Some sharp eyes thought they detected a baby bump during a press junket for Australia.
The Australian actress bore her first child last year and because she appeared to have a baby bump, gossip hounds assumed that the star of Australia was pregnant again. But her reps claim that the actress is not pregnant with another child. She and Keith Urban make a nice couple. If they want another baby, they deserve it. And who cares if she played the didgeridoo or lost the map to the magical waters of Kununurra?
Hugh Jackman's wife enjoys him dressing as his X-Men character, Wolverine.
Hugh Jackman's wife Deborra-Lee Furness appreciates a little bit of dress up in the bedroom. So the sexiest man alive does his husbandly duty and dresses as the mutant X-Men member Wolverine. Who knew these 2 had this sort of kink going on? Only in Australia...
Is breaking into a sex shop to have sex with a blow-up doll a deal breaker?
Today's weird sex news comes from Australia, where police are hunting for a man who broke into three sex shops, had sex with a blow-up doll named "Jungle Jane," and left the dolls in an alley near the stores. To perform his unusual crime, the man broke holes in the walls of the store and squeezed through the small opening. Instead of leaving pieces of wood and plaster everywhere, the polite fellow cleaned up the mess he created breaking through the wall.
From playing the didgeridoo, Nicole Kidman may be barren, says Aborigine.
It is said that women who play the Aboriginal didgeridoo are said to go barren. This could be bad news for Nicole Kidman as she played the wooden instrument while promoting Australia on German TV. Not good. We'll see if even the fertility waters of Kununurra can salvage this womb.
Liz Tuccillo goes around the world to see what single life is like in other countries.
After mining the dating scene for laughs as a writer for Sex and the City, Liz Tuccillo moved on to co-authoring the best-selling book, He's Just Not That Into You. When it came time to work on her next project, the novel How To Be Single, Liz traveled the world to find out what single life was like in other countries.
Sydney, Australia is facing a "man drought," with one single man for every five single women.
Liz Tuccillo goes behind the statistics to find out what it's really like to be single in Sydney, Australia, a city that's experiencing a "man drought:" one single man for every five single women. The ladies she talks to agree: all the good ones are married! Or gay!
With more single men than women in Sydney, Australia, how hard do men have to try to find a date?
Liz Tuccillo, writer for Sex and the City and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, asks men in Sydney, Australia if they have an easy time dating, seeing as there are more single men than single women. Their answer? Yes!
Liz Tuccillo learns that, in Sydney, Australia, men in their 30s want to date women in their 20s.
Liz Tuccillo, writer for Sex and the City and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, finds out that in Sydney, Australia a 35-year-old man would be very happy with a 24-year-old women, and he probably won't date someone his own age.
Liz Tuccillo tries to convince gay men to go straight for the sake of Sydney's single women.
Liz Tuccillo, writer for Sex and the City and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, says that even though she knows it's politically incorrect, she wants gay men to sleep with women. After all, there aren't enough straight men to go around in Sydney, Australia!