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Private Sydney: Celebrity gardener Jamie Durie to dig deep after court battle

For 20 years Jamie Durie threw everything he had into building an empire that spanned the globe, but today the celebrity gardener is staring down the gauntlet of a Supreme Court decision that could end up costing him more than $ 1 million. A fortnight ago Justice Michael Slattery found largely in favour of Durie’s former business manager Mike Curnow, who sued Durie – the former stripper-turned-television personality – after Curnow’s services were terminated in 2013. Play VideoDon’t Play Up Next The Soul Movers: Wiggle and the Birdman Play VideoDon’t…

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Instagram hack: Celebrity contact details revealed

Instagram has revealed a flaw in its systems revealed “a number of” stars’ phone numbers and email addresses to cyber-attackers. The Facebook-owned social network has emailed verified members, usually prominent figures, to let them know. It said it believed “one or more” attackers had targeted high-profile stars to get their contact information. Instagram said passwords had not been stolen but warned users to watch for suspicious activity on their accounts. However, it did not say which accounts had been affected. The security breach was made possible due to a bug…

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News: Celebrity Cruises partners with Regional Maritime University, Ghana

Celebrity Cruises has signed a partnership with Regional Maritime University in Ghana. For the first time in cruise industry history, female bridge officers will be openly recruited from a West African country through a new Celebrity Cadet Programme in partnership with RMU. With the announcement, the brand is also excited to welcome the first official new crew member from the programme, RMU cadet Nicholine Tifuh Azirh, who will be joining the bridge team on-board Celebrity Equinox. The partnership with RMU came about when Celebrity Cruises’ president Lisa Lutoff-Perlo met with…

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The first reality star: For better or worse, Princess Diana paved the way for the likes of Kim Kardashian by changing the way women dealt with celebrity

When Diana, Princess of Wales, died 20 years ago at the age of 36, she was among the most famous, most photographed women in the world. The Paris car crash that resulted in her death eerily echoed a pattern set by other beautiful, gone-too-soon blonds – most obviously Grace Kelly – but the tsunami of grief that swept the world for months, and years, after made it clear that she was something more, something new entirely. Diana was the first, and remains the most influential, reality star. Charles and Diana…

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Celebrity Big Brother: Who are the contestants?

Celebrity Big Brother starts on Tuesday night – and we’re sure you’ve all been waiting with bated breath to find out who will be entering the house. Right? Well, wonder no more. We’ve got the lowdown on the famous, the little bit famous and the “we’re not quite sure” contestants. Rylan Clark-Neal and Emma Willis will resume hosting duties as 16 housemates join the show. Who will survive and who will crumble under the scrutiny of the cameras? Sarah Harding should need little introduction – the singer was part of…

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Chrissy Teigen the latest celebrity blocked by President Trump on Twitter

This time, the final straw wasn’t even a particularly creative insult. After President Trump tweeted his disappointment in his Republican colleagues Sunday – “It’s very sad that Republicans, even some that were carried over the line on my back, do very little to protect their president” – model Chrissy Teigen fired off a quick reply: “Lolllllll no one likes you.” Chrissy Teigen has finally been blocked by President Trump. Photo: Getty That simple sentiment was, apparently, enough to make Teigen the newest celebrity member of a club that has rapidly grown…

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