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Dublin: 0 °C Wednesday 17 January, 2018

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have been hanging out at Powerscourt Estate's The Dredge

Yet another serving of celeb dirt.

EVERY WEEKDAY MORNING, rounds up the best of the day’s celebrity dirt from the top to the very bottom.  

Any landing is a good lan— 📷: @blakelively #Ireland ☘️ 🇮🇪

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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively paid a little visit to Powerscourt Estate in Wicklow this week. 

Over the last few weeks, Blake Lively has been spotted filming in Dublin for her new movie The Rhythm Section. It was reported that there are also several scenes that will be shot around Wicklow while she’s here. Lively seemingly took a bit of time off work to check out Powerscourt Estate in Wicklow with her husband Ryan Reynolds this week.

Apparently they ate lunch in Avoca during their day out. In Reynolds’ Instagram post, he joked ‘Any landing is a good lan- @blakelively’ #Ireland’.  (Evoke)

Do you ever feel like you've got a monkey on your back?

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Laura Whitmore has shared that she was in Bali when Mount Agung began to erupt and shared tips on the safest way to leave the island. 

Two days ago, Whitmore shared a photograph to Instagram and let her followers know that due to extra precautions made by airlines, flights in and out of Bali were cancelled. She let everybody know that she’s OK and has managed to leave the island by ferry and instructed others on how to do so:

I’ve been flooded with lots of concerned messages about the eruption at Mount Agung in Bali. I just want to say that everyone is handling the situation realy well and the atmosphere on the island in relation to what happened is calm. I was due to leave on Sunday, but our airline taking everyone’s utmost safety into consideration has cancelled flights.
I love Bali and the people but want to be home now so we decided to travel to Surabaya in Java about 10 hours away by land (and ferry!) which is the best route out for anyone who needs to leave the island. 180GBP between all of us the whole way – two of us, so we paid 90 each.

She added that she hopes the damage caused is minimal and that she would have happily extended her trip if she didn’t have other obligations.

Happy Thanksgiving from paradise 🌴@inamorataswim

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Emily Ratajkowski has been accused of copying another designer’s swimsuits. 

The 26-year-old model and actress launched a swimsuit collection a fortnight ago and is already facing criticism for her pieces. A designer named Lisa Marie Fernandez has accused Ratajkowski of ripping off two of her designs from several years ago.

Fernandez spotted the photos of Emily’s swimwear line on Instagram and thought two of the designs looked very familiar. The designer said “Because of technology, we are really entering an era of accountability in so many ways.”

Clothing designs aren’t protected under U.S. copyright law, but because Emily ships designs internationally, European copyright law could be invoked instead. Fernandez registered for two EU Community Design Registration certificates in 2015 which gave her a monopoly over supplying, importing, exporting or selling those designs until 2020. She may be allowed to extend that license for a further 25 years.

Ratajkowksi has yet to comment. (Teen Vogue)

And the rest of the day’s dirt…

  • Meghan Markle’s ring may have cost up to €180,000. Yikes. (Goss)
  • Emma Watson seems to have broken up with her boyfriend (W Magazine)
  • Saoirse Ronan won Best Actress at the Gotham Independent Film Awards for her new movie Lady Bird (DailyEdge)
  • Harvey Weinstein is being sued for alleged ‘sex trafficking’ in Cannes (The Journal)
  • A Welsh teenager has been found guilty of plotting a terror attack at a Justin Bieber concert (NME)


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