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Lewis Hamilton’s ex Nicole Scherzinger, 41, gets fans hot and bothered in fully nude look

Lewis Hamilton’s ex Nicole Scherzinger, 41, gets fans hot and bothered in fully nude look

Entertainment
The former X Factor judge is just back from a relaxing few weeks in Hawaii, and it seems that the time off has done her a world of good. Finally back in LA, Nicole Scherzinger got dressed to the nines for the day ahead, pausing only to take a few outfit shots for her fans. The 41-year-old looked sensational, wearing head-to-toe nude in the form of a bodycon skirt and a camisole top. Her killer curves – which she earned through hard graft in the gym – were on full show in the figure-hugging look. The singer, who formerly dated Formula One pro Lewis Hamilton, slicked her hair back and added a pair of gold hoops. With a layer of lipgloss and a pair of beige skyscraper heels, she fit right in with the VIP crowds back in Hollywood. She added the cheeky caption to t...
Manchester 'impossible to fully recover from' – Grande

Manchester 'impossible to fully recover from' – Grande

Entertainment
Ariana Grande has described the Manchester Arena terror attack as something "that seems impossible to fully recover from". The singer had just finished performing in the city for her Dangerous Woman world tour in May 2017 when suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated an explosive device in the arena foyer, killing 22 people and injuring hundreds of others.Grande, 25, was physically unharmed in the attack but suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder afterwards.In the fourth episode of her docu-series, Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries, the star shares a letter about the attack. 1:...
Canada becomes 2nd country to fully legalize marijuana

Canada becomes 2nd country to fully legalize marijuana

World
Canadian lawmakers approved landmark legislation on Tuesday to fully legalize marijuana. The move will make Canada the second country in the world to legalize cannabis for both medical and recreational purposes nationwide. Uruguay was the first to fully legalize the drug. Bill C-45, also known as the Cannabis Act, was first introduced on April 13, 2017, in a bid to legalize and regulate the recreational use of weed. The bill passed in the House of Commons that November and then passed in the Senate on Tuesday night by a vote of 52-29, with two abstentions. Medicinal use of the drug has been legal in Canada since 2001. The proposed legislation allows adults in Canada to legally possess and use up to 30 grams of dried cannabis in public, as well as cultivate up to four cannabis plants...
Standing to attention: Rhian Sugden comes out of retirement for fully naked Army shoot

Standing to attention: Rhian Sugden comes out of retirement for fully naked Army shoot

Entertainment
BODYINMIND.COM NAKED DREAM: Rhian Sugden caused jaws to drop with her naked pic While the big day which celebrates the best of the British Army and Navy isn't until June 30, Rhian has made sure everyone is in the celebratory mood.The blonde beauty has teamed up with Bodyinmind.com for an impossibly hot photoshoot.Taking off every single piece of clothing, the former Page 3 babe left almost nothing to the imagination.Sitting on the front of a Jeep, Rhian proudly flaunted her trim figure as she posed up a storm.  Rhian Sugden's sexiest pictures   Former page 3 babe Rhian Sugden strips down to some of the sexiest lingerie we have ever seen. ...
Fully electric Mini to be built at UK plant

Fully electric Mini to be built at UK plant

Business
A fully electric version of the Mini is to be built at BMW's plant in Cowley, near Oxford, the carmaker has announced.The firm's German owners BMW said the new model will go into production in 2019 and will be a variant of its three-door hatch model.Its electric drivetrain - which is comprised of a collection of components in a vehicle that transfer power from the transmission to the wheels - will be built in Bavaria, before being integrated into the car at the Cowley site.The announcement is a vote of confidence for the 4,500-strong workforce at the UK plant in the run-up to Brexit - and comes just weeks after staff voted to accept a new pensions offer following a series of strikes.Len McCluskey, general secretary of Unite, described the move as "a huge and totally deserved boost to a wor...