SAFFRON Barker is the latest celeb to have danced her last waltz on Strictly Come Dancing. But what do we know about the social media star? Find out here... How old is Saffron Barker? Saffron is a 19-year-old YouTube star from Brighton. She shot to fame through her popular videos on the social media platform and is known for In My Day with Saffron Barker. Saffron also has her own clothing line at Primark. She joined Strictly 2019, following in the footsteps of fellow YouTuber Joe Sugg, who reached the final in 2018 with his now-girlfriend Dianne Buswell.Who is Saffron Barker dating? Saffron is currently single. She was dating famous YouTuber Jake Mitchell. After their break-up there was a lot of speculation that she was seeing fellow YouTube star Joe Weller. When did Saffron leaveStrictly Come Dancing? It was a tense night on Strictly in week ten ( November 23 and 24.)Saffron Barker and AJ Pritchard's luck ran out on the dancefloor and they were voted off. The duo were in the dance-off … [Read more...] about Who is Saffron Barker, does the Strictly star have a boyfriend and how old is she?
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Voters across the UK are heading to their polling stations. And the stars proved they are just like us on Thursday, as a legion of celebrities took to social media to share snaps as they placed their vote for the general election - with some revealing who they voted for while others remained more coy on the issue and merely used their platform to encourage their followers to vote. Leading the way were stars including Lily Allen, Maisie Williams and Jade Thirlwall, who all took to Twitter and Instagram to both share the fact that they voted. For the many not for the few: Leading the celebrity posts were Lily Allen and Maisie Williams, who proudly threw their support behind Labour by sharing snaps of a rose and a hoodie respectively As one of the stars who is most vocal about her political views, naturally Lily was keen illustrate who she was throwing her support behind as she pledged her allegiance to the Labour Party by sharing a snap of a red rose with the added caption: … [Read more...] about Voting stars take to social media to document their polling station trips with Lily Allen, Maisie Williams and Jade Thirlwall proudly pledging Labour allegiance
A student who lost a friend to suicide has said mental illness is not a 'fashionable social media trend' and urged those struggling to cling to any glimmer of hope that they can. Durham University undergraduate Amelia Melvin made the comments in a heartfelt post on Facebook that sparked an outpouring of support for people suffering from depression. The English literature student also told friends to keep checking in on each other because it 'could be the hand that saves their lives'. Durham University undergraduate Amelia Melvin made the post on social media, sparking an outpouring of support for people suffering from depression In the emotional post to a Durham University group, the first year student wrote: 'This week I lost someone important to me to suicide. 'He was one of the loveliest, funniest people and it's so hard to compute that he was here one minute and gone the next. 'I remember he always used to laugh at his pain, find the lightness in even the darkest of moments. … [Read more...] about Student who lost friend to suicide says mental illness is not a ‘fashionable social media trend’ and urges people to cling to any ‘glimmer of light that will keep your spark going’
Voters were put at risk of being duped by a fake poll and breaking the law by posting voting information from polling stations as social media was at the centre of controversy on polling day. A survey purportedly from an account called BrianeIects gave the Conservatives a one point win lead over Labour in Boris Johnson's Uxbridge & South Ruislip constituency. That came as voters risked prosecution yesterday by photographing their ballot papers in polling stations or posting information on social media about how other people cast their ballots. The news led to campaigners calling for greater guidance for people in a bid to make it easier for them to navigate social media to protect them from fake... … [Read more...] about Voters ‘duped’ by fake poll and risk breaking law as the 2019 ‘social media election’ draws to close
John Boyega issued an apology over comments he made about dealing with internet trolls and mental health, which fans believed was a reference to Kelly Marie Tran. The actor, 27, took to Twitter on Thursday to clarify an answer he gave in an interview with Variety on Wednesday, in which he claimed someone is 'weak' if they 'believe in every single thing that you read.' As the question made reference to his co-star, 30, who deleted all social media after receiving visceral racist abuse and social media harassment, fans felt he had made a sly dig at Kelly for how she handled what happened to her. Sorry: John Boyega apologised on Thursday for implying Star Wars co-star Kelly Marie Tran was 'weak' for deleting social media after being targeted by racist trolls John's comment to the publication read: 'Through social media, we get to engage, we get to have fun. But at the same time, for those who are not mentally strong, you are weak to believe in every single thing that you read. … [Read more...] about John Boyega apologises for implying Star Wars co-star Kelly Marie Tran was ‘weak’ for deleting social media after being targeted by racist trolls