FRIENDS actor James Michael Tyler dies aged 59

 - Celebrities - Oct 25 SHARE ON:

Today, the FRIENDS fandom mourns the loss of beloved actor James Michael Tyler, who played barista and manager of iconic Central Perk in the world famous sitcom. Tyler passed away at the age of 59, following the revelation during an NBC interview last June that he was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer in 2018. In a family issued statement, his loved ones said that ‘the world knew him as Gunter… but Michael’s loved ones knew him as an actor, musician, cancer-awareness advocate and loving husband.’


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Last May, Tyler had appeared on FRIENDS: The Reunion but was unable to appear in person due to his health issues. He instead appeared via Zoom, stating that the series was the most memorable 10 years of his life. He revealed that he didn’t want to reveal his illness because he didn’t want ‘to be like “oh, and by the way, Gunther has cancer”.’ FRIENDS’ official Twitter issued a message from Warner Bros. Television Studios, stating that they are mourning the passing of the actor, who was a beloved actor and integral part of the family.


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Tributes poured in for the actor, especially by his FRIENDS co-stars. Jennifer Aniston (Rachel) pointed out how the series would not have been the same without him, thanking Tyler for the laughter he brought to the show and all their lives. Courteney Cox also followed suit shortly, saying that Tyler brought immense gratitude into the room as they filmed. Matt Leblanc (Joey) also posted to social media, reminiscing on all the laughter they shared, with Lisa Kudrow too highlighting how deep they will all miss him.


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Rest in Peace James. You brought laughter and joy to millions.


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8 good habits to make your mornings better | by Ed’s Common Sense

 - News - Oct 24 SHARE ON:
8 good habits to make your mornings better | by Ed's Common Sense

Mornings, potentially one of the most trivial yet tedious tasks of our day-to-day lives. As temperatures (slowly) begin to drop, emerging from the comfort of our bedsheets has never seemed so difficult, but there are ways of dealing with it. Thankfully, clinical psychologist and psychotherapist Dr. Edward Curmi has listed a number of easy daily habits which will definitely help to deal with mornings.

Dr. Edward Curmi is also the author of 2 self-help books titled Ed’s Common Sense.


1. Prepare your clothes the night before

2. Don’t check your smart phone for at least half an hour

3. Do exercise or a 5 minute meditation

4. Have a cold shower

5. Listen to music

6. Write a to-do-list

7. Read a good joke

8. Have a breakfast of a champion

Do you practice these habits? Give it a share!


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Liverpool score five past Manchester United at Old Trafford

 - News - Oct 24 SHARE ON:

Earlier today, Liverpool easily beat Manchester United 5-0 away from home at United’s iconic Old Trafford. This game was a nightmare for every Red Devils’ fan, conceding five against their bitter rivals whilst also seeing star player Paul Pogba get himself a red card. The shocking defeat could also mean the end of Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s three year reign as Manchester United manager.


Liverpool had a perfect start, with midfielder Naby Keita scoring one of the easiest goals he will ever score in the 5th minute of the match. Manchester United looked like a team without a game plan in attack and in defence they looked even worse as they conceded another goal in the 13th minute, from a Jota goal. Manchester United tried to attack, with players like Ronaldo, Rashford and Bruno Fernandes coming close but throughout the match there was never the feeling that they would find the back of the net.

Liverpool ended any chances of a Manchester United comeback in the 38th minute when Mohammed Salah with a calm and collected finish found the 3rd goal of the game. Liverpool scored their fourth goal right before the end of the first half, when Mohammed Salah scored a beautiful volley from inside the box.


The second half started how the first ended, with Mohammed Salah scoring another goal this time in the 50th minute to seal his hattrick. The game went from bad to worse for United in the 60th minute when Paul Pogba was shown a red card for a risky tackle on Naby Keita, a tackle that led to the midfielder having to be stretchered off the match, being replaced by Alex Oxlade Chamberlain. The game died out after the red card with not many notable events happening after the foul. Liverpool looked like they lost their hunger whilst Manchester United lost all their belief.

Manchester United will look ahead to their next match, away to Tottenham to regain confidence whilst Liverpool have a mid-week cup game against Preston. Until now, there has been no guarantees that Ole will be the man in charge in United’s next game.



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Big Sean covered in 65,000 bees for new music video ‘What A Life’

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Big Sean, for his new collaborative effort with Hit-Boy ‘What A Life’, got covered in over 65,000 bees for the official music video. Taking to social media, the legendary rapper posted an image on Instagram of himself covered with a swarm and confirmed to all that the feat was in fact real. Despite the song lyrics saying 100 Bs, the caption confirmed that it was well over 65,000. ‘This is not photoshopped neither’ he said. ‘I HAD 65,000 Bee’s on me… love to the [bee] hive.’

‘I just ain’t want y’all to think it was some damn effects or some [thing]’. With the rest of the music video containing clips of the rapper in a darkened room, on a city skyline and getting chased by brides, the bee stunt was what captured the most attention. It’s not a feat just anyone would be willing to do, considering how many fear insects or getting stung. But Big Sean didn’t seem to mind, delivering his usual lyrical flow… all the while being covered like a king in bees. Would you be willing to be covered in bees?

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