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Tessa Ía, Martín Saracho & Lizeth Selene To Star In Drama Series ‘Yellow’ Set At Starzplay

EXCLUSIVE: Starzplay has cast Tessa Ía (De Brutas), Martín Saracho (Who Killed Sara?), and Lizeth Selene (Rebelde) as the leads for the Spanish-language dramedy series Yellow (w/t). Production officially kicked off on the project in Mexico City on Thursday.

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Horrifying moment toxic gas floods port killing 12 after crane dropped tank
READ NEXT: 'Stacks of bodies' found as 46 migrants die in lorry with 16 others rushed to hospitalThe entire area is soon engulfed by the yellow gas while workers and drivers are seen fleeing the area.The incident was reported to Jordan's Civil Defense and teams of experts in hazmat suits, were spotted at the site on state TV.A Public Security Directorate spokesperson said the area has been quarantined.They confirmed that 45 people who injured from the incident were from the public security sector including police, Gendamerie Cadres First Responders and civil defense who attended the scene at the first moments.Out of the deceased, eight people were confirmed as Jordanians and the remaining four people are of different nationalities, according to the government.Jamal Obeidat, head of the Aqaba Health Directorate, said nearby hospitals treating injured people after the incident reached full capacity.He said field hospitals would be deployed and instructed Aqaba residents to close their windows and remain indoors.Air evacuation planes were also dispatched to assist with evacuations.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.Prime Minister Bisher al-Khasawneh arrived in the city and headed to a hospital where some of the injured were being treated.Muhammad Salman, director general of the Jordan Maritime Commission said: "We asked the ships that were near the area of the tank explosion to stay away from the area immediately."Aqaba is a popular tourist resort, located on the Red Sea.
Elizabeth Hurley ushers in summer with stunning beach photos
Elizabeth Hurley is officially queen of the summer, and of sporting itty bitty yellow bikinis! The star ushered in the summer months with the most fitting picture.MORE: Elizabeth Hurley commands attention in deep-v dress - and wowShe is undoubtedly ready for vacation at a warm and sunny destination, and she has the best bikinis for basking in the sun.The actress dazzled like no other sporting a pastel yellow triangle bikini with braided ties on its bottom part.WATCH: Elizabeth rocks out on the beachMORE: Elizabeth Hurley sets social media alight in cheetah-print bikiniShe looked effortlessly glamorous yet casual all at the same time, posing up a storm leaning against a brushed peach wall.However, she also wasn't afraid to mess up her look, and a subsequent picture sees her fresh off of a dip in the water, her hair perfectly tousled as she rides a bike in the same yellow bikini through a sand path surrounded by bright green trees.The theme of yellow didn't even stop there, and Elizabeth also shared a picture of her all glammed up following her time at the beach, this one taken from a stunning patio, as she's donning a yellow halter dress with a floral print.A post shared by Elizabeth Hurley (@elizabethhurley1)The stunning beachside snapsShe fittingly captioned the fabulous photos with: "Let the sunshine in…"MORE: Elizabeth Hurley stuns in jaw-dropping mini dress as she celebrates 57th birthdayMORE: Elizabeth Hurley has the best reaction as son Damian poses shirtlessFans of course did not hesitate to flood her comments section with compliments, writing: "No words can explain your beauty!!!" and: "Sunshine is you… None other EVER," as well as: "Just unbelievably gorgeous." The star has been dazzling in yellow all summerThe
Inside Noel Edmond's 'creepy' Blobbyland before it was bricked up forever
Mr Blobby will cause some kind of fever-dream like state of cold sweaty horror.And new images of the former site of Blobbyland are doing nothing to calm that feeling.In 1994, Mr Blobby was on everyone's television screens, accompanied by British television legend Noel Edmonds.Capitalising on this, Edmonds decided to open a theme park – and it only lasted two years.Based at the Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park, Crinkely Bottom was marketed as Britain's first TV leisure park.It was also known as Blobbyland, and contained such incredibly named attractions such as “Animals of Farthing Wood” and “Fun Village”.And now pictures from inside the derelict nightmare-fuel site of the once (not very) popular attraction have surfaced.According to the experts at unofficial Blobbyland fan site “From its whimsical exterior through to its loopy 'Gunge Factory', nothing was going to seem normal in Blobbyland.“Just next to its entrance was Crinkley Bottom Haute Cuisine Emporium, a restaurant and café.“Attached to this was the Liszt and Newt pub, with a balcony that Mr Blobby was known to emerge.“Home videos and photos of Blobbyland tend to show Mr Blobby and his wife Mrs Blobby waving from the building's balcony, or prancing around in the makeshift chequerboard courtyard of the venue.“With a simple white fence to stop children running into the performance space, the Blobby family would greet visitors and stop for photos.”The site even had its own Mr Blobby House.Made of chicken wire and polystyrene, the odd-shaped bungalow contained a small yellow bridge which crossed into the front door.It was covered in plastic flowers, a giant pink mushroom, while a giant pink and yellow toilet was also found inside, and other weird things
Met Office issues lightning warnings amid 'huge cluster' of storms after heatwave
Met Office has issued only its fourth ever lightning warning with the south of England bracing itself for a huge cluster of thunderstorms on Sunday (June 19).People are being urged to stay indoors as temperatures also continue to plummet from Friday's hottest day of the year when the mercury hit 32C.The sudden drop - several places in the UK witnessed conditions that were between 10 and 15 degrees cooler on Saturday - has been caused by a cold front from the north.It has been forecast that the south-west and south-east of England will need to pay most attention to the lightning warning - the Met Office's first since 2019.Meteorologist Becky Mitchell said: "If you are doing any outdoor activities move inside if you can – that's the best advice really. Stay away from any power lines or anything like that which could potentially be struck by the lightning."If you do find yourself in an exposed location stay close to the ground, away from anything that could conduct lightning."After the end of the mini heatwave, when temperatures peaked at 32.7C on Friday, the East Sussex village of Herstmonceux witnessed Saturday's high of 27C.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.But there were showers in many places and the Met Office issued a yellow warning in south-west England ahead of the anticipated arrival of heavy rain and lightning.The weather is expected to improve for the start of Glastonbury next week, with temperatures potentially reaching 26C on Thursday, before cooling over the weekend."It looks like the start of Glastonbury, particularly Wednesday or Thursday, is likely to be dry, hot and sunny," added Mitchell.