Mike Tyson has spoken out against Hulu issuing a biopic series about his life story.
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Mike Tyson, the former boxing legend, has expressed his displeasure on Instagram with a racially charged post over Hulu's 'Mike', a series based on his life. He alleges that the streaming service produced the biographical series without his permission ...
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The UK was given the chance to host Eurovision for the ninth time for 2023, after this year's winner Ukraine is not able to due to the ongoing war.
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The healthcare giant has faced tens of thousands of lawsuits from consumers who allege its talc products, including the instantly recognisable brand of Johnson's baby powder, caused them to develop cancer.
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The Countryfile host, 39, who is currently enjoying a family trip the The Lake District looked the picture of bliss as she snapped a picture on a paddle board with her youngest son, Louis, five.
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Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle, and Sheffield have also been shortlisted to host next year's event.
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Johnson & Johnson announced its intention to discontinue sales of its talc-based baby powder products globally in 2023.
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The Eurovision Song Contest's executive supervisor Martin Osterdahl joined Scott Mills and Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2 on Friday morning to announce the shortlist for the 2023 event. Twenty cities submitted an “expression of interest” to host, ...
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An agricultural drought is when “there isn't enough rainfall and moisture in soils to support crop production or farming practices such as spray irrigation.” Finally, a water supply drought is “when a ...
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Eurovision legend Lulu – who won the contest in 1969 with Boom Bang-a-Bang – has also thrown her support round Glasgow as she appeared on Good Morning Britain alongside fellow song contest alumni Cheryl Baker and Sonia.
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