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WATCH: See Limbo Unhinged star Heather Holliday swallow a sword

Limbo Unhinged will wow Gold Coast audiences next month, with show to headline the line-up on offer at Spiegeltent Gold Coast during Bleach Festival.

The production from the creators of Blanc de Blanc features an international cast, including Coney Island’s sword swallower and vintage beauty, Heather Holliday.

Heather started her career as a high school intern at the Coney Island Circus Sideshow and held the title of the Youngest Female Sword Swallower in the world when she was a teenager.

myGC caught up with Heather poolside at The Star Gold Coast to get a taste of what locals can expect at the show. Watch below:

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Félicité Tomlinson

Tomlinson’s sister dies after heart attack

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson’s 18-year old sister Felicite has died after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest.


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The aspiring fashion designer died at her flat in Earl’s Court, west London, on Wednesday.

Her death is being treated as unexplained by police.


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“Police were called by London Ambulance Service at 12.52 on Wednesday, March 13 to a residential address… following reports of a female in cardiac arrest,” Scotland Yard said in a statement.

“A female believed to be aged 18 was pronounced dead at the scene.

“A post-mortem examination will take place in due course.”

A person who was with her called 999, according to the Sun newspaper.

It is understood that Tomlinson, who is reportedly in London for a now-cancelled appearance on Friday night’s Comic Relief, was told of her death.

Tomlinson’s mother Johannah died from leukaemia in 2016.

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Official trailer for ‘Avengers: Endgame’ is here!

Marvel has released the official trailer for ‘Avengers: Endgame’, and the internet is freaking out.

The upcoming superhero movie follows 2018’s ‘Avengers: Infinity War’, in which almost half of the team (and the world) were wiped by the damage caused by Thanos (sorry for the spoiler, but if you haven’t seen it… come on.)

Captain Marvel will also play a significant part in Endgame, after the world was introduced to her this month.

She’s like the most powerful of them all, so yeah, it’s going to be amazing.

If you haven’t seen the trailer, PLEASE watch it (link below), and prepare… to be blown away.

At the time of writing, the official trailer had been live for about 9 hours, and had already clocked up 16 million views on Youtube alone.

It’s going to be HUGE. We cannot wait.

Gipsy Kings

Gipsy Kings to hit the stage at The Star during Blues on Broadbeach

International salsa-pop-flamenco superstars the Gipsy Kings are set to perform an exclusive show at The Star Gold Coast during this year’s Blues On Broadbeach music festival.

Fronted by André Reyes, the Gypsy Kings will hit the stage for a ticketed performance in The Star Theatre on Saturday 18 May.

After first capturing the world’s imagination in 1987 with the release of their self-titled album ‘Gipsy Kings’ and songs ‘Bamboleo’ and ‘Djobi Djoba’, the group have sold close to 20 million albums and toured extensively worldwide.

Geoff Hogg, Managing Director Queensland for The Star Entertainment Group said The Star was looking forward to once again being a part of the hugely successful Blues On Broadbeach music festival.

“The Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival is a fantastic driver of tourism to the Gold Coast, injecting over $21 million into the economy last year, and attracting more than 170,000 attendees,” Mr Hogg said.

“We are proud to continue our partnership with Blues on Broadbeach and are extremely excited to be presenting this exclusive Gipsy Kings concert.

“As the home of major events on the Gold Coast, we look forward to making the 18th Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival the biggest yet.”

Including the entertainment at The Star, the Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival will this year present 70 incredible national and international acts performing across 20 different stages in stunning Broadbeach locations from Thursday May 16 to Sunday May 19. For more information, visit:

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Hollywood actresses arrested over $35m university scheme

TWO HOLLYWOOD actresses, along with CEOs and dozens of other Americans, are accused of bribing their children’s way into elite universities in the US.

In what the US Justice Department is describing as the biggest college admissions scam ever prosecuted, charges have been laid against Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, as well as 44 other people including athletic coaches.

Huffman, best-known for her role in Desperate Housewives, is being questioned by authorities in LA as part of Operation Varsity Blues.

Court documents reportedly reveal Huffman paid $US15,000, written off as a charitable donation, so that her daughter could take part in the college entrance cheating scam.

At this stage, Huffman’s actor husband and the father of her two children, William H. Macy, has not been charged.

He has been filmed arriving at the court where his wife is due to appear.

While Full House star Loughlin is reportedly on her way from filming on location in Canada to hand herself in.

The scheme allegedly saw wealthy parents bribe college coaches and insiders at testing centres to help secure their child’s entry into Stanford, Georgetown and University of California, among others.

While a former Yale soccer coach pleaded guilty and helped build the case against others.

The schools themselves are not targets of the investigation.

“These parents are a catalogue of wealth and privilege,” US Attorney Andrew Lelling said in announcing the $US25 million ($A35 million) federal bribery case.

It’s alleged parents paid between $US200,000 and up to $US6.5 million to an admissions consultant, from 2011 through last month, to bribe coaches and administrators to label their children as recruited athletes, alter test scores and have others take online classes to boost their chances of getting into schools.