Rita Ora goes commando in the most revealing red carpet dress ever

Knowing her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris was going to make his debut with his new lady Taylor Swift at the Billboard Awards on Sunday night, Rita Ora decided she needed to do something to garner more attention.

And in typical Ora style, the blonde bombshell decided to flash as much flesh as humanly possible.

9RIP hitmaker Reetz arrived on the red carpet baring her legs, tummy, back, boobs and arms in the raunchiest red carpet dress we’ve seen in ages.



Charlotte Church responds after Katie Hopkins calls her a fat, Welsh Russell Brand


The feud between Katie Hopkins and Charlotte Church has exploded into life again – with Hopkins taking to her newspaper column to declare that she is up for Church’s recent offer of a boxing match.

But, while Hopkins went on to unleash an abusive rant against Church, the Welsh singer, who was attending the opening of a children’s hospital when made aware of Hopkins’ comments, doesn’t want to give the controversial personality the time of day.

When she was asked if she would do the boxing match with Hopkins as a charity fundraiser, Church coolly responded with: ‘I don’t want to say anything to take away from this incredible place.’

Hopkins, as expected, was far less mature, and went on to get personal about Church, stating that she is a ‘fat, Welsh Russell Brand.’

She wrote in The Sun: ‘Chubster Charlotte Church has been on my case this week. She even took to a loudspeaker to tell other Welsh people how mad she was, while chugging a Greggs’ steak slice side-ways in her rage – a fat, Welsh, Russell Brand.’

Her nastiness didn’t stop there. She added: ‘While you were eating sausage rolls in between songs, I was graduating from Sandhurst and running 800m for the Army. Despite being a different weight division, and the fact my arms dislocate when I sneeze, courtesy of my epilepsy, I still reckon I could knock that gurn off your face.’

PICTURED: Scene of devastation as train hits tractor near Knaresborough

An investigation is underway today after a train hit a tractor near Knaresborough yesterday evening.

The tractor driver was taken to hospital with what was described as ‘very minor injuries’. He was one of three people taken to hospital.


The collision happened on the A59 near Flaxby at around 6.30pm yesterday evening.

Around 60 people on the train, which was travelling between Leeds and York, were unhurt after the crash. The road was closed, but then reopened and most of the passengers were taken by coach to York and other stations.


WARNING: Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, and Morrisons recall children’s meals over fears they contain metal shards


Over 45 different types of ready meals have been recalled by Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, and Morrisons

The recall comes after the UK’s Food Standards Agency issued a warning about a batch of potatoes, which could potentially contain metal shreds after a piece of machinery broke on the production line.

FSA Chief Operating Officer Jason Feeney said: “The FSA is advising anyone who bought these products not to eat them and return them to the shop where they were purchased.

“The pieces of metal which may be present are potentially harmful, so people should check whether they have bought any of the products.”

Whilst Waitrose and Morrisons were both forced to recall one product each, it has been confirmed by Sainsbury’s that over 40 of their ready meals could potentially be contaminated.

The recalled ready meals include both adult and children’s portions, including the ‘by Sainsbury’s’ range of Kids’ Sausage & Mash and a Kids’ Fish Pie.

If you have bought one of these products, you are advised to return it to your nearest Sainsbury’s store, where you will receive a full refund.

by Sainsbury’s Classic Liver & Bacon with Mash 450g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Bangers & Mash 450g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Braised Steak & Mash 450g

by Sainsbury’s Rumbledethumps 450g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Chicken White Wine 450g

by Sainsbury’s Vegetarian Cottage Pie 400g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Sausage & Mash Yorkshire 430g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Cottage Pie 450g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Cottage Pie 900g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Shepherd’s Pie 450g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Shepherd’s Pie 900g

by Sainsbury’s Basics Salmon Cottage Pie 300g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Cumberland Fish Pie 450g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Cod in Parsley Sauce 420g

by Sainsbury’s Kids’ Sausage & Mash 250g

by Sainsbury’s Good Pulled Pork 380g

by Sainsbury’s Kids’ Fish Pie 300g

Taste The Difference Cottage Pie 400g

Taste The Difference Luxury Shepherd’s Pie 400g

Taste The Difference Steak au Poivre 450g

Taste the Difference Cottage Pie 800g

Taste The Difference Vegetable & Berry Lentil Pie 400g

Taste The Difference Fish Pie 400g

Taste The Difference Fish Pie 800g

Basics Fish Pie 300g

Basics Cottage Pie 300g

Basics Shepherd’s Pie 300g

Basics Liver & Mash 300g

Basics Sausage & Mash 300g

Basics Family Cottage Pie 1.5kg

Basics Cottage Pie 1.5kg

Café JS Cottage Pie 340g

Café Children’s Sausage & Mash 250g x 4

Be Good To Yourself Cottage Pie 450g

Be Good To Yourself Shepherd’s Pie 450g

Be Good To Yourself Chicken & Mushroom Pie 400g

Be Good To Yourself Braised Beef & Mash 400g

Be Good To Yourself Fish Pie 450g

Be Good To Yourself Chicken Dinner 350g

Be Good To Yourself Sausage & Root Veg Mash 400g

Be Good To Yourself Nutritionally Balanced Ham Hock & Sweet Potato Mash 400g

Be Good To Yourself Nutritionally Balanced Minced Beef Casserole 400g

by Sainsbury’s Classic Cumberland Pie 450g

For Waitrose and Morrisons shoppers, it has also been advised that you return Waitrose Creamy Golden Smoked Haddock in Cheese Sauce, and Morrisons Carrot & Swede Mash, to your nearest store for a full refund.

A spokesperson for Sainsbury’s said: “We have been made aware that a very small piece of metal has been discovered in a single pack of our Be Good To Yourself Fish Pie.

“As a precautionary measure and in the interest of customer safety, we are recalling all potato-containing ready meal lines produced by the supplier who makes this product.”

Meanwhile a spokesperson from Waitrose added: “The safety of our products is of paramount important to us and so as a precaution we have withdrawn three date codes and we apologise to our customers for any inconvenience caused.”

A shocking Instagram photo of a baby smoking a cigarette has gone viral leading to accusations of child abuse

An 18-year-old woman, going under the name lapelirrojah_delbarriooh, has been reported to the police after she shared a photo of a baby ‘smoking’ a cigarette on Instagram.

The child’s lips can be seen pursed around the cigarette – and appears to be inhaling, judging by the appearance of the lit end of the cigarette.

Her relationship with the child remains unclear, but the accompanying caption reads: “Already smoking at one year old, love you little one, you’re my f****** life.”

The picture has attracted over 2,000 likes and 36,000 comments since it was uploaded in January – but, despite that, it has been slammed by many users on the social network.

One person wrote angrily: “You’re the worst of life itself!”

Another added: “It incredible that so many people who are trying for a baby will give up smoking because is poison for a baby.

“This girl is growing and still has its weak lungs, for me this is like making her drink poison.”

Health experts in Spain, meanwhile, have attacked the woman for even thinking to hold the cigarette to the infant’s mouth.


Lorry carrying more £1 MILLION in cash spills load in road

Officers carrying powerful rifles were surrounded vehicle after crates carrying coins littered the road in Swindon, Wiltshire


Armed cops were forced to protect a crash site today after a lorry believed to be carrying more than £1 MILLION in cash spilled its load.

Officers carrying powerful rifles surrounded the Loomis vehicle after crates carrying coins littered the road in Swindon, Wiltshire.

Passers-by and fellow motorists claimed to have seen the lorry brake hard as it approached a roundabout in Mead Way at around 1.30pm.

As it did this, trollies laden with coins believed to be worth thousands crashed through the front of its trailer.


Wiltshire Police were called to the crash and armed officers monitored the precious load while officers diverted traffic today.

Sergeant Gemma Vinton, among the first on the scene, said: “At the moment we are assisting with traffic control and trying to get to the bottom of what’s happened.

“My understanding is no other vehicles have been involved in the incident.

“I am expecting there to be traffic disruption for the next hour to hour-and-a-half. Obviously we will remain here whilst the vehicle is recovered.


14 year old boy subjected to ‘violent attack’ in IKEA store


Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to trace after a “violent attack” on a 14-year-old schoolboy at an IKEA store in Coventry.

The man was captured on CCTV as he left the store on Croft Road at around 12.40pm on Saturday 7 March.

The man is described by police as white, in his mid 20s, 6ft tall, of medium athletic build, with short gingery hair and a short beard.

West Midlands Police said the 14-year-old boy was punched four times and knocked to the floor, causing swelling and bruising to his face and nose.

It appears the suspect and the 14-year-old became involved in an argument which resulted in the lad being assaulted.

This was nasty attack and I am appealing for anyone who was in the store at the time or anyone who knows who the suspect is to contact police on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 55 111.

– DC Keith Clarkson, Coventry’s violence team

BREAKING: The Duchess of Cambridge is in labour and has gone into hospital.


The Duchess of Cambridge was in labour today in the delivery suite of a London hospital, the London Evening Standard can confirm.

Prince William is understood to be at her side.

Kate, was driven by car from her Kensington Palace home at 6am to the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Paddington by her Royal Protection Officers.

It is understood the Duchess, who gave birth to Prince George in the same hospital wing in July 2013, is doing well and everything is “progressing normally.”

What time does Mayweather vs Pacquiao start on Saturday? What you need to know about the fight

One of the biggest events in sporting history takes place this weekend as two of the most highly-regarded boxers on the planet meet after five years of negotiations


The biggest fight in the history of boxing takes place this Saturday as Manny Pacquiao bids to be the first man ever to beat Floyd Mayweather.

The pair meet in Las Vegas for the scrap which has been billed as the ‘richest fight in history’, which is expected to earn the two fighters a combined $300million.

Tickets were sold out within a minute of going on public sale, with some companies then offering tickets for as much as £94,000 just moments after they had all been released.

But when does the fight take place? Is it an all-nighter or an early wake-up call? And who is on the undercard?

Here is everything you need to know about the fight…

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The doors for the arena will open for spectators to make their way in at 2pm local time, with the first fight taking place an hour later.

The main event, Mayweather vs Pacquiao, is currently listed for an 8pm local time start, but as always with these events, it could indeed be pushed later if the majority of fights on the undercard go the distance.

With regards to British time, the main event is set for a 4am start. Plenty of coffee and energy drinks at the ready if you are staying right through!

4 month old baby pulled alive from rubble after 22 hours trapped in wreckage

Rescuers had previously scoured the area but returned after hearing the baby boy’s cries

Covered in dust and curled up in a foetal position, a baby is pulled from the wreckage of the Nepal earthquake.

Among the despair of the disaster which has claimed at least 5,000 lives, rescuers were given this moment of hope to savour.

The four-month-old boy was pulled out alive, despite spending more than 22 hours trapped beneath the rubble.

Military search teams had already scoured the area and moved on.

But they returned after hearing a faint cry and began the process of carefully freeing the infant, local paper Kathmandu Today reports.

The boy was named locally as Sonit Awal and reported to be in stable condition.