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    ELLEN DeGeneres may see "big-name" companies turn their backs on her in the wake of toxic work environment allegations. In the last couple of weeks countless former employees have accused The Ellen Show of everything from bullying to racism to sexual harassment, and all the chaos may lead numerous partnerships with the talk show host to end things. 8Ellen may lose her partnerships amid "toxic" workplace claimsCredit: Getty Images In an interview with Fox Business, Nandi Welch, partner and head of business strategy for the brand strategy consultancy Rupture Studio, explained the impact that all of the allegations can have for the comedian. She said: “Ultimately, everything that happens on the show is associated with her and brands are partnering...
    Hong Kong reports highest one-day rise in COVID-19 cases Transfer news: Gimenez to Man City, Joelson to Arsenal The Stories Behind Clueless Iconic Costumes: From a Red Alaïa to Legendary Yellow Plaid 25 years ago, a movie came along that changed yellow plaid forever. Its name is Clueless.  Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT Join E!s #GlambotChallenge on TikTok! All the Details Hair flips, twirls and action! E!s Glambot director Cole Walliser wants to see your best at-home Glambot videos. Enter E!s Glambot Challenge and the top ones will go on TV. E! 6 Acts of Kindness That Will Inspire You Snoop Dogg, Kate Bosworth & More Stars Join PSA for Homeless Youth E! ...
    CORONAVIRUS epicentre Wuhan has been struck by massive floods that have reportedly left at least 121 dead or missing.  The city of 11 million people in the central Hubei province has been deluged by waters from the Yangtze River which continues to swell after weeks of torrential rain.  ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4Cars are submerged in the flooded streets of WuhanCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4The city has been hit by rain storms for weeks Credit: Getty Images - Getty 4The flooding comes after Wuhan became the centre of the Covid-19 pandemicCredit: AP:Associated Press On social media, some locals are asking whether Wuhan has become a “cursed” city, reports 7News.  The city...
    The head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday that police crowd-control chemicals cause coughing that could spread the coronavirus — and he will raise the matter with the White House task force. CDC Director Robert Redfield told the House Appropriations Committee he fears George Floyd protests across the nation will become a “seeding event” for COVID-19 and noted high pre-protest transmission rates in some cities where demonstrations are taking place. “Definitely coughing can spread respiratory viruses, including COVID-19,” Redfield said. He agreed with Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) that crowd-control chemicals can make people cough. “That’s been my experience,” he said. “I think you raise an important point,” Redfield told Pocan. “I’ll pass on this comment...