This evening the Liberty London hosted the prestigious hairstylist Sam McKnight who previously worked for Princess Diana for a glamorous styling session. McKnight and his professional team did an extensive demonstration of how to use and get the best of Hair by Sam McKnight line. Sadly, the high-fashion hairstylist was there for only one hour with his team carrying the work for another two more hours. A lot of people showed up ready to have a hair makeover and learn some of his life-changing hair hacks and tips. The luckiest ones left with the hairstylist’s autograph on their brand-new Sam McKnight product. McKnight teamed up with Liberty London following the debut of his styling line early this year. The line includes three dry hairsprays for styling and a dry shampoo for v
Report: Tracey Popoola | Subbing: Claudia Jackson Grime artist Stormzy leads this year, followed by newcomer J Hus This year’s MOBO Award nominations have finally been announced, and Stormzy is the front-runner with five nominations, including best grime act, best male and best video. ‘Did You See’ Rapper J Hus closely follows behind with four nominations, whilst female artists Stefflon Don and Jorja Smith both have three. The MOBOs, which was founded in 1996 by CEO, Kanya King MBE, celebrates music of black origin in the UK, and also uses this awards show to celebrate the growth of influential genres that have been birthed within the last 15 years, including Afro-beats and Grime. The awards ceremony will be taking place at Leeds First Direct Arena on 29 November.
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Words: Kiera Chapman | Subbing: Bernadette Galbraith For some, it’s the crackers, for others it’s the sprouts that do it, but is it really Christmas until someone unwillingly swallows an animal penis? Along with the usual November routines (roasted root veg, sparklers, etc.), there is now a familiar serving of shame from our favourite jungle-set TV show. It’s that time of the year again where a handful of ‘famous’ hooligans are thrown into a jungle to brag, nag and ultimately shag: welcome back I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! If Ant and Dec aren’t enough to tempt people over to the shameful entertainment and insect recipes that BBC Good Food leaves out, the consistently colourful line-up can lure even the most snobbish minds in - without fail. At times it feels like these figu