Entertainment Pete Davidson And Kaia Gerber Have Been Spotted On A Lunch Date And This Is Not A Drill
Jimmy the dog rescued from steep cliff over Bells Beach
Emergency services workers scale down a steep cliff on Victoria's Great Ocean Road to rescue a stranded dog named Jimmy. People walking on Bells Beach spotted the black and white dog about halfway down the cliff on a narrow ledge.They called triple-0 and the CFA and SES responded to rescue the dog.Country Fire Authority Commander Mark Sinkinson said Jimmy's owners did not even know he was missing."We're not sure how or why the dog got out but it was pretty happy to be back up in the car park," he said.
Thankfully, said fan shared a snap of the pair in their corner seat, and they looked like they were in good spirits, laughing over their drinks.
TMZ reports the twosome were out on Tuesday at Sadelle's in New York City, though, there is some suggestion this wasn't Gerber and Davidson's first encounter.
SA dad sentenced for ice in lunch bag
A South Australian drug dealer has avoided further jail time after the drug ice was found in his son's lunch order bag.The Adelaide man pleaded guilty in the District Court to three counts of trafficking in a controlled substance between August 2017 and August 2018.
Page Six has pictures of the Saturday Night Live star reportedly leaving Gerber's apartment just hours earlier, though an insider apparently said the two were 'just friends'.
Gerber has also been pretty clear she is not focused on her romantic life right now, saying her modelling career is her priority.
'When I'm working, I don't have the energy to even flirt with anyone.' Gerber told Vogue last month. 'I'm sorry, I just can't... But I'm not losing hope in all love forever...I have backgammon at my house, and that's all a girl needs. When I'm home, I'm living the life of a 70-year-old woman... I'm an old soul.'
Three-time Olympic champ paralysed after 'rare' stroke .
Brit Pete Reed has been paralysed after the three-time Olympic rowing gold medallist revealed he suffered a rare stroke.The rower, who won gold medals for Great Britain in the coxless four at Beijing 2008 and London 2012 and in the eight another four years on in Rio, retired from the sport last year.