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‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’: How Cambodia’s Angkor Wat Temple Influenced Key Set Design

Jazz Tangcay Artisans EditorSPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you haven’t watched the ninth episode of “The Man Who Fell to Earth” on Showtime.When production designer James Merifield first signed on to Showtime’s “The Man Who Fell to Earth,” he thought he might be traveling to Cambodia or some exotic jungle to build a key set on location. But then the pandemic happened, and he ended up building the key set for the season finale in the U.K., at Black Park in Slough.The series, a continuation of the novel written by Walter Tevis and the legendary film starring David Bowie released in 1976, stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as the alien humanoid Faraday who crashes his spacecraft deep in New Mexico.

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BBC's Small Teen Bigger World star Jasmin Burkitt has died aged 28.Jasmine, who was better known to the world as Jazz, was famed for appearing on the BBC Three reality show in 2011.Her fiancé, Lewis Burke, revealed the 28-year-old succumbed to an illness on Monday (June 27).READ MORE: BBC presenter breaks down in tears as she announces Harry Gration's 'sudden' deathPaying tribute to his "incredible" fiancée on their Facebook blog, a devastated Lewis penned: "She is the most incredible human that ever walked this planet, she is the strongest, funniest, most kindest and purely decent person I've ever known."I am truly devastated. She changed my life forever and I'll never be the same."Finishing his heartbreaking post, Lewis asked fans for privacy but assured he would be organising a memorial event in Jazz's memory.Jasmine featured on Small Teen Bigger World alongside her mother, Bev, who sadly passed away in 2014.During her time on the series, the 3ft 11ins star wanted to show the world that she was just like any other teenager, despite being born with dwarfism.Jasmin, who hailed from Conwy, Wales captured the hearts of fans following her TV stint and went on to publish her autobiography in 2013.After she stepped away from the cameras, Jazz met and fell in love with partner Lewis.Since 2021, the couple lived in a tent in woodland after struggling to find a suitable council property.The soon-to-be husband and wife updated fans about their life outdoors in Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, with dog Loki on their blog.Speaking on their joint Facebook blog on June 18, the pair spoke about their living arrangements and how they are determined to remain positive about it.The post read: "We are Lewis, Jasmine and Loki.