The Block's Luke and Jasmin are caught up in ANOTHER copycat scandal
They've been accused of copying their designs in the past, and on Wednesday's episode of The Block, it was revealed Luke and Jasmin have the exact same secret door as Jimmy and Tam.Hosts Scott Cam and Shelley Craft noticed the similarities while inspecting the renovations on each house.
Luke Evans has sparked speculation he has split from his boyfriend. © Bang Showbiz Luke Evans
The 'Beauty and the Beast' actor had been dating Rafael Olarra for over a year but they have now unfollowed one another on Instagram and the 41-year-old actor has removed almost every photo of the art director from his page.
The pair started dating in summer 2019 and made their relationship Instagram official in February 2020.
During the coronavirus quarantine period, they spent a few months together in Florida, before travelling to the UK and Spain over the summer.
Over the last few months, they have been in Australia while Luke shot 'Nine Perfect Strangers' for Hulu but it seems that in the last few weeks, Rafael has returned to his job at luxury hotel chain Faena in the US.
Kate Beckinsale, 47, 'SPLITS from boyfriend Goody Grace, 23'
The actress, 47, has unfollowed the singer, 23, on Instagram and deleted any trace of him from her social media, after he moved into her home during lockdown. Kate and Goody first sparked dating rumours in April when they were publicly seen together for the first time, and their split comes just three months after publicly declared their love for one another.
Gallery: Stars who had normal jobs before becoming famous (BANG Showbiz)
Stars' normal jobs
Not every celebrity was born in the spotlight. Some stars were once everyday people with average jobs! Many spent years working their way up to be the famous icons they are today. Here are the top 10 stars who had normal jobs before becoming famous!
Hugh Jackman was a PE teacher
Hugh Jackman is one of Hollywood's biggest stars today, thanks to his years playing Wolverine in the 'X-Men' film franchise and starring in big-budget productions like 'The Greatest Showman'. However, his life was not always so star-studded and glamorous. The 'Logan' actor spent a gap year working at Uppingham School in England as a PE teacher. And during an interview on the red carpet, Hugh bumped into one of his former pupils, Rollo Ross, who was working as a reporter. The actor said: "Rollo, I'm sorry man, we go way back. I used to teach you at high school in PE and I want to know how your physical education is progressing. It's very important to me."
Kanye West worked as a sales assistant in Gap
Before breaking into the industry as a successful rapper, Kanye West worked as a sales assistant at Gap. In lyrics from his debut album, 'The College Dropout', Kanye proclaimed that he used to steal from the store! However, the retailer is now teaming up with the 'Gold Digger' hitmaker and Yeezy, his fashion company, for a new clothing line called Yeezy Gap. The collaboration will be introduced in the first half of 2021. Kanye said to The Cut magazine: "I'd like to be the Steve Jobs of the Gap."
Johnny Depp sold ballpoint pens over the phone
Johnny Depp is now one of the best-paid stars in Hollywood, but life hasn't always been so easy for the acclaimed actor. Prior to making it big in the movie business, Johnny made a meagre living selling pens. Recalling his first experience in the working world, he previously admitted to spending call day "calling people who don't want you to call them". He added: "You put on your best fake voice and try and sell them a gross or two of ballpoint pens with their name printed on them."
US President Barack Obama scooped ice cream
The former US President worked as an ice-cream scooper at Baskin-Robbins in Hawaii when he was in high school. Obama wrote about his experience on LinkedIn: "Scooping ice cream is tougher than it looks. Rows and rows of rock-hard ice cream can be brutal on the wrists." However, this experience taught him life lessons he still uses today. He continued: "My first summer job wasn't exactly glamorous, but it taught me some valuable lessons. Responsibility, Hard work. Balancing a job with friends, family, and school."
Michelle Keegan worked as a check-in agent at Manchester Airport.
Michelle worked at Selfridges in the Trafford Centre shopping mall and as a check-in agent at Manchester Airport before she appeared on our TV screens as Tina McIntyre in 'Coronation Street'. During this time, she was turned down in her very first audition for 'Hollyoaks'. While working for MyTravel Airways in 2006, she checked 'Coronation Street' actor Jack. P Shepherd and his girlfriend in for a flight. Coincidentally, she would go on to play his on-screen girlfriend years later. The 'Our Girl' actress previously said: "I was really star-struck when I saw him in the queue. Now two years on I'm playing his girlfriend."
Rachel McAdams worked at McDonald's for three years.
The 'Notebook' star had a job with the fast-food restaurant when she was 16 years old. Rachel told Glamour: "[I worked at McDonald's] for a good three years." However, the job simply wasn't for her. The movie star admitted: "I was not a great employee; I broke the orange juice machine one day." She went on to say she enjoyed working at McDonald's, even though she had no time for hand washing. Rachel explained: "It was a great place to work, but I had a little bit of an OCD thing with hand washing and just didn't have time."
Matt LeBlanc was a carpenter.
Before Matt LeBlanc became a worldwide star for his role in 'Friends', he wanted to be a carpenter. Matt told the Daily Telegraph: "I wanted to be a carpenter. Everyone did carpentry, plumbing, roofing in my family. The mentality was, if it was broke, you fixed it." But after a while, Matt realised this was not the job for him, as he didn't enjoy working in the outdoors. The 'Joey' star said: "I realised that I didn't want to be pounding nails in the snow in New England all my life. I wanted an inside job, where you got to work in the warm. That was the ambition."
Jim Carrey was a cleaner in a factory.
Before becoming one of the most successful comedic actors in Hollywood, the 'Ace Ventura: Pet Detective' star cleaned an Ontario warehouse along with his family. His father lost his accountant job, which made the family homeless. Therefore, in return for accommodation they had to work at the factory. The 'The Mask' actor used to scrub washrooms during an eight-hour evening shift after school, causing a drop in his grades and eventually he dropped out of school at 16. However, it all worked out well in the end, because Jim is now among the world's richest comedians.
The former couple's only red carpet appearance together was at the 'Frozen 2' European premiere last November.
Millie Bobby Brown puts up her Christmas tree in October
The Enola Holmes star, 16, got a jump on the December holiday this year by putting up twinkly fairy lights and decorating her Christmas tree in her family home before Halloween.But there was no sign of Millie Bobby Brown, who was busy getting into the festive spirit after putting her Christmas tree up two months early - before Halloween has even passed on the calendar.
The 'Clash of the Titans' star previously admitted he had got a tattoo after turning 40 because he felt "midlife crisis-y".
He said: "It's a band around my arm, it's continuous and it says the initials of my dad, my mother and me. Dave, Yvonne and Luke. It was because I was feeling a bit midlife crisis-y I guess... There's no dolphins or love hearts."
Meanwhile, Luke recently admitted he turned down the villainous role of Gaston in 2017's 'Beauty and the Beast' before finally accepting the part when he realised what a dark character he was.
He said: "I really wanted to be able to merge my singing career with my film career which was going well and I didn't know whether Gaston was the right role for that.
"My best mate said 'Mate, Gaston's a brilliant role.' So we watched it with the kids one Sunday and I watched this character, and I'd turned it down three times. I wanted to play the Beast, but they'd cast the Beast.
"But then I saw it and I thought 'I'm going to make them love me then absolutely despise Gaston.' "
What is the AFL's greatest modern dynasty? .
With their grand final victory over the Geelong Cats last week, Richmond became the fourth team this millennium to win at least three flags. They joined the Brisbane Lions (2001-03), the Cats (2007, 2009 and 2011) and Hawthorn (2008, 2013-15) among the most successful teams of the 21st century, and Trent Cotchin joined his contemporaries Michael Voss and Luke Hodge as triple-premiership winning captains.