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‘You’ Season 3 is officially out for streaming on Netflix

‘You’ Season 3 is officially out for streaming on Netflix
Oct 15 2021 Share

The world’s favourite neighbourhood stalker is back in a new season on Netflix as ‘You’ season 3 is on for streaming. Following a raging cliff-hanger, the series picks up with Joe Goldberg and Love Quinn married along with their newborn baby, despite having had some murderous misadventures last season. The official synopsis describes Joe being committed to his new husband and father role, but Love’s lethal impulsiveness could lead to some further trouble. 

The third season is currently ranking at 93% on Rotten Tomatoes, with show runner Sera Gamble promising the episodes to be absolutely bonkers. The series has already been renowned for a fourth season, with Caroline Kepnes, author of the original books, already penning a new chapter. It’s another slow burn season, being described as the most chilling one yet. You’ll have to stick with it but You season 3, like its predecessors, promises to be yet another emotional roller coaster. 

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People born in April are the sexiest says new research

People born in April are the sexiest says new research
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Research group ‘FROM MARS’ embarked on a mission to reveal the months of the year which produce the ‘sexiest’ people. The research is based on ‘500 of the world’s sexiest celebrities., using lists of the sexiest male and female celebrities from Ranker. Taking the birthdays of each celebrity, they correlated the 12 Zodiac star signs with the 12 months of the year. They thus concluded that April, who racked up 60 celebrities, had the largest number of sexy celebrities, followed closely by August and February. 

Of course, the metrics of what makes a celebrity sexier than others is unclear. But the group seems to have it figured out, with April featuring the likes of Gal Gadot, Emma Watson and Michael Fassbender. With the likes of Wonder Woman in the mix, we can see why the list was being touted by many. August packs Chris Hemsworth (Thor himself) and Halle Barry. If you’re wondering who got the bottom rung, its May, June and lastly July. Sorry July babies… guess From Mars did you dirty. 

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TikTok star Addison Rae hit with a (not-so) permanent platform ban

TikTok star Addison Rae hit with a (not-so) permanent platform ban
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The 21-year-old TikTok star Addison Rae, who amassed a whopping 85 million followers, has just received a permanent ban from the platform. Rae became the third biggest creator on the platform, but just shared a screenshot of a message which reads; ‘Your account was permanently banned due to multiple violations of our Community Guidelines.’ 

The TikToker replied by joking; ‘Well time to get a job’, despite her account, as of time of writing, seemingly back up and running… that didn’t last long. 

Rae is best known for her dancing videos and having just befriended Kourtney Kardashian. Rae has also made her movie debut in Netflix’s remake of a classic rom-com ‘He’s All That’. Rae was also named the highest earning creator on TikTok, with Forbes estimating that she earned $5 million last year. 

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New relaxed measures for events announced by Health Minister

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Addressing a press conference, Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne announced some new pandemic restriction easing when it comes to evens. The first notable measure was to change the number of people around a table during seated events such as a wedding limiting access to vaccinated, going up from 6 to 8 individuals. If tables are outside, the distance also decreases to one meter whereas if the table is inside, the distance goes down to one and a half metres. 

For seated events limited to vaccinated people, events such as weddings can now reduce the distance between clusters of people to one metre whilst also increasing the capping to 300 individuals from 100. Events for vaccinated people also required kids under 12 to present negative PCR or Rapid Tests due to not being eligible for the jab. This measure will now be removed starting Monday, meaning families with vaccinated adults accompanying anyone under 12 no longer need PCRs for the children. 

Fearne also revealed that the test event results are being analysed to see whether any more updates to other events or contexts such as schools and Christmas events can take place. The results will be finalised by the end of the week and announced subsequently. 

When it comes to public transport, including fast ferry services, the previous requirements stated that they do not exceed their 65% capacity. This will go up to 80% as of next Monday. 

Travelling restrictions will also see some countries being removed from the dark red list and others returned to it. This has to do mainly with the MU variant being considered as a variant of not interest but not one of concern, whilst some countries, like Russia, have detected increasing numbers of cases and deaths ever since the pandemic hit. 

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