Cleaning Influencer Mrs Hinch ends collaboration with Tesco
Sophie Hinchcliffe, the cleaning influencer, also known as Mrs Hinch, has reportedly ended her two-year partnership with Tesco. Mrs Hinch had collaborated with the supermarket giant on several ranges, including homeware and clothing. However, only a limited number of her products are currently available on the Tesco website, with some items discounted to just 25p in stores. The source claims that Mrs Hinch has chosen to end her working relationship with Tesco to develop her own independent range of products.
Mrs Hinch has not confirmed this news herself but has not posted about her Tesco ranges since September 2022. She has previously partnered with Procter & Gamble brands and made £2.1m in the previous year through her company, Mrs Hinch Limited. In addition to her business ventures, Mrs Hinch recently shared on social media that her father and grandmother had been hospitalised. She also released a children's book earlier this year based on her own family's life on 'Hinch Farm'.
Popular influencer dumped by sponsor for admitting to killing two cats
Emma Claiir, a popular Australian influencer, has lost her partnership with skincare brand MCoBeauty after admitting to killing two cats during her childhood. Emma, who is 28 years old and a mother-of-one, apologised for her actions and expressed her regret. The confession was made during an episode of the podcast she co-hosts called Simply Chaotic. Emma stated that she accidentally killed her cat while swinging it around like a stuffed toy, and also killed her best friend's cat. The comments
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Montana legislators approved bill to ban TikTok
Montana legislators have approved a bill, SB 419, which would ban TikTok from operating in the state and prevent mobile app stores from offering the app for download to users in Montana. The ban would result in fines for TikTok, Apple, and Google if they violate the law, although it is uncertain how the state would enforce it. The bill now awaits the signature of Montana Governor Greg Gianforte. TikTok has opposed the ban, stating that it is an infringement on users' First Amendment rights an
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Chat Show host Jerry Springer dies age 79
Jerry Springer, the TV host known for his smash hit show 'The Jerry Springer Show', has passed away at the age of 79. His family announced that he died peacefully at his home in Chicago after his health took a turn for the worse, just months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He had joked about retiring while he was still healthy, following the cancellation of his latest show, "Judge Jerry," by NBCUniversal. Springer had a successful 27-year career hosting his show, which became
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