George Clooney's sister-in-law jailed for three weeks for drink-driving

George Clooney's sister-in-law jailed for three weeks for drink-driving

George Clooney's sister-in-law has been sentenced to three weeks in jail in Singapore after being found guilty of drink-driving.
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Lupita Nyong'o remembers Queen of Katwe co-star in touching tribute post

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Vanessa Kirby and Callum Turner split

Vanessa Kirby and Callum Turner split

Vanessa Kirby and Callum Turner have ended their relationship.
Learning to walk in heels

Learning to walk in heels

Girls walking in high heels and stacking it.
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Car losing control!

A car loses control, swerves and hits the side barrier
Solar-Powered Treehouse Suspends You Above The South African Bush

Solar-Powered Treehouse Suspends You Above The South African Bush

This solar-powered treehouse suspends you above the South African bush. Opened this month by high-end travel company Andeyond the Ngala treehouse soars 39-feet in the air and sorrounds you with the wild bush of the 36,000-acre Ngala private game r...
EXCLUSIVE: Producer Nel H. Moritz happy with 'Sonic' redesign

EXCLUSIVE: Producer Nel H. Moritz happy with 'Sonic' redesign

Producer Neal H. Moritz reveals there was a backlash about Sonic design but it is also happy to see their fans passion about it.
Johnny Depp looking to quash Amber Heard's subpoena on Weinstein Company

Johnny Depp looking to quash Amber Heard's subpoena on Weinstein Company

Johnny Depp filed a petition on Friday to quash a subpoena filed by his ex-wife Amber Heard, which would force The Weinstein Company to turn over details on the actor's dealings with Harvey Weinstein.