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Ex Love Island stars Arabella Chi and Wes Nelson have confirmed their romance after they were spotted getting cosy together on a Manchester night out.

The duo were pictured getting close while out clubbing, with photos showing the couple heading off to the Malmaison hotel on Thursday morning.

The pair went on low-key date to the cinema today, making their fling official. Rumours of 21-year-old Wes, from the 2018 show, and 28-year-old Arabella first swirled at the end of July.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The pair went on a romantic pizza date together back then, and new images obtained by The Sun show the couple walking hand-in-hand. It's almost as if they wanted to be pictured together, eh?

The model reunited with Wes when she returned from a work trip to Mallorca. The couple were later seen kissing at the table, and have been seeing each other ever since.

Arabella was voted out of the villa this year after only three days after catching the attention of 24-year-old model Danny Williams, who was coupled up with Yewande Biala.

Danny ended up dumping Yewande for the blonde bombshell, but she was voted off the next day by the public and her fellow housemates. Danny has since started another romance with Jourdan Riane

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Wes coupled up with Megan Barton-Hanson in the 2018 series and the pair went on to date for six months before their bitter split over Dancing on Ice cheating allegations.

Arabella and Wes's relationship status comes as Megan appears Celebs Go Dating, getting emotional over her break-up with her Wes.

Megan said that she felt "embarrassed and betrayed" after finding out that he was sexting Love Island winner Amber Davies. Time will tell whether this is just another fling for Arabella and Wes.

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So, despite the introduction of strict rules and regulations around the topic of 'revenge porn', it remains an ongoing issue for many women and men alike. 

We all know the potential risks that come along with sending a racy photograph or risqué message. While it may seem like the right thing to do in the moment, we can often live to regret those decisions once a relationship has come to an end.

Having said that, studies suggest that one in five adult phone users have engaged in the act of 'sexting', so we might as well learn to do it safely.

Well, one women has come up with a fool-proof way to protect your intimate photos from ever being released by an ex.

Annika Simons from Phoenix, Arizona took to Facebook to share her simple yet effective idea.  

“THIS IS A PERFECT IDEA OMG”, one user replied.

Another wrote, “That is actually genius.”

Annika's advice is actually hugely significant when you consider that the offence of leaking explicit images of someone without their consent carries a sentence of up to 12 months and a fine of €5,000 under Irish law.

The topic has been widely discussed over the last few years, with many calling for stricter regulations to be put in place.

In reality, the effects that leaked photos can have on victim’s mental health can be hugely distressing.

So, have some fun, but remember to be safe, be sensible and consider the risks. 

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As excitement builds for the release of Apple’s newest emojis, iPhone users everywhere have taken to Twitter to mourn the loss of one of the most misused symbols of our time.

While brunch lovers around the world celebrate the introduction of the bacon and avocado symbols, sexters have denounced alterations made to their beloved peach emoji.

Having long been the focus of not so subtle flirting, Apple’s highly anticipated upgrade will strip the peach emoji of its bum like exterior and swap it for an image which looks far more like the piece of fruit it is supposed to represent.

In defence of the current peach emoji, social media users are refusing to upgrade their phones, have launched a “SaveThePeachButt” tag and are even threating to sue the tech giant behind the move.  

 

 

 

 

 

Thankfully, the official launch date of iOS 10.2 has yet to be released, so those intent on sending peach butts to potential love interests still have time to do so.

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Yesterday, the news broke that Pete Wicks had been texting flirty messages to his former flame Jacqui Rylan, and Megan McKenna is seething about it.

She took to Twitter in the early hours of this morning to voice her opinion on the drama.

 

 

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"That b***h had enough press off me for the day."

Earlier, she wrote: "Feel sorry for me do ya? Why didn't you personally contact me then you fame hungry brass. I've seen it all."

 

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Pete and Megan were on holiday in Marbella but after the scandal broke, Pete was sent packing.

An insider told The Sun: "He is being sent home early. There is so much drama on set right now and they are hoping this will ease the tension."

Megan has also deleted all pictures of Pete from social media.

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Some people love sexting while other people would rather die than send a suggestive text to a random guy or even their other half.

Whether you love it or hate it, do any of us actually have any idea if we're even good at it?

Different strokes for different folks and all that, but there are a definitely few key issues we should ALL keep in mind before closing our eyes, internally screaming and pressing send.

Here are the top ten tips for ensuring a cringe-free sext-fest.

1) Don’t do it if you’re not comfortable.

Like all sex, it’s meant to be a mutually pleasurable endeavour

2) Don’t get his name wrong.

This is vital

3) Don’t laugh at him.

Yes, he misspelled his own body part, but no one’s perfect.

4) Don’t mention the cringy move he tried in bed last week.

You didn’t look so hot that time you got stuck in your own bra, ya know.

5) Don’t promise a sexy photo and then send a photo of a cat.

Hilarious? Yes. Mean? Definitely.

6) Don’t take forever and a day to reply.

No likes to have sex amongst the tumbleweeds.

7) Don’t do it in the same room as anyone else.

Yes, it’s a little wild, but it’s also a lot weird.

8) Don’t be disappointed if he’s failing to turn you on.

Your ‘sexy’ puns and ‘saucy’ gags mightn’t be as stimulating as you think either, ya Casanova.

9) Don’t somehow find a way to argue in a sext, even if you think it’s cute.

It’s not, you’re being annoying.

10) Don’t forget to relax, have fun and practise as often as possible.

If you get good enough, you could soon add it to your CV. (You could, but don't.)

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A survey of 4,800 people found that Tuesday morning between 10am and noon is the time when people do the most sexting.

Not only this, but all you iPhone users must be eating something the rest of us aren’t, because you’re sending twice as many sexts as your android counterparts.

However, while the guys have no objections to receiving photos of scantily clad ladies, 75% of women said they don’t like getting sexy photos from men.

Hmmm…maybe women are just better photographers? 

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So here we all were thinking that people use Snapchat the most for sending nudies, when really all you snapchatters just want is to share a laugh or a selfie.

A study from the University of Washington that polled 127 Snapchat users found that only 14% of users had sent sexts over Snapchat, and only 1.6% do so regularly.

We also thought that the big appeal of Snapchat was that the pictures can’t be saved, but according to researchers the thing people love the most is that it’s fun.

Interesting – so snapchatters are actually just a happy go lucky bunch. That’s us told!

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Well this is weird.

We’re all for sibling closeness and all, but this?

Khloé and Rob Kardashian have taken their joke flirting slightly too far with these latest tweets.

Rob, who also caused some controversy over Twitter last week with claims he had a son, tweeted about his sister: “@khloekardashian: @robkardashian stop sexting me please” please woman. You wish I was.”

Yikes! The relaity star then took things a step further and included his little sister, Kylie, in on the strange tweeets, writing: “Wow @khloekardashian is texting me telling me she wants me and @kyliejenner is scratching my back with her feet. LET MY PEOPLE GO!”

At least it’s good to see that Rob is getting on well with his family and his troubles seem to be behind him we guess!

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They seemed like the world’s cutest couple when iCarly‘s Jennette McCurdy and NBA star Andre Drummond first struck up their romance through Twitter in September 2013.

However things quickly went south – as these things do – and the two had split by the end of October, with Jennette posting a Vine titled, “Me breaking up with a guy”. Ouch.

Add to that a dig by the iCarly alum last month about Andre’s kissing skills (not good) and you’d be forgiven for thinking that it was Andre who leaked those three racy photos of the Nickelodeon actress.

Jennette certainly does:

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Andre is pleading his innocence, saying: “For all the speculations about leaking anything, I have nothing to do with it. I’m focused on basketball. Thank you.”

The photos leaked on Monday and show the 21-year-old posing in lingerie for whoever it was she sent them to.

Hopefully she’s learned her lesson about sending sexy photos and won’t pull a Vanessa Hudgens.

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