Now that things are opening up again, we're all starting to plan for some future holidays. What better time to relive some of the weirdest and downright most ridiculous hotel fails that have ever been captured on camera? It's easy for us to laugh knowing that we're not the ones staying in them! Hotels are meant to bring to mind a safe haven or a relaxing home away from home, where you don't have to deal with the usual home stresses. But these ridiculous hotel snaps captured by real guests prove that our trusted temporary lodgings might not be all they've cracked up to be.
Actresses get pregnant all the time, even when they're contractually obliged to fulfill a movie or TV role. And studios are always coming up with creative ways to deal with one of the main character's growing baby belly. But as these screen still prove, they don't always do a great job of it. Some of the best-known actresses have managed to keep their pregnancy a secret in our favorite films and shows. But at other times, it's been painfully obvious that they're with-child. From hiding behind random objects to relying on clever costumes, here's how they've tried to hide mommy tummies.
We don't know about you, but we're a bit tired of seeing the Hollywood A-listers looking so polished and perfect. After all, they're people too - and thanks to the hordes of paparazzi, their more "human" moments are captured. Check out the funniest slips-ups happening at the most exclusive events in town. It was always going to catch up on them eventually - but don't take our word for it. Take a look at the red carpet mishaps that the papers miss out.
2020 has been a rollercoaster of year, leaving many of us adjusting to a life in lockdown. But the Duchess of Cambridge is proving to be just as productive as ever. It's highly unlikely to be all for nothing, which is why we've taken a step back to look at all the ways in which Kate Middleton has been prepping herself for her future role as a queen. Lets look at all the evidence suggesting that she's got an even bigger role in the royal family coming up.
Swedish flat-pack furniture company IKEA has been a household staple for years - literally. And they appear to be on the forefront of creativity and innovation, after completing their tiny home project. You'll have to be pretty minimalist to live here, but you could do it in comfort and style. Just make sure to keep the place tidy because if there's a mess, you can't hide it. The home would come completely prebuilt - a departure from IKEA's previous DIY philosophy. And for just under $50,000, you'll be able to pick up your very own.
Scott Nash from Maryland was keen to put an end to consumerism, encouraging the population to throw away endless amounts of food each year. To do this the brave Scott Nash set himself the challenge of eating food that had gone past its sell-by date. Every single day. For an entire year.
Have you been meaning to walk your dog today, but are struggling to find the time? Saratoga Dog Walkers are here for you. This program is set up to get your canine companions strolling alongside several other pups, when you don’t have time to yourself. We all know the importance of keeping your four-legged friends regularly exercised, so this group may just be saving your dog’s life.
Move over Mickey D’s, it would seem there’s a new big name in the fast food industry, and it’s come to steal your title. As Irish burger chain Supermac’s reclaims the “Mac” trademark, we investigate whether this means the future of McDonald’s is in jeopardy.
When Harry Met Sally is one of the most iconic romantic comedies of the 1980s. This love story taught us a thing or two about men and women maintaining a friendship without any expectations. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal come together to celebrate the film's 30 year debut. Popular Everything takes a look at why this monumental movie makes us believe in true love.
When billionaire Ken Griffin paid $238million dollars for a penthouse suite in 2019, he had made the largest ever purchase for a home in the United States. The apartment (if you can still call it that) is located in a residential skyscraper that sits right beside New York City's Central Park. But Ken's particular lot sits right above everyone else, looking down into the park from 950 feet. It's one of the tallest buildings in the city, making it highly exclusive and sought after. Basically, it's like living in the ultimate vacation resort.