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Ohio With a 6-2 lead and only three outs from a victory in Game 1 of their doubleheader Monday night at Classic Park, the Kane County Cougars allowed 5 runs in the bottom of the seventh in a 7-6 loss to the Lake County Captains before dropping the
For Chrissie, it was the fear of exposure that finally galvanised her to take action, her manager said. ''I have struggled terribly with totally giving up cigarettes since I found out I was pregnant,'' the Can of Worms host and Fairfax Media
X Factor contestant Shiane Hawke has bit back at assertions she is too young for the talent competition. The 14-year-old has told former Australian Idol judge Ian 'Dicko' Dickson that it was "my decision" to appear on the show after he publically
Australian Idol judge Ian "Dicko" Dickson has slammed the parents of The X Factor finalist Shiane Hawke, 14, for allowing the Darwin school girl to take part in the show. But her parents said the popular NT starlet was "coping well". On Sydney's 2UE
That is when Channel 10 will unleash Sarah Murdoch-hosted talent show Everybody Dance Now. Dance is the start of a mammoth roll-out by Ten that includes I Will Survive, Puberty Blues, Don't Tell the Bride and Can of Worms with new host Chrissie Swan.
Radio presenter and former Circle co-host Chrissie Swan has today been announced as the new host of Network Ten's Can of Worms . The issues-based talk show is expected back on the air in August as the networks re-tool post Olympics. Ten has been
Briton to undergo a sex change operation made revelation after being handed an MBE by the Queen. The Voice finalist Sarah De Bono would be a commercial success, Dicko says...Army faces social media backlash after saying homosexuality is "unacceptable"
Sarah De Bono is the most marketable of The Voice grand finalists and would be a commercial success, according to former Australia Idol judge Ian "Dicko" Dickson. De Bono has gone from bookmakers' outsider to second favourite to win the Nine Network'
Story continues below The Voice sells itself as a treasure trove of truly profound artists. Not in any way comparable to those other star-discovery vehicles in which a chubby sideshow barker like Kyle Sandilands might blindside the dreams of a kid
Story continues below Sidelong glances are edited to look like murderous glares. Minor disagreements about strategy are depicted as catastrophic eruptions. The attention lavished on sponsors is excessive and shameless. The deference with which Mr