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    New York : Pamela Anderson. Photo: ERWIN SCHERIAU. / . Last december Pamela anderson married in the strictest privacy with his new bodyguard, Dan hayhurst, whom he met after settling in the property he owns on the island of Vancouver during the confinement period and contract him to carry out various renovations to the house. Although her marriage has been overshadowed by the accusations of her new husband’s former romantic partner, who maintain that the love story of the newlyweds began as an infidelity, it is obvious that the former star of ‘Baywatch’ she is happy and in love. In fact, his last television interview has been granted from the privacy of his bedroom, where Dan and she spend most of the time now. “We have not gotten out of bed since Christmas Eve,” she said during a video call with the program ‘Loose Women’,...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) — We’ve all heard the word “schmooze” before, but do you know what it really is about? Cody Lowry, the author of “Schmooze; What They Should Teach at Harvard Business School,” said, “Schmooze is about a winning smile, it’s about making a great first impression.” RELATED: Now Hiring: Niagara Bottling Looking To Fill Dozens Of Positions In DFW Area He says the art of schmoozing is especially important nowadays when the job market is competitive, and since so much of pre-employment interactions are taking place virtually. He added, “Psychologists tells us we have 30 seconds and then people start making a judgment about us”, and according to him that also applies to first meetings done over webcams. Lowry is offering three tips that can help a job seeker master the schmooze and make themselves stand out while looking for work in this pandemic era. He said first...
    Andrew Yang, who has thrown his hat into the race for New York City mayor, has been slammed for complaining about working in his two-bedroom Manhattan apartment while his children are there - something millions of New Yorkers do every day.  Since the pandemic hit the US nearly a year ago, Yang has bounced back and forth between his Hell's Kitchen apartment to his $500,000 weekend home in New Paltz, New York, which is about 80 miles outside Manhattan.  During an interview with the New York Times on Friday, Yang, who has an autistic son, talked about fulfilling his duties as a CNN commentator from his apartment amid the pandemic.   'We live in a two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. And so, like, can you imagine trying to have two kids on virtual school in a two-bedroom apartment, and then trying to do work yourself?'  That prompted several people, including parents, who go...
    It seems Jake Paul will try out everything possible to attract Conor McGregor’s attention. From calling him out post-fight and putting several videos to mock the Irishman, Paul is making every effort to get into the former double champ’s head. This time he took a shot at McGregor’s teammate, Dillon Danis. Danis was filming for a show called “Food Truck Diaries by Brendan Schaub”. Paul seemed to be in the vicinity and began hurling water balloons whilst screaming expletives directed towards Danis. Paul was at the back of a pickup truck while doing this, and Danis rushed towards him for a counter-attack. However, the YouTuber directed the driver to pull away from the place.   The YouTuber turned boxer took to his social media and commented on the incident. He wrote, “Caught the biggest s**t talker slacking @dillondanis, you gotta check-in when you come to La. #GenerousDriveBy,” As per CBS...
    You’re Going to Need to Sit Down After Reading About the 12 Best Gaming Chairs AP Interview: Smith looks for family revenge against Alvarez Matthew McConaughey doubled down on comments about the illiberal left in an interview with Piers Morgan © Provided by INSIDER Matthew McConaughey on "Good Morning Britain." ITV Matthew McConaughey defended his comments on the "illiberal left" during an interview on "Good Morning Britain" with Piers Morgan. He said: "You need liberals, what I don't think we need is the illiberals and what I don't think that some liberals see is that they're often being cannibalized by the illiberals. The 51-year-old actor faced backlash last week for making similar comments with Twitter users saying McConaughey's views were a symptom of his "white male privilege." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Matthew McConaughey has doubled down on his recent comments about the "illiberal left" during...
    A man seeking to land a job with the Washington State Police instead landed behind bars on suspicion of child rape after making a startling admission during the hiring process.  The 31-year-old suspect was arrested on Tuesday and booked into the Thurston County Jail on two counts of rape of a child stemming from unspecified incidents that investigators say took place many years ago.  According to the Washington State Patrol, the unnamed man was applying for a civilian position with the agency at WSP's headquarters in Olympia and was going through the standard background check and polygraph test process when he admitted something that sparked a criminal investigation, as KING5 first reported.  A man, 31, was applying for a civilian position with the Washington State Patrol in Olympia (pictured) when he was arrested on two counts of child rape RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ patience is running thin, and it’s becoming clearer with every passing day. The Cowboys are currently 2-5, Dak Prescott is out for the year, heat continues to build on head coach Mike McCarthy and it sounds like things are nearing a tipping point, judging from a recent interview with Jones. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) #dakprescott ???? pic.twitter.com/LzFKCPG1Dy — D-Texan (@dtexanz) October 11, 2020 “Just shut up and let me answer it: no. You’re not asking me that. I gave you the answer. When I go into the locker room, there’s no leadership void in my eyes. Now that’s your answer,” Jones responded when asked during an interview on 105.3 The Fan whether or not players lacked leadership in the locker room, according to USA Today. He also added, “We haven’t spent the time, the years, the money,...
    Don't be fooled this Halloween. Job seekers should beware and avoid "scary" search mistakes. Jessica Schaeffer with the LaSalle Network in Chicago breaks it all down.Skeletal resumes. Sending a resume and cover letter that's bare-bones and generic is the fastest way to land in a hiring manager's "no" pile. Customize your resume for every job you're applying to.Staying in the dark. Regardless of your time spent in the workforce, you should be reaching out to industry professionals or employees of the companies you're applying to, to gain insider knowledge on how to succeed in both the company and industry you're targeting.Not sharing the thrill. When looking for a job, candidates should tell everyone they know, friends, family, friends' parents, etc. Even if their companies aren't hiring, these people may know someone who can help. It's important that job seekers don't overlook the obvious.Not getting into character. It's scary how many...
    John Wall was clearly playing cards during a TV interview discussing the Dallas Cowboys. ESPN fills its airwaves with plenty of content every Monday in preparation for what is sometimes a bad NFL game that night of the week. So why not get John Wall on to discuss the Dallas Cowboys? The Washington Wizards All-Star appeared on Monday Tailgate to talk Cowboys and what he said was worth listening to. However, he was clearly not paying attention and was holding playing cards. Wall even asked for a question to be repeated and the hosts did their best to keep the interview rolling. John Wall like the rest of usThis interview is hilarious because it shows professional athletes are no different than the rest of us when it comes to staying focused on video calls. Wall’s camera is also shaky and there is someone in the shot walking around. That is...
    After failing to pass a coronavirus stimulus package, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had a meltdown this week on live cable news, and it was not a good look. Here's what happened. A recent survey found that most Americans blame Speaker Nancy Pelosi for a failure to reach a deal on a coronavirus stimulus package. Of those polled, 43 percent of Americans blamed Pelosi, while 40 percent blamed President Trump. In this clip, guest host Hilary Kennedy, Jason Buttrill, and Blaze TV host Elijah Schaffer discussed why Pelosi rejected President Trump's offer to sign a stand-alone stimulus bill. The $1.8 trillion stimulus bill would have provided another round of the $1200 stimulus checks to Americans. Later, the panel discussed a contentious exchange between Pelosi and CNN's Wolf Blitzer during a one-on-one live interview. Here's an excerpt from the meltdown. "It's not about me. It's about millions of Americans who can't...
    Election week? Maybe not. Arizona, Florida and others could give us an early indication of who is winning Bellator 249 pre-event facts: Patricky Pitbull can get all-time KO record Mike Tyson appeared slow, exhausted, and unbothered during an interview with Piers Morgan on British TV © Photo by ITV / Good Morning Britain Mike Tyson did not seem like himself on Tuesday. Photo by ITV / Good Morning Britain Mike Tyson did not seem like himself during an interview with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on "Good Morning Britain." The morning chat show hosts asked Tyson about the Black Lives Matter movement and his relationship with US President Donald Trump. He also spoke about his upcoming ring return — a November 28 exhibition against fellow all-time great Roy Jones Jr. Tyson never once seemed interested, and appeared exhausted and generally unbothered to be on the show. Visit Insider's...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump slammed Jim Cramer again on Sunday for “pandering” after the CNBC host apologized to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for calling her “Crazy Nancy.” “Jim, to late to take it back. Stay with the truth, no pandering!” Trump tweeted. 2Jim Cramer called Nancy Pelosi 'Crazy Nancy' in an interview 2Donald Trump slammed Cramer for his apology Last week, Cramer interviewed Pelosi about a coronavirus stimulus plan that has stalled in the Senate when he addressed her by one the president’s nickname for the Democrat leader. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I’m sorry, that was the president. I have such reverence for the office. I would never use that term,” Cramer said on Squaws on the Street last week. Pelosi responded: “But you just did. But you just did.” Later, on Mad Money, Cramer apologized again for the “very stupid comment.” Most read in News'I WANT TO...
    Jerry Harris attends the Build Series to discuss "Cheer" at Build Studio on January 29, 2020 in New York City. Jim Spellman/Getty Images Prosecutors say Jerry Harris, made famous by the Netflix reality series "Cheer," asked a 13-year-old for naked pictures through Snapchat. Harris was arrested on Thursday and charged with producing child pornography in connection to the incident.  Prosecutors say that while he's been charged with allegations stemming from one minor, Harris has admitted to soliciting child pornography from between 10 and 15 minors.  A spokesperson for Harris told Variety on Monday that he and his team "categorically dispute the claims made against Jerry Harris." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Cheer" star Jerry Harris admitted during an interview with authorities that he sexted a 13-year-old boy and asked him for nude photos on Snapchat, prosecutors said in a criminal complaint outlining charges. Harris, 21, was...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump has said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “as crazy as a bed bug” as Republicans work to oust her from her coveted role in Congress. Trump called Pelosi the name during a campaign rally in Mosinee, Wisconsin, on Thursday night. 5The president called House Speaker 'as crazy as a bed bug' during a campaign rally on Thursday nightCredit: The Mega Agency The president called the first female House Speaker the same thing during an interview with Fox & Friends in November 2019. "But I have to deal with crazy Nancy, she's crazy as a … as a bed bug," Trump said during the interview last year. "She is nuts. What she's doing – and she's not talented. She's highly overrated. All she's doing is sitting. She's not doing anything for the people. He added, before the House of Representatives voted to impeach him: “And now it turns out...
    The 25 most memorable fictional political villains GenX Investors: How to Build a Substantial Retirement Fund in the Next 10-20 Years Simone Biles described experiencing a nasty bout of racism from an opponent early on in her illustrious gymnastics career © REUTERS/Brian Snyder REUTERS/Brian Snyder Simone Biles has experienced bigotry while competing during her illustrious gymnastics career. Biles reflected on one instance while promoting her partnership with skincare brand SK-II back in March. An opponent made racist comments after Biles bested her for a 2013 World Championship medal. "In the interview afterward since me and Gabby [Douglas] had been winning, she's like 'Well maybe if we paint our skin black we'll win too,'" Biles said. "And that was really hurtful because that wasn't the reason." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Simone Biles may be the most dominant athlete on the planet, but even she isn't exempted...
    Life looks a lot different this year. Everything is virtual now. There is virtual dating, working from home, virtual filmmaking and so on. Even the celebrities are giving interviews from the comfort of their homes. Like Sia recently did a radio interview, and it is during this she ended up doing something that probably no other star has done so far. The Cheap Thrills hitmaker took a bathroom break while the interview was going on! Sia spent a long day of doing promotional interviews on August 14, and she was so overwhelmed that she didn’t get any time to use the facilities between the interviews. So she used the toilet – which loudly flushed – while chatting with Nova FM’s Ash, Kip & Luttsy with Susie O’Neill show. Sia’s bathroom break could have been edited out, since the interview was not live, but it was so hilarious that they decided to keep it. Good...
    A BBC Arabic journalist filmed the terrifying moment her office was torn apart during a live interview as a massive explosion ripped through Beirut. Maryam Toumi had been conducting an interview with Faisal Al-Asil, director of projects at the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy, when the blast hit the Lebanese capital yesterday. Ms Toumi was forced to duck under a desk for cover as Mr Al-Asil watched on in horror - helpless to intervene. It is thought that she was able to escape unharmed.  Ms Toumi had been at the office around 1.5 miles away from the epicentre of the explosion at the port in Beirut. She began talking to Mr Al-Asil before an ominous rumble could be heard in the background as furniture began to shake.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next How Beirut was torn apart: Videos capture the moment that... Russia's worst-ever serial killer - who...
    Bradley Cortright July 19, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump is continuing his attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden’s (D) mental health and suggesting he would not be able to withstand an interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace. “Let Biden sit through an interview like this. He’ll be on the ground crying for mommy. He’ll say, ‘Mommy, mommy, please take me home,'” Trump said during an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” “Let him come out of his basement, go around, I’ll make four or five speeches a day, I’ll be interviewed by you, I’ll be interviewed by the worst killers that hate my … my guts. They hate my guts. There’s nothing they can ask me that I won’t give them a proper answer to. Some people will like it. Some people won’t like it,” he added.Watch the video below: President Trump reacts to Mary Trump's new book. Plus, he answers whether...
    Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden called Arizona “an important city” during an interview on the 2020 election. The former vice president made the blunder during a recent appearance on NBC 12. “Arizona is very much in play in 2020, so we appreciate you taking some time and talk to the people of our state,” host Mark Curtis said. “Oh, you’re an important city. You guys are going through hell right now, are ya?” Biden responded. “We really are with the pandemic,” Curtis said. CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKS IN ARIZONA, TEXAS AND FLORIDA ACCOUNT FOR NEARLY HALF OF NEW US DAILY REPORTED CASES Arizona has been rated as a “toss-up” in the presidential election by the nonpartisan Cook Political Report. Around 10 minutes into the interview, a Biden aide apparently thought it had gone on long enough. The aide interrupted to tell the NBC 12 anchor this would be “the last question.” Curtis...
    Florida reports over 15,000 COVID-19 cases in single-day record Tax Day deals are almost non-existent but National Fry Day brings free fries, deals Monday A fast-rising star of womens MMA submitted Paige VanZant then ended an interview saying it was time for chocolate © Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Amanda Ribas. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Amanda Ribas submitted Paige VanZant with an armbar in the first round of their flyweight UFC 251 match. After defeating VanZant in the Flash Forum on "Fight Island," Ribas delivered a post-fight interview as memorable as her performance at the media day earlier in the week where she could not stop smiling and laughing. Ribas thanked the UFC for the opportunity to fight in Abu Dhabi, spoke of what she hopes comes next, and then ended the interview by saying it was time for her to...
    Amanda Ribas. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Amanda Ribas submitted Paige VanZant with an armbar in the first round of their flyweight UFC 251 match. After defeating VanZant in the Flash Forum on "Fight Island," Ribas delivered a post-fight interview as memorable as her performance at the media day earlier in the week where she could not stop smiling and laughing. Ribas thanked the UFC for the opportunity to fight in Abu Dhabi, spoke of what she hopes comes next, and then ended the interview by saying it was time for her to go eat some chocolate. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. FIGHT ISLAND — A fast-rising star of women's MMA submitted Paige VanZant then ended an interview saying it was time for her to go eat chocolate. Amanda Ribas, 26, beat VanZant midway through the opening round of a flyweight bout Saturday...
    Rudy Giuliani has revealed that he called New York City police on Sacha Baron Cohen who tried to prank him during an interview earlier this week while wearing a pink bikini. In an interview with Page Six, Giuliani said that he was under the impression he was participating in a serious interview about the Trump administration's response to COVID-19 when he arrived at the Mark Hotel in Manhattan on Tuesday.  He said he was even offered payment for the interview, but asked that the funds be donated to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. The former New York City mayor said that he was being interviewed by a woman when 'this guy comes running in' wearing a 'pink bikini, with lace, underneath a translucent mesh top'. Giuliani, who didn't realize it was Cohen at first, said the man 'looked absurd'.  'He had the beard, bare legs, and wasn't what I would...
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