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The armchair critics keep doubting Nicole Kidman, but she’ll have the last laugh

The armchair critics keep doubting Nicole Kidman, but she’ll have the last laugh

Kidman ignited a firestorm of criticism on social media, with critics piling on amid claims she was either too pretty, too prissy, too tall, in fact too anything to play Lucille Ball.

  • by Andrew Hornery

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Kevin from Queensland stuck in a Bondi Beach Airbnb because of border restrictions

Kevin from Queensland stuck in a Bondi Beach Airbnb because of border restrictions

The former PM is North Bondi’s newest resident and locals say he’s fitting right in.

  • by Lucy Manly
Political aspirant’s eye-popping OnlyFans account exposed

Political aspirant’s eye-popping OnlyFans account exposed

The force behind the fledgling Australian Values Party says he is donating money to charity for each download from his NSFW account.

  • by Andrew Hornery
A million bucks for Adele? Inside the world of celebrity interviews
Analysis
New music

A million bucks for Adele? Inside the world of celebrity interviews

Seven paid almost $1 million for its Adele package, including an interview that never went to air. Access to the stars comes at a cost, and not only financial.

  • by Karl Quinn
Breaking bread to make peace with Roxy Jacenko

Breaking bread to make peace with Roxy Jacenko

The celebrity publicist talks about her plans for the future, and looks back on her terrifying cancer diagnosis.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Taylor Swift’s All Too Well short film: control the narrative, you win
Opinion
Pop music

Taylor Swift’s All Too Well short film: control the narrative, you win

Taylor Swift’s latest reworking of her back catalogue proves it’s not just the story that matters, it’s who gets to tell it, and how.

  • by Karl Quinn
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Simply the best lawsuit: Why is Tina suing imitation act?

Simply the best lawsuit: Why is Tina suing imitation act?

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Not for Tina Turner, who is suing an obscure German tribute artist, saying she looks too much like the real thing.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Jessica Mauboy’s long-time stylist left behind in singer’s reboot

Jessica Mauboy’s long-time stylist left behind in singer’s reboot

The Australian pop princess has instead employed US-based stylist Jessica dos Remedios to work with her when she returns to coaching duties on The Voice in 2022.

  • by Lucy Manly
Britney Spears is free at last. Now what?

Britney Spears is free at last. Now what?

After 13 years, Britney Spears has finally regained the right to make her own decisions in life. What will she do with that freedom - and what will we?

  • by Karl Quinn
Britney Spears conservatorship terminated by Los Angeles judge

Britney Spears conservatorship terminated by Los Angeles judge

Britney is free. A Los Angeles judge has ended the conservatorship that has controlled the singer’s life and money for nearly 14 years.

Accused Sydney drug lord’s family ties to Olivia Newton-John

Accused Sydney drug lord’s family ties to Olivia Newton-John

The pop star is the godmother of Jerusha McGrath, the sister-in-law of Mostafa Baluch who was dramatically arrested in a car inside a shipping container on Wednesday.

  • by Andrew Hornery