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Sony’s PS5 controller is the most magical part of the next-gen console

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The first time I picked up the DualSense controller, I thought: it’s like a little living thing in my hands. I was playing , a free PS5 game designed to highlight the new controller’s features. But, I also wondered: How many other PS5 games are going to take advantage of its wild, subtle features?

Gaming hardware that reaches out and surprises is pretty rare. Usually, it’s Nintendo’s domain: the detaching, docking, transforming , or the Wii’s free-wheeling controllers. The and are pretty astonishing. Add to that list the ‘s magical new version of its controller, now called DualSense instead of the older DualShock designation. 

The PlayStation 5 is a graphically overloaded console with lots of potential, but its standout feature is clearly the upgraded DualSense. Launching Astro’s Playroom, the game preinstalled on the PS5, you get a showcase of what it can do. Its triggers stop and start to make it seem like you’re gripping ledges or pulling back bowstrings. Walking across ice, the controller tinkles and taps just perfectly to make it seem like I can feel the crunchy surface. The DualSense’s vibrational haptics really do create moments where I can almost touch the game.

The PlayStation 5 should get its own in the next couple of years. But in the meantime, the DualSense offers a little promise of what Sony’s immersive gaming steps could head to next.

But how many games will showcase these new features and will developers take the time? New interfaces are risky. Sometimes, as was the case with the Nintendo Wii, Wii U and even the Joy-Cons on the Switch, it’s not easy to get other games to come aboard.

“Following discussions with game developers, we realized that ‘sense of touch’ within gameplay hasn’t been a focal point for many games in the PS4 generation,” says Takeshi Igarashi, VP of the Peripheral Design Department at Sony Japan, over email. 

Sony has leaned on its own creative team to showcase the possibilities. Japan Studios’ Team Asobi has made games showcasing the PlayStation 4’s camera and PlayStation VR headset, and Astro’s Playroom does the same for the PS5. It’s as much a tutorial for new owners as it is an inspirational attempt to spark what other game developers could do next.

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Astro’s Playroom was built to show off the DualSense controller. It’s also a guided tour.

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A playground of demos

“A lot of games usually come from a narrative or a desire to tell a particular story. And in our case, the story is all about the mechanical device and its possibilities,” Nicolas Doucet, Creative Director at Sony’s Japan Studio, says about Team Asobi and how it made Astro’s Playroom.

Team Asobi was sent its first DualSense prototypes back around early 2018, says Doucet, when the group was still busy making the PlayStation VR game Astro Bot Rescue Mission (which is one of my favorite PSVR games of all time). A dedicated DualSense team split off and started brainstorming clever things the controller could do.

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“We had 80 of these individual demos — we didn’t use everything. An individual tech demo could be archery, or it could be walking in the snow, or something like that,” says Doucet. “And then we would decide, in this world, we’re going to have these six or seven demos and we kind of stitched them together in a way that was as natural as possible. The idea is to kind of hide that to the user and just make them go on this magical journey instead.”

Japan Studio’s work helped evolve the controller, too. “For the adaptive triggers, we applied existing mechanism design technology and went through multiple concepts and mockups to create something that worked with the DualSense controller, while making sure we didn’t sacrifice comfort and ergonomics,” Sony’s Igarashi says. “We played demos that were provided by the Astro’s Playroom team in Japan Studio and we bounced ideas off each other to come up with a variety of different vibration patterns.”

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Immersive magic, but without a headset

I’m used to wearing VR headsets, but the PS5’s first accessories are immersive without anything to wear. Team Asobi’s previous PlayStation games were mostly VR-focused, but the goals with the controller’s haptics are similarly immersive. “You know, we’ve been playing games for so many, many, years and it’s sometimes difficult to get surprised again, right?” Doucet says of the challenge. But he saw a lot of potential in the adaptive triggers and haptics right away. “There could be lots of features that sound cool on paper, but you can never quite get them to deliver anything. But these ones were really, really quick to deliver.” 

The team started with trigger-focused shooting gallery demos that used the haptics and combined sounds with haptics in Astro’s Playroom to create realistic-feeling effects like hitting ice or metal.

“It’s kind of a trinity between what you feel, what you hear, from the controller especially and what you see on the screen. And your brain is really fooled into believing these. And the way you weight all these three elements is very important,” says Doucet.

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The effects are also directional and spatial. “In the sandstorm, you have the noise, but you also hear both the wind and the noise from the controller, you hear a kind of crackling sound as if the grains of sand were hitting inside,” Doucet says. “And then, of course, on screen, you also see the sandstorm coming at you. And what’s interesting is because we have two haptic motors in the controller, when the wind hits you in the game, it hits you from the front. And both of them produce haptic feedback on the same level. However, if you move the camera sideways and the wind comes from the side, then we balanced that where it comes from one side and travels to the other. So there’s a real time kind of element, according to the game camera, according to your position in a game.”

Doucet sees possibilities for more game-centric ways of using that, to detect ghosts in a game, pts terbaik sumatera for instance. “It’s always important that these things are not just gimmicks or one-shot things, but can be built upon,” he says.

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Those crazy triggers: Rock climbing, squishy fish

I was particularly surprised by how the PS5’s triggers can stop midway, vibrating with feedback but also seemingly transforming based on what you’re contacting. The closest thing the PS5 does to simulating touch happens when rock climbing in Astro’s Playroom, where the triggers give feedback and even lock in to create the feel of a ledge. 

Some of Doucet’s early experiments with the adaptive triggers showcased surprising levels of realism. “We had a demo we didn’t put in the game, but it was a hand. You could kind of open and close it,” Doucet says. The hand would be able to grab different objects and crush things like glass balls. You could also pick up a fish.

“You could close your hand and the fish would be moving along with the trigger. So it would be flipping and the trigger would be flapping too. And you could hear it coming from the controller.” Doucet says it was particularly surprising: “Seeing something moving inside your hand, fighting back because it’s moving, because it’s alive, it’s a very, very different kind of feeling. We didn’t put it in just because we didn’t have a good place to do it.”

The way the triggers give feedback, tightening up and adjusting, suggests ways games could use the tech for training, or as a guide. Doucet sees possibilities in “precision playing,” but for Astro’s Playroom the goal was to be simpler, more child-friendly. Deeper use of the triggers only comes in one area, where the crumbling blocks require some finesse to reach an optional goal. It’s a start toward exploring other ideas.

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A lab to showcase magical possibilities

While Astro’s Playroom is clearly made to entertain PS5 owners, Doucet’s team has used its experiments to showcase ideas for developers, too, as part of their role exploring how to make the most of Sony’s new hardware. 

“We started going out to third-party publishers, developers who also work on PlayStation or plan to make PlayStation games, which is why [we made] some of the choices we made about the tech demos,” says Doucet. “We had one where you could bounce a ball and the ball could be a basketball, football, volleyball, ping pong ball. And they were all different expressions by the way they were bouncing back and the way the trigger would behave. And we did that because, we thought, well, we’re not making a sports game. But you know, there are people where the ball physics and ball behavior is quintessential to the experience. So let’s have this kind of demo and see how far we can push out and that goes up to them. And they can sort of get inspired.”

There aren’t that many PlayStation 5 games that make the most of the DualSense feedback and triggers at the moment: Sony’s uses the subtle haptics a lot as a type of Spidey-sense, but not necessarily to transform gameplay. But those moments could come. It might take developers like Team Asobi to show the way, especially when a possible PSVR 2 arrives.

Arab Spring: the first smartphone revolution

Egyptians use their mobile phones to record celebrations on February 12, 2011 in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Egyptians use their mobile phones to record celebrations on February 12, 2011 in Cairo’s Tahrir Square

Social media and smartphones briefly gave youthful Arab Spring protesters a technological edge that helped topple ageing dictatorships a decade ago as their revolutionary spirit went viral.

Regimes across North Africa and the Middle East were caught flat-footed as the fervour of the popular uprisings spread at the speed of the internet via Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

Unfortunately for the pro-democracy movements, autocratic states have since caught up in the digital arms race, adding cyber surveillance, online censorship and troll armies to their arsenals.

While the so-called Arab Spring offered a brief glimmer of hope for many, it ended with even more repressive regimes in most countries and devastating, ongoing wars in Syria, Libya and Yemen.

"Facebook" is written with stones in Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011, the epicenter of anti-regime protests

“Facebook” is written with stones in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011, the epicenter of anti-regime protests

Nonetheless, say veterans of the period, the revolts mark a watershed moment when digital natives launched the era of “hashtag protests” from Occupy Wall Street to Hong Kong’s Umbrella protests and Black Lives Matter.

Hyper-networked and largely leaderless, such protests flare up like flashmobs, making them harder for authorities to suppress, with grievances and demands decided not by committees but crowd-sourced online.

“Blogs and social networks were not the trigger, but they supported the social movements,” said former Tunisian activist Sami Ben Gharbia, who ran a blog from exile and returned home amid the 2010 uprising.

“They were a formidable weapon of communication.”

The slogans of TV channel "Al-Jazeera" and social media giant "Facebook" are spray-painted at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 7, 2011

The slogans of TV channel “Al-Jazeera” and social media giant “Facebook” are spray-painted at Cairo’s Tahrir Square on February 7, 2011

Today, say Arab cyber-activists, states have lost much of their control over what citizens can see, know and say, as evidenced by a later wave of protests that rocked Algeria, Sudan, Iraq and Lebanon in 2019 and 2020.

While the heavy lid of state censorship has come down once more in many places, that free spirit has also brought change for the better, especially in the small Mediterranean country where it all started, Tunisia.

– ‘Mass mobile-isation’ –

A protester records with his mobile phone a demonstration in central Tunis on January 19, 2011

A protester records with his mobile phone a demonstration in central Tunis on January 19, 2011

The spark that set off the Arab Spring was the tragic suicide of Tunisian street vendor Mohammed Bouazizi, 26, who, having long been cheated and humiliated by state officials, set himself on fire.

If his desperate act on December 17, 2010 expressed a real-world fury shared by millions, it was the virtual universe of online communications that spread the anger and hope for change like wildfire.

Long simmering discontent among the less privileged was harnessed and multiplied by tech-savvy and often middle-class activists into a mass movement that would spread from Morocco to Iran.

Bouazizi’s self-immolation was not caught on video — but the subsequent street protests were, along with the police violence that aimed to suppress them through fear but instead sparked more anger.

Smartphones with their cameras became citizens’ weapons in the information war that allowed almost everyone to bear witness, and to organise, in a trend that has been dubbed “mass mobile-isation”.

Clips were shared especially on Facebook, a medium outside the control of police states that had for decades tightly controlled print and broadcast media.

“The role of Facebook was decisive,” recalled a blogger using the name Hamadi Kaloutcha, who had studied in Belgium and back in 2008 launched a Facebook forum called “I have a dream … A democratic Tunisia”.

“Information could be published right under the regime’s nose,” he said.”Censorship was frozen. Either they censored everything that circulated, or they censored nothing.”

Social media and smartphones briefly gave youthful Arab Spring protesters a technological edge against ageing dictatorships

Social media and smartphones briefly gave youthful Arab Spring protesters a technological edge against ageing dictatorships

If previously dissent could only be whispered, some of the citizens’ fear and apathy lifted as online users saw their networks of family and Pts Terbaik Sumatera friends speak out in the virtual space.

Online platforms also formed a bridge with traditional global media, further accelerating the regional revolt.

“International media like Al-Jazeera covered the uprising directly from Facebook,” Kaloutcha said.

“We had no other platform to broadcast videos.”

With head-spinning speed, Tunisia’s ruler of more than two decades, President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, was gone in less than a month.

“Thank you Facebook,” read one graffiti sprayed on Tunisian walls, long before the social media giant drew increasing fire for spreading not just calls for freedom but also fake news and hate speech.

– ‘The camera is my weapon’ –

An Egyptian demonstrator uses his mobile phone to take a picture of a burnt army tank during clashes in central Cairo on January 29, 2011

An Egyptian demonstrator uses his mobile phone to take a picture of a burnt army tank during clashes in central Cairo on January 29, 2011

The Tunisia victory would soon kick off a political earthquake in North Africa’s powerhouse Egypt.

A key catalyst there to mobilise and organise protests was the Facebook campaign “We are all Khaled Said”, or “WAAKS”, which highlighted rampant police brutality and widespread corruption.

Said, 28, died in police custody in June 2010.Photos of his battered corpse went viral online while authorities unconvincingly claimed he had choked on a bag of drugs.

The WAAKS campaign brought hundreds to his funeral, followed by a series of silent protests.

By early 2011, the Egyptian revolt had gathered steam, and the movement snowballed into anti-government protests on January 25, the National Police Day.

WAAKS at the time encouraged citizen journalism with the video tutorial “The camera is my weapon”.

Powerful online images surfaced including one of a man facing off with an armoured water cannon, echoing the iconic image of an unknown Chinese protester who in 1989 defied a column of tanks on Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.

Regimes across North Africa and the Middle East were caught flat-footed a decade ago as the fervour of the popular uprisings spread at the speed of the internet

Regimes across North Africa and the Middle East were caught flat-footed a decade ago as the fervour of the popular uprisings spread at the speed of the internet

Volunteers translated Arabic tweets for the international media, even as state broadcasters railed against the “criminals” and “foreign enemies” it blamed for instigating the protests.

Anonymous movement hackers showed solidarity by distributing advice on how to breach state firewalls and set up mirror websites.

On January 28, 2011, the “Friday of Rage”, the government ordered an internet blackout and blocked cell phone services, but it was too late.

A critical mass was already reached, and more youngsters left their screens to join the offline action on the streets.

At the height of the protests, up to one million Egyptians were demanding Hosni Mubarak’s ouster.He finally agreed to step down on February 11, ending a rule of nearly three decades.

– Virtual battlegrounds –

If the phrase “Arab Spring” echoed the romantic hopes for freedom of the 1968 Prague Spring, it ended as tragically as that brief uprising crushed by Soviet tanks.

An Egyptian holds up a sign praising Facebook in 2011 on Cairo's Tahrir Square, heeding a call by the opposition for a "march of a million" calling for the ouster of Hosni Mubarak

An Egyptian holds up a sign praising Facebook in 2011 on Cairo’s Tahrir Square, heeding a call by the opposition for a “march of a million” calling for the ouster of Hosni Mubarak

Arab states have quickly caught up with their own cyber tools, weaponising social media and cracking down hard on online activists.

“The authorities reacted quickly to control this strategic space,” said former Moroccan activist Nizar Bennamate, then with the February 20th protest movement.

Activists, he said, became “victims of defamation, insults and threats on social networks and some online media”.

A decade later, Amnesty International charged, Morocco has used smartphone hacking software to spy on journalist and rights activist Omar Radi, before detaining him on rape and espionage charges.

A computer screen shows tweets posted by users on January 14, 2011 about the situation in Tunisia

A computer screen shows tweets posted by users on January 14, 2011 about the situation in Tunisia

In Egypt, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s government has crushed almost all dissent, blocked hundreds of websites and jailed social media users, including even teenage influencers on the short video app TikTok.

Takeovers of publishing and TV companies by regime insiders has “led to the death of pluralism in the media landscape,” said Sabrina Bennoui of Reporters Without Borders (RSF).

“We called this movement the ‘Sisification’ of the media.”

Gulf countries, meanwhile, have used the Covid-19 pandemic “as a pretext to continue pre-existing patterns of suppressing the right to freedom of expression,” Amnesty has charged.

As conflicts are fought increasingly in the virtual space, the standoff between a Saudi-led group of Gulf countries and Qatar has seen the use of bot armies to attack each other.

In Libya’s war, fought with drones and mercenaries, UN mediators recently urged both sides not just to lay down their weapons but also to refrain from the use of online “hate speech and incitement to violence”.

An image from a propaganda video released on March 17, 2014 by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group's al-Furqan Media

An image from a propaganda video released on March 17, 2014 by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group’s al-Furqan Media

Social media has also been used to great effect by non-state actors such as the Islamic State jihadist group, which employed it as a powerful weapon for propaganda and recruitment.

“The tools that catalysed the Arab Spring, we’ve learned, are only as good or as bad as those who use them,” said a commentary in Wired magazine.

“And as it turns out, bad people are also very good at social media.”

– ‘Dream come true’ –

Today, as most Arab countries linger near the murky bottom of RSF’s Global Press Freedom Index, the one place that offers a glimmer of hope is Tunisia, the tiny country where it all started.

Though battered by poverty and now the pandemic, it boasts a long secular tradition, a fragile democracy and relative freedom of speech in a region dominated by totalitarian regimes.

Tunisian journalist Sami Ben Gharbia, once a refugee who  ran the Nawaat blog from the Netherlands, at the office of the now fully fledged Nawaat media outlet

Tunisian journalist Sami Ben Gharbia, once a refugee who ran the Nawaat blog from the Netherlands, at the office of the now fully fledged Nawaat media outlet

Nawaat, once one of the major dissident blogs subject to state censorship, is now a fully fledged media outlet that runs both opinion and investigative pieces, with a website and a printed magazine.

It has produced several documentaries on environmental and social justice issues and interviewed former prime minister Elyes Fakhfakh earlier this year.

Gharbia, once a refugee who had fled the Ben Ali regime and ran the Nawaat blog from the Netherlands from 2004 to 2011, is now proud to be a force in the country’s media landscape.

“There was a big debate after the fall of Ben Ali,” he said.”Had we reached our goal, should we continue and in what form?

Nawaat, once one of the major dissident blogs subject to state censorship, is now a fully fledged media outlet

Nawaat, once one of the major dissident blogs subject to state censorship, is now a fully fledged media outlet

“After a transition, in 2013, we decided to professionalise the editorial staff, to produce independent quality information, which is still lacking today in Tunisia”.

One recent day he was running a lively editorial meeting during which journalists discussed which political parties to investigate next.

“Having offices and a team of journalists working freely in the field was a dream 10 years ago,” he said.

“That dream has come true.”

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EXCLUSIVE: Snapchat is set to rollout its original show 'Move It!'

is launching a new Snap Original series Wednesday that teaches unique dances in a first-of-its kind immersive show.

Called Move It!, the show includes 10 episodes that feature chart topping songs for Snapchatters to follow along and create their own music videos, which can be shared to their account.

Dance influencers Michael Le and Dytto host and teach using the app’s tutorial Lenses.

Once viewers have mastered the moves, they can activate a final Lens that adds special effects, such as lightning bolts and neon lit hearts, which transforms the clip into a music video.

Snap is releasing 30 different Lenses designed with body tracking to detect the person and trigger animation effects based on movements within camera view.

Move It!also includes an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat’s new Spotlight, which puts them in the running for a share of a $1 million prize.

Snapchat is launching a new Snap Original series Wednesday that teaches unique dances in a first-of-its kind immersive show. Called Move It!. It is hosted and taught by dance influencers Dytto (left) and Michael Le (right)

Snapchat is launching a new Snap Original series Wednesday that teaches unique dances in a first-of-its kind immersive show.Called Move It!. It is hosted and taught by dance influencers Dytto (left) and Michael Le (right)

Anjuli Millan, head of production for Snap Originals, told DailyMail.com: ‘Snap is a unique company that can bring media and technology together in the most seamless way.’

‘Every day we are inspired by the opportunity to try something new and innovate against the ordinary.’

‘We spent a year on Move It!, working cross-functionally between teams in total collaboration to build this new Snap Original series that unites storytelling, talent, and the cutting edge advancements in our camera platform on Snapchat.’

In each episode, Snapchatters practice with Le and Dytto side by side through the AR dance tutorial Lenses.

The app displays the moves to help users with the dance movements

The first set of Lenses are designed for tutorial purposes

Dance influencers Michael Le and Dytto host and teach using the app’s tutorial Lenses that provide terms to help teach the movements

Both Le and Dytto will explain the movements verbally and the Lenses will display them on the screen to keep viewers on track with the song. 

‘My favorite dance and song for Move it!is the ‘All on My Team’ piece I did,’ Dytto told DailyMail.com

‘It has some of the cutest Lense effects, along with my favorite moves. On top of all of that, terbaik sumatera it has an important message about confidence, and the company that you keep!’

Once users feel they have learned the dance, they step into the final AR Lens experience that showcases their moves with effects like lightning shooting from their hands, sonic booms when they clap, butterflies with body rolls, fireworks and more.

‘I love how upscale and easy everything is!The craziest feature is that the dances are matched with the fire AR visuals in real time that are built into the Lenses,’ Le told DailyMail.com.

Once users feel they have learned the dance, they step into the final AR Lens experience

The AR Lenses release effects like lightning shooting from their hands, sonic booms when they clap, butterflies with body rolls, hearts and more

The AR Lenses release effects like lightning shooting from their hands, sonic booms when they clap, butterflies with body rolls, hearts and more

The Lenses work with both the front and rear-facing cameras on a smartphone or tablet, which Snap is rolling out 30 in total.

‘An incredibly talented music supervisor was brought onto the project, Allison Wood, who has an amazing ear for talent and catchy songs that would quickly be a hit with our community,’ said Millan.

‘Working with some of the hottest tracks, Michael and Dytto were then able to choreograph all the dances in the show and put their full creativity on display.’

Move It!was produced exclusively for Snap by Little Engine Productions and StellAR Studio, along with executive producers Carly Steel and Gina Matthews. 

In addition to helping viewers learn new moves and capitalize on viral dance trends, the show also features an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat’s new Spotlight, which launched last month.

Spotlight allows users to share a post publicly in Spotlight, just as they would privately with their friends in Stories.

In addition to helping viewers learn new moves and capitalize on viral dance trends, the show also features an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat's new Spotlight, which launched last month

In addition to helping viewers learn new moves and capitalize on viral dance trends, the show also features an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat’s new Spotlight, which launched last month 

The more views a post gets, the higher it will move up a leaderboard.

Those that get the most views in a 24-hour timeframe will earn their creators a share of more than $1 million (£750,000) in prize money.

‘Since Snapchatters have the option to create Snaps from the show and share them just with close friends, your personal Story, or submit into Spotlight….we created Spotlight because it’s clear that many want to post their creative Snaps in an enduring way to public forums for broad visibility,’ a Snap spokesperson told DailyMail.com.

‘They do so today on other platforms, and Spotlight creates a space for that within Snapchat. 

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Kris Jenner to reveal her Christmas decor tips via Airbnb experience

This year everyone can celebrate Kardashian-style.

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Kris Jenner is conducting an Airbnb ‘Online Experience' in which she'll share her personal holiday styling hacks and inspiration

Kris Jenner is conducting an Airbnb ‘Online Experience’ in which she’ll share her personal holiday styling hacks and inspiration

Airbnb says that their tutorial will include ‘over-the-top arrangements’ and the art of ‘understated charm’.

It adds: ‘Join the Queen of Kris-mas and learn how to build a design theme and create a joyful holiday space that truly sparkles.’

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    I'm A Celebrity: Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire voted off

    and  were the latest celebrities to be voted off I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in the series’ first double elimination on Monday. 

    The star, 63, and the journalist, 52, fought back tears as they held hands on their departure from the ITV programme, with the duo describing their stint as ‘absolutely amazing’.

    The remaining eight celebrities will continue to be evicted from the programme’s new location of Gwrych Castle in North Wales each night until the finale on Friday, after parasport athlete Hollie Arnold and actress were booted from the show last week.  

    They're out! Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire were voted off in the series' first double elimination on Monday

    They’re out! Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire were the latest celebrities to be voted off I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in the series’ first double elimination on Monday

    During a joint interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, BBC star Victoria said: ‘It’s been absolutely amazing. Marrying Mark and having my two boys – this is up there. I squeezed the life out of it. I would ask questions if I wasn’t a journalist! Legends like this… everyone has got a story to tell.

    ‘Within days there was something about having no distractions, it’s like OMG you’re telling your life story to strangers, but it was lovely.

    ‘You think you’d get on with most people as we’re normal and relative nice. I thought there would always be one [who you wouldn’t get on with], but there wasn’t!’

    Actress Beverley added: ‘We’re sad to go but we’re happy to go. I don’t know what got me through it, I still feel like I don’t have any survival skills. You just do it and your mind goes into a different place. It’s completely up there with everything, it was truly unforgettable.’

    Pals: The Coronation Street star, 63, and the journalist, 52, shared a hug as they exited North Wales' Gwrych Castle after forming a close friendship

    Pals: The Coronation Street star, 63, and the journalist, 52, shared a hug as they exited North Wales’ Gwrych Castle after forming a close friendship

    Close call: The original campmates fought back tears on their departure as Russell Watson narrowly avoided elimination as he joined them in the bottom three

    Close call: The original campmates fought back tears on their departure as Russell Watson narrowly avoided elimination as he joined them in the bottom three

    The soap star left fans baffled throughout the series as she tucked into non-vegan meals during her journey, despite claiming to follow a plant-based lifestyle. 

    The ITV icon defended her diet after her on-screen son Simon Gregson quipped he would brand himself a ‘mango’ if she hadn’t just changed her diet to suit the show.

    She explained: ‘I started it in March as I had an operation. I saw this documentary that claimed that your joints heal faster if you go plant-based.’

    When asked who they hope will win this year’s edition, the pair agreed that they’d like to see Shane Richie and Jordan North in the final two.

    You've got in a friend in me: The actress and the broadcaster held hands on their departure from the ITV programme

    You’ve got in a friend in me: The actress and the broadcaster held hands on their departure from the ITV programme

    Much-loved journey: They took part in a joint interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, where they said they were 'sad' to leave

    Much-loved journey: They took part in a joint interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, where they said they were ‘sad’ to leave

    'Marrying Mark [Sandell, her husband] and having my two boys - this is up there': The newsreader heaped praise on camp life

    ‘Marrying Mark [Sandell, her husband] and having my two boys – this is up there’: The newsreader heaped praise on camp life

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    'I started it in March after my surgery': The soap star left fans baffled throughout the series as she tucked into non-vegan meals during her journey, despite claiming to follow a plant-based lifestyle, but ensured she explained her diet

    ‘I started it in March after my surgery’: The soap star left fans baffled throughout the series as she tucked into non-vegan meals during her journey, despite claiming to follow a plant-based lifestyle, but ensured she explained her diet

    First to leave: Last week, Paralympic champion Hollie Arnold, 26, said she's 'devastated' to end her journey (pictured)

    'It was brutal!' Viewers saw stage star Ruthie Henshall, 53, depart the ITV programme on Sunday

    First causalities: Parasport athlete Hollie Arnold (L) and actress Ruthie Henshall (R) were voted off the show last week

    Elsewhere in the episode, Russell Watson – who narrowly avoided elimination as he was in the bottom three – managed to collect five out of 10 stars as he was spun through a batter in the horrifying Rank Rotisserie task.

    The tenor, 54, was quizzed on his general knowledge as he earned five meals for the team, before he joked: ‘I got asked to do Celebrity Mastermind, let’s just say I won’t be doing it.’

    Musician Russell volunteered to take part in the challenge, stating: ‘I’ve been desperate to get out and prove myself and just give something back to the camp.’

    His time has come: Elsewhere in the episode, artist Russell managed to collect five out of 10 stars as he was spun through a batter in the horrifying Rank Rotisserie task, after pleading with his campmates to let him take on a Bushtucker Trial

    His time has come: Elsewhere in the episode, artist Russell managed to collect five out of 10 stars as he was spun through a batter in the horrifying Rank Rotisserie task, after pleading with his campmates to let him take on a Bushtucker Trial

    'I got asked to do Celebrity Mastermind, let's just say I won't be doing it!' The tenor, 54, was quizzed on his general knowledge as he earned five meals for the team

    ‘I got asked to do Celebrity Mastermind, let’s just say I won’t be doing it!’ The tenor, 54, was quizzed on his general knowledge as he earned five meals for the team

    'I've been desperate to get out and prove myself': Musician Russell volunteered to take part in the challenge

    ‘I’ve been desperate to get out and prove myself’: Musician Russell volunteered to take part in the challenge

    'How did I get here? It's be careful what you wish for': Moments later, the Barcelona singer appeared to quickly regret his decision

    ‘How did I get here? It’s be careful what you wish for’: Moments later, the Barcelona singer appeared to quickly regret his decision

    Moments later, the artist appeared to quickly regret his decision as he exclaimed: ‘How did I get here? It’s be careful what you wish for.’

    Russell was strapped onto a metal base and suspended over a vat of freezing cold congealed gunk while he was required to answer questions during 10 rounds, with a total of 10 meals up for grabs.

    As he spun around the tool, the That’s Life hitmaker grabbed a category and could only pass once on a topic.    Shocked to discover the batter was extremely cold, the singer was questioned about Harry Potter, science, history, jungle royalty and castles.

    The Irlam native was able to name the current world record for the men’s marathon, an answer he credited to Mo Farah, admitting: ‘That’s what sitting next to him for two weeks does for you. I’d have never have known that.’

    Yuck! The media personality was strapped onto a metal base and suspended over a vat of freezing cold congealed gunk

    Yuck! The media personality was strapped onto a metal base and suspended over a vat of freezing cold congealed gunk

    Challenge: Russell was required to answer questions during 10 rounds, with a total of 10 meals up for grabs

    Challenge: Russell was required to answer questions during 10 rounds, with a total of 10 meals up for grabs

    'It sounds like one of the worst that's happened so far': His campmate, Beverley, was left disappointed by the result

    ‘It sounds like one of the worst that’s happened so far’: His campmate, Beverley, was left disappointed by the result

    When faced with a television-themed question, the contestant joked his favourite show had been I’m A Celebrity ‘until now’. 

    After scoring five stars and five meals for the camp, Russell told hosts Ant and Dec: ‘My Dad’s always said it’s a good job you can sing as you can do sod all else. I think they’ll be happy with that. I’m happy with it, just happy to get out of there to be honest with you.’

    Admitting the trial wasn’t what he expected, he added: ‘It was a thousand times worse than I was expecting. I was expecting it to be bad, but it was like they’d had ice cubes in it all night. It was absolutely freezing.’

    His campmate Beverley was left disappointed by the result as she said: ‘It sounds like one of the worst that’s happened so far.’ 

    Long-distance runner Mo added: ‘The portion sizes tonight are going to be small. Normally we’ve been hitting high, the 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, but tonight the trial was tough. As he said. I would have struggled.’

    'It was a thousand times worse than I was expecting': The singer admitted the trial wasn't what he expected

    ‘It was a thousand times worse than I was expecting’: The singer admitted the trial wasn’t what he expected

    Earlier on, Giovanna Fletcher gushed about being able to interview Kate Middleton for her Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast in February.

    Detailing the change to chat with the Duchess of Cambridge with Shane Richie, she joked she ‘might have fallen in love’ with the royal.

    The author, 35, described Kate as being ‘divine and so elegant’ as she reflected on their talk, after actor Shane, 56, had asked who she’d interviewed for the podcast.

    'I might have fallen in love': Earlier on, Giovanna Fletcher gushed about being able to interview Kate Middleton for her Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast in February

    ‘I might have fallen in love’: Earlier on, Giovanna Fletcher gushed about being able to interview Kate Middleton for her Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast in February

    Giovanna revealed they were originally meant to chat for just 45 minutes which was extended to 90 minutes because they had so much to talk about. 

    The podcast star told the EastEnders star: ‘I would call her Kate Middleton before (the interview) but they all call her Katherine or The Duchess. So now, I’m kinda like “the Duchess, or Katherine”.’

    Giovanna then added she ‘might have fallen in love’ with Kate after their interview, as Shane teased her by saying she had a ‘girl crush.’

    Looking back: Detailing the change to chat with the Duchess of Cambridge with Shane Richie, the author, 35, joked she 'might have fallen in love' with the royal (pictured together)

    Looking back: Detailing the change to chat with the Duchess of Cambridge with Shane Richie, the author, 35, joked she ‘might have fallen in love’ with the royal (pictured together)

    The mother-of-three later took part in the Castle Coin challenge with Mo, 37, who struggled to find Wales on a map.

    At first the duo were shocked to learn they would be separated and and had to follow signs with their names on in different directions.

    The sportsman ended up in front of a map with shields positioned on different countries and had to use the walkie talkie to describe them to Giovanna.

    The wife of McFly star Tom Fletcher then searched for the shields to match the country she was given. To make it harder, the map was only seen for 30 seconds before Mo had to run back and pull a cord again.

    Not his strong suit: The mother-of-three later took part in the Castle Coin challenge with Mo Farah, 37, who struggled to find Wales on a map

    Not his strong suit: The mother-of-three later took part in the Castle Coin challenge with Mo Farah, 37, who struggled to find Wales on a map

    Tricky task: The athlete ended up in front of a map with shields positioned on different countries and had to use the walkie talkie to describe them to Giovanna

    Tricky task: The athlete ended up in front of a map with shields positioned on different countries and had to use the walkie talkie to describe them to Giovanna

    Hoping for a treat: After winning their coins, the duo got to choose either chocolate eclairs and cheese and crackers as a reward for the camp

    Hoping for a treat: After winning their coins, the duo got to choose either chocolate eclairs and cheese and crackers as a reward for the camp

    Not today: However the camp answered the all-important question wrong and had to do without any eclairs

    Not today: However the camp answered the all-important question wrong and had to do without any eclairs

    Mo, hilariously considering he’s currently filming I’m A Celebrity in the country, admitted: ‘I was struggling to find Wales on the map.’

    Moments later, Vernon Kay, 46, revealed the camp had found itself with a ‘phantom dribbler’ as he ended up joking that the culprit was Shane.

    The presenter said: ‘We have a phantom dribbler in camp and someone has been sprinkling when they tinkle and it’s caused quite a stir… it is a bit awkward, how do you teach people over 25 years old how to pee.’

    The mystery came up after thespian Shane said he went to the privy in the middle of the night and someone had dribbled before him. 

    What a mess! Moments later, Vernon Kay, 46, revealed that the camp had found itself with a 'phantom dribbler' as he ended up joking that the culprit was Shane

    What a mess! Moments later, Vernon Kay, 46, revealed that the camp had found itself with a ‘phantom dribbler’ as he ended up joking that the culprit was Shane

    BBC Radio 1 DJ Jordan North, 30, who was accused of urinating on the floor during Friday’s show, said he certainly wasn’t the phantom dribbler, joking it was Shane.

    Talking in the Telegraph, Shane said: ‘I’ve had a dodgy stomach and the last thing anyone will do is stand when they go to the toilet.’   

    Vernon also recalled the moment his wife Tess Daly gave him a dig in his arm as he cracked jokes with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair.

    The broadcaster entertained his fellow campmates when he revealed he was invited to Chequers during the politician’s leadership.

    Could it be? Talking in the Telegraph, thespian Shane defended himself as he said: 'I've had a dodgy stomach and the last thing anyone will do is stand when they go to the toilet'

    Could it be? Talking in the Telegraph, thespian Shane defended himself as he said: ‘I’ve had a dodgy stomach and the last thing anyone will do is stand when they go to the toilet’

    Toilet talk: The state of the toilet facilities has often being a hot topic of conversation around the campfire

    Toilet talk: The state of the toilet facilities has often being a hot topic of conversation around the campfire

    The host admitted that while Tess, 51, was left irritated by his humour, he and Tony, 67, surprisingly bonded over Lightsabers.

    Vernon was inspired to reflect on the formal dinner after the camp commented on the full moon which illuminated North Wales’ Gwrych Castle.

    During the gathering with the Strictly star, Tony, his wife Cherie and kampus terbaik di lampung Lord and Lady Sainsbury, the media personality touched on when the former Labour leader complimented the dark sky.

    The TV star shared: ‘I didn’t even look, I just went, ”yeah Tony, I know, I know, I…”, before making a cheeky wolf noise.

    Unlikely guests: Later on, the broadcaster recalled the moment his wife Tess Daly gave him a dig in his arm as he cracked jokes with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair

    Unlikely guests: Later on, the broadcaster recalled the moment his wife Tess Daly gave him a dig in his arm as he cracked jokes with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair

    When asked if the businessman was amused by his antics, the former All Star Family Fortunes presenter admitted that he was a fan, but his long-time partner Tess was left unimpressed. 

    The Splash star also explained how barrister Cherie, 66, showed the guests around their former country house, which was filled with historic paintings and gifts from other countries.

    Vernon added that they saw some swords used by Oliver Cromwell as Tony claimed he knew how to use the weapons following a Lightsaber tutorial with Hollywood actor Samuel L Jackson.

    Talking in the Telegraph, the former model said: ‘You just think big decisions have been made in these rooms then Tess Daly from Strictly Come Dancing and Vernon Kay from Family Fortunes walk in.’

    Jokes on him: When asked if the politician was amused by his antics, Vernon admitted that he was a fan, but his long-time partner Tess was left unimpressed

    Jokes on him: When asked if the politician was amused by his antics, Vernon admitted that he was a fan, but his long-time partner Tess was left unimpressed

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    Holly Willoughby jokes she'd be 'out of a job if I wasn't blonde'

    joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday.

    The presenter, 39, who is a brand pts terbaik sumatera ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’.

    It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children. 

    Makeover: Holly Willoughby joked she would be 'out of a job if I wasn't blonde' as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday

    Makeover: Holly Willoughby joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday

    During the Instagram Live, Holly said as she prepared her hair-dye: ‘I’m not an expert but you don’t have to be.That’s the point of home colouring.

    ‘Had it not been for lockdown I’m not sure we would have done this on camera.

    ‘But now people know that we do actually do it at home.’

    Davina showed her greying roots on camera and later spoke about her hair colour over the years.

    Touch-up: The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would 'be out of a job'

    Touch-up: The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’

    Return: It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her 'very poorly' children

    Return: It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children

    She said: ‘When I went from blonde to brunette I felt a bit invisible but now I wouldn’t go back.’

    To which Holly joked: ‘Good job you’re brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn’t blonde.’

    The This Morning star said she touches up her roots every three weeks to prevent any unwanted grey hairs. 

    Having a laugh: Holly joked: 'Good job you're brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn't blonde'

    Having a laugh: Holly joked: ‘Good job you’re brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’

    Cute: Holly's cat Bluebell made a surprise cameo during the Instagram live

    Cute: Holly’s cat Bluebell made a surprise cameo during the Instagram live 

    The live tutorial comes after Holly made her return to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off after a coronavirus scare with her children.

    The presenter was back on screens for the ITV show with Phillip Schofield, but failed to mention her absence at the end of last week.

    Over the weekend Holly posted an Instagram message, explaining that she took time off from the show because two of her children were displaying COVID-19 symptoms. 

    The TV personality was replaced by Davina and Alison Hammond on Wednesday and Thursday as she awaited test results – which turned out to be negative.

    On Monday’s show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phil, as they counted down to Christmas. 

    ‘A month until Christmas eve that’s not far away is it?,’ Holly said before pointing out that 24 is a big day for her as ‘that’s the day my pet psychic said I’d have areally important day in work!That’s tomorrow!’

    Taking to her Instagram Stories on Saturday, the star – who has daughter Belle, nine, and sons Harry, 11, and Chester, six, with husband Dan Baldwin – thanked fans for their concern, as she assured that she would be back to hosting on Monday. 

    She's back: On Monday's show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phillip Schofield, as they counted down to Christmas but there was no mention of her absence

    She’s back: On Monday’s show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phillip Schofield, as they counted down to Christmas but there was no mention of her absence

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    Wall Street resumes downward trend, oil up as Fed and Ukraine dominate

    By Pete Schroeder

    WASHINGTON, Jan 25 (Reuters) – Rising geopolitical tensions and a looming Federal Reserve move to tighten monetary policy weighed down Wall Street on Tuesday and helped to drive oil higher.

    After shaking off steep midday losses to end in positive territory on Monday, all three major U.S.indices were lower Tuesday, seemingly on pace to continue a three-week slide that was capped by last week, the heaviest losses in markets since 2020.

    The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite posted the steepest losses in midday trading, down 2.94%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.28% and the S&P 500 slid 2.1%.The S&P 500 appeared set to confirm a correction, which occurs when a major index closes 10% lower than its record high close.

    World stocks are on course for their biggest monthly drop since the COVID-19 pandemic hit markets in March 2020. The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 45 nations, was down 1.45%.

    The Tuesday kick-off of a two-day Fed policy meeting, after which Chairman Jerome Powell could further detail the central bank’s plans to exit from unprecedented stimulus, coupled with concerns about Russian troops amassed on Ukraine’s border added to a risk-averse environment for investors.

    Safe havens including the dollar and gold were both up around midday.

    The Federal Reserve is expected to give guidance about the trajectory of monetary policy tightening, with investors expecting the first post-pandemic U.S.rate hike in March and the Fed to begin shrinking its balance sheet later in the year, barring major economic surprises.

    “At this time, it seems likely that runoff will begin no later than June,” said Scott Ruesterholz, a portfolio manager at Insight Investment.”While Omicron is likely to weigh on January data, expectations are that its impact will be short-lived, and with inflation so elevated and the jobs market quite healthy, there appears to be a very high hurdle for the Fed not to raise rates.”

    The sell-off in equities had limited impact on bonds, with investors largely waiting for the Fed’s policy statement Wednesday.The U.S. 10-year yield was at 1.7512%, a touch higher on the day.

    The U.S. dollar reached a two-week high against other currencies as investors flocked to the safe haven. The dollar index, which tracks the greenback versus a basket of six currencies, rose 0.098 points or pts terbaik sumatera 0.1%.

    Spot gold prices rose 0.46% to $1,851.45 an ounce.

    Rising geopolitical tensions also led to rising oil supply concerns, which helped drive prices higher.Brent crude was last up 2.03% at $88.02 a barrel. U.S. crude was last up 2.4% percent, at $85.31 per barrel.

    (Reporting by Pete Schroeder in Washington; Editing by David Evans, Susan Fenton, Will Dunham, Nick Macfie and Barbara Lewis)

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