She is well known for her superstar pout. And Lisa Rinna had it on full display again on Friday as she attended the opening night of 2019 BravoCon at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York. The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills star, 56, showed off her physique in a figure-hugging bright yellow midi dress for the glam event. Show it off: Reality star Lisa Rinna, 56, wowed in yellow as she attending opening night of 2019 BravoCon at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York Lisa's busty frame was on display in outfit, which also gave a glimpse of her lithe pins. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Denise Richards turns up the heat in a thigh-grazing red... Andy Cohen assembles a bevy of Bravo stars for a massive... Real Housewives Of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice poses with... EXCLUSIVE: Kameron Westcott hits back at Stephanie Hollman... Share this article Share She added to her look with a pair of enormous loop earrings, which helped to emphasise her … [Read more...] about Lisa Rinna, 56, wows in a bright yellow midi dress and glittering heels at the opening night of 2019 BravoCon in New York
In Northern Ireland, there are now many fine young and emerging writers whose attentions have turned away from the subject of the Troubles: the poet Stephen Sexton, recent winner of a Forward prize; or Wendy Erskine, whose short-story collection Sweet Home is all about Belfast, but not that Belfast. Others, meanwhile, are finding new ways of looking back at recent history, including Anna Burns with her Booker-winning Milkman and Michael Hughes with his modern take on the Iliad, Country. Henry McDonald’s novel Two Souls provides another new and surprising perspective. McDonald is a journalist who has been writing about Northern Ireland for the Guardian and the Observer for 30 years or more. His previous books include Martin McGuinness: A Life Remembered (2017) and a history of the UVF: basically, he has covered all the territory. Originally from the Markets area of Belfast – and thus familiar with the effect of the Troubles on the city’s working-class communities, as … [Read more...] about Two Souls by Henry McDonald review – coming of age in the Troubles
The cover photograph on this new George Eliot biography tells you immediately that something is up. Virtually every book about the novelist in modern times has used one particular image, a highly flattering portrait done by a man with whom Eliot was half in love. In it the young woman has unaccountably become blonde, her nose has shrunk and she has acquired a dear little chin. Nancy Henry's new biography, by contrast, announces its subject with a photograph of Eliot at the age of 40, about the time she published her first novel, Adam Bede. Here her witch's nose is offset by a warrior's jaw. A strained half smile reveals several lost teeth, while the lank brown hair neither lies smoothly nor curls becomingly. Henry's Eliot is not what you'd call a looker. It is a bold start to what is clearly intended as a different kind of biography. Henry bracingly sets about casting a forensic eye over the way in which 37 of Eliot's previous life-writers have constructed the Victorian novelist by … [Read more...] about The Life of George Eliot by Nancy Henry – review
by Emily Mee, news reporterThe Sunday Times has published its annual rich list, which details the 1,000 wealthiest people in the UK.Here are the big names.The UK's richest1. Sri and Gopi Hinduja and family - £22bn Brothers Sri, 83, and Gopi, 79, are based in London but their family originated from India. Along with brothers Prakash and Ashok, who live in Geneva and Mumbai, they control more than 50 companies, with a total turnover of nearly £40bn in 2018. Advertisement 2. David and Simon Reuben - £18.7bn The Mumbai-born brothers came to the UK in the 1950s, making their fortunes in carpets, property and metal, and snapped up £1bn worth of property in London last year. More from UK Two injured after flames 'crawled up cladding' at student flats Prince Andrew says he was 'too honourable' in his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier ready for deployment - with 66,000 sausages on board D-Day veteran John Jenkins … [Read more...] about Who made the Sunday Times Rich List this year?
His country is plagued by hyperinflation, chronic shortages of food and medicine, soaring murder rates and one of the most severe migration crises in recent Latin American history. But on Sunday, the Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, is hoping voters will hand him a renewed six-year mandate to lead a once-wealthy South American country that experts and foes say he has helped to destroy. “I’m ready for the battle, ready to make history,” the 55-year-old politician bellowed at his final campaign rally in Caracas on Thursday, where he was flanked by the Argentinian football star Diego Maradona and wore a pickle-coloured shirt emblazoned with the image of Hugo Chávez. “It will be a grand victory …. that will give us a better Venezuela!” Maduro insisted. Few question the first part of that claim. Venezuela’s mainstream opposition – whose two most prominent figures, Leopoldo López and Henrique Capriles, are banned from … [Read more...] about Venezuela election: Maduro ‘ready for battle’ as voters vow to flee if he wins