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Lachie Neale and wife Julie Neale lead the celebrity arrivals at the AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony 

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The AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony is very different this year thanks to COVID-19, with the ceremony being held largely virtually. 

That didn’t stop an onslaught of footballers and WAGS descending on the Gabba in Brisbane on Saturday night. 

First in line was The Lions Lachie Neale and his wife Julie Neale, who made a glamorous entrance. 

Looking good: The Lions Lachie Neale and his wife Julie Neale made a glamorous entrance at the The AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony in Brisbane on Saturday

Looking good: The Lions Lachie Neale and his wife Julie Neale made a glamorous entrance at the The AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony in Brisbane on Saturday 

Julie opted for racy sheer frock with a hip-high split and glittering embellishments throughout. 

Underneath, she wore a pair of nude underwear which showcased her slim pins to their full extent. 

She carried a silver clutch, wore clear heels,, and opted for a soft pink makeup palette, her blonde hair down in waves. 

Lachie looked smart in a navy blue suit with a white shirt and patterned tie. 

Wow! Julie opted for racy sheer frock with a hip-high split and glittering embellishments throughout

Wow! Julie opted for racy sheer frock with a hip-high split and glittering embellishments throughout

Chic: Lachie looked smart in a navy blue suit with a white shirt and patterned tie

Chic: Lachie looked smart in a navy blue suit with a white shirt and patterned tie

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Matthew McConaughey’s 12-year-old son Levi looks just like his father in rare social media photo

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There’s no doubt the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to Matthew McConaughey and his oldest son Levi.

In a rare social media post of their children, the Academy Award-winning actor’s wife, Camila Alves McConaughey, shared a photo of herself with 12-year-old Levi.

And it didn’t take long until the comments rolled in about how much he looks like his father, both in appearance and the expression on his face.    

'Alright, alright, alright': Many fans and Instagram followers marveled over how much Levi McConaughey's looks and expression resembled his dad

'Alright, alright, alright': Many fans and Instagram followers marveled over how much Levi McConaughey's looks and expression resembled his dad

Revealing: Matthew McConaughey, 50, just released his memoir Greenlights on October 20

Revealing: Matthew McConaughey, 50, just released his memoir Greenlights on October 20

Mirror image: Camila Alves McConaughey shared a photo on social media of herself and her son Levi, which prompted a slew of comments on how the 12-year-old looks just like his famous father, Matthew McConaughey

In the image, mother and son are staring down at the fruits of their labor after wrapping up a baking session with their friend, chef Rocco DiSpirito. 

‘The look on our faces says it all… the BEST SUGAR FREE chocolate chip cookie skillet recipe from our friend @roccodispirito,’ Camila began in the caption.

The sweet treat was part of the family’s celebration marking the release of Matthew’s new memoir, Greenlights, which came out this week.

She professed how ‘Judges at home give it a 10/10, and then set up a link to the recipe in her Insta-Stories so people ‘can all give it a try right now.’ 

Mini Matt: 'Omg he looks just like Matthew!! What a doll!!' and 'Omg that’s a mini Mathew McConaughey right there,' were among the common comments

Mini Matt: 'Omg he looks just like Matthew!! What a doll!!' and 'Omg that’s a mini Mathew McConaughey right there,' were among the common comments

Mini Matt: ‘Omg he looks just like Matthew!! What a doll!!’ and ‘Omg that’s a mini Mathew McConaughey right there,’ were among the common comments

While some fans and followers commented on how delicious the cookie looked and that they will try her recipe, many more referenced how Levi was his dad’s mini-me. 

‘Oh my goodness if there is more of a resemblance than this. Clone of his father! You and Matthew made beautiful children,’ one person replied. 

‘I’m a new follower but is that yalls son?! I’m kinda assuming because he looks like a mini Matthew McConaughney!! Ha.’  

‘Omg he looks just like Matthew!! What a doll!!’ and ‘Omg that’s a mini Mathew McConaughey right there,’ were among the common comments.

And then there were some people who simply called Levi: ‘Mini-Matt.’ 

Family celebration: Camila Alves McConaughey shared a photo of herself with 12-year-old Levi as part of the celebration marking the release of her husband's book

Family celebration: Camila Alves McConaughey shared a photo of herself with 12-year-old Levi as part of the celebration marking the release of her husband's book

Family celebration: Camila Alves McConaughey shared a photo of herself with 12-year-old Levi as part of the celebration marking the release of her husband’s book

Memoir: McConaughey described Greenlights as a collection of 'stories, prayers, poems, people and places and a whole bunch of bumper stickers,' that originated from diaries and journals he began writing when he was 14-years old; he is pictured proudly posing with his mother Mary Kathleen 'Kay' McCabe on Tuesday

Memoir: McConaughey described Greenlights as a collection of 'stories, prayers, poems, people and places and a whole bunch of bumper stickers,' that originated from diaries and journals he began writing when he was 14-years old; he is pictured proudly posing with his mother Mary Kathleen 'Kay' McCabe on Tuesday

Memoir: McConaughey described Greenlights as a collection of ‘stories, prayers, poems, people and places and a whole bunch of bumper stickers,’ that originated from diaries and journals he began writing when he was 14-years old; he is pictured proudly posing with his mother Mary Kathleen ‘Kay’ McCabe on Tuesday

The Dallas Buyers Club star revealed he exiled himself in the desert without electricity for 52 days while writing Greenlights.

The stories, which McConaughey described as a collection of ‘stories, prayers, poems, people and places and a whole bunch of bumper stickers,’ originated from diaries and journals he began writing when he was 14-years old. 

Among the revelations in the book: the actor wrote about being ‘blackmailed into having sex for the first time when I was 15’ and how he was ‘knocked unconscious’ and molested by a man ‘in the back of a van’ when he was 18. 

This is the first time that McConaughey has spoken in public about either incident but over the years he has given his support for sexual assault charities.  

The McConaugheys also have a son Livingstone, eight and a daughter Vida, 10. 

Family man: The McConaugheys are pictured with sons Livingston, eight, and Levi, 12, daughter Vida, 10, and the actor's mother Kay in 2019

Family man: The McConaugheys are pictured with sons Livingston, eight, and Levi, 12, daughter Vida, 10, and the actor's mother Kay in 2019

Family man: The McConaugheys are pictured with sons Livingston, eight, and Levi, 12, daughter Vida, 10, and the actor’s mother Kay in 2019

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Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari reunite with their Laguna Beach co-stars on Zoom

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The popular MTV reality series Laguna Beach came to an end after three seasons in November of 2006. 

And nearly 14-years later, Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavallari, and the rest of their Laguna Beach co-stars reunited via Zoom to reflect on their experience on the show.

Laguna Beach, which premiered in 2004, followed the lives of a select group of students attending Laguna Beach High School.

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Reunion: Nearly 14-years later, Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavallari, and the rest of their Laguna Beach co-stars reunited via Zoom to reflect on their experience on the show

Reunion: Nearly 14-years later, Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavallari, and the rest of their Laguna Beach co-stars reunited via Zoom to reflect on their experience on the show

Reunion: Nearly 14-years later, Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavallari, and the rest of their Laguna Beach co-stars reunited via Zoom to reflect on their experience on the show

Specifically, Friday’s reunion included Conrad, Cavallari, and the original cast of season one: Stephen Colletti, Trey Phillips, Dieter Schmitz, Lo Bosworth, Talan Torriero, Morgan Smith and Christina Sinclair.

The old schoolmates orchestrated the remote gathering in partnership with #GoodToVote and the non-profit organization HeadCount in the hopes of encouraging viewers to register and vote in the upcoming election.

‘I feel like the last time we all might have been in the same room was when we were going to the VMAs one time,’ recalled Stephen Colletti, who famously dated Kristin Cavallari on the teens-only series. 

‘MTV was like ‘Here, we’re going to launch this show and here’s 45 minutes of media training. Go have fun and then this show is going to air on MTV. Good luck!”

Not so real: Despite the MTV's emphasis on the 'reality' element of Laguna Beach, Cavallari admitted that the cast had to do 'a lot of pickup scenes' down the line, which meant many scenes were 'definitely out of order'

Not so real: Despite the MTV's emphasis on the 'reality' element of Laguna Beach, Cavallari admitted that the cast had to do 'a lot of pickup scenes' down the line, which meant many scenes were 'definitely out of order'

Not so real: Despite the MTV’s emphasis on the ‘reality’ element of Laguna Beach, Cavallari admitted that the cast had to do ‘a lot of pickup scenes’ down the line, which meant many scenes were ‘definitely out of order’

Prom-ception: She called having 'to pretend like [their] prom just happened' and then, in a later scene, she was told to 'pretend like prom hasn't happened'

Prom-ception: She called having 'to pretend like [their] prom just happened' and then, in a later scene, she was told to 'pretend like prom hasn't happened'

Prom-ception: She called having ‘to pretend like [their] prom just happened’ and then, in a later scene, she was told to ‘pretend like prom hasn’t happened’

During the 30-minute reunion, the Laguna Beach cast rehashed old memories and how the series paved the way for future reality TV shows.

‘That was the coolest part of our experience — reality TV was not really a thing before Laguna Beach,’ explained Christina Sinclair. 

‘In retrospect, we all would have been very different had we been exposed to reality TV the way we have now. In a way, I feel like that’s what made Laguna Beach so iconic. We really went in with no expectations, having no idea what we were doing.’ 

Way back: 'I feel like the last time we all might have been in the same room was when we were going to the VMAs one time,' recalled Stephen Colletti, who famously dated Kristin Cavallari on the teens-only series

Way back: 'I feel like the last time we all might have been in the same room was when we were going to the VMAs one time,' recalled Stephen Colletti, who famously dated Kristin Cavallari on the teens-only series

Way back: ‘I feel like the last time we all might have been in the same room was when we were going to the VMAs one time,’ recalled Stephen Colletti, who famously dated Kristin Cavallari on the teens-only series

Have fun: 'MTV was like 'Here, we're going to launch this show and here's 45 minutes of media training. Go have fun and then this show is going to air on MTV. Good luck!"'

Have fun: 'MTV was like 'Here, we're going to launch this show and here's 45 minutes of media training. Go have fun and then this show is going to air on MTV. Good luck!"'

Have fun: ‘MTV was like ‘Here, we’re going to launch this show and here’s 45 minutes of media training. Go have fun and then this show is going to air on MTV. Good luck!”‘

Despite the MTV’s emphasis on the ‘reality’ element of Laguna Beach, Cavallari admitted that the cast had to do ‘a lot of pickup scenes’ down the line, which meant many scenes were ‘definitely out of order.’ 

She called having ‘to pretend like [their] prom just happened’ and then, in a later scene, she was told to ‘pretend like prom hasn’t happened.’ 

Trey Phillips added: ‘It’s crazy because I remember watching it when it first came out and every time you’re like, “That’s not exactly how it was. They changed this.”‘  

Season one: Specifically, Friday's reunion included Conrad, Cavallari, and the original cast of season one: Stephen Colletti, Trey Phillips, Dieter Schmitz, Lo Bosworth, Talan Torriero, Morgan Smith and Christina Sinclair

Season one: Specifically, Friday's reunion included Conrad, Cavallari, and the original cast of season one: Stephen Colletti, Trey Phillips, Dieter Schmitz, Lo Bosworth, Talan Torriero, Morgan Smith and Christina Sinclair

Season one: Specifically, Friday’s reunion included Conrad, Cavallari, and the original cast of season one: Stephen Colletti, Trey Phillips, Dieter Schmitz, Lo Bosworth, Talan Torriero, Morgan Smith and Christina Sinclair

Rock the vote: The old schoolmates orchestrated the remote gathering in partnership with #GoodToVote and the non-profit organization HeadCount in the hopes of encouraging viewers to register and vote in the upcoming election

Rock the vote: The old schoolmates orchestrated the remote gathering in partnership with #GoodToVote and the non-profit organization HeadCount in the hopes of encouraging viewers to register and vote in the upcoming election

Rock the vote: The old schoolmates orchestrated the remote gathering in partnership with #GoodToVote and the non-profit organization HeadCount in the hopes of encouraging viewers to register and vote in the upcoming election

‘Then all of a sudden, 10 years later, you’re watching it and you’re like, “Oh that b*tch!”‘

Conrad, who was just 18-years-old at the time of Laguna Beach’s premiere, opened up about keeping her parents in the loop when it came to her onscreen antics. 

‘My parents were pretty much okay with it,’ claimed Lauren, who is now 34.

Good girl: Conrad, who was just 18-years-old at the time of Laguna Beach's premiere, opened up about keeping her parents in the loop when it came to her onscreen antics

Good girl: Conrad, who was just 18-years-old at the time of Laguna Beach's premiere, opened up about keeping her parents in the loop when it came to her onscreen antics

Good girl: Conrad, who was just 18-years-old at the time of Laguna Beach’s premiere, opened up about keeping her parents in the loop when it came to her onscreen antics

In the loop: 'I gave them a lot of heads up. If I did anything where I felt like they were going to be upset about it, I would just tell them. They were surprisingly okay with it all,' explained

In the loop: 'I gave them a lot of heads up. If I did anything where I felt like they were going to be upset about it, I would just tell them. They were surprisingly okay with it all,' explained

In the loop: ‘I gave them a lot of heads up. If I did anything where I felt like they were going to be upset about it, I would just tell them. They were surprisingly okay with it all,’ explained

‘I gave them a lot of heads up. If I did anything where I felt like they were going to be upset about it, I would just tell them. They were surprisingly okay with it all.’

Although they made plenty of memories filming the series as teens, the entire cast admitted that they have never rewatched the series in their adult years. 

‘I’ve seen minutes of it, but I’ve never re-watched the whole thing,’ said Cavallari, 33, who went on to star in series’ spin-off The Hills and her very own show Very Cavallari in 2018.     

Iconic: Laguna Beach, which premiered in 2004, followed the lives of a select group of students attending Laguna Beach High School

Iconic: Laguna Beach, which premiered in 2004, followed the lives of a select group of students attending Laguna Beach High School

Iconic: Laguna Beach, which premiered in 2004, followed the lives of a select group of students attending Laguna Beach High School

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Justin Theroux drops his absentee ballot in a mailbox ahead of the election: ‘Voting is epic’

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More than 50 million people have already cast their ballots in the 2020 general election, CNN reported on Friday. 

And with a week and a half left until Election Day on November 3, Justin Theroux joined the masses of voters as he sent in his absentee ballot. 

The actor, 49, shared his journey to his Instagram Stories writing ‘Voting is epic.’ 

Getting involved: With a week and a half left until Election Day on November 3, Justin Theroux joined the masses of voters as he sent in his absentee ballot, he shared to Instagram on Friday

Getting involved: With a week and a half left until Election Day on November 3, Justin Theroux joined the masses of voters as he sent in his absentee ballot, he shared to Instagram on Friday

Getting involved: With a week and a half left until Election Day on November 3, Justin Theroux joined the masses of voters as he sent in his absentee ballot, he shared to Instagram on Friday

The Parks & Rec actor shared a selfie with his mail-in ballot covering half of his face. 

He wore a disposable face mask as the coronavirus pandemic continues see spikes across the country. 

Justin also wore a wide brimmed fedora as he braved the wet streets of New York City. 

In the video he showed himself sliding the ballot into a blue USPS mailbox. 

Drop-off: 'Voting is,' he wrote over the first video, as he slid his ballot into the USPS mailbox

Drop-off: 'Voting is,' he wrote over the first video, as he slid his ballot into the USPS mailbox

Drop-off: ‘Voting is,’ he wrote over the first video, as he slid his ballot into the USPS mailbox

EPIC: The second continued as he ballot fell in and he walked away, he added 'epic'

EPIC: The second continued as he ballot fell in and he walked away, he added 'epic'

EPIC: The second continued as he ballot fell in and he walked away, he added ‘epic’ 

‘Voting is,’ he wrote over the first video. 

The second continued as he ballot fell in and he walked away, he added ‘epic.’ 

Due to the coronavirus pandemic limiting the number of people who can be in a room, and within six feet of each other, most states of broadly adopted voting by mail to allow people to participate in the election.  

Recent estimates have suggested 50% of voters will cast their vote by mail for the election, according to CNET

High turnout: CNN reported that over 50m people have already voted in the election and that 2020 could have record high turnout

High turnout: CNN reported that over 50m people have already voted in the election and that 2020 could have record high turnout

High turnout: CNN reported that over 50m people have already voted in the election and that 2020 could have record high turnout

Reports on Friday noted that over 50m voters have already cast their ballot in the contentious general election. 

With 11 days left until Election Day, USA Today reported that this year may be on track for the highest voter turnout in over a century, with 62% or 150m voting. 

Justin’s ex-wife, from 2015 until 2017, and friend Jennifer Aniston also shared that she cast her ballot in an Instagram post on Friday. 

The Friends star urged her followers to vote for Joe Biden saying: ‘This whole thing isn’t about one candidate or one single issue, it’s about the future of this country and of the world,’ though Justin didn’t reveal his choice. 

Make your voice heard! Justin's ex-wife, and friend Jennifer Aniston also shared that she cast her ballot in an Instagram post on Friday

Make your voice heard! Justin's ex-wife, and friend Jennifer Aniston also shared that she cast her ballot in an Instagram post on Friday

Make your voice heard! Justin’s ex-wife, and friend Jennifer Aniston also shared that she cast her ballot in an Instagram post on Friday 

Vote for the future:  Jen, 51, made the stakes clear, also posting a pic of her dropping off her absentee ballot, and writing: 'This whole thing isn’t about one candidate or one single issue, it’s about the future of this country and of the world,' as she encouraged fans to vote for Biden

Vote for the future:  Jen, 51, made the stakes clear, also posting a pic of her dropping off her absentee ballot, and writing: 'This whole thing isn’t about one candidate or one single issue, it’s about the future of this country and of the world,' as she encouraged fans to vote for Biden

Vote for the future:  Jen, 51, made the stakes clear, also posting a pic of her dropping off her absentee ballot, and writing: ‘This whole thing isn’t about one candidate or one single issue, it’s about the future of this country and of the world,’ as she encouraged fans to vote for Biden

‘Vote for equal human rights, for love, and for decency,’ Jen, 51, went on.

The Morning Show star proudly declared her choice, writing: ‘#IVOTED for @joebiden and @kamalaharris.’

‘I dropped my ballot off, and I did it early,’ she told wrote. ‘I voted for them because right now this country is more divided than ever.’

The actress added at the end of her post: ‘PS – It’s not funny to vote for Kanye. I don’t know how else to say it. Please be responsible.’ 

Exes: Jennifer and Justin were married from 2015 until 2017 and remain friends (pictured in 2016)

Exes: Jennifer and Justin were married from 2015 until 2017 and remain friends (pictured in 2016)

Exes: Jennifer and Justin were married from 2015 until 2017 and remain friends (pictured in 2016)

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