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Demi Rose shows off cleavage at Beauty Awards 2017

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Published: 15:06 EST, 28 November 2017 | Updated: 17:56 EST, 28 Nove..

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By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline

Published: 15:06 EST, 28 November 2017 | Updated: 17:56 EST, 28 November 2017

They are all well-known for their sizzling curves and never fail to display their ample physiques.

So curvaceous queens Demi Rose, Lauren Goodger and Jess Shears were a force to be reckoned with on Tuesday evening as they each dared to bare in super saucy ensembles while leading the stars at the OK! Magazine Beauty Awards 2017 at the Pavilion in the Tower of London – as they joined a sea of sexy red carpet looks.

The 22-year-old rumoured ex-girlfriend of Tyga opted for out-and-out glamour in a Jessica Rabbit-style gown which displayed her eye-popping assets to perfection while the former TOWIE beauty sizzled in a sheer look and Jess opted to leave her bra at home for the affair.

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Demi was smouldering in a satin gown with a deeply plunging neckline and a sexy thigh split a she shunned the cardinal legs-or-cleavage rule in favour of pure sex appeal.

She boosted her height with staggering diamante heels while adding a quirky edge to the look with the addition of a sky-high bun which gave her chestnut tresses the perfect frame for her dewy make-up look.

Lauren joined the stunners at the event as she went extremely risque in a saucy sheer gown under which she sported a black body. As a beauty entrepreneur – thanks to her tanning and make-up empire – the former TOWIE star was keen to show off her cosmetic prowess as she ensured her make-up and hair were flawless.

Rubbing shoulders with a host of her former co-stars, Lauren was sure to stand out in the dress under which the thong body displayed the entirety of her peachy posterior.

Oh my! The 22-year-old ex-girlfriend of Tyga opted for out and out glamour in a Jessica Rabbit-style ensemble which displayed her eye-popping assets to perfection while the former TOWIE beauty sizzled in a sheer gown and Jess opted to leave her bra at home for the affair

Oh my! The 22-year-old ex-girlfriend of Tyga opted for out and out glamour in a Jessica Rabbit-style ensemble which displayed her eye-popping assets to perfection while the former TOWIE beauty sizzled in a sheer gown and Jess opted to leave her bra at home for the affair

Eye-popping: Lauren joined the stunners at the event as she went extremely risque in a saucy sheer gown under which she sported a black body. As a beauty entrepreneur - thanks to her tanning and make-up empire - the former TOWIE star was keen to show off her cosmetic prowess as she ensured her make-up and hair were flawlessEye-popping: Lauren joined the stunners at the event as she went extremely risque in a saucy sheer gown under which she sported a black body. As a beauty entrepreneur - thanks to her tanning and make-up empire - the former TOWIE star was keen to show off her cosmetic prowess as she ensured her make-up and hair were flawless

Eye-popping: Lauren joined the stunners at the event as she went extremely risque in a saucy sheer gown under which she sported a black body. As a beauty entrepreneur – thanks to her tanning and make-up empire – the former TOWIE star was keen to show off her cosmetic prowess as she ensured her make-up and hair were flawless

Sheer delight: The stunning star was looking chic in her gown which made the most of her eye-popping curves

Jess was sure not to be beaten as she opted for a similar – albeit slightly less saucy – take on the incredibly glamorous ballgown. The brunette beauty could not resist her fiance Dom Lever, who she met on the ITV2 show earlier this year, as they put on a loved-up display on the red carpet.

Flying the flag for the talent shows was Amanda Holden who opted for a Gothic all-black ensemble with a billowing skirt and extremely fine straps which made the most of her toned frame. Turning her back on her usual tried-and-tested styles, she scraped her hair into a severe ponytail with deep black eyeshadow.

Megan McKenna was sizzling in a dramatic Bardot gown with a deeply plunging neckline and a sexy split while she rocked an untied chignon with loose curls tumbling over her shoulders.

Sexy stuff: Rubbing shoulders with a host of her former co-stars, Lauren was sure to stand out in the dress under which the thong body displayed the entirety of her peachy posteriorSexy stuff: Rubbing shoulders with a host of her former co-stars, Lauren was sure to stand out in the dress under which the thong body displayed the entirety of her peachy posterior

Sexy stuff: Rubbing shoulders with a host of her former co-stars, Lauren was sure to stand out in the dress under which the thong body displayed the entirety of her peachy posterior

Posing up a storm: Jess was sure not to be beaten as she opted for a similar – albeit slightly less saucy – take on the incredibly glamorous ballgown. While Danielle's romantic fortunes have been less than fruitful, her one-time co-star is still in the throes of love

Bethrothed: The brunette beauty could not resist her fiance Dom Lever, who she met on the ITV2 show earlier this year, as they put on a loved-up display on the red carpetBethrothed: The brunette beauty could not resist her fiance Dom Lever, who she met on the ITV2 show earlier this year, as they put on a loved-up display on the red carpet

Bethrothed: The brunette beauty could not resist her fiance Dom Lever, who she met on the ITV2 show earlier this year, as they put on a loved-up display on the red carpet

A vision… in black: Flying the flag for the talent shows was Amanda Holden who opted for a Gothic all-black ensemble with a billowing skirt and extremely fine straps which made the most of her toned frame

Blonde beauty: Turning her back on her usual tried-and-tested styles, she scraped her hair into a severe ponytail with deep black eyeshadowBlonde beauty: Turning her back on her usual tried-and-tested styles, she scraped her hair into a severe ponytail with deep black eyeshadow

Blonde beauty: Turning her back on her usual tried-and-tested styles, she scraped her hair into a severe ponytail with deep black eyeshadow

Chic: Megan also rocked an untied chignon with loose curls tumbling over her shouldersChic: Megan also rocked an untied chignon with loose curls tumbling over her shoulders

Chic: Megan also rocked an untied chignon with loose curls tumbling over her shoulders

Girls Aloud star and Big Brother favourite Sarah Harding hit the red carpet in a risque grey gown which featured a raunchy sheer top and a dazzling skirt to up the glam factor to full.

Yet more Love Island stars came in the form of last year's stars Olivia Buckland and her fiance Alex Bowen who looked sensational while taking a break from moving into their first home to hit the bash. Their co-star Kady McDermott joined them at the event – as she opted for an over-the-top ball gown.

This year's winner, Amber Davies, left beau Kem Cetinay at home as she dazzled in a super scanty white mini-dress with racy sheer panels to make the most of her petite frame. Her co-star Georgia Harrison borrowed from her look although she went for a full-length version of the chic style.

Golden girl: Yet more Love Island stars came in the form of last year's stars Olivia Buckland and her fiance Alex Bowen who looked sensational while taking a break from moving into their first home to hit the bashGolden girl: Yet more Love Island stars came in the form of last year's stars Olivia Buckland and her fiance Alex Bowen who looked sensational while taking a break from moving into their first home to hit the bash

Golden girl: Yet more Love Island stars came in the form of last year's stars Olivia Buckland and her fiance Alex Bowen who looked sensational while taking a break from moving into their first home to hit the bash

Brunette beauty: Reigning Love Island champion Amber Davies ensured her hair and make-up were perfect Brunette beauty: Reigning Love Island champion Amber Davies ensured her hair and make-up were perfect 

Brunette beauty: Reigning Love Island champion Amber Davies ensured her hair and make-up were perfect

Looking as loved-up as ever, was Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville who were putting on a playful display as she sported a scanty sequinned shirt dress and he opted for a slick tuxedo.

Just hours before, it was claimed Peter Andre had been left furious after Rebekah Vardy’s disparaging comments about his manhood re-emerged following her appearance on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Yet he left his troubles behind as he hit the red carpet with his doctor wife Emily MacDonagh, where the couple looked unfazed by the headlines. The 42-year old Mysterious Girl hitmaker looked dashing in a tuxedo as he joined his stunning spouse, 28, who was cutting a chic figure in a skin-tight gown with a demure midi hemline.

Sparkling sensation: Looking as loved-up as ever, was Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville who were putting on a playful display as she sported a scanty sequinned shirt dress and he opted for a slick tuxedoSparkling sensation: Looking as loved-up as ever, was Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville who were putting on a playful display as she sported a scanty sequinned shirt dress and he opted for a slick tuxedo

Sparkling sensation: Looking as loved-up as ever, was Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville who were putting on a playful display as she sported a scanty sequinned shirt dress and he opted for a slick tuxedo

The happy couple: Peter Andre left his troubles behind as he hit the red carpet with his doctor wife Emily MacDonagh at Tuesday evening's glitzy OK! Magazine Beauty Awards 2017, where the couple looked unfazed by the headlinesThe happy couple: Peter Andre left his troubles behind as he hit the red carpet with his doctor wife Emily MacDonagh at Tuesday evening's glitzy OK! Magazine Beauty Awards 2017, where the couple looked unfazed by the headlines

The happy couple: Peter Andre left his troubles behind as he hit the red carpet with his doctor wife Emily MacDonagh at Tuesday evening's glitzy OK! Magazine Beauty Awards 2017, where the couple looked unfazed by the headlines

Sharp: The 42-year old Mysterious Girl hitmaker looked dashing in a tuxedo as he joined his stunning spouse, 28, who was cutting a chic figure in a skin-tight gown with a demure midi hemline and staggering heelsSharp: The 42-year old Mysterious Girl hitmaker looked dashing in a tuxedo as he joined his stunning spouse, 28, who was cutting a chic figure in a skin-tight gown with a demure midi hemline and staggering heels

Sharp: The 42-year old Mysterious Girl hitmaker looked dashing in a tuxedo as he joined his stunning spouse, 28, who was cutting a chic figure in a skin-tight gown with a demure midi hemline and staggering heels

A velvet dream: Slipping into her skin-tight midi, the stunning brunette smouldered as the midnight blue shade of the gown made the most of her glowing good looks

Kristina Rihanoff was looking sensational in a sizzling crimson ensemble which made the most of every inch of her dancer's physique. Her bold blonde locks were worn in Hollywood-worthy waves.

TOWIE rivals Danielle Armstrong and Yzmin Oukhellou looked equally sensational yet were undoubtedly keen to avoid one another following their long-standing beef over shared love interest James Lock.

Just hours before the event, it was claimed Danielle Sellers had split from disgraced YouTuber and I'm A Celebrity star Jack Maynard. Yet the fleeting Love Island star put her love woes behind her as she joined the star-studded attendees during which she let her body rather than love life do the talking.

Lady in red: Kristina Rihanoff was looking sensational in a sizzling crimson ensemble which made the most of every inch of her dancer's physiqueLady in red: Kristina Rihanoff was looking sensational in a sizzling crimson ensemble which made the most of every inch of her dancer's physique

Lady in red: Kristina Rihanoff was looking sensational in a sizzling crimson ensemble which made the most of every inch of her dancer's physique

Blonde bombshell: Her bold blonde locks were worn in Hollywood-worthy waves

Stunning: Courtney Green looked stunning in all-black as she flaunted her svelte frame while adding in a designer Gucci beltStunning: Courtney Green looked stunning in all-black as she flaunted her svelte frame while adding in a designer Gucci belt

Stunning: Courtney Green looked stunning in all-black as she flaunted her svelte frame while adding in a designer Gucci belt

Hot stuff: TOWIE rivals Danielle Armstrong and Yzmin Oukhellou looked equally sensational yet were undoubtedly keen to avoid one another following their long-standing beef over shared love interest James Lock

The stunner opted to go lingerie free beneath a sizzling gown with a deeply slashed side and perilously high-cut top as she left little to the imagination in the sizzling gown under which she went lingerie-free.

According to reports Jack's romance with Danielle is already over, amid claims the blogger 'didn't see his as girlfriend material'. The brief I'm A Celeb star, 23, and Danielle were said to be quietly dating over the last seven months, although this was not something Jack made common knowledge.

A source told The Sun: 'Jack and Danielle are no longer together, he said he didn't see her as girlfriend material and never introduced her to his parents. Despite her love woes, Danielle put on a brave face as she hit the red carpet alongside a host of fellow reality stars – who seemed to be in a flesh-flashing contest.

Putting herself in the forefront, the blonde beauty shed her underwear for the evening as she sashayed in the gown in which she shunned the legs or cleavage adage in favour of baring all in her sizzling ensemble.

Lost love: Just hours before the event, it was claimed she has split from disgraced YouTuber and I'm A Celebrity star Jack Maynard (pictured together in September)Lost love: Just hours before the event, it was claimed she has split from disgraced YouTuber and I'm A Celebrity star Jack Maynard (pictured together in September)

Lost love: Just hours before the event, it was claimed she has split from disgraced YouTuber and I'm A Celebrity star Jack Maynard (pictured together in September)

Last week reports surfaced claiming that axed Jack and one-time Islander Danielle had been in a secret relationship throughout, with their last sighting together being just weeks before Jack entered the jungle.

The reports came despite Jack giving the impression that he was single on the ITV reality show, from which he was removed last Tuesday for misconduct online. In pictures obtained by MailOnline, Jack and Danielle were seen on a cosy night out London's Radio Rooftop bar in September.

'Jack and Danielle have spent a lot of time together over the past seven months,' a source disclosed. 'They'd quietly attended industry events together and made no secret among pals of how close they were. Jack has been making it sound like he's single since he's been on the show but he's been saying different things.'

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Australia: Scott Morrison saga casts scrutiny on Queen’s representative

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In the past fortnight, Australia has been gripped by revelations that former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison secretly appointed himself to several additional ministries.

The move has been labelled a “power grab” by his successor as prime minister, and Mr Morrison has been scolded by many – even his own colleagues.

But the scandal has also dragged Australia’s governor-general into the fray – sparking one of the biggest controversies involving the Queen’s representative in Australia in 50 years.

So does Governor-General David Hurley have questions to answer, or is he just collateral damage?

‘Just paperwork’

Governors-general have fulfilled the practical duties as Australia’s head of state since the country’s 1901 federation.

Candidates for the role were initially chosen by the monarch but are now recommended by the Australian government.

The job is largely ceremonial – a governor-general in almost every circumstance must act on the advice of the government of the day. But conventions allow them the right to “encourage” and “warn” politicians.

Key duties include signing bills into law, issuing writs for elections, and swearing in ministers.

Mr Hurley has run into trouble on the latter. At Mr Morrison’s request, he swore the prime minister in as joint minister for health in March 2020, in case the existing minister became incapacitated by Covid.

Over the next 14 months, he also signed off Mr Morrison as an additional minister in the finance, treasury, home affairs and resources portfolios.

Mr Morrison already had ministerial powers, so Mr Hurley was basically just giving him authority over extra departments.

It’s a request the governor-general “would not have any kind of power to override or reject”, constitutional law professor Anne Twomey tells the BBC.

“This wasn’t even a meeting between the prime minister and the governor-general, it was just paperwork.”

But Mr Morrison’s appointments were not publicly announced, disclosed to the parliament, or even communicated to most of the ministers he was job-sharing with.

Australia’s solicitor-general found Mr Morrison’s actions were not illegal but had “fundamentally undermined” responsible government.

But the governor-general had done the right thing, the solicitor-general said in his advice this week.

It would have been “a clear breach” for him to refuse the prime minister, regardless of whether he knew the appointments would be kept secret, Stephen Donaghue said.

Critics push for investigation

Ultimately, Mr Hurley had to sign off on Mr Morrison’s requests, but critics say he could have counselled him against it and he could have publicised it himself.

But representatives for the governor-general say these types of appointments – giving ministers the right to administer other departments – are not unusual.

And it falls to the government of the day to decide if they should be announced to the public. They often opt not to.

Mr Hurley himself announcing the appointments would be unprecedented. He had “no reason to believe that appointments would not be communicated”, his spokesperson said.

Emeritus professor Jenny Hocking finds the suggestion Mr Hurley didn’t know the ministries had been kept secret “ridiculous”.

“The last of these bizarre, duplicated ministry appointments… were made more than a year after the first, so clearly by then the governor-general did know that they weren’t being made public,” she says.

“I don’t agree for a moment that the governor-general has a lot of things on his plate and might not have noticed.”

The historian says it’s one of the biggest controversies surrounding a governor-general since John Kerr caused a constitutional crisis by sacking Prime Minister Gough Whitlam in 1975.

Prof Hocking famously fought for transparency around that matter – waging a lengthy and costly legal battle that culminated in the release of Mr Kerr’s correspondence with the Queen.

And she says the same transparency is needed here.

The Australian public need to know whether Mr Hurley counselled the prime minister against the moves, and why he didn’t disclose them

The government has already announced an inquiry into Mr Morrison’s actions, but she wants it to look at the governor-general and his office too.

“If the inquiry is to find out what happened in order to fix what happened, it would be extremely problematic to leave out a key part of that equation.”

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull – Mr Morrison’s predecessor – has also voiced support for an inquiry.

“Something has gone seriously wrong at Government House,” he told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

“It is the passive compliance along the chain… that did undermine our constitution and our democracy… that troubles me the most. This is how tyranny gets under way.”

PM defends governor-general

Prof Twomey says the criticism of Mr Hurley is unfair – there’s was no “conspiracy” on his part to keep things secret.

“I don’t think it’s reasonable for anyone to expect that he could have guessed that the prime minister was keeping things secret from his own ministers, for example.

“Nobody really thought that was a possibility until about two weeks ago.”

Even if he had taken the unprecedented step to publicise the appointments or to reject Mr Morrison’s request, he’d have been criticised, she says.

“There’d be even more people saying ‘how outrageous!'” she says. “The role of governor-general is awkward because people are going to attack you either way.”

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has also defended Mr Hurley, saying he was just doing his job.

“I have no intention of undertaking any criticism of [him].”

A role fit for purpose?

Prof Hocking says it’s a timely moment to look at the role of the governor-general more broadly.

She points out it’s possible the Queen may have been informed about Mr Morrison’s extra ministries when Australia’s parliament and people were not.

“It does raise questions about whether this is fit for purpose, as we have for decades been a fully independent nation, but we still have… ‘the relics of colonialism’ alive and well.”

Momentum for a fresh referendum on an Australian republic has been growing and advocates have seized on the controversy.

“The idea that the Queen and her representative can be relied upon to uphold our system of government has been debunked once and for all,” the Australian Republic Movement’s Sandy Biar says.

“It’s time we had an Australian head of state, chosen by Australians and accountable to them to safeguard and uphold Australia’s constitution.”

But Prof Twomey says republicans are “clutching at straws” – under their proposals, the head of state would also have been bound to follow the prime minister’s advice.

“It wouldn’t result in any changes that would have made one iota of difference.”

 

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Australia election: PM Morrison’s security team in car crash in Tasmania

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A car carrying the Australian prime minister’s security team has crashed in Tasmania during an election campaign visit.

Four police officers were taken to hospital with “non-life threatening injuries” after the car and another vehicle collided, authorities said.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison was not in the car, but the accident prompted him to cancel the rest of his campaign events on Thursday.

The other driver involved was not hurt.

Tasmania Police said initial investigations suggested the second car had “collided with the rear of the police vehicle, while attempting to merge”. It caused the unmarked security vehicle to roll off the road.

The two Tasmania Police officers and two Australian Federal Police officers were conscious when taken to hospital for medical assessment, the prime minister’s office said.

“Family members of the officers have been contacted and are being kept informed of their condition,” a statement said.

“The PM is always extremely grateful for the protection provided by his security team and extends his best wishes for their recovery and to their families.”

Australians go to the polls on 21 May. Mr Morrison – prime minister since 2018 – is hoping to win his conservative coalition’s fourth term in office.

Polls suggest the opposition Labor Party, led by Anthony Albanese, is favoured to win. However, Mr Morrison defied similar polling to claim victory at the last election in 2019.

Mr Morrison’s Liberal-National coalition holds 76 seats in the House of Representatives – the minimum needed to retain power.

Political observers say the cost of living, climate change, trust in political leaders, and national security will be among key issues in the campaign.

In recent weeks, the prime minister has faced accusations of being a bully and once sabotaging a rival’s career by suggesting the man’s Lebanese heritage made him less electable. Mr Morrison has denied the allegations.

Mr Albanese stumbled into his own controversy this week when he failed to recall the nation’s unemployment or interest rates.

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Sydney airport warns delays could last weeks on third day of travel chaos

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Long queues at Sydney airport’s domestic terminals have continued for a third day, with some passengers missing international connections, as the airport warns delays resulting from a surge in travellers and a shortfall in security staff could continue for weeks.

Chaotic scenes were reported in the departure halls as early as 4.30am on Saturday, with some frustrated travellers, many of whom heeded the pleas of airport chiefs to arrive at least two hours before their domestic flight was due to take off, claiming only one security line was operating.

While the queues that formed early on Saturday are understood to have cleared later in the morning, the airport apologised to affected travellers.

“Traffic numbers are picking up and the close contact rules are making it hard to fill shifts and staff the airport. We appreciate your patience,” Sydney airport said on its Twitter account.

A wave of families travelling as the term two school holidays begin this weekend, combined with close contact rules that are understood to be taking out about 20% of security shifts in any given day, are driving the problem.

Certis, the company that Sydney airport contracts for its security operations, is desperately trying to recruit personnel, while the airport has reallocated back office, IT and retail workers to the departure hall to comb queues so they can prioritise passengers at risk of missing their flight.

“We are working around the clock to resolve these issues and have teams in the terminals bringing passengers forward in order of priority,” a Sydney airport spokesperson said.

He added that the airport is “anticipating it will [be] busy right through the school holiday period and peak over the Easter and Anzac Day weekends, in some cases at 90% of pre-Covid passenger levels”.

“We’re deeply grateful to passengers for their ongoing patience and we’re sorry to everyone who has been inconvenienced,” the spokesperson said. “We would also like to thank passengers for getting to the airport early and treating staff and each other with kindness and respect.”

The Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce was forced to clarify comments he made on Friday that passengers were “not match fit” and that those forgetting to remove laptops and aerosols from their bags at the security check contributing to the delays.

“Just to be clear, I’m not ‘blaming’ passengers,” Joyce said. “Of course it’s not their fault,” he said.

Qantas shed thousands of staff during the pandemic, and outsourced ground crews in a decision that was challenged in court.

On Saturday, Qantas also apologised to a Melbourne family left stranded in Sydney, after domestic flight delays caused them to miss an international trip.

Javiera Martinez, her partner Daniel Capurro and their three children were supposed to be flying to Chile on Friday to visit relatives they had not seen in three years.

But after their 8am Qantas flight from Melbourne was delayed by half an hour, baggage handling and airport transfer delays in Sydney meant they couldn’t make their 11.30am LATAM Airlines flight to Santiago.

Martinez said the airline’s procedures at the airport were chaotic.

“We think Qantas didn’t behave appropriately. I got berated by the person at the counter – they never apologised, they never assumed any responsibility at all,” she said. “It was a rude conversation. We have been mistreated badly I would say.”

The PCR tests they need to travel have now expired and they will have to take them again as they wait for seats on the next flight to Santiago from Sunday.

The airline has apologised and paid for a night’s accommodation in Sydney.

“We sincerely apologise that the family missed their connecting flight on another airline due to delays moving through Sydney airport on Friday,” a Qantas spokesperson said.

The family is among many affected by hold ups amid the busiest travel period in two years, with Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane airports warning passengers to arrive two hours before domestic flights.

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