Thanks to the power of social media, today’s athletes have the power to share anything and everything with their legion of fans. Unfortunately, as Novak Djokovic learned, “everything” sometimes includes moments that aren’t meant for public consumption. The world No. 2, who is recovering from a shoulder injury, broadcasted his practice session Thursday on Facebook Live, filmed by his wife, Jelena.
Princess Diana became a royal trendsetter during her time in the public eye thanks to her colourful and fashionable ensembles that were often unlike anything worn by the British royals before. Eleri Lynn, who has curated Kensington Palace's new exhibition, Diana: Her Fashion Story, explained some of Diana's most notable fashion choices - including revealing why the late Princess didn't wear gloves. Her approach is also why Diana favoured chunky jewellery and bright colours.
President Donald Trump unloaded on the news media Friday for using anonymous sources - just hours after members of his own staff insisted on briefing reporters only on condition their names be concealed. Trump told the Conservative Political Action Conference that while not all reporters are bad, the "fake news" crowd "doesn't represent the people. Trump didn't expand on what he had in mind or which news organizations he was talking about.
Paris Jackson has landed her first fashion magazine cover, just weeks after making her modelling debut. The 18-year-old joins a number of high profile models including Gigi and Bella Hadid in starring on one of the covers for the tenth issue of Carine Roitfeld's CR Fashion Book. Paris wears her bleach blond hair slicked into a quiff, with a bold red lipstick to match her manicure.
Just days after son Brooklyn Beckham broke his collarbone snowboarding, David Beckham reportedly broke his front tooth in a similar manner. David, 41, fell off his snowboard while on holiday in Whistler with his family. A source said: "David is a trooper and didn't make a fuss.
A man from Airdrie, Alta., has admitted to strangling his common-law wife and burning her body in an abandoned building because he wanted to go drink beer at Boston Pizza with a friend. Duane Redelback pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Thursday in the 2006 death of Ruth Degayo, whose burned body was found in an abandoned building in Exshaw, about 20 kilometres east of Canmore. Nearly a decade after the homicide, Redelback told two undercover officers that he and Degayo had a fight on the night of Jan. 7, 2006, because she wanted to go to the mall and he wanted to have beers with a friend, according to an agreed statement of facts.
No one likes the NHL standings. OK, mediocre teams who have played more games than the teams they’re chasing, so it looks like they’re closer to the wild card than they actually are, they like the standings. Which in turn means the NHL likes the standings, because then Winnipeg Jets fans still think they’re in the thick of the wild card race on Feb. 24.