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Susan Sarandon’s daughter Eva Amurri has caught the attention of the world with her response to critics of her wedding dress

Now the actress has doubled down on her stance by posting a cheeky meme.

Posting to her Instagram account in a now-deleted story, Amurri shared the infamous 1957 image of Italian actress Sophia Loren giving American model Jayne Mansfield’s cleavage a side eye.

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She labelled the judgemental Loren as ”the internet” while she labelled Mansfield as “My size 32F boobs minding their business in a Wedding dress”.

It comes as she first hit back at critics yesterday by posting a close up of her chest in the dress, writing on her Instagram story, “And to anyone scandalised by my breasts not being ‘put away’…Feel free to screenshot this for later.”

The bride chose a dress by designer Kim Kassas, which featured a low-cut, strapless corset bodice for her ceremony.

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Amurri described her love for the dress, telling People magazine, “I love how it has a vintage feel and is ultra feminine without being overly pouffy.

“I wanted to feel sexy but elegant, and I think the dress strikes the perfect balance.”

Eva Amurri’s family

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Amurri is the daughter of actress Susan Sarandon and her former partner, Italian filmmaker Franco Amurri. They had met on the set of Tempest in 1981 but did not get together until she returned to Italy to shoot Mussolini and I three years later. Their daughter was born on March 15, 1985.

However, Sarandon and Franco’s relationship fell apart soon after their child’s birth, with Sarandon entering into a relationship with actor Tim Robbins in 1988.

It was Robbins, 65, who ended up raising Amurri, as well as the children he had with Sarandon – Amurri’s half brothers, Jack Robbins, 35 and actor Miles Robbins, 32.

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Eva Amurri and her husband, chef Ian Hock

Though Robbins and Sarandon, 77, broke up in 2009, he was one of the 40 guests present at Amurri’s nuptials

Amurri also has half-siblings from her father’s side, due to his marriage to actress and producer Heide Lund, with whom he shares son Leone and daughter Augusta. He also has two stepdaughters, Tallulah and Ruby, from Lund’s previous marriage to Lord Antony Rufus Isaacs, making them Amurri’s stepsisters. All three of her sisters helped her get ready for her wedding.

This was not Amurri’s first trip down the aisle, with the 39-year-old having first been married to former Major League Soccer player and former NBC Sports broadcaster Kyle Martino on October 29, 2011. They share three children – Marlowe Mae, nine, and sons Major James, seven, and Mateo Antoni, four – all three of whom were involved her in recent nuptials to chef Ian Hock.

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Eva Amurri and family

She and Hock met later in life, dating for two years before Hock proposed to her on on February 21, 2023. They tied the knot on June 29, 2024 in a French themed wedding, a nod to their engagement location and one of Amurri’s favourite places, the gardens of the Rodin Museum.

Eva Amurri’s career

Amurri began her acting career at the tender age of seven with a role as a child in hospital in Ben Roberts.

She starred alongside her mother in the comedy film The Banger Sisters (2002), playing the daughter of her mother’s character. She also appeared alongside her mother in a 2001 episode of Friends, where her character is slapped by her mother’s character.

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Amurri also had short roles in a number of renowned sitcoms over the years, including How I Met Your Mother, House, New Girl, The Mindy Project, and Californication, where she played Jackie, a stripper, student and love interest of Hank Moody, played by David Duchovny. Since 2022 she has had a recurring role in Monarch as Young Dottie Roman.

Since 2015, she has published a blog titled “Happily Eva After”, which she continues to run successfully to this day.

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Unseen pictures from Anant-Radhikas mehendi ceremony surface online


ambaniweddingmehendi21721650815 1 Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s wedding festivities might be over, but the beautiful moments from the festivities keep surfacing online. A new picture from their mehendi ceremony surfaced online, featuring best friends Ananya Panday and Shanaya Kapoor. The two are seen posing with renowned mehendi artist Veena Nagda, showing off their elegant henna designs.

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Ananya looked gorgeous in a royal purple lehenga paired with statement jewellery. Her fingertips were adorned with mehendi, and she had a delicate circle design in the center of her palm. Shanaya dazzled in a peach traditional outfit, paired with glittering jewels. She opted for a mandala design on the back of her hand with layered tips.

In another highlight, Nita Ambani chose a unique mehendi design that included the names of her family members: Anant, Radhika, Isha and husband Anand Piramal, son Akash and his wife Shloka Mehta, along with her husband Mukesh Ambani.


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Halle Berry Doesn’t Regret Accepting Her Worst Actress ‘Catwoman’ Razzie

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Catwoman's Halle Berry looks back on epic Razzies speech for Worst Actress
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Halle Berry still stands by her iconic speech at the Razzies, 20 years later.

Since 1981, the Golden Raspberry Awards have functioned as an anti-awards show, handing out honors for the biggest failures, flops and missteps in the movie industry. In 2004, Berry, 57, made the rare decision to accept her award for Worst Actress in person, after starring in the box office bomb Catwoman.

“I’d written [my speech] within an inch of my life. I put a lot of thought into how I could do it in a fun way and let everyone know that I didn’t take it that seriously,” she told Entertainment Weekly as part of the 20th anniversary oral history of Catwoman. “You can never take away my Oscar, no matter how bad you bash me! If you say I earned this, all right, I’ll take this, too. You accept the wonderful things people say, and accept when they don’t say wonderful things.”

Berry appeared at the ceremony carrying her Best Actress Oscar for 2001’s Monster’s Ball and roasted Warner Bros. for tanking her post-Oscar cachet.

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“No, I don’t have to give this back. It’s got my name on it,” Berry said of her Oscar, before targeting the movie studio. “You don’t win a Razzie without a lot of help from a lot of people, so please indulge me … I want to thank Warner Bros. Thank you for putting me in a piece of s—, God-awful movie. It was just what my career needed, you know? I was at the top, and Catwoman just plummeted me to the bottom. Love it!”

In her interview with EW, she said that Warner Bros. knew of her intention to give a speech at the Razzies.

“The studio knew what I was going to do. I told them I wanted to take the piss out of it and laugh at it,” she said. “I don’t think it’s a God-awful film, but I was at the Razzies, so I had to do what they do; I s— on it because they s— on it! I tried to be one of them.

With 20 years of hindsight, Berry thinks the movie’s reputation is unearned. She said she holds no hard feelings for the team behind the movie and still enjoys the finished product.

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“I knew how much hard work went into it, not only on my part but on everybody’s part. You never set out to make something critics decide to pan,” Berry said. “I marveled at the fact that we did it. I got to see my version of Catwoman. I didn’t have any negative feelings.”

Berry also shared that no amount of negative reviews could knock her career off-course.

“It didn’t derail me, because I’ve fought as a Black woman my whole life. A little bad publicity about a movie? I didn’t love it, but it wasn’t going to stop my world or derail me from doing what I love to do,” she said.


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In the ’90s, Melissa Tkautz’s face – and voice – was everywhere

In the early ’90s, Melissa Tkautz was absolutely everywhere.

She got her start as a model in the ’80s, appearing in numerous ads for major brands including Qantas, and landed some small TV acting roles.

In fact, by age 17 she had more than 160 TV and print ads to her name.

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Melissa Tkautz pictured in 1997

However, the teenager was well and truly catapulted to fame in 1990 when she was cast in soap E Street, playing bad girl Nikki Spencer, at age 16.

She became a fan favourite, and the role earned her a Logie nomination.

Her co-stars on the show included Toni Pearen, who also had success as a singer and TV host, and now-Hollywood star Simon Baker, who Tkautz dated for a time.

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Tkautz quickly managed to leverage her newfound profile into a music career, performing under the name Melissa.

Much like Delta Goodrem, Tkautz’s pop prowess began with a song recorded for her on-screen character.

Suddenly, she was racing up the charts with tracks like Read My Lips, Sexy (Is The Word) and Skin to Skin.

Tkautz’s burgeoning music career caused her to quit E Street in 1991, and she released her debut album in 1992.

Melissa Tkautz in the music video for Read My Lips.

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At the 1992 Aria Awards, she won Highest Selling Single and was a nominee for Best New Talent.

That same year, Tkautz returned to her role in E Street, but the show was ultimately axed in 1993.

The end of E Street was just the start for Tkautz’s TV career.

She went on to star in some of the biggest Aussie shows of the ’90s, including Paradise Beach, Echo Point, Pacific Drive, Medivac and All Saints.

Her profile off-screen was also significant.

Ingo Rademacher and Melissa Tkautz in Paradise Beach

Tkautz regularly appeared on magazine covers and featured in advertising campaigns, and modelled in high-profile events including Australian Fashion Week.

She’s also performed on stage in The Vagina Monologues and Sleeping Beauty.

Through the years she’s continued her work with TV appearances, presenting and singing.

Tkautz released a second album in 2005, followed by a Greatest Hits album in 2012.

In 2017, she starred in the first season of The Real Housewives of Sydney.

Career aside, Tkautz is married with two children, son Cuba and daughter Ayla.

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