UM YES PLEASE.
All male attendees were also frisked upon arrival.
Neighboursssssss! Everybody needs good neighboursssssssssss!
This just gets weirder and weirder.
Name a more iconic duo.
“I’ll reschedule as soon as I can and I promise we’ll make up for it.”
Bust out your gold hotpants.
“We’ve been fighting to make this happen for a long, long time.”
“For all the lovers Down Under.”
It’s going to be in Melbourne.
Some very scientific projections using the Oldify app.
Our top predictions ahead of tonight’s big reveal.
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