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Cardi B and Offset take baby Kulture out to restaurant dinner

Cardi B and Offset were glimpsed Tuesday night taking their two-year-old daughter Kulture to dinner in Los Angeles.

The 27-year-old rap diva showed off her midriff in a tight pink and white ensemble that was redolent of the 1970s.

Meanwhile the couple’s little girl was cute as a button with a large white bow on her head for her latest outing.

Out and about: Cardi B and Offset were glimpsed Tuesday night taking their two-year-old daughter Kulture to dinner in Los Angeles

Out and about: Cardi B and Offset were glimpsed Tuesday night taking their two-year-old daughter Kulture to dinner in Los Angeles

Cardi thoroughly documented the family night out on her Instagram page, beginning at home before they headed off.

She filmed a heartwarming selfie video with her little daughter, who was all decked out in her blue and white outfit for the evening.

Meanwhile the Bodak Yellow hitmaker stuck her tongue playfully out at the camera while taking video of herself in the living room.

The Bronx-born superstar then decided to give her more than 72 million Instagram followers a fuller glimpse of her outfit.

Smoke break: Offset could be spotted enjoying a cigarette outside the venue

Smoke break: Offset could be spotted enjoying a cigarette outside the venue

Meanwhile: The couple's little girl was cute as a button with a large white bow on her head for her latest outing

Meanwhile: The couple’s little girl was cute as a button with a large white bow on her head for her latest outing

Social media maven: Cardi thoroughly documented the family night out on her Instagram page, beginning at home before they headed off

Social media maven: Cardi thoroughly documented the family night out on her Instagram page, beginning at home before they headed off

Baby mine: She filmed a heartwarming selfie video with her little daughter, who was all decked out in her blue and white outfit for the evening

Baby mine: She filmed a heartwarming selfie video with her little daughter, who was all decked out in her blue and white outfit for the evening

Having a ball: Meanwhile the Bodak Yellow hitmaker stuck her tongue playfully out at the camera while taking video of herself in the living room

Having a ball: Meanwhile the Bodak Yellow hitmaker stuck her tongue playfully out at the camera while taking video of herself in the living room

Posing up a storm in her sprawling walk-in closet, she filmed herself in the mirror indicating how the ensemble showed off her curves.

The look featured flared sleeves and slid fashionably off the shoulder at one side, and she complemented its pink hues with her makeup.

As her Insta Stories wore on Offset, who rose to fame as part of Migos, could be seen affectionately cradling his daughter.

The showbiz hot couple, who have been married since 2017, made sure her daughter had a mask with her amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The look: The Bronx-born superstar then decided to give her more than 72 million Instagram followers a fuller glimpse of her outfit

The look: The Bronx-born superstar then decided to give her more than 72 million Instagram followers a fuller glimpse of her outfit

Sensation: Posing up a storm in her sprawling walk-in closet, she filmed herself in the mirror indicating how the ensemble showed off her curves

Sensation: Posing up a storm in her sprawling walk-in closet, she filmed herself in the mirror indicating how the ensemble showed off her curves

So sweet: As her Insta Stories wore on Offset, who rose to fame as part of Migos, could be seen affectionately cradling his daughter

So sweet: As her Insta Stories wore on Offset, who rose to fame as part of Migos, could be seen affectionately cradling his daughter

Precaution: The showbiz hot couple, who have been married since 2017, made sure her daughter had a mask with her amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Precaution: The showbiz hot couple, who have been married since 2017, made sure her daughter had a mask with her amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Switcheroo: Kulture popped her father's baseball cap on top of her own little bow, before eventually taking it off and putting it back on Offset's head

Switcheroo: Kulture popped her father’s baseball cap on top of her own little bow, before eventually taking it off and putting it back on Offset’s head

Kulture popped her father’s baseball cap on top of her own little bow, among us mod before eventually taking it off and putting it back on Offset’s head.

Cardi decided to show off her sizzling outfit once again outside the restaurant, model-walking outside the Jeep that took them to the venue.

In a video taken by Offset she strutted her stuff in front of the car, letting the Instagram audience get a good look at her purse as well. 

The Be Careful rapper returned the favor, filming her husband as he flaunted his evening attire which included a Bart Simpson T-shirt.

'Video by daddy': Cardi decided to show off her sizzling outfit once again outside the restaurant, model-walking outside the Jeep that took them to the venue

‘Video by daddy’: Cardi decided to show off her sizzling outfit once again outside the restaurant, model-walking outside the Jeep that took them to the venue

Sizzling: In a video taken by Offset she strutted her stuff in front of the car, letting the Instagram audience get a good look at her purse as well

Sizzling: In a video taken by Offset she strutted her stuff in front of the car, letting the Instagram audience get a good look at her purse as well

In a flourish Offset then retrieved a couple of thick wads of $100 bills from his jeans and waved them proudly in front of his wife. 

The family eventually headed into the restaurant for dinner where they were joined by a group that included a man Cardi referred to as her ‘cuz.’

Cardi whiled away some free time in the venue by filming herself, sticking her tongue playfully out at the camera.

Slowly panning the camera over she revealed that Offset was sitting right beside her, and he planted a kiss on her cheek. 

Turning the tables: The Be Careful rapper returned the favor, filming her husband as he flaunted his evening attire which included a Bart Simpson T-shirt

Turning the tables: The Be Careful rapper returned the favor, filming her husband as he flaunted his evening attire which included a Bart Simpson T-shirt

Hey, big spender: In a flourish Offset then retrieved a couple of thick wads of $100 bills from his jeans and waved them proudly in front of his wife

Hey, big spender: In a flourish Offset then retrieved a couple of thick wads of $100 bills from his jeans and waved them proudly in front of his wife

Kulture could be seen sitting at the table playing games on a phone as the adults gathered around her settled into their pre-dinner drinks.

A sumptuous-looking selection of food was eventually put in front of them including a shrimp cocktail, lamb chops and lobster.

‘She love wearing a mask,’ Cardi said affectionately as she filmed Kulture wearing her face covering while sitting at the table and holding a fork.

The toddler eventually took the mask off so that she could eat and in one sweet clip could be seen squealing with laughter.

Such fun: Cardi whiled away some free time in the venue by filming herself, sticking her tongue playfully out at the camera

Such fun: Cardi whiled away some free time in the venue by filming herself, sticking her tongue playfully out at the camera

Cardi’s latest outing comes after she dished on Instagram that she has launched an OnlyFans but ‘WONT BE SHOWING P**** , T*****S AND A**.’ 

‘I did not know my onlyfans was charging ten dollars …I’m bringing it down to 4.99.Ya spend too much on vinyls and my merch coming next week,’ she tweeted Tuesday.

Cardi recently teamed up with her fellow rap star Megan Thee Stallion for a song called WAP with a star-studded music video.

While celebrities like Normani, Rubi Rose and Rosalia all made cameos, the decision to include Kylie Jenner in the video has attracted a swirl of controversy. 

All that sweet affection: Slowly panning the camera over she revealed that Offset was sitting right beside her, and he planted a kiss on her cheek

All that sweet affection: Slowly panning the camera over she revealed that Offset was sitting right beside her, and he planted a kiss on her cheek

Kylie, who has been accused of appropriating black culture, was slammed for her cameo and a

Cardi then tweeted and deleted a defense of Kylie’s appearance in the video, writing that ‘she treated my sister and daughter so lovely at her kid bday party.’

Kylie shares her two-year-old daughter Stormi with her ex Travis Scott, and Cardi was at the little girl’s birthday party with her sister Hennessy Carolina and with Kulture.

With love: Cardi's latest outing comes after she dished on Instagram that she has launched an OnlyFans but 'WONT BE SHOWING P**** , T*****S AND A**'

With love: Cardi’s latest outing comes after she dished on Instagram that she has launched an OnlyFans but ‘WONT BE SHOWING P**** , T*****S AND A**’

‘Travis and Set are real close and Kris Jenner have giving me advice on certain things I ask for and her husband real cool with mine,’ Cardi added on Twitter. 

‘Theres issues out here in the world that it is about race that I preach all the time about. This is not about f**kin race,’ she argued.

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Kerry Katona is PETRIFIED as she's surrounded by seagulls

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She’s been enjoying a staycation in Kent as lockdown restrictions have begun to ease. 

And on Wednesday, Kerry Katona, 39, was petrified when surrounded by seagulls during a family break to Dymchurch with boyfriend Ryan Mahoney as she shrieked in fear while holding onto her take-away fish and chips.

While the Atomic Kitten’s eldest child Molly was nowhere to be seen, her four younger offspring – Maxwell, 12, DJ, 5, Lilly-Sue, 17, and Heidi, 13 – joined them for the seaside outing.

Kerry Katona, 39, was petrified when surrounded by seagulls during a family break to Dymchurch with boyfriend Ryan Mahoney as she shrieked in fear while holding onto her take-away fish and chips

Kerry Katona, 39, was petrified when surrounded by seagulls during a family break to Dymchurch with boyfriend Ryan Mahoney as she shrieked in fear while holding onto her take-away fish and chips

Clad in black tracksuit bottoms and a skull-adorned jumper, Kerry wrapped up for her stroll with a longline cardigan.

The Celebrity Big Brother star carried her belongings in a Gucci cross-body bag and sensibly wore trainers for their seaside stroll.  

Kerry was seen packing on the PDA with her beau as they paused for a smooch, which saw the loved-up pair wrap their arms around one-another.

The mother-of-five was also spotted having fun on a scooter to the delight of her fitness instructor boyfriend.      

Loved-up: Kerry was seen packing on the PDA with her beau as they paused for a smooch, which saw the loved-up pair wrap their arms around one-another

Loved-up: Kerry was seen packing on the PDA with her beau as they paused for a smooch, which saw the loved-up pair wrap their arms around one-another

The family break comes after Kerry commanded her paying clients’ attention with pulse-racing shots that saw her writhing around in the tub.  

The TV star took to Instagram back in May to announce she was joining X-rated site OnlyFans. 

Sharing a racy snap of herself wearing black sheer underwear, Kerry penned: ‘Finally got round to signing up to @onlyfansofficial!

Looking forward to getting started link in bio.’ 

The former Atomic Kitten star is charging $24.99 (£20) a month for her content and already has 493 likes. She has shared 22 photos and 12 posts so far.

Writing a short bio underneath her account, Kerry penned: ‘Everyone insisted I got an account so here I am!

Former glamour model and hit singer. Love working out and keeping in shape.’  

Family time: While Kerry's eldest child Molly was absent, her four younger offspring joined them for the seaside outing. (Pictured L-R: Maxwell, Kerry, DJ, Ryan, Lilly-Sue, Heidi)

Family time: While Kerry’s eldest child Molly was absent, her four younger offspring joined them for the seaside outing.

(Pictured L-R: Maxwell, Kerry, DJ, Ryan, Lilly-Sue, Heidi)

Fun times! The mother-of-five was also spotted having fun on a scooter to the delight of her fitness instructor boyfriend

Fun times! The mother-of-five was also spotted having fun on a scooter to the delight of her fitness instructor boyfriend

Kerry and Ryan have been happily loved up after rekindling their romance in 2018.

She previously branded the hunk a ‘godsend’ in her column for among us mod windows new!

magazine as he supported her following the death of her ex-husband George in July last year.  

Kerry shares children Molly, 18, and Lilly-Sue, 17, with Westlife star ex-husband Brian McFadden. 

The singer also has Heidi, 13, and Maxwell, 12, with ex-husband Mark Croft and Dylan-Jorge, six, with late ex-husband George Kay.  

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Megan Barton Hanson hits back at an ex for 'slut-shaming' her

Megan Barton Hanson has slammed an ex-boyfriend who ‘slut-shamed’ her for ‘selling her knickers for £200 and going on dates with lads for a job’. 

The Love Island star, 26, posted a snippet of the message to her Instagram story on Monday and urged her 1.7million followers not to stand for https://sites.google.com/view/amongusmodmenuapk2021 belittling abuse. 

The former stripper said the former flame in question blamed the demise of their relationship on her working in the sex industry, despite knowing what she did for work when they met. 

Hitting back: Megan Barton Hanson has slammed an ex-boyfriend who 'slut-shamed' her for 'selling her knickers for £200 and going on dates with lads for a job'

Hitting back: Megan Barton Hanson has slammed an ex-boyfriend who ‘slut-shamed’ her for ‘selling her knickers for £200 and going on dates with lads for a job’ 

 

The anonymous message read: ‘Then you was going on dates with lads for a job, selling your knickers for £200 and the liking.’ 

Megan wrote: ‘So this is part of a paragraph someone I was dating used against me in the past.  

‘Slut shaming me and blaming partly why we ended on me working in the sex industry.

‘At 20 this would have killed me. Thinking that someone I loved judged me like this. But the truth is it says more about them.’ 

Speaking out: The Love Island star, 26, posted a snippet of the message to her Instagram story on Monday and urged her 1.7million followers not to stand for belittling abuse

Speaking out: The Love Island star, 26, posted a snippet of the message to her Instagram story on Monday and urged her 1.7million followers not to stand for belittling abuse

'Sex work is work': The former stripper said the former flame in question blamed the demise of their relationship on her working in the sex industry

‘Sex work is work’: The former stripper said the former flame in question blamed the demise of their relationship on her working in the sex industry

The TV personality added: ‘Don’t let anyone belittle you for using your femininity to get that dollar especially when they met you knowing your line of work!’  

Megan reflected on her entrepreneurial skills for making a lot of cash from selling ‘£5 panties’. 

She joked: ‘My god if you don’t rate someone for being able to sell their £5 panties for £200. I don’t want you in my life.’ 

In a separate Instagram story, Megan reached out to her followers to ask on a poll if they have been shamed for working in the sex industry. 

Opinions: Megan reached out to her followers to ask on a poll if they have been shamed for working in the sex industry

Podcast topic: Megan asks for couples to reach out to her

Opinions: Megan reached out to her followers to ask on a poll if they have been shamed for working in the sex industry

She penned: ‘If you’ve worked in the industry (anything from an OnlyFans account to hostessing in a bar has someone used your job against you when you breakup?! Naaaaaat cute!’ 

‘Feeling like this a great topic for one of my podcast eps! Would love to have a couple on that work in the sex industry either together or separately so many questions,’ Megan added. 

In an Instagram post on Friday, Megan set pulses racing in a lacy black lingerie ensemble to mark National Orgasm Day. 

The star wore her short blonde locks in tousled waves as she showcased her ample assets in the plunging black bra. 

It comes as Megan revealed to

She added: ‘I think women are scared to own the fact they like sex, and that they deserve to have pleasure during sex.’ 

Megan recently set up an OnlyFans account, a platform where users charge people a monthly subscription fee to see racy images on their feed.  

It is commonly used by social media influencers to upload X-rated videos and pictures. 

Megan is charging subscribers £19-per-month to view her content or £53 for three months

X-rated: Megan recently set up an OnlyFans account, a platform where users charge people a monthly subscription fee to see racy images on their feed

X-rated: Megan recently set up an OnlyFans account, a platform where users charge people a monthly subscription fee to see racy images on their feed 

Megan shot to fame in 2018 when she participated in Love Island and embarked on a romance with Wes Nelson.  

Their relationship ended several months after the couple finished in fourth place on the ITV2 reality show.  

Megan publicly confirmed that she is bisexual during her stint on Celebs Go Dating last year, where she met TOWIE’s Demi Sims. 

The pair had a short-lived romance, and Megan then enjoyed a now-defunct relationship with songwriter Chelcee Grimes, 27, which ended in March.  

The reality star was most recently seen kissing married millionaire Harry Fenner until she ditched him after discovering he had a wife. 

Don't mind me: Megan is charging subscribers £19-per-month to view her content or £53 for three months

Don’t mind me: Megan is charging subscribers £19-per-month to view her content or £53 for three months 

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Hayley Vernon gets viciously trolled by fans after joining OnlyFans

Married At First Sight star Hayley Vernon joined X-rated website OnlyFans on Friday.   

And the 33-year-old came under vicious attack by fans while promoting her new raunchy venture – charging fans $22 a month for exclusive content. 

Spruiking her account on Instagram, one fan wrote under her raunchy photo: ‘Really thought more of you until now’.

New venture: Married At First Sight's Hayley Vernon, 33, (pictured) has been viciously trolled by fans after joining X-rated website OnlyFans

New venture: Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon, 33, (pictured) has been viciously trolled by fans after joining X-rated website OnlyFans

While another wrote a more reasoned response. 

‘I do have a problem though that young women are following these so called celebrities and think this is normal,’ they wrote. 

Before adding: ‘Any teenage woman or woman who does this will not get a respectable career.

Your looks and body can only take you so far. 

‘I would prefer looks and brains anyway and certainly for my children.’ 

Mixed: A number of fans voiced their frustration over her decision to go on OnlyFans

Mixed: A number of fans voiced their frustration over her decision to go on OnlyFans

A third added: ‘You failed on MAFS now you will fail on ONLYFANS too.’ 

Despite a number of fans appearing unhappy with her choice to join the website, female fans championed her taking control of her sexuality. 

‘A woman takes it into her own hands and makes her own money using her own money using her own body and other women and men shame her.’  

Oh my! Hayley shared a very raunchy video to her Instagram to make the announcement

Oh my!

Hayley shared a very raunchy video to her Instagram to make the announcement

The brunette shared a racy bikini photo of herself on her story and a link to her profile on the adult website on Saturday. 

OnlyFans is a subscription-based website where content can range from something as innocent as a suggestive selfie, all the way to hardcore pornography. 

Hayley writes in her account bio: ‘You know the story, a reality personality doing OnlyFans.’  

Raunchy: Hayley announced on Friday that she's joined the X-rated website OnlyFans

Raunchy: https://sites.google.com/view/amongusmodmenuapk2021 Hayley announced on Friday that she’s joined the X-rated website OnlyFans

Before her controversial stint on the Channel Nine experiment, Hayley worked in a lucrative finance role but has been earning her living working as a construction labourer since her return to Melbourne.

Hayley rose to fame on the 2020 season of Married At First Sight where she was ‘married’ to David Cannon.  

The pair made history being the first couple ever to be booted off the dating show.

Hayley joins a long list of former reality stars joining OnlyFans. 

Other reality stars on the platform include The Bachelor’s Janey Birks, Love Island Australia’s Vanessa Sierra and Edyn Mackney and Married At First Sight’s Rhyce Power.

More stars: Hayley joins a long list of former reality stars joining OnlyFans. In January, Married At First Sight's 'hot brother' Rhyce Power (pictured) revealed he makes up to $15,000-a-month selling explicit selfies on the subscription website

More stars: Hayley joins a long list of former reality stars joining OnlyFans.

In January, Married At First Sight’s ‘hot brother’ Rhyce Power (pictured) revealed he makes up to $15,000-a-month selling explicit selfies on the subscription website

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Inside Kerry Katona's new home with beau Ryan Mahoney

Kerry Katona has shared a look at her new home with beau Ryan Mahoney which has a home gym, outdoor bar and sprawling garden.

The mother-of-five, 39, took to her YouTube channel to post a candid eight-minute long video of her abode which she shares with children Heidi, 13, Max, 12, and Dylan-Jorge (DJ), six, and pet Rottweiler Princess.

Kerry joked during the footage that her home ‘looked messy’ as the family had only moved into the two-storey and four bedroom property in March just before lockdown.

Welcome! Kerry Katona has shared a look at her new home with beau Ryan Mahoney

Welcome! Kerry Katona has shared a look at her new home with beau Ryan Mahoney 

The singer explained that she downsized from her former home, which cost £3,000-a-month for the three-storey and six bedroom property, after eldest daughters Molly, 18, and Lilly, 17, moved out.   

Yet Kerry revealed that Molly and Lilly decided to move back home during lockdown just after they had downsized with Ryan’s brother also moving in, she joked: ‘It was fun!’

She added: ‘I think people think, «I bet they live in this dead, posh house».

It’s bleeding hardwork, I tell ya, looking after all these kids and trying to keep on top of everything. Sometimes I think about putting them all up for adoption and buying a penthouse!’     

Kicking off her tour, the former Atomic Kitten star started by introducing her family as she invited fans into her sitting room and explained that they were still decorating the property. 

Fun! The rented two-storey and four bedroom property has a home gym, outdoor bar (pictured) and sprawling garden

Fun! The rented two-storey and four bedroom property has a home gym, outdoor bar (pictured) and sprawling garden

Family: The mother-of-five, 39, took to her YouTube channel to post a candid eight-minute long video of her abode which she shares with children Heidi, 13, Max, 12, and Dylan-Jorge (DJ), six, and pet Rottweiler Princess

Family: The mother-of-five, 39, took to her YouTube channel to post a candid eight-minute long video of her abode which she shares with children Heidi, 13, Max, 12, and Dylan-Jorge (DJ), six, and pet Rottweiler Princess

The lounge area had a light, airy feel with glass panelled doors separating the room from the rest of her home, it also had a large beige sofa with matching pillows and an armchair. 

Kerry, who wants to buy a house next year, revealed that they have plans to decorate the room as she showed a tester section of wall, which had grey paint on it.

Although she joked: ‘I thought we’d use blood! That’s a warning [Ryan]!’

The singer then went on to show off the dining room, downstairs toilet and kitchen as she walked through the property with a camera. 

Keeping it real: Kerry joked during the footage that her home 'looked messy' as the family had only moved into the two-storey and four bedroom property in March just before lockdown

Keeping it real: Kerry joked during the footage that her home ‘looked messy’ as the family had only moved into the two-storey and four bedroom property in March just before lockdown

Come inside: Kicking off her tour, the former Atomic Kitten star started by introducing her family as she invited fans into her sitting room and explained that they were still decorating the property

Come inside: Kicking off her tour, the former Atomic Kitten star started by introducing her family as she invited fans into her sitting room and explained that they were still decorating the property

A quick tour: The singer then went on to show off the dining room, downstairs toilet and kitchen as she walked through the property with a camera

A quick tour: The singer then went on to show off the dining room, downstairs toilet and kitchen as she walked through the property with a camera

Kerry explained that she was launching her own clothing line and still hadn’t unpacked suitcases from earlier this year. 

The star then focused on a back room, which will add as another lounge area and home office, she insisted: ‘It looks messy but it actually isn’t that messy.’

Kerry revealed she had ordered lots of furniture for the space, including a filling cabinet, desk and flat-screen television which will go on the wall.

Lovely: The star then focused on a back room, which will add as another lounge area and home office, she insisted: 'It looks messy but it actually isn't that messy'

Lovely: The star then focused on a back room, which will add as another lounge area and home office, she insisted: ‘It looks messy but it actually isn’t that messy’ 

Plans: The reality star then focused on a pile of clothing and objects in the corner of the room, she explained: 'Most of this is going to charity. I've got a big unit coming here to put all the towels and bedding in.'

Plans: The reality star then focused on a pile of clothing and objects in the corner of the room, she explained: ‘Most of this is going to charity.

I’ve got a big unit coming here to put all the towels and bedding in.’

Candid: Keeping things candid, the mother-of-five then showed off her utility room as she quipped: 'Any typical mum, limelight or not, you always have a s**t load of washing to do!'

Candid: Keeping things candid, the mother-of-five then showed off her utility room as she quipped: ‘Any typical mum, limelight or not, you always have a s**t load of washing to do!’

The reality star then focused on a pile of clothing and objects in the corner of the room, she explained: ‘Most of this is going to charity.

I’ve got a big unit coming here to put all the towels and bedding in.’ 

Next up was Kerry and Ryan’s home gym, which has been created by putting equipment in their garage complete with a branded poster and flat-screen television.

Kerry revealed that they are launching their own fitness range and exercise is important to the couple, especially as Ryan is a personal trainer.

Impressive: Next up was Kerry and Ryan's home gym, which has been created by putting equipment in their garage complete with a branded poster and flat-screen television

Impressive: Next up was Kerry and Ryan’s home gym, which has been created by putting equipment in their garage complete with a branded poster and flat-screen television

Exciting: Kerry revealed that they are launching their own fitness range and exercise is important to the couple, especially as Ryan is a personal trainer

Exciting: Kerry revealed that they are launching their own fitness range and exercise is important to the couple, especially as Ryan is a personal trainer

Bedroom: Kerry went on to show fans her bedroom with Ryan, which has a huge crushed velvet mustard yellow headboard and matching bedding

Bedroom: Kerry went on to show fans her bedroom with Ryan, which has a huge crushed velvet mustard yellow headboard and matching bedding

Keeping things candid, the mother-of-five then showed off her utility room as she quipped: ‘Any typical mum, limelight or not, you always have a s**t load of washing to do!’ 

Kerry went on to show fans her bedroom with Ryan, which has a huge crushed velvet mustard yellow headboard and matching bedding. 

The star added that she hasn’t been unable to unpack or organise the area as Ryan’s brother hasn’t put the doors on their wardrobe.

She insisted that it will ‘look great’ once it is finished.

Stress: The star added that she hasn't been unable to unpack or organise the area as Ryan's brother hasn't put the doors on their wardrobe. She insisted that it will 'look great' once it is finished

Stress: The star added that she hasn’t been unable to unpack or organise the area as Ryan’s brother hasn’t put the doors on their wardrobe.

She insisted that it will ‘look great’ once it is finished

'More c**p everywhere!': Kerry then showed Heidi's bedroom, to which she joked there was 'more c**p' everywhere. The area had a grey crushed velvet headboard, fairy lights and turquoise curtains

‘More c**p everywhere!’: Kerry then showed Heidi’s bedroom, to which she joked there was ‘more c**p’ everywhere.

The area had a grey crushed velvet headboard, fairy lights and turquoise curtains

Kerry then showed Heidi’s bedroom, to which she joked there was ‘more c**p’ everywhere. The area had a grey crushed velvet headboard, fairy lights and turquoise curtains.

She ended the tour by showing off the property’s sprawling gardens and proudly displayed two different patio areas, a greenhouse and her own bar.

Kerry revealed that they have a huge dining table and chairs with a special built-in cooking section for BBQs. 

She also proudly showed off her own outdoor bar, called Katona’s, she joked: ‘Corrie won’t have me in the Rovers Return Inn, so thought I’d do my own bar!’

Lavish! She ended the tour by showing off the property's sprawling gardens and proudly displayed two different patio areas, a greenhouse and her own bar

Lavish! She ended the tour by showing off the property’s sprawling gardens and proudly displayed two different patio areas, a greenhouse and her own bar 

Idyllic: Kerry revealed that they have a huge dining table and chairs with a special built-in cooking section for BBQs, as well as a greenhouse to grow plants and vegetables in

Idyllic: Kerry revealed that they have a huge dining table and chairs with a special built-in cooking section for among us mod hack BBQs, as well as a greenhouse to grow plants and vegetables in 

Kerry then unveiled a huge lawn and another patio area, which also has an idyllic greenhouse to grow plants and vegetables in.  

Also during the tour, the singer couldn’t resist taking a dig at her ex-husbands – Mark Croft and Brian McFadden – while talking about their pet dog Princess.

She quipped: ‘Our dog, she’s a Rottweiler called Princess, we treat her better than our own kids.

Don’t we, babykins, I love you. Mind you, I’ve married a few dogs in my time… so!’ 

Kerry posted the video on 29 July and it already has an impressive 136,829 views. 

Hard work! She joked during the tour: 'I think people think, "I bet they live in this dead, posh house". It's bleeding hardwork, I tell ya, looking after all these kids and trying to keep on top of everything.'

Hard work! She joked during the tour: ‘I think people think, «I bet they live in this dead, posh house».

It’s bleeding hardwork, I tell ya, looking after all these kids and trying to keep on top of everything.’ 

In 2018 Kerry, who recently joined X-rated subscription site OnlyFans, confirmed she had rekindled her relationship with her ex Ryan.

She branded the hunk a ‘godsend’ in her column for new!

magazine as he supported her following the death of her ex-husband George in July 2019. 

Kerry shares children Molly, 18, and Lilly-Sue, 17, with Westlife star ex-husband Brian McFadden. 

The singer also has Heidi, 13, and Maxwell, 12, with ex-husband Mark Croft and Dylan-Jorge, six, with late ex-husband George Kay.

In April, Kerry also discussed the possibility of having another baby via surrogate after her children, especially daughter Heidi, begged her for another sibling.  

Family: Kerry shares children Molly, 18, and Lilly-Sue, 17, with Westlife star ex-husband Brian McFadden, the singer also has Heidi, 13, and Maxwell, 12, with ex-husband Mark Croft and Dylan-Jorge, six, with late ex-husband George Kay (all pictured together)

Family: Kerry shares children Molly, 18, and Lilly-Sue, 17, with Westlife star ex-husband Brian McFadden, the singer also has Heidi, 13, and Maxwell, 12, with ex-husband Mark Croft and Dylan-Jorge, six, with late ex-husband George Kay (all pictured together) 

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Lauren Goodger steps out after claiming Instagram DELETED her snaps

She was left furious after a racy bikini shot posted to her Instagram Story was removed on Tuesday.

And Lauren Goodger looked less than impressed when she stepped out and headed to the petrol station shop following the incident on Tuesday afternoon.

The former TOWIE star, 33, showcased her curvaceous frame in a black crop top and a pair of wide-legged trousers, while also sporting a pair of flip flops. 

Not happy! Lauren Goodger looked less than impressed when she stepped out and headed to the petrol station shop following the incident on Tuesday afternoon

Not happy! Lauren Goodger looked less than impressed when she stepped out and headed to the petrol station shop following the incident on Tuesday afternoon

Lauren flaunted her very peachy posterior as she sashayed through the petrol station and headed into the shop to pay.

The reality star wore her highlighted brunette locks in a ponytail, while shielding her eyes from the rays with a pair of oversized sunglasses.

Earlier in the day, Lauren slammed ‘jealous people’ as she shared a message from the social media site which said that one of her images had been reported for ‘nudity or sexual activity’.

Annoying: She was left furious after a racy bikini shot posted to her Instagram Story was removed on Tuesday

Annoying: She was left furious after a racy bikini shot posted to her Instagram Story was removed on Tuesday

Wow! The former TOWIE star, 33, showcased her curvaceous frame in a black crop top and a pair of wide-legged trousers, while also sporting a pair of flip flops

Wow! The former TOWIE star, 33, showcased her curvaceous frame in a black crop top and a pair of wide-legged trousers, while also sporting a pair of flip flops

Wow! The former TOWIE star, 33, showcased her curvaceous frame in a black crop top and a pair of wide-legged trousers, while also sporting a pair of flip flops

Perky: Lauren flaunted her very peachy posterior as she sashayed through the petrol station and headed into the shop to pay

Perky: Lauren flaunted her very peachy posterior as she sashayed through the petrol station and headed into the shop to pay

Lauren was using the raunchy snap to help promote her X-rated subscription service, OnlyFans, which she joined last week.  

As a consequence, Instagram revealed they had removed the photo from her Story as it went against their ‘community guidelines’. 

Penning a furious response, a defiant Lauren said that they are ‘some jealous people’ and defiantly promoted her new OnlyFans account.

Glam: The reality star wore her highlighted brunette locks in a ponytail, while shielding her eyes from the rays with a pair of oversized sunglasses

Glam: The reality star wore her highlighted brunette locks in a ponytail, while shielding her eyes from the rays with a pair of oversized sunglasses

Glam: The reality star wore her highlighted brunette locks in a ponytail, while shielding her eyes from the rays with a pair of oversized sunglasses

Looking good: Lauren stayed hydrated with a bottle of water and also carried her car keys

Looking good: Lauren stayed hydrated with a bottle of water and also carried her car keys

Looking good: Lauren stayed hydrated with a bottle of water and also carried her car keys

She said: ‘Some jealous people…

pic of me in a bikini which I’ve posted many times before… that’s ok more content going on my OF,’ she then provided a swipe-up link.

Lauren had shared several racy bikini snaps to her Instagram Story as she revealed that she was in desperate need of a holiday, yet it was a photo of her wearing black swimwear which sparked the complaint. 

Just last week, the reality star revealed that she has now opened an account on X-rated subscription service OnlyFans, two years after floating the idea of signing up. 

Oh dear: Earlier in the day, the television personality slammed 'jealous people' as she shared a message from Instagram which said one of her images had been reported for 'nudity'

Oh dear: Earlier in the day, Lauren slammed ‘jealous people’ as she shared a message from the social media site which said that one of her images had been reported for ‘nudity or sexual activity’

Holiday! Lauren had shared several racy bikini snaps to her Instagram Story as she revealed that she was in desperate need of a holiday, yet it was a photo of her wearing black swimwear which sparked the complaint (a none reported bikini snap on her Instagram Story pictured)

Holiday! Lauren had shared several racy bikini snaps to her Instagram Story as she revealed that she was in desperate need of a holiday, yet it was a photo of her wearing black swimwear which sparked the complaint (a none reported bikini snap on her Instagram Story pictured) 

Lauren took to Instagram to make the revelation, as well as share a link to the site, where she’s charging $50 a month for access.

Sharing a snap of herself pouting as she posed for a close-up selfie, the erstwhile reality star wrote: ‘I’ve given in! To all my fans who want to see me on only fans the time is now…

subscribe #dailycontent.’

Clearly keen to hit the ground running, Lauren’s OnlyFans page shows her posing coquettishly in lingerie, while her content count shows she’s already shared 22 posts and garnered 1.4K likes.

New venture: Just last week, the reality star revealed that she has now opened an account on X-rated subscription service OnlyFans, two years after floating the idea of signing up

New venture: Just last week, the reality star revealed that she has now opened an account on X-rated subscription service OnlyFans, two years after floating the idea of signing up 

In her introductory bio on the site, the brunette beauty writes: ‘Hey people!

You win! Welcome to my highly anticipated content for Only Fans eyes only. If you like what you see subscribe to my exclusive page.’

For any fans who might need more convincing, Lauren took to her Instagram Stories to share a glowing review from a subscriber.

The fan wrote: ‘Best £50 I have spent!

You really are a stunning woman… I’m kind [of] surprised you have actually made one of these but definitely not complaining haha.

Content: Lauren took to Instagram to make the revelation, as well as share a link to the site, where she's charging $50 a month for access

Content: Lauren took to Instagram to make the revelation, as well as share a link to the site, where she’s charging $50 a month for access

‘I have only made an account so I could follow you…

Anyway, I hope it goes well and look forward to more of your sexy photos and videos.’ 

It was first thought that Lauren wanted to join the app to raise cash after her company, Among us mod hack 2021 LRG Marketing was struck off.

While a large number of patrons use the OnlyFans platform to share and view X-rated images, it is actually marketed as a space where content creators can further monetise their work behind a paywall.   

Glowing review: For any fans who might need more convincing, Lauren took to her Instagram Stories to share a glowing review from a subscriber

Glowing review: For any fans who might need more convincing, Lauren took to her Instagram Stories to share a glowing review from a subscriber

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Megan Barton Hanson poses NUDE in a bathtub for OnlyFans shoot

She recently revealed an ex-boyfriend ‘slut-shamed’ her for ‘selling her knickers for £200’ in a candid Instagram post.

And Megan Barton Hanson was the picture of confidence as she went completely nude for a racy photoshoot for her account on X-rated subscription service OnlyFans on Monday evening.

The Love Island star, 26, left nothing to the imagination as she posed up a storm in a bathtub, before switching into pink lingerie.

Wow! Megan Barton Hanson was the picture of confidence as she went completely nude for a racy photoshoot for her account on X-rated subscription service OnlyFans on Monday

Wow! Megan Barton Hanson was the picture of confidence as she went completely nude for a racy photoshoot for her account on X-rated subscription service OnlyFans on Monday

Catching the eye, the former stripper was in her element as she poured water on herself using a shower head.

The media personality’s golden tresses were styled into loose waves by celebrity hair guru Joel Maguire, while she was treated to a soft glam look by freelance make-up artist Fern Howe-Shepherd.

Essex girl Megan was initially revealed to have had an OnlyFans account as she embarked on her meteoric rise to reality TV fame in June of 2018. 

Less is more: The Love Island star, 26, left nothing to the imagination as she posed up a storm in a bathtub, before switching into pink lingerie

Less is more: The Love Island star, 26, left nothing to the imagination as she posed up a storm in a bathtub, before switching into pink lingerie

Ooh-la-la: Catching the eye, the former stripper was in her element as she poured water on herself using a shower head

Ooh-la-la: Catching the eye, Among us Hack the former stripper was in her element as she poured water on herself using a shower head

The saucy subscription service charges around £15 a month and is a big hit with social media favourites, porn actors and reality TV stars looking to branch out.

At the time, Megan was said to have kept her subscribers entertained with content that included nude snapshots of videos of her in the shower.

The brunette stepped away from OnlyFans after making it to the Love Island final with her then-boyfriend Wes Nelson, as they made the most of their newfound fame.

Comeback: Essex girl Megan was initially revealed to have had an OnlyFans account as she embarked on her meteoric rise to reality TV fame in June of 2018

Comeback: Essex girl Megan was initially revealed to have had an OnlyFans account as she embarked on her meteoric rise to reality TV fame in June of 2018 

Megan’s social media post came after she slammed an ex-boyfriend who ‘slut-shamed’ her for ‘selling her knickers for £200 and going on dates with lads for a job’. 

The TV star posted a snippet of the message to her Instagram story on Monday and urged her 1.7million followers not to stand for belittling abuse. 

The former exotic dancer former flame in question blamed the demise of their relationship on her working in the sex industry, despite knowing what she did for work when they met. 

The anonymous message read: ‘Then you was going on dates with lads for a job, selling your knickers for £200 and the liking.’ 

Megan wrote: ‘So this is part of a paragraph someone I was dating used against me in the past. 

‘Slut shaming me and blaming partly why we ended on me working in the sex industry.

Hitting back: The blonde's social media post came after she slammed an ex-boyfriend who 'slut-shamed' her for 'selling her knickers for £200 and going on dates with lads for a job'

Hitting back: The blonde’s social media post came after she slammed an ex-boyfriend who ‘slut-shamed’ her for ‘selling her knickers for £200 and going on dates with lads for a job’

‘At 20 this would have killed me.

Thinking that someone I loved judged me like this. But the truth is it says more about them.’ 

The TV personality added: ‘Don’t let anyone belittle you for using your femininity to get that dollar especially when they met you knowing your line of work!’  

Megan reflected on her entrepreneurial skills for making a lot of cash from selling ‘£5 panties’. 

She joked: ‘My god if you don’t rate someone for being able to sell their £5 panties for £200.

I don’t want you in my life.’ 

Speaking out: The TV star posted a snippet of the message to her Instagram story on Monday and urged her 1.7million followers not to stand for belittling abuse

Speaking out: The TV star posted a snippet of the message to her Instagram story on Monday and urged her 1.7million followers not to stand for belittling abuse

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These are your best, most secure VPN options

id=»article-body» class=»row» section=»article-body»> Welcome to the CNET 2020 Directory of VPN providers. In this directory, we’re taking a look at a few of the very best commercial VPN service providers on the internet like ExpressVPN, CyberGhost, IPVanish, Hotspot Shield, Private Internet Access and others. Rather than looking at the wide range of free providers, which often have a lot of limits (and dubious loyalties), we’re looking at those vendors that charge a few bucks a month but put your interests first — instead of those of shadowy advertisers and sponsors. We’ve looked at more than 20 factors, including number of server locations, client software, dedicated and dynamic IP, bandwidth caps, security, logging, customer support and price.   

Read more: Best mobile VPNs: Android and iPhone VPNs compared | Best internet providers | The best web hosting providers

Let’s look at each of our vendors below in a little more depth. Keep in mind that this is an evolving list: We’re actively working on more testing and research, and expect this list to change throughout the year.

Editors’ note, November 1: The NordVPN entry on this list has been updated to reflect the security issue that was disclosed by that vendor in October 2019.

ExpressVPN ExpressVPN

Number of IP addresses: 30,000

Number of servers: 3,000+

Number of server locations: 160

Number of simultaneous connections: 5

Country/Jurisdiction: British Virgin Islands

94+ countries

3 months Free with 1-year plan

Read our ExpressVPN review

ExpressVPN consistently proves itself one of the fastest VPNs on the market, and actively promotes their commitment to privacy. The company tells us their network is powered by TrustedServer technology, which ExpressVPN built to ensure that there are never any logs of users’ online activities. 

We like the quality of their setup guides, and the detailed information in their FAQ. The ExpressVPN gained points from us for their support of Bitcoin as a payment method. The company offers a useful kill switch feature which prevents network data from leaking outside of their secure VPN tunnel in the event the VPN connection fails. 

The company has been in business since 2009, and has a substantial network of fast VPN servers spread across 94 countries. Their best plan is priced at just $6.67 per month for an annual package which includes 3 months free. 

Read more: ExpressVPN review: 카지노사이트추천 A VPN speed leader with a secure reputation

See all ExpressVPN plans IPVanish IPVanish VPN

Number of IP addresses: 40,000+

Number of servers: 1,300

Number of server locations: 60

Number of simultaneous connections: 10

Country/Jurisdiction: United States

$3.99/month and $48 for a year

A big win for IPVanish is its fun, configurable interface which makes it an ideal client for those who are interested in learning how to understand what a VPN does under the hood. Its multi-platform flexibility is also ideal for people focused on finding a Netflix-friendly VPN. 

A unique feature of IPVanish, and one we’re very intrigued by, is the VPN’s support of Kodi, the open-source media streaming app that was once known as XBMC. Any serious media fan has used or built Kodi or XBMC into a media player, and the integrated IPVanish Kodi plugin provides access to media worldwide.

At $3.99/month and $48 for a year, they’re obviously trying to move you towards their yearly program. We’re a little disappointed that they only allow a 7-day trial, rather than a full 30-days, but they do offer a full money-back guarantee. That said, the company gets kudos for their recent increase from five to now ten simultaneous connections. We also liked their connection kill switch feature, a must for anyone serious about remaining anonymous while surfing. 

See all IPVanish VPN plans Symantec Norton Secure VPN

Number of countries: 29

Number of servers: 1500

Number of server locations: 200

Country/Jurisdiction: US

$39.99 for the first 12 months

Symantec, long known for excellence in security products, has a relatively limited offering in its VPN product. It does not support P2P or BitTorrent, it does not have a kill switch feature, and it does not support Linux, routers or set top boxes.

On the other hand, it’s a VPN product from Symantec, a publicly-traded company with a clearly documented management team. In most software categories, this might not be a notable advantage, but in the VPN world, where most companies have shadowy management and impossible-to-track-down ownership structures, it’s refreshing to know exactly who we’re dealing with and know through independent sources (the company’s annual filing, the SEC, and analyst reports) that the company is trustworthy and accountable.

Norton Secure VPN also gets big points for its 24/7 live customer phone support and 60-day money back guarantee.

See all Norton Secure VPN plans NordVPN NordVPN

Number of IP addresses: 5,000

Number of servers: 5,200+ servers

Number of server locations: 62

Country/Jurisdiction: Panama

62 countries

$3.49/month (75% discount) for 카지노사이트쿠폰 a 3-year plan

Read our NordVPN in-depth review and hands-on testing

NordVPN in-depth review and hands-on testing (ZDNet)

NordVPN is one of the most recognized brands in the VPN field. It offers a generous simultaneous connection count, with six simultaneous connections through their network, where nearly all other providers offer five or fewer. NordVPN also offers a dedicated IP option, for those looking for a different level of VPN connection. NordVPN also offers a kill switch feature, and the ability to VPN into Tor. We detected no privacy leaks during our tests, and found its speeds to be reliably fast. 

The company’s 1-year subscription plan costs is for $6.99/month ($83.88 billed at once). While that yearly price is lower than most other contenders, the month-to-month price of $11.95 is at the high end of the spectrum. As of September 16, 2019, the company’s other pricing tiers have crept up a bit: It’s now $3.49/month for a 3-year plan (or $125.64 total), up from $2.99/$107.55. And the 2-year plan is now $4.99/month ($119.76), up from $3.99/$95.75. And yes, it also has a full 30-day refund policy. 

While NordVPN has lived on this list for a long time, we moved it to the penalty box in October 2019 to re-evaluate our recommendation after a report emerged that one of its rented servers was accessed without authorization in 2018. Nord’s actions following the discovery included — eventually — multiple security audits, a bug bounty program and heavier investments in server security. 

While we’d have preferred that Nord self-disclosed the issue much earlier, the fact that the breach was very limited in nature and involved no user-identifying information served to further verify that NordVPN keeps no logs of user activity. As a result, Nord remains on this list as a recommended vendor. 

Read more: NordVPN review: Still the best value for security and speed

See all NordVPN plans Surfshark Surfshark

Number of servers: 800+

Number of server locations: 50

Country/Jurisdiction: British Virgin Islands

While Surfshark’s network is smaller than some, they make it up on features. Let’s start off with the biggest win they offer: unlimited device support. If you want to run your entire home or office on Surfshark’s VPN, you don’t have to worry about how many devices you have on or connected. They also offer anti-malware, ad blocking and tracker blocking as part of their software.

Surfshark received generally high marks when its Chrome and Firefox extensions were audited for privacy by German security firm Pure53 (PDF link of full report) — though that audit was commissioned by Surfshark.

The company has a solid range of app support, running on Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, FireTV and routers. Additional devices like game consoles can be configured for Surfshark via DNS settings. We particularly like the feature that allows you to whitelist certain apps and websites to automatically bypass the VPN. For some business use, this can be critically important.

Surfshark also offers three special modes designed for those who want to get around restrictions and more carefully hide their online footsteps. Camouflage Mode masks your VPN activity so your ISP doesn’t know you’re using a VPN. MultiHop jumps your connection through multiple countries to hide your trail. Finally, NoBorders Mode «allows [you] to successfully use Surfshark in restrictive regions.» Just be careful. Doing any of these three things could be illegal in your country and could result in very severe penalties.

For a year plan, Surfshark comes in very close to many of the other full-featured VPN providers, at $71.88 for the first year. Be careful, because it looks like that will jump to $143.40 after your first year is up. Month-by-month plans are $11.95. Their best offer is $1.99 a month, for their 24 month plan (you pay $47.76 up front). Definitely take advantage of their generous 30-day trial to decide if you like this service (and maybe set a reminder in 23 months to see if you can talk them into a continued discount rate).

See all Surfshark plans PureVPN PureVPN

Number of IP addresses: 300,000

Number of servers: 2000

Number of server locations: 180

Country/Jurisdiction: Hong Kong

$3.33/month for a 1-year plan, $1.65/month for a 5-year plan

PureVPN does not log connection information. The company joined the «no log» movement in 2018, which was recently verified via a third-party audit by Althius IT (albeit one commissioned and paid for by PureVPN). 

We like that PureVPN offer a 31-day refund policy and supports Bitcoin payments, to further extend anonymous browsing. We also like that PureVPN has both Kodi and a Chromebook solutions available. In addition, PureVPN was the first VPN service we noted to fully implement the GDPR.

See all PureVPN plans

StrongVPN StrongVPN

Number of IP addresses: 59,500

Number of servers: 650+

Number of server locations: 26 countries and 46 cities

$5.83/month (42% discount) for a 1-year plan

StrongVPN in-depth review and hands-on testing

StrongVPN blasts onto our favorites list with excellent infrastructure and decent price performance. As with our other favorites, StrongVPN has a strong no-logging policy. Since VPN is all about protecting your privacy, that’s a place the savvy VPN providers can pick up points.

Strong also picks up kudos for its large base of IP addresses, which also helps protect your anonymity. They have a solid collection of servers and worldwide locations. For those of you who need a dedicated IP, you can get one from the company, but you’ll need to contact support to get help setting it up.

One of StrongVPN’s strongest strengths is the company’s network. They own and operate their entire network infrastructure, which means they have no externally-dictated limits on bandwidth or the type of traffic allowed on the network. This gives you the confidence that you’ll be able to power through your work.

StrongVPN’s regular monthly price of $10 is in the middle of the pack, but their yearly price of $69.99 is among the lowest of our contenders. 

See all StrongVPN plans

CyberGhost CyberGhost VPN

Number of servers: over 6,100 worldwide in 90+ countries

Number of server locations: 112

45-day money back guarantee

24/7 support response

$2.75/month for a 3-year plan, or $3.69/month for 2-year plan 

CyberGhost in-depth review and hands-on testing    

CyberGhost has been around since 2011 and has come out strongly as a supporter of «civil rights, a free society, and an uncensored Internet culture.» We really liked how the company specifically showcases, on their Web site, how folks normally prevented from accessing such important services as Facebook and YouTube can bring those services into their lives via a VPN.

The company has solid Linux support, supports VPN via routers, and 우리카지노계열쿠폰 has a solution for the popular Kodi media player. They check off all the boxes on protocol support and get kudos for offering a connection kill switch feature, along with supporting P2P and BitTorrent in most countries. Plus, they allow you to use seven devices at once with their service.

Still, the few extra dollars are worth it. We liked how the company offers custom app protection, IPV5 support and DNS, IP, and WebRTC leak prevention. CyberGhost also picked up points for preserving anonymity by not logging connection data.

See all CyberGhost VPN plans

Private Internet Access Private Internet Access

Number of IP addresses: N/A

Number of servers: 3,252

Number of server locations: 37

Country/Jurisdiction: United States

Speaking of price, if you want a solid VPN provider, Private Internet Access is the place to go. 

The key to getting the most savings with this vendor is buying their two year plan for $83.87. That works out to $3.49 per month. They also offer a one-year plan for $71.88, but as you can see, you can get an entire additional year for less than ten bucks if you sign up for their two-year plan.

The company does not release information on the number of IP addresses available, but at 3,252, their server count is more than any of our other picks.

These folks have been around since 2010, and don’t log anything. They provide a generous five connections, a connection kill switch feature, and some good online documentation and 우리계열카지노 security guidance. Our one disappointment is that their refund policy is 7-days instead of 30, but you can certainly get a feel for their excellent performance in the space of a week.

See all Private Internet Access plans HotSpot Shield Hotspot Shield

Number of IP addresses: 50,000

Number of servers: 3,200

Number of server countries: 80+

$2.99/month for a 3-year plan

Hotspot Shield in-depth review and hands-on testing   

HotSpot Shield is a product that has had some ups and downs in terms of our editorial coverage. Back in 2016, they picked up some very positive coverage based on founder David Gorodyansky comments about protecting user privacy. Then, in 2017, a privacy group accused the company of spying on user traffic, an accusation the company flatly denies. Finally, just this year, ZDNet uncovered a flaw in the company’s software that exposed users. Fortunately, that was fixed immediately.

So what are we to make of HotSpot Shield? Frankly, the controversy caused us to drop them from our directory for a while. But they approached us, made a strong case for their ongoing dedication to privacy, and we decided to give them another chance.

Here’s the good news. They offer one of the best money-back guarantee we’ve seen for VPN services, a full 45-days. They support Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android, along with plugins for Chrome and Firefox. They also support routers and media players (but not Linux). And, as a bonus, they have a connection kill switch feature.

The company does not support P2P or BitTorrent – and they also don’t support the OpenVPN. Every other vendor does, but HotSpot Shield limits its protocol support to L2TP/IPSec and something they call Hydra, an enhancement of the transport protocol.

Overall, the company did impress us with their attention to privacy. They have a published privacy canary. They also told us, «We have built in malware, phishing and spam protection. Our commitment to our users is that Hotspot Shield will never store, log, or share your true IP address.»

See all Hotspot Shield plans

Other VPN service Providers

Goose VPN

I had to know why Goose VPN was so named. My first order of business was to reach out to the company’s co-founder and ask. Geese, I was told, make excellent guard animals. There are records of guard geese giving the alarm in ancient Rome when the Gauls attacked. Geese have been used to guard a US Air Defense Command base in Germany and a brewery in Scotland.

It’s clear that the goose is an ideal mascot for a service that’s meant to guard your digital communications. And so, we have Goose VPN.

Goose VPN has a couple of standout features. First, you can have an unlimited number of simultaneous connections (or devices) using the VPN at once. Second, if your bandwidth needs are 50 GB or less per month, you can sign up for $2.99/month, the cheapest monthly rate we’ve seen.

If you want unlimited bandwidth, the company definitely is pushing you towards buying a year at a time. Their monthly fee for unlimited bandwidth is a middle-of-the-road $12.99/month, but if you spend $59.88 for a year’s service, you’ll find it’s the second lowest by-the-year price of the services we’ve reviewed.

Goose provides all the usual clients, including iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows, and adds support for routers, Android TV, and Linux. They are working on a kill switch feature, which may even be up and running by the time you read this review. The company also offers 24/7 ticket-based support.

Ducks quack, geese honk, and swans whoop (we know, because we looked it up). Overall, especially given the unlimited connections and low yearly price, we think Goose VPN is something to honk about. 

VyprVPN Services

Number of IP addresses: 200,000+

Number of servers: 700+

Number of server locations: 70+

Country/Jurisdiction: Switzerland

30-Day Money Back Guarantee

VyprVPN has the largest bank of IP addresses of any of the services we’ve examined. The company offers a wide range of protocols, including its own high-performance Chameleon connection protocol.

We like that the company offers a connection kill switch feature and, for those who need it, there’s an option to get a dedicated IP address. VyprVPN is a standout in their effort to provide privacy, and thwart censorship. When China began its program of deep packet VPN inspection, Golden Frog’s VyperVPN service added scrambled OpenVPN packets to keep the traffic flowing. 

The company offers three plans: two years for $60, one year for $45, or monthly at $12.95. Clearly, the company’s two year offering is the sweet spot.

Buffered VPN

Number of IP addresses: 11,000

Number of servers: 800

Number of server locations: 46

Country/Jurisdiction: Gibraltar

Buffered VPN doesn’t disclose much about the size of its network, but the 30-day money back guarantee means that you can take their service for a test drive and really get a feel for how well it performs for you. The company saddened us because they do keep some connection information. They cheered us up, though, due to their client support, unlimited bandwidth, and generous number of simultaneous sessions allowed.

The company is relatively new, founded in 2013. It’s based in Europe, so those who prefer an EU-based company might prefer Buffered. We like how Buffered has made a strong commitment to Internet freedom, and an equally strong commitment to providing quality customer support.

At $12.99 per month and $79.00 for a year of service, they don’t offer the least expensive plan, but we do recommend giving them a try.

Hide My Ass

Number of IP addresses: 3,106

Number of servers: 830

Number of server locations: 280

Country/Jurisdiction: United Kingdom

$2.99/month for 3-year plan

We have to give these folks an extra shout-out just for the name of their service. The firm has a strong network with a good selection of protocols supported. While they have an extensive (and very clearly written set of policy documents), the company explicitly allows P2P and torrents.

We like how HMA offers support on a wide range of devices including game consoles. We gave them kudos for bitcoin support, and their excellent money-back guarantee. They did make us frown a bit because they do log connection data. They also offer five simultaneous connections.

While their monthly pricing of $11.52 is at the high end of the spectrum, their yearly pricing is competitive at $83.88 for a full year.

Webroot WiFi Security

Country/Jurisdiction: United States

Starting price: $39.99

As VPN services go, Webroot WiFi Security is relatively bare-bones — but it’s also cheap. Starting at $39.99 for a year of VPN service, you can get a bundle with both VPN and Webroot’s antivirus software for $69.98 for your first year. Unfortunately, both of these prices bump up after the first year. VPN protection jumps to $59.99 and the bundle jumps to $119.98.

While we applaud the combination of VPN and antivirus in one package, Webroot has had a troubled few years. In 2017, it mistakenly flagged Windows’ system files as malicious. In 2018, a kernel exploit was found in the company’s Mac antivirus client. In 2019, the company was acquired by backup firm Carbonite.

If you’re only protecting a few devices and want to save money, Webroot’s VPN might be for you. That $39.99 price is for up to three devices. If you want to protect five devices, you’ll need to pay $59.99 for a year and $79.99 after that. Frankly, once you enter that price range, there are products with more capabilities available.

Webroot’s VPN is also light on protocols. While they do connect using IKEv2 by default, they also offer L2TP and the very old and very insecure PPTP protocol (although they do warn that it’s not «as» secure. Another concern for those of you who need deep protection is that the company does log both which VPN server location you connect to and the country you connect from.

So who is Webroot’s VPN for? If all you want to do is protect your Wi-Fi connection while surfing in your local coffee shop or at a hotel, you only need to connect a few devices, and you want to save money, this is a workable option. But if you’re in need of a serious VPN with deep capabilities, you’ll want to look elsewhere in this directory. Also, we didn’t find any reference to a money back guarantee, so check with their pre-sales and support before buying.

VPN FAQ

Since we’re living in a connected world, security and privacy are critical to ensure our personal safety from nefarious hacks. From online banking to communicating with coworkers on a daily basis, we’re now frequently transferring data on our computers and smartphones. It’s extremely important to find ways of securing our digital life and for this reason, VPNs have become increasingly common.

What Is a VPN?

A virtual private network (VPN) is a technology that allows you to create a secure connection over a less-secure network between your computer and the internet. It protects your privacy by allowing you to anonymously appear to be anywhere you choose.

A VPN is beneficial because it guarantees an appropriate level of security and privacy to the connected systems. This is extremely useful when the existing network infrastructure alone cannot support it.

For example, when your computer is connected to a VPN, the computer acts as if it’s also on the same network as the VPN. All of your online traffic is transferred over a secure connection to the VPN. The computer will then behave as if it’s on that network, allowing you to securely gain access to local network resources. Regardless of your location, you’ll be given permission to use the internet as if you were present at the VPN’s location. This can be extremely beneficial for individuals using a public Wi-Fi.

Therefore, when you browse the internet while on a VPN, your computer will contact the website through an encrypted VPN service connection. The VPN will then forward the request for you and forward the response from the website back through a secure connection.

VPNs are really easy to use, and they’re considered to be highly effective tools. They can be used to do a wide range of things. The most popular types of VPNs are remote-access VPNs and site-to-site VPNs.

What is a remote-access VPN?

A remote-access VPN uses public infrastructure like the internet to provide remote users secure access to their network. This is particularly important for organizations and their corporate networks. It’s crucial when employees connect to a public hotspot and use the internet for sending work-related emails. A VPN client, on the user’s computer or mobile device connects to a VPN gateway on the company’s network. This gateway will typically require the device to authenticate its identity. It will then create a network link back to the device that allows it to reach internal network resources such as file servers, printers and intranets, as if it were on the same local network.

It usually relies on either Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) or Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to secure the connection. However, SSL VPNs can also be used to supply secure access to a single application, rather than an entire internal network. Some VPNs also provide Layer 2 access to the target network; these will require a tunneling protocol like PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) or L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) running across the base IPsec connection.

What is a site-to-site VPN?

This is when the VPN uses a gateway device to connect to the entire network in one location to a network in another location. The majority of site-to-site VPNs that connect over the internet use IPsec. Rather than using the public internet, it is also normal to use career multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) clouds as the main transport for site-to-site VPNs.

VPNs are often defined between specific computers, and in most cases, they are servers in separate data centers. However, new hybrid-access situations have now transformed the VPN gateway in the cloud, typically with a secure link from the cloud service provider into the internal network.

What is a mobile VPN?

A traditional VPN can affect the user experience when applied to wireless devices. It’s best to use a mobile VPN to avoid slower speeds and data loss. A mobile VPN offers you a high level of security for the challenges of wireless communication. It can provide mobile devices with secure access to network resources and software applications on their wireless networks. It’s good to use when you’re facing coverage gaps, inter-network roaming, bandwidth issues, or limited battery life, memory or processing power.

Mobile VPNs are designed and optimized to ensure a seamless user experience when devices are switching networks or moving out of coverage. It generally has a smaller memory footprint, and because of that, it also requires less processing power than a traditional VPN. Therefore, it enables your applications to run faster while the battery pack is able to last longer.

A Mobile VPN is a worthwhile tool to have since it increases privacy, user satisfaction and productivity, while also reducing unforeseen support issues caused by wireless connectivity problems. The increasing usage of mobile devices and wireless connectivity make it more important to ensure that your data is being transferred through a secure network. It will allow you to access the internet, while staying safe behind a firewall that protects your privileged information.

Who needs a VPN?

Individuals that access the internet from a computer, tablet or smartphone will benefit from using a VPN. A VPN service will always boost your security by encrypting and anonymizing all of your online activity. Therefore, both private and business users can benefit from using a VPN. Communications that happen between the VPN server and your device are encrypted, so a hacker or website spying on you wouldn’t know which web pages you access. They also won’t be able to see private information like passwords, usernames and bank or shopping details and so on. Anyone that wants to protect their privacy and security online should use a VPN.

How to choose a VPN Service?

There’s a vast range of VPN servers on the internet. Some are free, but the best ones require a monthly subscription. Before you decide to download a VPN, make sure you consider these factors for understanding a VPN:

Cost – VPNs aren’t too pricey, but they vary from vendor to vendor. If your main concern is price, then go with something inexpensive, or free – like Spotflux Premium VPN or AnchorFree HotSpot Shield Elite. By all means, try a free server but they do have a few drawbacks since they attract a lot of users. Free servers are often slower, and since most are ad-supported, they place adverts on the online pages you access. Others can even limit the speed of your connection, as well as your online time or amount of data transferred.

It’s also important to note that leading VPN providers offer stronger security features to ensure you’re digitally safe. When selecting a paid VPN service, always be sure to check which countries it operates servers in.

Reliability – Select a VPN that is reliable and read the reviews to make sure that it’s capable of protecting you by providing you with sufficient online privacy.

High security – An effective VPN will have the following security features: 128-bit encryption, anonymous DNS servers and an absence of connection logs.

Are there any bandwidth limits? This can often be linked to price; paying more will generally provide more bandwidth with faster internet access.

Are apps for Android, iOS phones and tablets available? Apps for Android and iOS devices are also vulnerable, so make sure your VPN server can support them.

To ensure privacy, you want to make sure you have a VPN that doesn’t store online logs. Some servers provide virus and spyware protection, and features like that can significantly increase your online safety.

Using a no-logs VPN service will provide you with a higher degree of security. It can protect you from blanket government surveillance and prevent your internet service provider from knowing your online activity.

Using a VPN for Netflix and other forbidden treasures

Online streaming services like Netflix and Hulu have been making it difficult for foreign users to access their content in other countries. Many people can get around region restrictions by using a VPN service to route your traffic through another country.

It can be quite simple to watch Netflix and other restricted goodies. You’ll have to use a VPN service that allows you to get a unique IP address. This can often be available for an additional fee. Look for VPN services that offer a «dedicated IP address», «dedicated IP», or «static IP.» Additional features like these will always allow you to access content from Netflix through a VPN service.

This is by far the easiest way to access your forbidden apps since there’s no specific way to block VPN traffic.

A lot of people started using a VPN to evade geo-restrictions. But despite its forbidden benefits to users outside the US, a VPN is a great tool that can protect you and enhance your online experience over the internet by providing you with sufficient security and privacy. When it comes to selecting the best VPN, you have plenty of choices. There are many cost-effective VPN options, and all of them will vary in monthly offerings. Choosing the best VPN is easier once you narrow down the competition. The best indication of a good VPN service provider is that they have the right security and the right support in place for you.

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