June 21, 2013 - 16:23 BST hellomagazine.com Find out why Millie Mackintosh has quit Made in Chelsea, why Channing Tatum is thanking Miley Cyrus for getting crushed by a vending machine, and how juggling a career and a baby is affecting Rochelle Humes... Find out why Millie Mackintosh has quit Made in Chelsea , why Channing Tatum is thanking Miley Cyrus for getting crushed by a vending machine, and how juggling a career and a baby is affecting Rochelle Humes ... HELLO! Online has rounded up the best quotes for the week - click on the photo below to see our gallery of stars and their words of wisdom from chatshows, Twitter and more. VIEW GALLERY … [Read more...] about HELLO! Online’s quotes of the week: soundbites from Katy Perry, Channing Tatum and more
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February 25, 2021 - 11:46 GMT Sophie Hamilton How to organise your fridge correctly to prevent food poisoning and food wastage. Essential kitchen tips on where fish, meat, fruit, vegetables and dairy should be stored Since the pandemic started, we've all spent a LOT of time in our kitchens. You know the drill… you get in from the supermarket, hands heavily sanitised and now breathing freely after wearing your mask. You may or may not wipe down the shopping (won't miss this) and start packing it all away. When it comes to organising your food and drinks in the fridge, do you have a system – and is it correct? A well-organised fridge prevents food poisoning and helps stop food wastage. Tap Warehouse have put together a guide to how to correctly organise your fridge. See if your system is right below… MORE: Joe Wicks' roasted vegetable soup recipe is our kind of lunch! Loading the player... WATCH: This TikTok wrap hack went viral Raw meat, fish and poultry It’s important raw meat, fish, and poultry are stored on the bottom shelf of your fridge to stop them from dripping onto other foods and contaminating them. Shockingly, Tap Warehouse’s research revealed that a staggering 40% of Brits do not store their raw meat, poultry, and fish on this shelf. MORE: 22 of the best kitchen gadgets that will revolutionise the way you cook Louise Roberts, Director of Food Safety Company, Alimenti, says by not storing raw meat on the bottom shelf, "blood and other fluids which may contain high levels of pathogens could drip onto the ready to eat food and contaminate the food with pathogens." She adds: "If consumed without any further treatment, such as cooking, the ready-to-eat food may cause illness." MORE: 54 best meal delivery services in the UK: Mindful Chef, Gousto & more Fruit and vegetables Fruit and vegetables that need to be refrigerated should be … [Read more...] about How to correctly organise your fridge – is your system right?
December 21, 2018 - 12:04 GMT Laura Sutcliffe Amanda Holden looked gorgeous in a red and green floral dress by the Kooples. The ITV star was at Piers Morgan's Christmas party and another guest wore the very same dress - Simon Cowell's ex girlfriend Jackie St. Clair Amanda Holden looked her usual sunning self at Piers Morgan 's Christmas bash on Thursday evening - rocking a stunning black and red floral dress by The Kooples. In pictures that featured on The Daily Mail , Amanda teamed the fancy frock with a pair of gold strappy sandals, a gold clutch bag and a splash of red lipstick, certainly turning heads at the A-list bash. But she wasn't the only one working the blooming gorgeous number - Jackie St. Clair also donned the very same design at the very same party! She styled hers slightly differently though - keeping warm in black tights and a black quilted clutch bag. They do say that great minds think alike after all ladies, so don't worry! Amanda Holden looked stunning at Piers Morgan's Christmas party The mother-of-two has had a very busy few weeks celebrating her 10th wedding anniversary. Earlier in the month, the ITV star marked the landmark at a party which was held at Soho Farmhouse. Jackie St. Clair also wore the same dress The 47-year-old shared a shot on Instagram of the pair at their anniversary party and wrote: ""#10 years ago today this man made me the happiest girl in the world by marrying me. This weekend we celebrated #10 years married with our closest friends. We've been together for 15 years". Loading the player... The blonde beauty wore two designs for the soiree - a custom-made second wedding dress by Caroline Castigliano that had a plush V neck and was cut in exquisite silk. MORE: Amanda Holden just wore a SECOND wedding dress and we are blown away But she later changed into a slightly more relaxed dress which was actually from high … [Read more...] about Amanda Holden just suffered every woman’s fashion nightmare
February 23, 2021 - 09:07 GMT Kate Thomas This Morning host Holly Willoughby has got us dreaming about summer thanks to her latest M&S pick Holly Willoughby has got us planning out post-lockdown wardrobe – and we'll definitely be adding her latest look to our online baskets. The This Morning presenter shared a stunning bedroom snap on Monday, rocking a flirty denim dress as she posed next to a mirrored wardrobe. The gorgeous photo showcased Holly's dress in all its glory, from the cute frill detailing on the cuffs to its tie waist and flattering midi length. Holly branded the frock the perfect post-lockdown look for "lunch with the girls" – and we predict a sell-out! DISCOVER: 10 spring fashion buys we bet Holly Willoughby will be wearing this season Loading the player... WATCH: Throwback to Holly Willoughby's best Dancing on Ice looks She captioned the snap: "Whilst day dreaming about what I’m going to do first post lockdown and the outfits I'm going to be wearing doing those things, I've found just the perfect outfit for lunch with my girls courtesy of this @marksandspencer denim number... can’t wait!!!! #ad ". READ MORE: Holly Willoughby loves this clever beauty gadget – and it's in the Amazon sale The presenter's fans were quick to comment on the post, with one saying: "So beautiful!! my bank balance is going to be screaming when I end up purchasing everything you share". Another wrote: "This is gorgeous holly I love denim on you!!", while a third commented: "Beautiful dress". Holly looked stunning in Marks & Spencer Holly's cute dress is a bargain at just £49.50 and also comes in a versatile black. Dress it down with trainers for park gatherings from April (hurrah!) or add a pair of heels for when normality hopefully resumes in June. Meanwhile, Holly was unable to showcase her amazing Dancing on Ice wardrobe last weekend to the latest live … [Read more...] about Holly Willoughby wows in dreamy M&S dress in new bedroom picture
HoodCelebrityy Photo: Rick Kern/WireImage In the cultural spaces from which dancehall music gets its name, women are usually the center of attention. The Jamaican genre’s digital rhythms are calibrated to inspire female bodies to wine , as the vigorous gyration of the waist is known across the Caribbean, and the lyrics to gyal tunes like Tony Matterhorn’s “Dutty Wine” and Mr. Vegas’s “Bruk It Down” echo this connection, calling out ladies-only instructions. The living embodiment of this culture, as seen through the years in music videos from Chaka Demus & Pliers’ “Murder She Wrote” to Rihanna’s “Work,” are the so-called dancehall queens: acrobatic dancers in go-go boots, fishnets, and “batty rider” shorts who run the floor at Kingston street parties and diaspora nightclubs with splits, head-top plants, and other feats of flexibility. Yet dancehall, the music genre, has long minimized female voices, relegating women artists to a peripheral role. This, finally, is changing. In Jamaica, where the current generation of male dancehall acts have struggled to replicate the crossover appeal of aughts icon Sean Paul, or the cult status of the currently jailed but still hugely popular and influential Vybz Kartel , women like Spice, Shenseea and Ishawna are keeping the genre fresh, provocative and relatable. “Females are definitely taking over this male-dominated business,” says Grace Hamilton, better known as Spice, the brash, blue-wigged diva behind bashment party essentials like 2014’s “So Mi Like It” and a new addition to the cast of VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta . (She’s recently taken up part-time residence in Georgia, while maintaining her home, and presence, in Jamaica). “Back in the days, you only had one female that was reigning. But it’s not like that now. If you called Jamaica and [asked] who are the top artists right now, I’m sure my name has to come up. And a lot of other females, who are doing extremely well.” Kingston isn’t … [Read more...] about Women Are Keeping Dancehall Fresh
Photo: Rob DeMartin/Spotify It’s been just over two years since Spotify cannonballed into podcasting, marking its spendy February 2019 acquisitions of Gimlet Media and Anchor as a splashy first step in the company’s expansionary transition from a music streaming platform towards something that’s significantly more than that. It was a scaling up of ambition, one that founder and CEO Daniel Ek conceptually outlined in a blog post titled “Audio-First” published at the time. As has been chronicled at length in this newsletter, that transition went on to include a string of further acquisitions (Parcast, The Ringer, Megaphone), a steady drumbeat of buzzy content partnerships (Joe Rogan, the Obamas, Kim Kardashian, etc.), and a bevvy of product experiments that poke at the edges of the current on-demand audio experience (playlists, vodcasts, talk-music mixes, etc.). The past two years are abundant with Spotify-filled headlines, and they collectively exert the feel of a show of force. But the piecemeal nature of the story also sometimes led to a lack of clarity over how the company intended to structurally reshape the digital audio business as we know it and reinvent itself as a platform that, in Ek’s words, will “begin competing more broadly for time against all forms of entertainment and informational services, and not just music streaming services.” I keep seeing the shiny individual pieces, but I’m curious as to how they think it’s all supposed to fit together. Yesterday’s hour and a half-long livestream presentation didn’t quite give me that full picture I was hoping for, but it does feel like we’re getting closer. Plus, the event also gave me the opportunity to jump on the phone with several executives at the company who I could pelt a few questions at. There was a lot that was announced yesterday, but I’m going to organize this write-up around three main buckets and lump a bunch of remaining threads in a miscellaneous section. Spotify’s already … [Read more...] about Key Podcast Takeaways from Spotify’s Big Event