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Monday, 24 April 2017

Texting Story App + 'Ladies night out' VIDEO

Have you seen the new app called Texting Story?

It's a super simple to use app which turns your texts into a video... which you can then share online, often for a bloody good laugh.


Like this one, going viral. WATCH + LAUGH!


Posted on the Open Minded Mothers Facebook page, at last count it had over 17 million views, over 69,000 likes, and over 365,000 shares, it's just TOO good! Those expletives!! That backtracking on what we REALLY wanna say to our partners... I kinda feel like relationships are one BIG, lonnnng conversation which goes from wanting to say 'shut the fuck up', and changes it to a far more friendly, "Okay, babe! Whatever you want babe! Love ya babe!"

HA!

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'The Voice' Australia 2017: VIDEOS

'The Voice' Australia is back!

Are you a fan? Many say the blind auditions - when the coaches/mentors have their backed turned to hear the contestants sing and base their decision on seeing them through to the next round - are the best part.

Here is a sneak peek of their song on tonight's show, where Seal, Delta Goodrem, Kelly Rowland and Boy George sing 'Vertigo'



And, the coaches taking their seats:



Relive some of the best 2016 moments... and check back in here for new videos:








Sophie Monk: 'The Bachelorette' 2017 Confirmed VIDEOS

So, yes... the BIG news in TV is that Sophie Monk is 'The Bachelorette'. For real.

YUP.

The woman who publicly says that her love life is in the doldrums and has been unlucky in love has now been plucked by VERY clever Channel Ten network execs and named as this year's new 'Bachelorette'.

Josie's Juice thinks this is kinda PERFECT!

Photo: Channel Ten
Here she is talking about the catalyst for her decision to be said reality TV star... her mum!

Watch:



Soph may have and her fair share of her high profile boyfriends, including Hollywood actor Sam Worthington, musician Benji Madden, even and footballer Eric Grothe Junior, but the 37-year-old will now spend the coming months seeing if she can score her perfect BF as the star of Channel Ten’s hit show. Previous Aussie Bachelorette's have been: Georgia Love and Sam Frost.

Here is what Georgia Love - last year's The Bachelorette - says about life after the show, on the Logies red carpet:



Sophie is no stranger to taking the piss out of herself... and lining others up to do the same. See clip below, with her recent interview with Tom Gleeson on 'The Weekly' TV show:

One thing is for sure... she will make for INTERESTING TV. We say, bring it!



Sophie on KIIS with Kyle and Jackie O:



Here are some old clips of Sophie, then... click on THIS link (but not at work! NSFW!) which is one of Josie's Juice all time viewed posts... it's Playboy, she's hot, and Josie's Juice readers clearly LOVE a good ol' perve... CLICK ON THAT LINK HERE.

Here is how Sophie herself broke the news... she is wetting her pants, people. Love ;)



Sophie is no stranger to TV. She has been on all these shows, PLUS she got her start on one of the very first reality TV shows in Australia, 'Popstars', where she was teamed up with fellow singers to create Bardot:



As one of the judges on 'Australia's Got Talent':


And as one of the contestants on 'The Celebrity Apprentice' Australia:

Sophie Monk, sitting, with the cast of Celebrity Apprentice Australia, from left to right: Gabi Grecko, Blake Garvey, Geoffrey Edelstein, James Mathison, Gina Liano, Richard Reid, Monk, Mel Greig, Esther Anderson, Matt Cooper, Tim Dormer and Tegan Martin. Photo: Supplied
 Good luck, Sophie!

Logies 2017: VIDEO Highlights

Did you watch the TV Week Logie Awards? Or missed it? Or simply could not last the distance?

We have your back!

Josie's Juice is a steadfast aficionado of "TV's night of nights" and watched it (at someone's holiday home this time), Instagrammed, recorded, and will watch again.

Here are the highlights for you! You are welcome:

First! The 2017 Gold Logie winner, Samuel Johnson:



And... one YouTuber posted the same speech - with subtitles. We are sure it's not a pisstake... we LOVE Molly, and we think he's doing so, so well since his accident recovery:



THE Jessica Mauboy performance! A mash up of her hits... girl can DANCE!



The Amber Sherlock pisstake of 'jacketgate' (I really like Amber a lot... we've met at kiddies media events and I think she was crucified over that clip. Pete and Kat... you are so cheeky):



Casey Donovan's gorgeously sung tribute to those who died in the past 12 months:



James Blunt's new song performance:



The tribute to Logies hall of fame inductee, Kerri-Anne Kennerley:



The full version of her speech here:



Dannii Minogue and Tina Arena on stage and laughing at a mini Dannii during their shared YTT days (that's 'Young Talent Time' to the non hardcore fans... like us!):



And some snippets of the red carpet broadcast for you (I know, I know - we've thought of everything...).

Wait here is the WHOLE red carpet: click HERE.

Or, hey the WHOLE CEREMONY... All three hours of it?

CLICK THIS LINK HERE.









Shane Jacobsen in the veryyyy early days? It's here. CLICK on this link.

Adding 'diversity' to TV - CLICK ON THIS LINK HERE.

Tina Arena and Dannii Minogue extended version: CLICK HERE.

Now, Dave Hughes's monologue... did he go too far?

Here it is in FULL:



Here is one opinion from KIIS FM's John Caldwell:



And here is the full list of Logies 2017 winners:

Best Personality On Australian TVSamuel Johnson
Hall of Fame InducteeKerri-Anne Kennerley
Graham Kennedy Award For Most Outstanding NewcomerElias Anton
Most Outstanding ActorHenry Nixon
Most Outstanding ActressAnna Torv
Most Outstanding Supporting ActorDamon Herriman
Most Outstanding Supporting ActressDebra Lawrance
Most Outstanding Entertainment ProgramHave You Been Paying Attention?
Most Outstanding Comedy Program
Please Like Me

Most Outstanding Children's Program
Little Lunch: The Nightmare Before Graduation
Best ActorSamuel Johnson
Best ActressJessica Marais
Best PresenterWaleed Aly
Best New TalentRob Collins
Best Drama ProgramMolly
Best Entertainment ProgramHave You Been Paying Attention?
Best News Panel Or Current Affairs Program
The Project
Best Reality ProgramThe Block
Best Sports Program
The NRL Footy Show
Best Lifestyle Program
The Living Room
Best Factual Program
Gogglebox Australia
Most Outstanding Drama SeriesA Place To Call Home
Most Outstanding Miniseries or TelemovieThe Kettering Incident
Most Outstanding Sports CoverageRio 2016 Olympic Games
Most Outstanding News Coverage"Sky News Election Coverage 2016" Sky News
Most Outstanding Public Affairs Report"Australia’s Shame" Four Corners
Most Outstanding Factual or Documentary ProgramConviction

Here are some snaps for you, from TV Week site:













Saturday, 22 April 2017

'13 Reasons Why': Netflix Phenomenon - VIDEO

You've very likely heard about '13 Reasons Why'... but why the deafening buzz?

Before we dissect the show seemingly everyone is talking about, here is the trailer for the show streaming right now on Netflix Australia and New Zealand, and globally:




Based on the best selling global novel by Jay Asher, '13 Reasons Why' launched on Netflix Australia on Friday March 31.

Executive produced by singer and actress Selena Gomez, with episodes directed by Academy Award winner Tom McCarthy (Spotlight), '13 Reasons Why follows teenager Clay Jensen (incredible newcomer Dylan Minnette) as he returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it on his porch. Inside he discovers cassettes (remember those?) recorded by Hannah Baker (equally talented newcomer Katherine Langford) —his classmate and crush - who tragically committed suicide two weeks earlier.


On tape, Hannah explains that there are thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Will Clay be one of them? If he listens, he’ll find out how he made the list.

The viewer sees Hannah and Clay’s dual narratives, with '13 Reasons Why' weaving a gut wrenching story of teenage life that will deeply affect viewers.

Josie's Juice is a proud Netflix 'StreamTeam' blogger and has watched the series. Her nine year old... keen as, but it's a few years off for her. But the lessons... oh, the lessons. Filed for future use.

To subscribe to Netflix, go here: https://www.netflix.com

The show has come under scrutiny as, only three weeks since it started streaming on Netflix, and just a few days ago, the national Headspace School Support program, which supports school communities in the aftermath of a suicide, and eHeadspace, the national online and over-the-phone counselling service, issued a statement, in light of receiving a growing numbers of calls and emails directly related to the TV series.

“National and international research clearly indicates the very real impact and risk to harmful suicide exposure leading to increased risk and possible suicide contagion,” National manager of Headspace School Support, Kristen Douglas, said.

Meanwhile head of eHeadspace - Dr Steven Leicester - said professionals working for the service had been dealing with a steady stream of concerned parents and young people since the show first aired.

“There is a responsibility for broadcasters to know what they are showing and the impact that certain content can have on an audience – and on a young audience in particular,” he said. 

The foundation has urged schools, as well as parents, and mental health services to be aware of the dangers and risks associated for children and young people who have been exposed to the content of the program.

The warning at the end of each story on suicide on TV or in print media is important and there for a reason.

Here is that statement:

If you, or someone you know, is going through a hard time, support is always ready for you. 

If you need support, you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14. To contact SANE, a national charity helping Australians affected by mental illness, call their helpline on 1800 187 263. If you’re in an emergency, call 000.




'Girlboss': Netflix NEW show - VIDEO

Wanting a new show to sink yoiur teeth into on Netflix?

'Girlboss' is it.

'Girlboss' is inspired by the New York Times best-selling book #Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso, founder of the fashion brand Nasty Gal.

This just released (from off the satellite from April 21) The series centers on Sophia (Britt Robertson), who began selling vintage clothes on eBay and, by the age of 28, had built the multi-million dollar fashion empire, Nasty Gal.

Girlboss stars Britt Robertson (as Sophia), Ellie Reed (as Annie), Alphonso McAuley (as Dax), Johnny Simmons (as Shane) and Dean Norris (as Jay).
Girlboss is created by and executive produced by Kay Cannon, with Charlize Theron and Laverne McKinnon, Christian Ditter and Sophia Amoruso as executive producers.

Are you already a Netflix user? Start watching Girlboss HERE: https://www.netflix.com/title/80115671

SUBSCRIBE to Netflix here: http://bit.ly/29qBUt7


Josie's Juice - a proud Netflix SteamTeam blogger - has started watching it and it is AWESOME. We are hooked!

See the trailer here:






Thursday, 20 April 2017

Serena Williams Pregnant: PHOTO

Serena Williams is pregnant!

The baby will be the first child for Serena, 35, an her fiancΓ© Alexis Ohanian, 33.


Serena posted this photo on her social media page - on Snapchat - then promptly deleted it. 


It was captioned with 20 weeks.


Serena is the greatest active female tennis star as a 23-time Grand Slam champion.

Serena revealed in late December on Reddit that she is engaged to the social network's co-founder Alexis Ohanian, 33. They have not commented at all on her baby bump photo.
The two have recently been vacationing in Tulum, Mexico - which you could now consider is a babymoon!
Serena recently posted on her Instagram page a sweet photo of her fiancΓ© smiling while carrying her on a beach, writing, "My only regret is not pointing my toe sorry coach Garry." See that post below:

A post shared by Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) on


HUGE congrats Serena and Alexis!