Sarah’s Day Says Goodbye to Cooking App, Olivia Rogers Tells Us More And Kayla Itsines is the Reluctant Hen
Sarah’s Day has announced she’s pulling the pin on her healthy cooking app, Sunee. The fitness influencer’s initial cryptic post caused chaos in the comment section, with many fans thinking she was bidding farewell to YouTube.
Over the weekend, Kayla Itsines was the reluctant Hen. Despite, telling her bridal party that she didn’t want to celebrate, she ended up caving and having an intimate Hens celebration in Adelaide.
Olivia Rogers has announced she’s launching a new podcast called ‘Tell Me More.’ The former Miss Universe revealed the news by sharing a photo of her holding a newspaper in front of her face, which featured headlines clues.
And over the weekend, Taylor Swift sent Swifties into a spin at her Eras concert in Argentina.
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