New recording artist Junior Andre and cheeky Love Island stars Faye Winter and Teddy Soares pose up a storm at Kisstory Festival

Junior Andre and Love Island stars attended Kisstory as VIPs (Picture: Getty/Rex)

The crowds and celebrities were out in full force on Streatham Common on Saturday for Kisstory Festival’s first day, with Love Islanders and Junior Andre among the invited guests.

Son to Katie Price and Peter Andre, 16-year-old Junior signed his fist record deal in August, much to his proud parents’ delight.

The teenager, who has signed with Rebel Records, part of the Columbia family, achieved his feat at the same age his Mysterious Girl singer father was for his first record deal, and shared that it was ‘a dream come true’.

Junior posed solo at Kisstory in his red tracksuit, as well as with Damage members Rahsaan J Bromfield, Emma Bunton’s husband Jade Jones, Andrez Harriott and Noel Simpson, who performed for the assembled audience.

Other famous faces at the festival included Love Island 2021 finalists Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank, and Faye Winter and Teddy Soares.

The couples, who are both still firmly together, posed up a storm on the green carpet, with Faye, who was wearing a daring see-through metallic bikini top, and Teddy playfully touching tongues for the camera.

Junior looked at home as a guest and up-and-coming music artist (Picture: Getty)

Junior posing with performers Damage (Picture: Beretta/Sims/Rex/Shutterstock)

Faye and Teddy got into the ‘Kisstory’ spirit of things (Picture: Beretta/Sims/Rex/Shutterstock)

Kaye went for quite a cheeky outit for the event (Picture: Beretta/Sims/Rex/Shutterstock)

Faye completed her look with black cycling shorts with a belt and chain, a black fedora black boots, while Teddy kept things relaxed in bleached jeans, a black T-shirt and black and grey plaid shirt tied around his waist.

Kaz looked fab in a vibrant aqua two-piece, made of a sheer material, with matching sunglasses and white trainers, while Tyler also got the co-ordinating memo and wore a salmon sweater and shorts set.  

Kaz and Tyler were all smiles in colourful co-ord sets (Picture: Beretta/Sims/Rex/Shutterstock)

Vanessa and her partner Ben also puckered up for the cameras (Picture: Beretta/Sims/Rex/Shutterstock)

Kisstory DJs Perri and Jordan were also present and correct (Picture: Getty)

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Also present were broadcaster Vanessa Feltz and her partner Ben Ofoedu, who kissed for the cameras, as well as Kiss DJs Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely, who have hosted the station’s breakfast show together since June 2020 and announced the festival’s line up back in July.

Saturday’s line up also included Beverley Skeete, Fatman Scoop, Another Level and Dane Bowers, with Artful Dodger, Angie Brown, Tinchy Stryder and Mis-teeq’s Sabrina set to play for Sunday’s crowds.

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Defiant Clinton tells Twitter to call her ‘Madam Chancellor,’ as fans fantasize on her being POTUS & critics call her ‘Palpatine’

After a not-so-hearty reception of the crowd outside Queen’s University in Belfast, that honored her with the title of its first-ever female chancellor, the ex-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton flaunted caped pics on Twitter.

Clinton became the chancellor of Queen’s University on Friday to the cries of “war criminal” from a small crowd of hecklers outside, but reactions to her visit and social media mockery of the images of her wardrobe have done little to deter her from celebrating the newly-acquired title.

“Just call me Madam Chancellor,” Clinton tweeted on Saturday, attaching images of her in her large gown at Friday’s ceremony, while a child carries her cape behind her. 

Just call me Madam Chancellor. @qubelfast #LoveQUB

Photos: Andrew Towe/Queen’s University

— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 25, 2021

However, not even Clinton’s supporters have apparently wanted to refer to the former Secretary of State as “chancellor”: her most loyal fans responded by fantasizing about calling her “Madame President,” getting the term trending with some cringe tweets.

“Oh how I would’ve loved to have called you Madam President,” one user wrote in response to Clinton’s pictures. 

The honor is well deserved, but Madam President would have been so much better.

— Erie Siobhan is Vaxxed to the Max 🇺🇸 (@ErieNotEerie) September 25, 2021

America lost out, the World lost out, and Humanity lost out that Trump**, Putin, and the GQP stole the 2016 Election.

Our world would have been *SO MUCH BETTER* had you been our very first “Madam President”.

— Mark Judson For Congress – Scorched Earth Dem 2022 (@Judson4Congress) September 25, 2021

Meanwhile, others mocked the idea of Clinton receiving a ‘Madam Chancellor’ title as a consolation prize in place of ‘Madam President’.

still not president

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) September 25, 2021

because you’ll never be called “Madam President”

— Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) September 25, 2021

Some critics couldn’t resist comparing Clinton’s rather large gown and following ‘cape carrier’ images of iconic pop culture villains, including Chancellor Palpatine from the ‘Star Wars’ franchise.

Hillary Palpatine.

— Noam “MF Blum” (@neontaster) September 25, 2021

Resident Evil 4 remake is looking kinda whack.

— Sophia (HaRMful SaTiRe) Narwitz (@SophNar0747) September 25, 2021

new harry potter villain just dropped

— eve6 eats good (@Eve6) September 25, 2021

Clinton received her five-year chancellor term in 2020, but the actual inauguration had been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The title is largely symbolic, but includes Clinton representing the school abroad and having speaking engagements at ceremonies. While the president and vice-chancellor of Queen’s University, Ian Greer, has welcomed “an internationally recognised public servant who has demonstrated a longstanding commitment to Northern Ireland” into her new role, protesters blasted the university over their “shameful” support of the hawkish Democrat.

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‘Living in parallel universe’: Australian PM boasts of Aussies’ love of freedom to the UN as police crackdown continues at home

A viral video has contrasted Prime Minister Scott Morrison telling the UN General Assembly that Australia believes in “freedom” and the “dignity of all people” to the Australian cops beating citizens for not wearing masks.

In a virtual address to the UN General Assembly on Friday, Morrison talked up Australia’s belief in “a world order that favours freedom,” in “respecting the rights and freedoms of the individual” and “in the inherent dignity of all people…no matter the circumstances.”

Morrison had barely spoken before Australian libertarian activist Randall Evans put together a video showcasing the Aussie PM’s lofty words alongside footage of ordinary Australians being brutalized by police for breaching the country’s draconian coronavirus restrictions.

Come back to reality @ScottMorrisonMP #vicpol

— Randall Evans (@randydeactivist) September 25, 2021

Visuals of a young woman choked out by a police officer for not wearing a face mask, or the couple wrestled to the ground by cops for going unmasked on a beach didn’t seem to align too well with the politician’s message to the world.

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Cops were seen tackling and choking non-compliers, shooting protesters with rubber bullets, and pepper-spraying an elderly woman in the face. Most, if not all of the videos were shot in Melbourne, in the state of Victoria.

Commenters online ridiculed Morrison. “The Prime Minister must live in a parallel universe,” former Australian Senator tweeted, while another commenter joked that Morrison should have called on the UN to “restore human rights in Australia.”

I really loved the speech Scott Morrison gave to the UN this morning. He really did paint an honest picture of what the nation is going through. He was truthful, sincere and definitely not removed from reality.

— Markus Alcornius (@Irelandish) September 25, 2021

Australia has fallen.

— Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) September 25, 2021

When governments say one thing and do another, it is time to stand up. Name one time in history, where a gov’t enacted draconian rules for the betterment of the people that worked out well for the people.

— Jackie Rombouts (@JackieRombouts) September 25, 2021

Watching police dressed like they’re ready for war with the public they are paid to protect is very worrying. It is sickening watching all the kicking people when they are down and defenceless. Where are they learning these vile tactics? So worrying for the kids of today

— Neil Ewins 🍊 (@neilorange63) September 25, 2021

Some of the world’s harshest lockdown restrictions have been applied in Australia, with the city of Melbourne set to become the world’s most locked down city early next month after authorities extended a stay-at-home order there during the week. By the time the restrictions are eased on October 26, the city will have spent nearly nine months on full lockdown.

Stay-at-home orders remain in place in Sydney too and throughout much of the state of New South Wales, and across the country, most incoming travelers have to spend two weeks in government-run quarantine camps.

While Morrison has not made Covid-19 vaccination mandatory, he has allowed private companies to require their employees to get the jab, and individual states have crafted their own jab policies. In Victoria, Premier Dan Andrews has promised to “lock out” the unvaccinated from the economy, while New South Wales has made the shot mandatory for public sector workers… with the exception of politicians.

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