Miley Cyrus has escaped to the Southern hemisphere. The singer was spotted with her Liam Hemsworth out to lunch in Australia, along with her pal Katy Weaver. The group of friends along for the meal were all wearing summer looks as Australia enjoys plenty of sun. The couple was rumored to both be wearing rings, as well.
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Harry Styles had fans Down Under dropping to the floor at a concert on Sunday night—and not just for what he had to say about the nation’s gay marriage vote. The singer had to stop in the middle of his show in order to make time for the rescue of fans who had fainted in the front row.
Australia’s mail-in vote on gay marriage equality is finally over. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said his country’s citizens “voted overwhelmingly yes for marriage equality” and pledged to pass the necessary legislation by Christmas. Stars with and without Australian connections celebrated the news. Miley Cyrus might not need the new law to marry her Aussie boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, but she’s excited all the same. So are tons of other celebs
Paris Jackson had a little fun at Taylor Lautner’s expense this week. The often shirtless spiritual guru is Down Under doing interviews, and was asked by the infamous pranksters on the “Hamish & Andy” show to prank call a friend in an Aussie accent.
Paris had apparently never tried to talk like an Australian before, but she still was able to fool her pal. For her prank, Paris pretended to be an Australian fan of Taylor’s who was really disappointed he can’t actually turn into a wolf.
Ariana Grande has still got it–or maybe she found it somewhere along the way. Her “Dangerous Woman Tour” kicked off in February to rocky reviews from American critics. After the Manchester arena bombing, it looked like Ari might call it quits, but she’s marched on with her stadium show through sympathetic Europe, stylish South America and harshly critical Asia.
That perseverance might’ve paid off thanks to a glowing new review of her set from Australia. Writing for Noisey, critic Richard S. He shared a glowing review of the “Dangerous Woman Tour,” complete with rhapsodic waxing about what Ariana means to the world’s culture at large.
Australia has just closed voter enrollment for a September 12 survey that will determine the future of gay marriage in the country. As the campaign intensifies in the final weeks leading up to the home survey vote, one of the sides is taking some liberties with its advertising–liberties like faking celebrity endorsements.