The Spill: Top 5 entertainment stories for Monday, July 22.

1. “Don’t sit there and act innocent.” MAFS’ Cyrell has unleashed on her former friend Elizabeth.

In case you thought the MAFS feuds died with every single romantic pairing bar Jules and Cam, Cyrell is doing what she does best and keeping the drama alive.

We honestly can’t thank her enough. She is truly doing God’s work.

Speaking on KIIS FM’s The Kyle & Jackie O Show this morning with her partner, Love Island’s Eden Dally, the former MAFS contestant certainly didn’t mince words when it came to her former friend, 28-year-old Liz Sobinoff.

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“Look, I’m not fan of anybody that’s going to write an article and call me toxic,” the 30-year-old said, referencing a story Liz wrote for 9 Honey, entitled: ‘How I learned to ditch toxic relationships’.

While her piece didn’t mention the fruit-bowl throwing contestant, it was all pretty clear.

“Going through the emotional roller-coaster that is the aftermath of MAFS, I’ve encountered an array of personalities,” Liz penned for the publication last month.


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Cyrell continued this morning: “Like, people say I’m crazy, but [she] must have unleashed that on me for me to carry on like that [in response].”

“Your crazy is only a retaliation,” professional pot-stirrer Kyle Sandilands added.

“I just don’t like people that play the victim,” she responded.

It still remains unclear exactly what prompted the falling out, but it does confirm one overwhelming truth: with the number of feuds, broken hearts and cheating scandals, MAFS season six may just be the most poisonous season of any television program ever.

… Is it bad that we miss it?

2. We need to talk about Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s sex life immediately.

Gather round, perves.

According to her husband, Nicole Kidman is a “maniac in bed” and we simply must know more about their martial sex life because we’re unapologetically into it.


This morning, the actress appeared on Kyle and Jackie O to discuss things other than her sex life (probably) but because they, too, are unapologetically into it, they pried for us.

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For background, last year country music star Keith Urban made a comment about his track Gemini in an interview with the Daily Telegraph, calling it: "Just a simple, fun, sexy-a**e song about my wife."

The lyrics include the confession: "She's a maniac in the bed, but a brainiac in the head."


And while mum-of-four Nicole, 52, has admitted she doesn't mind being her country music singer husband's muse, she did add that it's "a little embarrassing."

"I don't sensor his art, but it is a little embarrassing," she told the radio duo this morning.

Adding: "It's better than saying 'god, I'm so bored. Make an effort, Nicole!'"

Keith also sings in the song: "She's waking to make love in the middle of the night," but when Kyle asked if that was true, Nicole laughed off the question.

"No, what?! You're making that up, Kyle. Shut up. I'm not answering that, that's outrageous," she chuckled.

Which of course translates to yes, and dayumm.

3. Everything we know about Lindsay Lohan's Australian relaunch.

We all know Lindsay Lohan loves a cheeky accent if her random French/Greek/British debut back in 2016 is anything to go by.

Now, she's given Australian a crack to celebrate the start of shooting new reality show The Masked Singer. We're here for it.

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The 33-year-old is already making herself at home on our shores, posting a cheeky Instagram video complete with the flower filter in which she attempts an Australian accent.

"G'day mates. I'm here in Australia," she attempts.

The Mean Girls actress seems thrilled to be in the country, chatting to the camera as she gets her hair done.

"I'm in Australia. Say hi, Joseph Mourad. He's doing my hair, and we're chilling in Australia," Lohan says.

Lohan will appear in The Masked Singer - hosted by Osher - alongside celebrity judges, Jackie 'O' Henderson, Dave Hughes and Dannii Mingoue.

"The Masked Singer is such a fun concept that really gets everyone hooked and wanting more. I am definitely going to see if I can try a few of the costumes on also. I am very excited about the trip and being on the panel to judge the show," Lohan recently told Confidential.


We can't bloody wait for it to start.

4. George Calombaris has lost an endorsement deal.

Celebrity chef and lively Masterchef judge George Calombaris has been stripped of a huge endorsement deal in the midst of his highly-publicised Fair Work Australia investigation.


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Calombaris was last week ordered to pay a $200,000 “contrition payment” after it was found his business empire underpaid 515 staff by $7.8 million over six years.


Following the decision, the judge has faced a tirade of backlash, with many calling for Network 10 to dump him from Masterchef.

Meanwhile, Calombaris has insisted the underpayments were all a mistake, adding that the staff affected were in the process of being paid back.

But it doesn't seem to be enough to restore his reputation.

Today, WA Tourism have dumped him as the face of its food and wine campaign.


5. The behind-the-scenes drama on Big Little Lies explains why season 2 felt so wrong.

It was the much-anticipated follow-up season to one of the most celebrated female led television dramas in recent years.

Dark yet viciously funny, beautifully shot, acted and written – all while paying the highest respect to the Liane Moriarty novel on which it is based – Big Little Lies quickly gained immense popularity when it first hit HBO in 2017.

Boasting the inclusion of Hollywood royalty Meryl Streep to the already impressive cast of Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz, to say Big Little Lies fans had high expectations for season 2 would be an understatement.

But as it goes with so many hyped sophomore TV seasons, many have been left disappointed.

Find out exactly why in our earlier post here.