She’s known for being notoriously private, but Rebel Wilson was an open book when she sat down for an interview with Ant Middleton on his new show, Straight Talking.
The 40-year-old actress shared a teaser trailer for the show, which will air on the UK’s Sky TV on Thursday.
The trailer began with Ant, 40, explaining that he’s ‘trained in tactical questioning’ and will be using his ‘skill set to interview’ the Pitch Perfect star.
‘I hope we just have an amazing time together, fall in love… Wait, is Ant single or…?’ joked Rebel, talking about the handsome SAS Australia star.
Despite describing herself as ‘a very candid person’, Ant acknowledged that Rebel is ‘a bit of an enigma’.
Elsewhere in the trailer, Rebel, who went public with her relationship with multimillionaire Jacob Busch in September, admitted: ‘I have kind of always been very private about my private life.’
Ant said he was ‘taking her away from the public glare, into the wild heart of northern Mexico’ so that he could ‘best get to know her’.
Rebel also revealed her brush with death after contracting malaria, and spoke about her experience with Hollywood’s #MeToo movement.
‘I was pretty lucky. I only had, like, two sexual harassment experiences,’ she confessed.
Other admissions the Australian funnywoman made included ‘not loving’ herself from between the ages of 20 to 40.
‘I feel so sad for myself that I did that. You know, not loving yourself in the right way,’ she revealed, getting emotional.
Speaking about Ant, she jokingly added: ‘So is he trained in interrogation? What the hell?! Should I have trained in waterboarding or something?’
She recently split from her Supercars driver boyfriend James Courtney after a whirlwind romance.
But former WAG Kyly Clarke isn't letting it get her down.
On Tuesday, the 39-year-old appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed some bonding time with her five-year-old daughter Kelsey Lee, who she shares with her ex husband Michael Clarke.
The mother-of-one flaunted her trim physique and super toned torso as she treated her daughter to an ice-cream at Balmoral beach.
She cut a cute figure in a white broderie anglaise skirt and a blue and white stripped top, which was knotted at the waist to reveal her ripped stomach.
To complete the look, she accessorised with maroon slides, a visor and toted a large bag featuring palm trees.
The House Rules judge tied her long brunette locks into a bun and appeared to go makeup free as she shaded her eyes with sunglasses.
Meanwhile, Kelsey Lee looked adorable in pale pink leggings and a grey T-shirt featuring Minnie Mouse.
She paired the look with a pink cap and thongs as she happily gobbled up her ice-cream.
The pair were joined by another woman, who appears to be Kyly's mother, Yvanne Boldy.
She cut a casual figure in denim shorts and a green and white striped top, which she paired with a sun hat and sunglasses.
Kelsey appeared to be having a great time at the beach as the two women swung her in the air.
The outing comes following her recent split from her beau James after a brief romance.
Kyly ended things with the race car driver, 40, in December, just weeks after going public with their romance.
The break-up was reportedly caused by the pair being unable to make a long-distance arrangement work, with Kyly based in Sydney and James living in Queensland.
They had previously dated two decades ago as teenagers, before rekindling their spark last year following Kyly's split from her ex-husband, Michael Clarke.
Kyle Sandilands didn't hold back when he interviewed Sunrise host Samantha Armytage on his KIIS FM radio show on Wednesday.
Samantha, 44, who just married millionaire businessman Richard Lavender, 60, on New Year's Eve, was grilled for intimate details about her sex life with her new husband.
But Sam politely declined to spill the beans about that side of the couple's relationship.
Kyle first breached the topic when he asked Sam about how she and Richard first met and if they went home together after their first date.
Sam said they didn't, before Kyle asked about their first kiss.
'What was the first kiss like? I feel like it was in the car,' he brazenly asked.
Sam handled the probing well and said they kissed on his lawn at his house in the Southern Highlands.
'How awkward to kiss somebody in the car, leaning over the handbrake,' Sam said with a laugh.
She added: 'It was on his farm.'
Kyle then proceeded to ask for details about their sex life.
'We know where the first kiss was. What about the first night of the passion, where you thought this man is for me?' he said.
His co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson scolded the shock jock and said: 'Don't ask her that!'
'No, I'm not telling you that,' Sam hit back.
'Was it a messy night, on the drink? You planned it? He planned it?' Kyle went on.
Sam said she was 'just trying to remember' and then joked that they should talk about Basil Zempilas.
Elsewhere in the chat, Kyle asked if Sam had a 'shotgun wedding' or if she was pregnant.
Sam insisted that she wasn't expecting and that it wasn't a shotgun wedding, but rather they decided to get married over the Christmas break, leading her to have just a few days to plan a wedding for their big day, which was held on New Year's Eve.
'It was very last minute though, we did decide to do it just after Christmas. And dad was the one who said, "for goodness sake, do it," Sam said.
Sam married millionaire businessman Richard at his Southern Highlands estate on New Year's Eve.
The pair reportedly started dating in April 2019 and officially confirmed their romance in November that year.
She has officially taken on Richard's surname personally, and for now, will continue to use her maiden name professionally.
Manchester United can't win the Premier League unless Paul Pogba delivers his very best form for two or three months , believes Gary Neville.
The Frenchman has fought his way back into the team recently and is beginning to perform well for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
Neville thinks the World Cup winner is the kind of player who can raise levels of belief for those around him and make the difference in the title race.
He said on his podcast: 'I think Manchester United's chances of winning this league are slim - Liverpool and Man City are still the best two teams in this league.
'But the slim chance they have to win this league will depend on something like Paul Pogba delivering a cameo of two or three months of brilliance, which he is capable of.
'He's got confidence, he's got arrogance - good arrogance, in a sense that he believes in himself.
'He thinks he should be playing in the biggest games in the world, and winning titles, and thinking positive thoughts, thinking you're the best is a big thing when you're looking to win.
'Just in that last 20 minutes, I felt United just had that little bit of missing belief. It's not a long way away, but that's the bit that will stop them winning the title.'
Neville also selected the areas United can improve to win the title.
He continued: 'We know Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted that right-wing position filled in the summer, and he didn't get it, and it's just posing a little bit of a problem. If there was a goalscoring right winger in that squad today, with Rashford and Martial, that I think would be a difference. So a centre-back that gets them up the pitch that 10 yards, and a right winger, they are the two positions I'd focus on.
'We know Liverpool's problems were a centre-back and a goalkeeper, and they signed Virgil van Dijk and Alisson. Manchester United just need that little bit of belief, and a couple extra players, and they're not as far away as it looks if City and Liverpool stay at this standard and don't jump back up to that 100-point standard.'
Pogba missed one of the best chances in the game against Liverpool in Sunday's stalemate.
Afterwards, Roy Keane reflected on Sky Sports that the midfielder passed up the opportunity to be the main man.
He said: 'You can tell by his (Pogba's) reaction. The first touch is excellent but oh my God. He has to score. Go across the goalkeeper, he can do that (looking at the defender).
'His first touch was so good, he's given himself the opportunity to go across. But credit to the goalkeeper, he stood up and made himself big. That was the chance you were praying for before the game.
'You can't say Liverpool are playing badly but they've lost their spark. When you get opportunities like Pogba's, (you must be) so disappointed. We gave him a big build-up and that was the moment for him to be the main man, you have to take that chance. I won't be too critical of United.'
Neville was more forgiving of Pogba's performance as a whole at Anfield as he was put out of position.
He added: 'I thought it was tough for him on Sunday. I've seen it over the years, where Sir Alex Ferguson had to put Wayne Rooney or Danny Welbeck out on that right-hand side, and it's not easy when you don't play there, to play there.
'It's easier to come off the left onto your right and slip inside, but it's not natural for them on that right wing, so I thought he was given a tough gig on Sunday in terms of his natural position.
'If you asked Paul Pogba: you can play any position in midfield or any up front, that's the one he wouldn't pick, right of midfield. I didn't criticise his performance at Anfield because I thought it was a tough gig - the same with Rashford, who prefers to play on the left - but I do think he can have a big influence on United.'
The draw at Anfield means United remain three points ahead of Liverpool, two ahead of Leicester and two ahead of Manchester City, who have a game in hand.