Natarsha Belling’s phallic neckline causes an internet storm sensation

bellingIf you’re going to wear a green jacket, please don’t wear this!

It is a shame that nobody gave this advice Network Ten’s Eyewitness News anchor Natarsha Belling.

I do wonder if the ‘tenplay’ web address is a euphemism for something too. If you ‘eyewitness’ this news, I’m pretty sure you’re not going to unsee it!

Forget about the “Belling” name, there is almost a bell-end in this pic.

20 times The Chase was the funniest show on television

20 times The Chase was the funniest show on TV
They’re not always this serious (Picture: ITV)

Quiz shows and gut busting laughter don’t always come hand in hand but hit ITV gameshow The Chase has successfully chased away the stereotype that the format is dull and boring.

Presented by Bradley Walsh, a man now renowned for his unique corpsing at rude and weird questions, The Chase regularly throws in special moments that have the audience spitting out their afternoon tea.

20 times The Chase was the funniest show on TV

Who can forget the infamous Fanny Schmelar question?

From beavers, dumps, fanny thrush and great big sausages, here are 20 times which prove that if you want a genuine belly laugh then you shouldn’t be watching sitcoms; you should be tuned in to The Chase.

The time when Bradley Walsh couldn’t cope with Dick Tingeler and Willi Wakker…

The time when chaser Shaun Wallace announced that he was the best dumper in town…

The time when a contestant got VERY enthusiastic about sausages…

The time when a contestant threesome almost happened…

The time when Bradley Walsh and chaser Anne Hegerty were tickled by a very rude name…

The time when Bradley Walsh tried to compose himself after falling over…

The time when Ann Widdecombe almost destroyed the entire show…

The time when Bradley Walsh couldn’t tell the difference between Shaun Williamson and his EastEnders character, Barry…

The time when wildlife expert Chris Packham gave us the lowdown on cockchafers…

The time when Lesley Joseph got very stern at a rude question involving Fanny Thrush…

The time when a new rude Roald Dahl story was invented…

The time when Bradley Walsh ruined a final chase by badly mispronouncing the word midge…

The time when Bradley Walsh advised a contestant to get some cream for her thrush…

The time when a straight-faced contestant gave Bradley Walsh and chaser Paul Sinha a wildlife lesson that left them in stitches…

The time when Mark Labbett was The Grinch and Shaun Wallace was a panto dame…

The time when Bradley Walsh was given the hardest ever question to read out…

The time when a camel toe caused awkwardness…

The time when a contestant broke the buzzer…

The time when cock shots and beavers caused chaos…

The time when Bradley Walsh and a contestant struggled with an image of a giant cock in Trafalgar Square…

Blurred Lines jury awards Marvin Gaye family $7m

Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke perform at the Grammy Awards - 25 January 2015

A jury in the United States has ruled that the writers of Blurred Lines – one of the best-selling singles of all time – copied a Marvin Gaye track.

Jurors in Los Angeles decided that the 2013 single by Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke breached the copyright of Gaye’s 1977 hit Got To Give It Up.

The family of the late soul singer has been awarded $7.3m (£4.8m) in damages.

Thicke and Williams denied copying the hit, and their lawyer said musicians would find the ruling chilling.

Gaye died in April 1984, leaving his children the copyright to his music.

His children – Nona, Frankie and Marvin Gaye III – sued the singers in 2013. Nona wept as the verdict was read in court.

“Right now, I feel free,” she told reporters after the ruling. “Free from… Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke’s chains and what they tried to keep on us and the lies that were told.”

In court, Williams had told jurors that Gaye’s music was part of the soundtrack of his youth but he insisted it was not on his mind when he wrote the song.

But the musician recognised a likeness between the songs and agreed he was “channelling… that late-70s feeling” when he co-wrote the song.

Thicke testified that he had contributed little to the writing of the song.

The hit, which earned a Grammy nomination, generated more than $16m (£10.8) in profits and made more than $5m (£3m) for both stars.