The thighs have it on the American Music Awards red carpet

Forget the tuchus, the thigh is hotter than a KFC rotisserie according to the looks paraded down the American Music Awards red carpet.
Forget the tuchus, the thigh is hotter than a KFC rotisserie according to the looks paraded down the American Music Awards red carpet.
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AFTER a difficult 18 months dealing with pricing wars and trade deals, Australian dairy farmers will welcome a report on income increases. AFTER a difficult 18 months dealing with pricing wars and trade deals, Australian dairy farmers will welcome a report on income increases.
THE launch of a new macadamia milk product is an indicator of the nut’s diverse potential and golden future. THE launch of a new macadamia milk product is an indicator of the nut’s diverse potential and golden future.
WITH the supply of rural properties on the market still outstripping demand, prices are likely to have stabilised, rather than risen. WITH the supply of rural properties on the market still outstripping demand, prices are likely to have stabilised, rather than risen.
ANGER among National Party MPs at banks' treatment of drought-stricken farmers is creating dangerous divisions in Cabinet. ANGER among National Party MPs at banks' treatment of drought-stricken farmers is creating dangerous divisions in Cabinet.
17 Dec 14 Britney Spears looks, well, basically nothing like Britney Spears on the new cover of Women's Health Magazine.
17 Dec 14 The trophy home owned by the prominent Melbourne family finally has buyer after more than a year on the market.
17 Dec 14 A $650 million development has been given the green light in Brisbane's inner north.
16 Dec 14 The former league star spent more than $3 million on a fixer-upper.
15 Dec 14 This four-bedroom house has a mesmerising location.
15 Dec 14 Miss South Africa has claimed the crown at this year’s Miss World competition.
13 Dec 14 Words loom large for popular children's author Paul Jennings.
11 Dec 14 The Test captain scored $2.55 million, but has been outdone by teammate Shane Watson.
09 Dec 14 Six boob jobs, five children and three marriages later, former topless model Katie Price has gone under the knife for a seventh time.
08 Dec 14 Rental rants: The Tenants' Union celebrates 20 years of helping.
08 Dec 14 Over the odds were paid for a Prahan home.
02 Dec 14 A growing number of experts predict a rate cut in 2015.
01 Dec 14 The Real Estate Institute of NSW has threatened to start a political party in order to lobby for industry regulations.
01 Dec 14 Up 1.8 per cent one month, down 2.6 per cent the next, what is happening in Melbourne's market?
27 Nov 14 Foreign buyers who purchase property illegally and anyone who helps them may face harsher penalties.
26 Nov 14 A parliamentary inquiry is expected to recommend a crackdown on illegal purchases of established homes.
19 Nov 14 In what could be Victoria's only sale of more than $20 million this year, the on-again-off-again campaign to sell Norman and Tania Smorgon's extravagant Toorak estate is on again – this...
18 Nov 14 As they picked their way through India's dense, overpopulated slums, cricket icon Steve Waugh and his investment banking friend Dean Honan saw great struggle, but also great opportunity.
18 Nov 14 Award-winning architect Philip Thalis of Hill Thalis picks his favourite warehouse conversions.
Australia is leading the way with the use of plus-size models, but for most retailers and designers that's anything above a size eight.
15 Nov 14 Australia is leading the way with the use of plus-size models, but for most retailers and designers that's anything above a size eight.
14 Nov 14 The ACT government will cut down the height of the brickworks proposal in a revised plan set for next year.
14 Nov 14 British Prime Minister David Cameron is not a frequent visitor to the land down under, the place where, according to Prime Minister Tony Abbott, women glow and men wear dad jeans to...
12 Nov 14 No pain, no gain is a mantra that can be applied just as easily to aesthetic procedures as it can to exercise. Well, that used to be the case.
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I stopped shopping at Coles and Woolies ages ago. I have access to three IGA supermarkets in my
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Wheat at $320 is still going to be hard to beat with the cheapest fertilizer and herbicides
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Who gets the money? I hope it all goes back to the farmers who were hurt by it all.
ESCALATING dissatisfaction with the Pastoralists and Graziers Association's (PGA) Grains Committee has prompted CBH chairman Wally Newman to dump his membership.2:00 AM ESCALATING dissatisfaction with the Pastoralists and Graziers Association's (PGA) Grains Committee has prompted CBH...
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