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Veteran Ten Network TV reporter Angela Bishop (right) confronted the British-born comic at the Emmy Awards on Monday. ' the Australian asked - referring to an interview on the red carpet of the 2015 award show (inset) where Oliver told her US voters would not elect Trump president.The Last Week Tonight comic smiled and laughed - before firing back: 'Have some faith, Angela.

He proclaimed his love for her in last week's grand finale of The Bachelor in Bali.

And the romance didn't end when the cameras stopped rolling, with New Idea claiming Richie Strahan, 32, proposed to Alex Nation, 25, in private and the couple tied the knot that same night.

Wild half-naked dancing, tight shorts, fake tan, booze and well-built men with tattoos - welcome to the notorious Defqon.1 festival.

More than 25,000 revellers descended upon the International Regatta Centre in Penrith, Sydney on Saturday for a day of festivities.

The brightest stars of the small screen were out in force on Sunday for one of the hottest nights of the Hollywood calendar - the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

And Emily Ratajkowski made sure her first time at the star-studded ceremony was a night to remember.

The 25-year-old highlighted her slim but curvy figure in an elegant royal blue strapless mermaid gown with a show-stopping train.

Pictured left to right are: Heidi Klum, Priyanka Chopra, Kirsten Dunst, Emily Ratajkowski, Ariel Winter, Amelia Clarke, Sophie Turner and Sofia Vergara.

A 16-year-old unlicensed driver has hit and killed a 66-year-old man named as Kevin (bottom left) and his 60-year-old wife Glenys (centre), while their 25-year-old son Michael (right) has been left fighting for his life after a shocking car crash in Perth on Saturday night.

The man and woman from Kingsley, died when the boy crashed into their Nissan Pulsar.

The boy, who was wanted by police on outstanding warrants, has been charged with manslaughter.

Comedian John Oliver (pictured left) blasted a Channel Ten entertainment journalist over Australia's immigration policies after she ribbed him about Donald Trump.