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Met Gala 2019: Celebrities reveal their ‘campest’ looks on the red carpet

Met Gala 2019: Celebrities reveal their ‘campest’ looks on the red carpet

Entertainment
The Met Gala, an annual benefit event for the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, is considered one of the world's biggest fashion events. It is known for its exclusive guest list, its expensive tickets and - most of all - its extravagant outfits, based on a different theme each year.This year, that theme was Camp: Notes on Fashion - to coincide with an upcoming exhibition at the Met, inspired by US writer and political activist Susan Sontag's 1964 essay, Notes on Camp. The outfits this year will therefore, like the exhibition, be based on "irony, humour, parody, pastiche, artifice, theatricality and exaggeration".And showing everyone how it was done at the very start of the night was singer Lady Gaga, who arrived in a billowi...
Ariel Winter looks unrecognisable with red hair: ‘I thought this was Bella Thorne!’

Ariel Winter looks unrecognisable with red hair: ‘I thought this was Bella Thorne!’

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Most know her as Alex Dunphy from hit comedy TV series Modern Family. But now Ariel Winters is all grown up - and looks completely different from the geeky teen character we know and love. The 21-year-old took to Instagram over the weekend to share a transformation shot, looking almost unrecognisable with a new ‘do. Since landing a role on the hit show aged 10, she has always worn her hair in long, black layers.  Related Articles In the snap posted, fans were surprised to see that her hair was a light shade of ginger, falling around her face in surfer waves. As the photo was taken in her hair salon in Los Angeles, California, it seemed to have been a fresh haircut. On top, she wore a racy black top with a deep plunge neckline. A pair of simple blue den
Government looks to protect votes from risk of foreign interference

Government looks to protect votes from risk of foreign interference

Technology
By Alexander J Martin, technology reporter The government wants to introduce new laws to protect elections and referendums in the UK from the risk of interference by foreign powers.Announcing the move, the minister for the constitution Kevin Foster MP stated: "There is no evidence that British elections or referendums have been compromised." However, he added: "But we need to review and refresh our analogue laws for a digital age, and ensure there are robust safeguards against hostile states, foreign lobbyists and shadowy third parties."According to the government's announcement, the new plans could tackle these potential agents of influence by::: Barring people from running for office if found guilty of abusive behaviour;:: Requiring online election material ...
Europe looks to remold internet with new copyright rules

Europe looks to remold internet with new copyright rules

Technology
The European Union has approved a copyright rule that aims to give more protection to artists and news organizations but which critics say will stifle freedom of speech and online creativity and punish smaller web companies. Artists, celebrities and tech experts have spoken out both in favor and against the EU directive, which the 28 member states are required to adopt as law and got final approval from the European Council Monday. Here's a look at key issues. ——— WHAT DOES THE DIRECTIVE SAY? The most vigorously debated part of the legislation is a section that makes companies responsible for making sure that copyrighted material isn't uploaded to their platforms without permission from the original creator. It puts the legal onus on platforms to prevent copyright infringement but

Corrie’s Kevin Webster looks a long way from the cobbles in dapper Cheltenham Races get-up

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Coronation Street’s Kevin Webster is famous for his signature dark blue boiler suit. Michael Le Vell, the actor who plays him, is rarely seen wearing anything else. But when the 54-year-old arrived at the Cheltenham races on Friday wearing a sophisticated suit, he was barely recognisable. The actor was joined by his co-star Alan Halsall, who most will know as the character Tyrone Dobbs. The two looked fantastic in their formalwear, leaving the streets of Corrie behind them.Michael opted for a three-piece suit made from a checkered grey wool, with a long black overcoat. He allowed his salt and pepper beard to grow out, giving off a very dapper impression altogether. The dad-of-two paired the outfit with a peach striped tie and a traditional tweed paddy ca...