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Noel Gallagher claims pervert Harvey Weinstein spent hours eyeing up his wife Sara
Oasis legend Noel Gallagher revealed that the rapist Harvey Weinstein once spent hours leering at his wife, Sara Macdonald.Noel, 54, made the claim that the predator, Harvey, had disturbingly ogled his wife, Sara, 50, a few years ago during a trip to Paris whilst the married pair had dined at the Parisian restaurant L'Avenue.Speaking on his friend's Matt Morgan's Funny How podcast, he said: "We happened to go for lunch. Harvey Weinstein happened to be sat at quite a big table with loads of similar-looking men."Noel added: "He stared at her throughout this meal."Noel had raised that the incident occurred before Harvey Weinstein's criminal activity had been exposed and brought to public knowledge.The Wonderwall singer confessed that at the time, he thought the former film producer had wanted to cast his wife, Sara, in a movie years before had been convicted as a sex offender.Opening up to his pal Matt, the 'We're On Our Way' now singer revealed he recently had a sinister dream with Harvey and the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein whilst they were in a bar..A disturbed Noel said he thought: "Oh no, I've got to wake up, this is too weird."Harvey, 69, was released from his film company in October 2017 after sexual abuse allegations against him were made public.
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EuroMillions winners say dog was 'dream come true' to help disabled daughter
Euromillions draw have said it was a "dream come true" when they could finally afford a support dog for their severely disabled daughter.Adam and Amy Pryor from from Maidstone, Kent revealed golden labrador Merlin has "brought a bit of magic" back into their lives while they and their daughter Charlotte had to shield during the pandemic.Charlotte was born seven weeks premature with a cleft palate and other life-limiting conditions.She has life-limiting conditions including a chromosome 11 abnormality, which has caused extensive developmental challenges, hearing difficulties and issues with her eyesight as well as her mobility.Her loving parents had to spend much of the early part of her life going to and from from hospital, with money worries mounting for the family as the end of Mrs Pryor's maternity pay approached.But everything changed when the couple struck lucky and won £1 million in a EuroMillions draw in August 2017.Mum Amy, 32, grew up with dogs and has always wanted to have a family dog, so when one of Charlotte's support workers mentioned an organisation which trains assistance dogs that may be suitable she immediately made the call.Almost a year after the initial inquiry to Supporting Paws, Merlin, a golden Labrador, was born.The couple believe that without the win, Charlotte's development would never have been in a position to entertain the idea of having a pet, let alone a specially trained assistance dog.Mr Pryor, 38, said: “Our lottery win has enabled us to do so much, from buying a bigger home with space for a specialist sensory room, to Amy giving up work to take care of Charlotte.“But Merlin is by far our favourite purchase.”Charlotte Chaney from Supporting Paws described the dog's role, saying:
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Eddie Hearn makes Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury vow after question from fan - 'Dead cert'
Eddie Hearn is confident that Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua will fight before the end of next year.A clash between The Gypsy King and AJ is one fans and boxing purists have been clamouring for, but as of now their paths still haven’t crossed.The opportunity was certainly on the horizon if Joshua had been able to defeat Oleksandr Usyk and retain his heavyweight world titles.However, Usyk produced a near flawless display and handed the Watford local his second professional loss at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as he became the new champion.AJ's promoter Hearn was ever so close to making the mega fight for the undisputed heavyweight title happen last summer, until those dreams were scuppered when Fury was ordered to fight Deontay Wilder in their trilogy episode.The Mancunian defeated Wilder in an epic trilogy fight last October, and he is expected to put his WBC heavyweight belt on the line against Dillian Whyte next.However, there is a dispute going on between Whyte and the WBC over how much of the purse split he should earn after the governing body had it massively in Fury's favour at 80-20.The Gypsy King is expected to return at the end of March, and if the fight doesn't come in the form of Whyte, Fury is willing to challenge another heavyweight in a bid to stay active.Joshua is also preparing for a rematch with Usyk where he will hope to avenge the crushing loss in North London in September..Do you think AJ and Tyson will ever square off? Let us know in the comments section.The pair have taken numerous shots at each other over the years, with Tyson calling Joshua a 'big useless dosser' for losing his belts last year.
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Kylian Mbappe 'more receptive than ever' towards PSG stay but Real Madrid still confident
Kylian Mbappe is reportedly edging ever closer to a Paris Saint-Germain stay, but the news doesn't appear to have fazed Real Madrid.The Frenchman forward was the focus of an epic transfer tug-of-war between the two clubs last summer with the Ligue 1 side stubbornly batting away all of Los Blancos' mega-money approaches.The 23-year-old superstar has entered the final six months of his contract and, having thus far opted not to renew his deal, appeared all but set to secure a PSG exit and a subsequent dream move to Madrid.However, the transfer saga has seemingly taken another twist following reports that the World Cup winner could well make a U-turn and commit his future to the French side.According to ESPN, PSG are growing increasingly confident that Mbappe will extend his contract at the club, albeit on a short-term deal, as they bid to fend of Real's advances.The report claims that his family have been in discussions with the Ligue 1 leaders over an extension and the frighteningly fast forward is believed to be 'more receptive than ever' towards the prospect of remaining in the French capital.Mbappe has enjoyed yet another stellar season at PSG, with 19 goals and 15 assists in a mere 27 appearances having confirmed his status as the main man at the club.Where will Kylian Mbappe be playing his football next season? Let us know in the comments section below!And it's reportedly his emergence as the club's leader and standout figure that have gone some way in tempting him to extend his stay in Paris.In spite of sharing a dressing room with the likes of Neymar, Lionel Messi and the larger-than-life Sergio Ramos, it is Mbappe who has established himself as the club's difference-maker and lynchpin.However, despite suggestions