She's living it up in Bali, Indonesia as she holidays with several of her female friends. And as former Big Brother star Skye Wheatley took to social media to document every moment of her holiday, she wasn't afraid to provide her followers with a glimpse of what she's been up to. In a photo shared to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, the blonde stunner could be seen putting on an extremely busty display as she posed with a coconut while dressed in a daring pastel green bikini.
His flirtatious friendship with 26-year-old Amy-Lee Dixon was exposed yesterday after Daily Mail Australia confirmed the model had called it quits with Nick Furphy. And cricket legend Shane Warne, 48, was looking happier than ever on Wednesday as he spent quality family time with his son Jackson, 18, watching the tennis in Melbourne.
On Monday morning, Jessica Rowe described the Golden Globes' all-black outfit protest as 'dumb'. And it didn't take long for fellow Studio 10 star Sarah Harris to chime in with a similar opinion later that day. Reinforcing the view held by her colleague, the 36-year-old took aim at the campaign, suggesting she thought Hollywood stars could have done more to protest sexual harassment and assault.
@mr_m_steel@BiggestLoserAU Ratings that show had been declining every year and was massively struggling against its competitors. Revamp was a last-ditch effort to turn the numbers around but failed. Change in format wasn't the main reason for TBL's cancellation... it probably would have been axed anyway
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