Donna Freedman this week on “Neighbours”

SPOILER: This is Australian air-time so people in other countries that watch neighbour are behind so you may get spoilers if you read this.

Neighbours: 8th – 12th March

Monday:Donna’s worried about confronting her former boss, Saffron, who’s now her teacher at uni.

Tuesday: Donna suspects there’s more to Mia than meets the eye.

Source: TV Week Magazine

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Donna Freedman this week on “Nieghbours”

SPOILER: This is Australian air-time so people in other countries that watch neighbour are behind so you may get spoilers if you read this.

Neighbours: 1st – 5th March

Tuesday: Aware he Zeke hasnt forgiven her for cheating on Ringo, Donna tries hard to win back Zeke’s friendship.

Wednesday: Donna feels like the odd one out among her friends. And is she still pining for ex-boyfriend Ringo?

Friday: Donna is horrified to discover she already has a less-than-desirable reputation at uni.

Source: TV Week Magazine

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Donna Freedman this week on Neighbours

SPOILER: This is Australian air-time so people in other countries that watch neighbour are behind so you may get spoilers if you read this.

Neighbours: 15th – 19th Feb

Wednesday: Donna returns to face the music.

Thursday: Donna begins rebuilding her life.

Friday: Donna realises she needs to find a way to deal with Andrew. They both come to an agreement.

Source: TV Week Magazine

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Jordan Smith (Andrew Robinson) enjoying kissing scenes with Margot Robbie on Neighbours.

Neighbours newcomer Jordan Smith has admitted that he is enjoying his kissing scenes on the soap.

The actor, who was cast in the role of Paul Robinson’s son Andrew last year, was required to lock lips with co-star Margot Robbie (Donna Freedman) during his first day on set.

Reflecting on the experience, Smith commented: “It’s bit weirder in rehearsals because you come face-to-face and don’t kiss. You’re just kind of breathing on each other. But when you kiss it’s pretty fun actually!”

Speaking to the show’s official website, he added: “When I told my mates I’d be kissing Margot Robbie they were pretty stoked. I didn’t know who Margot was. I hadn’t watched the show before. But when I saw her I thought, ‘This isn’t going to be difficult’.

“Because she’s such a good actress and she’s really professional she made it really easy. She talked me through it and said ‘don’t worry about it’.”

Smith’s first scenes will air on UK screens next week.

Source: digitalspy.co.uk

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Donna Freedman this week on Nieghbours

SPOILER: This is Australian air-time so people in other countries that watch neighbour are behind so you may get spoilers if you read this.

Neighbours: 1st – 5th Feb

Monday: Donna and Andrews secret is under threat.

Tuesday: Donna’s secret is in danger of being exposed.

Thursday: Donna spirals out of control.

Source: TV Week Magazine

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Saucy thigh-high boots set to bring out the minx in Melbourne’s fashionistas

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SAUCY thigh-high boots are set to bring out the minx in Melbourne’s fashionistas.

Currently big in Europe and the US, the daring boots, finishing at the top of the leg, leaving only a hint of skin, will be the hottest look on the street this autumn and winter.

Neighbours star Margot Robbie is a fan of the trend, showing off a pair of stretch Tony Bianco Fanatic boots, and a Pauw mini-dress from Melbourne boutique Cose Ipanema.

Fashion-obsessed Robbie, who plays Donna Freedman on the long-running Channel 10 show, said she planned to wear the skin-tight leather look with a short skirt, balanced by a loose top.

Luxury French label Louis Vuitton has created a pair of $4000 gold brocade thigh boots, but Aussie stores are reproducing the sexy style in a more affordable version.

Tony Bianco, director Anthony Bianco, said the trend has been seen on the streets of New York, international catwalks, and London’s high streets.

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Margot in Ten’s new station ID

Margot plays apart of Channel Tens new Station ID, cheak it out below. Article below about outrage with the contents of its new ID.

MENTAL health advocates have lashed out at Channel 10’s new station promotion, which features network stars mimicking patients in a support group, “suffering” from their celebrity status.

High-profile presenters including Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Paul McDermott and Shaun Micallef parody those in crisis, appearing dishevelled, catatonic and highly emotional.

Bassingthwaighte cries hysterically, comic Mikey Robbins rocks in his chair, mumbling, while Neighbours starlet Margot Robbie mindlessly strums the show’s theme song on a toy guitar.

Talkin Bout My Generation’s Amanda Keller sums up the stars’ complaints, telling the group they are feeling “the pressure of making 2010 even better than last year.”

However, counsellors have attacked the station I.D as “insensitive” and “distasteful.”

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