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Jennette McCurdy shares celebratory news after surprise memoir release

Jennette McCurdy, best known for her role in the hit show, ICarly, released her explosive new book. Titled, I'm Glad My Mom Died, the memoir delves deep into the former actress' past with her life as a child actor and her relationship with her mother.MORE: Goldie Hawn looks happy and relaxed in sun-soaked photo with famous familyNow, the success of her latest project has been announced - and it's good news! The memoir sold out on Amazon after one day of being released in the States, as well as being sold out on Barnes & Noble's website.

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The Obamas’ Higher Ground production company signs multi-year deal with Audible
Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground production company is heading to Amazon’s Audible platform.Following the end of a three-year deal with Spotify, the Obamas have reportedly inked an exclusive multi-year, first-look deal with the Amazon-owned platform.While firm details surrounding the Obamas’ new deal with Audible remain unclear at this time, comments from Michelle Obama hint at the possibility of their content with Audible being released on multiple streaming platforms.The Audible deal will see the Obamas “keep striving to tell compelling, provocative, and soulful stories — while doing everything we can to make sure they reach the folks who need to hear them,” Michelle Obama told The Hollywood Reporter.A Higher Ground spokesperson also told The Hollywood Reporter that the two companies “plan to make the Audible Originals available to the widest possible audience”.The newly signed deal with Audible comes after the Obamas’ three-year deal with streaming giant Spotify ended earlier this year. The Spotify deal saw them “develop, produce and appear” on select podcasts through their Higher Ground production company.The Obamas’ contributions to Spotify notably included the eight-part podcast series Renegades: Born In The USA with Bruce Springsteen.
Jennifer Lopez has been using this moisturiser for over a decade – and it's in the Amazon sale
bestselling skincare brand under her belt, Jennifer Lopez can now add 'authority on beauty' to her ever-growing list of accolades. RELATED: Jennifer Lopez steals the show in red mini-dress and knee-high bootsRevered for her youthful and glowing complexion, the Marry Me star has even revealed that over the years "the number one question I've been asked is about my skin." WATCH: JLo shares the morning ritual she never missesClearly, fans are keen to learn JLo's top tips and tricks for maintaining her radiant appearance, and it turns out that as well as using products from her own collection, the mum-of-two has a number of drugstore faves. Speaking to Andy Cohen in 2014, Jennifer explained that she's been using Dr. Hauschka's Rose Day Cream for over a decade – and it's available to shop in the Amazon sale. MORE: Ben Affleck breaks his silence about dating rumors with Selling Sunset starREAD: Victoria Beckham's unusual diet on exclusive wellness retreat will surprise you Dr.Hauschka Rose Day Cream 30 ml, £19.09, AmazonGaining a celeb following, Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts are also reported to use the moisturiser, and at a reduced price of £19.09, it's way more affordable than you might expect. Having received hundreds of five-star reviews on Amazon, this skincare saviour is made with all-natural plant ingredients, and it's also free from synthetic fragrances, colours and preservatives. Designed to regenerate the epidermis (the top layer of the skin), you only need to apply a small amount to achieve a healthy and radiant complexion.
The explosive true story behind new Amazon show ‘A Very British Scandal’
A Very British Scandal” premieres Friday on Amazon Prime, it will be the first time that most Americans learn all about Margaret, the Duchess of Argyll; her husband Ian Campbell, the Duke of Argyll — and the ill-fated string of pearls that proved to be her downfall during their bitter and lascivious divorce battle.The duchess was the Kim Kardashian of her day, a socialite photographed every time she stepped out on the town and famed for a string of affairs.But it all came crashing down when Campbell used photos he had stolen of his wife “in flagrante” with another man to shame her in court during their 1962 divorce. It worked, with Judge Lord Wheatley blasting her as “a completely promiscuous woman” whose attitude towards marriage was “wholly immoral.”The judge, a highly conservative Jesuit and a relative of Campbell, added: “I consider her to be a highly sexed woman who had ceased to be satisfied with normal relations and had started to indulge in disgusting sexual activities to gratify a debase sexual appetite.”As The New York Times reported at the time, the photos “reportedly showed a naked man gratifying himself and pictured [the duchess], dressed in nothing but three strands of pearls, performing a sex act on a naked man in the mirrored gilt and silver bathroom of her Mayfair apartment.”“Margaret really invented the tabloid scandal, which now is such a huge industry,” show writer Sarah Phelps told The Post.