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‘Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted’ Spinoff Set At Nat Geo, Paired With Big Moe Carson Series For All-Culinary Night

EXCLUSIVE: Nat Geo is expanding the Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted franchise with spinoff series Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted Showdown. The new three-part series, which also will feature Ramsay’s daughter Tilly, will premiere at 8 pm on Monday, July 25. It will be followed by previously announced four-part series World of Flavor with Big Moe Cason at 10 pm, making for an all-culinary night.

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‘The View’ hosts face backlash for $14K a night luxury Bahamas getaway
Baha Mar in Nassau, Bahamas, with alum Sherri Shepherd even dropping in. The women have been recording their show from their luxury stay. The resort is made up of three hotels: Rosewood, Grand Hyatt and SLS.According to The Sun, the Rosewood is the most expensive hotel of the three with the oceanside six-bedroom villa setting customers back $14,358 a night.The three-bedroom penthouse suite costs $12,358 a night and a one-bedroom ocean-view suite runs $2,577 per night.On Monday’s episode, the ladies revealed they have taken advantage of all the amenities the resort has to offer, which includes cocktails at Manor Bar in Rosewood and some gambling at Hyatt casino.Meanwhile, Haines, 44, and Hostin, 53, hit the waterparks, as they were seen on the show engaging in competitive activities. Photos also show the ladies hitting the resort pools. The resort additionally comes with a colossal 15-acre water park, a five-star spa, several restaurants and excursion options.  A post shared by The View (@theviewabc)A post shared by The View (@theviewabc)Their lavish getaway comes on the heels of several scandals that have plagued the women. In February, Goldberg, 66, was suspended from the ABC network after controversial comments relating to the Holocaust. The next month, Behar, 79, suffered a dramatic fall, face-planting in front of the audience. Meanwhile, the show has been struggling to find a conservative voice after Abby Huntsman, Meghan McCain, and Jedediah Bila left in recent years due to conflict with the other left-wing hosts. Despite the much-needed paradise getaway, the hosts faced backlash for touting their stay at Baha Mar. “Awwww.
James Bond star Sean Connery's ‘sensational’ Picasso takes home whopping £17.7m at auction
James Bond star's family put the artwork up for sale to raise funds for the Sean Connery Philanthropic Fund.It will donate money to good causes in Scotland and the Bahamas, where the star lived with his wife Micheline for more than 30 years.Edinburgh-born Sir Sean bought Buste D'Homme Dans Un Cadre a few years before his death aged 90 in October 2020.The 1969 painting was sold in Hong Kong yesterday by auction house Christie's and had been expected to fetch at least £15million.Auctioneer Georgina Hilton wore a Bond-style tuxedo in tribute to 007 and described the painting as “sensational”.The bidding started at £10 million and received five offers before attracting a final price of £17.7million, including the buyer's premium.The most expensive Picasso ever sold at auction was Les Femmes d'Alger (Version 'O') which sold for $179.4 million (£142 million) in 2015.Speaking before the sale, his stepson Stephane Connery, an art adviser, said: “Sean had an extraordinary sense of aesthetics, composition and movement honed by his career in a visual medium as well as his long marriage to Micheline, a fine and internationally-exhibited painter.“He loved and owned numerous works by Picasso, and upon seeing Buste D Homme Dans Un Cadre, he was captivated by its expressive power and freedom.“It seems fitting that this work would be sold in Asia as Sean had a tremendous affinity for Asia and its culture.”He added: 'Before Sean passed away in 2020, he allocated a sizeable portion of his estate to be used for philanthropic purposes.“We - his family - are now working to create a fund that will offer support to organisations that reflect Sean's interests and passions, and serve to keep his legacy of integrity, opportunity and effectiveness