Paris Jackson speaks out in support of the Women’s March

Celebrities turned out in droves for the the LA Women’s March on Saturday.

And Paris Jackson was one of the many stars that showed up in support of the national movement to unify those who stand for women’s rights.

The 19-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson even gave a speech at the rally as she posted a picture of her friends afterwards with the caption: ‘Feminism is cool’.

Showing her support: Paris Jackson, 19, showed up in support for the the LA Women's March on Saturday

Showing her support: Paris Jackson, 19, showed up in support for the the LA Women's March on Saturday

Showing her support: Paris Jackson, 19, showed up in support for the the LA Women’s March on Saturday

Donning a grey shirt that read ‘We are ALL immigrants’, Paris took the stage to add her voice to the list of stars that spoke including Natalie Portman and Viola Davis.

She posed while making a peace sign and later with the hashtag MeToo painted on her hands.

Also at the LA rally were Scarlett Johansson, Lesley Ann Warren, Francesca Eastwood with her mother Frances Fisher and Marcia Gay Harden.

Adele took a photo for her 31 million Instagram followers while posing besides Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lawrence.

My turn: The daughter of Michael Jackson gave a speech at the rally

My turn: The daughter of Michael Jackson gave a speech at the rally

My turn: The daughter of Michael Jackson gave a speech at the rally

Women’s marches took place across the country on Saturday just after the one year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. 

Jane Fonda, Chloe Moretz  and Common were in Park City, Utah, while Amy Schumer, Padma Lakshmi and Amber Tamblyn showed up in NYC.

The marches mark a year since the first protest and coincide with President Trump’s one year anniversary in office.

In solidarity: She posed while making a peace sign and later with the hashtag MeToo painted on her hands

In solidarity: She posed while making a peace sign and later with the hashtag MeToo painted on her hands

In solidarity: She posed while making a peace sign and later with the hashtag MeToo painted on her hands

This year, the marches also take on the momentum of the Me Too and Time’s Up movements against sexual misconduct which were sparked with allegations against Hollywood heavyweights last year.

They also coincide with a government shutdown.

Some 250 cities across the world played host to some form of march on Saturday.

Many of the protests were directed towards Trump’s immigration policies and his plans for DACA which shut down the government on Friday night when Democrats refused to move forward with talks.  

United front: she posted a picture of her friends afterwards with the caption: 'Feminism is cool'

United front: she posted a picture of her friends afterwards with the caption: 'Feminism is cool'

United front: she posted a picture of her friends afterwards with the caption: ‘Feminism is cool’

Wild cruise to 5-2 win over Lightning

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The Minnesota Wild got goals from Jared Spurgeon, Zach Parise, Nate Prosser, Jason Zucker and Marcus Foligno to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-2 on Saturday. It was the third consecutive loss for Tampa Bay and the first game of a season-long eight-game road trip.

Brayden Point scored twice for the Lightning (31-12-3) who are in the midst of their season-worst losing streak. They got 30 saves from goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy. For Minnesota (25-17-5) goalie Devan Dubnyk had 21 saves as the Wild earned at least a point at home for the eighth consecutive game.

Spurgeon opened the scoring for Minnesota, which had been off since last Sunday, with a blast from the blue line just seconds into the Wild’s first power play of the game. It was the sixth goal for Spurgeon, which is second among Wild defensemen.

Parise made it 2-0 with his first goal of the season. He was playing in just his eighth game, having missed the first half of the season after having back surgery in the spring. Another Wild defenseman, Prosser, made it 3-0 in the second before Point got the Lightning on the board with a wrist shot through traffic that deflected off Dubnyk’s blocker and into the net.

Foligno’s goal early in the third period re-established a three-goal lead for the Wild before Point scored on a 5-on-3 power play for the Lightning. Zucker scored an empty net goal in the final minute.

The game marked the Wild debut for left winger Kyle Rau, who signed as a free agent with Minnesota over the summer. Rau won Minnesota’s Mr. Hockey Award as a high school senior and was a University of Minnesota star before making his way back to his home state. His older brother, Chad, skated in nine games with Minnesota in the 2011-12 season, making the Raus the first brothers to play for the Wild.

–Field Level Media

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Kris Jenner’s cyber-stalker also hacked Kourtney’s emails

New details have emerged in the case of a Northern California woman accused of cyber-stalking Kris Jenner.

Court documents reveal that the 62-year-old momager wasn’t the only member of her family targeted by the defendant, Christina Elizabeth Bankston, according to E! News.

The documents, filed by her lawyers as a motion to dismiss eight of 15 charges, detail further allegations that the woman also hacked into daughter Kourtney Kardashian‘s, 38, email.

Hack attack: New documents in the case against Kris Jenner's alleged cyber-stalker include details accusing the defendant of also 'hacking' into an email account owned by daughter Kourtney Kardashian, pictured together in 2016 above

Hack attack: New documents in the case against Kris Jenner's alleged cyber-stalker include details accusing the defendant of also 'hacking' into an email account owned by daughter Kourtney Kardashian, pictured together in 2016 above

Hack attack: New documents in the case against Kris Jenner’s alleged cyber-stalker include details accusing the defendant of also ‘hacking’ into an email account owned by daughter Kourtney Kardashian, pictured together in 2016 above

Bankston, a nurse’s assistant, was first indicted in 2016, for hacking Jenner’s iCloud account as well as sending ‘illicit and threatening’ texts to Kris, former spouse Caitlyn, two of Jenner’s assistants and two unnamed family members.

Her indictment included six counts of stalking, four counts of computer hacking, one count of extortion by threat, and four counts of aggravated identity theft related to the computer hacking offenses. 

Prosecutors say she harassed Jenner and her family between March and September 2014.

The new motions offers more insight into the allegations against the defendant. 

The case: Defendant Elizabeth Bankston was indicted with 15 counts of stalking and related offenses in 2016 for hacking Jenner's iCloud account as well as sending 'illicit and threatening' texts to Kris, family, and her employees (Jenner pictured in New York in 2017)

The case: Defendant Elizabeth Bankston was indicted with 15 counts of stalking and related offenses in 2016 for hacking Jenner's iCloud account as well as sending 'illicit and threatening' texts to Kris, family, and her employees (Jenner pictured in New York in 2017)

The case: Defendant Elizabeth Bankston was indicted with 15 counts of stalking and related offenses in 2016 for hacking Jenner’s iCloud account as well as sending ‘illicit and threatening’ texts to Kris, family, and her employees (Jenner pictured in New York in 2017)

Faking it: Bankston has also been accused of impersonating Kris to text message ex spouse Caitlyn (above together in 2015) and one of Jenner's kids

Faking it: Bankston has also been accused of impersonating Kris to text message ex spouse Caitlyn (above together in 2015) and one of Jenner's kids

Faking it: Bankston has also been accused of impersonating Kris to text message ex spouse Caitlyn (above together in 2015) and one of Jenner’s kids

It’s claimed she obtained the credentials for Kourtney’s AOL account which granted her access to the star’s email account and contact information.

The document continues to say that Bankston hacked the email of another one of Kris’s family member who was not named.

Bankston has also been accused of impersonating Kris to text message Caitlyn and one of Jenner’s kids.

Additionally, it’s been claimed she impersonated Jenner in calls to the police, in which she reported fake incidents to authorities.

Targeting the family: The new motions offers more insight into the allegations, repeating allegations that the defendant obtained the credentials for Kourtney's AOL account (pictured in Los Angeles in 2017)

Targeting the family: The new motions offers more insight into the allegations, repeating allegations that the defendant obtained the credentials for Kourtney's AOL account (pictured in Los Angeles in 2017)

Targeting the family: The new motions offers more insight into the allegations, repeating allegations that the defendant obtained the credentials for Kourtney’s AOL account (pictured in Los Angeles in 2017)

Adding to the long list of allegations, Bankston’s also said to have hacked Jenner’s Instagram, allowing her to post rude comments about her own family as well as sharing the reality star’s and her relatives phone numbers via the account.   

In her motion, Bankston argued ‘The Constitution and the federal rules of criminal procedure protect’ her ‘right to be prosecuted in the federal judicial district where the alleged crimes occurred, rather than in a district convenient to the government or its celebrity complaining witnesses.’

The defendant, who is from California’s Bay Area, is being tried in Los Angeles.

The next hearing is scheduled to take place February 5. 

See you in court: The defendant, who is from California's Bay Area, is being tried in Los Angeles with the next hearing is scheduled to take place February 5 (family pictured in 2016)

See you in court: The defendant, who is from California's Bay Area, is being tried in Los Angeles with the next hearing is scheduled to take place February 5 (family pictured in 2016)

See you in court: The defendant, who is from California’s Bay Area, is being tried in Los Angeles with the next hearing is scheduled to take place February 5 (family pictured in 2016)

‘Killer’ of gay Ivy League student was a white nationalist

The accused killer of a California Ivy League student posted disturbing messages and images online that suggest he was a white nationalist.

Multiple sources say Samuel Woodard, 20, would post Neo-Nazi and white supremacist ideology on a now-deleted iFunny account.

In one particular post, the alleged murderer paid homage to the 1998 movie ‘American History X,’ by remaking the scene where skinhead Edward Norton stomps on a man’s head on a curb. 

While the boy pictured with Woodard was not injured, the ‘Saboteur’ – as the 20-year-old went by on the app – would post more incendiary comments.

Multiple sources say Samuel Woodard, 20, would post Neo-Nazi and white supremacist  ideology on a now-deleted iFunny account

Multiple sources say Samuel Woodard, 20, would post Neo-Nazi and white supremacist  ideology on a now-deleted iFunny account

Multiple sources say Samuel Woodard, 20, would post Neo-Nazi and white supremacist  ideology on a now-deleted iFunny account

In one particular post, the alleged murderer paid homage to 1998's 'American History X,' by remaking the scene where skinhead Edward Norton curb stomps

In one particular post, the alleged murderer paid homage to 1998's 'American History X,' by remaking the scene where skinhead Edward Norton curb stomps

In one particular post, the alleged murderer paid homage to 1998’s ‘American History X,’ by remaking the scene where skinhead Edward Norton curb stomps

Saboteur ‘was one hundred per cent a White Nationalist from his comments that I personally saw,’ an iFunny app user identified only as Daniel W. told the New York Post.

Several iFunny users and the boy’s teacher who looked over the photos and post on the page confirmed the account belonged to Woodard.

‘I would vigorously bone the living hell out of my English teacher, like holy f- -k. I don’t care if it’s miscegenation [interbreeding], That babe would be pregnant as f- -k year after year, around the clock, acting as a hub of genetic imperialism and giving life to half arab Saboteur-offspring to further my conquest and aims,’ said one post accompanied by a photo of Woodard dressed in a graduation gown next to a young teacher who is a person of color. 

He constantly got in debates over his beliefs ‘of white nationalism and support of Nazi ideas,’ according to Daniel W.

Samuel Woodward (pictured), 20, is accused of murdering Blaze Bernstein, 19, on January 2 by allegedly stabbing him

Samuel Woodward (pictured), 20, is accused of murdering Blaze Bernstein, 19, on January 2 by allegedly stabbing him

Samuel Woodward, 20, is accused of murdering Blaze Bernstein (pictured), 19, on January 2 by allegedly stabbing him

Samuel Woodward, 20, is accused of murdering Blaze Bernstein (pictured), 19, on January 2 by allegedly stabbing him

Samuel Woodward, 20, (left in custody) is accused of murdering Blaze Bernstein, 19, on January 2 by allegedly stabbing him 

‘Anti-Semitism and homophobia were certainly aspects of his ideology,’ said another iFunny user who added they were close with Woodard. 

Woodard was known for going on long extensive rants on iPolitics, a group on the app. 

‘Sam was a radical National Socialist. He dedicated his account to radical nationalist movements throughout history and worked towards spreading his ideology,’ the iFunny user who was close to Woodward asserted.

But over time, the posts got a lot more offensive and dark. 

He ‘went from a man interested in right-wing ideology to a much more concerning and dangerous belief system,’ the source added. 

Another source said Woodard had disdain for refugees.

And according to Oren Segal, director of Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism, this progression isn’t uncommon. 

‘Meme culture has been embraced by white supremacists, who are very active online and increasingly seek to employ irony and humor to spread their hateful messages,’ he said.

Woodard was still regarded as ‘one of the smartest and most sane nationalists on the app,’ even though he began drifting away from it over the last year.         

Samuel Woodward, 20, was charged with murdering Blaze Bernstein, 19, on January 2. 

Police say he attacked Bernstein while the pair were in his parked car at Borrego Park in Orange County, California, where Bernstein was visiting home for a winter break. 

The teenager’s body was found in a shallow grave a week after he vanished. 

Woodward was the last person to see him alive and had picked him up from home on the night he disappeared. 

Authorities with knowledge of the case revealed earlier this week that Woodward had told them Bernstein kissed him in the car and that it was unwanted advance. 

Woodward previously boasted about his strict Catholicism on AskFM. Above is one of his posts

Woodward previously boasted about his strict Catholicism on AskFM. Above is one of his posts

Woodward previously boasted about his strict Catholicism on AskFM. Above is one of his posts

Woodward was unapologetic about his religion when making the posts on AskFM 

Woodward was unapologetic about his religion when making the posts on AskFM 

Woodward was unapologetic about his religion when making the posts on AskFM 

He allegedly said that he wanted to call him a f****t afterwards. 

Old posts Woodward made in the past about his religion have resurfaced as the investigation against him continues. 

He wrote on AskFM that if he was ever deserted on an island, the two things he would want with him would be ‘a Bible and a Colt .45’.

He also complained on the site about President Obama, describing him as ‘a hypocritical, spineless socialist.’ 

In another post, Woodward is said to have condemned the Macklemore song Same Love which the musician released in 2013 in support of same sex marriage. 

He described it as ‘the worst song’ he had ever heard. 

In previous posts, the youngster defended the Confederate flag.  

Woodward's Facebook post, including this one in which he defended the Confederate flag, previously emerged 

Woodward's Facebook post, including this one in which he defended the Confederate flag, previously emerged 

Woodward’s Facebook post, including this one in which he defended the Confederate flag, previously emerged 

Woodward and Bernstein were classmates at the Orange County School of the Arts in Santa Ana before Bernstein started college at the University of Pennsylvania. 

It is not clear how close the pair were when they were in the performing arts school together. 

Staff there said they were surprised when they learned Woodward had been arrested for Bernstein’s murder and that he was a non-confrontational student. 

One coach did recall how, aged 15 at the time, he requested to play military roles and was delighted when he was tasked with performing one of Brad Pitt’s monologues from the film Inglorious Basterds. 

‘He really liked it. He ate it up,’ Philip Schwadron, who taught Woodward, told The Los Angeles Times.

Woodward’s parents are devout Catholics. They held hands in court when he appeared at Santa Ana Superior Court on Wednesday. 

Police say Woodward (pictured) stabbed Bernstein 20 times then buried his body in a shallow grave which was not revealed until a week after his killing

Police say Woodward (pictured) stabbed Bernstein 20 times then buried his body in a shallow grave which was not revealed until a week after his killing

Police say Woodward stabbed Bernstein (pictured) 20 times then buried his body in a shallow grave which was not revealed until a week after his killing

Police say Woodward stabbed Bernstein (pictured) 20 times then buried his body in a shallow grave which was not revealed until a week after his killing

Police say Woodward (left) stabbed Bernstein (right) 20 times then buried his body in a shallow grave which was not revealed until a week after his killing

Blaze's parents Jeanne and Gideon spoke out on Wednesday to say they were not focused on his son's killer's motives

Blaze's parents Jeanne and Gideon spoke out on Wednesday to say they were not focused on his son's killer's motives

Blaze’s parents Jeanne and Gideon spoke out on Wednesday to say they were not focused on his son’s killer’s motives

His mother Michele is a therapist and his father Blake is the vice president of a commercial real estate. 

Earlier in the week, Michele read a statement outside their home to ask for privacy. 

‘This is a time of great suffering, and we would ask that you would respect that suffering. Thank you very much,’ she said.

Bernstein’s parents have said very little of his accused killer. 

During an interview with Today on Thursday, his lawyer mother Jeanne said she wanted Woodward to have a ‘fair trial’.  

‘It’s not going to help anything, and if we talk about these things now, then this young man will not get a fair trial, and I want that for… I want that all of us.’

‘I want the legal system to work. I’m an attorney. I value it,’ she said. 

Prosecutors have not ruled out charging Woodward with a hate crime but say they will only do so if there is enough evidence.

Jazz halt Clippers’ streak with offensive explosion

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Donovan Mitchell scored 23 points and Joe Ingles matched a pair of career highs, scoring 21 points while making five 3-pointers, to lead the Utah Jazz to a 125-113 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday night.

Six different players scored in double figures to help Utah win for just the sixth time in its last 22 games. The Jazz led from wire-to-wire.

Lou Williams scored 31 points, collected 10 steals and dished out seven assists. Blake Griffin chipped in 25 points and eight rebounds while Wesley Johnson added 17 points and eight boards off the bench.

The Clippers saw a six-game winning streak snapped.

Utah started strong on offense and set new season-highs for points in a quarter (39 in the first) and points in a half (76) during the first half. The Jazz shot 30-of-48 from the field before halftime and got contributions across the board along the way.

The Clippers kept it close for a short time during the first quarter. Los Angeles cut Utah’s lead to 15-14 when Milos Teodosic buried a pull-up 3-pointer. Then the Jazz steadily pulled away. Jonas Jerebko made back-to-back layups while Ricky Rubio drained a 3-pointer and Ingles buried a jumper over the next four possessions to fuel a 9-2 run. It gave Utah some breathing room with a 24-16 lead.

The Jazz eventually opened up their first double-digit lead at 35-24 off a 3-pointer from Raul Neto. Utah kept pressing on the gas pedal well into the second quarter. Los Angeles trailed by double digits virtually the entire quarter. The Jazz led by as many as 20 points before halftime, going up 76-56 on back-to-back 3-pointers from Ingles.

Utah increased its lead to 25 points early in the third quarter. Donovan Mitchell slashed to the rim and completed a 3-point play to put the Jazz up 94-69 with 6:48 left in the quarter.

Los Angeles made a rally in the fourth quarter, keyed by several baskets and steals from Williams. The Clippers eventually trimmed Utah’s lead to 119-113 on a 3-pointer from Teodosic with 1:19 left.

Utah weathered the storm. Gobert threw down a dunk while Rubio and Mitchell both made free throws to secure the win in the final minute.

–Field Level Media

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At least five dead in Kabul hotel attack: Afghan spy…

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Afghan security forces keep watch near the Intercontinental Hotel following an attack in Kabul on January 21, 2018

Afghan security forces keep watch near the Intercontinental Hotel following an attack in Kabul on January 21, 2018

Afghan security forces keep watch near the Intercontinental Hotel following an attack in Kabul on January 21, 2018

Gunmen have killed at least five people and wounded eight others in an ongoing attack on Kabul’s Intercontinental Hotel, an official said Sunday, as panicked guests were seen climbing over balconies to escape.

More than eleven hours after the assault began Afghan security forces were still clearing the hotel, with at least one of the four gunmen involved on the loose, a security source said.

“Five are dead,” an official with the Afghan spy agency told AFP, adding 100 hostages have been released.

Dramatic images broadcast on Afghanistan’s Tolo News showed thick black smoke and flames billowing from the top of the six-floor hotel.

Several people could be seen climbing over a top-floor balcony using bedsheets to escape, with one losing his grip and plunging to the ground.

Four gunmen burst into the hotel on Saturday night, opening fire on guests and staff and taking dozens of people hostage, including foreigners.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the latest assault in the war-torn Afghan capital that followed a series of security warnings in recent days to avoid hotels and other locations frequented by foreigners.

It is not clear how many people are still inside the hotel, which was previously attacked by Taliban militants in 2011.

During the night special forces were lowered by helicopters onto the roof of the landmark hotel, interior ministry deputy spokesman Nasrat Rahimi told AFP earlier, adding two attackers had been killed.

A guest hiding in a room told AFP he could hear gunfire inside the 1960s hotel where dozens of people attending an information technology conference on Sunday were staying.

“I don’t know if the attackers are inside the hotel but I can hear gunfire from somewhere near the first floor,” the man, who did not want to be named, said by telephone.

“We are hiding in our rooms. I beg the security forces to rescue us as soon as possible before they reach and kill us.”

His phone was switched off when AFP tried to contact him again.

Local resident Abdul Sattar said he had spoken by phone to some of his friends who are chefs and waiters at the hotel and are trapped inside.

“Suddenly they attacked the dinner gathering… (then) they broke into the rooms, took some people hostage and they opened fire on some of them,” he told AFP.

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Margot Robbie at the Producers Guild Awards

She’s the Neighbours alumna that’s gone on to star in blockbuster films and founded her own production company, LuckyChap Entertainment in 2014.

And Margot Robbie is fast becoming a Hollywood heavyweight, attending the Producers Guild Awards, in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Recognised for her work in biopic I, Tonya, the 27-year-old cut an effortlessly chic figure in a plunging black silk frock. 

Effortlessly chic! Margot Robbie, 27, looked flawless in a plunging black silk frock, as she arrived at the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday 

Effortlessly chic! Margot Robbie, 27, looked flawless in a plunging black silk frock, as she arrived at the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday 

Effortlessly chic! Margot Robbie, 27, looked flawless in a plunging black silk frock, as she arrived at the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday 

Girlboss! Margot attended a breakfast for the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday

Girlboss! Margot attended a breakfast for the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday

Girlboss! Margot attended a breakfast for the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday

Margot looked every inch the Hollywood producer, as she engaged in a Q and A session.

The Suicide Squad actress covered her petite upper frame in a black turtleneck sweater, tucked into a high-waisted striped skirt.

Accessorising with her wedding band and a statement ring, Margot kept her energy levels up, holding a takeaway coffee cup in hand.

Her blonde locks styled straight and in a centre part, the Queensland-based personality enhanced her striking facial features with a matte complexion, defined brows, lashings of mascara and a nude lip. 

Looking the part: Margot looked every inch the Hollywood producer, as she engaged in a Q and A session. The Queensland-born star has been nominated for her work in biopic, I, Tonya 

Looking the part: Margot looked every inch the Hollywood producer, as she engaged in a Q and A session. The Queensland-born star has been nominated for her work in biopic, I, Tonya 

Looking the part: Margot looked every inch the Hollywood producer, as she engaged in a Q and A session. The Queensland-born star has been nominated for her work in biopic, I, Tonya 

With the board: The former Neighbours star happily posed for photos with members of the PGA board 

With the board: The former Neighbours star happily posed for photos with members of the PGA board 

With the board: The former Neighbours star happily posed for photos with members of the PGA board 

Margot was a guest of honour at the prestigious event, nominated for I, Tonya, in the category of The Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures.

The blonde beauty not only starred as the lead role in the film, but also acted as a producer alongside husband Tom Ackerley, 28, Steven Rogers and Bryan Unkeless.  

I, Tonya follows the real life story of US figure skating champion Tonya Harding whose reputation becomes tarnished when her ex-husband conspires to injure, fellow Olympic hopeful Nancy Kerrigan.

Mixing business with pleasure hasn’t affected Margot’s marriage with Tom, having told Whimn that they rarely fight.  

Husband and wife duo: The blonde beauty not only starred as the lead role in the film, I, Tonya, but also acted as a producer alongside husband Tom Ackerley (pictured), 28, Steven Rogers and Bryan Unkeless 

Husband and wife duo: The blonde beauty not only starred as the lead role in the film, I, Tonya, but also acted as a producer alongside husband Tom Ackerley (pictured), 28, Steven Rogers and Bryan Unkeless 

Husband and wife duo: The blonde beauty not only starred as the lead role in the film, I, Tonya, but also acted as a producer alongside husband Tom Ackerley (pictured), 28, Steven Rogers and Bryan Unkeless 

‘We don’t really fight. I know that sounds weird but we are not people who like conflict,’ she explained.

‘We don’t need to yell at each other to know that we love each other. So, it’s pretty chilled in our house. We got along really well,’ Margot added.  

Margot became a household name after starring as Donna Freedman in Channel Ten’s long-running soap Neighbours, from 2008 to 2011.

Relocating to the United States, the entertainer scored her breakthrough role in The Wolf of Wall Street, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. 

Launching her own production company, LuckyChap Entertainment in 2014, Margot has gone on to star in films such as The Legend of Tarzan and Suicide Squad.  

Like a house on fire: Mixing business with pleasure hasn't affected Margot's marriage with Tom, having told Whimn that they rarely fight: 'We don't really fight. I know that sounds weird but we are not people who like conflict' 

Like a house on fire: Mixing business with pleasure hasn't affected Margot's marriage with Tom, having told Whimn that they rarely fight: 'We don't really fight. I know that sounds weird but we are not people who like conflict' 

Like a house on fire: Mixing business with pleasure hasn’t affected Margot’s marriage with Tom, having told Whimn that they rarely fight: ‘We don’t really fight. I know that sounds weird but we are not people who like conflict’ 

WATCH: The moment Manu sends home controversial MKR team

It’s expected to be the most controversial moment in My Kitchen Rules history.

And in a promo clip released by Channel Seven on Sunday, fans got a first look at the moment Manu Feildel eliminates an all-female team for ‘unacceptable’ behaviour.

In the video, the French chef, 44, is shown losing his temper with two contestants and abruptly sending them home in front of the other shocked guests. 

'This behaviour is unacceptable!' The VERY tense moment My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel (pictured) eliminates an all-female team from the show over 'inappropriate conduct'

'This behaviour is unacceptable!' The VERY tense moment My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel (pictured) eliminates an all-female team from the show over 'inappropriate conduct'

‘This behaviour is unacceptable!’ The VERY tense moment My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel (pictured) eliminates an all-female team from the show over ‘inappropriate conduct’

In the video, a dramatic voiceover states: ‘It’s never happened before… this year one team will go too far!’

Manu, sitting with fellow judge Pete Evans, then appears to direct his frustration towards Victorian team Roula and Rachael.

He tells them: ‘This behaviour is unacceptable, you’re excused from the table!’

Rachael, who is wearing a red frock, swears in response before swiftly leaving the room.

Shocking moment: In the video, a dramatic voiceover states: 'It's never happened before... this year one team will go too far!' 

Shocking moment: In the video, a dramatic voiceover states: 'It's never happened before... this year one team will go too far!' 

Shocking moment: In the video, a dramatic voiceover states: ‘It’s never happened before… this year one team will go too far!’ 

'They'll be thrown out of the competition': The promo has been edited to strongly suggest that Roula and Rachael (pictured) will be axed from the show over the incident - however, previous reports have suggested that it is another all-female team, Jess and Emma, that will be cut

'They'll be thrown out of the competition': The promo has been edited to strongly suggest that Roula and Rachael (pictured) will be axed from the show over the incident - however, previous reports have suggested that it is another all-female team, Jess and Emma, that will be cut

‘They’ll be thrown out of the competition’: The promo has been edited to strongly suggest that Roula and Rachael (pictured) will be axed from the show over the incident – however, previous reports have suggested that it is another all-female team, Jess and Emma, that will be cut

The voiceover continues: ‘They’ll be thrown out of the competition… what’s about to happen will make MKR unmissable.’

While the promo has been edited to strongly suggest that Roula and Rachael will be axed from the show over the incident, previous reports have suggested that it is another all-female team – Jess and Emma – that will be cut.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Channel Seven for comment.

Making headlines: Real estate dynamo Jess Alvial and her sister Emma Byron are believed to be the controversial team that gets sent home mid-season 

Making headlines: Real estate dynamo Jess Alvial and her sister Emma Byron are believed to be the controversial team that gets sent home mid-season 

Making headlines: Real estate dynamo Jess Alvial and her sister Emma Byron are believed to be the controversial team that gets sent home mid-season 

Real estate dynamo Jess Alvial and her sister Emma Byron are believed to be the controversial team that gets sent home mid-season.

They were reportedly at the center of a row with an all-male team at a Tasmanian hotel while filming the series in November. 

According to The Daily Telegraph, the confrontation began after one of the women heard ‘someone saying something particularly insensitive about a young boy’. 

My Kitchen Rules will premiere on Channel Seven on January 29 

Coming soon! My Kitchen Rules will premiere on Channel Seven on January 29

Coming soon! My Kitchen Rules will premiere on Channel Seven on January 29

Coming soon! My Kitchen Rules will premiere on Channel Seven on January 29