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Andrew Le Page's luxury Dubai life as he looked unrecognisable before Love Island
Tasha Ghouri since day one in the villa, showed interest in newcomer Coco Lodge last night and kissed her on the terrace.It comes as Casa Amor begins to wreak havoc on the Islanders' relationships, and it seems like no one is safe.Earlier in the show, Tasha and Andrew had agreed to only focus on each other, but it looks like he’s changed his mind after the new girls told him they thought Tasha was using him.Throughout parts of the show, Andrew has gone unnoticed by viewers, and he and Tasha have nearly been voted out twice by the public.But as he enters his “villain era”, viewers are starting to pay him more attention.Here’s everything you need to know about Andrew’s life outside the villa, including his luxury Dubai lifestyle and unrecognisable pre-Love Island look.Although originally from Guernsey, Andrew now lives in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.The 27-year-old is a real estate agent who works for Betterhomes LLC.Andrew lives in an apartment that offers expansive views over Dubai.The Love Island star regularly posts pictures of his luxury life in Dubai on his Instagram, showing him golfing, going to fancy restaurants and relaxing at beach bars.As well as being a real estate agent, Andrew’s Instagram bio also reveals that he’s a qualified personal trainer.Before making the move to Dubai, he worked at Upgrade Fitness, a gym in Guernsey.And in pictures from his PT days, Andrew looks almost unrecognisable.While on Love Island Andrew has sported short hair and a clean-shaven face.But in photos from his pre-love Island days, the 27-year-old has long dark locks and facial hair.Fans have gone crazy for the long hair in the comments of his old Insta photos.One person commented: “The longer hair is soooooo hot!”While
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‘Lightyear’ reportedly banned in 14 countries over same-sex kiss scene
Pixar’s upcoming Toy Story spin-off movie Lightyear has reportedly been banned in 14 countries, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, due to a scene that depicts a same-sex kiss.The scene depicting a lesbian space ranger named Alisha and her partner sharing a brief kiss had originally been cut by Disney, but was reinstated after Pixar animators penned an open letter criticising the company for censoring “overtly gay affection” in its films.As a result, the film will not be screened in cinemas across Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Egypt, Malaysia, Indonesia and more, Reuters has reported. Disney has yet to comment.The United Arab Emirates’ National Media Council announced via Twitter on Monday (June 13) that the film will not be licensed for screening in cinemas “due to its violation of the country’s media content standards”.The animated film "LIGHTYEAR" is not licensed to be shown in the cinemas of the #UAE.#UAE_BARQ_EN pic.twitter.com/tyeXxWHFe6— UAE BARQ (@UAE_BARQ_EN) June 13, 2022A Variety report also claims that the film was initially approved for release in the UAE, but had its license revoked after posts on social media accused the film of insulting Muslims and Islam.According to Variety, a source close to Malaysia’s Film Censorship Board had asked for edits to the film.
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