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Death in Paradise series 13 finale spoiler photos tease tense Neville and Florence moment

Death in Paradise series 13 finale spoiler photos tease tense Neville and Florence moment

A first look at the Death in Paradise series 13 finale has teased a tense moment between DI Neville Parker (Ralf Little) and Florence Cassell (Joséphine Jobert).  Last week’s episode ended on a huge cliffhanger that left Neville’s future on the island up in the air as he announced his plans to go travelling.  WATCH: Have you enjoyed series 13? After solving one last crime with Florence, Neville headed to the airport and bid his former flame a final farewell. Speaking to her via a video call, he said: “Well that is me, I better go catch my flight. I guess this is goodbye – again.“ He then climbed the stairs to board the plane before turning around and taking one last look at the island. In the next shot, a plane was seen taking off into the sky. But was Neville on it?  © BBCDI Neville Parker prepared to board a plane and go travelling in the penultimate episode First-look photos at the finale would suggest not. In one of the new snaps, Florence …

Elon Musk defends stance on diversity and free speech during tense interview | Elon Musk

Elon Musk defends stance on diversity and free speech during tense interview | Elon Musk

Elon Musk has defended his stance on diversity and free speech in a tense interview with the former CNN anchor Don Lemon. The Tesla chief executive was openly irritated by Lemon’s line of questioning during the hour-long video interview, published on Monday. Responding to a question about his prescription for ketamine, Musk said: “It’s pretty private to ask somebody about a medical prescription.” He said he took the drug to address “a negative chemical state in my in my brain, like depression”. Asked if he abused the drug, which is commonly used as an anaesthetic, he said: “I don’t think so. If you use too much ketamine you can’t really get work done. I have a lot of work.” Musk, who cancelled a deal between his X platform and Lemon after the interview was taped earlier this month, was asked about his criticism of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) schemes including his support for a thread on X by Ben Shapiro, a conservative pundit, claiming that DEI was endangering medical patients. Lemon told Musk there …

’90 Day: The Single Life’ Tell-All: Tim Asks Jamal If He Wants to Sleep With Him in Tense Moment (Exclusive)

’90 Day: The Single Life’ Tell-All: Tim Asks Jamal If He Wants to Sleep With Him in Tense Moment (Exclusive)

Tim and Jamal are not holding back on their dislike for one another in this exclusive clip from part one of this season of 90 Day: The Single Life‘s tell-all special airing Monday on TLC. In the clip, Jamal joins forces with Tim’s love interest this season, Luisa — who obviously isn’t dating Tim anymore — to attack Tim’s relationship with Veronica (whom Jamal dated this season). In the process he takes a serious jab at Tim by not so subtly bringing up longtime rumors that Tim is gay, which Tim has already denied multiple times. Jamal and Veronica decided to date exclusively on this season of 90 Day: The Single Life after what started out as a surprising fling for the two of them. However, their 10-year age difference was an issue as well as Veronica’s close relationship with her ex-fiancé and fellow 90 Day Fiancé castmate, Tim. Tim and Jamal didn’t get along all season, and in the clip Jamal calls out both Veronica and Tim for talking badly about one another behind each …

Don Lemon’s X talk show deal is canceled after a “tense” interview with Elon Musk for the premiere

Don Lemon’s X talk show deal is canceled after a “tense” interview with Elon Musk for the premiere

In January, former CNN anchor Don Lemon announced a partnership with Elon Musk to produce long-form video content on X (formerly Twitter), but after interviewing Musk for his premiere episode, the agreement has turned from a green light to a red light. According to Musk, “The Don Lemon Show” lacked originality, explaining his reasons for canceling the deal via a post to X, writing, “His approach was basically just ‘CNN, but on social media,’ which doesn’t work, as evidenced by the fact that CNN is dying.” But Lemon sees things differently, issuing a statement of his own where he says “a whole lot” went down during their interview, which he still plans to post to X, and be paid for. “Elon Musk is mad at me,” Lemon said in a video to tell his side. “This does not change anything about the show except for my relationship with Elon and X . . . and I’m gonna tell you about it in the coming days. Apparently, free speech absolutism doesn’t apply when it comes to questions …

Prince Harry ‘pressures’ Meghan Markle for UK return amid ‘tense’ event | Royal | News

Prince Harry ‘pressures’ Meghan Markle for UK return amid ‘tense’ event | Royal | News

Prince Harry is reportedly putting “pressure” on Meghan Markle to return to the UK for the Invictus Games, causing some ‘tension’ in their marriage, according to a Royal expert. The Duke of Sussex is set to host an event in Britain this year to mark the 10th anniversary of the games, which support wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veterans. Royal expert and author Tom Quinn told The Mirror that Harry is “putting pressure” on Meghan to accompany him at the event. However, Meghan may not be eager to return to the UK as it was previously claimed that she “never felt at home” here. Royal author Omid Scobie, often referred to as the Sussex’s ‘mouthpiece’, wrote in his book Endgame last year that Meghan “never wants to set foot again in England”. But Quinn believes Harry won’t accept a refusal and even Meghan is starting to understand that one “should never say never”. READ MORE: Meghan Markle facing ‘bigger issue’ trying to land mega finance deal Scobie also spoke about …

‘Little People, Big World’s Amy Roloff on Relationship With Ex Matt Years After Tense Divorce (Exclusive)

‘Little People, Big World’s Amy Roloff on Relationship With Ex Matt Years After Tense Divorce (Exclusive)

Amy Roloff is opening up about where she stands with her ex-husband and Little People, Big World co-star, Matt Roloff.  Talking with ET’s Rachel Smith in an exclusive interview, the reality television star, 61, gave an update on the upcoming season and the personal growth viewers will witness, seven years after she and Matt, 62, went through a tense separation. “I think one of the things you see is me changing and just being with Matt,” Amy says, adding that her own husband, Chris Malek, and Matt’s fiancée, Caryn Chandler, have helped their situation. Amy married Chris in 2021, while Matt popped the question to Caryn in 2023. “Just being with Matt and Caryn, we get involved in a big fundraising event with an organization that means a lot to me,” Amy adds, previewing a storyline from season 25. Collaborating on a project of this magnitude is a major step for the mom of four who said she didn’t “want anything to do with Matt” for quite some time.  Getty Images In her new interview, …

“What Is My Goal?”: Inside the Tense Roundtable to “Define” Jill Biden’s Legacy

“What Is My Goal?”: Inside the Tense Roundtable to “Define” Jill Biden’s Legacy

Joe Biden has been focused on his presidential legacy for so long that he wasted no time ushering a group of historians into the White House once he finally got the job. Six weeks after taking office, he met with presidential scholars in the East Room to discuss what sort of president he could be, should ambitious plans for social spending and infrastructure bear fruit. The listening session was organized by Jon Meacham, a Pulitzer Prize–winning biographer and historian who moonlights as a Biden speechwriter. Other attendees included the author Michael Eric Dyson and a selection of historians from Ivy League universities. (Though Joe has emphasized his lack of Ivy credentials, in practice he is happy to be surrounded by advisers who have them.) Meacham was the person the president looked to when he wanted to muse about what the Biden presidency could mean when viewed against the long scope of history—a favorite topic for the politician who, when he was elected at seventy-seven, was the oldest commander in chief the country had ever seen. …

John Krasinski takes on Stephen Colbert in a brutally tense arm wrestle

John Krasinski takes on Stephen Colbert in a brutally tense arm wrestle

“Warn our affiliates we might be going long.” These are the words of pumped up Late Show Super Bowl special host Stephen Colbert as he rips off his jacket so aggressively that his mic makes an audible thump, in preparation for an arm wrestle with guest John Krasinski. There’s plenty of fighting talk from Colbert as he slaps Krasinski’s bicep and informs him he’s “gone soft”, but ultimately the IF director/writer emerges the clear victor. Source link

Russian Strikes Hit Ukrainian Cities at a Tense Time for Kyiv

Russian Strikes Hit Ukrainian Cities at a Tense Time for Kyiv

Missiles streaked into Kyiv early Wednesday in a Russian attack that killed at least five people, according to local officials, jolted residents awake with air alarms and explosions, and ignited a fire that sent plumes of smoke billowing over the Ukrainian capital. The barrage, which directed missiles and drones at cities across the country, coincided with a moment of heightened uncertainty for Ukraine. Russian forces are pressing assaults in towns and villages along the front, American aid is in doubt, and President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine is preparing for what he has hinted will be a major shake-up in his government and the army’s leadership. Mr. Zelensky is considering replacing Gen. Valery Zaluzhny, the country’s top military commander, but has not announced any decision on the matter. General Zaluzhny remains in his job and said on Wednesday morning that Ukrainian air defense teams had destroyed 44 of the 64 cruise missiles, ballistic missiles and drones that Russia had fired in the assault. Since the end of last year, Russia has stepped up its large-scale aerial …

U.S. ponders retaliation against Iran proxies in tense Middle East

U.S. ponders retaliation against Iran proxies in tense Middle East

As the United States mulls its response to a drone attack that killed three U.S. troops and injured at least 34, it treads a risky line, where any misstep could embroil Washington and its allies more deeply in a war with Iran and its proxies. Biden has vowed retaliation following the Sunday attack that was claimed by the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an umbrella group for Iranian-linked militias including Kataib Hezbollah and Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba. Speaking to CNBC on Monday morning, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said the United States would react “in a time in a manner of our choosing.” “We don’t want a wider war with Iran,” he said. “We don’t want a wider war in the region, but we’ve got to do what we have to do.” The United States has not confirmed that the Islamic Resistance carried out the attack, and Kirby said Monday that Washington is still working through the intelligence. However, the attack “clearly had all the earmarks” of a group or groups supported by Kataib Hezbollah, he …