The Supreme Court of Japan Has Just Ruled Tattooing Legal

For the first time in history, the Japanese Supreme Court has acknowledged tattooing as an art rather than a medical procedure. This win for the tattoo community came after an appeal was turned down against public prosecutors versus a 32-year-old man who tattooed three individuals and was fined $1,400 USD for doing so. The Supreme

Jamie Oliver divides fans with his latest cooking video

We’re all big fans of Jamie Oliver here at HELLO!, and his latest social media post certainly had our mouths watering. The celebrity chef shared a video clip on his Instagram page showing himself blowtorching the top of what looks like a lemon meringue pie – yum! There were plenty of compliments for the father-of-five

Naga praised by viewers as she shuts down Matt Hancock in heated testing debate

BBC Breakfast viewers have praised Naga Munchetty for ‘going in hard’ when grilling Matt Hancock during today’s programme.  The Health Secretary promised a second national lockdown would be the ‘last line of defence’, but Naga pointed out that unless the shortage of tests is swiftly resolved a second lockdown is ‘inevitable’.  As Naga asked how

Van Morrison Set to Release Anti-Lockdown Songs

Musician Van Morrison, best known for songs like “Brown Eyed Girl,” “Domino” and “Wild Night,” and for seminal albums “Moondance” and “Astral Weeks,” is set to release three songs protesting the U.K. lockdown. First up is “Born to Be Free,” out Sept. 25, followed by “As I Walked Out” on Oct. 9, and “No More

Is Lucia From ‘Ratched’ A Real Place? The California Setting Is Picturesque

Ratched diverts from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest in a lot of different ways, but the most immediately evident is the Netflix’s show’s bright, colorful visuals. The 1975 film displayed the drab hopelessness of Nurse Ratched’s psychiatric ward with muted tones, but the hospital in Ratched is extravagant, decked out with chandeliers on the