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Emily Blunt Reveals The Relatable Thing She Regrets About Her Wedding To John Krasinski

"Oh, it was terrible."

Emily Blunt has revealed the one regret she has from her wedding day to John Krasinski, and it’s highly relatable.

During an interview on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the host spoke about how Blunt and Krasinski’s 10th wedding anniversary was fast approaching and asked if there was anything she’d change about her special day.

The pair married in Lake Como, Italy in July 2010 and by all accounts, it was no doubt a beautiful day, I mean, look at these two:

However, Blunt has one thing she’d gladly go back and change if she could – her fake tan.

“I got a bad spray tan, and I would probably change… that,” Blunt said.

“I look at the pictures and it just has an orange hue that is unnatural to normal skin colours.”

She then explained that it had been a DIY job, “Why was I on a budget on my wedding day?”

The Quiet Place actress said the tan was “seeping orange” onto her wedding dress because it was so hot.

“Oh, it was terrible. Yeah, it was bad,” she said.

Watch the interview here:

The pair started dating in 2008 and got engaged in August 2009, marrying the following year. They share two daughters, Hazel, six, and Violet, three.

They are currently promoting their new film, A Quiet Place Part II, however, Krasinski has announced the film’s release will be delayed indefinitely thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

He wrote on Instagram, “To all our A Quiet Place fans, one of the things I’m most proud of is that people have said our movie is on you have to see all together. Well due to the ever-changing circumstances of what’s going on in the world around us, now is clearly not the right time to do that.

“As insanely excited as we are for all of you to see this movie… I’m gonna wait to release the film til we CAN all see it together!

“So here’s to our group movie date! See you soon! #AQuietPlacePart2…Take2.”

Parents Are Slamming The Wiggles For Creating A TikTok Account

"This is encouraging the underage use of TikTok which is known to be a dangerous app."

Cyber-safety experts have been left shocked after children’s group The Wiggles created an official TikTok account.

The account, which already boasts 192,200 followers at the time of writing, has parents concerned about the safety of children who may want to follow the group.

Children under the age of 13 are not allowed to use the app.

The Daily Telegraph reports the platform “is used by predators” which is unsurprisingly very alarming to parents.

@thewigglesofficial

Around the water cooler at Wiggles HQ. The boomers have truly arrived. Sorry… ##fyp ##sayso ##saysochallenge ##thewiggles ##dorothy ##wags ##weouthere

♬ Say So – Doja Cat

Qualified cyber safety expert Susan McLean told the publication, “Even unintentionally, this is encouraging the underage use of TikTok which is known to be a dangerous app.”

“Children entertainers or anyone that pitches to children have a moral and ethical responsibility to encourage safe behaviour on and off line.

“Any paedophile around the world knows The Wiggles are a kid entertainment group so they will know if they are on TikTok, little children will be on TikTok as well.”

Looking through the followers on The Wiggles’ account, it is safe to say they do have a large following by children who appear to be under the age of 13.

Parents are especially worried given TikTok’s messaging system which makes it very easy for anyone to send messages to these kids.

A spokesperson for the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) told the publication they do often see young people targeted “through social networking, image or video sharing apps or instant messaging to self-produce online child sexual exploitation material”.

The Wiggles have so far shared videos of themselves dancing to Doja Cat’s ‘Say So’ as well as doing the popular Renegade dance.

They’ve even created a video of themselves along to Justin Bieber’s ‘Yummy’ while eating fruit salad. The caption jokingly reads, “Are we singing about the same thing?”

@thewigglesofficial

Are we singing about the same thing? 🍏🍎🍉🍊🍓🍇🥝🍍 ##fruitsalad ##yummyyummy ##fyp ##thewiggles ##quickcuts ##justinbieber

♬ Yummy – Justin Bieber

Which is super awkward when you know what the song is actually about.

Managing Director of The Wiggles, Paul Field, told News Corp the account was actually meant for parents and older Wiggles fans – perhaps those of us who watched them as kids but are now in our 20s.

“Like all our social media platforms, our content is always family-friendly and the audience and controllers of these social platforms are the parents and carers. It is another fun platform for parents to see a different side of us and for those that grew up with The Wiggles to see how the band has evolved since they were little,” he said.

While that might be true for those of us who are over 13, parents should definitely be very wary of their children’s Internet usage!

The Celebs Trying To Calm Us Down Amongst All The COVID-19 Hysteria

"Remember despite all the current events, there is no crying in baseball."

While the world might feel insanely chaotic right now and it might be difficult to concentrate on anything other than the anxiety-inducing notifications about COVID-19, here are the celebrities trying to calm us down amongst all the hysteria.

Lizzo hosted a “mass meditation” for her followers on Insta Live to calm those who felt panicked about coronavirus.

In an Instagram post announcing the meditation she wrote, “Goin live tomorrow morning to do a mass meditation, we need healing from fear during this global crisis. If you with me join me with a high vibration and any sanitizer you got.”

When the singer went live she wrote, “Because I Love You… A meditation and mantra to promote healing during this global crisis. Use at your own pace. Love you!”

Jennifer Garner has taken to Instagram to share an adorable video of herself reading The Mitten to her golden retriever Birdie.

She captioned the video, “In case your day calls for a calming story,” and honestly, listening to Jen reading the book totally made me calm down.

Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson, who have both been diagnosed with COVID-19 while in Australia, have remained calm while sending messages to the world via social media.

Tom wrote on Twitter, “Rita Wilson and I want to thank everyone here Down Under who are taking such good care of us. We have COVID-19 and are in isolation so we do not spread it to anyone else. There are those for whom it could lead to a very serious illness. We are taking it one-day-at-a-time.

“There are things we can all do to get through this by following the advice of experts and taking care of ourselves and each other, no? Remember despite all the current events, there is no crying in baseball.”

Kerry Washington has taken to Twitter, telling her followers to “cultivate calm wherever you can”, adding, “Stress levels impact health and immunity.

Lady Gaga tweeted, “Now it’s as important as ever to be kind. For those who are sick, or those who are not and are scared. We’re in this together. I love you world.”

Other singers have been recommending fans wash their hands to the tune of their songs:

Stay safe out there people, and, seriously, don’t forget to wash your hands!

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