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What would Santa say? Lizzie Cundy lifts up dress for stockings flash

What would Santa say? Lizzie Cundy lifts up dress for stockings flash

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The presenter and TV personality got very saucy as she dressed in a teeny Santa suit.Lizzie Cundy Instagram reveals often wow.However, they have nothing on her latest festive snaps.Lizzie, 47, was seen posing playfully for the camera as she donned a skimpy red dress.FLYNET/SPLASH NEWSMINX: Lindsey lifted up her Santa skirt for a saucy flashFLYNET/SPLASH NEWSFESTIVE: The star was getting in the Christmas spiritShe teamed this with cheeky striped stockings and studded black boots.The mum-of-two was also sporting a racy black choker, as well as a Santa hat of course.The ageless star made things extra raunchy as she lifted up her dress for an extra flash of her pins.Santa's naughty helpers 'Tis the season to be sexy. Our favourite celebrities get into the festive spirit in sexy Santa cost...
Hayek accuses Weinstein of sexual harassment

Hayek accuses Weinstein of sexual harassment

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Hollywood star Salma Hayek has become the latest actress to speak out against film producer Harvey Weinstein, accusing him of sexual harassment and branding him a "monster".The Mexican-born 51-year-old hit out at the Hollywood mogul in a revealing article published in the New York Times, detailing alleged sexual harassment, bullying and threats made against her.She claimed he once told her: "I will kill you, don't think I can't."The actress, who said she was inspired to share her experiences after others came forward, wrote about her time working on the 2002 film Frida - in which she played Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.Hayek said she was initially pleased to work with Weinstein but claimed she soon found herself rejecting sexual advances from the producer.:: Harvey Weinstein accused of dire...
Helen Flanagan turns red carpet vixen in sheer dress

Helen Flanagan turns red carpet vixen in sheer dress

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PAHELEN FLANAGAN: The Coronation Street actress wowed in the eye-catching sheer dressThe Coronation Street cast member — who plays fan-favourite Rosie Webster — is no stranger to dropping jaws with her blonde bombshell appearance.And Helen did just that when she arrived at The Sun Military Awards in London this evening.Ensuring all eyes were on her, the Brit beauty stepped onto the red carpet wearing a midi-length black gown with metallic embellishments.Showcasing her flair for fashion, the 27-year-old embraced the see-through clothing trend that has dominated 2017.WennBLONDE AMBITION: The 27-year-old dared to flash a little skinHelen Flanagan's sexiest moments We take a look at Helen Flanagan's sexiest moments Looking every inch the small screen siren in the sheer-panelled number, wh
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has critics in raptures

Star Wars: The Last Jedi has critics in raptures

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"Rousing." "Thrilling." "Addictively bold." Just a few of the superlatives the critics are using to describe the latest film in the Star Wars saga.The Last Jedi, writes the Telegraph, is "enormous fun" and "will leave fans beaming with surprise".The Guardian calls it "an explosive sugar rush of spectacle" possessing "a tidal wave of energy and emotion".Variety, though, swims against the tide, describing it as "the longest and least essential chapter in the series".Rian Johnson's film, says Peter Debruge, is "ultimately a disappointment" that "gives in to the same winking self-parody that is poisoning other franchises of late."Writing in The Verge, Tasha Robinson tends to agree: "Audiences will likely come away from The Last Jedi with a lot of complaints and questions." Released in the UK o...
No-spoiler review: Star Wars has changed forever

No-spoiler review: Star Wars has changed forever

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A long time ago, I gave up on Star Wars. Grew tired of bad acting and vague catchphrases. "What this franchise needs is a rebel," I thought. Now it has found one.Light and darkness. Good and evil. Empire and rebellion.There is a reason why this binary vision of the world is the cornerstone of any nutritious blockbuster. Kids love it because they get it, while older fans accept being tricked into seeing the world as black and white.That's why we have heroes and villains. Sometimes the hero breaks bad but, once that happens, there is seldom any hope left for him.Since the Star Wars franchise was reinvented nearly two decades ago, it has been plagued by cliches and bad characters.Video:Questions The Last Jedi needs to answer::The Last Jedi: First reactions to the new Star WarsEpisodes went fo...