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Love Island's Dani Dyer stuns fans with dramatic transformation: 'What have you done?'

Love Island's Dani Dyer stuns fans with dramatic transformation: 'What have you done?'

Entertainment
EastEnders actor Danny Dyer, 41, was left beaming with pride earlier this year when his eldest daughter became a Love Island champion.Dani Dyer, 22, won over the nation alongside her boyfriend Jack Fincham, 27, with the pair bagging the £50k prize fund.In keeping with her newfound celeb status, Dani has continued to set tongues wagging since leaving the villa.The Essex native peaked fans' excitement earlier this week when she claimed Jack had proposed to her, but it turned out to be an elaborate prank courtesy of the Capital FM Breakfast show team. Related Articles But Dani has now set tongues wagging once more, by debuting her dramatic transformation on her official Instagram profile.Taking to her main page, the rising starlet posted snap of herself mode...
Dramatic photos reveal chaotic aftermath of typhoon in Japan

Dramatic photos reveal chaotic aftermath of typhoon in Japan

World
Aerial photos looking down on the damage left by Typhoon Jebi one day after it hit Japan show the awesome power of the strongest storm to strike the island nation in 25 years, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. About 3,000 travelers were forced to spend the night at Kansai Airport in Osaka because of flooding from a storm surge, which forced officials to close the airport indefinitely, Japan's public broadcaster NHK reported. A bridge that connects the airport to the mainland — the only one, in fact — was also damaged when a 2,500-ton fuel tanker was blown into it during the storm. Cranes collapsed and shipping containers were strewn around by winds that the Associated Press reports gusted up to 110 mph. A ship in Nishinomiya City appeared to be beyond ...
Kerry Katona unveils DRAMATIC new look in barely-there outfit

Kerry Katona unveils DRAMATIC new look in barely-there outfit

Entertainment
She recently announced she’s officially off the market, having gone public with new boyfriend, hunky personal trainer Ryan Mahoney.And it looks as if romance most definitely suits Kerry Katona, who looked positively glowing as she attended The Sun's Love Island bash in London on Monday night.The reality star – who has recently shed more than two stone – ensured all eyes were on her in a vibrant and eye-catching outfit as she flaunted her incredible figure.Donning a plunging halter neck, backless top and a pair of stylish red flare rousers, the former Atomic Kittens singer put every inch of her toned physique on display as she happily posed for photographers. Hewitt / SplashNews.com TRANSFORMATION: Ke...
Ariana Grande undergoes dramatic transformation from 'good girl’ persona

Ariana Grande undergoes dramatic transformation from 'good girl’ persona

Entertainment
Shaking her infamous dark hair slicked back in a high ponytail, Ariana dropped her usual look for blonde beach waves.Posing with next to no makeup, the star stunned her fans and even celeb pal, Gigi Hadid, who saw the cover of the new Vogue shoot and tweeted Ariana sayingL "BEAUTIFUL @ARIANAGRANDE !!!!!! [sic]"Aside from the natural look that Ari took up in her latest shoot, the star posed in a short dress revealing her fishnet tights.While getting a glimpse of her provocative side, Ariana opened up and spilled all during her interview with British Vogue.  CRAIG MCDEAN QUICK FLASH: Ariana flashed her underwear in her fishnet tights for Vogue CRAIG MCDEAN ...
Study reveals dramatic loss of genetic diversity among Columbia River Chinook salmon

Study reveals dramatic loss of genetic diversity among Columbia River Chinook salmon

Science
Jan. 10 (UPI) -- Genetic diversity helps species survive and adapt to changing environmental conditions. Unfortunately for the Columbia River Chinook salmon, the species has lost nearly two-thirds of its genetic diversity.Scientists at Washington State University collected and analyzed DNA samples from salmon found in the Snake and Columbia rivers. They compared their genome to DNA samples from salmon bones dating to 7,000 years ago.The results -- published this week in the journal PLOS One -- show the salmon has experienced a dramatic decline in genetic diversity.Researchers aren't sure what's driving the decline but believe the arrival of European settlers in the 1800s played a significant role."The big question is: Is it the dams or was it this huge fishing pressure when Europeans arriv...