Joe Jonas & Pregnant Sophie Turner Make A Juice Bar Run

Sophie Turner walks and talks with husband Joe Jonas while out in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon (March 4).

The cute couple stepped out on the warm day for a juice run. Sophie, who is expecting her first child with Joe, hid her growing baby bump with her cute blue dress and a gray bag.

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Just over the weekend, Sophie wore another cute babydoll style dress while out to lunch with Joe and a few friends.

Jonas Brothers fans learned a lot about Sophie this week, when she admitted she used to “hate” the group! See what she shared here!

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Chrissy Teigen admits to having breast implants and fears having them removed

Chrissy Teigen has admitted to having breast implants when she was 20-year-old and had spoken about her fears of complications if she was to have them removed.

The 34-year-old TV presenter said that the is torn about heading back to the operating table to reverse the procedure in a cover star interview with Glamour magazine.

Chrissy said she had her first procedure when she was a 20-year-old swimsuit model but has since had two children with singer husband John Legend.

Now she would like to have her implants removed before undergoing a lift, but has so far been put off by the risks of surgery.

Chrissy said: "Yeah, I did my boobs when I was about 20 years old. It was more for a swimsuit thing.

"I thought, if I'm going to be posing, laid on my back, I want them to be perky!


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"But then you have babies and they fill up with milk and deflate and now I am screwed."

Chrissy, who married 41-year-old singer Legend, in 2013, said her initial surgery kept the same cup size but made her breasts "rounder and firmer".

"I had a quarter 'teardrop' cup in the bottom and filled out the breast line," she said.

"But I want them out now. If I could do one thing, it would be to have a lift. I think you're supposed to replace (implants) every 10 years.

"But when you have kids you think about (the risks) of surgery and I think, 'This is not the way I want to die, in boob surgery."'

In the same interview, former Sports Illustrated model Chrissy also opened up on her body confidence and how motherhood changed how she viewed herself.

She is mother to daughter Luna, three, and son Miles, one.


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"I used to weigh myself every morning, afternoon and night," the Lip Sync Battle host said.

"I knew what the scales would say after each meal. I did that for eight years and had this one weight I wanted to be at.

"That changed with Luna, and really changed with Miles, where it took me a year to be comfortable with my new normal number."

Read the full interview in Glamour, available via digital download and on newsstands now.

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Inside Chloe Ferry’s luxury new house including fancy decor and marble floors

It seems as though Chloe Ferry is finally settled into her new luxurious pad after moving in at the beginning of January.

And the house has come a long way from empty rooms and carpet-less floors, as Chloe has finally transformed the interior into something wonderful.

It's clear to see the tone of decor the former Geordie Shore star opted for was grey and silver, and the classy furniture inside the home complements the overall look.

The 24-year-old Geordie Shore star moved in to her plush new pad in January and has spent the last few weeks making the place feel like home.


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The impressive pad features spacious bedrooms and bathrooms, which Chloe has decorated with the latest an greatest gadgets.

And being the queen of extra that she is, Chloe of course decided to put fancy marble flooring in.

The reality star's bedroom boasts an incredible luxurious bed with stunning velvet headboards.

And the living room features a spacious grey velvet L shape sofa which is perfect for when Chloe entertains her guests.



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Chloe's living room also boasts a massive built-in TV, so she can watch back her Geordie Shore episodes from the comfort of her own living room.

The ceiling of the house is just as impressive as the flooring, as Chloe splashed the cash for some seriously fancy mirrored glass chandeliers to hang from above.

And it wouldn't be the same without having fresh flowers in the house. Only Chloe took things a step further and put fresh white and blush pink roses on display which complemented her chic girly look.



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Moving on to the kitchen, the decor inspo definitely does not end there.

Chloe pulled out all the stops to make sure her kitchen keeps the same level of chicness as the rest of the house.

From a stunning glass dining table to sleek brand new counter tops, Chloe is set to cook up a storm in this room of the house.



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Back in January, Chloe shared the big news with her 3.4 million online followers that she'd become a homeowner.

She wrote: "Left a lot of things in 2019 but I’m so ready for 2020 welcome to my new home."

It came after Chloe broke up with her on-off boyfriend Sam Gowland for good.


The reality starlet couldn't help but smile as she spoke to the camera from outside her white and grey home.

"So, this is what I’ve been keeping a secret, this is my new humble abode. Obviously, it’s just a shell at the minute, gotta put carpet down," she continued.

With her Bentley parked outfront, Chloe's house is finally ready to accommodate her unique lifestyle.

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Female Komodo Dragon conceives without a male partner

Sorry, Kadal, you are not the father!

When the Chattanooga Zoo announced last September that Charlie, the zoo’s female Komodo dragon, birthed three hatchlings, zoo staff weren’t exactly sure how Charlie conceived.

Did she breed with Kadal, the zoo’s male dragon, with whom she was placed in the hopes that they’d mate? Or would she reproduce all on her own?

Turns out, Charlie doesn’t need a man, thank you very much.

“DNA results show that the hatchlings were, in fact, reproduced through parthenogenesis!” the zoo wrote on Instagram, while channeling daytime television’s paternity test champion Maury Povich.

“Although Kadal and Charlie were placed together in hopes of breeding, our staff is very excited to witness this monumental work of nature and be part of such an important conservation program.”

Parthenogenesis, the zoo explains, is “a type of reproduction where the female produces offspring without male fertilization.” Because Komodo dragons can live isolated lives, female dragons have evolved to where they can reproduce through sex and also parthenogenetically, the zoo says.

Other animals, like some species of fish and insects, can also reproduce by themselves, deeming male fertilization unnecessary.

The Komodo dragon is the world’s largest living species of lizard and is currently considered “vulnerable to extinction,” which makes the now 7-month-old hatchlings — Onyx, Jasper and Flint — even more exciting.

“Our staff is thrilled to play a part and to be able to witness this truly miraculous occurrence,” said Dardenelle Long, Chattanooga Zoo CEO and president, in a statement. “As the Komodo dragon is listed as vulnerable to extinction, these hatchlings are even more special and represent a bright future for their species.”

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Derby vs Man Utd odds and prediction: Best betting offers for tonight’s FA Cup clash – The Sun

WAYNE ROONEY is the star of the show in tonight’s intriguing FA Cup clash.

The Derby star goes up against Man Utd for the first time since returning to English football.

Rooney could help inspire a huge shock if the Rams can knock the Red Devils out of the competition.

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Man Utd to win and both teams NOT to score: 9/1

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Pete Davidson Says Ex Ariana Grande ‘Made Me All Famous’ – Watch! (Video)

Pete Davidson credits Ariana Grande for his fame.

The Saturday Night Live comedian made an appearance on First We Feast’s Hot Ones on Thursday (March 5).

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During his appearance, Pete discussed his ex, Ariana Grande.

“It’s really annoying ‘cause, like, I live in Staten Island and [people] come there now ‘cause, like, Ariana Grande made me all famous and stuff. It’s all her fault. It is!” he joked.

“She sent the wolves on me. She made me, created me — whatever they say.”

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See How People Around the World Are Coping During the Coronavirus Outbreak

A sanitary worker disinfects a church in Beirut on March 5. 

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A worker wearing a protective suit sprays disinfectant at an Islamic Mosque in Beirut, Lebanon, on March 5. 

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Workers wear face masks as they remove seating from a public area at the Beijing Capital Airport in Beijing on March 5. 

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The square in front of Rome’s Colosseum, usually crowded with hundreds of tourists, stands almost empty on March 5.

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Hongqiao Railway Station in Shanghai is usually bustling, but is near empty on March 5.  

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Palestinian police officers wear masks and share sanitizer to protect themselves from Coronavirus as they stand guard after a hotel in Bethlehem was quarantined due to a number of suspected cases on March 5. 

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A Gondoliere checks his phone while waiting for tourists in Venice on March 5. 

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The usually very busy Grand Canal in Venice, Italy, is totally empty on March 5. 

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A Venice fish market near Rialto bridge stands deserted on March 5. 

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Paola Senesi, Headmaster of Rome’s secondary classics school Giulio Cesare, talks in an empty classroom on March 5. Italy closed all schools and universities until March 15. 

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An almost empty British Airways passenger plane flies from Milan to London on March 5. 

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A teacher teaches to an empty class, instead giving an online lecture, at Politecnico di Milano on March 5 in Milan, Italy. 

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A worker sprays disinfectant as a precaution against the Coronavirus inside a Vietnam Airlines airplane at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam, on March 3.

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Members of Victoria Hospital Medical staff demonstrate to the public on how to properly wash their hands using sanitizer in Bangalore, India, on March 5. 

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A sign for hand sanitizers is displayed on an empty shelf in a pharmacy in London, March 5. People have been clearing the shelves by buying hand santizer, masks, cleaning products and toilet paper in mass quantities. 

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People leave a Costco in Melbourne, Australia, with rolls of toilet paper. 

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Tokyo Disneyland announced that it would be closed from Feb. 29 until March 15 to curb the spread of new Coronavirus infections. 

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Shanghai Disneyland temporarily closed amid the spread of the virus, as well. 

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Universal Studio Theme Park in Japan also temporarily closed amidst concerns. 

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People wear face masks in Times Square in N.Y.C. on March 3. 

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A utility service worker for King County Metro deep cleans a metro bus in Seattle, Washington. 

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A cleaner wearing protective clothing sprays antibacterial solution a bus station in Baku, Azerbaijan.

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Two Chelsea fans wear face masks head of the FA Cup Fifth Round match between Chelsea and Liverpool in London. 

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A woman and a child wear protective masks on the underground train system in Brussels, Belgium. 

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An employee disinfects a bus in the country of Georgia. 

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A couple wearing protective masks takes a selfie in front of the Louvre Museum on March 4. The museum announced that it is closing amidst the outbreak. 

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Visitors wait in front of the Louvre Museum as the museum was closed for a staff meeting about the Coronavirus outbreak on March 4 in Paris. 

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Personnel wear protective masks and suits in Krakow, Poland, in front of mobile emergency rooms, set up as a precaution after Poland confirmed its first Coronavirus infection. 

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Workers from Department of Health wear personal protective equipment and carry cleaning supplies into a residential building in Hong Kong. 

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Photographers take pictures of a tourist wearing a protective face mask in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan after Fashion Week in the Italian city.

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People wear facemasks in front of the Duomo of Milan in Italy on Feb. 24. 

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Tourists in Venice ride in a gondola after the city canceled its Carnival celebrations. 

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A dog wears a paper cup over its mouth on a street in Beijing. One dog has been quarantined after testing a “weak positive” for the virus.

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A medical staff member disinfects a quarantine zone converted from a hotel in Wuhan, China.

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A pair of elderly people go to a drugstore to buy masks, which are sold out, in Luzhou City, China.

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A worker wears a protective mask while cleaning construction waste at Wuhan Keting in Wuhan, China.

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A CDC worker hands samples collected from a suspected Coronavirus patient to colleagues for testing in a quarantined hotel in Wuhan, China.

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Workers prepare beds at Wuhan International Conference and Exhibition Center in Wuhan, China, the city believed to be at the center of the outbreak.

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Medical employees in Hong Kong line up outside the Hospital Authority Building to hand in demand letters in hopes of convincing the government to change its tactics.

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A man holds a child as they and others wear protective masks while riding on the subway in Beijing, China, on Jan. 24. 

The elderly and immunocompromised people are at the greatest risk for contracting the virus. 

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A woman wears a hat, sunglasses and protective mask in Singapore on Jan. 28. 

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A woman with her child wrapped in a plastic sheet walks on a street in Hong Kong on Jan. 29.

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A young child wears a protective mask and is covered in plastic while waiting to check into a flight at Beijing Capital Airport on Jan. 30. 

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Chinese children wear plastic bottles as makeshift homemade protection and protective masks while waiting to check into a flight at Beijing Capital Airport on Jan. 30. 

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A man wears a protective mask and goggles at Beijing Capital Airport on Jan. 30. 

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First Coronavirus Death In California Sees Governor Declare State Of Emergency For Golden State

Just hours after the Golden State saw its first death from the coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom today declared a state of emergency in California.

Citing ‘heightened anxiety” and the 53 cases of COVID-19 in the state, the Governor made the move this afternoon “not to alarm, but to enliven out capacity.”

“This proclamation, I want to point out, is not about money,” Newsom asserted as the move opened up access to goods and emergency services. “It’s about resourcefulness. It’s about our ability to add tools to the tool kit.”

Speaking in Sacramento, Newsom also offered an update on the senior who recently traveled on a Princess cruise ship from San Francisco to Mexico died in a Roseville hospital and the state of the ship itself off the coast- as you can see in the video of his briefing this afternoon.

LIVE: Governor @GavinNewsom and State Health Officials hold a #COVID19 briefing in Sacramento. https://t.co/epnqSKL40h

— Office of the Governor of California (@CAgovernor) March 5, 2020

With around 9,400 individuals being monitored in the right now for the fast spreading coronavirus, California is the third state to declare a state of emergency. The state declaration follows a move by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and County officials this morning to declare a heath emergency in the jurisdiction.

As entertainment industry events and gatherings are shuttered or postponed around the nation and the globe there have presently been 11 deaths from the airborne coronavirus in the U.S.A. so far. Internationally, there are more than 90,000 cases of COVID-19 with more than 3,100 deaths reported, according to the World Health Organization.

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Harry Kane ‘prefers Man Utd transfer to staying at Tottenham for extensive rebuild and will NOT consider new deal’ – The Sun

HARRY KANE would prefer to join Manchester United than be part of a massive Tottenham rebuild under Jose Mourinho, according to reports.

Spurs chief Daniel Levy and boss Mourinho are hopeful they can keep the 26-year-old striker – but that appears to hinge on Champions League qualification.

Mourinho would have just £50million to spend in the transfer window should they fail to make it into Europe's top competition next season.

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