Kerry has defended Stacey Solomon after she was photographed smoking while pregnant. In her OK! Magazine column, Kerry wrote, â€˜There’s no harm having the odd puff now and then. She only smokes Silk Cut which aren’t even like having a cigarette because you have to puff so hard.â€™
We donâ€™t think we even need to add some kind of punchline here, do we?
Butâ€¦ and just checking, you know this is a bad thing, right?
- Meanwhile over in Slovakiaâ€¦ after a stint in jail, a man has turned over a new leaf and is cleaning the streets and helping the elderly in his hometown of Dunajska Streda but – and hereâ€™s the twist – dressed as Batman. Or dressed as Batman with a coat on in the report that we saw as it looked very cold and snowy there.
- Fruit flies: arenâ€™t they cute with their buggy eyes and ability to turn a pear into a dirty brown stain in your fruit bowl?
No, of course not.
This week we became aware of a report, which revealed that fruit flies, who have been rejected by females drink significantly more alcohol than those that have mated freely. No s*** Sherlock.
However, we are impressed by the fact that:
a) there is money in the world for this type of scientific research and,
b) that weâ€™re not the only ones.
- Itâ€™s actually been a big week for animals in the news. None of which has been particularly happy. Three horse deaths have actually put down the new Dustin Hoffman TV show, which must be especially galling for the people whoâ€™d already gone and advertised it everywhere. Note to Sky: wait till the showâ€™s delivered maybe in futureâ€¦
- And we had very mixed emotions about seeing a very cute earless baby bunny only to realise that he was in the news because a cameraman had stepped on and killed him. Apparently, that baby bunny was a rising star on Germanyâ€™s celebrity animal scene which makes it all the more tragic because obviously celebrity humans are more worthy than normal humans. Or so weâ€™re told. By celebrities. So it must be the same with earless rabbits.
What was interesting was the fact that thereâ€™s a celebrity animal scene in Europe however, no doubt led by PepÃ© Le Pew.