Model Robyn Lawley bared all in an strategically obscured post on Instagram in her fight against the Australian federal government’s approval of what she wrote would be “the biggest mine of Australia.”
“Coal is going to be a dead commodity only bought [by] irresponsible countries who do not care about climate change and the damage on the world,” she wrote in her post on Monday. “I’m shocked and feel powerless so I decided to get people to read this one way or another, we have to stop them ... before [it’s] too late.”
Jesse Ventura Wins $1.8M in Defamation Case
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Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura was awarded $1.8 million on Tuesday after winning a defamation case against late Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, the Associated Press reported. Ventura sued over what he said were false claims in Kyle’s memoir, “American Sniper,” that indicated Kyle once punched out Ventura at a bar for bad-mouthing the Navy SEALs, quoting Ventura as saying the SEALS “deserved to lose a few” in Iraq.
Ventura maintained the claims were not true, and Tuesday’s verdict by a Minnesota jury ruled in his favor.
Orlando Bloom vs. Justin Bieber
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Orlando Bloomreportedly tried to punch Justin Bieber early this morning over a rivalry regarding their ex-girlfriends Miranda Kerr and Selena Gomez. Bloom allegedly swung and missed, and the crowd reportedly cheered when Bieber left.
Lollapalooza Live Streamed
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Music festival Lollapalooza will open in Chicago’s Grant Park this weekend for its 10th year. This year, for the first time ever, Red Bull TV will be broadcasting the festival live on three different channels, giving fans from all over the chance to see awesome acts like Lorde, Arctic Monkeys, Childish Gambino and Kings of Leon, among many others, from the comfort of their homes.
America’s Got Talent Goes Live
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America’s Got Talent opened for voting Tuesday night as the quarterfinalists began their live battle to be No. 1. The fate of the contestants is now completely in the viewers’ hands, with phone and online voting that will determine which five of Tuesday’s 12 contestants will move on to the semifinals.
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