2021 MTV EMAs: The Complete Winners List
The awards show, hosted by Saweetie, kicked off on Sunday -- see who took home the top prizes.Some of the biggest global superstars came together for a celebration of music held at Papp László Budapest Sportaréna in Hungary on Sunday, for a night of big performances and exciting wins.
© Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Luke Toki received the most votes from the Australian public and won Big Brother VIP on Tuesday night, leaving Ellie Gonsalves and Josh Carroll as runners-up.
After a month of epic challenges, meltdowns, dramatic fights, blindsides, broken alliances and shock double-evictions, the winner of Big Brother VIP has been crowned.
Luke Toki received the most votes from the Australian public and took out the celebrity reality show on Tuesday night, leaving Ellie Gonsalves and Josh Carroll as runners-up.
The lovable larrikin will now take home a massive $110,000 in total to donate to the children's charity that once cared for his sick daughter.
Mike Tindall 'went to get a Nando's' while wife Zara was in labour
Mike Tindall infuriated his wife Zara when he went out "to get a Nando's" while she was in labour with their first child.The 43-year-old sportsman - who has Mia, seven, Lena, three, and Lucas, seven months with his spouse - recalled how he "got hungry" while waiting for her to give birth to their eldest daughter, so left the equestrian's side in order to go to Nando's, but he admitted Zara wasn't impressed by his decision.
Australian Survivor favourite and Perth father of three Luke was relieved to have broken his fourth-place curse, exclaiming after tasting victory for the first time, "I'm so happy. I cannot believe it!"
When asked by host Sonia Kruger what the win meant to him, Luke responded: "Well, it means I get to go home to Lennox and tell him that dad won." © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Luke Toki won!
"I've finally done it, I have won something and thank you to everyone that supported me. Thanks to you, Ellie and Josh, I will remember this moment forever. I love you!" he said through tears.
Luke added that he couldn't wait to visit Perth Children's Hospital Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Clinical Research with "a big stack of cash."
The finale episode was an emotional rollercoaster, which saw Ellie, Josh and Luke duke it out one last time in a challenge to win $10,000 for their charity.
Sir Rod Stewart 'praying' for biopic
Sir Rod Stewart wants to see a movie made about his life and thinks one of his sons could play him.The 76-year-old singer - who has Sarah, 58, from a teenage relationship, Kimberly, 42, and Sean, 41, with first wife Alana, Ruby, 34, with Kelly Emberg, Renee, 29, and Liam, 27, with second wife Rachel Hunter, and Alastair, 15, and Aiden, 10, with current spouse Lady Penny Lancaster-Stewart - would love to see his life story turned into a movie and even thinks it's a project his kids could get involved in.
The celebrities were tasked with spinning around hundreds of times on a swing before trying to knock down a trophy from a shelf, all while seeing stars from dizziness.
They were then forced into a chamber of freezing water to unlock a chest and retrieve two more trophies, before successfully knocking them off a shelf.
Luke was the first VIP to complete the challenge, and won $10,000 for his charity, making Luke a double-winner for a cause that's extremely close to his heart. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Influencer Josh Carroll, actress Ellie Gonsalves and Survivor star Luke Toki made it to the top three.
"I'm so happy because even if I don't win this thing it means they get something!" he told Big Brother, adding, "Ten grand is just a piece - but I want the whole cake!" he said after winning the mini challenge.
Gallery: All the Bachie contestants sent home (TV WEEK)
Konrad was sent home after Brooke decided their plans for the future were just too different, but he wished her only the best as he left the mansion.
Gaza anger mounts at cost, 'humiliation' of Egypt journeys
Gaza resident Mustafa al-Sawaf posted a scathing criticism online of the "path of humiliation" Palestinians endure when leaving the crowded enclave for Egypt, and of the companies that profit from it. - Blockaded enclave - Gaza, an impoverished territory of some two million people, where Hamas fought its most recent war with Israel in May, is a difficult place to enter or leave. Israel, which used to occupy Gaza, has maintained a strict land and sea blockade on the enclave since Hamas took it over in 2007. The Jewish state argues this is necessary to protect itself from a group labelled a terrorist organisation by much of the West.
"This was about her, this was about finding the right person for her and unfortunately that wasn't me, I will always respect her choice to not take me any further," he wrote on Instagram.
Kurt was sent home in another double elimination and took to Instagram to write: "It wasn't meant to be for us and that's ok. Whilst it hurt for a bit, I took happiness in knowing she was on the path to find her special someone."
Millie was eliminated on the same night but said there are no hard feelings between her and Brooke. "I didn't find love with @brooke.blurton, but I can honestly say that I had a truly wonderful time," she penned on Instagram.
Luca was sent home in a double elimination despite many fans thinking he had a real chance of winning Brooke's heart. "I have so much to be grateful for and smile about, Brooke and I just weren't meant to be, and that's okay," he wrote after his exit.
Super League Big Changes Tour - Part two
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Taje was one of two contestants sent home in the rose ceremony after the Mardi Gras group date, but said her tears on-screen were of "relief".
She told Ten: "Maybe it wasn't meant to be that we were together, but I wished her all the best and it was a beautiful moment to me, especially being another First Nations woman."
Steve was sent home in the double elimination, but said he "kind of knew" his time with Brooke was coming to an end.
"It's her story, her journey, her trying to find her person and it wasn't me! It was someone else in there and that's what it's all about really," he told Ten.
Ryan was sent home after a dramatic group date, in which Kurt revealed he had suspicions that Ryan was attracted to Jamie-Liee. Brooke was shocked and said "Ryan and I were probably never going to ride off into the sunset together. But hearing it involves Jamie-Lee is hard." She then sent him home at the rose ceremony.
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Jessica was one of the intruders and didn't get much time with Brooke before she was sent home.
Carissa decided to take herself out of the game last night, revealing to Brooke in an emotional chat that she couldn't fall in love in the environment of The Bachelorette.
"I listened to the connections others were forming and felt happy for both them and for Brooke," she recently told TV WEEK. "Love is such a beautiful thing and I'd never want stand in the way of that."
Bec was also sent home in the quadruple elimination, but found something positive to say when she took to social media afterwards. "So grateful for every single one of these amazing and incredible women. You are everything ????" she wrote.
Emily was another victim of the quadruple elimination and said on Instagram that even though she didn't find love on the show, she was grateful for the experience. "Unfortunately I didn't find love with Brooke but I did find it with some amazing friends I'll keep close to me forever ❤️" she penned.
How The Voice saved Channel Seven's ratings
On Sunday, James Warburton, Seven West Media CEO, hailed the singing competition The Voice Australia as a feather in the channel's cap.And the move has helped saved the network in a years of hits and misses when it came to the ratings.
Matt was the fourth person sent home in the quadruple elimination and the only man eliminated that night. After the episode aired he took to Instagram to share the "pros" from the experience, writing that he was grateful to have met Brooke, made some close friends and gotten out of his comfort zone.
Ritu was sent packing on the third night, and we'll miss her beautiful representation of her culture on the show. "Representation is important, always has been, and I'm glad I get to show up and be a part of this ????⚡️" she wrote on Instagram before she left.
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Beau was left rose-less on the second episode, but he didn't seem to cut up. "Short & sweet, just like Brookie ????????" he wrote on Instagram. "It was an epic experience nonetheless and I'm wishing all those beauties left the best of luck."
Luke's two eldest boys, Lennox and Nate, grapple with autism, while his youngest daughter, Madeline, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis shortly after being born – just six weeks before Luke left for Survivor.
After Madeline spent time in Perth Children's Hospital, Luke hoped to give back to the facility that cared for his daughter, while also hoping to support research in Cystic Fibrosis.
Chris Cuomo Must Go
New revelations show the CNN anchor betrayed his obligation to his viewers.On Monday, New York Attorney General Letitia James, whose investigation into sexual-harassment complaints against the Democratic governor precipitated his August resignation, released new documents that show how Chris mixed his roles as brother and broadcaster. The documents show that he was engaged in passing information to a top aide to the governor, Melissa DeRosa, as his brother’s team scrambled to respond to accusations. “I have a lead on the wedding girl,” he texted DeRosa, referring to a woman who complained that Andrew had made an unwanted advance at a wedding.
Later in the episode, Ellie, Luke and Josh said their final farewells to the Big Brother VIP Hotel and sat down with Sonia Kruger to reflect on their time on the show.
Ellie admitted she "came back from the dead" after being blindsided by Jess Power and Imogen Anthony last week, only to be allowed a shot at redemption in the game.
"The worst thing they possibly could have done was to keep me here and not kick me out as soon as I came back," she laughed. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Luke said he couldn't wait to visit Perth Children's Hospital Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Clinical Research with
Ellie lit up when talking about her unexpected bond with fellow housemate Caitlyn Jenner, who was eliminated two weeks ago.
"To me, Caitlyn - I was just blown away," she gushed. "She's just such a kind, funny, strong person and just such a parent and I felt like I just really connected to that."
Ellie also revealed that Caitlyn will be the one to walk her down the aisle when she marries her fiancé Ross Scutts. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Ellie lit up when talking about her unexpected bond with fellow housemate Caitlyn Jenner.
Ellie went on to reveal her fondest memory of her time in the house was winning the first challenge which allowed her to "make my mark" in the game.
"I didn't care what kind of a target that put on my back. I put myself out there, I won challenges, I just wanted to give this my all and not hold back and I think that's kind of why I'm sitting here," she said.
Ellie admitted that herself, Luke and Josh formed a "secret trio" upon her return to the house.
"We're just strong contenders. They played the game all the way through and people who I just genuinely enjoyed playing the game with. I'm honoured to be up here with these guys." © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Josh said the show taught him confidence despite his social anxiety.
Josh also reflected on his time in the house, admitting he "blacked out" when first arriving and seeing who he was up against.
"I think I just had to gather my bearings a bit and realise I do deserve to be here, I was invited," he said, adding that the show taught to have confidence.
"[I learned how to] hold a conversation without anxiety. That's probably 80 per cent of the reason that I came on here. I wanted to prove to people who have mental illness - sometimes debilitating anxiety - that you can still live a good life," he said.
"I didn't expect to change as a person and grow from it but it's been the most incredible experience."
Michael Wendler with new madness theory: Now he still believes in barcode tattoos .
After a year one has long since become accustomed to it. Michael Wendler no longer attentive through his music or participation in various trash TV shows. He really rather dissemands conspiracy theories on Instagram. Some turn (still!) Around Donald Trump and its lost presidential election, many have an anti-Semitic core and most of them still revolves around the Corona pandemic that Michael Wendler denies consistently deny.