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Love Island's Montana Brown on struggles after painful surgery while minding newborn

Love Islander and first-time mum Montana Brown revealed she’s felt “overwhelmed” over the past week – after disclosing her recent operation as she tries to enjoy time with her three-month-old baby.The reality star, 28, who rose to fame on Love Island in 2015 took to Instagram where she posted candid snaps of her and son, Jude, in bed as she told her followers about her recovery from “painful” knee surgery. She wrote: “So I have to say, I’ve really struggled this past week. I have felt quite negative and that’s something I HATE.

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Why the MTV VMAs — once the hottest awards show around — don’t matter anymore
had a viral moment — before “viral moments” even existed — during the opening number when Madonna kissed both Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.Seemingly in shock — just like the rest of us — Spears’ then-fresh ex Justin Timberlake looked on awkwardly from the Radio City Music Hall audience.And 10 years ago, at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, Miley Cyrus infamously twerked upon Robin Thicke during a performance that forever unblurred the lines between the former Disney darling and Hannah Montana.But Cyrus — despite having one of the biggest songs of 2023 in “Flowers” — is, at press time, just one of the top pop stars who is not even slated to appear at this Tuesday’s MTV VMAs, which will take place a New Jersey Transit hike away from the buzz and bright lights of New York City at Prudential Center in Newark, NJ for the second year in a row (and third time since 2019).Unless any major surprises happen, though, Cyrus — who is up for five Moon Persons — is in good company as a VMAs no-show with her fellow superstar nominees Beyoncé, Drake, Harry Styles, The Weeknd and Ed Sheeran.Even six-time nominee SZA — who, with her No. 1 smash “Kill Bill,” has had the kind of killer year that used to guarantee a big VMAs splash — is paying them dust.