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During a Thursday appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the Stranger Things star admitted she lied during the show's audition process so she would get her part. “I joined the show in season two and I was a fan of season one before. All of my friends were watching it and everything. I was in the audition process for Max and I think I had done four callbacks, did the screen test and then I found out that I got the role.” Sadie Sink / Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Sadie recalled being told the news during “speech and debate practice”...
Our experiences of taste are so vivid and personal it can be hard to imagine how people can turn their nose up at your favourite comfort food. Research shows the explanation could be in your genes.
An entrepreneur has been awarded a grant to develop a trial which uses Swaledale sheep fleeces to protect ancient upland peat bogs.
Ukrainian forces have accused their Russian counterparts of further militarising the country’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, raising fears that it could be used to attack Ukraine.
The Saturday papers revolve around imminent strikes by nurses, rail workers and postal staff.
A suspected Russian deserter who opened fire on police officers has been arrested and identified as a mercenary for the Wagner Group.
No chance of finding skipper and crew members of L’Ecume II alive after collision in Channel, rescuers conclude
Across Britain, 22 million people are expected to watch the game on ITV1, with another 3.1 million in pubs and bars
Former president Pedro Castillo was impeached by Congress on Tuesday and later arrested on suspicion of rebellion.
In Sheffield, 91-year-old Marjorie Richardson has been without heating for seven days.
Only 29 affordable homes were built during the period, while 161 were secured to be built in the future.
A DRIVER is facing a ‘hefty’ fine after being caught filming on his phone while driving with no insurance and only a provisional license.
British sportswear and clothing retailer Frasers stuck to its financial guidance for 2022-23 after reporting a 39% rise in first-half profit that reflected the success of its drive to take the group upmarket. The FTSE 100-listed firm, formerly called Sports Direct, owns brands including House of Fraser, Flannels, USC and Jack Wills. Founder Mike Ashley still controls Frasers, owning 69% of its equity, but the business is run by Michael Murray, Ashley's son-in-law, who became chief executive in May.
The neighbour recalls hearing what he first thought was a scream or a “party sound” coming from the victims’ home before going to bed around 4am.
Separate planes carrying Brittney Griner and Viktor Bout both landed at Abu Dhabi’s Al Bateen airport
THE Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning across south Essex this weekend.
The hit Tim Burton series starring Jenna Ortega and Catherine Zeta Jones features a reference to the Isle of Wight!
A Christmas market at a cricket club is part of wider plans for it to become a community hub.
The government says it's using "Brexit freedoms" to make the UK more competitive. But critics argue the new measures won't offset damage done by leaving the EU.
Russia’s Federal Security Service released footage of the prisoner swap of WNBA basketball player Brittney Griner and arms dealer Viktor Bout between Russia and the United States on Thursday, December 8.The footage shows Griner boarding a plane in Russia and landing in the United Arab Emirates, where the prisoner swap took place. It also shows clips of Bout on a plane back to Russia.In February, the Russian Customs Service detained Griner at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport. Russian authorities said Griner was in possession of vape cartridges containing oil derived from cannabis.Griner was swapped for Bout, an international arms dealer who had been serving a 25-year sentence at a penitentiary in Illinois. The swap was completed on Thursday in the United Arab Emirates, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia said.US President Joe Biden announced that Griner was returning to the US on December 8 and thanked the UAE for helping transfer Griner back to the US. Credit: FSB via Storyful