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5 Things That Last Longer Chelsea & Allen’s Post-Show Relationship

5 Things That Last Longer Chelsea & Allen's Post-Show Relationship
Jul 6 2023 Share

Before jumping right into our article, which is purely satirical, we’d like revisit the #BeKind discussion Malta was on about during Love Island. Let us be the first to say that we respect the decision of each and every islander and, programme or not, no one should receive hate in any shape or form.

That being said, following Love Island winner Allen’s recent story announcing that he and Chelsea are no longer a thing 10 days after being crowned winners, here are 5 things that lasted longer than Chelsea & Allen’s post-show relationship.

AIDAN’s ‘Pupa’ in the local charts’ N°1 spot (2 months)

The local chart-topper’s most recent track Pupa has spent almost 2 months in the local charts’ number 1 spot so far and shows no signs of slowing down.

Ekin-Su & Davide from Love Island UK (11 months)

The Love Island UK-winning couple had broken hearts across the world after their split, but relationship expert Annabelle Knight had told the Mirror: “When you’re in the villa, you’re only having to juggle that one ball. It’s nice and easy, and stress-free. When you get home, you’ve got all the boring mundane things you have to do as an adult.”

Mario Morales’ Christmas Tree Campaign (3-4 months)

The dearly-beloved media personality has become an icon for his seemingly endless Christmas Tree campaign, which normally kicks off around October and goes on until December!

Sphinx’s Truffle Pastizzi (2 weeks)

Sphinx’s recently-returning culinary creation was announced in the past days, with the pastizzi bosses stating that the bold twist on an all-time Maltese classic will be available in local outlets for just a fortnight.

Bajtar Tax-Xewk Season (4 months)

An underrated local product if we ever did taste one, almost ever single looks forward to the few months that Prickly Pears are back in season and with harvest season between July and October, it’s the finest summer love affair we’ll ever have.

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Photo Source: Love Island Malta / Petite Events via Malta Weather

Liquorish Contestants Emotional Seeing Kids In Poverty

Liquorish Contestants Emotional Seeing Kids In Poverty
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As Liquorish contestants continued their journey through Panama, they got the opportunity to meet, interact and even share a few laughs with kids and civilians living in poverty in one of the cities they visited. 

The experience made them visibly emotional, with contestant Elyse breaking into tears as she processed what she was going through.

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She told the camera crew that ‘we’re very privileged’ and ‘lucky’ to be living the comfortable lifestyle. She said that in travelling she got the chance to see how not everyone has the chance to live in the same ‘standard’ we’ve gotten used to. 

Elyse felt extremely grateful for the opportunity to help through Liquorish, especially the kids living in the country. 

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Mid Runway Transformation By Parascandalo

Mid Runway Transformation By Parascandalo
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As the third day came to a close yesterday evening during the Malta Fashion Week, local brand Parascandalo made a transformation of the dress in the middle of the catwalk. 

 

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Marco Parascandalo ran up to model’s side to remove the bottom half of the dress, revealing a different piece before continuing down the runway alongside her. 

The change led to some audience members giving a standing ovation as @skandlu closed off his ninth appearance at the fashion week with his latest collection DNA.

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Peppi Azzopardi Urges More Awareness On Suicide

Peppi Azzopardi Urges More Awareness On Suicide
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Taking to social media, Xarabank host Peppi Azzopardi shared a video discussing the taboos surrounding suicide and how he is worried of the apparently increasing stories of the phenomenon in Maltese society.

He began his appeal by reminding people of Kim Borg Nicolas Virtu, who died in prison via suicide after having been tormented in the Corradino Correctional Facility under a previous administration. 

He said that we haven’t heard of a single suicide after the administration changed because the inmates are treated with more dignity and their concerns are looked after better.

He said that in the world outside the prison, we have the means to do so even better, but that we are still hearing about cases of suicide nonetheless. 

He urged people to listen to each other and to be able to talk to others whenever they pass comments about harming themselves. He urged us to look at possible signs, educating ourselves about mental health first aid and, if we’re the ones thinking about suicide, reaching out to the various organisations which offer support to those suffering. 

The full vlog can be found on Peppi Azzopardi’s Facebook page. 

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