Dating site for sport fans
The event is an association between Comic Relief and BBC Sport and was established in 2002.
Kylie's latest record Golden - which features Nashville-inspired tracks - is the starlet's fourteenth studio album.
After reaching her destination, Zoe said: 'It makes you so emotional, all the tooting and cheering.'Greg [James] and I had a bit of reflection about why we are doing this.
We had a few tears.' Zoe's cameraman boyfriend Billy Yates died in May 2017. He was tragically pronounced dead after paramedics were unable to revive him, having arrived minutes after he was discovered in his flat.
She recently released her chart-topping single Dancing, which is injected with a combination of the country, pop and dance genres.
The pint-sized star, who will turn 50 in May, is reportedly planning to hold a star-studded bash in London because England has become her adopted home.
Asked if she'll have a 50th birthday party, she told Fun Radio during a trip to Paris earlier this week: 'That is the plan and it's really out of character for me.
The website is perhaps the first of its kind, although creators may be on to something.
— It’s a tale as old as time: Green Bay Packers fan goes on a date, finds their soul mate, only to discover that their perfect match is not a Packers fan (or worse yet, a Chicago Bears or Minnesota Vikings fan), immediately calls off the date, returns home still looking for Mr. For those in Wisconsin, Tonga or anywhere in between, this dating site says that it’s for anyone "looking for true love, a long term relationship, are marriage minded, just looking for fun or maybe even just looking for friendship." Have at it, Cheeseheads — er, Cheesehearts.