Celeb in 5: Tuesday's best entertainment and gossip news.


1. What we know about the four intruders apparently coming to Married at First Sight.

Holy wow.

It looks like the MAFS drama is about to intensify beyond our wildest imaginations and we cannot wait.


Four new contestant are set to join the already fairly batsh*t cast (*cough* Ines *cough*) and we are so ready.

While we don't know when it's all going down, we do know their names and interests (other than Instagram followers and very questionable social experiments, that is).


According to Women's Day, we have:

Billy, who is an aspiring model, actor and body-builder from Queensland. His good looks are apparently "set to leave the brides in a spin” and, honestly, how much further can they actually spin? We are concerned.

Susie, a mum from Brisbane who loves a selfie (standard) and will reportedly "ruffle feathers". Yes please.

Former rugby player Daniel who has a secret son and sounds like we might not like him.

And last but not least, Tamara, who enjoys bikini selfies and is "fond of a luxury holiday" and honestly who isn't?

The introduction of the two couples could be because the experts need to send Ines & Bronson and Sam & Elizabeth far far away from each other, probably to avoid someone being murdered by having their eyebrow piercing ripped out and stabbed with it repeatedly.

Whatever the reason, we are excited.

2. Sarah Ferguson has weighed in on the Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton feud.

The madness of the gossip tabloid-driven "feud" between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton has, unfortunately, shown no sign of slowing down.

But while we think the whole situation is utterly ridiculous, a royal voice has finally weighed in.



Sarah Ferguson, ex-wife of Prince Andrew, has penned a powerful open letter for Hello! magazine, describing how the coverage of Meghan and Kate's relationship is akin to how she and the late Princess Diana were viewed as “rivals”.

She writes that despite numerous news reports at the time, she and Diana never felt any “rivalry” towards each other.

“Women, in particular, are constantly pitted against and compared with each other in a way that reminds me of how people tried to portray Diana and me all the time as rivals, which is something neither of us ever really felt,” she said.

The letter was published by the British magazine as part of their #HelloToKindness campaign, launched in response to a rise in online abuse directed at the young royals.


Fergie concluded: “I believe that it’s time to take a stand. This isn’t about freedom of speech. The truth is, it’s not acceptable to post abuse or threats on social media or news sites, and it’s not acceptable to harangue other users simply because they disagree with you.

“It’s not acceptable to pit women against one another all the time.”

3. The death in Game of Thrones that was “so horrible” we never got to see it.

Across Game of Thrones' seven seasons, we've seen a lot of character deaths.

But according to showrunner David Benioff, one death from the show was "so horrible" we never ended up seeing it.

According to Benioff, King Tommen's cat Ser Pounce was brutally executed by Tommen's mother, Cersei Lannister.

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Margaery Tyrell, King Tommen and Ser Pounce. Image: HBO.

"Cersei hated the name 'Ser Pounce' so much she could not allow him to survive," Benioff told Entertainment Weekly.

"So she came up with her most diabolical [execution]. Ser Pounce's death was so horrible we couldn't even put it on the air."

Eek. Honestly, we're kind of glad this death was kept out of the show...

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones premieres in Australia on April 15.

4. Chris Pratt has responded to Ellen Page's claims that his church is “infamously anti-LGBTQ”.

Chris Pratt has responded to Ellen Page's claims that his church is "infamously anti-LGBTQ".

Posting to his Instagram story, the Jurassic World actor defended Zoe Church – the church he attends which has strong ties to Hillsong.

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"Nothing could be further from the truth." Image: Getty.

"It has recently been suggested that I belong to a church which 'hates people' and is 'infamously anti-LGBTQ'," the 39-year-old wrote.

"Nothing could be further from the truth," he continued.

"I go to a church that opens their doors to absolutely everyone."

Pratt responded to the claims following a series of tweets Page shared earlier this week.


“If you are a famous actor and you belong to an organisation that hates a certain group of people, don’t be surprised if someone simply wonders why it’s not addressed,” she said.

“Being anti LGBTQ is wrong, there aren’t two sides. The damage it causes is severe. Full stop. Sending love to all.”

5. The photo of Carrie Bickmore with her daughter that normally wouldn't make it to Instagram.

In just two photos, Carrie Bickmore has nailed why you can’t take everything you see on Instagram at face value, especially when ‘perfect’ mum-and-baby moments are concerned.

Sharing an “Instagram verses reality” snapshot of parenting, the first image is a superbly candid shot of Carrie ‘taking a nap’ with two-month-old Adelaide on the couch.

She’s wearing a black straw hat and looks like her and baby have happily dozed off to the tune of songbirds chirping in the background. But the second image – “the real moment” – looked vastly different.

Check it out in our earlier post here.