Ally Law and Ryan Taylor: YouTubers broke into Big Brother house

It was the second time in a week they had sneaked into the studio, St Albans Magistrates’ Court heard.

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A laughing Law had dropped his trousers and jumped into the housemates’ hot tub while wearing a GoPro camera, which showed security guards arriving in the garden.

Footage of the guards shouting at him to get out was played in court, with a female security guard eventually jumping in to pull Law out of the water.

Housemates on the Channel 5 show, including dancer Wayne Sleep, actress Jess Impiazzi and Boyzone’s Shane Lynch, were put into lockdown as metal shutters rolled over the windows on 26 January.

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YouTube prankster Ryan Taylor ‘filmed breaking into Celebrity Big Brother house’

A prankster from the Black Country filmed himself and a friend breaking into the Celebrity Big Brother house during a live eviction show, a court heard.

Alarmed security guards ran into the Big Brother garden to confront the YouTuber Ryan Taylor, aged 25, and 21-year-old Ally Law who was in the pool, it was claimed.

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Housemates were left ‘shocked and frightened’ and the security shutters came down to cover the windows.

It was the second time in a week the two YouTubers, who each have half a million followers, had allegedly sneaked into the studio area to get within feet of the celebrities taking part in the Channel 5 show.

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Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ Scores The Biggest Streaming Week Ever For A Woman

The success of the video has also meant there are still more records for ‘Thank U, Next’ to break, and it just shattered a big one. The song returned to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 on the chart dated December 15, and that was due primarily to its 93.8 million U.S. streams during that week. (YouTube streams are factored into Billboard’s chart data, by the way.) If that sounds like a lot, that’s because it is: it’s the largest weekly total ever by a female artist.

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  • Publisher: UPROXX
  • Date: 2018-12-10T21:28:29+00:00
  • Author: Derrick Rossignol
  • Twitter: @UPROXX
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Why Ally Bank’s CMO is Really Their ‘Chief Disruption Officer’

Ally Bank sets the bar as they continually push the envelope with some of the most bold, creative and daring marketing campaigns in banking. Andrea Brimmer, bank marketing veteran and Ally’s CMO, explains how they leverage disruptive marketing.

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Statements from the institution’s top marketing boss helps explain why Ally has been one of the most disruptive brands to hit the industry in recent years. They see marketing differently than most other banking providers, leveraging a potent mix of creativity, courage and media strategy to differentiate their brand while breaking through the cacophony of noise in today’s cluttered advertising landscape.

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  • Publisher: The Financial Brand
  • Date: 2018-12-03T05:03:52+00:00
  • Twitter: @FinancialBrand
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Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Brandi Carlile, H.E.R.: Biggest snubs and surprises of the 2019 Grammy nominations

SNUB: Taylor Swift Swift just set a record at the American Music Awards, and she has always been a Recording Academy favorite, having won a whopping 10 Grammys previously. But she was practically passed over entirely this year. Not only was her latest album, Reputation, not nominated for the Album of the Year award (which she has won twice, for Fearless and 1989), but also she only earned one nod overall, for Best Pop Vocal Album.

SURPRISE: Brandi Carlile The gifted singer-songwriter has been a critics’ darling for years, and her sixth studio album, By the Way, I Forgive You, is sure to land on many 2018 best-of lists. But few pundits predicted that Carlile would be one of this year’s leading Grammy artists with six nominations total (trailing Kendrick Lamar’s eight and Drake’s seven), including for Album, Record and Song of the Year.

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