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1. MAFS’ Elizabeth Sobinoff just expertly shut down commenters who thought she was pregnant.

Although Married at First Sight‘s Elizabeth Sobinoff and Seb Guilhaus have most certainly consummated their marriage, Lizzie has taken to Instagram to shut down any possible pregnancy rumours.

The rumour began when the 27-year-old shared a picture of herself with her MAFS husband, Seb, who was resting his hand on her stomach.

Upon Lizzie uploading this, people began asking if the returning MAFS bride was expecting – but she shot that rumour down as quickly as it began.

 

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No, not a pregnancy shot, @seb.guilhaus was literally pulling me in closer for the pic ???????????? don’t mind you pulling me in closer baby ???? #MAFS

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She captioned the pic: “No, not a pregnancy shot, @seb.guilhaus was literally pulling me in closer for the pic… don’t mind you pulling me in closer baby.”

The couple appears to be the strongest of the season, with no signs of separation as of yet.

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2. “The coronavirus is a real thing.” Kylie Jenner has been informing her followers about COVID-19.

For all those wondering, coronavirus is indeed “a real thing”, as confirmed by Kylie Jenner.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who has over 166 million followers, has been posting on Instagram for the past nine days to spread information about the virus, kicking off yesterday’s story with “Happy self-quarantine”.

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“I know I’ve already been doing my daily reminders about how important it is right now to practice social distancing and self-quarantine… The coronavirus is a real thing. I listened to the Surgeon General this morning and even though I’ve already been doing my daily reminders, he definitely encouraged me to come on here and talk to you guys so you can see me and hear me,” she began.

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“Nobody is immune to this. Millennials are not immune to this. New evidence actually shows that a large percentage in the hospital right now are young adults.”

She got candid with her followers about her own nine-month self-imposed isolation which she underwent while pregnant with her daughter, Stormi.

“When I was pregnant, by the way, the reason I kept it a secret is because I didn’t leave the house. I literally didn’t leave the house. Towards the end of my pregnancy, helicopters would fly over my house every day, so I was scared to even go outside,” she said.

“But it was my choice to do that, so I never let myself get bored — I watched movies, I read books, I would do full spa days and take long baths, do masks, take care of my skin, take care of my hair…I did so many puzzles when I was pregnant. Puzzles? Underrated.”

 

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The 22-year-old finished off by encouraging everyone to stay at home saying: “Being at home is fun. We can have fun at home, guys, Tweet me what you’ve been doing. We can do this together.”

So there you have it, grab your largest puzzle and LISTEN. TO. KYLIE.

3. The full 2016 call between Taylor Swift and Kanye West is doing the rounds and TAYLOR TOLD THE TRUTH.

When it comes to celebrity feuds, there is none more iconic than that of Taylor Swift and Kanye West.

And this weekend, there was a new development – the full 2016 phone call recording of the two singers discussing the controversial lyrics in Kanye’s song ‘Famous’ was released.

For those of you who need a refresher, the song featured derogatory lyrics about Swift, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that b**** famous.”

When Swift claimed she had no idea Kanye would be using those exact words in the song, Kim Kardashian published a heavily edited excerpt from the call, that made it seem like Swift agreed to the lyrics.

But now the full video has been released on social media. And it seems Taylor has been telling the truth this whole time.

In the clip, Kanye can be heard telling Taylor he is writing a song about her.

“It has a very controversial line at the beginning of the song about you,” says Kanye.

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When Taylor asks if the lyrics were mean he begins talking about the creative process behind the song before eventually reading out the lyrics, “I feel like Taylor Swift might owe me sex.”

“That’s not mean,” laughs Taylor.

She then tells Kanye she needs time to think about the song, saying: “When you hear something for the first time you need to think about it because it is absolutely crazy.”

So there we have it, it turns out there was no mention that Kanye would call Taylor a “b****” or suggest he “made her famous” during the phone call.

4. “We are better than this.” The Bachelor‘s Brittany Hockley has a message for Australians amid COVID-19.

As we try to navigate these unsettling and unprecedented times, former Bachelor contestant Brittany Hockley has shared an important message about why we need to look out for our fellow Australians amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Interrupting your aesthetically beautiful feeds for a hot minute to leave you an important message… Stop being idiots. I get that the fact you can’t see it gives you a sense of confidence and comfort. But it’s real,” she wrote on Instagram.

“We just got through the most horrific bush fires hopefully we will ever see! We did that by coming together, supporting each other, loving each other. Now we need to come together by staying away.”

 

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Interrupting your aesthetically beautiful feeds for a hot minute to leave you an important message… Stop being idiots. I get that the fact you can’t see it gives you a sense of confidence and comfort. But it’s real. #Australia. We just got through the most horrific bush fires hopefully we will ever see! We did that by coming together, supporting each other, loving each other. ????????????, ???????? ???????????????? ???????? ???????????????? ???????????????????????????????? ???????? ???????????????????????????? ????????????????. Right now, your health care workers are working overtime for you. Putting themselves at risk for you. Getting no sleep for you. Going home crying for you. Coming out of retirement for you. After a huge day yesterday and seeing it first hand I felt the overwhelming need to mention it. Seeing patients abuse Drs, nurses, radiographers, receptionists and other staff for the waiting time and the ‘treatment’ they are getting is disgraceful. Yelling at healthcare workers because they are caught getting a drink of water (can guarantee it’s probably the first break they’ve taken in 12 hours) is disgraceful. ????????????????????????????????????, ???????? ???????????? ???????????????????????? ???????????????? ????????????????. They are turning up every day and every night to take care of YOU. So you should be taking care of THEM. Please realise that they are doing their best for you. Why would they want anything other than the best for you? I’ve had drs write to me saying they have to see certain patients now without the right protective equipment because of the shortage, because people are stealing it and over buying it when they don’t need it. We need to be kept safe so that we can keep YOU safe. It’s simple. Elderly are going without so that others are safe for months. ????????????????????????????????????, ???????? ???????????? ???????????????????????? ???????????????? ????????????????. Stop stealing and hoarding sanitiser, groceries and Protective equipment and Stop ignoring the governments advice. Stop panicking. Stop going out and partying and putting others at risk. Stop flooding the healthcare system when you don’t need to. ????????????????????????????????????, ???????? ???????????? ???????????????????????? ???????????????? ????????????????. Follow government guidelines, be smart. Love each other. Be kind. ????Britt #cometogetherbystayingaway #nz

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The 32-year-old also called for people to be more appreciative of healthcare workers and the valuable work they do.

“Right now, your health care workers are working overtime for you. Putting themselves at risk for you. Getting no sleep for you. Going home crying for you. Coming out of retirement for you.

“After a huge day yesterday and seeing it first hand I felt the overwhelming need to mention it. Seeing patients abuse Drs, nurses, radiographers, receptionists and other staff for the waiting time and the ‘treatment’ they are getting is disgraceful.”

“I’ve had drs write to me saying they have to see certain patients now without the right protective equipment because of the shortage, because people are stealing it and over buying it when they don’t need it.”

She ended the post with a simple message we should all be noting right now, “Australia, we are better than this. Follow government guidelines, be smart. Love each other. Be kind.”

5. Every single TV show and movie that’s dropping on Netflix Australia in April 2020.

I think we can all agree that April will be a month of movies and television.

As we all head inside to self-isolate and help stop the spread of COVID-19, there will be plenty of time to watch films and TV shows that we haven’t gotten around to.

And this month we are in luck. Netflix Australia is giving us movies. Lots of movies. Including rom-coms, like Crazy, Stupid Love and How to Lose A Guy In 10 Days, as well as classic comedies, such as the American Pie franchise.

So to get you ready for a month of binging, here are our top three picks as well as everything else coming to Netflix Australia in April 2020.

Never Have I Ever

Netflix has just announced their newest TV coming of age TV series, Never Have I Ever. 

The series follows Devi Vishwakumar, a Hindu girl from the San Fernando Valley, and is based on the real childhood of American comedian and actress, Mindy Kaling.

Kaling held a nationwide callout to cast the central role and landed on 17-year-old Maitreyi Ramakrishnan.

Never Have I Ever hits Netflix on April 27.

Community

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No, Community isn't new, but season one through six will be dropping on April 1, and if you haven't seen it, you should.

The hilarious comedy series follows a lawyer who is forced to enrol at a community college after his law degree is revoked.

The show stars many familiar faces, including actor and singer Childish Gambino, Mad Men/Glow star Alison Brie, and Chevy Chase.

To read the full list of what is coming to Netflix next month, check it out over here.

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