• Amber Rose cannot remember how many men she has slept with, admitting "I've been around the block"

    Amber Rose has dated A-list stars such as Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa, but the model admits she cannot remember how many men she has slept with in total. Rose made the comments in conversation with hip-hop star Ty Dolla Sign, a close friend of Khalifa's and her guest on Friday night's show (August 26). Amber agreed with this, claiming that the situation is made worse by the fact that men rarely satisfy women to the same degree in the bedroom.

    International Business Times
  • Simon Cowell comes face-to-face with his doppelganger and a former contestant reappears on tonight's X Factor

    The auditions are in full swing, and they’re throwing up some familiar faces across the board.

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  • Sarkozy says Britain should manage asylum seekers on its own territory

    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who is attempting a political comeback before next year's election, said on Saturday that Britain should open an asylum centre on its territory to deal with asylum seekers now camped in Calais. Migrants aiming to reach Britain have over the years gathered in camps called the "jungle" in the French port of Calais. In the past two years, the population of the camps has swelled as warfare and economic upheaval in North Africa and the Middle East has driven thousands of migrants to try to reach Britain illegally through the Channel Tunnel.

    Reuters
  • EastEnders Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Walford

    Ben and Jay are out for revenge and Denise is in for a big, big shock this week

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • Mountain walkers told to use paper maps after librarian dies in cliff plunge

    A Manchester University librarian fell to her death from a notorious ridge in Snowdonia after picking a difficult route on a mountain, an inquest has heard. Mountain rescuers said they were surprised Jane Wilson, 53, from Stockport in Greater Manchester, chose the route and said it might be because it was the one suggested by a smartphone app. Wilson, an experienced mountain walker, was on Snowdonia on 25 March 2016, with husband Gary when the couple got into difficulties descending the 3,000ft peak.

    International Business Times
  • Theresa May's Brexit Pledge On Belfast Visit

    The Prime Minister has tried to allay fears in Northern Ireland over the UK leaving the EU

    Sky video
  • Hull City 0-1 Manchester United: Premier League - as it happened

    Full-time: Hull 0-1 Manchester UnitedSubstitute Marcus Rashford caps off an impressive late cameo with a 92nd-minute winner at the KCOM Stadium that maintains United's 100% start under Jose Mourinho and condemns depleted Hull to their first defeat of the season The 18-year-old, making his first Premier League appearance of the season, fired home from close range after excellent work from Wayne RooneyUnited monopolised possession for the most part but struggled to turn their dominance into chances before the introduction of Rashford and Henrikh Mkhitaryan added an extra dimension to their ...

    International Business Times
  • Steve Molaro teases tension between Penny and her mother in The Big Bang Theory season 10 premiere

    The Big Bang Theory season 10 returns with new episodes on 19 September wherein fans will get their first glimpse at Penny's mother Susan (played by Katey Sagal), and brother, Randall (played by comedian Jack McBrayer). Executive Producer Steve Molaro spoke to Entertainment Weeklyabout Penny's family and hinted at tension between Leonard's wife and Susan.

    International Business Times
  • Merkel's deputy says she underestimated migrant integration challenge

    German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said in an interview on Saturday that Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives had "underestimated" the challenge of integrating a record migrant influx. Gabriel is also leader of the Social Democrats (SPD) - the junior coalition partner in Merkel's government - and his comments to broadcaster ZDF come as campaigning gets under way for a federal election next year. Concerns about how to integrate them all into German society and the labour market are now rife and support for the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) has grown.

    Reuters
  • M20 Due To Reopen After Bridge Collapse Causes Chaos

    The M20 motorway will be closed until at least midday today after a pedestrian bridge collapsed onto the carriageway on one of the year's busiest travel days. Kent Police and Highways England have confirmed that a section of the bridge weighing 170 tonnes was brought down by a digger being transported on the back of a lorry. Aerial pictures filmed by Sky News show one half of the bridge completely collapsed.

    Sky News
  • 'Cannibal Killer' Student Austin Harrouff Regains Consciousness

    A Florida student accused of randomly killing a couple and biting the dead husband's face has regained consciousness, investigators say. Austin Harrouff, 19, is responsive, but has not yet provided a statement, according to the Martin County sheriff's office. The Florida State University sophomore had been heavily sedated since the 15 August stabbings of 59-year-old John Stevens and Michelle Mishcon, 53.

    Sky News
  • Spain starts countdown to possible third national election in year

    By Sonya Dowsett MADRID (Reuters) - The clock starts ticking on Wednesday towards what could be Spain's third national election in a year when acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces a confidence vote in parliament for a second term in office. Spain has been without a functioning government since inconclusive elections in December and June failed to hand a convincing mandate to any political party. The eight-month political deadlock has delayed investments in infrastructure such as roads and rail and put high-ranking government appointments on hold, leaving some Spanish embassies without an ambassador.

    Reuters
  • Kim Kardashian attends unveiling of Kanye West's Famous art exhibit

    Kanye West has unveiled his latest art installation which is a recreation of his controversial 'Famous' video. The 'top secret' art exhibition in LA comprises lifelike naked replicas of celebrities which were used in the music video. Likenesses of Taylor Swift, Bill Cosby, George W Bush, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Ray J, Amber Rose and Caitlyn Jenner are seen sleeping together in an oversized bed. One of the first people to peruse the controversial installation was Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian West who arrived at the private Blum and Poe art gallery wwith sister Kendall Jenner.

    International Business Times
  • Green Wants Probe Dropped ‎If He Plugs BHS Pension Gap

    Sir Philip Green is seeking assurances that regulators will abandon a probe into‎ BHS's vast pension deficit if he makes a "voluntary" financial contribution to the retirement pots of thousands of the collapsed chain's former employees. Opinions differ about whether the watchdog would be willing or able to offer such a guarantee to Sir Philip, with sources close to it suggesting that every case "would be evaluated on its merits". The regulator can also‎ seek information from or pursue anyone who they believe to be a connected party - which in BHS's case could lead it to Lady Green, the ultimate owner of Taveta, which owns Arcadia Group.

    Sky News
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  • Owen Smith's Vow To End Homelessness Branded 'Insulting'

    A pledge to end homelessness within five years has been branded "outlandish" and "insulting" by a group of volunteers who serve meals on the streets. Labour Party leadership candidate Owen Smith has made the promise as part of his campaign to oust Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Opposition. Mr Smith told Sky News: "It is a moral outrage in Britain, we have seen rough sleeping and homelessness in Britain double in the last six years.

    Sky News
  • Trump vows to begin deportations immediately if sworn in

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump linked illegal immigration and employment Saturday, pledging to start deporting offenders as soon as he is sworn in should he become the White House's next occupant.

    AFP
  • For the Sake of Smeg: Is It Time for Red Dwarf to Call It a Day?

    It’s been 20 years since Red Dwarf Co-Creator Rob Grant left the show due to “Creative differences” and some say that the show’s classic era ended there. Of course, it’s a rather cynical view and it rather unflatteringly posits that every series after then has been of dubious quality.

    Ben Homes, TV Blogger
  • Lifeguards To Patrol Camber Sands After Five Men Died

    The lifeboat and lifeguard group will also be giving out safety information at Camber Sands in East Sussex. Nitharsan Ravi's brother, Ajirthan, said the group had been caught by a rapidly rising tide and were unable to swim to shore because of the current.

    Sky News
  • Wasim Akram expresses concern over state of ODI cricket in Pakistan

    Pakistan bowling legend Wasim Akram has expressed concern at the current state of One Day International (ODI) cricket in the country claiming it is playing matches like it was the 1990s. Pakistan are currently in action in the ODI series against England where they are struggling, losing the first two games to the hosts who have won by comfortable margins. The problem with the Men In Green has been the lack of form and initiative shown by the batsmen, with only wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed showing fight, scoring 105 in the second ODI on 27 August, thereby becoming the first Pakistan batsman to score an ODI hundred at Lords.

    International Business Times
  • Couple rescued after searchers spot SOS on remote island

    Two people stranded for a week on a remote Pacific island have been rescued after a search aircraft spotted their SOS message in the sand, the US Coast Guard said Sunday.

    AFP
  • Reveller, 26, Dies At Creamfields Dance Music Festival

    The 26-year-old was found collapsed in a campsite at the event at Daresbury, near Warrington, Cheshire Police said. The four-day festival includes appearances from stars including Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Fatboy Slim and Pete Tong. A Cheshire Police spokesman said: "Last night we were notified following concerns for a man in one of the campsites and, sadly, a 26-year-old man from the Cornwall area passed away.

    Sky News
  • Turkey allows policewomen to wear Islamic headscarf

    Turkey has for the first time allowed policewomen to wear the Islamic headscarf as part of their uniform, according to a ruling published in the official gazette Saturday.

    AFP

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