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EXO’s Kai to begin his second year as a global ambassador for Gucci

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EXO’s Kai is beginning his second yr as a worldwide ambassador for Gucci

Kai turned the primary Korean mannequin for the Italian model and modeled their eyewear in addition to participated of their 2019 F/W marketing campaign. He additionally participated within the S/S 2020 marketing campaign. He may even be gracing the April version of Elle Korea, sporting extra Gucci merchandise on March 20.

Kai additionally participates in an interview for the shoot the place he talks about his expertise working with Gucci, saying he was “nervous however comfortable” on set.” Keep tuned for the discharge of his shoot and interview. 

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ITV I’m A Celebrity: Ex-campmates reveal bosses’ secret plot to turn their camp ‘nasty’

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Ex I’m A Celebrity campmates Beverley Callard and Vernon Kay have revealed the ITV bosses’ plot to show celebrities in a bad light.

The Corrie star took part in the show at Gwrych Castle in 2020 and believes her fellow cast-members were given a “unfair” edit.

Agreed with by Vernon Kay, they claimed producers had a meeting to plan how to turn the show “nasty” – but eventually abandoned the idea.

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Featuring on an episode of Rylan Clarke’s podcast ‘Ry-Union’, Beverley said: “None of us were confrontational, not one of us. Nobody was trying to pull the camera all the time, nobody was moody…

“I think the editing in some way was a little bit unfair because they showed some of lots of people and not very much of other people. But that just goes with the job unfortunately.”



Beverley Callard and Jordan North have remained best friends since the show, travelling through Spain together for a new television series.
Beverley ‘Bev’ Callard was a 2020 camp favourite

Beverley also mentioned that viewers were not shown some of the best bits of her campmates, including former Strictly Come Dancing professional AJ Pritchard.

She told Rylan’s podcast: “You missed out on the really comedic side of AJ, who is the funniest person, but it didn’t tend to show that side of him apparently.”

Her fellow ex-campmate Vernon revealed that the show’s bosses had a secret plot to turn things ‘nasty’ in the camp when it became clear the celebrities were getting on well.

The TV and radio presenter said: “I’ve heard from the inside there was a moment in week one when they had a production meeting on how they could possibly turn it nasty.”



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Beverley chimed in: “I heard that too!”

However, the stars say the plans were scrapped when it became clear the nation were loving the friendliness of 2020’s group of campmates.

Vernon said: “When they saw the viewing figures, they were like, ‘Why would we want to ruin it?’ And they let us go with it, they let us embrace each other instead of being fractious.”

Last year’s camp certainly had a different atmosphere to 2021’s, where tensions are already high with Naughty Boy regularly seen to be arguing.

This year’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here line-up includes: Louise Minchin, Matty Lee, Snoochie Shy, Dame Arlene Phillips, Naughty Boy, Kadeena Cox, David Ginola, Frankie Bridge, Danny Miller and Richard Madeley who was forced to leave the show last week.

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Meet the big ensemble supporting cast of Avatara Purusha | Kannada Movie News

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Filmmaker Suni, who just had a release, is back into promotion mode as he prepares for the release of his next, Avatara Purusha, on December 10.

“Avatara Purusha is a big drama that centres around black comedy and has ample comedy. We have shot the film in two parts and there are many actors who play pivotal roles in the film,” he reveals as he lines up the supporting cast in the film…

Ashutosh Rana:

He plays Darka, a person who runs a black magic institution and trains youngsters. We have shot his parts in Rajasthan. In the first part of the film, we see his character emerge. In the second part, the audience can see a tug-of-war between Sharan sir and him.

Ayyappa Sharma:

He plays Bramha Jois, who is a daivagurugalu. His character is pitted against Darka in the script.

Sudharani:

She plays Saikumar’s younger sister. She is pivotal to the script as she loses her brother’s son. In order to solve the family problems, Ashika’s character brings Sharan to pretend as though he is the lost son.

Bhavya:

She plays Saikumar’s wife and the mother in the film, a major character. While her husband is an Ayurvedic pandit, he cannot help her sadness after her son’s loss. When Sharan’s character enters, despite doubts of him being fake, Saikumar allows him to play along as he feels this might help her.

Vijay Chendoor:

He plays Bhojaraja, who does all the odd jobs in the household that Sharan enters. He brings in the comic touches to the script.

Balaji Manohar:

He plays the henchman of Darka and carries out all the duties in the institution. He is a significant character in the film.

B Suresha:

He plays a character named Kanti Jois, who has shades of grey. I’d classify him as one of the antagonists of the film.

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AMD Ryzen Zen 4 CPUs – release date, price, specs, and benchmarks

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2022 is shaping up to be an exciting year in the battle between AMD and Intel for the title of best gaming CPU, with both companies releasing new processors towards the end of the year. While Zen 3 chips continue to perform well in gaming PCs and for AMD, everyone is waiting to see how the company’s next generation Ryzen ‘Zen 4’ CPUs will compete with Intel’s Alder Lake and Raptor Lake processors.

When Zen 4 releases in Q3 2022, we will finally see support for PCIe Gen5 and DDR5 gaming RAM on AMD’s Ryzen CPUs. This will bring the company’s processor offerings in line with Intel, which has supported both technologies since Alder Lake’s release in 2021.

However, a combination of 3D V-Cache and a 5nm manufacturing process could see team red’s chips outclass those from team blue by a significant margin, making Ryzen Zen 4 CPUs the ideal partner to the best graphics cards such as the Nvidia RTX 4000 GPU lineup.

Here’s everything we know about AMD’s Ryzen Zen 4 CPUs:

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AMD Ryzen Zen 4 release date

Current rumours suggest that we should see AMD Ryzen Zen 4 CPUs on the market around Q3 2022. While some may view this release date as a tad late given recent pressure from more competitive Intel products, it seems that AMD will use Zen 4 to challenge team blue’s Raptor Lake chips while its Zen 3+ Ryzen processors will hold the line against Alder Lake.

A 3D render of an AMD Ryzen processor

AMD Ryzen Zen 4 price

AMD hasn’t shared any information about the price of its Ryzen Zen 4 CPUs, nor have leaks or rumours been forthcoming on the subject.

It’s likely that the company won’t stray too far from the MSRP of its Zen 3 processors, but extraneous factors such as the chip shortage and increases in the cost of fab production could result in a price hike.

A promotional image from AMD, in which a 3D render illustrates smart access memory between a Ryzen processor and Radeon GPU

AMD Ryzen Zen 4 specs

The 5nm manufacturing process that AMD is using to produce its Ryzen Zen 4 CPUs should make them more efficient compared to Zen 3’s 7nm. These chips will also have support for the DDR5 memory specification and PCIe Gen 5, making them great choices for the best gaming RAM and best SSDs for gaming.

While little else is known about the processors, it appears that AMD won’t be following Intel’s heterogeneous design and will instead continue arming its Ryzen products will homogenous cores. However, there are rumours that we could see the company adopting this approach with Zen 5.

AMD Ryzen Zen 4 benchmarks

Reported AMD Ryzen Zen 4 CPU benchmarks suggest they could offer IPC gains of 25%, with an overall performance boost of 40% over Zen 3. That’s probably not too far from the truth, when AMD’s first generation Ryzen CPUs saw a 52% IPC gain over the previous Excavator processors, but we’re currently a long way from accurate benchmarks.

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