The TOWIE star revealed earlier this week that she’s set to join the new series of Celebs Go Dating.Lauren Goodger made the announcement on Instagram on Wednesday, sharing a snap of herself alongside fellow contestants Jack Fincham, Megan Barton Hanson, Lee Ryan, Lady Colin Campbell and Nathan Henry.She captioned the snap: “So, ok kept it quiet for a while… but yes I’m doing Celeb’s Go Dating.”And the 32-year-old reality TV star has now revealed exactly what she’s looking for in a potential partner. Related Articles Uploading a sneak peek of the upcoming Channel 4 show, Lauren said: “I’m looking for confidence, someone outgoing and independent and not someone who depends on me.”“I want to have a good family, so a good dad for my kids and a husband and just up for having a bit of fun and
Mega Millions Jackpot estimated at $ 540 million dollars.Getty ImagesThe Mega Millions jackpot has spilled over $ 400 million and would be the ninth largest winning since the game began in 2002.With no one hitting the right numbers Friday night, the next drawing on Tuesday is at $ 418 million.The top prize has been climbing for more than two months now. Your chance of wining is 1 in about 302 million.For Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing, the cash option — which most winners go with — is $ 263.3 million.The 24% federal tax withholding would reduce that amount by $ 63.1 million. However, the top marginal tax rate of 37% means owing a lot more to the IRS at tax time.Assuming you had no reduction to your taxable income — such as large charitable contributions — another 13%, or $ 34.2 mill
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Facebook spent more than $ 22m (£19.4m) on Mark Zuckerberg's personal security in 2018 - more than double the amount spent the previous year, records have shown.The Facebook founder, like many other tech chief executives, only takes a base salary of $ 1 (88p), but his "other" compensation was listed at $ 22.6m - and almost all spent on his security. Nearly $ 20m went directly on security for Mr Zuckerberg and his family in 2018, up from $ 9m in 2017, whilst the social media giant also spent $ 2.6m (£2.3m) on private jets for its founder - which it said was also part of his security programme. Image: The social media giant wants governments to help regulate the internet Defending the payments, the regulatory filing by Facebook said: "H