Ariana Grande’s Winged Eyeliner Technique Is So Relatable

But before diving into her makeup hack, Ariana addressed the elephant in the room, pointing out that she wasn’t wearing her wedding ring because it was getting it cleaned.

“I’m not getting a divorce,” she said, playfully adding, “Before you start, don’t.”

Getting back to the purpose of the video, Ariana took a deep breath, grabbed her liquid eyeliner and aptly stated, “I’m just gonna wing it.”

To get the line she’s known for, the “thank u, next” singer gently tugged the skin below her brow bone.

“I know I’m not supposed to yank, I won’t,” she reassured. “Just for now.”

In one effortless motion, she flicked her wrist and precisely drew her wing first. Next, she filled in the lash line to conceal the glue from her false lashes and thickened up the wing with another coat. As for her technique? She used the edges of her long nails to clean up any smudges or imperfections so the cat-eye would appear extra sharp.

Why Heather Dubrow “Won’t Let” Her Botched Husband Terry Retire

Why Heather Dubrow “Won’t Let” Dr. Terry Dubrow Retire

Dr. Terry Dubrow‘s life in plastic (surgery) is so fantastic that Heather Dubrow never wants him to stop.

The Real Housewives of Orange County star recently revealed that she has no intentions of letting her Botched co-host hubby quit the plastic surgery game any time soon.

“See, I won’t let Terry retire,” Heather told her guest, comedian Ms. Pat, on the August 19 episode of her Heather Dubrow’s World podcast. “He’s a surgeon. He’s gonna die with a scalpel. He’s gonna keel over one day.”

While she has nothing but love for her longtime partner—with whom she tied the knot with in 1999—Heather certainly enjoys her alone time, as she joked, “He can’t retire. He cannot be home. That’s not gonna be a thing.”

Luckily, Terry won’t be leaving the operating room anytime soon, as Botched was renewed for an eighth season on E! in July. Teasing the upcoming season in an Instagram post on July 20, Terry’s co-star, Dr. Paul Nassif, said, “Gonna have great new patients, incredible surgeries and a lot more bromance.”

Josephine Tewson dead: Last Of The Summer Wine actress dies at 91 as fans pay tribute | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

She was married to fellow actor Leonard Rossiter from 1958-1961.

Her second husband, Henry Newman, died in 1980, eight years after they tied the knot. 

The wife of late actor John Challis, who played Terrance Aubrey ‘Boycie’ Boyce in Only Fools and Horses, has since paid tribute to the star. 

Carol Challis shared an image of her husband and Tewson starring in British sitcom Last of the Summer Wine, writing: “Farewell to Josephine Tewson. 

‘May shock people’ Alex Scott set for candid admission as she teases ’emotional’ bombshell | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Days ago, Carol flashed her toned abs as she modeled her gym wear in a social media post.

Carol opted for leaving her long, blond tresses down as she worked out in an orange top and leopard print leggings, in an eye-popping display.

It didn’t take long for fans to flock to the comment section as they gushed over the mathematician’s incredible physique.

The age-defying beauty has been soaking up the sunshine while enjoying some downtime in Portugal at a wellness retreat.

Alex Scott’s book How (Not) To Be Strong can be pre-ordered here.

Ryan Giggs wrote love poems for his ‘angel’, court hears | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

The ex-Manchester United ace called Kate Greville his “angel” in one note, adding: “I’m the luckiest man alive to have ever met you.” She replied: “I love all of you. Your beautiful mind.The fire in your soul.” Messages between the pair were read out by Giggs’ defence team at Manchester Crown Court.

Giggs, 48, denies subjecting Kate, 38, to years of controlling and coercive behaviour and assaulting her and her sister, Emma.

On August 30 2017, Kate told him in a message: “You make my heart flutter because you are a nutter. Every day you do me proud not just because you are well endowed.” Giggs replied: “I fell in love with you at first sight. I remember coz I was as high as a kite.”

Earlier, prosecutor Peter Wright accused Giggs of making himself out to be the “victim” after he allegedly headbutted Kate and assaulted Emma during a row at his home in Worsley Gtr Manchester in 2020.

Giggs denied it but admitted he had tried to use his daughter Libby “as a lever” to stop Emma calling the police. During the 999 call, Emma is heard saying: “I don’t care if your daughter is 17”. Mr Wright said: “The reality is you headbutted her, [Kate] didn’t you?”

Giggs replied: “No.”

The trial continues.

Lily James hailed ‘best looking woman on planet’ in lingerie behind scenes of Pam & Tommy | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Lily James, 33, looked unbelievable as she stripped down to a sheer blue lingerie set on the set of Pam & Tommy. 

Lily channelled Pamela Anderson in the skimpy underwear which consisted of a tiny thong and plunging bra.

The actress looked the spit of the iconic Baywatch star in a blonde wig as she matched Pamela’s iconic pout.

Lily also had a blue, silk robe draped over her shoulders and added some height with some strappy heels.

Lily starred alongside Sebastian Stan in the Hulu miniseries documenting Pamela Anderson’s marriage to Tommy Lee and the theft of their infamous sex tape.

Fans were stunned by the snap, including wasndbo who commented: “Best looking woman on planet earth.”

And lobselvith praised: “She does really look like Pam used to!” 

Coco Chanel’s decade long affair with Duke of Westminster ended with proposal | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Coco Chanel was born 139 years ago today, but her brand and influence are still seen in modern fashion. The designer’s scandalous relationships with German Nazi officers were predeceased by an almost more scandalous affair.

In 1925, Chanel met the second Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor, in Monte Carlo and thus began a sordid relationship.

Chanel was not yet at the height of her fame, but the Duke was one of the richest people in Britain at the time.

He was also married to his second wife, Violet Mary Nelson, when he first met Chanel but pursued her regardless.

A few months later the pair started a romance, spending time together during summers at various properties owned by the Duke.

The Duke was known for having multiple affairs during his four marriages, and was equally criticised for his lavish expenditure on his lovers.


Chanel received the same treatment from Grosvenor, as the Duke purchased property for her in London and France.

In 1926, the Duke added the Rosehall estate in Scotland to his real estate portfolio, which Chanel promptly took to redecorating and furnishing with her signature design flair.

Scotlands People reported in 2016 that it is the only property in Britain known to have been decorated by the designer.

Chanel’s time spent in Scotland with the Duke was also said to have inspired her clothing designs from the period, most notably her tweed collection.

That same year the Duke divorced Nelson after six years of marriage and would marry his third wife Loelia Mary Ponsonby in 1930.

Chanel’s relationship with the Duke lasted into his third marriage, but the decade-long affair came crashing down when the Duke proposed marriage to the designer.

Chanel denied his request and reportedly replied: “There are many Duchesses, but there is only one Coco Chanel.”

The designer had been born into poverty in the French countryside with the name Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel.

The icon’s mother died when she was a child and her father abandoned her and Chanel’s siblings at a public orphanage.


As a child she learnt to sew and became interested in fashion, particularly glamour, and started her career as a seamstress.

Chanel later began singing in bars where she met many of the influential men she had affairs and relationships with.

Some claim the designer used the relationships purely for her benefit, garnering her power and contacts through which she could build her business.

One particular relationship with Arthur Capel led many to believe that her logo of two interlocked C’s stood for Chanel and Capel rather than Coco Chanel.

Capel had financially assisted the designer to begin her fashion line, creating jersey sweaters which became popular with wealthy women who enjoyed the comfort in comparison to corset styles of the time.

By the Twenties Chanel had a business empire extending to a perfume laboratory, textile mill and jewellery workshop.

After her relationship with the Duke ended, Chanel became involved with Nazi officers during the German invasion of France.

While her role within the war has come under criticism over the years, her descendants have reportedly defended her saying she was simply ensuring her survival and financial stability during the second world war.

As for the Duke, he had also promptly moved on to another affair with Aimee de Heeren, allegedly gifting her with jewellery that was once part of the French Crown Jewels.

After divorcing Ponsonby in 1947 after years of being separated, he married his fourth and final wife Anne Winifred Sullivan. 

‘Pathetic!’ Alastair Stewart rages at mocking of Lady Louise’s job ahead of university | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Princess Eugenie completed a BA in English Literature and History of Art at Newcastle University in 2012.

Speaking to the BBC last year, the Countess of Wessex admitted that her daughter had to be able to “live her life” despite her worries about her safety.

She said: “I would hope that she can go on with her studies, which I think she probably will want to do, and I hope that she and her friends will protect her from anything that somebody might want to do.

“But I have to let her live her life. It’s not mine to live. I can only equip her the best that I can, and then she has to make her own choices.

“But I hope for the next few years, at least, she will still be able to be as private as she wants to be.”

Everything Shared About the Targaryens’ Past in Game of Thrones

Which members of the Targaryens were featured in Game of Thrones?

In addition to Daenerys and Viserys, Aemon Targaryen (Peter Vaughan) appeared throughout the series. Known as the last known Targaryen in Westeros, he was the great-uncle of Daenerys and Viserys. 

In the season seven finale, it is finally revealed that Jon Snow’s (Kit Harington) father is Rhaegar Targaryen (Wilf Scolding) and that his birth name is Aegon VII Targaryen, making him the heir to the Iron Throne and Daenerys’ cousin. 

Why is the House Targaryen family tree so intertwined?

Well, simply put, they really liked to marry each other.

According to Game of Thrones, the family had a reputation for inter-marrying siblings in an effort to keep the bloodline pure. 

This desire for purity caused some problems further down the line, as the inbreeding sometimes produced, err, genetic issues, for lack of better words. “Madness and greatness are two sides of the same coin,” Lord Varys (Conleth Hill) said of the Targaryens in season eight. “Every time a new Targaryen is born, the gods toss the coin in the air and the world holds its breath to see how it will land.”

I’m A Celebrity’s Ferne McCann insists she has no regrets despite ‘most disgusting’ ordeal | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

When quizzed about her thoughts on the ITV show, Ferne said: “I loved it so much.

“Falling asleep under the stars, being cosy in that hammock and sharing the experience with some of the most amazing people I’m still friends with to this day.”

Ferne also made a very special connection with Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattinson, which resulted in their friendship.

However, she admitted that the Bushtucker Trials, which challenge the celebrities to complete gruesome tasks to earn food, were far from her favourite thing about the show.