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There’s a long list on there, places I want to visit and people I’d love to interview or meet. if you’re reading this…Beauty must-haves Coconut oil: I got my brows waxed a few months ago and the beautician accidentally burnt my face – it was pretty funny, I wish I had a photo to show you but I was too embarrassed at the time.Anyway I think I’d have had permanent scars if it weren’t for coconut oil. We go inside the talented presenter's world to find out just what motivates her every day.Staying fit for her day job I absolutely love my job so I want to give 100 per cent and that’s my main motivation for exercising and eating healthily; I see it as filling myself up so I have more to give.Getting active I love extreme sports; rollerblading, boogie boarding... Good morning I start the day either by getting up for my 5.30am alarm and going to a gym class, or hitting the snooze button and sleeping for an extra hour.
International Hit, First Dates Comes to TV2 Are you looking for love?Images of Kilkenny were beamed in to the homes of hundreds of thousands of people in Norway yesterday evening, when an episode of a reality dating TV show – filmed here this autumn – aired on TV2, the largest commercial TV channel in Norway.A TV crew – filming for a special Ireland episode of one of Norway’s most popular TV programmes, called is all about single farmers meeting a number of potential partners and then the farmer and his ‘favourite’ partner go on a dream date to a foreign location – in this instance, Kilkenny.In remembrance of her late father — emeritus University Professor Richard Madey, who died June 27, 2016 — Diane Madey Foote organized a memorial tree dedication outside of Smith Hall on Kent State’s campus.
Yuan Hao (Hu Ge) owns a travel agency and is successful, good-looking and rich.But when these two like-minded people meet, they instantly start off on the wrong foot and are at each other’s throats. “Good Times” is a 2015 Chinese drama series directed by Xia Xiao Yun.