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2019 has already been a whirlwind. January is officially 51 weeks long, and the only thing keeping us entertained during this dark time are random AF celebrity couplings.

From the weirdness that was (possibly) Kate Beckinsale and Pete Davidson, now there rises a newer, just as odd pairing; Naomi Campbell and none other than LIAM PAYNE.

*Gasp* Cheryl's ex-beau and baby daddy to Bear has been leaving flirtatious notes on the supermodel's Instagram, which is the modern day equivalent of a love letter.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Ms Campbell is always lookin' fresh to death, and it's well known that she doesn't age.

She uploaded this stunner snap of herself pre-show at Louis Vuitton, rocking the 'fro, and captioned it; "Pre-show XX".

Never one to get left behind, Liam snuck up and wrote THIS steamy comment underneath: "Perfection in a person … don't give me those eyes."

There were some rose and eye emojis inserted, which really brought that flirt game up.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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This ain't the first time there has been flanter between the duo; almost a week ago, Mr Payne posted this image to Instagram of himself seductively gazing at himself in the mirror.

The iconic veteran model commented; "Beautiful Soul", to which Liam replied, "takes one to know one." PHEW.

It's getting hot in here, alright. There's quite an age gap, but who are we to judge? 

Let's see where this one goes, shall we? *Puts binoculars on*

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The X-Factor isn't the stage you want to bomb on, particularly if you were a judge on the singing show.

You're literally judging other people and giving them the boot based on their talent and ability.

So you better perform your heart out and show them what it takes to reach superstar status.

Unfortunately, Cheryl didn't get the memo, Twitter exploded with opinions about her appearance – and they aren't good.

Despite the critics, many fans jumped to her defence.

They applauded the singer for her live vocals and full dance routine. 

However, we are team CRINGE – perhaps it was the song itself or her dancing, but we felt awkward from start to finish.

Judge for yourself and let us know what you think.

Feature Image credit: cheryldaily/Instagram

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It's something we'd more readily associate with Hollywood movies: two predators of the forest put their differences aside to strike up an unlikely – and lasting – friendship.

But it seems that, just occasionally, real-life can also imitate the big-screen.

Lassi Rautiainen is a 56-year-old Finnish photographer who regularly works in the wilds of the northern regions of his native country.

And it was there that he spotted a rather unusual sight: a male black bear and a female grey wolf who spent several hours together daily – even on occassion sharing food.

"It’s very unusual to see a bear and a wolf getting on like this," Lassi confirmed afterwards.

He spotted the animals together every night for ten nights, observing that they would usually socialise together during the hours 8pm and 4am. 

"No-one can know exactly why or how the young wolf and bear became friends," Lassi furthermore reported while in conversation with Mail Online.

"I think that perhaps they were both alone and they were young and a bit unsure of how to survive alone. It seems to me that they feel safe being together, and so every evening met up for their dinner."

Mr Rautiainen added: "It is nice to share rare events in the wild that you would never expect to see."

He also explained: "When I realised that no one had observed bears and wolves living near each other and becoming friends in Europe, I concentrated more and more on getting pictures to show what can happen in nature."

A former teacher, Lassi has worked as a photographer since 1978 and has had a number of books published featuring his work.

He says that after beginning with bears, he graduated to snapping wolverines and eventually wolves.

Lassi has also liaised closely with the Finnish government, advising it on the use of bait for photography, and on a ban on bear hunting. 

 

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This is unbelievable! 

When a crow was struggling to swim in a pond, we bet he thought he was a goner once a big brown bear tried to fish him out…

Amazingly, the bear simply rescued the crow, laid him on the side and carried on doing his bear business. 

The crow looks pretty shook after, not to mention glad to be alive. 

It just goes to show that no creature likes to see another in trouble. 

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Dublin restaurant BEAR has revealed an exciting new menu – just in time for that lovely Bank Holiday weekend!

The South William Street eatery will launch its new weekend menu this Saturday (May 31st), showcasing a fresh and delicious new twist on brunch.

There’s no need to sacrifice your lazy weekend lie-in,  as the menu is available from 10am to 5pm!

The restaurant will showcase over 20 new dishes across four menu sections – The Early Riser, Weekenders, Grill and Salads.

You can make it personal with a choice of sauces and sides, or add eggs, bacon, sausage – pretty much anything within reason!

There’s a choice of fresh juices or toast the weekend with drinks from the bar.

Get your weekend off to healthy start with Grilled Pink Grapefruit with ginger sugar at €4.75 or Spelt Granola topped with caramel apple, highbank orchard syrup and yoghurt for €5.25.

Stand out weekenders dishes include the Spuntino Egg – a duck egg yolk resting on serrano ham and emmenthal in a nest of crusty bread, drizzled with truffle oil at €8.95, the Red Flannel Hash with steak, beets and potato topped with two fried eggs, served with hot sauce on the side for €11.95, and the Pineapple and Cream Cheese stuffed French Toast, €8.95.

The high heat grills at BEAR will give you a mouth-watering Minute Steak & fries at €10, an 8oz Rump at €14.95 or a 9oz Strip Loin, €19.95.

The sauce selection at two each or three for €5 includes tarragon red wine garlic butter, smoked garlic aioli, roast chili, watercress & horseradish butter, chimichurri, chipotle mayonnaise or pink peppercorn whiskey thyme butter.

BEAR is a collaboration between Jamie Heaslip and Jo’Burger – and buys only from Irish owned companies.

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