The Block, an Australian Reality Show is Trending in Australia Because of Jason and Sarah

After their “offensive” lack of work ethic on The Block, contestants Sarah and Jason have been given one week to prove themselves or they will be booted off the reality show.

The married pair, who forfeited their room reveal this week, were slammed by the judges and host Scotty Cam on Sunday night’s episode for taking their privileged position on the television show for granted.

The Melbourne couple however insisted they were simply panicked parents worried their travelling kids could get caught up in a terrorist act.The children, Greta, Oscar and Henry, aged between 8 and 12, were staying with Sarah’s sister-in-law during the three months of filming The Block.

The thirteenth season of Australian reality television series The Block premiered on 30 July 2017 on the Nine Network.

Florida Weather is Trending in UK as Hurricane Irma Hits Florida

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After blasting the northern Caribbean, deadly Hurricane Irma has turned toward the United States. While the strength of the storm has wavered, destructive winds, flooding rain and inundating seas will continue to hit Florida into Monday, a report said.

"There will be massive damage in Florida. [It will be] the worst single hurricane to hit Florida since Hurricane Andrew in 1992," Myers said.

As Hurricane Irma's devastating blow to Florida's southernmost point worsened Sunday morning, officials warned anyone who stayed that they were on their own until the storm's impacts waned.

The current track of Irma will bring severe and life-threatening impacts to all of the Florida Keys and a large portion of the Florida Peninsula, including Key West, Key Largo, Tampa, Fort Myers, Naples, Sarasota and Miami.

"The first thing I ask everybody to do is pray for us," Florida Gov. Rick Scott told ABC News Sunday morning.

Sloane Stephens, the Winner of the 2017 US Open is Trending in USA

In a tour de force performance, Sloane Stephens overwhelmed fellow American and No.15 seed Madison Keys, 6-3, 6-0, to win her first Grand Slam title at the 2017 US Open, on Saturday afternoon in Arthur Ashe Stadium.

No man or woman not named Williams had won a Grand Slam singles title in 14 years until Stephens beats Keys 6-3, 6-0 on Saturday evening. It's a tribute to how much the game has grown globally, and also to the lockdown imposed by Venus and Serena Williams.

The most alarming aspects of the drought for the U.S. were becoming more concerning after Serena left the game early this year and Venus turned 37 this summer. Venus, of course, made two major finals and the semis here, but the rains finally came in the form of Stephens, Keys and another US Open finalist, CoCo Vandeweghe.

Stephens first came close to winning a grand slam title four-and-a-half years ago in Australia. She beat Serena Williams in the quarter-finals before losing to Victoria Azarenka. Afterwards, Stephens went public about what she perceived as a snub by Williams, who had been described as her mentor.

Having Made it to Finals in the US Open, Kevin Anderson is Trending in South Africa

So as the cameras panned to the stunning sunset over Manhattan, Anderson stepped up to the baseline to serve for a place in his first grand slam final. Obviously, most of the spectators in Arthur Ashe were rooting for Anderson, they wanted to see a bit of Rafa v Delpo.

Ultimately, power and experience prevailed over athleticism and consistency as Anderson came back from a first-set deficit to beat Carreno Busta, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4.

Anderson said earlier in the tournament that he would like to go deep at Flushing Meadows to inspire youngsters to take up tennis in South Africa, and his stirring effort from a set down will go a long way in achieving that goal.

He is the first South African to reach a Grand Slam final since Kevin Curren in 1984 at the Australian Open. Although Curren also played in the 1985 Wimbledon final, where he lost to a 17-year-old Boris Becker, he had become an American citizen just a few months earlier.

The Death of Troy Gentry in Helicopter Crash is Trending in USA

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Troy Gentry, who was part of the popular country music duo Montgomery Gentry, was killed Friday in a helicopter crash in Medford, N.J., where the group was to play that night. He was 50.

The crash took place before 1 p.m. ET in Medford, according to the statement. The helicopter's pilot also was killed, authorities said.

Audio from the emergency call regarding the plane Troy Gentry was killed in reveals the helicopter was hovering for several minutes before it crashed.

Born April 5th, 1967 in Lexington, Kentucky, Gentry and his eventual singing partner Eddie Montgomery formed the band Early Tymz with Eddie's brother John Michael Montgomery, who'd go on to solo success as a country singer. Gentry tried his hand at a solo career, but eventually reunited with Montgomery to become Montgomery Gentry. With his performing partner Eddie Montgomery, Gentry enjoyed a series of country hits throughout the 2000s, including five Number Ones.