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SHE may have dived out of Celebrity Splash, but it seems TV execs can't get enough of the riveting character that is Brynne Edelsten. Having inked a deal with the Seven Network, part of that contract will be the second coming of Brynne : My Bedazzled
Disgraced former doctor Geoffrey Edelsten is being chased by the Victorian government after allegedly failing to pay $33,460 in payroll taxes owed by his medical and entertainment businesses. The overdue bill has sparked two new court actions against
It was predicted the show would prove the car-crash TV event of the year and that it would bomb in the ratings...The format was hot property at the international TV sales market last year, with versions launching in Holland, France, Spain, Britain
Logie nomination, reality TV star Brynne Edelsten can at least bask in the glow of her new body. The 30-year-old, who was snapped walking her dog in a pair of outrageously high wedges, has revealed to New Idea magazine that she has lost a whopping
Brynne Edelsten has been unearthed as an unlikely mentor for indigenous youth. Edelsten was first choice as role model for the Indigenous Fashion Unearthed program, providing young people with opportunities to learn about the fashion world. "I try to
Port Adelaide artist Mark Lobert found inspiration in Brynne Edelsten that helped him deal with a major blow last year. After seeing Brynne's TV show My Bedazzled Life, Mark was taken by her genuine and loving attitude to life. "In everything she
Geoffrey Edelsten has again been left to rue the price of his visit to dating website sugardaddyforme.com, with Justice David Beach ruling in the Supreme Court on Monday against his claim for costs. In October, Edelsten sought, and won, an injunction
Wayne Taylor Brynne Edelsten has slammed a Woman's Day report which claims she worked as a stripper in Arizona before she fell madly in love with Geoffrey Edelsten and became a celebrity in her adopted homeland...Her former lover Eddie Spaghetti''
Wilk It's time for Barry O'Farrell to stop concerning himself with trivial issues and act swiftly to declare Melbourne Cup day a public holiday in NSW. Every year thousands of Victoria's finest perch themselves on the bonnets of their Commodores in
Mr Edelsten sat stony-faced throughout the brief judgment, which Justice Beach opened with the observation that a fellow judge had, "a little over 13 years ago", heard evidence from a witness he described as "the greatest perjurer that ever lived". "