1. Married at First Sight’s Ryan has slammed all his co-stars in stand up routine.
So apparently Married at First Sight’s Ryan Gallagher is now a stand up comedian.
Consider his attempt at finding love on reality TV was a joke, it’s not surprising, is it?
The tradie from Sydney best known for being cheated on by his former fake wife Davina performed a comedy show called ‘Looking For Love’ at a Sydney University student bar, and according to the journo from News.com.au who actually went, it was a doozy.
Best/worst jokes included details of fellow contestant Telv’s foreskin, Nasser’s sexuality and a lovely story about how he lost his virginity at 14 to a prostitute.
Oh, and he had some things to say about Davina too.
Read the full and enlightening review of Ryan’s comedy show here.
2. The four very strict rules all guests at the royal wedding will need to abide by.
With a royal wedding comes etiquette, rules and traditions. And for those lucky enough to snag an invite to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding next weekend, there’s quite a few to follow.
Rule #1: No budging from the seating plan. All 800 of the couple’s guests will have assigned seating in the traditional manner, with the bride’s family (including her co-stars and friends) on the left and the groom’s family on the right.
Rule #2: Be on time. Unlike Will and Kate’s 2011 wedding, which required guests to arrive two hours early, Harry and Meghan’s day will be a little more relaxed. Just a little. Guests will still need to arrive an hour early.
Rule #3: Bow or curtsy to the Queen. Wedding guests who are lucky enough to encounter Queen Elizabeth II will be expected to bow or curtsy and call her "Your Majesty" – but forget about approaching her. Guests are expected to wait for her to approach or address them.
Rule #4: No social media. The hardest rule of all. Former royal editor Duncan Larcome told Cosmopolitan UK: "Once the Queen is there, guests will be on their best behaviour. Things like tweeting will be an absolute no-no."