It's actually Ant and Dec... and Andy.
Margot Robbie on Tonya Harding: 'She's not the victim, she's not the villain, she's just a person' Margot Robbie took a very measured approach to portraying vilified figure skater Tonya Harding in the acclaimed new mockumentary I Tonya. The 27-year-old Australian actress made it clear to her real-life subject that she was playing “a character,” not Harding herself, who was banned from the sport in 1994 after her associates attacked rival Nancy Kerrigan. “In my mind there’s a big difference between her and the character,” Robbie told Yahoo Entertainment (watch above).
Donald Trump Says He Rejected 'Probably' Being Time's 'Person Of The Year' President Donald Trump claimed Friday that he rejected a not-quite-official offer to be Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year.”
North Korea: Trump Is a 'Mentally Deranged Person' Holding the 'Nuclear Button' "None other than Trump himself is on a suicide mission"
Teen killed in East York stabbing remembered as 'genuine,' a 'good person'
'I'm a public person with a very private life,' says Cecil Clarke, announcing he's gay As Cape Breton Regional Municipality Mayor Cecil Clarke readies to embark on a new chapter of his political life, he's also speaking out about his personal life. Clarke, 49, announced publicly Thursday he is gay. Clarke said someone "wanting to possibly shame" him threatened to expose his personal life, so he made the decision to share the information himself.
'Deadpool 2': Watch Ryan Reynolds's foul-mouthed antihero meet Josh Brolin's Cable (and mock 'Justice League') In addition to new footage, the film releases a mock synopsis about the mutant's efforts "to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor."
'A really good person': Winnipeg's latest homicide victim described as potential leader in the community
Hollywood abuse 'silence breakers' named as Time magazine's person of the year The Hollywood abuse “silence breakers” have been named as Time magazine’s 2017 Person of the Year. The decision to grant people who have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct with the accolade was announced on NBC’s Today show on Wednesday morning. The show, which was recently forced to deal with its own harassment scandal that ousted ex-anchor Matt Lauer, hosted Alyssa Milano and the creator of the #metoo Tarana Burke to discuss the cover – both of whom have spoken publicly about their own experiences of alleged sexual m
Natalie Wood's Husband Robert Wagner Now 'Person Of Interest' In Her Death Los Angeles County Sheriff’s investigators say Robert Wagner is “more of a person of interest” in the death of actress Natalie Wood, who died nearly 40 ago under mysterious circumstances.
'I'm not as bad a person as I thought': Horse therapy helps LGBTQ youth find their safe place "Everybody needs a safe space, regardless if you are LGBTQ or not," Rylan Kennedy tells CBC News. "Horses offer us a really unique opportunity to learn about ourselves, to gain some personal awareness and insight, to grow and develop on an emotional level," explains Jules Rainforth of Rein Forth Equine, a ranch near Carstairs, about 70 kilometres north of Calgary. Kennedy, who has lived mostly in smaller communities, says he was terrified at the idea of coming out.
Robert Wagner Now a 'Person of Interest' in Natalie Wood's Death It's a new twist in the decades-old mystery of what happened to the iconic actress.
Robert Wagner a 'person of interest' in Natalie Wood's death Interest in film legend Natalie Wood's final hours has reignited after a report from CBS’s “48 Hours” said her husband, actor Robert Wagner, is "more of a person of interest" in her death.
Margot Robbie on Tonya Harding: She's not the victim, she's not the villain, she's a person In the acclaimed new mockumentary "I Tonya," Margot Robbie made it clear to her real-life subject that she was playing "a character," not Harding herself, who was banned from the sport in 1994 after her associates attacked rival Nancy Kerrigan.
What It Means When TIME's 'Person of the Year' Is a Group In times of great change, the forces that influence the news can transcend specific individuals
Former wife describes Darryl Sheepway's 'double life,' at Whitehorse murder trial In several hours of riveting and emotional testimony, Katherine Scheck described how her marriage was badly foundering in the months before Brisson's killing, as Sheepway spiraled into drug addiction and deceit. Sheepway, 39, has admitted to killing Brisson on Aug. 28, 2015, during a rendezvous where Sheepway was hoping to secure crack cocaine.
Trump Insists He's The 'Least Racist Person' President Donald Trump insisted Sunday night that he was not a racist, after days of people pointing out that his recent comments on immigration were racist.
Meet this year's most adorable awards contender, 7-year-old 'Florida Project' star and 'Wonder Woman' superfan Brooklynn Prince There was one Oscar hopeful who really stood out on the red carpet of Saturday’s Governors Awards in Hollywood. Brooklynn Prince, the 7-year-old ingénue of Sean Baker’s acclaimed drama The Florida Project, has been doing press rounds for the film since it debuted at Cannes in May, and she already comes across as a seasoned pro. Asked why people need to see her debut film, Brooklynn responded, “Because of the message.
TIME magazine 'Person of the Year' recipients through the years TIME magazine unveiled their Person of the Year for 2017 on Wednesday, naming "The Silence Breakers" as the group receiving the cover-worthy title.
Man remembers slain officer as an 'incredible person' after he was pulled over Warren Banks was driving home on Halloween wearing his costume — a brown cultist robe — when he was pulled over by a police officer in Abbotsford, B.C. John Davidson, had lost his life in the line of duty. Davidson, who served as a police officer for 24 years in the United Kingdom and Abbostford, is survived by his wife and three adult children.
Bridgewater police look for 'person of interest' in downtown fire Bridgewater police say they're looking for a "person of interest" who was caught on a surveillance camera in the area of a suspicious fire in the town Sunday night. Fire ripped through a wooden building on King Street in downtown Bridgewater, damaging several businesses and upstairs apartments. It took firefighters hours to put it out. After interviewing witnesses and reviewing closed-circuit television cameras in the area, Bridgewater Police Service said in a news release Friday that someone left the building just before the fire was r
Friend: Slain Georgia Police Officer Was the 'Absolute Kindest Person' Officer Kristen Hearne was fatally shot while investigating a stolen vehicle
Time Magazine Pushes Back on Trump 'Person of the Year' Tweet Time Magazine disputes President Trump's claim that he was contacted about being the magazine's "Person of the Year."
Franz Ferdinand talk politics and pop: 'You basically elected your worst person' "[Trump's] a demagogue. He plays on people's fears, he's a manipulator, he's not very smart. But he's cunning, and he represents essentially everything I don't like in human beings, like greed, selfishness, cruelty, bigotry. And it's dangerous.”
B.C. woman's search for birth mother turns up missing person's case
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What should I say at the end of the meeting, assuming that I've never meet that person before?
Should it be something like:
"It was a pleasure to meet you."
"Nice to meet you."?
What to talk about with a person you meet through a mutual friend on the bus?
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Is there any kind of rule that the first greeting to a person should be 'good morning' irrespective of the time you meet that person. Whether its afternoon or evening.
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Did Rabbis Moshe Feinstein and Shlomo Zalman Auerbach ever meet in person? How many times? [closed]
Rav Moshe was in America, Rav Shlomo Zalman in Israel. Did they ever meet? Where and when? Do we have a photo of both of them together? (I know Rav Shlomo Zalman was asked to speak at Rav Moshe's ...
why the person who did double spending will not get caught?
Can we say that no matter what philosophy a person holds, it must break down sometimes, because human must hold double standards?
Can we say that no matter what philosophy a person holds, ultimately, all humans use double standards to live? The reason is: all continuously living human beings, will prefer to eat other living ...