The Voice Kids’ celebrity coaches revealed…
Mel B and Benji Madden will be joining Delta Goodrem and Joel Madden on the first season of The Voice Kids Australia.
— TheVoiceKidsAU (@TheVoiceKidsAU) January 31, 2014
The new competition follows a similar format to the high-rating adult version, but given the competitors’ younger ages (the kids are between the ages of eight and 14), the celebrities involved take on more of a ‘coaching’ role than a ‘judging’ one.
Mel B shared her excitement on Instagram:
Congratulations to Owen Wilson!
Actor Owen Wilson has become a father for the second time. The 45-year-old actor’s personal trainer, Caroline Lindqvist, gave birth to a healthy baby boy on Thursday morning.
Wilson and Lindqvist’s relationship of late is somewhat unknown. Lindqvist is currently in the middle of a divorce, however, there have been no official statements made on whether the divorce is being pursued so that she can begin a relationship with Wilson.
Wilson already has a 3-year-old son from a previous relationship.
Lara Bingle’s rather *cough* revealing Instagram pic.
Lara Bingle’s Instagram feed is real special. It’s all beautiful holiday destinations, cuddles with boyfriend Sam Worthington, and gorgeous outfits.
But then THIS happened.
Yep, bikini model Lara Bingle went, ah, sans bikini…
We hope she sent this to Sam Worthington as an e-card, with the message “Where the bloody hell are you?”
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Time for the Australian Oscars. The Ozcars, if you will.
The red carpet has been rolled out at The Star in Sydney for the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards. Geoffrey Rush is there. Delta Goodrem’s warming up her vocal chords. And Rove McManus is back in town. It’s going to be a good night.
If you can’t keep up with awards season, the AACTAs are our local version of the Oscars or the BAFTAs. They’re to recognise the achievements of film and television stars… But first, let’s check out the fashion.