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WME Signs ‘Too Hot To Handle’ Star Harry Jowsey – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Reality star Harry Jowsey has signed with WME. Australian-born Jowsey made a splash as a competitor in Season 1 of Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle in 2020. Since the show premiered, he has amassed over 9 million fans across all social media platforms. In 2021, Jowsey launched the podcast, Tap In, which led him …

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Hot Mama! See ‘Teen Mom 2’ Alum Jenelle Evans’ Sexiest Bikini Photos

Bikini babe! Teen Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans has proven that she knows how to rock a bikini. Whether she’s soaking up the sun by her pool or making fun dance TikTok videos, Jenelle often spends her free… Read More >> Notice Regarding Third-Party Advertisements This is a cached database listing from another source and all content is created and …

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The New Hot Spot Weekly Summer Pool Party Launches at Wet Republic

Let’s take IT down to Paradise City! The countdown to summer is officially on. As temperatures heat up, there’s one hot spot we’ll definitely be heading to — Wet Republic at MGM Grand Las Vegas. This year, the adult-only day club is throwing a brand new, weekly pool party called Paradise City. Featuring world-renowned DJs, this …

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Spencer Pratt Trolls ‘Hot Garbage’ OG The Hills Cast, ‘Manifesting’ His Involvement in New Series

MTV has greenlit a new spinoff of “The Hills” featuring a whole new cast with an emphasis on diversity and what it’s like coming of age in modern L.A. Spencer Pratt has an idea for the upcoming new iteration of “The Hills,” and MTV might want to consider it. On Wednesday, the network announced a …

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Nasdaq falls in volatile trading as traders struggle to find their footing after another hot inflation report

Stocks dipped on Wednesday, stepping back earlier gains as investors continued to digest the latest U.S. inflation data. The Nasdaq Composite fell 2.7%, the S&P 500 slipped 1.4% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average traded down 266 points or 0.8%. Tech shares struggled on Wednesday, tempering gains for the Nasdaq. Meta Platforms and Netflix each …