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Look: K-pop star Hwasa to make solo debut Feb. 13

Look: K-pop star Hwasa to make solo debut Feb. 13

Entertainment
Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Mamamoo singer Hwasa will make her solo debut this month. The 23-year-old K-pop star, born Ahn Hye-jin, announced the news Wednesday on the Mamamoo official Twitter account. Hwasa shared a sultry teaser showing her gazing at the camera in bed. The singer will make her solo debut Feb. 13. "2019.02.13 6PM HWASA SOLO DEBUT #MAMAMOO #HWASA," the post reads. Mamamoo consists of four members: Hwasa, Solar, Moonbyul and Wheein. Wheein made her solo debut in April with the single "Easy," while Moonbyul released her debut solo single "Selfish" in May. As a group, Mamamoo last released the EP Blue;s in November. The K-pop stars are known for the singles "You're the Best," "Yes I Am" and "Starry Night." Let's block ads! (Why?) Entertainment News - UPI.com
The TRUTH behind Trinny Woodall’s new look revealed? 

The TRUTH behind Trinny Woodall’s new look revealed? 

Entertainment
Trinny Woodall left viewers questioning if she'd had work done during her recent appearance on This Morning. The 54-year-old fashionista has spoken openly in the past about getting Botox – and faced backlash for doing so.After she made an appearance on This Morning last year, viewers were confused as to why someone who admits to getting Botox was promoting skin care products.But following her latest appearance on the morning talk show, it got people wondering if the beauty guru has had more work done.  Related Articles A spokesperson for MYA Cosmetic Surgery told Daily Star Online that it is “possible” that Trinny has had the non-surgical treatment of dermal fillers to her cheeks. “Filler plumps up skin sections, as plumpne...
New Look to slash debt by £1bn to restore profitabilty

New Look to slash debt by £1bn to restore profitabilty

Business
Fashion retailer New Look plans to cut its debt by £1bn and raise more money to turnaround the business. The company, which is closing its remaining 120 stores in China as well as 60 stores in the UK to return to profitability, said it had agreed with key shareholders to slash its debt from £1.35bn to £350m.It will raise £150m in new money to finance its business and by cutting its debt its interest payments would be reduced to £40m from £80m a year.New Look avoided a collapse into administration after creditors and landlords agreed in March to back a plan to close 60 stores in the UK.Executive chairman Alistair McGeorge said: "Today's agreement represents a critical step in our turnaround plans and lays the foundations to secure the future an...
Look away Lord Sugar: Apprentice winner Sian Gabbidon busts from dress in red carpet tease

Look away Lord Sugar: Apprentice winner Sian Gabbidon busts from dress in red carpet tease

Entertainment
Joining Bruce Willis, Samuel L Jackson and James McAvoy on the white carpet at the Curzon cinema in Mayfair, the Apprentice winner dazzled as she strutted her stuff for the cameras.Keen to impress, Lord Sugar's rising star slipped into a skin-tight red number.Letting her curves speak for themselves the businesswomen beamed away as she turned her sex appeal up to 100.Featuring a plunging neckline Sian's gown allowed her to put her killer chest on show. Related Articles Pushing up her chest, the starlet squeezed her assets together to create a larger-than-life cleavage.In fact, Sian's look was so risqué that it looked like she could spill from the garment at any moment.Taking to Instagram to show off her red hot look, the brunette beauty shared a string of cheeky selfies along with...
Washington Wizards look for magic on road vs. Detroit Pistons

Washington Wizards look for magic on road vs. Detroit Pistons

Sports
Scott Brooks' wish after Christmas is to see his team improve dramatically in road games. The disappointing Washington Wizards only won four of 19 road games before the holiday. They'll try to change those fortunes when they play at Detroit on Wednesday. Washington has lost its last six away games, including a 105-89 defeat at Indiana on Sunday. The Wizards trailed by 20 points after three quarters. "What concerns me the most is our inconsistency on the road," Brooks said. "We haven't played well on the road and we have to get better on the road. We haven't made enough good plays for each other on the road like we do at home. We have to figure out how to play better on the road as a group." The Wizards committed 22 turnovers on Sunday, leading to 25 Indiana points. They were a little...