first_imgJuventus boss Massimiliano Allegri will field a star-studded team in hopes of topping Group H.Juventus will play Young Boys on Wednesday and hope to clinch the top spot of their group. Asked if Cristiano Ronaldo would have been rested if the top spot was already secured, Allegri told reporters: “For sure, just like many others,” as quoted by Goal.“Chiellini definitely does not play due to the synthetic pitch. Alex Sandro is almost back, but to immediately put him on the synthetic pitch seemed risky. He will be ready for Saturday.“Chiellini I will leave to rest because on the plastic he can have problems. I also told him not to walk too much. In any case, there will be no excuses and a victory must be brought home.Franck Ribery, FiorentinaFiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“Juve is among the big clubs and avoiding the other first-place sides is very important. There are teams like Real, Barcelona, ​​City and maybe Paris Saint-Germain. Also, I hope all the Italian teams pass to the next stage.“Finishing top does not mean that we will face an easy team in the last 16, but certainly softer.”Allegri previously said that a victory against Young Boys is the most important thing for the club right now.last_img read more


first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Middle School has released its Quarter 4 Honor Roll for the 2017-2018 school year, as well as its Final Honor Roll for the school year.Quarter 4 Honor RollThe following students earned honors for the fourth quarter:Grade 8High HonorsEmir Abdulla, Matthew Ardito, Anthony Biarrio, Taylor Breen, Margaret Carroll, Akash Chatterji, Angelyn Ciampa, Audrey Curdo, Jamie Davis, Nicholas DiNatale, Will Doucette, Rhiannon Dyment, Joseph Dynan, Edward Edgerly, Cameron Eich, Olivia Erler, Maura Fiorenza, Corinn Flanagan, Emersyn Foresyth, Rowan Fortier, Emily Fothergill, Alyssa Fricia, Anay Gandhi, Dante Giampaolo, Keegan Gray, Jacob Haerer, Lauren Hutchison, Andrew Lavigne, Holly Lemay, Paige Lohrman, Kristina Mason, Tayla McDonald, Emily McHugh, Michael Moody, Jenna Moore, Samantha Morris, Meghan O’Mahony, Angela Palino, Lillian Perriello, Alyssa Rago, Adriana Rice, Olivia Rogers, Kelli Schuler, Evan Shackelford, Amanda Solari, Emilia Spina, Kevin Stevens, Laura Tran, Sandra Watne, Kari Wells, Grace Wiberg-Pichetti and Haeleigh WilsonHonor RollSalvatore Accardi, John Andersen, Alex Andoni, Anthony Angiuoni, Caitlin Balestrieri, Sofia Barletta, Dillon Bloom, Isabella Botte, Nokomis Bramantecohen, Michael Broderick, Amanda Broussard, Marisa Bryan, Sara Buckley, Vincent Callahan, Julia Campbell, Jake Chirichiello, Victoria Ciampa, Sarah Cirame, Daniel Conde, Bianca Corso, Shane Costello, Shea Cushing, Thomas Dalton, Jenna Danieli, Brett DeAmbrose, Jayden DeFrancesco, Joseph DeMoura, Brian DeOliveira, Gabrielle DeVerbigier, Tristan DiMeco, Kaitlyn Doherty, Jake Dwyer, Liam Dwyer, Jake Estrada, Haley Fisher, Danielle Flaherty, Alex Flynn, Allison Foley, Abigail Frye, Charles Gardner, Brian Gargan, Lauren Giuliana, Alyssa Granara, Lauryn Hanafin, Daevin Harless, Samantha Jareo, Angelina Johnson, Isabella Kieran, Celia Kulis, Sarah LaVita, Alexa Leone, Emily Long, Jeremiah Lozzi, Kaitlyn Maguire, Jeffrey Mahoney, Ella Malvone, Cameron Marzilli, Alexis Meza, Gabriella Monteforte, Chase Moreau, Madison Mulas, Jack Munro, Cassidy Murphy, Rachel Nally, Medha Pal, Leah Paolillo, Quinn Proulx, Isabelle Puccio, Allison Rebeiro, Nathaniel Rebinskas, John Rhind, Edward Ricupero, Rita Roche, Lilly Rubin, Andrew Ruff, Aislinn Simonelli, Kaitlyn Smith, Olivia Spizuoco, Andrew Stokes, William Stuart, Adam Sulick, Caterina Tassone, Faith Thacker-Benoit, Joshua Tompkins, Jack Toomey, Katherine Trach, Adrian Trotta, Jonathan Villalta, John Ware, Emily Watson, Zachary Weinstein, Erik Woodland and Madison WrightGrade 7High HonorsCasey Ahlin, Nikhitha Biju, Allison Bolanos, Mallory Brown, Sarah Bryan, Grace Constantine, Sebastien DeVerbigier De Saint-Paul, Alisha DiNuccio, Alexis Edwards, Antonio Erickson, Eric Fischer, Cameryn Foresyth, Marissa Gallozzi, Thomas Gargan, Kylie Gates, Caitlyn George, Rachel George, Kelly Gonzalez, Rachel Gonzalez, Emily Gray, Carolyn Haas-Timm, Elisabeth Hayduk, Kaelin Healy, Lauryn Hurley, Dylan Hurynowicz, Lian Juergens, Julia Kane, Ryan Kanihan, Nikos Koss, Audrey LaConte, Rachel Langevin, Paige Lipski, Kammi Lucot, Ava MacGilvray, Jonathan Magliozzi, Srikar Mallajosyula, Carlie Malonson, Owen Mitchell, Michael Monteforte, Carina O’Donnell, Isabella Piazza, Audrey Powers, Emily Provost, Katrina Riekstins, Ethan Ryan, Ryan Willson and Ella WingateHonor RollNathan Alberti, Sofia Skye Almeida, Sarah Arruda, Colleen Baldi, Emily Banks, Brian Barry, Sophia Bavota, Natalia Bernard, Kylee Bevis, Ryan Bornstein, Christian Botte, Karianne Calvoni, Griffin Carr, Noah Carriere, Alyssa Cavanaugh, Lukas Charini, Jessica Collins, Sydney Collins, Anabelle Cook, Samantha Cronin, Owen Cushing, Jonathan Dalton, Ava DeProfio, John Dugan, Brett Ebert, Rose Ebert, Daniel Epie, Austin Farrell, Dominic Feeney, Justin Finnegan, Kaitlyn Finnegan, James Fisher, Brenden Fitzpatrick, Lily Flynn, Brett Gallucci, Lucas Gorham, Brayden Gorski, Julia Gray, Alexa Graziano, Luis Gunera, Katelin Hally, Courtney Howell, Sara Hughes, Michael Ings, Emma Jensen, Lindsey Kane, Ryan LaRoche, Sofia Lipsanopoulos, Colleen Logan, Liam Lydon, Aiden MacLeod, Kaytlyn MacPherson, Katie Manjourides, Marni McBride, Joseph McCauley, Dennis McConologue, Dillon McGrath, Sloane McIntyre, Jaelin Mitchell, Roman Moretti, Tyler Nguyen, Christian Niceforo, Sarah Nille, Reegan Noble, Carlena Osgood, Rylie Patterson, Adam Quamme, Paige Rivera, Casey Robbins, Jacob Roque, Thomas Sica, Jacob Smith, Kassidy Smith, Laine Stockman, Patrick Stokes, Ryan Thomas, Dylan Tran, Emily Tran, Evan Uftring, Mia Vestal, Matthew Villalta, Jonathan Vlamis, Jackson Ward, Ryan Watson, Page Williams, Ella Wing, Connor Wood and Brenna YoungGrade 6High HonorsLindsay Anthony, Mantvydas Banevicius, Thomas Bradley, Hannah Bryson, Thomas Burns, Megan Cali, Ellianna Chronopoulos, Antonia Di Zoglio, Brianne Dillon, Sofia DiNatale, Alison Doherty, Michael Dynan, Robert Elliott, Hannah Finberg, Josephine Finberg, Anuj Gandhi, Alissa Ganley, Alicia Gardner, Austin Harper, Abigail Hassell, Ian Jackson, Caroline Jenks, Samar Johar, Siddharth Karani, James Keck, Kyla Kelley, Alex Kennedy, Ava Kennedy, Emerson Keohane, Emily Kitanov, Sara Kulis, Clyde Lambert, Alexandra Lavigne, Colin Lawson, Molly MacDonald, Kelci MacKenzie, Lily MacKenzie, Andrew Maiella, Benjamin Marvin, John McLaughlin, Jake McLean, Maryellen McMahon, Alexis Melvin, Adrienne Moore, Nathan Murray, Lily O’Malley, Keira Rice, Charles Rosa, Riley Rourke, Avis Samaha, Olivia Solari, Kevin Stano, Neda Stoeva, Keira Sullivan, Carly Thayer, Cassandra Tibbetts, Emma-Rose Toomey, Sarthak Tripathi, Marc Vanella, Priscilla Vo, Rachel Wright and Adam YalcinHonor RollJuliana Angiuoni, Julia Archer, Madison Benoit, Zachary Blonigen, Jake Bourgeois, Jacob Breitenbach, Shaylan Bresnahan, Samantha Bryan, Ciara Cameron, Nathan Cardin, Christian Carpinella, Andrew Castelli, Julien Cella, Christina Chesbrough, Katelyn Cirame, Timothy Clark, Connor Crane, Michaela Crowe, Luca Cudia, Maria Cummings, Kayleigh Cunningham, Robert Cyr, Adam Davis, Ava DeOliveira, Michael DeRose, Emma Diorio, Emily Doherty, Alexia Engvaldsen, Emma Erickson, Emma Flynn, Jonathan Foresyth, Paige Fuller, Joseph Galvin, Gracy Giammarco, Emily Grace, Aidan Guyette, Courtney Healy, Kylee Hodge, Patrick Hounsell, Nikolaos Iascone, Anna Jancsics, Isabel Jordan, Kevin Kane, Tyler Kaszuba, Ethan Kennedy, Gabrielle Kulevich, Ericka L’Esperance, Sophia LaVita, Michael Lawler, Annabelle Lozzi, Joseph Malvone, Jessica Martinson, Kevin Mason, Michael McCarthy, Tatum McDonald, Daniel McElligott, Ashley Mercier, Jaycee Mitchell, Nicole Morello, Dylan Mullarky, Katherine Murphy, Ryan Murphy, Madisyn Murray, Abigail Nolan, Christopher O’Donell, Sean O’Donoghue, Michael Oatis, Eva Oppedisano, Mollie Osgood, Eric Packer, Sean Patrone, Juliana Ragucci, Molly Rasphoumy, Elsa Richards, Zachary Rogers, Charles Rooney, Madelynne Sainato, Nicholas Samaha, Hunter Sands, Phoebe Sassone, Lindsay Scalese, Antonio Smolinsky, Mia Stryhalaleck, Patrick Tassone, Grace Walsh, Molly Walsh, Daniel Watne, Ryan Weinstein, Braeden White, Evan Woltag and Benjamin WrightFinal Honor RollThe following students earned honor roll status with their final grade for the year:Grade 8High HonorsEmir Abdulla, John Andersen, Benjamin Andrus, Matthew Ardito, Anthony Biarrio, Taylor Breen, Amanda Broussard, Margaret Carroll, Akash Chatterji, Angelyn Ciampa, Audrey Curdo, Brian DeOliveira, Nicholas DiNatale, Will Doucette, Rhiannon Dyment, Joseph Dynan, Cameron Eich, Olivia Erler, Maura Fiorenza, Corinn Flanagan, Alex Flynn, Allison Foley, Rowan Fortier, Emily Fothergill, Alyssa Fricia, Anay Gandhi, Dante Giampaolo, Jacob Haerer, Lauryn Hanafin, Andrew Lavigne, Sarah LaVita, Holly Lemay, Paige Lohrman, Kristina Mason, Tayla McDonald, Emily McHugh, Michael Moody, Samantha Morris, Angela Palino, Lillian Perriello, Quinn Proulx, Alyssa Rago, Adriana Rice, Olivia Rogers, Lilly Rubin, Kelli Schuler, Evan Shackelford, Amanda Solari, Emilia Spina, Kevin Stevens, Caterina Tassone, Faith Thacker-Benoit, Laura Tran, Jonathan Villalta, Sandra Watne, Emily Watson, Kari Wells, Grace Wiberg-Pichetti, Haeleigh Wilson and Erik WoodlandHonor RollSalvatore Accardi, William Alworth, Alex Andoni, Anthony Angiuoni, Caitlin Balestrieri, Sofia Barletta, Christianna Bittarelli, Dillon Bloom, Isabella Botte, Nokomis Bramantecohen, Kayla Braz, Michael Broderick, Marisa Bryan, Sara Buckley, Vincent Callahan, Julia Campbell, Jake Chirichiello, Victoria Ciampa, Sarah Cirame, Daniel Conde, Bianca Corso, Shane Costello, Liam Crowley, Shea Cushing, Thomas Dalton, Jenna Danieli, Jamie Davis, Brett DeAmbrose, Jayden DeFrancesco, Joseph DeMoura, Gabrielle DeVerbigier, Kaitlyn Doherty, Kirk Donovan, Ryan Dusablon, Jake Dwyer, Liam Dwyer, Edward Edgerly, Jake Estrada, Jack Farrell, Haley Fisher, Danielle Flaherty, Emersyn Foresyth, Christopher Frizzell, Abigail Frye, Dominic Gabardi, Ashley Gallezzo, Charles Gardner, Brian Gargan, Lauren Giuliana, Alyssa Granara, Bryam Guevara, Daevin Harless, Emily Hassell, Lauren Hutchison, Angelina Johnson, Isabella Kieran, Celia Kulis, Thomas Kullman, Alexa Leone, Emily Long, Jeremiah Lozzi, Kaitlyn Maguire, Jeffrey Mahoney, Ella Malvone, Cameron Marzilli, Alexis Meza, Gabriella Monteforte, Jenna Moore, Chase Moreau, Madison Mulas, Jack Munro, Cassidy Murphy, Anthony Naimo, Rachel Nally, Kelsie Nansel, Meghan O’Mahony, Nathaniel Packer, Medha Pal, Leah Paolillo, Joseph Pastore, Isabelle Puccio, Allison Rebeiro, Nathaniel Rebinskas, John Rhind, Edward Ricupero, Jack Rooney, Andrew Ruff, Kaitlyn Smith, Olivia Spizuoco, Andrew Stokes, William Stuart, Adam Sulick, Joshua Tompkins, Jack Toomey, Adrian Trotta, John Ware, Zachary Weinstein, Madison Wright, Matthew Wright, Angelina Zaykovskaya and Joseph ZuccolaGrade 7High HonorsCasey Ahlin, Nikhitha Biju, Mallory Brown, Sarah Bryan, Griffin Carr, Grace Constantine, Samantha Cronin, Alisha DiNuccio, Alexis Edwards, Antonio Erickson, Eric Fischer, Cameryn Foresyth, Thomas Gargan, Caitlyn George, Rachel George, Rachel Gonzalez, Emily Gray, Carolyn Haas-Timm, Elisabeth Hayduk, Sara Hughes, Lauryn Hurley, Julia Kane, Ryan Kanihan, Nikos Koss, Audrey LaConte, Paige Lipski, Kammi Lucot, Srikar Mallajosyula, Carlie Malonson, Katie Manjourides, Dennis McConologue, Owen Mitchell, Michael Monteforte, Carina O’Donnell, Audrey Powers, Emily Provost, Ethan Ryan, Thomas Sica, Emily Tran, Matthew Villalta, Ryan Willson, Ella Wingate and Connor WoodHonor RollNathan Alberti, Sofia Skye Almeida, Sarah Arruda, Nicholas Atwater, Colleen Baldi, Emily Banks, Brian Barry, Natalia Bernard, Kylee Bevis, Allison Bolanos, Ryan Bornstein, Lexi Bowen, Karianne Calvoni, James Caples, Noah Carriere, Isabella Catalano, Alyssa Cavanaugh, Lukas Charini, Jessica Collins, Sydney Collins, Anabelle Cook, Owen Cushing, Jonathan Dalton, Jonathan DeFeo, Ava DeProfio, Sebastien DeVerbigier De Saint-Paul, Robert Dodge, John Dugan, Brett Ebert, Daniel Epie, Austin Farrell, Justin Finnegan, Kaitlyn Finnegan, James Fisher, Brenden Fitzpatrick, Kayla Flynn, Lily Flynn, Corinne Forcina, Cameron Gagnon, Marissa Gallozzi, Brett Gallucci, Kylie Gates, Lucas Gorham, Brayden Gorski, Alexa Graziano, Luis Gunera, Katelin Hally, Ryan Hayden, Kaelin Healy, Courtney Howell, Dylan Hurynowicz, Michael Ings, Emma Jensen, Lian Juergens, Lindsey Kane, Talina Khalil, Ryan LaRoche, Calvin Lemay, Michael Lewis, Sofia Lipsanopoulos, Colleen Logan, Cooper Loisel, Ava MacGilvray, Kaytlyn MacPherson, Jonathan Magliozzi, Marni McBride, Madelyn McCarron, Dillon McGrath, Sloane McIntyre, John McNamara, Kelsey Mendonca, Roman Moretti, Tyler Nguyen, Reegan Noble, Carlena Osgood, Aryan Patil, Rylie Patterson, Timothy Pearson, Isabella Piazza, Erica Raimo, Katrina Riekstins, Casey Robbins, Jacob Roque, Tyler Sheehan, Jacob Smith, Kassidy Smith, Laine Stockman, Patrick Stokes, Gregory Stratouly, Ryan Thomas, Evan Uftring, Mia Vestal, Jonathan Vlamis, Jackson Ward, Ella Wing, Brenna Young, Burke Zimmer and Marjorie ZimmerGrade 6High HonorsLindsay Anthony, Mantvydas Banevicius, Hannah Bryson, Megan Cali, Nathan Cardin, Ellianna Chronopoulos, Adam Davis, Antonia Di Zoglio, Brianne Dillon, Sofia DiNatale, Alison Doherty, Michael Dynan, Robert Elliott, Hannah Finberg, Josephine Finberg, Paige Fuller, Alissa Ganley, Alicia Gardner, Austin Harper, Abigail Hassell, Ian Jackson, Anna Jancsics, Caroline Jenks, Siddharth Karani, James Keck, Kyla Kelley, Alex Kennedy, Emerson Keohane, Emily Kitanov, Sara Kulis, Clyde Lambert, Alexandra Lavigne, Colin Lawson, Molly MacDonald, Kelci MacKenzie, Lily MacKenzie, Andrew Maiella, Joseph Malvone, Benjamin Marvin, John McLaughlin, Alexis Melvin, Adrienne Moore, Nathan Murray, Keira Rice, Elsa Richards, Charles Rooney, Charles Rosa, Riley Rourke, Neda Stoeva, Mia Stryhalaleck, Keira Sullivan, Patrick Tassone, Emma-Rose Toomey, Priscilla Vo, Ryan Weinstein, Rachel Wright and Adam YalcinHonor RollAvery Allen, Tobechi Amakor, Juliana Angiuoni, Julia Archer, Madison Benoit, Jared Bishop, Zachary Blonigen, Jake Bourgeois, Thomas Bradley, Jacob Breitenbach, Shaylan Bresnahan, Samantha Bryan, Thomas Burns, Ciara Cameron, Luke Cardin, Christian Carpinella, Andrew Castelli, Julien Cella, Christina Chesbrough, Katelyn Cirame, Timothy Clark, Connor Crane, Michaela Crowe, Luca Cudia, Maria Cummings, Kayleigh Cunningham, Robert Cyr, Sophia DeHart, Ava DeOliveira, Michael DeRose, Emma Diorio, Emily Doherty, Alexia Engvaldsen, Arianna Farrell, Emma Flynn, Jonathan Foresyth, Joseph Galvin, Anuj Gandhi, Rachel Garrett, Gracy Giammarco, Tiago Gomez, Emily Grace, Bruce Green Audette, Elizabeth Griffith, Courtney Healy, Patrick Hounsell, Nikolaos Iascone, Samar Johar, Tyler Kaszuba, Ava Kennedy, Ethan Kennedy, Gabrielle Kulevich, Anastasiia Kylinska, Ericka L’Esperance, Andrew Lamb, Sophia LaVita, Michael Lawler, Annabelle Lozzi, Isabella Luis, Jessica Martinson, Kevin Mason, Michael McCarthy, Tatum McDonald, Jake McLean, Maryellen McMahon, Ashley Mercier, Layne Miller, Samantha Miller, Jaycee Mitchell, Nicole Morello, Katherine Murphy, Ryan Murphy, Abigail Nolan, Christopher O’Donell, Sean O’Donoghue, Lily O’Malley, Michael Oatis, Eva Oppedisano, Mollie Osgood, Eric Packer, Lauryn Parr, Sean Patrone, Molly Rasphoumy, Ava Rega, Zachary Rogers, Madelynne Sainato, Avis Samaha, Nicholas Samaha, Phoebe Sassone, Lindsay Scalese, Antonio Smolinsky, Olivia Solari, Eric Spinney, Julee Sutton, Carly Thayer, Cassandra Tibbetts, Sarthak Tripathi, Joseph Wallace, Grace Walsh, Molly Walsh, Mackenzie Ware, Anna Warford, Daniel Watne, Braeden White, Evan Woltag and Benjamin Wright(NOTE: The above Honor Roll was submitted by Wilmington Middle School. Cover photo is from Jamie Boudreau of Airgoz Aerial Photography)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington High School Announces Fourth Quarter Honor RollIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Rachel DiFronzo Named To Honor Roll At Bishop FenwickIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 6 Wilmington Students Earn Academic Honors At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”last_img read more


first_img Comments YouTube encouraged users to flag questionable videos. The company also noted in a blog post that creators are allowed to discuss, report or educate people about the Momo Challenge or character. YouTube said that images of Momo won’t be allowed on YouTube Kids, however, and that it’s putting safeguards in place to exclude it from content.Police and schools this week issued warnings to parents about the challenge after reports that it has resurfaced in the UK on YouTube, according to CBS News. The supposed Momo Challenge reportedly originated on the WhatsApp messaging platform, went viral last year and then largely disappeared. The challenge involves Momo, a gruesome puppet-like creature that instructs kids to complete a series of challenges, including harming themselves and others. However, charities like the Samaritans and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children have said the challenge is a malicious hoax, reported The Guardian on Thursday, and that there’s no confirmed evidence it poses a threat to children. The image of Momo, in fact, is a sculpture called “Mother Bird” by Japanese artist Keisuke Aisawa. There doesn’t appear to be any link between the artist and the challenge.First published Feb. 28 at 11:11 a.m. PT.Update, 1:07 p.m.: Adds more information from YouTube. Tags Keisuke Aisawa/Instagram YouTube on Wednesday disputed claims that the alleged Momo Challenge is appearing on the giant video site.”We want to clear something up regarding the Momo Challenge: We’ve seen no recent evidence of videos promoting the Momo Challenge on YouTube,” the company tweeted. “Videos encouraging harmful and dangerous challenges are against our policies.” 2 We want to clear something up regarding the Momo Challenge: We’ve seen no recent evidence of videos promoting the Momo Challenge on YouTube. Videos encouraging harmful and dangerous challenges are against our policies.— YouTube (@YouTube) February 27, 2019 Share your voice Mobile Culture YouTubelast_img read more


first_imgThe 6th Golden Kela Award held on 29 March, awarded all the worst bollywood performance of 2013 based upon votes. Abhishek Sharma, director of Tere Bin Laden Part 2 who was present there to recieve his last year’s Golden Kela presented the most prestigous award of the evening, the Baawra Ho Gaya Ke award to the perfectionist Aamir Khan for Dhoom 3 for portraying larger than life stunts in the movie.Sajid Khan’s Himmatwala won the Golden Kela for the worst movie award. Ajay Devgan and Sonakshi Sinha managed to take home the Kelas for second time in a row for being the worst actor(male and female) for their acting skills shown in Himmatwala and R..Rajkumar respectively. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’ Sanjay Leela Bhansali was titled with worst director award for his superhit movie, Goliyon ki Rasleela…Ram Leela. The honour for the worst actor in supporting role (male) went to Aditya Roy Kapoor for Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and in the female category it was Deepika, Jacqueline and Amisha (Race 2) bagging the honours for their histrionics. Contributing to the most atrocious lyrics, Sameer for Raghupati Raghav from Krrish 3 earned the Golden Kela where the most irritating song title was given to Party All Night from Boss. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixA number of special awards were also presented like the Dara Singh Award for the Worst Accent  which was won by Deepika Padukone for Chennai Express, Aakhir Kyun Award to  Priyanka Chopra for trying to look cool in her music video Exotic, Rajshri Award for Most Regressive Film of the Year  went to Ranjhanaa, Why Are You Still Trying Award to Shahid Kapoor for R…Rajkumar, and Aap Yahaan Aaye Kisliye Award to Uday Chopra with a special tribute to his career that never started.Apart from this, some of the last years’ movie also managed to bag home the Anti Kela Awards like Saheb Biwi aur Gangster 2, Go Goa Gone, The Lunchbox and Shahid for actually making sense and giving the movies audience some respite.last_img read more


first_imgIn today’s world, people are not only conscious about how they look but also how their skin feels and lipsticks are an important factor in making or breaking your image. This makeup tool is not just about different shades or textures but also about ingredients, application and choosing the right trends, say experts. Here are few tips about the lipstick trends that are making waves this season:The herbal route: Using vegan and organic lipstick not only protects the lips from harsh chemicals but also preserves the natural texture and colour of the lips. Applying lipsticks with less chemicals reduces chances of lip discolouration. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfShift from matte to creamy: Creamy matte or satin finish provide a soft and smooth look while leaving the right amount of colour and shine. Creamy Matte texture is also known to stay on the lips for longer hours and avoids the lipstick to get flaky on the lips.Ditch the nudes: Get over with the nudes already. A pale pink, a peachy coral or a vibrant fuchsia would be the perfect pick for the Indian skin this festive season. Applying natural pink lipsticks is perfect for the desk to dine look. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe blend of orange: As we know, red never goes out of style. However, this season it’s raining orange. A subtle blend of orange in your red can get you the perfect glamorous look for the season. Top glitter coat: A glitter top coat adds a gorgeous shimmering sheen, be it over a lipstick or applied straight to bare lips. Applying a subtle hint of glitter over your lips can make your lips pop just how you want them to. Apply your favourite lip colour and then a little amount of transparent gloss. Then add the glitter – this way, it will be fixed in all your lip. The unconventional bold shades: Unconventional bold shades like blue, purple and grey can be a game changer for parties if worn with confidence. Rocking a bold hue draws attention to your lips and makes you stand out.Nude mattes: Everyone is well acquainted with nude shades; natural matte lipsticks are perfect for day wear and also go with smokey eyes for evening wear. Use natural matte shades, a tone lighter or darker to give the perfect definition to your lips.Lip gradation: The latest lip trend of 2017 surely includes the gradation of the lips. A little more pop of colour in the middle of your lips making their way out lighter towards the edges.last_img read more