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'We get into arguments' Cameron Norrie on tension at home with girlfriend Louise Jacobi
Cameron Norrie, who is taking part in the Wimbledon Tennis tournament this year, has opened up about what causes “tension” at home between himself and girlfriend Louise Jacobi.The athlete has revealed the pair sometimes “get into arguments” during their time in the kitchen together. Cameron, 26, appears to have been dating Louise for a number of years, though it is not known exactly how long. The British men's No 1, ranked 12 in the world on the official ATP chart, has admitted in a new interview that one source of tension over the years has been their time in the kitchen together. “We get into arguments when we cook,” he admitted.The tennis star went on to explain that, while Louise was a diligent recipe follower, he was more of a maverick chef. “Because Louise always wants to follow recipes to the letter while I prefer to wing it and experiment a bit,” he told The Times. Last October, Cameron secured his first ATP Masters 1000 title by beating Nikoloz Basilashvil at the BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells.He turned professional back in 2017, and has since been one of Britain’s most exciting tennis stars. Cameron has so far attained four ATP Tour singles titles and one doubles title and has held the honour of British number one in men's singles since October 18, 2021.While the athlete keeps a pretty tight lid on his private life, the South African-born player has been publicly dating Louise since 2020 - although the pair may have struck up a romance long before that point. The first picture of the couple was posted to Instagram in 2020, but one post marking Cameron’s birthday featured a comment from Louise that indicated they had been dating for at least a year.Under the post, Louise had told Cameron he had “kept her
Trailer Park Sets Asia Pacific Expansion With Key Executive Hires (EXCLUSIVES)
Naman Ramachandran Leading entertainment marketing and content production company Trailer Park Group is continuing its Asia Pacific expansion drive with the hiring of two key executives.The company, which recently acquired Mumbai-based boutique creative agency White Turtle Studios, has appointed Tamagna Ghosh as APAC MD, and Gina Grosso as senior VP of global production, both reporting into group CEO Rick Eiserman. Specializing in streaming, film, gaming, technology and lifestyle brand clients, including Amazon, Disney, HBO, Netflix and Xbox, the group has production capabilities across its specialty studios – Trailer Park, Art Machine, MXW, Mirada, and now White Turtle Studios.Mumbai-based Ghosh joins from Amazon India, where during his six years as head of creative marketing for Prime Video, he led campaigns for hit originals “The Family Man,” “Mirzapur,” “Paatal Lok” and “Made in Heaven.” During a previous stint with Walt Disney Studios he introduced Indian localized theatrical marketing strategies for the Avengers and Star Wars franchises and for “The Jungle Book.” He will be in charge of Trailer Park’s expansion across the APAC entertainment and gaming landscape, which is expected to include further mergers and acquisitions and significant investment in state-of-the-art technology.
Love Island's India Reynolds 'grateful' she didn't do striptease challenge in villa
Love Island star India Reynolds has confessed that she would rather do a food challenge over a strip tease as she promotes more inclusive and diverse body types in the villa.Throughout the popular ITV2 dating series, viewers excitedly wait for their favourite team challenges to be filmed, whether it be the group movie night, public tweets uncovered or the highly anticipated Casa Amor week-long challenge.But it’s fair to say one of the most-hated challenges by fans is the gross food-based challenges which sees Islanders exchanging food from their mouths to fill up a full plate of food in the shortest amount of time.READ MORE: Love Island fans hail Indiyah and Dami 'winners' after loved-up first dateAnd millions of fans up and down the country were relieved to hear from ITV producer Mike Spencer confirm that the telly bosses were “moving away” from the food-based challenges this series.But the 31-year-old confessed that she would much rather take part in the disgusting food challenges over a saucy strip tease “any day of the week.”Want all the last villa gossip straight to your inbox? Sign up for our daily Love Island newsletter HERE.As fans of the popular ITV2 dating show prepare for another explosive instalment of the show, the brunette beauty sat down with Daily Star in an exclusive interview about the beloved challenges still to come.While she reminisced over her time in the luxury villa, she admitted that she was “grateful” she didn’t have to strip during the show.She explained: “I know that when I was in there [that] I was so grateful that I didn’t have to do the strip challenge because I don’t think I could have done that – not sober.“No, no way could I have done that, I would have rather done a food challenge than
Cyrielle Raingou Wins Kirch Foundation Award at Munich Film Up!
Leo Barraclough International Features EditorCameroon’s Cyrielle Raingou has won the Kirch Foundation Award, which comes with a €5,000 cash prize, for her film project “I’m Coming for You.”The award comes at the conclusion of the first edition of Munich Film Up!, an eight-month mentoring and residency program for film school graduates that started in November.The program was created by the Pop Up Film Residency, in partnership with the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF München) and the Munich Film Festival.The six filmmakers who took part in the program were:Lana Bregar, Slovenia (Film school: AGFRT Ljubljana) with “Dark Head” Erec Brehmer, Germany (Film school: HFF München) with “Lightness and Weight” Anastasiya Gruba, Ukraine (Film school: Kyiv University) with “Women Suicide Season” Loïc Hobi, Switzerland/France (Film school: Ecole de la Cité) with “Crypto Lover” Cyrielle Raingou, Cameroon (Film school: Doc Nomads Master) with “I’m Coming for You” Pratik Thakare, India (Film school: Satyajit Ray Institute Kolkata) with “A Midnight Meal” “I’m Coming for You,” which is still at an early stage of development, centers on Karthoumi, a young mother. Always wearing a hijab, she rides a Bobber motorcycle across Africa’s Sahel region to trade with Boko Haram terrorists.
Naga Munchetty refers to BBC colleagues as 'rivals' then backtracks in dramatic podcast
BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty, 47, had been in conversation with fellow presenter Jo Whiley about the music festival Glastonbury, which kicks off today, when she made the blunder.She referred to other BBC reporters as "rivals" before swiftly changing gears and substituting the word with "colleagues"."Who else do you want but Jo Whiley there presenting for the BBC?" she began during an interview from the festival published on BBC Sounds."I was talking with our rivals," she told Jo, before hastily adding: "Not rivals - our colleagues, I should say!"Jo, 56, responded: "I'm glad I'm talking to you as well then!"The pair then went into a conversation about Glastonbury, which Naga revealed that she had never attended before.Her admission followed comments from comic Lenny Henry querying why the world-famous festival did not attract large numbers of ethnic minorities.Jo assured her that it was "the most extraordinary experience" which would hold "appeal for all ages".She told of how her mother had camped out with her several years earlier and was now nagging her for a repeat experience as she was "desperate" to go again.Jo said she had also seen off her children, the youngest of whom is 13, as they headed to the festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset.Top acts include headliner Paul McCartney, who is expected to wow at the event after having just turned 80 last week.DJ Jo spoke of the strong "female representation" that she was looking forward to her daughters India and Coco being inspired by.She has previously joked that her youngest daughter was conceived thanks to Glastonbury favourite Noel Gallagher."I’d always wanted a fourth child and I kept saying to Steve not to forget that,” she ­told the Mirror previously.“Then I
India officially the Republic of India is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast, it shares land borders with Pakistan to the west; China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north; and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. In the Indian Ocean, India is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka and the Maldives; its Andaman and Nicobar Islands share a maritime border with Thailand and Indonesia.