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Sunny Leone voltou a posar nua . Este é o seu quinto ensaio sem roupa . A gata dessa vez não está posando nua escondida de ninguém . “O noivado terminou . Ele me traiu com a minha amiga . Estou solteira novamente . Estou livre para fazer o que quiser . Posar NUA sem nenhum medo .” E o emprego de secretária ? “Fui promovida a assistente . Meu salário dobrou”. Então você não posou nua por dinheiro ?  “Não”.  O quê fez você aceitar posar nua dessa vez ? “Eu quero provar que a vida de solteira tem as suas vantagens . Uma delas é tirar a roupa na frente das câmeras sem medo.” Há quanto você está ‘livre’ ? “Dois meses. E como é voltar à vida de mulher solteira ? “Eu ainda estou me acostumando com isso . Essa liberdade me assusta um pouco . Semana passada eu fui ao cinema com a minha irmã mais nova e o cunhado dela me olhava de um jeito que me deixou constrangida . Rolou uma paquera . Isso me assustou um pouco . Mas os elogios dele me encabularam e elevaram a minha autoestima.” Está pintando um novo amor ? “Calma! Vou só um flerte . Eu ainda estou solteira. ” CLIQUE AQUI para visualizar o ensaio completo

Australia coach apologises for sexist jibe

Australia coach Holger Osieck has apologized for a sexist jibe that “women should shut up in public”, made after his team’s World Cup qualifying win over Jordan, saying it was off the record and not said seriously.

“I got information it created waves. That was not the intent. To everyone offended, I sincerely apologize,” the German-born coach told a media conference Wednesday.

Osieck was taking his seat at a press conference following Australia’s 4-0 win over Jordan on Tuesday when he jokingly accused a Football Australia official of ordering him around. Osieck then quoted a saying in German, before translating it as “women should shut up in public. I say it to my wife at home, it is a private one, OK.”

Looking at the waiting media he added: “And you record that one as well? I am going to be the darling of all Australian wives.”

Osieck looked to downplay the remarks Wednesday.

“It was off the record and … a complete misunderstanding,” he said “It was more meant as a joke. There was no seriousness in it.

“If my wife knows I’ll probably be in big trouble when I get home.”

Osieck and the Australia team now travel to Sydney for Tuesday’s crucial qualifier against Iraq.

Australia is in second place in Group B of Asian qualifying behind already-qualified Japan. Australia must beat Iraq to be assured of advancing directly to the 2014 World Cup, while a draw will leave it relying upon the result of the Oman-Jordan match the same day.

The top two teams in each group qualify, and the third-placed teams advance to a playoff.

-AP

The New Zealand Herald – 12 June 2013

Kiwis move in for kill

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - JUNE 08:  Stuart Broad of England celebrates dismissing David Warner of Australia during the ICC Champions Trophy group A match between England and Australia at Edgbaston on June 8, 2013 in Birmingham, England.  (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Early blow: England paceman Stuart Broad celebrates the wicket of David Warner. Photo: Getty Images

Australian captain Michael Clarke has been ruled out of Australia’s second Champions Trophy pool game against New Zealand in Birmingham on Wednesday (Melbourne time) as the Kiwis light the fuse for a fiery trans-Tasman clash, confident they can bully a vulnerable Australia into submission at Edgbaston.

Clarke is still in London receiving treatment for his chronic back problem, which has flared up again. The skipper is highly unlikely to play in the Champions Trophy as Australia fights to get him right for the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge on July 10.

Word out of the Australian camp is that progress is slow for Clarke.

The in-form Black Caps are sensing a chance to reverse their historic role as cricket underdogs and pledged to tighten the screws even more on Australia’s floundering batsmen ahead of the Ashes.

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Victory for New Zealand would propel it into the Champions Trophy semi-finals and, most likely, send Australia – the defending titleholder – crashing out of the competition.

Veteran fast bowler Kyle Mills said the target would be Australia’s top-order batsmen.

”All their top order will be feeling the heat a little bit to not only win the game but also hold their spot in the team,” he said.

”If we can take advantage of that I’m sure it will bode well for us in those pressure situations.”

Mills described Australian opener David Warner as a ”rocks or diamonds” player and said middle-order man Adam Voges would be targeted by quicks Tim Southee and Mitchell McClenaghan as well as himself.

And he believes Shane Watson is the wall between victory and defeat for New Zealand.

”The last time I played Australia was in the last Champions Trophy final [in 2009]. Watson got a hundred … and he’s the key wicket,” Mills said.

”Warner is either going to … to kill you or we can get him early. Voges is one of those guys who has been in and out of the side a lot. Hopefully we can put some pressure on those guys in the middle and expose them a little bit.”

New Zealand is sweating on injury-plagued warrior Daniel Vettori to battle on with an Achilles problem and take advantage of Australia’s poor record against spin.

”They’re a bit short on spinners and notoriously they don’t really play spin that well,” he said.

”Obviously Dan is in a hell of a lot of pain. Watching him bowl you can tell he’s just a class above anyone else going around really and he’s crucial for us in our line-up.”

Mills overtook Muthiah Muralidaran as the leading wicket-taker in the history of the Champions Trophy in New Zealand’s thrilling one-wicket pool victory over Sri Lanka on Sunday.

The Black Caps are fresh from beating England in a one-day international series before the tournament, but Mills said beating Australia would be their most satisfying result.

”I was brought up on taking on the Aussies,” he said.

”I’m a firm believer that cricket is a big momentum sport.

”Hopefully we can continue this winning feeling we have in the group.”

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The Sydney Morning Herald – June , 12 , 2013

Australia v New Zealand match abandoned

 

Australia and New Zealand’s Champions Trophy match in Edgbaston has been abandoned, amid David Warner’s off-field indiscretions.

Amid a storm surrounding David Warner’s future in international cricket, a rained out match against New Zealand in Birmingham has put Australia’s hopes of a Champions Trophy title defence on life support.

Australia’s Ashes outlook is looking just as bleak.

Wednesday’s match was abandoned with New Zealand 2-51 after 15 overs, chasing Australia’s total of 6-243.

A minimum of 20 overs an innings need to be completed to constitute a match, meaning the points were shared in the Pool A clash.

Australia can still make the semi-finals, but their destiny is now mostly out of their hands.

Their best chance of progressing is if England smash Sri Lanka on Thursday and also beat New Zealand in their final group match on Sunday.

That scenario would mean England would progress with three wins and give Australia a chance to edge past New Zealand into second place in the pool with a final win over Sri Lanka.

Australia would need to get their run rate up to a sufficient level to pip the Black Caps.

Opening batsman Warner was ruled out of the crucial match just hours before the start of play, after it emerged he’d been involved in an unprovoked physical attack on England batsman Joe Root at Australian-themed Birmingham nightclub The Walkabout.

Alcohol was a factor.

Root was unhurt and Warner has since apologised to the man he was on course to face in the Ashes.

However, Warner’s chances of playing in the Ashes are now up in the air with Cricket Australia to convene, most likely in the next 24 hours, to decide whether he should be sent home.

There is mounting pressure for Warner to be sent packing, as it emerged he’d also been out late drinking two nights after the incident with Root.

It’s the second time in three weeks he’s faced disciplinary action, after he was fined by CA for abusing two cricket journalists on twitter.

Warner was still at the ground on Wednesday, and carried the drinks.

Australian captain George Bailey and middle order batsman Adam Voges led the way for his under-siege team, combining for a 77-run fourth wicket stand.

Bailey was eventually bowled in embarrassing fashion around the legs by New Zealand spinner Nathan McCullum for 55, but looked in great touch during his time in the middle.

Voges kept the scoreboard ticking over throughout his knock of 71 from 76 balls.

Then allrounder Glenn Maxwell, who only came into the side when Warner was ruled out, made a valuable 29 not out from 22 balls to see Australia to a defendable total on a slow wicket.

Fast bowler Clint McKay then got Australia off to a great start, knocking over Black Caps openers Martin Guptill and Luke Ronchi to have New Zealand reeling at 2-26 in the eighth.

Kane Williamson (18no) and Ross Taylor (9no) saw New Zealand past 50 before heavy rain descended on Edgbaston.

 

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Antenado: “Sangue Bom” é a melhor produção da Globo atualmente

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Já era para eu ter escrito sobre “Sangue Bom” faz tempo. Atualmente, não há novela no país com texto mais refinado e direção mais competente. A história é original e traz uma importante questão: até onde você tem que ir para conquistar fama e dinheiro? E ninguém melhor que os talentosos Maria Adelaide Amaral e Vincent Villari para isso.

Vincent, para quem não sabe, era o principal responsável pelo roteiro de Jaqueline, personagem de Claudia Raia que fez muito sucesso em “Ti Ti Ti”. Já Maria Adelaide dispensa comentários e maiores apresentações.

Os dois juntos formam uma dupla quase perfeita, com um texto cheio de nuances e emoções, carregado com bom humor, típico de Maria e do próprio Villari. A novela é alegre, pra cima e com excelentes ganchos, faz o telespectador querer acompanhar a história dia após dia. Outra coisa que tem ajudado muito o folhetim é o carisma dos seis protagonistas. Marco Pigossi, Fernanda Vasconcellos, Sophie Charlotte, Jayme Matarazzo, Humberto Carrão e, principalmente, Isabelle Drummond, estão muito bem.

Aliás, Isabelle, pra mim, é o grande destaque de “Sangue Bom”. A sua personagem, Giane, provoca choros e risadas ao mesmo tempo. A atriz criou um tipo raro na TV e que, com certeza, será lembrado por bastante tempo. A artista tem talento, beleza e carisma, além de ser nova, podendo crescer muito na carreira. Dos seis, o que está mais irregular é Humberto Carrão, que nunca demonstrou ser um grande ator, mas não está mal, longe disso.

Outros destaques são Giulia Gam, impecável como Bárbara Ellen, e Marisa Orth como Damaris, que faz uma crítica muito pertinente sobre o fanatismo religioso que, espero, leve uma discussão mais profunda, já que o tema é delicado. Também destaco aqui a atuação do jovem Josafá Filho, o Felipinho, que tem me impressionado. Esse menino vai longe.

Espero ter resumindo bem o que acho de “Sangue Bom”. É uma novela sensacional, repleta de qualidades e com praticamente nenhum defeito. Confesso que eu não entendo como ela ainda não deslanchou no Ibope, sendo pouco superior a sua antecessora, “Guerra dos Sexos”.

Eu já esperava que Maria Adelaide Amaral e Vincent Villari iriam apresentar algo de extrema qualidade, mas não sabia que vinha algo tão excelente.
Gabriel Vaquer escreve sobre mídia e televisão há vários anos. Além do “Antenado”, é responsável pelo “Documento NaTelinha”. Converse com ele. Twitter: @bielvaquer

Carla Vilhena não descarta ideia de ter programa próprio na Globo

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Após deixar o comando do “Bom Dia São Paulo” e estrear como repórter do “Fantástico”, Carla Vilhena está animada.

Ela não descarta a possibilidade de um dia ter um programa próprio na Globo, seguindo o exemplo de Fátima Bernardes.

“Agora, estou entrando em um programa totalmente novo. Mas tudo é possível, quem sabe?”, disse ela em entrevista ao jornal “O Dia”.

Como acordava muito cedo para apresentar todos os dias o “Bom Dia SP”, Carla agora pode dormir um pouco mais e ter mais tempo para o marido, o advogado Carlos Monnerat. “Agora posso curtir a noite com meu marido. A gente pode sair mais”, comemora.

Agora no “Fantástico”, a jornalista ainda diz que pode fazer reportagens mais variadas e entrevistas. “O ‘Fantástico’ abre todas as possibilidades. Tudo o que você quiser fazer cabe nele, porque tem uma parte de jornalismo, entretenimento, novidades. Não tem restrições de assuntos e formatos”, explica.

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Grécia fecha emissoras de TV e rádio estatais; quase 3 mil são demitidos

Olga Psaridou, on screen for ERT

Olga Psaridou fez o anúncio que a emissora sairia do ar às 00h00

A fim de fortalecer as finanças do país e alimentar os cofres públicos, a Grécia anunciou nesta terça-feira (11) o fim de suas emissoras estatais de televisão e rádio, resultando em quase 3 mil demitidos.

Os canais de televisão da Grécia, que no total são três, além das emissoras de rádio, custam cerca de 300 milhões de euros por ano aos cofres públicos.

“Hoje é terça-feira, 11 de junho, e é um dia difícil. Vamos transmitir o que parece ser o nosso último boletim de notícias com a compostura, a consistência e o profissionalismo com que estamos acostumados”, disse a apresentadora do canal ERT, que parou de funcionar à meia-noite.

Milhares de pessoas se reuniram na porta da emissora exigindo que a ERT não fechasse as portas. A polícia foi chamada para controlar a manifestação.

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