Life ___ (7) Supernatural series Wynonna ___ (4) Bull and Mercy actress Jamie Lee ___ (8) Netflix music doco Gaga: ___ Two (4,4) Supergirl and Witches of East End actress ___ Dewan Tatum (5) Valley of Bones star Autumn ___ (6) Electronic duo ___ of the Sun (6) Alone in Berlin actor Daniel ___ (5) 2011 Demi Lovato album (8) Damian Lewis and Donnie Wahlberg miniseries Band of ___ (8) Cody Simpson featuring Asher Roth track “___ Be Cool” (4) Vera Blue single “___ Touch” (7) John Hughes coming-of-age classic Pretty in ___ (4) Scream Queens actress ___ Lourd (6) Harry Styles song “___ Ghosts” (3) Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet superhero series ___ of S.H.I.E.L.D. (6)
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Steve Martin and Diane Keaton family comedy Father of ___ (3,5) Biographical Josh Brolin drama ___ the Brave (4) US heavy metal band ___ Head (7) Black Sails and Merlin actor Tom ___ (6) Patrick Dempsey movie ___ Honor (4,2) “Never Tear Us Apart” rock band fronted by the late Michael Hutchence (4) Glass Animals single “Life ___” (6) Michael Peña action flick War on ___ (8) “Young Hearts Run Free” disco diva ___ Staton (5) “XO TOUR Llif3” artist Lil Uzi ___ (4) Will Forte and Kristen Schaal comedy series The Last Man on ___ (5) Miley Cyrus Younger Now track “___ Without You” (4) Josh Helman and John Hurt boxing biopic “___ Lenny” (2,4,2) Penny Dreadful star Josh ___ (8) British supermodel ___ Dunn (7) Carly Rae Jepsen hit “I ___ Like You” (6) Diane Lane romance ___ in Rodanthe (6) Nashville actress Rachel ___ (6) The Prestige and Robin Hood: Men in Tights actor Roger ___ (4; pictured) Brockmire star Amanda ___ (4)
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s k c a r sta t Power of three London, Nov. 2
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From left, Carey Mulligan, Victoria Beckham and Kate Winslet formed a trio of winners at the Harper’s Bazaar UK Women of the Year Awards at Claridge’s.
Air head Miami, Nov. 1 Matthew McConaughey teamed with a theme for stoner comedy The Beach Bum. Director Harmony Korine told W he has about 30 cinemas agreeing to “spread curls of marijuana” smoke while showing it—possible in some US states.
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Take a Chance Chicago, Nov. 1 Chance the Rapper (right) joined former US first couple Barack and Michelle Obama onstage for the closing ceremony of the inaugural Obama Foundation Summit.
What a treat Toronto, Oct. 31 Katy Perry invited a fan who tribute-dressed onto the stage. “I have never been trick-or-treating once in my life,” she told the audience. “Every year we would turn off the lights, close the door, open the Bible and pray. So I decided I was gonna dress up for the rest of my life.”
Checking out New York, Nov. 2 Rita Ora covered up—partly—in Burberry to leave her hotel in the Big Apple.
Boots and all B Neew York, Nov. 3 Jennifer Lopez pulled a pose on tthe set of her new movie, Second Act. The star and her Seco gtime friend Leah Remini long botth play discount-shop ployees in the comedy. emp
Man-a Mia New York, Oct. 30 Chris Hemsworth (left) and director Taika Waititi came over all ABBA while promoting Thor: Ragnarok at radio station SiriusXM.
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New York, Nov. 1 Actress-producer Reese Witherspoon (right, in Giorgio Armani) had daughter Ava Phillippe in the audience to see her receive the Wall Street Journal Magazine’s Entertainment Innovator of the Year award. “I love being an actor, but now it’s become abundantly clear to me that I have a new mission and that’s to do more for others in my industry,” she said.
Joy of Seth Los Angeles, Oct. 31 Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron (centre) and Aisha Tyler shared a joke at a dinner for the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, an AIDS/HIV foundation.
Soccer selfie London, Oct. 31 David Beckham surprised some young football players—and worked a man bun—when he unveiled Adidas’s latest incarnation of their Predator Accelerator boots, which he helped design.
In the pink Rome, Oct. 31 Dakota Fanning grinned at a Rome Film Festival photocall for her dramedy Please Stand By, which co-stars Toni Collette and is from Australian director Ben Lewin.
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Itâ€™s a rap Los Angeles, Oct. 31 Millie Bobby Brown, who plays waffle-loving Eleven in Stranger Things, rapped a recap of the first season of the hit Netflix series on The Tonight Show, before host Jimmy Fallon threw waffles to the crowd.
Making a statement Shanghai, Oct. 30
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As the face of lingerie giant Triumph Essence, actress Liv Tyler kicked off the labelâ€™s new collection in China.
Hosting games Los Angeles, Oct. 30 Jennifer Lawrence took to the streets of Hollywood for a vox pop segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Lawrence was one of four guest hosts who filled in for an absent Kimmel.
Pole position Los Angeles, Oct. 31 Ashton Kutcher paraded a Los Angeles Dodgers flag before game six of the baseball World Series. The Dodgers ultimately lost the series to the Houston Astros on Nov. 1.
In a swirl Family ties New York, Oct. 30 Michael J. Fox and wife Tracy Pollan, who will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary next year, attend the premiere of the HBO documentary Rolling Stone: Stories From the Edge.
Los Angeles, Oct. 30 Kate Bosworth twirled for the cameras at the premiere of National Geographicâ€™s war series The Long Road Home. Bosworth plays the wife of an army sergeant based in Iraq in 2004.
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“I was going to wear that and didn’t,” said Dakota Johnson (right, with mum Melanie Griffith) eyeing off another guest’s Gucci dress.
Kerry Washington accessorised her green Gucci dress with Neil Lane jewels.
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Gucci-clad Zoe Saldana posted that she had “an amazing evening” at the event.
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SOCIASL SNAP e lov The starsri ng a sh re v o
The actress got inspired by the Statue of Liberty on Oct. 30 “to get back to empowerment and intention.”
Tell Me How You Love Me is the sixth album from the 25-yearold pop singer and features the hit “Sorry Not Sorry”.
Aw! Embracing husband Thomas Sadoski, the star wrote, “I only wish you’d found me sooner.”
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LAST GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT
I went to Disneyland with some of my closest friends, but it wasn’t a night out, I just spent the whole day there. I like all the rides except for It’s a Small World; that I won’t do. The song gets stuck in your head.
Does it count if it’s for someone else? I went halfsies with a friend and got a Rolex for one of my other friends for his birthday. Sometimes it’s nice to indulge other people, you know?
“Beach bums,” the fitness pro posted on Oct. 28, with emojis for sun and sweat, of a cap-covered outing with son Axel, 22 months.
LAST WARDROBE MALFUNCTION I was performing at a Target corporate event and my boobs almost fell out of my top. I just shifted it so nobody really noticed. The top showed a lot of side
boob, so they almost popped out of that area. It wouldn’t be the first time.
LAST TIME I WAS RECOGNISED
I had some fans outside the hotel yesterday, which was nice. Sometimes they’ll say that I saved their life, which is incredible and unfathomable, so whenever they say that, it means a lot.
LAST TIME I WAS STARSTRUCK
I met Kelly Clarkson in Minneapolis, and I was so excited. She was very sweet. I mean, I could form sentences, but I hugged her three times. I forgot I already had each time! Her doco ‘Simply Complicated’ is streaming on YouTube.
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ANTHONY MACKIE & WILL POULTER The Hurt Locker‘s Anthony Mackie, 39, and Will Poulter, 24, speak to WHO’s Carly Bass about their film Detroit (out now), detailing the city’s deadly 1967 race riot.
Were you familiar with the riots before you were cast? Poulter No, no. I didn’t know about the rebellion in Detroit, I didn’t know just how many similar events there were throughout America. So many people of colour being mistreated. Mackie I was very familiar with what happened. I have family that moved [there] in 1965–66 [th ffor work and my uncle un would tell me m about the riots, the t stuff he had th seen. se To have one of those men in my family was a huge fa advantage a to building [my] b “It’s on everybody character. c to find a solution,” How was working H t jus t “No . says Poulter with each other? w are o wh the people P I knew Poulter affected by prejudice.”
“He’s my only British friend,” says Detroit’s Mackie (right) and co-star Poulter.
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Anthony’s work from The Hurt Locker and the Marvel universe. He’s a multi-talented guy. Mackie The only thing I knew of Will was We’re the Millers and, well, it was funny. I feel like 99.9 per cent of actors in Hollywood could not do We’re the Millers and this movie. It says a lot about him and his talent. What do you think of the film? Mackie I feel like every country has its Detroit, everybody has their Detroit, so it gives you the opportunity to look at it from the outside, and just make the right decision instead of actively making the wrong decision. Poulter We were all aware of the greater purpose, to create something that could affect genuine social change, that could be a politically influential movie. Did you spend time together off-set? Mackie We did. When we would wrap we would all hang out together, have a beer, go to SoulCycle, go out to dinner. Make fun of each other and drink a pint. Poulter It was a chance to get back in contact with who we really are, show it was actually love and respect underpinning this whole experience. I can’t say we would have got through it without Anthony.
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The mum-of-four loves Halloween: “That’s the whole fun of it, people dressing up!”
TH RI LLER Heidi Klum hit her annual Halloween party—her 18th!—in yet another costume to remember, transforming over seven hours into the werewolf from Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’
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Performing the “Thriller” dance with zombies, ”I really tried my hardest.”
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Frizz wiz: the 2017 Met Gala.
Almost Rapunzel at the 2013 American Music Awards.
Fairly businesslike for her shoe line launch in 2016.
A little pixie at the 2015 Grammys.
Going with the ’fro at the 2017 InStyle Awards.
The 2016 Met Gala was pageboy stylin’.
Neat and sweet: cornrows for a fashion do Landing a mullet at in 2015. the 2016 Grammy Awards.
Dreadlocked and loaded at the 2015 Oscars. Her Oct. 25 CFDA appearance: flipping perfection.
Mila Kunis, who has daughter Wyatt, 3, and son Dimitri, who turns 1 on Nov. 30, with husband Ashton Kutcher, says she wants to raise her kids to be people she’d want to be friends with—when they’re older. For now, she admits their daughter has already picked up some swear words— including the F-word: “Ashton and I just looked at each other ... walked away and giggled to ourselves.”
Nicole Kidman has revealed winning two Emmys trumped bagging one Oscar— which she said was the loneliest experience, having just split with Tom Cruise. But the Emmys?“It was amazing to take home two and go [to her young daughters], ‘You get one each!’” she said.
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MY LIFE AS A MOMAGER
How do you draw a line between parenting doing OK. I don’t know, maybe I’ll get sick and managing? of myself. But for the most part we’re gung-ho I’m always Mom first. I love my kids more than and try to make the most of what we have. anything and it gives me such joy to see that Do you ever plan to retire? they’re following the path they love. And they’re I don’t. Being busy and working hard is all really smart kids with amazing work ethics. instrumental in a long, healthy life. They’re telling me, “Let’s do more. Faster. Bigger.” (Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs How do you run a family like you run a business? Mondays, 1 PM on E!) There’s a different CEO every day. Sometimes it’s k Khloé. Sometimes it’s Kourtney. This week Kim is CEO because she’s organising the Christmas-card shoot. t. Do you think there re will ever be backlash h from Kar-Jenner over-saturation? We are kind of everywhere, so there’s a possibility there is an “They each have their own way of doing oversaturation. things. My job is to But so far we’re let them be who they truly are,” says Jenner of her kids.
They both have hectic schedules across the globe, but singer Zayn Malik and model Gigi Hadid manage plenty of quality time together—which according to Malik is all down to his super-sorted girlfriend. “It helps that she’s really organised. Thank God!” he told Billboard. ”Because I’m really not, so she helps organise my schedule around seeing her!” It also helps having homes in multiple locations, with the couple splitting their time between his digs in Los Angeles and London, and her New York apartment.
Great expectations: the Baldwins.
Patton Oswalt’s new happiness Patton Oswalt has found love once more after heartbreak. On Nov. 4, the 48-year-old Veep actor and comedian wed Meredith Salenger, 47, at the Jim Henson Studios in Los Angeles. Officiating was actress Martha Plimpton, who is credited with introducing the pair. Oswalt’s daughter Alice, 8, performed flower-girl duties. “True love. True happiness. Forever and Always. The Oswalts,” posted Harvard-educated actress Salenger, who was first seen with Patton at the June premiere of Baby Driver, with the couple becoming engaged in July. For Patton, this marks a happier new chapter after his first wife, crime writer Michelle McNamara, died unexpectedly in her sleep in April 2016.
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DIED Gloria Fallon, 68, the mother of The Tonight Show hostt Jimmy Fallon, died on Nov. 4. “Today I lost my biggest fan,” Fallon n told WHO in a statement. ● Singeer Robert Knight, best known for the 1967 pop hit “Everlasting Love””, died on Nov. 5 following a short, undisclosed illness. He was 72.
Former Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais told you so.
“For me, I don’t need to walk out of a shower showi showing my ass.” Directors takke note: Kellan Lutz b kee k eping his clothes on. willll be
“I was w eviscerated. I lost my seense of self, questioned if q I belonged in tthis business, thought maybe I did suck at everything.” Jennifer Lopez r reveals the aftermath of the 2003 bomb Gigli.
“When you llive like that for eight years, you need your girlfriends.” Michelle Obama’s buddies kept her “sane” while living in the White House.
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Fantastic Beasts and Where Danish tennis star Caroline to Find Them star Eddie Wozniacki, 27, is engaged to Redmayne, 35, and his wife, basketballer David Lee, 34, Hannah, have baby No. 2 on the who proposed while the couple way. They have one daughter, were on holiday in Bora Bora. Iris, 1. ● Saturday Night Live guest-star Alec Baldwin, 59, and LEGAL MATTERS his wife Hilaria, 33, are expecting Already in a Colombian prison their fourth child together. after she was arrested in April The couple are parents to at Bogotá airport over daughter Carmen, 4, nearly 6kg of cocaine and sons Rafael, 2, found in her luggage, and Leonardo, 1, Cassie Sainsbury, 22, while Alec is also has been sentenced to dad to daughter six years jail and fined Ireland, 22, with nearly $US100,000. Sainsbury ex-wife Kim Basinger. The South Australian’s
lawyer, Orlando Herran, hopes that may be reduced to three years with good conduct. ● Nicki Minaj’s ex Meek Mill (né Robert Rihmeek William), 30, was sentenced to a minimum of two years jail time for probation violations on Nov. 6. The rapper previously served eight months d drugg charges. after 2008 gun and g ● Jocelyn Wildensstein, n 77, and her boyfriend Lloyd y Klein, 50, were chaarged g with assault in New Yorrk after an argument turned vviolent in d Tower their Trump World v. 5.. apartment on Nov.
“The first time, they said, ‘Why is he saying these awful things to these lovely rich people?’ Now everyone knows I was right.”
“What’d you guys do yesterday?” tweeted Oswalt (with Alice and Salenger) with this pic on Nov. 5.
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