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Her radio appearances, include Australia's ABC, Triple J, and Canada's CBC Radio One, where she has appeared as a regular on Definitely Not the Opera, and The Debaters.In 2012 she appeared on British TV for the first time, on Morgan Spurlock's Sky Atlantic programme New Britannia.In 2008, she won the Sydney Comedy Festival’s Time Out Best Newcomer.This November, she will headline the Feast Festival, a major LGBT arts festival in Adelaide, South Australia with her show, “Sexy Feelings.”Photo by Sarah Quinn Since posting “An Honest Lesbian Relationship” less than a week ago, the video has amassed almost 9,000 views (and growing), making the round over Facebook, Twitter, emails and texts from gay lady to gay lady telling their friends, “OMG, watch this.This week’s quote: “I had a bag of avocados I bought last week and I couldn’t even keep them alive.” Vancouver-based comedian Erica Sigurdson gets real about regrets, type 1 diabetes, This week’s question: What’s up with jealousy, man? I’m open-minded to the point of being boring sexually.
This week’s quote: “In 2015, when I can watch porn on my phone and there’s still people dying in the streets, that’s insane.” Oh my goodness, you guys. This week’s question: What are you so worried about?
On the previous day, the ex-girlfriend of the Philadelphia 76ers' Royce White had filed a police report alleging White had assaulted her.
Sullinger, 21, turned himself in to police on Tuesday after he allegedly pinned his girlfriend, Deanne Smith, to a bed on Saturday, then threw her onto the floor of their townhouse and smashed her cell phone when she tried to call police.
In March of this year, she says that she discovered her husband of four years, a South African cricket legend, wanted a divorce when he sent her a text message intended for his lawyer.
Read more: Irish singer Morgan Deane found out cricketer husband wanted divorce after he sent her text meant for lawyer She had expressed a desire to return to her native Cork with her two children, she has remained in South Africa since the split.
In addition to her live solo shows, Smith is also known for her appearances on television and radio, most notably on Australia's Good News Week on the Channel 10 network and HBO series Funny As Hell.