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Liz Hurley, 54, gets fans fired up by squeezing into smoking hot striped bikini

Liz Hurley, 54, gets fans fired up by squeezing into smoking hot striped bikini

Entertainment
The Brit beauty relocated to Hollywood a number of years ago, in a bid to get more acting gigs across the pond. If there’s anything LA has that the UK doesn’t, its buckets of sunshine – and Liz Hurley is making full use of that Vitamin D. The 54-year-old kicked back on a sun lounger over the weekend to top up her tan. Showing off her cracking figure, she struck a pose in one of her own designs, from her label, Elizabeth Hurley Beach. Leaning back and tilting her face up towards the light, she modelled a barely-there bikini featuring nautical stripes and gold chain straps. Complete with golden highlights throughout, her hair was worn down in effortlessly casual waves. Adding a tinted pair of shades and a lick of lipgloss, the golden goddess look was comple
Jesse Lingard Snapchat video: talkSPORT host Adrian Durham tells Manchester United fans – ‘don’t pretend Ryan Giggs was an angel’

Jesse Lingard Snapchat video: talkSPORT host Adrian Durham tells Manchester United fans – ‘don’t pretend Ryan Giggs was an angel’

Sports
'HYPOCRITES' Drivetime presenter questions why everyone seems to be so offended by the England international's bad language in a video he posted online Adrian Durham has defended Manchester United star Jesse Lingard over the video he posted on social media that has sparked a frenzy from fans and in the media. And he sent a message to the ‘hypocritical’ Red Devils supporters who have been offended by his behaviour, saying: ‘Don’t pretend Ryan Giggs was an angel’. See what Adrian Durham had to say on the Jesse Lingard video below A number of United supporters have voiced their outrage and disgust with the England international over his foul language in a tasteless video he uploaded to Snapchat this week. In the clip, from a post-season holiday
U20 World Cup: Runners-up South Korea feted before fans in Seoul

U20 World Cup: Runners-up South Korea feted before fans in Seoul

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SEOUL, June 17 (UPI) -- Players and coaches of the South Korean men's under-20 football team were feted in front of fans in the nation's capital Monday for their unexpected run to second place at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland. Coached by Chung Jung-yong, South Korea reached the championship final of the biennial youth tournament for the first time. They lost to Ukraine 3-1 on Saturday, but they were still greeted warmly by hundreds of fans at Incheon International Airport, west of Seoul, earlier Monday. Later in the day, the Korea Football Association organized a welcome reception at Seoul Plaza, in front of Seoul City Hall, with fans gathered to get a closer look at the future faces of South Korean football. Chung thanked the fans for their unwavering support. "We didn't reach the ...
Nations League: England fans’ behaviour ‘an embarrassment’

Nations League: England fans’ behaviour ‘an embarrassment’

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Media playback is not supported on this device Fans responsible for trouble in Porto before Thursday's Nations League semi-final are "not true England supporters" and an "embarrassment to the team", the Football Association has said.Two England fans were arrested in clashes with riot police on Wednesday night and two officers were injured.Bottles were thrown at Portuguese fans in a fans' zone as supporters watched Portugal beat Switzerland 3-1. It was the second night in a row that supporters had caused trouble.A UK police chief has called their behaviour "completely u...