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Read article Last night (27th April 15) the likes of Joanna Lumley, Caroline Rush, Malaika Firth and Erin OConnor were just some of the high profile names celebrating the fifth Women: Inspiration and Enterprise (WIE) Awards.

Read article Ed Miliband was in a fluster when he arrived at the Hospital Club for the WIE Awards.

Photos from the Internet Dating Conference taking place on June 16 - 18, 2010 in Beverly Hills.

i Date2010 West in Los Angeles was a successful event for many.

It wasn't just the fact that there was a room full of inspirational women (though understandable) and hardly any men (Noelle Reno's boyfriend Scott did come along) but that he was stuck in traffic and the ceremony had to be put on hold for five minutes.

The guests didn't mind, especially Claudia Winkleman, Jemima Khan and Jo Malone, who used the time wisely to locate the tuna steak canapes.

Jimmy Carr, who co-presented the original show with June Sarpong, has been confirmed as returning to host the new show.

reports that a representative from the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner - Coroner has confirmed that Sarpong died after jumping off a bridge.

Speaking about the format, the channel explains: "Over a series of revelation-filled rounds, couples are forced to compare their looks with other people's - and ultimately with each other's - in this relationship-testing game."Jimmy Carr says: "I'm delighted to be bringing back Your Face Or Mine to Comedy Central.

In an age when people are forever judging individuals on how they look, placing attractiveness on a pedestal above intelligence, and forcing others to fit societal norms of beauty, why not make them do all of those things, to their loved ones, on national television and for money?

Beauty high street Superdrug has now promised to make some changes in its product range, and offer a wider choice specifically for black and Asian beauty lovers.

Their Shades of Beauty campaign has been launched to tackle this issue with the aim of making it more accessible for women of colour to shop affordably on the high street.