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iCarly drops return date & trailer for season 2 of its revival

iCarly drops return date & trailer for season 2 of its revival
Mar 3 2022 Share

Ever since news of the iCarly revival started making the rounds, fans of the hit series couldn’t wait to see what new content was coming out and now… season 2 is coming.

Season 2 will pick up where the first one left off, with two new episodes set to drop on Friday April 8 on Paramount+. Miranda Cosgrove will return as Carly Shay for the usual barrage of tricks, trials and tribulations. Joining her will be Jerry Trainor as Carly’s brother Spencer, Laci Mosely as best friend Harper, Nathan Kress as Freddie and special guest star Josh Peck. Peck previously appeared alongside Cosgrove on Nickelodeon series Drake and Josh.

The series is produced by Nickelodeon Studios and is executive produced by Cosgrove herself, with Trainor, Kress and Alissa Vradenburg serving as producers.

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Tamara Webb empowers postpartum women in latest Instagram post

Tamara Webb empowers postpartum women in latest Instagram post
Mar 3 2022 Share

In her latest Instagram post, local influencer Tamara Webb addressed the highs and lows of her postpartum journey after giving birth to her daughter Pixie.

 

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Webb revealed that this month marks one year of her training consistently after having her daughter, stating that she found it quite difficult to get back to physical activity.  “THIS is my starting point … forget about ‘before’ and just keep going, keep SHOWING UP’’, Webb said before going on to highlight the importance staying strong and consistent throughout the whole experience.

The influencer said that she reminds herself every week why she actually shows up and that, for the first time after conceiving, she feels strong, signing off with the phrase “Start small. Stay consistent and trust the process.”

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Russian businessman places $1 million bounty on Vladimir Putin’s head

Mar 3 2022 Share

Russian entrepreneur and former banker Alex Konanykhin, who fled Russia years ago after an alleged KGB kidnapping is offering $1,000,000 for the arrest of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

A recent post on his LinkedIn profile shut down claims that Konanykhin wanted him ‘dead or alive’, clarifying that “while such an outcome would be cheered by millions of people around the world [he believes] that Putin must be brought to justice.” The businessman stated that Putin should be arrested as a war criminal, calling on Russian military offers to comply with their constitutional duty under Russian and international laws.

In a Facebook post on Wednesday, he stated that, as an ethnic Russian and Russia citizen, he sees such a call as his ‘moral duty to denazify Russia’, highlighting that he will continue to assist Ukraine in its heroic efforts against the Russian onslaught. Addressing whether or not he fears Putin’s retaliation, Konanykhin outlined that “Putin is known to murder his opponents. He has millions of them now.”

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WATCH: Ukrainian Eurovision winner Ruslana calls Ukraine crisis ‘most dangerous time of her life’

Ukrainian Eurovision winner Ruslana calls Ukraine crisis 'most dangerous time of her life'
Mar 3 2022 Share

You may remember the singer Ruslana from her participation & subsequent victory during the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘Wild Dancers’. What you may not know is that currently, the Ukrainian singer is ‘living the most dangerous time of her life’ amid Russia’s current attacks on her country.

During a recent interview on Maltese programme Topik on TVMnews+, Ruslana stated that she is currently living in the Carpathian mountains where she is coordinating voluntary work which includes the preparation of food for the people living there. She state that the first week of the invasion is just the beginning but went on to highlight that civilisation will eventually win, highlighting that “the people know what’s going on” and that they are doing their utmost to stop it.

The former Eurovision winner said that Ukrainians are fighting for their independence and liberty, stating that Putin compromised this and their security when he went ahead with his plans.

Ruslana concluded that if the world had to come together, ‘the war would end tomorrow’.

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