Kendall and Gigi take to the runway, George Pell and an Aussie fitness blogger causing a stir…
Who are you going to call this summer? #Ghostbusters
Thirty years after taking the world by storm, Ghostbusters is back with director Paul Feig bringing a new twist to the cult comedy, starting with an all-girl line up of comedy queens: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. Oh and for some eye candy, Aussie Chris Hemsworth plays a secretary.
The trailer was released on Wednesday and already has over two million views!
#KenGi take Balmain fashion show by storm and debut new fresh hair!
The biggest models of the moment, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid, aka #KenGi, seem to trend weekly. This week the inseparable pair has been sitting at the top of the Facebook trending list, because they took to the runway for the Balmain fashion show for Paris Fashion Week, sporting each other’s hair colours. Yes, Kendall swapped her signature brunette locks for a new blonde look, and Gigi swapped her usual blonde for a new brunette look.
— Nour_GGMPSD➰ (@GIGIHSLAYS) March 3, 2016
— gi force (@burgerqueengigi) March 3, 2016
— ᅠ (@MyCalvinsJenner) March 3, 2016
— blusway (@beydolls) March 3, 2016
Ashy Bines causes a stir
Australian fitness entrepreneur and creator of the hugely popular Ashy Bines Bikini Body Challenge, has blown up the interweb this week.
Ashy posted a picture of plus-size model Tara Holiday, 30, and a Brazillian model, 21, who passed away after a battle with anorexia, weighing 38kg. In the comment, Ashy expressed the opinion that neither girls were healthy and neither should be seen as role models.
Her post had such a huge response (currently it has over 3000 comments – some agreeing, some disagreeing, calling it an act of “bullying”) that Ashy live streamed a video she shared on Facebook earlier in the week to explain herself. The video is her highest watched yet, at over 368k views. The story then hit mainstream media, with Ashy appearing on Channel 7’s morning show, Sunrise, to defend her post, saying: “I don’t think it’s a healthy body image that should be applauded.”
George Pell and the #CARoyalComm
Cardinal George Pell appeared via video link from Rome to testify at the child abuse royal commission hearings. He said: “I’m not here to defend the indefensible.” He also admitted he could have done more and that the abuse allegations weren’t treated properly. He has vehemently denied lying under oath.
This sign created by Melbourne Welsh Church has been shared on Facebook over 10,000 times, including by Adam Brandt, federal member for Melbourne.
And let’s just finish by remembering that THIS was the week Leonardo DiCaprio won his first Oscar … finally!
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– Kezia Hopperus Buma