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The internet has been steadily lusting over Noah Centineo ever since he debuted as Peter Kavinsky in To All The Boys I've Loved Before.

They essentially hired him as their boyfriend, and the heartstrings have been tugged at every turn and Instagram photo from the actor.

He certainly knows how to get a reaction, that's for sure. He recently uploaded a series of images from his Calvin Klein modelling shoot, and sent the social media site into meltdown:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Well, our gal Lily didn't waste any time. We don't blame her, she went straight in with the comment and struck GOLD with his reply.

The Love, Rosie actress wrote, "I never look that good when I lounge." We understand that on a spiritual level, but Noah disagreed and wrote back, "Oh please" and a FLAMES emoji.

A flame emoji translates to; "Gurl, you are a fine-ass honey and I want to trap that bee in her hive."  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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An eagle-eyed fan also spotted some love-heart emoji's being exchanged, which in 2019 basically means you're married. We don't make the rules, the online community do, okay?

Emojis appear to decide the fate of existence nowadays, but we truly hope these two can meet again in person and further give evidence of their romance.

They're both gorgeous-looking people, and would have stunner babies.

 Noah and Lily actually do know each other, after working together on a project when he starred alongside and directed her in ARTY's Save Me Tonight music video.

Noah wrote at the time, "I convinced @artymusic to let me direct the music video for Save Me Tonight and somehow Lily Collins agreed to star in it with a bunch of our friends."

Lily also said it was "an insanely fun day." Yeah it was, because Noah was there.

So the dating rumours don't exactly sound legit, but we're heavily enjoying their harmless Insta-flirting. They've got chemistry, don't they?

Long may the flanter last, in our opinion. Carry on, we'll be shipping them in the corner.

Feature image: @lilycollins/Instagram and @ncentineo/Instagram 

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Jameela Jamil doesn't hold anything back when it comes to body-shaming, and abuse in the entertainment industry.

She has become renowned for her comments blasting the Kardashians for endorsing weight-loss products, and also is on a campaign attempting to ban airbrushing and photoshop.

The Good Place actress has now opened up about her feelings regarding designer Karl Lagerfeld, who passed away yesterday aged 85.

Jamil re-tweeted an article entitled Stop Mourning Oppressors: Anti-Condolences for Karl Lagerfeld by Lara Witt, expressing disdain for those who are sharing grief about the controversial designer.

"I’m glad somebody said it. Even if it is a little soon. A ruthless, fat-phobic misogynist shouldn’t be posted all over the internet as a saint gone-too-soon. Talented for sure, but not the best person," she wrote.

Chanel confirmed yesterday that the iconic German visionary had died. Lagerfeld worked as creative director of Fendi, Chanel and K by Karl Lagerfeld simultaneously until his death.

Lagerfeld was renowned globally for his acerbic wit, though some of his comments embroiled him in controversies, particularly those involving weight loss and #MeToo.

He was known for calling Adele "a little too fat", and said of Pippa Middleton; “I don’t like the sister’s face. She should only show her back.” Wow…

Of Princess Diana, he said in a 2006 interview; “She was pretty and she was sweet, but she was stupid." As if that wasn't bad enough, he then got political. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Two years ago on a French TV show, he blamed German Chancellor Angela Merkel for the migrant crisis and invoked the Holocaust.

The Guardian wrote that he quoted; “One cannot – even if there are decades between them – kill millions of Jews so you can bring millions of their worst enemies in their place.” Oh God…

He then targeted legendary actress Meryl Streep, claiming she had specially ordered a Chanel dress to wear to the Oscars, but changed her mind when a different designer offered her a dress. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Meryl completely disputes this, and Chanel doesn’t pay actresses to wear their fashions on the red carpet, despite the fact that many designers in the industry do.

When he was asked about Streep, he said, “A genius actress, but cheapness also, no?” Meryl responded, saying; "Karl Lagerfeld, a prominent designer, defamed me, my stylist, and the illustrious designer whose dress I chose to wear, in an important industry publication. 

"That publication printed this defamation, unchecked." Don't hold back, gal.

Lagerfeld also told a German magazine that he will only hire thin models for his runway shows because “no one wants to see curvy women”.

When asked to comment on model victims of sexual harassment, said: “If you don’t want your pants pulled about, don’t become a model! Join a nunnery." Oh Karl…

Jameela Jamil's reponse to his death has caused some social media users to claim she has a lack of respect for the dead and condemned him too quickly.

“Seriously let’s have some respect for his death keep your opinion at least respectful at this time,” wrote one person. Others showed their support for the actress;

Others claim that she dragged his name too soon, and his family are only beginning to mourn;

“Regardless if your opinion is right or wrong, a lot of people seem to have liked and respected this person. Do you think it would be more respectful to voice your opinion after hes been mourned by friends and family?” wrote another user.

Jamil responded with another, succinct tweet;

She wrote, "Gonna write an essay about this instead of trying to put my thoughts on this into a tweet. How problematic the industry has been for girls is too complex for this."

We look forward to reading this essay, as the issue is definitely a complicated one. Do you agree with Jameela, or think it was too soon?

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Cher is the Queen of Everything and the Coolest Person of All  Time.

Yes, those titles all deserve capital letters – c'mon, we know it's true. 

Cher has become an icon to a whole new generation of movie-fans, thanks to pop culture references on social media. 

Her recent role as Meryl Streep's mum in summer feel-good flick Mamma Mia 2 has only cemented her status as one of Hollywood's legends. 

And then she went and became even more amazing.

How, you ask?

Well, according to The Hollywood Reporter she had to face ageist comments when she turned 40. Yes, 40

Cher spoke about how she had been feeling apprehensive about hitting the milestone in May 1986.

She was working on The Witches of Eastwick at the time and the director, George Miller called her with some unpleasant news. 

“[He] said, ‘I just wanted to call and tell you that I don’t want you in my movie and Jack Nicholson and I think you’re too old and you’re not sexy.’ Good morning, 40!”

While Cher says now that  “tears started streaming down my face” at his awful comments, the man kept banging on. 

“He didn't want to hang up,” she said.

“He just wanted to tell me everything: ‘I hate the way you walk, I hate the way you talk, I don’t like the colour of your hair, I don’t like the colour of your eyes.”

Eh, Cher – he's clearly a a*sehole. 

Obvs, our gal Cher wasn't gonna put up with it. 

“So finally, I was like, ‘OK, look motherf***er,’” she said.

“Yeah, I said the whole thing. I said, ‘You didn't find me under a rock. I was nominated for an Academy Award for Silkwood. And I got the Cannes Film Festival award for best actress for Mask, so goodbye!’”

As she took home the gong for Best Actress at the Academy Award for Moonstruck the following year and more than three decades later she’s making movies and selling out concerts…we think that maybe, just maybe she's having the last laugh.

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that he supports President Donald Trump's criticism from the press. 

The remarks were reportedly made at a private lunch held in New York on Monday. 

The event, hosted by Irish Consul General Ciaran Madden, was for young Irish workers across various sectors in New York City.

According to The Times,  when asked what he thought of Trump's attack on the US press, Leo said that the media was not interested in the truth but only in getting a story.

He was particularly scathing of political journalists, who he claimed were more interested in gossip rather than what the Government is actually doing. 

Reportedly a heated exchange followed as other members pointed out that the media had unearthed the Weinstein sexual assault allegations among other controversies. 

Social media had a strong reaction to Leo's comments, as some agreed with the Taoiseach while others were outraged that he had sided with Trump. 

Some were quick to jump to his defence, saying, ''you can criticise the media while supporting free speech. Taoiseach's points taken out of context imo.''

Others were not so understanding, stating that the whole episode was a ''strange, unsettling criticism of the media by our Taoiseach.'' 

According to RTE News, NUJ Irish General Secretary Seamus Dooley said it was ''bizarre'' that the Taoiseach would side with such a divisive political figure. 

Leo later said that his comments were ''taken out of context.''  

A spokesperson said that the Taoiseach "believes that a free, fair and balanced press is a cornerstone of our democracy".

Judging by the furore on Twitter, it seems like Leo might have a bit more explaining to do…

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From dishing dirt on their exs to taking down Honey G, Little Mix are dominating this week’s headlines.

But just because they’re one of the world’s most popular girl bands, doesn’t mean they’ve escaped the criticism of Twitter’s infamous trolls.

After performing their latest release, Shout Out To My Ex, on The X Factor over the weekend, the girls were hit with a barrage of abuse online for their outfits of choice.

 

#ShoutOutToMyExOUTNOW  xjadex

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Commenting on the band’s mix of leotards, crop tops and thigh-high boots, social media users asked: “Why do Little Mix have to give in/conform and go for the prostitute look?”

Others suggested that the group “have turned into strippers”.

 

It felt so good to be home tonight… Where it all started! Thank you @thexfactor as always

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When quizzed about the comments on The One Show last night, band member Jesy Nelson defended the stars’ style.

She said: “Our mums are all for it and I think it’s nice that we’re four young girls who are confident in our bodies and want to go out there and rock it.”

“We don’t get told what to wear,” she continued.  “If we want to wear something, we’ll wear it.  And the thing is…no one moans when Beyoncé comes out in a leotard, so what’s the difference with us?”

Leigh-Anne Pinnock suggested that because the girls first entered the entertainment world in their teens, the public sometimes forget that they are now adults.

She said: “Obviously on The X Factor five years ago we looked so young, we didn’t know what we were doing…Now our fashion’s evolved and we’re a bit more daring and we’re very confident in ourselves.  That’s a good thing, no?”   

If it’s good enough for Beyoncé, it’s good enough for us.

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It seems like Kylie Jenner is really treating herself for her birthday this year.

Not only did she buy herself a new dog and a $200,000 car, but now she's getting a little Insta treat, too.

The reality star took to Twitter to reveal that she's going to disable her comments:

She wrote: "So I'm trying out disabling my comments on Instagram because I'm done w people self-promoting & the "LB"s."

So, it's actually not all the haters that she wants to say goodbye to, it's the annoying 'LB' comments that bother her most, which we totally understand. 

When you're trying to read through a celeb's comments, they're annoying AF.

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Clueless actress Stacey Dash is not too impressed by Kanye West’s recent comments about rape, comparing the intrusion of the paparazzi to the violation of rape.

And it looks as if it wasn’t just the general public that disagreed with his comments, but celebrities too!

The actress was speaking on Fox News Wednesday when she blasted the rapper’s misuse of the word rape: “For Kanye to say rape, maybe he needs to go spend some time on Rikers Island … Go to Rikers for a while and then he’ll know what rape is. I don’t get celebrities not understanding that the paparazzi are doing their job.”

Yikes! Fighting words, Stacey!

Kanye is not the first person to compare the paparazzi intrusion to rape, with Charlize causing a storm with similar comments recently.

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Gwyneth Paltrow has done it again!

Not long after she insulted thousands of women around the world with her comments about motherhood, she has now likened dealing with online trolls to war.

The actress had this to say about online comments made about her: “You come across [online comments] about you and your friends, and it’s a very dehumanizing thing. It’s almost like how, in war, you go through this bloody, dehumanizing thing, and then something is defined out of it.”

People on Twiiter have reacted angrily to her comments, especially those with loved ones serving in the army.

We have no doubt that dealing with online comments made about her is very difficult, but her words were an extremely poor choice.

Gwynnie, you really, really, need to know when saying nothing means you are saying much, much more.

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Jodie Marsh has been given an apology by online fashion label ASOS after they called her a ‘man’.

The original tweet showed a snap of Jodie competing in a bodybuilding competition in response to a male customer who messaged saying, “Would you mind employing a model who’s built like a man or anyone who actually lifts can buy clothes that fit from you?”

ASOS replied with the picture and said, “This do?”

Taking to her social networking account, the Celebrity Big Brother star fumed, “So @ASOS are saying I look like a man. I am utterly horrified at this comment. Totally unacceptable from such a large company. BULLIES!”

“Check my last RT to see what bullies @ASOS are! Talk about being slapped in the face. This is disgusting and I am horrified. I’m gobsmacked,” she said.

The bosses at ASOS have apologised to Jodie and said their comment was a “genuine mistake”.

“The picture of Jodie Marsh was posted today was a genuine mistake and we’re deeply sorry. We’ve apologised personally to Jodie and made a plan with her to make this right,” they said.

“It is never our intention to hurt, embarrass or upset anyone and promoting positive body-image is something that’s very important to us. Again, we would like to apologise to Jodie and anyone else who was offended by this tweet and we’ll do our best to make sure something like this doesn’t happen again,” they added.

We’d be saying sorry too if we were them! Have you seen her muscles?!

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Everyone has felt anxious at some point or another; however, for many people anxiety can become so overwhelming that it can interfere in daily life.

Anxiety is a rising mental health condition, but, for those who don’t suffer from it, it can be hard to relate to what the sufferer is feeling.

Unfortunately a lack of knowledge can manifest itself into insensitive comments and advice.

Ahead of the UK’s Mental Health Awareness Week, the Priory Group conducted a poll asking anxiety sufferers to share the worst thing that someone has said to them about their illness.

Shockingly, the results show that not only is there a lack of knowledge surrounding the condition, there is still a stigma when it comes to mental health.

Dr. Paul McLean consultant psychiatrist at Priory Hospital Hayes Grove says: “Despite there being as many as one in four sufferers of anxiety there is still a stigma attached to mental health. We need to work on educating people to help them understand that anxiety is a normal part of human experience and that it is nothing to be ashamed of.”

The project shows people standing with placards highlighting the negative comments they have received concerning their illness.

You can view more of these photos here.

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