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WHO 18 February 2019

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1 min.
realistic get-fit advice

We’re all always looking for a quick health fix – the results-now type stuff where a little extra room in our clothes inspires us to keep going. But I’m very sceptical of the diets that promise big results in five days. Every health expert will tell you that crash diets wreak havoc on the body, ensuring quick results but then a guaranteed weight gain as the body goes into panic mode. Beyond the crash-diet stuff, there are plans that work for some that don’t work for others. I don’t have the will to run for an hour every day and despite my best efforts in search of the runner’s high, it’s never come to me. So when Sam Frost told us about her 20-minute daily exercise that didn’t include cardio,…

1 min.
battle for the ball

THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS cheered as they defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 on Feb. 3, but not everyone was watching. Singers Rihanna and Cardi B reportedly turned down half-time performance gigs in support of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who received “racist treatment” after sitting down during the 2016 game’s national anthem. Those who did watch, however, were quick to criticise performer Adam Levine for stripping off his shirt, comparing it to Janet Jackson’s nipple flashing in 2004. This year’s Super Bowl made a step forward with its first ever male cheerleaders, while Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos pulled a $27 million advertisement for his company Blue Origin after it was revealed his mistress Lauren Sanchez was involved in its production. Several A-list stars opted to catch the game from home, including…

2 min.
‘winning no friends’

PRINCE HARRY HAS BEEN accused of being “grumpy” and “high maintenance,” amid reports his normally jovial demeanour has changed markedly since his marriage to Meghan Markle. Long-time royal reporter Duncan Larcombe has told UK’s The Sun newspaper that staff working for the couple are dissatisfied with the change they’ve seen in their one-time “jovial” boss Harry. “All of Harry’s staff have always thought he was fantastic, but the two of them [together] are high-maintenance,” Larcombe told the paper, adding that the prince was “quite grumpy and aloof from his own inner circle of staff.” He claimed Harry, 34, was always “very pally” with his staff, but that all changed after his marriage to Meghan, 37, in May last year. “What people love about Harry is that he wears his heart on his sleeve,” Larcombe…

1 min.
meghan’s romantic nod to harry

While it might not be smooth sailing with their staff, Prince Harry and Meghan are apparently still very much in love, with the duchess choosing to give a sweet shout-out to her husband at a recent event at the National Theatre in London. Sources noted that Meghan wore a pair of Aquazzura Matilde crisscross pumps to the event on Jan. 30 – she announced earlier this year that the Theatre would be one of her four royal patronages – the same pair she wore at the official announcement of her engagement to Prince Harry at the Sunken Gardens of Kensington Palace in November 2017. This time, she teamed the stylish pumps with a gorgeous V-neck dress by Brandon Maxwell.…

1 min.
kylie harassed

KYLIE MINOGUE HAS BEEN LEFT SHAKEN after a man in his 40s “refused to leave” her West London home. The Aussie singer, who has been based in the UK for the past two decades, was forced to call police after the man reportedly rang her doorbell for hours. Neighbours have told UK’s The Sun newspaper that the man has been harassing the singer for weeks in a “sustained campaign.” “It came to a head when the man repeatedly pressed the intercom button to her home for hours on end last week and refused to leave,” a neighbour said. “Kylie was quite upset and called in police. They spoke to Kylie, and also the suspect in the street for quite a while.” Another neighbour claimed the same man was seen in the area weeks…

1 min.
vicious attack

A CHICAGO POLICE SPOKESMAN HAS TOLD WHO HE is optimistic video evidence will surface to help solve the apparent hate-crime attack against Empire star Jussie Smollett. The actor was set upon after visiting a Subway store for a late-night snack in the early hours of Tuesday morning. “He was attacked by two men,” Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tells WHO. “They were masked and wearing black clothing. They called him an Empire ... and they used a homophobic slur. “They also used the N-word. They proceed to assault him, and throw a chemical on him that may have been bleach, and put a rope around his neck.” Guglielmi says police are certain they can catch the perpetrators by combing through surveillance footage. The attack on Smollett comes after additional security was hired for the Empire…