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Entertainment Head-turning ARIA Awards fashion over the years

00:10  27 november  2019
00:10  27 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Ray J's 8-months-pregnant wife claims he abandoned her in Vegas

  Ray J's 8-months-pregnant wife claims he abandoned her in Vegas Princess Love, who's 8-months-pregnant, claims Ray J left her stranded in Vegas over the weekend.The family drama was made public after the "Love & Hip Hop" star posted an Instagram photo with his wife and daughter from the BET Soul Train Awards. Princess, who's 8-months pregnant with a baby boy, was far from "liking" the photo, instead writing, "Left me and Melody stranded in Vegas and blocked me from calling.. now you wanna post family photos #ByeUgly.

ARIA Awards . The ARIAs are the flagship event of the Australian music calendar - a celebration of all that is great and popular in local music. The very first ARIA Awards were held in 1987 at the Sheraton Wentworth Hotel in Sydney, recognising excellence and innovation across all genres of

The ARIA Music Award for Single of the Year /Song of the Year , is an award presented at the annual ARIA Music Awards , which recognises "the many achievements of Aussie artists across all music genres", since 1987.

a group of people on a dirt track: Fatal floods are frequent in Kinshasa, Africa's third-largest city with around 10 million people [Ange Nge Kasongo/AFP]© [Ange Nge Kasongo/AFP] Fatal floods are frequent in Kinshasa, Africa's third-largest city with around 10 million people [Ange Nge Kasongo/AFP]

At least 41 people have died in the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) capital, Kinshasa after torrential overnight rains, with some swept away by landslides, a top city official said.

"The loss, in terms of property and lives, is really huge," Kinshasa's vice governor, Neron Mbungu, told AFP news agency, adding that the dead included a child who was electrocuted.

He said three of the city's 26 districts were badly hit, adding that rescue workers were continuing to hunt for more bodies.

MAFS Cam & Jules won't be starring next year

  MAFS Cam & Jules won't be starring next year Speaking exclusively to Now To Love on the red carpet at the 2019 Aria Awards, Cam Merchant and Jules Robinson confirmed that they will "absolutely not" make a cameo in next year's season of Married At First Sight. Speaking exclusively to Now To Love on the red carpet at the 2019 Aria Awards, Cam Merchant and Jules Robinson confirmed that they will "absolutely not" make a cameo in next year's season so there goes that rumour.© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Newlyweds Jules and Cam looked picture perfect on the Aria Awards red carpet.

The ARIA Music Award for Producer of the Year , is an award presented within the Artisan Awards at the annual ARIA Music Awards . The ARIA Awards recognise "the many achievements of Aussie artists across all music genres"

Fashion . Underdog stories make for great TV, and viewers of Wednesday night’s Aria awards are primed for an all-timer: the ascension of the 26- year -old Mornington Peninsula musician Tones and I Like having your feed flooded with variations on the same meme over and over , it’s consumption that

"Wherever we found death, we gave the mayors the means to bring the bodies to the morgue, and we also made available the means for the wounded to be taken to medical centres," he said.

The official said a bridge connecting the districts of Lemba and Ngaba collapsed, and another was destroyed in the district of Kisenso.

The mayor of Lemba, Jean Nsaka, said a drainage ditch had given way under pressure of the water, and the highway had been engulfed.

"More than 300 homes have been flooded. There are many houses which have been destroyed," Nsaka said.

Seven other people died in floods and landslides in South Kivu in the far east of the vast country, local official Seth Wenga said.

Fatal floods are frequent in Kinshasa, Africa's third-largest city with around 10 million people. Experts say the city's substandard building practices and large slum areas give little protection, leading to relatively high death tolls.

ARIA Awards 2019: Envelope gaffe as wrong winner announced for Best Independent Release

  ARIA Awards 2019: Envelope gaffe as wrong winner announced for Best Independent Release There was an envelope gaffe at the ARIA Awards 2019 tonight — and it was handled brilliantly. Radio duo Veronica Milsom and Lewis Hobba were on stage to announce the winner of Best Independent Release, but they were unfortunately given the wrong envelope.

While the ARIAs are known as Australian music’s night of nights, the award show has also played host to some of the most memorable red carpet looks. Imogen Anthony on the red carpet at the 2016 ARIA Awards held at The Star Sydney. Picture: Jonathan NgSource:News Corp Australia.

ARIA Awards . The ARIAs are the flagship event of the Australian music calendar - a celebration of all that is great and popular in local music. The very first ARIA Awards were held in 1987 at the Sheraton Wentworth Hotel in Sydney, recognising excellence and innovation across all genres of

In January last year, around 50 people were killed in landslides and floods and after houses collapsed following just one night of heavy rain.

President Felix Tshisekedi visited one of the worst-affected areas on Tuesday and was heckled by a group of young people, who told him to "come and put the concrete back on our street".

"If the housing units were decent, we would not have experienced disasters like this," Daniel Mbau, a member of parliament, said after visiting Lemba commune.

Pictures: Countries that suffer the most during extreme weather conditions

smoke coming out of it: For the past 14 years, Germanwatch, an independent development and environmental organization that advocates for sustainable development, has ranked countries by their exposure and vulnerability to climate-related risks over a 20-year period. Called the Climate Risk Index (CRI), the most recent list covers the years between 1998 and 2017.  24/7 Tempo used the CRI to explore the basis for the top 30 rankings and supplemented the underlying data with events that have occurred in the past two years. A single event can quickly move a country to the top of the ranks of disaster-prone places. According to Germanwatch, in the years covered by the current CRI, more than 526,000 people died from the ravages of 11,500 weather events, with economic losses totalling $3.47 trillion. Some of the poorest countries in the world are among among the ranks of countries most devastated by extreme weather. These countries rank high even though monetary losses, an important factor in the rankings, are much higher in wealthier countries.  For all of the countries listed, climate change is considered a major contributor to the extreme weather events in the past two decades, though it is generally not possible to attribute a particular event to climate change. Big-picture analyses that show storms becoming more frequent and dangerous, temperatures reaching historic extremes, and previously predictable rainfall patterns changing from season to season point to impact from climate change. And the effects of climate change are projected to intensify, causing increasingly costly disasters and loss of life. Ironically, the poor countries suffering the worst catastrophes are also the countries responsible for the lowest greenhouse gas emissions. Even though they are poor, they are among those trying to improve air and water quality, biodiversity, wastewater treatment, and to reduce carbon emissions -- these are the countries that are doing the most (and least) to protect the environment.

From housing trust homes to the ARIAs, Adrian Eagle's career is soaring to new heights .
Adrian Eagle is a world away from where his life began in the southern suburbs of Adelaide. Now touring with the Hilltop Hoods in the US, Eagle says it's been a whirlwind ride since joining the industry. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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