Amber Heard has seemingly confirmed her relationship with Elon Musk. The 31-year-old actress took to Instagram on Sunday to share a photo of herself with the 45-year-old billionaire at dinner together in Australia. In the snap Amber's dark red lipstick could be seen on the Tesla co-founder's cheek (center picture). She drew attention to the lip-marking in the photo by captioning it: 'Cheeky.' The Tesla and SpaceX billionaire also posted a similar snap, captioned 'Having moo moo at Moo Moo Gold Coast with @AmberHeard, @CreepyPuppet and @CowanFilms.' Earlier this pair were pictured holding hands (left) and ziplining (right) at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia. In May last year, Amber called time on her 15-month marriage to Johnny Depp (pictured together inset). The actress was granted a restraining order after accusing him of domestic abuse. But she filed court papers to dismiss the domestic violence case against him once they agreed on a reported $7million divorce settlement. Musk has been married three times, firstly to Justine Wilson between 2000 and 2008; and twice to English actress Talulah Riley, firstly from 2010 to 2012, before remarrying in 2013 only to divorce again in 2016.
Sean Hannity is forced to deny he sexually harassed a former Fox News contributor who claims the prime time host made 'advances' at her and invited her back to his hotel room
Debbie Schlussel said the prime time host invited her back to his hotel in Detroit after a debate. After she turned down his advances, she claims she wasn't invited back on his show. In an interview with Tulsa, Oklahoma-based radio host Pat Campbell, she said: 'This kind of stuff is all over the place at Fox News and anything that has to do with Sean Hannity.' Her comments came just two days after Bill O'Reilly was fired from Fox News over similar allegations. Hannity strenuously denied the allegations, and insisted Schlussel was just seeking attention.
The new French Revolution: Europhile newcomer Emmanuel Macron and far-Right darling Marine Le Pen to face off for presidency after stunning first round result sees France kick out the old guard
France's far right candidate Marine Le Pen (left) and centrist independent Emmanuel Macron (right) have made it into the second round of France’s presidential elections. According to France's Interior Ministry, 46 million people voted in the first stage of the elections which knocked the traditional Right and Left parties out of the running for the first time in 60 years. With 97 per cent of the vote counted, Macron is leading with 23.9 per cent, followed by Le Pen on 21.4 per cent. Conservative candidate Francois Fillon has 19.9 per cent while far-left Jean-Luc Melenchon on 19.6 per cent. The result will have major implications for Britain and its departure from the EU. Miss Le Pen wants to completely renegotiate France’s relationship with Brussels while Mr Macron wants closer links. Le Pen told her supporters, who were seen waving flags saying ‘Marine Presidente' inscribed on them (inset), said: 'It is time to liberate the French people from the arrogant [political] elite.' Macron has praised his supporters for a campaign that ‘changed the course of our country.’
'At the age of 17, Emmanuel told me he'd marry me': How 39-year-old Macron's wife - his former teacher 25 years his senior - hopes to become France's next first lady at the age of 64
Brigitte Trogneux, now 64, was once the drama coach of center-Left candidate Emmanuel Macron, 39, who exit polls predicted will be the next president. Miss Trogneux on Sunday night stood by her husband waving and grinning broadly. Speaking after France’s two main parties were kicked out of the election race, Mr Macron said: ‘We have turned a page in French political history.’
How Happy Days actress Erin Moran, 56, spent her final days 'broke and homeless after being kicked out of her mother-in-law's trailer park home in drunken brawl' before dying of suspected heroin overdose
Happy Days actress Erin Moran spent her final days reportedly broke and homeless after she was kicked out of mother-in-law's trailer park house in drunken street brawl before she died at the age of 56 on Saturday. Moran, who shot to fame playing teenager Joanie Cunningham in 1970s sitcom Happy Days (inset), was found dead in Indiana. Her fellow co-stars were quick to pay tribute to the actress who was in an apparent downward spiral after it was reported she had squandered away her money and was without a permanent place to live. It is suspected she died of a heroin overdose. Child actor advocate Paul Petersen commented on the heartbreaking loss and said on Sunday that his team did its best with the actress but she 'ran from the help'.
Barack down to business: Obama heads to his old stomping ground in Chicago's South Side to meet at-risk youths ahead of his first major post-presidency speech
Former President Barack Obama (seen above in the center) met Sunday with at-risk young men and boys in his hometown of Chicago before his first major post-presidency speech. The former president spent time at a roundtable with youth in South Side Chicago where Obama started as a community organizer at age 25. The meeting marks Obama's return to public life after he left the White House. Spokesman Kevin Lewis says Obama listened to the young men's stories and shared some of the challenges that he faced growing up.
The First Ladies: Melania and Ivanka have 'frosty' relationship because Trump's eldest daughter frequently fills role as First Lady, claims magazine
Melania and Ivanka have a reported frosty relationship as Trump's eldest daughter has frequently filled the role as First Lady in Melania's absence, insiders revealed to Vanity Fair in an article published on Sunday. Although a White House spokesperson denied the allegations by saying the two women have always had a close bond, the frigid relationship could stem from Ivanka taking on more roles associated with the First Lady.
'It's a different kind of Presidency': Trump dismisses First 100 Days marker as 'not very meaningful' in wide-ranging interview on everything from tax cuts to his TV habits
For nearly 100 days, President Donald Trump has rattled Washington and been chastened by its institutions. He's startled world leaders with his unpredictability and tough talk, but won their praise for a surprise strike on Syria. He's endured the steady drip of investigations and a seemingly endless churn of public personnel drama. 'It's a different kind of a presidency,' Trump(pictured right with son-in-law Jared Kushner) said in an Oval Office interview with The Associated Press.
'I can't believe this happened to me again': Devastated woman's daughter is shot dead in her car, almost 20 year after her other girl was kidnapped and murdered aged 10
A woman who lost her daughter to a murder nearly 20 years ago is once again dealing with tragedy following the violent death of another daughter. Casey Eaton (bottom left inset), 34, was shot dead in a car in Kansas City, Kansas, on Wednesday, according to KSHB-TV. Police arrested Emenencio Lansdown (bottom right inset) early Friday morning in connection with Eaton's death. Eaton's mother, Cherri West (left), lost another daughter, Pamela Butler (top left inset), who was kidnapped in front of her home and murdered in 1999. Her killer, Keith Nelson (top right inset), was sentenced to death.
'I didn't want a baby hurt': Charity worker hero explains why he stood up to aggressive American Airline flight attendant who made mother cry when he yanked stroller out of her arms'
The man who stood up for a weeping mother-of-two after an American Airlines employee hit her in the head with a metal stroller while yanking it out of her hands has been identified. Insurance agency president and Texas church deacon Tony Fierro (pictured left in a professional photo and right in the video), 42, was filmed stepping in to defend the woman (inset) in the Friday incident, demanding the flight attendant's name and nearly getting into a fight. 'A baby almost got hurt. That's what just fired me up, so that was it,' he told by WFAA on Saturday. 'I don't want to make a big deal about it.'
'He has traumatic injuries': Reality star Kim Zolciak's son Kash, four, is rushed to hospital for emergency surgery after being attacked by a dog
Kim Zolciak's son Kash was bitten by a dog on Saturday. The four year old child was rushed to the hospital where he was operated on. His mother said he had 'traumatic injuries.' The child is still in the hospital as of Sunday and his mother, who is a star on the Real Housewives Of Atlanta as well as Don't Be Tardy, was sharing photos from after the incident on social media.
Florida teen, 17, wears a Black Lives Matter prom dress depicting the faces of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and Sandra Bland
A 17-year-old from Palm Beach, Florida wore a prom dress showing the faces of slain black men and women. Milan Morris modeled the Black Lives Matter inspired dress before prom. She captioned the photo: 'Yes I'm black. Yes I'm 17. Yes GOD is using me to convey a message that's bigger than me. #AllLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #MoveWithPurpose'
An unsettling video of a shark feeding frenzy in Port Stephens of NSW was captured on a drone. The birds-eye-view footage shows the gam of sharks feeding on fleeing mullet at Fingal Bay. Swarms of fish can be seen being chased away through the light green water. The footage was uploaded by Damian Hurley and recorded earlier this month.
What pressure? Pilot shows remarkable cool as he successfully crash lands his plane after an engine failed midair
The video out of Taichung, Taiwan shows when a pilot has to make the heart stopping decision to land. The passenger in the plane catches the pilot's serene reaction on video.
Joan Crawford and Bette Davis finally get their happy ending in 'Feud' finale with the Hollywood stars apologizing and forging a new friendship in scene that turns out to be a hallucination
'Feud' finished out its nine-episode run on Sunday night by giving its two leading ladies the one thing both seemed to want so badly but were so afraid to admit - a friendship. It came towards the end of the finale when a caner-stricken Crawford (played by Jessica Lange) awoke to hear the voices of her recently departed Hollywood cohorts Hedda Hopper (played by Judy Davis) and Jack Warner (played by Stanley Tucci) as the two exchanged stories over drinks. Crawford approached the two in her nightgown but then, in an instant, was transformed to her younger days, taking a seat at the table in a stunning red dress while showing off her old brunette bouffant.
Dashcam footage captures the terrifying moment a four-year-old girl falls out the back door of a church van onto a highway, suffering a broken jaw
This is the horrifying moment a toddler fell out the back door of a church van onto Highway 65 in Harrison, Arkansas. Ryan Ciampoli, an emergency medical technician, was driving behind the van and rescued the four-year-old. The moment the unnamed girl fell out of the moving van was caught on his dashcam.
Daughter sues her 'self-involved' mother for 'frittering away more than $13m of her inheritance - so she could buy cars and a $6m mansion next to Gwyneth Paltrow in the Hamptons'
A Long Island mom has been accused of selling the properties bequeathed to her daughter in order to fund a lavish lifestyle, including buying expensive cars and a Hamptons mansion. Elizabeth Marcus (pictured in left image, left-hand side) was left the huge portfolio by her father, real-estate investor Alan J Marcus, when he died in 1994. But according to a case in Bronx Surrogate's Court, mom Geraldine Lettieri (also pictured left) has been frittering it away on cars and a mansion (pictured right and inset). Elizabeth claims in court papers that her mom is 'irrational, self-involved, and solely motivated by money and greed' and only married her dad for the money, according to the New York Post. She says Lettieri sold six apartments in a Manhattan block worth $1 million each, and an entire Brooklyn apartment block for $13 million.
'People were screaming "get them out". The whole sky was black': At least three children are among five killed after a catastrophic fire tears through a house in Queens
A fire in Queens on Sunday afternoon has killed five people, including three children, the city police fire department said. The three-alarm blaze broke out in a two-story home at 112-16 208th St in Queens Village close to 2:30pm, according to authorities. The blaze broke out when a car parked next to the home caught fire. The victims were 2-year-old Chase Green, 9-year-old Ray Shawn Matthew, 14-year-old Jaden Foxworth, 20-year-old Destiny Vickers, and 45-year-old Maurice Matthew, police sources said.
Antique airplane collector, 54, dies after crashing a First World War-era bi-plane into an empty field in California
A California man who collected vintage aircraft was killed Sunday morning when the replica World War One-era bi-plane (main and top inset) he was piloting crashed into a field just east of Paso Robles. Javier Arango (bottom left), 54, was identified as the victim in the crash. He was pronounced dead at the scene. People who knew Arango said he was known in the community as an avid aviation lover and pilot. Arango also liked to collect antique planes. He was a member of the board of the Smithsonian Institute’s National Air and Space Museum.
Gruff riders! Adorable pygmy goats are treated to a police escort after they are found wandering around Maine town
Two pygmy goats named Louis and Mowgli were found in a women's garage in Belfast, Maine after they had escaped from their home and were wandering around the area. The animals had been snacking on cat food and Officer Daniel Fitzpatrick used a cat leash to lead them into his squad car. The trio drove around looking for the goats' owner as Fitzpatrick fed them carrots and celery. 'Got goats? We do, and they do not belong to us,' the Belfast Police Department posted on Facebook.
The big friendly giant: Seven-foot Great Dane weighs the same as a baby ELEPHANT at 216 pounds and eats 35 POUNDS of meat each week
The huge hound, called Balthazar, tipped the scales at 15st 6lbs during a recent trip to the vets. And he measures a whopping 3ft 3in from his paw to his shoulder but is 7ft from his nose to his tail. Now his owners Vinnie (pictured left), 46, and Dixie Monte-Irvine, 39, from Nottingham, say they are shocked at how big their five-year-old pooch (pictured with the family's daughter Francesca, 11, bottom right) has become.
Human fireballs and tanks rolling on Berlin are depicted in terrifying re-enactment of the final European battle of the Second World War outside Moscow
The huge demonstration was carried out in Kubinka, outside Moscow, when members of historical groups donned Nazi uniforms to replicate the battle for Berlin. In early 1945, after it became clear that Hitler's troops were going to be defeated, Soviet marshals Georgy Zhukov and Ivan Konev competed to be the first to enter the Nazi capital.
A group of lucky scuba divers were treated to a spectacular show after a false killer whale circled them and dived in and out of the water in an extraordinary display (pictured left and right). The stunning underwater footage was taken by Australian diver Scott Portelli while on a trip to the Polynesian island of Tonga.