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    A GROOM suffered a broken collar bone after trying to show off on a dirt bike at his wedding. The bride was waiting with a checkered flag for her new spouse's dramatic entrance when he skidded and toppled off the bike. 4The groom was thrown from the bike as he came around the bendCredit: Twitter 4Footage shows him hit the ground and rollCredit: Twitter 4Horrified guests rushed to help himCredit: Twitter Shocking footage shows the excited woman in white waiting on a road side in Parma, Italy. Her husband then flies around the bend on a dirt bike, sounding his horn in excitement. Suddenly, he loses control and is thrown off the bike. He smashes into the ground before rolling - leaving him sitting sprawled out. More world newsHOLIDAY BLUES I was banned from Airbnb over a 'minor crime' committed 10 years agoGUNNING FOR IT Man holds up bank with shotgun for his OWN £50k savings amid collapse Reception guests watching on can be heard crying out in horror as they rush to help him. The stricken groom was taken...
    What Fox News says and what Fox News does can be two very different things. The right-wing cable news channel has a COVID-19 vaccine requirement in its Manhattan headquarters, and in December 2021, a Fox News spokesman told the New York Times that more than 90% of its employees had been vaccinated for COVID-19. But that hasn’t stopped Fox News from shamelessly promoting anti-vaxxer nonsense. Journalist Aaron Blake, in an article published by the Washington Post on February 7, takes a look at anti-vaxxer tweets that have been coming from Fox News’ Twitter account @FoxNews — some of which are implying that COVID-19 vaccines are dangerous. “For the entirety of the coronavirus vaccination campaign,” Blake explains, “one of vaccine skeptics’ most oft-used and likely effective tools has been to focus on vaccinated people falling ill. Often, this will be done without explicitly linking the two events, but the suggestion and implication will be there for everyone to see. This is especially popular among fringe, conspiracy theory websites and blogs.” Blake notes that in a February 6 tweet, for example,...
    A Florida bride has ensured that neither her groom nor the internet will ever forget her wedding day performance after donning a completely backless dress with a thong to give her new husband a sexy lap dance.  The woman, who is known only as Rochelle, enthusiastically twerked and grinded on her man during a choreographed routine that she performed along with her bridesmaids at the reception.    A wedding guest with the handle @_1karin shared a video of the tongue-wagging moment on her Instagram Stories over the weekend, the New York Post reported, and it ended up going viral on Twitter.  Scroll down for video   Moving and shaking: A Florida bride has tongues wagging after a video of her saucy wedding reception performance went viral  Can't stop, won't stop: The woman, who is known only as Rochelle, enthusiastically twerked and grinded on her husband while wearing a backless dress and a thong  Popular: A guest with the handle @_1karin shared a video of the wild moment on her Instagram Stories over the weekend, and it was later posted on Twitter  'IS THAT THE BRIDE?!?!?'...
    She plays Maria in Steven Spielberg's lauded West Side Story remake - yet before getting the life-changing part nearly three years ago, newcomer Rachel Zegler was just a regular high school student with no film experience. The American actress, from New Jersey, who was cast alongside Ansel Elgort as Tony, landed the coveted role after submitting a video of herself singing one of the 1957 musical's most well-known songs, I Feel Pretty, in Spanish to producers. Rachel, 20, was chosen from 30,000 applicants after responding to a casting call on social media for Latino and Latina actors in January 2018.  Before finding fame, Rachel, whose mother Gina is Colombian and construction worker father is Polish, worked as a part-time wedding singer and was an honor roll student.  But now, having been hailed as the 'perfect' Maria, the award-winning actress appears to be set to become a firm favorite in Hollywood - with Disney casting her as Snow White in its new live-action adaptation. And even the late composer Stephen Sondheim said she sang 'like a nightingale' - and yet Rachel has admitted she is still...
    An American couple is going viral for drawing up an invoice for a guest who RSVPed 'yes' to their wedding but didn't show up on the big day. Doug and Dedra recently tied the knot at Royalton Negril Resort & Spa in Jamaica, shelling out big bucks on a reception where catering cost $120 a head. But when two guests failed to show, the bride and groom decided to invoice them for the money they wasted — and the move has divided social media users in fierce debate. Well that's new! An American couple is going viral for drawing up an invoice for a guest who RSVPed 'yes' to their wedding but didn't show up on the big day The Huffington Post editor Philip Lewis shared a photo of the invoice, which has gone viral this week. 'I don’t think I’ve ever seen a wedding reception invoice before lol,' he wrote.  Doug and Dedra formatted an official-looking invoice for expenditures, listing 'Wedding Reception Dinner (No Show)' as the only line item. Two units at #120 each brought the total bill to $240....
    The Washingtonian, a magazine based in the nation's capital, provided a new twist in the story about D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser being caught on camera not wearing a mask indoors at a wedding despite her new order reinstating masks be worn indoors regardless of vaccination status. The scoop was that the reporter who first reported the story wasn't invited to the wedding. Twitter users mocked what many considered e an attempt by the Washingtonian to excuse Bowser’s mask hypocrisy.  Over the weekend, various photos emerged of Bowser attending events without a mask in blatant disregard for her new mask mandate. Most notably, the Democrat mayor appeared in a wedding she officiated at The Line DC hotel in the district’s Adams Morgan neighborhood. Although Bowser’s office told Fox News that the mayor "wore a mask indoors in compliance with the mandate," a photo provided by The Washington Examiner showed that wasn't true. On Monday, the Washingtonian reported on Bowser's scandal but added a new detail and shared it in a tweet. "UPDATE: The Washington Examiner writer who published photos of Mayor...
    Ioan Griffudd has broken his silence on his 'extremely difficult' split from wife Alice Evans on Saturday, days after it was revealed via Twitter that their marriage was over. Still wearing his wedding ring, the Welsh actor, 47, stopped to briefly to speak with photographers as he went grocery shopping solo at Trader Joe's in Los Angeles. Addressing the split, he said: 'Look, as I said before, it's an extremely difficult time for the family, our thoughts are with our children obviously right now and I'd really respect a little bit of privacy right now, thank you.' Speaking out: Ioan Griffudd has broken his silence on his 'extremely difficult' split from wife Alice Evans on Saturday, days after it was revealed via Twitter that their marriage was over Earlier in the day, he was spotted breaking cover for the first time since the end of his 13-year marriage was announced as he went on a coffee run. The screen star was seen grabbing several drinks at Starbucks during the rare outing on Saturday, before heading back to his Los...
    Twitter/@atdanwhite A fake invitation for the "Fartlander-Ween" wedding went viral. A fake wedding invitation has provided social media with a collective laugh amid the coronavirus pandemic. Comedian Dan White shared a parody invitation to the “Fartlander-Ween” wedding on September 21 and the post quickly picked up a lot of attention. The term “Fartlander” was trending in the United States on Twitter within hours and the original post was retweeted thousands of times. At first glance, the invitation looks like it could be coming from a real couple motivated to keep their original wedding date in spite of the pandemic. But if the names on the card – Erica Fartlander and Dustin Ween – were not a dead giveaway, there are other explicit clues that the invitation was created as a joke. Here’s what you need to know: The Picture Is a Stock Photo From a Company That Sells Wedding Invitations Damn. Just got this in the mail. pic.twitter.com/Vqd9mPFxav — Dan White (@atdanwhite) September 21, 2020 The couple pictured on the invitation is the first obvious clue...
    Imagine going through a particularly rough breakup, in which your partner seemingly has a change of heart overnight and leaves you with no warning or explanation. Now, imagine several years later, after working so hard to heal those wounds, and finally learning why your relationship failed … from your ex-partner’s wedding announcement. Hide It sounds like the makings of a Lifetime TV movie, but it was the sad reality of a woman named Nikyta Moreno. Moreno, 30, recently gave her side of the story to the New York Post after ex her, Robert Palmer, also 30, was featured in the New York Times “Vows” wedding announcement column after getting married to his new bride, Lauren Maillian, 35. Hide In the piece, Moreno recalls in great detail meeting Palmer in the summer of 2013, and after a whirlwind romance, the pair quickly moved in together. They married in a small civil ceremony in December 2015 and were in the middle of planning a larger bash in Palmer’s hometown of Dallas when he abruptly called things off in March 2017—without rhyme or...
    A British man has been remaining with a depleted wedding guest list because of to new quarantine policies that occur into force this weekend. Oliver, who did not want to share his next name, is from Kent but has lived in the Czech Republic for 11 decades. He is owing to get married in Prague to his fiancee Andrea, 33, who is from a city to the east of the Czech money identified as Pardubice. But new guidelines necessarily mean that arrivals in the Uk from the Czech Republic – as effectively as Switzerland and Jamaica – will have to isolate for 14 times if they get there immediately after 4am on Saturday. This is aimed at restricting the spread of the coronavirus. The rules ended up introduced on Thursday night time and prompted almost 30 of the wedding ceremony guests to depart prior to the ceremony in an work to beat the limitations. Oliver, 38, told PA information company: “I am down about 30 visitors and my minimal sister, who is a bridesmaid, is distraught at obtaining to fly...
    There ain't no mountain high enough to keep these newlyweds apart. A couple was determined to say “I do” after the coronavirus pandemic derailed their wedding plans, and epically eloped on a Colorado mountaintop instead. Dr. Monifa Seawell and Wyatt Jeffries recently tied the knot at the top of a gorgeous mountain in the Centennial State, Women’s Health reports. DOCTOR WHO SAVED MAN'S LIFE IN BIKINI OPENS UP ABOUT INSTAGRAM FAME, SLAMS SEXISM IN MEDICINE Images of the intimate ceremony – attended only by photographer Sheena Shahangian – have since gone viral on Twitter with over 133,000 likes and nearly 13,000 shares. “Oh don't mind me it's me and my hubs on our wedding day on a mountain 12,000 feet above sea level eloping and what not in a pandemic and yes we hiked this mountain at 4 a.m. in 30 degree weather in our wedding gear and married ourselves,” Seawell posted on Sunday, adding the hashtags #LoveWins and #BlackJoy. Users gushed over the simple ceremony, and congratulated the newlyweds. Many were impressed with the bride and groom’s tenacity to climb...
    Newlyweds have been sent stunning photographs of their sunset wedding  - after a stranger took pictures and tracked them down on Twitter. Nevona Friedman, 26, captured the moment the couple exchanged vows with no witnesses on Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday evening. She was on a stroll with her boyfriend at around 8pm when she realized the couple did not have a wedding photographer, reported the New York Post. 'I realized there was no one else there — no family watching or photographer. I really can't imagine getting married with no photos.' Ms Friedman lined up the perfect shot, showing the couple staring into each others' eyes in front of a stunning orange skyline. She later posted it online with the caption: 'If you were getting married on the Brooklyn Bridge this evening, I've got some photos for you!' The moment the couple exchanged vows with no witnesses on Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday evening at around 8pm Eventually a friend of the newlyweds saw the post and Ms Friedman was able to send them their only wedding photographs. And the...
    These newlyweds are lucky and in love — and now they have a picture to prove it. A quick-thinking photographer captured the exact moment a bride and groom tied the knot on the Brooklyn Bridge, then used the collective power of social media to track down the mysterious couple and unite them with their one and only wedding photo. “I realized there was no one else there — no family watching or photographer,” said Nevona Friedman, the 26-year-old New Yorker who captured the moment on Sunday while on a stroll with her boyfriend. “I really can’t imagine getting married with no photos.” When she spotted the scene, she jumped out into the bike path to frame up the shot on her phone, romantic sunset and all. When she got home, she took to Twitter to try and identify the newlyweds and present them with the surprise pics. “If you were getting married on the Brooklyn Bridge this evening, I’ve got some photos for you!” Friedman tweeted, racking up more than 132,000 likes. if you were getting married on the brooklyn...
    A man was wounded in a Staten Island shooting late Wednesday morning, according to police and fire officials. The man was shot at the intersection of Barker Street and Castleton Avenue in Port Richmond just before 11:30 a.m., authorities said. He was taken to Richmond University Medical Center, according to an FDNY spokesman. Information on his condition was not immediately available. Police are looking for a male suspect around 40 years old wearing a black shirt and red shorts. The shooting comes amid a recent spike in gunplay across the city. Filed under shootings ,  staten island ,  7/22/20 Share this article: Share this: Facebook Twitter Flipboard WhatsApp Email Copy Read Next Open or shut? De Blasio again delays decision on schools Read Next Open or shut? De Blasio again delays decision on schools Share Selection Trending Now on NYPost.com This story has been shared 214,425 times. 214,425 Joe Biden's disastrous plans for America's suburbs This story has been shared 201,653 times....
    Eric Trump has been trolled on Twitter after sharing a photo of Ghislaine Maxwell at Chelsea Clinton's wedding with the caption: 'Birds of a feather.' The tweet was an apparent attempt by the president's son to smear the Clintons for their connection to Jeffrey Epstein's alleged 'pimp' who was arrested and charged by the FBI earlier on Thursday.  The now-infamous photo shows Maxwell, 58, among a sea of guests at Chelsea's wedding in upstate New York in 2010, as Bill walks his daughter down the aisle.  The tweet, however, blew up in Eric's face, as users were quick to reply with photos of his own father rubbing elbows with Epstein and Maxwell over the years.  Eric Trump tweeted a now-infamous photo of Ghislaine Maxwell at Chelsea Clinton's 2010 wedding, saying: 'birds of a feather', only for users to bombard him with pictures of his father with Jeffrey Epstein in response Twitter users immediately replied with photos of Trump posing alongside billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged 'pimp' Ghislaine Maxwell, over the years  In most of the pictures, which...
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