One of Australia's most popular beauty bloggers Brittney Saunders has taken to Snapchat in tears (centre) for the second time in two weeks following relationship breakdowns with her Melbourne based boyfriend Dylan Ryan. The couple (left) who had just moved in together first broke up late last month - but got back together after two days. On Tuesday the beauty blogger gave her faithful followers a glimpse into her heartache after she revealed Dylan had dumped her, and expressed her disappointment in their failed relationship. 'Dylan has broken up with me - he's left me,' she said, adding that his reason for dumping her was 'honestly really f***ing upsetting'.
'They're not in any pain, they're just sleeping': Mother of two girls who drowned breaks down as she warns parents not to have swimming pools because they are 'too dangerous'
The mother of two young girls who drowned in a swimming pool their backyard in Logan, Brisbane, on Tuesday says they are not feeling any pain now they're at peace - but has warned other parents of having pools on their properties. Patricia (bottom left) and Taya Young (bottom right), aged three and four respectively, were found unresponsive in a pool (inset) and couldn't be revived. Their devastated mother, Renise Young (top), has spoken of the tragedy and said the girls are 'just sleeping' now.
'Make it nasty at a lower volume!' Student complains about her neighbour's VERY noisy sex life and gets a hilarious apology note back
Jenna Levine, aged 19, is studying at Syracuse University in New York and posted her neighbour a card asking her to have less noisy sex. She received a very apologetic and kind response assuring Jenna that she definitely wouldn't be alone forever, along with a bar of chocolate. Jenna posted the letters on Twitter where they've been like 110,000 times and retweeted 45,000 times.
'Do as I say or f*** off': How James Packer 'tried to rush prenup with Mariah Carey past his lawyers before cancelled wedding ceremony' - as singer demands $50million 'settlement' she would have received
James Packer ordered his lawyers to rush through paperwork for his prenup to Mariah Carey so the pair (left in May) could get married on March 1, TMZ reported on Wednesday.'Do as I say or f*** off. I want to get married on March 1st. James,' he reportedly signed off one email. In the document, they agreed that Mariah (right last week) would receive $50million if they ever divorced. She is now claiming the same amount despite the fact the pair neither tied the knot nor signed the paperwork and also intends to keep her $10million engagement ring from the billionaire (inset).
'The devious little eight-legged freaks': Woman's home invaded by thousands of WOLF SPIDERS that 'play dead' to avoid extermination
Thousands of wolf spiders, pictured main, have moved into a woman's holiday home following floods in western NSW recently. The spiders were caught on video 'pretending to be dead' before escaping. Kathy Holmes , pictured inset, said the creepy crawlies were everywhere and wouldn't die.
Wee won't do it again! Two Chinese tourists violently arrested by police after being caught urinating in Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens
A pair of Chinese tourists who decided to urinate on a tree in Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens were injured in a scuffle with police after trying to resist arrest. The men, aged 41 and 66, were approached by patrolling officers at 3.25pm on Saturday and tried to walk away before a struggle ensued. Photos show the older man being pushed to the ground by an officer and he was later taken to St Vincent's Hospital with injuries to his shoulder and leg.
You're going to have to brush up on your Britishisms now you're dating a Prince! Harry's new American sweetheart takes the test and it doesn't go well - but how would you fare?
Prince Harry's rumoured new American girlfriend Meghan Markle, 35, scored just four out of 15 when she took a test on British culture earlier this year. While she was able to name an obscure real ale, Miss Markle wrongly chose Vegemite over Marmite and couldn't translate 'apples and pears' from Cockney rhyming slang. The actress (pictured taking the quiz) also couldn't name the national animals of England or Scotland, even though they both appear on the Royal coat of arms.
'No child should have to suffer this pain': Father shares a heartbreaking photo of his four-year-old daughter's brave cancer battle as she's given just weeks to live
Andy Whelan (left with Jessica), an electrician from England, shared the black-and-white image of Jessica (right) on his Facebook blog about her illness, where it's had more than 7,600 reactions. Posting the photo on Jessica Whelan - A fight against Neuroblastoma, Andy wrote: 'This is the hardest photograph I have ever made. A few days ago she was given what is most likely a few weeks to live. This was taken at a moment where we as parents could offer no comfort - Jessica pushing us away as she rode out her searing pain in solitude.'
What do YOU see in this image? Black and white optical illusion sweeping the web reveals where your priorities really lie
NEW The simple line drawing is the latest brainteaser challenging viewers. What looks like an innocent drawing could be disguising a very dirty secret. An image that could appear as two things as once - one of them rather naughty - has been sweeping the web. Which image you see first determines how obsessed with sex - or how lighthearted - you really are.
Fukushima five years on: Inside the exclusion zone around Japanese nuclear plant which is still deemed uninhabitable
Five years after a tsunami shut down the Fukushima nuclear reactor in Japan, these haunting images show how the towns inside the exclusion zone have been frozen in time. On April 22, 2011 everybody within a 12 mile radius of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station was forced to flee and the area completely cordoned off. But photographer Arkadiusz Podniesinski has gained access to the exclusion zone to take these shocking images showing animal bones on an abandoned farm (bottom left), an abandoned pachinko parlour (top left), a swimming pool (top right), a manga comic store (bottom right) and a clock shop (centre).
EXCLUSIVE: 'It's just so hard and embarrassing': 'Girl in the blue dress' who rode a bin to internet fame takes time out from her recovery to tell how the wheels fell off her Melbourne Cup day
The young lady who infamously clambered on top of a wheelie bin at the Melbourne Cup says she was 'just having a laugh' and is very embarrassed by the ordeal. The 23-year-old blonde in a blue dress made national headlines after her best-on-ground antics at Flemington on Tuesday - which included tumbling around in the bushes and clambering aboard a wheelie bin to ride it like a jockey. 'It's really hard and embarrassing,' the horse racing enthusiast - who asked not to be named - told Daily Mail Australia. The red-faced reveller said she and her housemate in the beige suit were 'just having a laugh' when the pictures were taken. The woman joined more than 97,000 rowdy revellers at Flemington Racecourse in what will be remembered as the most insane Cup day in history.
Vomiting 'green slime' and his body covered in bruises: Tragic final days of four-year-old Tyrell Cobb - as his mother and stepfather face court over his murder
Tyrell Cobb (inset), 4, was 'covered in bruises' and vomiting 'green slime' before he died on the Gold Coast more than seven years ago, a court has been told. His mother Heidi Strbak (pictured outside court), 33, and her ex-partner Matthew Scown, 33, appeared at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Wednesday for a committal hearing charged with his murder.
Fashion goes full-frontal! Leggy models storm the runway NAKED - wearing nothing but pink wigs and leather boots
Footage of the models striding along wig designer Charlie Le Mindu's catwalk wearing only hats, boots and handbags, which has racked up more than a million views on YouTube, has resurfaced online. It shows the audience jostling to take photos on their camera phones as they emerge from backstage at his On/Off showcase during London Fashion Week.
Can YOU solve the car in a box brainteaser taking the Internet by storm? Be warned, only 36 per cent of people get it right!
A new brainteaser is sweeping the web, with thousands of people trying, and failing, to work out the correct answer of which box a car is in. Posted on Brilliant.org the puzzle (pictured) has three boxes, each with a different statement on it. However only one of the statements on the boxes is correct, which allows people to work out what the answer is. Only 36 per cent of people have got it right...so can you?
Time to bail! Terrifying footage shows the moment a shark swims UNDERNEATH unsuspecting surfers at Byron Bay
Terrifying footage has emerged of a shark swimming eerily close to surfers at a popular beach in Byron Bay on Tuesday. The shark is seen swimming just beneath the surface of the water at The Pass as unsuspecting surfers paddle close by. One surfer is seen paddling into a wave right on top of the shark which was circling below. Startled onlookers have described the terror they felt watching the close encounter. Tuesday's shark sighting in Byron Bay is just the most recent in a spate of frightening encounters along the New South Wales coast, including one attack which killed a Japanese national just last year.
ISIS prisoner is blasted to pieces with an ARTILLERY GUN as two more captives are beheaded in gruesome new execution video in Syria
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Footage shows the captive kneeling in a clearing in eastern Syria before jihadists take aim with the powerful battlefield weapon. ISIS fanatics show the horrifying moment of impact in slow motion during a propaganda video, which also features two beheadings. In a film called 'Allah will be sufficient for you against them 2', the man is paraded in an orange jump suit while armed extremists dressed in black stand guard. Sickening footage then shows his body being torn apart by the impact of a heavy round.
Look out Kim K! Plus-size model claims to have the BIGGEST behind in West Africa - as her curvaceous assets cause a frenzy online
Ivory Coast-born Eudoxie Yao claims to have the biggest bottom in the whole of the nation with her pert posterior earning her a loyal social media following. Like her hero, Kim Kardashian, Eudoxie uses her extraordinary appearance to sell events, photos, and promote products. And, also like the Kardashians, the French-speaking star is a regular on local television shows.
Former dominatrix compares contractions to being hit with a 'six-foot bull whip' as she claims she used sadomasochistic experiences to cope with pain of giving birth to twins
NEW Jennifer Elliot, 38, said she used her five-year career in BDSM to help her channel her pain during childbirth. The mother-of-two from Seattle, Washington, pictured left pregnant and right as a dominatrix, switched careers to start a family. After becoming pregnant with identical twin boys, now five months old, she saw childbirth as an opportunity to explore pain.
Obese woman who piled on the pounds binge-eating after bullies called her 'fat' drops 35kg to become a toned bikini model
Grace Marriott, 21, from Colorado, vowed to get fit after her weight reached 109kg (left). The nanny, who battled bulimia in her teenage years after bullies called her fat, is now an ultra-toned fitness model (centre and right). Grace dropped 35kg after taking up bodybuilding, and appeared on stage in just a bikini at Colorado's Warrior Classic Figure contest this year.
Size matters! As Victoria Beckham and Kate Bosworth step out toting bags in varying proportions, FEMAIL rounds up the hottest trends in tiny and jumbo
The biggest accessory trend to come out of spring/summer 2017 shows has to be exaggerated bag sizes. Fendi, Valentino, and Hermes sent bags down their runways that are so itty-bitty they would barely fit keys and a lipstick, while Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, and Celine showed models with carryalls so large they could be confused for luggage. Of course, trendsetters Victoria Beckham, 42, and Kate Bosworth, 33, have already started rocking spring's hottest bags before winter even begins - and you can too, by shopping FEMAIL's picks for the chicest oversized and micro bags on the market!
The shocking moment a thug threw one punch that killed 64-year-old man in an unprovoked attack in New York City
The victim, Patrick Gorman, was walking on the southeast corner of Main Street and Queens Boulevard in Briarwood on June 26 around midnight when he was hit in the head. He later died. CCTV footage from a nearby building shows the suspect punching the man, and then walking off with a female, leaving Gorman lying on the sidewalk. EMS responded to the scene and took Gorman to a local hospital before he was pronounced dead, police said. Police hope that by releasing the footage they will be able to identify the attacker. It is one of a string of attacks on the streets of New York. The suspect is described as about 30 to 35 years old, with short black hair. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, black shorts, sneakers and holding a black bag, PIX11 reported.
Car enthusiast pays $135,000 for a 'classic' Ford Falcon - then finds out it has been modified to look like a rare model and is only worth $25,000
A red Ford Falcon (pictured) sparked a Federal Court battle after a man paid $135,000 for the 1970 sedan believing it was a rare GTHO model. The V8 car from Wodonga in Victoria was only worth $25,000. The judge hearing the case dismissed the buyer's appeal to have his money returned, concluding the seller was the victim of a fraud 30 years ago. Touring car legend Allan Moffat (inset) drove a GTHO in a 1970 television advertisement.
An exploding volcano, a nosy killer whale and a very brave skier: The new photo contest that is setting EXTREMELY high standards
The Siena International Photo Awards, held at the Teatro dei Rozzi on Sunday, revealed winners across 11 categories in total. Pictured main is Mount Etna erupting in Italy, winner of the Nature category, bottom left a killer whale drawn to a fishing boat in Tromsø, Norway, winner of the Wildlife category and bottom right a skier leaps from a 32-foot cliff, also shot in Tromso, Norway, which won the Sport category.
Chris Rushforth, 31, from Barnsley, saw over one million views when he asked his friend Carlos Wood to superglue his ears together earlier this year. Now the pair have recorded a new video which shows Chris's ears once again being the stars of the show. The new video sees a plank of wood attached to a tree before a nail gun is used to go through his ears and into the plank (pictured). Carlos, who works as a builder, posted the video on Facebook along with the comment: 'Nail gun. A bloke from Tarn. And a Tree. (NHS was not involved in the making of this video).' The more than three minute-long clip, which has already been viewed by thousands, sees Carlos prepare for the stunt by attaching the plank to the tree trunk.
'I spend my life helping others, but I couldn't help my own family': Burly snake catcher breaks down after his dogs are killed by an eastern brown
Tony Harrison, a snake catcher from the Gold Coast, has recounted in heartbreaking detail how his dogs Mamba and Gus were bitten by an eastern brown and how he didn't notice until it was too late. Mr Harrison said he spotted his pets sniffing around under the porch of his home last month, but thought they were only after a toad, so went to work. After a busy day he noticed they were acting odd and were weak, so assumed somebody had poisoned them and planned to take them to the vet in the morning. At 1am he found Mamba unconscious and Gus unable to lift his head so rushed to find help - but the animals could not be saved.
The team, led by Anna McLeod, a PhD student at ESO, based in Garching, observed ten pillars in the Carina Nebula. The spires and pillars revealed in the new images of the Carina Nebula are vast clouds of dust and gas within a hub of star formation about 7,500 light-years away. Researchers used the MUSE instrument on the Very Large Telescope, at Cerro Paranal in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile to create the animation.
Bearly made it! Wild panda trying to cross a raging river gets washed downstream before a dozen rescuers team up to save her
A wild panda in China's Sichuan province was rescued by forest workers after it tried to cross a raging river on November 1. It's thought that the panda was trying to cross the stream when it fell into the water and became distressed. Workers intervened using a tranquiliser gun before bringing it to safety. It was released back into the wild some hours later.
The unbelievable moment woman pushing a pram is almost hit by a car as she tries to cross SEVEN lanes of moving traffic
This is the heart-stopping moment a woman pushing a pram was almost hit by a car after attempting to cross a busy road to the north of Sydney but failing to see an approaching vehicle. Dramatic dash camera footage captures the moment the woman wanders into the road, weaving between vehicles as the slow down for a set of lights. She is almost hit by one car that has not come to a stop yet, but manages to pull the pram out of the way at the last second.
China as you've never seen it: Amazing collection of rare early photographs -unseen for 150 years - capturing the hustle and bustle of 19th-century life in Beijing is set to sell for £80,000
A stunning collection of rare photographs that capture day-to-day life in China 150 years ago have emerged. The 'forgotten' album by photographer Georges Morache, comprising of 41 black and white images of Beijing in the 1860s, shows busy street scenes (top right) and feature portraits of inhabitants from all walks of life, including the Grand Lama (left) and Chinese Monks. The pictures show chess players deep in concentration, musicians entertaining on the side of the road (bottom right) as well as striking images of the city's historically important architecture (the Temple of Heaven, centre).
World's top female surf stars set to 'drop in' on Cronulla as part of exciting 2016 International Beach Festival
Surf stars such as Alessa Quizon (left), Laura Enever (right) and Sage Erickson (inset) will finish off their season by competing in the International Women's Pro Surfing event in Sydney's south this weekend. The competition is headlining the 2016 International Beach Festival in and around Cronulla, which is the brainchild of Australian female surfer Sally Fitzgibbons.
That must have hurt a latte! Painful moment waitress falls through glass door after forgetting it was smashed by a burglar
A female staff member at Niugini Arabica cafe in Canberra was caught on CCTV attempting to open a glass door by backing into it while holding two coffees - forgetting the glass had been smashed out hours earlier by a burglar. The unfortunate waitress falls through the empty frame, spilling coffee all over herself. Footage shows the burglar breaking into the shop by using an axe to smash the door, before making off with nothing more than a first aid bandage.
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Burlesque dancer who lost all her hair to alopecia while pregnant shares her struggle... and reveals wearing a wig was more 'fun' when performing on stage
Megan Phillips, from Christchurch in New Zealand, was 30 weeks pregnant when her hair started to fall out. It continued to became brittle and break, before the former burlesque dancer (right) was left with no choice but to cut it off (inset). Five days later, she gave birth to her daughter India (pictured together left). Ms Phillips was diagnosed with alopecia, and hopes by sharing her story she is able to help others.
Crocodile tum glee: Reptile beats rivals to feast on dead giraffe and is so ravenous, the delighted beast buries its head inside the belly of its prey
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. A hungry crocodile fought off rivals to feed on a dead giraffe at a nature reserve in South Africa. The reptile approached the dead animal before sinking its jaws into it at Kruger National Park . The large crocodile beat other reptiles to the carcass before sinking its teeth into the 188 stone carcass at Lower Sabie on October 28. Adult crocodiles can feed on a wide range of vertebrates including, buffalo, young hippos, and large cats. But fish and smaller vertebrates often form the greatest part of their diet. Crocodiles have a reputation of being man-eaters. They account for a few hundred deaths a year. Nile crocodiles will also often scavenge from carcasses.
IceBridge, a project Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Centre in Greenbelt, Maryland, is currently flying a set of 12-hour research flights over West Antarctica, including land and sea ice. The flights are targetting the ice now, at the start of the melt season and are due to end on 19 November. Floating ice is shown left and top right, and a section of the ice sheet with mountains peaking out is shown bottom right.