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‘Home Improvement’s Patricia Richardson Breaks Silence on Resurfaced Clip of Tim Allen Flashing Her on Set
In Pamela Anderson’s upcoming memoir, Love, Pamela, she claims that Tim Allen flashed her on the set of Home Improvement. Allen says that the incident never happened. However, that didn’t stop some from looking back on the hit 90s sitcom with a critical eye. Before long, a clip resurfaced in which Allen appeared to flash his on-screen wife played by Patricia Richardson.
A worker was crushed to death by a retractable urinal on Friday (January 27). The urinals have been installed across London's entertainment districts and are stored below ground during the day. At night, they are raised above the ground, giving people a place to use the restroom so they do not have to urinate on the streets.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have maintained a good friendship since they separated, and they do this for the well-being of the children they have in common. In addition, the ex-partner has always decided to support each other in any circumstance.
Heather Gay Is “Seeing It Through The End” With Jen Shah; Whitney Rose And Lisa Barlow Shade Jen For Her Behavior At BravoCon And On Social Media
The future of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City has never been more uncertain. Jen Shah has been sentenced to 6.5 years in federal prison for fraud without a final word to Bravo fans. In the grand scheme of things, Jen got off kind of light. I’m not a criminal justice expert by any means, […] The post Heather Gay Is “Seeing It Through The End” With Jen Shah; Whitney Rose And Lisa Barlow Shade Jen For Her Behavior At BravoCon And On Social Media appeared first on Reality Tea.
Given that she’s such a prolific collaborator, folk adventurer Meg Baird, you sense, sometimes forgets she has a solo career to uphold amid all her side projects. Furling is her first solo album since 2015’s Don’t Weigh Down the Light, and only her fourth in 16 years. Pleasingly, it’s well worth the long wait, in large part because the realisation of these songs feels more expansive than her earlier, more pared-back work, with Mellotron, synths – even drums – appearing alongside the more familiar acoustic guitar.