Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt and Gwyn Paltrow have no hard feelings

So, what will Angelina Jolie say? Brad Pitt, his ex fiancé Gwyneth Paltrow and ex wife Jennifer Aniston all party together for Friends star’s 50th She celebrated  her 50th birthday with quite a star-studded line up on Saturday night.  And fans were delighted to see that there’s no hard feeling between Jennifer Aniston, her ex-husband Brad Pitt and his ex-fiance […]

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Marcus Rashford proves Jose Mourinho’s touchline antics are no distraction during Manchester United draw with Southampton

A point against Southampton wasn't enough to lift the criticism from the beleaguered boss but Rashford's performance alone at least salvaged something from a thrilling contest with two sensational assists. On Tuesday the England striker left Mourinho shrugging his shoulders to the bench after watching the youngster miss a sitter against Young Boys. Mourinho was heavily criticised for his actions […]

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Jordan Fisher Proves Dreams Do Come True By Revealing Old Tweet About Playing Mark in ‘Rent’

It was just announced today that Jordan Fisher will be playing Mark Cohen in Fox’s upcoming live musical of Rent – and it’s something that he’s been dreaming of forever. “y’all know I’m always sipping on some tea I’m frankly dying to spill,” Jordan tweeted to his fans after the news was revealed. “What y’all don’t know is that fourteen […]

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Fit For Purpose proves exactly that for Birchley

A last-minute decision to enter Fit For Purpose has given trainer Liam Birchley back-to-back wins in the Listed Tattersall’s Mile (1600m) at Doomben yesterday. Former Victorian jockey Dale Smith got a boost to his new career in Queensland when Fit For Purpose ($12) finished along the rails to win the last stakes race of the season. Mile high: Dale Smith […]

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Cherry-Evans proves himself, locks up halfback spot: Walters, Slater

Queensland coach Kevin Walters has declared Daly Cherry-Evans has cemented the Maroons No.7 jersey after a starring role in his comeback game. Billy Slater was a controversial selection for the Wally Lewis medal, but most pundits believe Cherry-Evans was the best on ground in the Maroons’ stirring win at Suncorp Stadium. Billy Slater congratulates Daly Cherry-Evans on his match-turning try. […]

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Waterhouse magic proves the making of many jockeys

It’s been the wailing season for jockeys, with Nash Rawiller and Craig Williams both prime subjects. This week, when considering which hoop had benefited most from being under the wing of Gai Waterhouse, Rawiller came to mind. Happier times: Nash Rawiller returns after winning the Hong Kong Sprint on Mr Stunning last year. This was prompted by the Waterhouse stayer […]

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