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Kate Moss Is Planning to Sell Homemade Jam at Glastonbury

Kate Moss Fur Vest

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Die-hard rock fans and Kanye West haters might still be upset that the rapper will be playing a major stage at the Glastonbury Festival, but hopefully some sweet treats from a pretty face will help ease the pain of having to sit through what will most likely be a dope performance anyway. 

Kate Moss will be selling homemade jam during the Glastonbury festivities with the help of daughter Lila Grace, who will be on hand to help mom push the delicious product. According to the Mirror, Kate Moss’ jam-making skills are heavy in these streets. Apparently, she’s been whipping up preserves for her friends for a while, so she’s had plenty of practice in the jam department.

Since Kate Moss is already wealthy, it wouldn’t make sense for her to pocket the profits, which is why proceeds from her jam sales will go to charity. After all, nothing is sweeter than shopping for a good cause. 

[via Bustle]

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The Whole Pantry’s Belle Gibson Finally Admits She Never Had Cancer

You might have heard of Belle Gibson. She’s the Melburnian who claimed to have healed terminal brain cancer with healthy living practices like clean eating. She fooled the world with her story, and made a good buck in the process with her top-rating app, The Whole Pantry.

Belle Gibson

Photo: AWW

Now, in her first interview since speculation started that her story could be false, Belle has admitted it was all a crock of shit. “No. None of it’s true,” the 23-year-old told Australian Women’s Weekly of her alleged cancer diagnosis.

Oh, and now she’s asking for some understanding. “I don’t want forgiveness,” she told AWW. “I just think [speaking out] was the responsible thing to do. Above anything, I would like people to say, ‘Okay, she’s human.'” (more…)

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Big Brother’s Aisha Jade Talks Modelling, Trav and Life After the Show

Aisha Jade street style

Photo: Josephine Willcox for theFashionSpot

When Aisha Jade McKinnon entered the Big Brother household in 2014, she entertained us with much more than her PDA-heavy relationship with Travis Lunardi. The New Zealand-born babe rocked some commendable threads around the Gold Coast house, and, now that she’s back in the real world, has been delving into the fashion industry with a new modelling career and budding fashion-icon status. (more…)

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Watch: Rose Byrne’s Amazing Kookaburra Impression on Jimmy Fallon

Rose Byrne on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

We never need another reason to love Rose Byrne, but her latest appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this week has, quite simply, astounded us in the best way possible.

The home-grown actress was talking about a time she took her boyfriend, Bobby Cannavale, to her parents’ place in Tasmania, when they heard the bird call of the native Australian kookaburra in the morning. “It makes a really interesting sound,” she explained to Jimmy, before giving it her all with an epic 6-second kookaburra call.

All Australians know it’s not a pretty sound, and to go ahead and mimic the creature in front of the world is a courageous move. “It really does sound like that,” she clarified, trying to tone down the audience and Jimmy who were left in hysterical laughter. “I’m not making it up. It’s even louder than that. It’s a really crazy sound.” (more…)

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Here’s Why Retailer Websites Always Crash During Big Sales

Lilly Pulitzer Target homepage

Image: Target

When a retailer unveils a design collaboration, its website is pretty much automatically expected to crash. This weekend, Target’s website was overloaded with shoppers scrambling to get their hands on the Lilly Pulitzer for Target collection and several disappointed and frustrated customers wound up dealing with error pages. But why does this happen time and time again when retailers are well aware that the overwhelming demand might put their website out of commission – and anger plenty of shoppers along with it?

According to Quartz, the problem lies in the ever-changing way we shop. Even if the retailer can predict how many people they think will shop online, various servers “still don’t handle mobile well, and when smartphone requests get routed back to the retailer’s primary servers, they can result in an unanticipated influx that can bring a site down.”

It seems that in the case of Lilly Pulitzer, Target made the mistake of miscalculating the traffic at the release of the collection. Sure, they wound up pissing off a lot of people, but we wager they’re not too broken up about it – after all, the collection is mostly sold out.

[via Quartz]

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