Manipulated, uncomfortable and anxious – what it’s really like to be a contestant on The Voice

It’s marketed as the reality TV show that focuses on the talent rather than the look, but ex-contestant Lexi Clark says that The Voice producers didn’t give her a chance to be herself. Lexi competed on The Voice in 2016,

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PODCAST: LGBT representation within Disney

Did you know that Ursula’s appearance from The Little Mermaid was inspired after a drag queen? Or have you ever thought that Li Shang from Mulan was pansexual? LGBT representation has been growing throughout Disney over the past few years, with the

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REVIEW: Veronica

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

Ayak Bullen reviews Netflix’s latest horror offering, Veronica.

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Bachelor villain Jen Hawke was ‘playing a character’

According to former contestant Jen Hawke, The Bachelor is “less relatable than Home and Away” and is not always as real as it seems. Describing herself as “the first bachelorette to get more airtime than the bachelor”, Jen Hawke has

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How Sex and the City stays relevant 20 years on

The names alone – Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda – are enough to conjure a million Manhattan memories.

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Five seconds of FOMO

A lot of hopefuls sign up for reality television in search of fame and glory.

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Netflix’s ‘The Good Place’ a good place to be

5 out of 5
Rating: 5

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll question everything… Binge season two of Netflix’s addictive, dark humoured, American series ‘The Good Place’ and you’ll still be hungry for more.  The series brings new light to lofty ideas about who we are

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Gay youth grills Canavan over ‘delicate flowers’ comment

It was no surprise that things would get heated in this week’s outing of Q&A on the ABC, given that topics on the table included women in sport and same-sex marriage. The show started off smoothly enough, with South Australian

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Internet kills the TV star

At the turn of the century Australians had limited choice when deciding what to watch. But less than two decades later, with Pay TV, streaming services and a multitude of online content, audiences are spoilt for choice.

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Review: To the Bone

Over the past year Netflix has been no stranger to controversial releases.

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