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MasterChef’s Laura Sharrad reveals exciting news a week before the season finale

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MasterChef: Back to Win star Laura Sharrad has revealed she will be opening a second restaurant in Adelaide

The 25-year-old confirmed her post-show career plans to the Adelaide Advertiser, calling it an expansion of the Nido brand, her Italian eatery in the city.

‘It’s very very exciting, I guess it’s baby number two before an actual baby comes along,’ Laura told the publication.

'It's baby number two': MasterChef star Laura Sharrad, 25, has leaked her exciting post-show plans - only a week before the season finale on Channel Ten. Pictured: Max Sharrad

'It's baby number two': MasterChef star Laura Sharrad, 25, has leaked her exciting post-show plans - only a week before the season finale on Channel Ten. Pictured: Max Sharrad

‘It’s baby number two’: MasterChef star Laura Sharrad, 25, has leaked her exciting post-show plans – only a week before the season finale on Channel Ten. Pictured: Max Sharrad

Laura said the current restaurant she owns with her chef husband Max is regularly ‘booked out’ – which was great for the couple. 

‘It’s one of those things that if the opportunity did arise, we’d definitely want to do it again and do something similar but a little bit different,’ she said, keeping coy.  

She continued: ‘[In order to] kind of make it a little bit more niche.’

Owners: 'It's one of those things that if the opportunity did arise, we'd definitely want to do it again and do something similar but a little bit different,' Laura said of the venture

Owners: 'It's one of those things that if the opportunity did arise, we'd definitely want to do it again and do something similar but a little bit different,' Laura said of the venture

Owners: ‘It’s one of those things that if the opportunity did arise, we’d definitely want to do it again and do something similar but a little bit different,’ Laura said of the venture

Laura and Max own Nido, which the pair opened in April last year.

Laura will now battle it out with Callum Hann, Reynold Poernomo, and Emilia Jackson to win the $250,000 prize money during finals week.   

It comes after Laura had a mini-meltdown on the show on Sunday night while acutely feeling the pressure of the competition.   

Proprietors: Laura and Max own Nido, which the pair opened in April last year

Proprietors: Laura and Max own Nido, which the pair opened in April last year

Proprietors: Laura and Max own Nido, which the pair opened in April last year

Laura couldn’t contain her emotions as she prepared her lamb rack for six guest chef judges while speaking to Jock Zonfrillo.

‘I can’t have negativity. Otherwise I’ll crumble,’ admitting she was nervous at this stage of the competition.

She went on to explain while she looks calm on the outside, she was actually really struggling with the pressure.

Turmoil: 'On the outside, I look really calm. But I am, like, inside, so scared. Like, the thought of going home on something... like, a dish like this,' Laura said on Sunday night

Turmoil: 'On the outside, I look really calm. But I am, like, inside, so scared. Like, the thought of going home on something... like, a dish like this,' Laura said on Sunday night

Turmoil: ‘On the outside, I look really calm. But I am, like, inside, so scared. Like, the thought of going home on something… like, a dish like this,’ Laura said on Sunday night

‘On the outside, I look really calm. But I am, like, inside, so scared. Like, the thought of going home on something… like, a dish like this,’ she said.

She continued: ‘[My dish] is so simple in its nature, I think it would defeat me and I won’t have my goal to, you know, do one better, and to make the finale and to win.’  

Laura then spoke of the pressure: ‘I’m cooking for my spot in this competition. I know how to cook. This is what I do every day.’

Honest: Laura added: 'I just need to do it well. People say that winning isn't all, but... I don't know, I just have so much to prove'

Honest: Laura added: 'I just need to do it well. People say that winning isn't all, but... I don't know, I just have so much to prove'

Honest: Laura added: ‘I just need to do it well. People say that winning isn’t all, but… I don’t know, I just have so much to prove’

She added: ‘I just need to do it well. People say that winning isn’t all, but I don’t know, I just have so much to prove.’

Despite her nerves, Laura managed to pull off the ‘childhood dish’, with her serving an impressive dish of peas, mint and lamb. She was safe and Reece Hignell was eliminated. 

MasterChef: Back to Win continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten

Screening: MasterChef: Back to Win continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten. Pictured: (From left) Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo

Screening: MasterChef: Back to Win continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten. Pictured: (From left) Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo

Screening: MasterChef: Back to Win continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten. Pictured: (From left) Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo 

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Great British Bake Off: Loriea is the first contestant to leave the tent

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An ambitious showstopper was not enough to save Loriea as she became the first casualty of the new series of the Great British Bake Off. 

The Durham-based diagnostic radiographer was eliminated from the Channel 4 show, which returned for its eleventh series on Tuesday night, after her showstopper failed to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.  

Co-host Noel Fielding was left with the task of delivering the heartbreaking news to Loriea, 27, that her time in the bake off tent had come to an end. 

First to leave: Durham-based diagnostic radiographer Loriea was eliminated from the Channel 4 show on Tuesday

First to leave: Durham-based diagnostic radiographer Loriea was eliminated from the Channel 4 show on Tuesday

First to leave: Durham-based diagnostic radiographer Loriea was eliminated from the Channel 4 show on Tuesday 

The Channel 4 baking contest welcomed 12 home-bakers to the tent with the first show-stopping challenge to create their hero out of sponge. 

Noel carefully explained the showstopper rules to the bakers and even made Prue giggle after explaining each bake ‘must have a head’ which ‘must be made mainly from cake’.

The showstoppers saw the narration say: ‘Engineering turns to artistry’.   

Questionable? Marc crafted a chocolate and vanilla David Bowie which left the judges puzzled

Questionable? Marc crafted a chocolate and vanilla David Bowie which left the judges puzzled

Questionable? Marc crafted a chocolate and vanilla David Bowie which left the judges puzzled

Pantomime producer Lottie, 31, felt the pressure as she made her challenging showstopper – which was supposed to be an image of Louis Theroux – but Noel Fielding said looks like a ‘death mask’. 

Lottie used a skull mould to construct the face of the documentary filmmaker before Noel exclaimed: ‘What the hell is that? The grim reaper?’

However the baker sheepishly replied: ‘It is supposed to be Louis Theroux…’

Elsewhere in the showstopper challenge, accountant Hermine, 39, from London, created a tribute to the Black Panther film star Lupita Nyong’o.

It's back! The first episode of the new series of GBBO saw pantomime producer Lottie, 31, mocked for her showstopper take on Louis Theroux's head

It's back! The first episode of the new series of GBBO saw pantomime producer Lottie, 31, mocked for her showstopper take on Louis Theroux's head

It’s back! The first episode of the new series of GBBO saw pantomime producer Lottie, 31, mocked for her showstopper take on Louis Theroux’s head 

Louis... is that you? Lottie's attempt at recreating Louis' head don't go down well

Louis... is that you? Lottie's attempt at recreating Louis' head don't go down well

Oh my... Noel was mocking the attempts

Oh my... Noel was mocking the attempts

Louis… is that you? Lottie’s attempt at recreating Louis’ head don’t go down well

Digital manager Laura, 31, looked to be feeling the heat in the kitchen in the clip

Digital manager Laura, 31, looked to be feeling the heat in the kitchen in the clip

Digital manager Laura, 31, looked to be feeling the heat in the kitchen in the clip

The baker crafted the naked shoulders and bosom of the actress, 37, with Noel commenting: ‘I don’t think I’ve ever fancied a cake before, but I slightly do now.’ 

Meanwhile accounting and finance student Peter, 20, who is the youngest in the line-up, creates a baked portrait of six-time Olympic champion cyclist Sir Chris Hoy. 

However the baker was left red-faced when judge Pure Leith, 80, remarks: ‘I’m loving the helmet.’ Aside from the baking innuendoes, the Channel 4 show has also caused a stir with the return of the ‘well-endowed’ squirrel mascot.

Pharmacy dispenser Sura, 31, came face-to-face with a fly and as she attempted to swat away the pest but knocked over some of the work from security guard Dave, 30. 

Rodent: Fans were left shocked after the show has brought back an animated tribute to the saucy squirrel in their advert which was cut following the 2011 series two final

Rodent: Fans were left shocked after the show has brought back an animated tribute to the saucy squirrel in their advert which was cut following the 2011 series two final

Rodent: Fans were left shocked after the show has brought back an animated tribute to the saucy squirrel in their advert which was cut following the 2011 series two final

OH NO! Sura, 31, comes face-to-face with a fly and as she attempted to swat away the pest she knocks over some of the work from security guard Dave, 30

OH NO! Sura, 31, comes face-to-face with a fly and as she attempted to swat away the pest she knocks over some of the work from security guard Dave, 30

OH NO! Sura, 31, comes face-to-face with a fly and as she attempted to swat away the pest she knocks over some of the work from security guard Dave, 30

As she breaks down following the gaffe, she said: ‘I’m so sorry. Oh my god. I’m so sorry there was a fly, I went to shoo it away and I knocked it’. 

Noel and Matt soon swoop in to support the bereft hopeful.  

Earlier in the week and before the latest clip was released, fans were left shocked after the show has brought back an animated tribute to the saucy squirrel in their advert which was cut following the 2011 series two final.

The rodent graced the screens up until the series two final in 2011 where he was subject to a lingering camera shot.

However Great British Bake Off bosses sacked the ‘full-frontal’ squirrel for a pheasant for the 2016 series. But fans have gone nuts after the popular mascot has returned on the advert for the show in cartoon form.

Haha! During the new teaser, Retirement living leader Linda, 61, seems to find the funny side as she exclaims: 'Surprising how the time just flies when you're having fun', before an alarmed Lottie said: 'Who just said they were having fun!'

Haha! During the new teaser, Retirement living leader Linda, 61, seems to find the funny side as she exclaims: 'Surprising how the time just flies when you're having fun', before an alarmed Lottie said: 'Who just said they were having fun!'

Haha! During the new teaser, Retirement living leader Linda, 61, seems to find the funny side as she exclaims: ‘Surprising how the time just flies when you’re having fun’, before an alarmed Lottie said: ‘Who just said they were having fun!’ 

The ad is in the form of a vintage-style tea towel featuring the slogan ‘Bake Off’s Back’ and an emblem to the masculine squirrel in a gold frame holding a gherkin.

Care assistant Dwight McClean, 34, spotted the advert at a bus stop in Hounslow, West London, and told The Sun: ‘It doesn’t go with the Bake Off theme. It’s something that’s pornographic.

The upcoming series took place at Down Hall Hotel in Essex after five years of filming at Welford Park in Berkshire, with all cast and crew members undergoing regular COVID-19 testing in an isolation bubble amid the pandemic.

Be careful! Diagnostic radiographer Loriea, 27, was an image of concentration when crunch time arrived

Be careful! Diagnostic radiographer Loriea, 27, was an image of concentration when crunch time arrived

Be careful! Diagnostic radiographer Loriea, 27, was an image of concentration when crunch time arrived 

Producers said they drew up a list of safety rules ‘longer than the Bible’ before filming started for the new socially-distanced series with Paul Hollywood’s signature handshake given the green light despite fears of spreading the virus and claims it could be replaced with an elbow bump.

At the height of lockdown, the hit Channel 4 series signed an exclusive deal with luxury Down Hall Hotel and Spa in Essex, located on 110 acres of land, to hire it out in late July for the entire series.

The Observer reported that the country house and hotel, just a stone’s throw from celebrity chef Paul’s £1 million Grade II listed farmhouse in Kent, allowed the show to book it out on a self-catering basis with 25 members of staff on hand to help out.

I want to bake three.. cakes! The show's judges and presenters posed for a promotional snap in the theme of the iconic Queen II album cover

I want to bake three.. cakes! The show's judges and presenters posed for a promotional snap in the theme of the iconic Queen II album cover

I want to bake three.. cakes! The show’s judges and presenters posed for a promotional snap in the theme of the iconic Queen II album cover

The popular show had been scheduled to go into production back in April, before the pandemic, and subsequent lockdown, scuppered all plans.

The publication claims that contestants were then allowed to move into the hotel with their partners, children or pet pooches – if they wished to do so – with measures put in place for child and dog care on set while filming for six weeks. 

The hit show is usually shot over a 12 week period with bakers travelling to and from their homes

Funny: The Great British Bake Off is set to return with innuendos galore alongside baked bare breasts and a cartoon tribute to the very 'well-endowed' squirrel mascot

Funny: The Great British Bake Off is set to return with innuendos galore alongside baked bare breasts and a cartoon tribute to the very 'well-endowed' squirrel mascot

Funny: The Great British Bake Off is set to return with innuendos galore alongside baked bare breasts and a cartoon tribute to the very ‘well-endowed’ squirrel mascot

GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF 2020: WHO ARE THE CONTESTANTS?

Amateur: Dave only started baking once he left his family home, after years of relying on his mother's food

Amateur: Dave only started baking once he left his family home, after years of relying on his mother's food

 

 DAVE

Impressive: The French influence in Benin-born Hermine has instilled in her a love of high-end pâtissérie

Impressive: The French influence in Benin-born Hermine has instilled in her a love of high-end pâtissérie

 

 HERMINE

Age: 30

Occupation: Armoured guard 

Why Bake Off? Dave first tried his hand at baking once he left home, after years of relying on his mother’s food. Now living with his girlfriend in Hampshire, his kitchen is filled with Bake Off-inspired appliances and his strengths lie in bread. 

 What’s he got to say? ‘I’m very pleased. It felt like a long build up and that there were many hurdles to overcome first. 

‘My strengths are the ability to learn from mistakes, take criticism and use it to improve, while my weaknesses would be feeling overwhelmed when mess builds up and struggling with some baking jargon…. And French words!’

Fun fact: Dave splits his time between work, DIY projects and looking after his pets when he isn’t cooking up a storm in the kitchen. 

Age: 39

Occupation: Accountant

Why Bake Off? Born in Benin, Hermine moved to London in nearly 20 years ago to pursue further education. She made her first cake at the tender age of eight after helping her mother bake for large family events. 

The French influence in Benin has instilled in Hermine a love of high-end pâtissérie.

What’s she got to say? ‘I thought it might not go ahead so to finally get into the tent that first morning was surreal. I could not believe I made it in. 

‘My strength is my understanding of how ingredients work together and how to get flavours right. My weakness is the ability to get a clean neat finish under time pressure.’ 

All in the details: When it comes to her masterpieces, Laura focuses on mastering 'pretty and dainty' decorations

All in the details: When it comes to her masterpieces, Laura focuses on mastering 'pretty and dainty' decorations

 

LAURA

 Age: 31

Occupation: Digital manager

Why Bake Off? Laura started baking as a child and returned to the art a few years ago. The Kent native credits working under pressure for being a strong hopeful in the competition. 

When it comes to her masterpieces, she focuses on mastering ‘pretty and dainty’ decorations.

 What’s she got to say? ‘I was really excited about the whole experience but I think I was especially excited to meet Matt Lucas. 

‘I saw him in Les Mis last year and he was incredible. I was very star-struck when I first saw him and made a bit of a fool out of myself. I think my first words to him were “OMG I LOVE YOU.”‘ 

Interesting fact: Laura volunteers at the Samaritans in her spare time 

Natural: This year's oldest contestant only uses homegrown produce in her cooking after growing up in the countryside

Natural: This year's oldest contestant only uses homegrown produce in her cooking after growing up in the countryside

 

LINDA

Age: 61

Occupation: Retirement living team leader 

Why Bake Off? Linda picked up the hobby from a young age, after frequently visiting her aunt’s dairy farm. 

As a lover of the countryside, she believes her strengths lie in home-comfort cooking and only uses homegrown produce in her cooking.

What’s she got to say? ‘I’ll never lose that magical feeling I had when I first walked into the tent and that will stay with me as one of my moments’. 

Interesting fact: At 61, Linda is this year’s oldest contestant

There's no stopping her: Jamaican-born radiographer Loriea often works under pressure due to the nature of her job

There's no stopping her: Jamaican-born radiographer Loriea often works under pressure due to the nature of her job

 

LORIEA

Age: 27

Occupation: Diagnostic radiographer 

Why Bake Off? The Durham-based chef infuses Caribbean flavours into her food, having lived in Jamaica for 15 years. 

She learnt how to bake from her grandmother and is used to working well under pressure.

What’s she got to say? ‘What stands out the most is the close bond we had made already, as well as how supportive we all were to each other, despite coming from various backgrounds. 

‘Basically, it was like catching up with long lost friends.’ 

Interesting fact: Loriea moved to the UK when she was 15 and started baking 10 years earlier with help from her grandmother

Passionate: Lottie has branded herself a 'perpetually frustrated perfectionist'

Passionate: Lottie has branded herself a 'perpetually frustrated perfectionist'

 

 LOTTIE

Age: 31

Occupation: Pantomime Producer

Why Bake-off?  Lottie from West Sussex believes she’s inherited her love for baking from her Lancastrian great-grandmother and often swapped toys for cookery books as a child. 

What’s she got to say? ‘Coming straight out of lockdown into another lockdown was weird but totally worth it and that first morning was utterly terrifying! 

‘As soon as I saw the tent it all started to feel a bit too real!’ 

Interesting fact: Lottie is a yoga enthusiast  

Hands-on: Pastries are Makbul's speciality, which he usually creates for special occasions like Eid

Hands-on: Pastries are Makbul's speciality, which he usually creates for special occasions like Eid

 

MAKBUL

Age: 51

Occupation: Accountant

Why Bake Off? Self-taught baker Makbul from Greater Manchester refined his baking skills through TV shows and famous chefs after cooking as a means to support his beloved mother. 

Pastries are his speciality, which he usually creates for special occasions like Eid. 

What’s he got to say? ‘As a baker one of my biggest strengths is that I’m not daunted by much. I will have a go. My biggest weakness is the mess I create, To see the tent for the first time was thrilling. 

‘To actually go into it was like stepping into another world, “at last, I am here!”’ 

Interesting fact: Makbul’s three grown-up children who are his hardest critics. 

Healing power: Baking is therapeutic for amputee Marc, who lost his leg in a motorbike

Healing power: Baking is therapeutic for amputee Marc, who lost his leg in a motorbike

 

MARC 

Age: 51

Occupation: Bronze resin sculptor

Why Bake Off? Marc from Cornwall, joined the series in a bid to defy the odds after losing his leg in a motorbike accident in 2016. 

The bronze resin sculptor credits baking cakes and pastries for healing the mental strain of his injury, after spending his youth climbing mountains. 

What’s he got to say? ‘I was incredibly excited, happy and very very nervous. [A special memory was] being surrounded by 11 other great people, all in the competition with me, and I just remember feeling the very positive and exciting energy in the tent.’ 

Interesting fact: Marc, who is a single parent, became a landscape photographer once he settled back in the UK four years after the incident. 

Fan: The competition's youngest hopeful has loved the show since its inception in 2010

Fan: The competition's youngest hopeful has loved the show since its inception in 2010

 

PETER

Age: 20

Occupation: Accounting & Finance Student

Why Bake Off? Peter started baking when he was 12 and has watched the series since its inception in 2010. 

Born in Edinburgh, the student ensures he incorporates his cultural background into his cooking and is the competition’s youngest hopeful. 

What’s he got to say? ‘Just being in the tent with the judges, presenters and other bakers and realising that I was on the Bake Off!..

‘I was just so excited to get baking in the tent and fulfil this amazing dream.’ 

Interesting fact: Peter is the youngest in the line-up 

Go big or go home: Rowan describes his baking style as 'ostentatious'

Go big or go home: Rowan describes his baking style as 'ostentatious'

 

ROWAN

Age: 55

Occupation: Music teacher

Why Bake Off? Rowan from Worcestershire is completely self-taught and specialises in French pâtissérie. The teacher also enjoys updating Georgian-inspired recipes with his own take on the 18th-century and enjoys decorating his masterpieces with flowers from his garden.

What’s he got to say?  ‘It was very exciting and seemed unreal after all the uncertainty and the vast amount of preparatory work. 

‘My strengths are ambition in ideas and design. My weakness is over-ambition and no interest in timings!’ 

Interesting fact: Rowan swims a mile in the mornings and enjoys spending time at the British Library 

Spontaneous: An improviser by nature, Sura particularly enjoys balancing fragrant and floral flavours

Spontaneous: An improviser by nature, Sura particularly enjoys balancing fragrant and floral flavours

 

SURA

Age: 31

Occupation: Pharmacy dispenser

Why Bake Off? Sura from London pays homage to her Turkish, Iraqi, Iranian, Syrian and Indian heritage by experimenting with a wide range of seasoning in her cooking.

What’s she got to say?  ‘I was looking forward to meeting Prue the most.

‘I have watched her for many years on TV and I just loved her passion for food and flavours and her immense knowledge on it all. ‘She inspired a lot of my baking in my early 20s.’ 

Interesting fact: Sura’s passions lie in exploring her love of travel, architecture and design. 

Cooking up a storm: Mark began experimenting with baking during his time at university

Cooking up a storm: Mark began experimenting with baking during his time at university

 

MARK

Age: 32

Occupation: Project manager

Why Bake Off? Northern Irish contestant Mark began experimenting with baking during his time at university. 

As a project manager for public health research programmes, he tends to experiment with flavours of Africa and Asia after visiting the continents for work.

What’s he got to say? ‘I think I am quite a versatile baker and always up for a challenge. 

‘My biggest weakness is baking to a time limit – at home I spend hours (and sometimes days!) baking something as a way of de-stressing, so I wasn’t sure how I would deal with that in the tent!’ 

Interesting fact: Mark inspired by his Irish heritage, African and Asian flavours which he finds on health research programmes.

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Drew Barrymore proves she’s got a heart of gold as she helps rescue a dog that got hit by a car

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Animal lover Drew Barrymore helped tend to an injured dog who appeared to be the victim of a hit and run incident in New York on Tuesday.

The newly-minted talk show host, 45,  tried to calm the canine down, petting it softly while also comforting the pup’s owner.

Drew, a friend, and the dog owner all seemed rattled as they tried to take care of the pooch, who appeared to have hurt its leg.

Big heart: Drew Barrymore stopped her morning routine to help a dog who was injured by an apparent hit and run in NYC

Big heart: Drew Barrymore stopped her morning routine to help a dog who was injured by an apparent hit and run in NYC

Big heart: Drew Barrymore stopped her morning routine to help a dog who was injured by an apparent hit and run in NYC 

Barrymore stroked the whimpering pup’s head while listening to the shocked owner.

The 50 First Dates actress – who was dressed down in comfy in a grey maxi-cardigan that skimmed the top of the actress’ lambskin lined slippers – used her signature charm to cheer up the situation, coaxing a smile from the overwhelmed owner’s face as they talked.

A nearby worker also stopped to help, offering a blanket and what looked like dog treats to the traumatized pet.

It's gonna be okay: The newly-minted talk show host, 45, tried to calm the canine down, petting it softly while also comforting the pup's owner

It's gonna be okay: The newly-minted talk show host, 45, tried to calm the canine down, petting it softly while also comforting the pup's owner

It’s gonna be okay: The newly-minted talk show host, 45, tried to calm the canine down, petting it softly while also comforting the pup’s owner

Upsetting situation: Drew, a friend, and the dog owner all appeared rattled as they tried to take care of the pooch, who appeared to have hurt its leg

Upsetting situation: Drew, a friend, and the dog owner all appeared rattled as they tried to take care of the pooch, who appeared to have hurt its leg

Upsetting situation: Drew, a friend, and the dog owner all appeared rattled as they tried to take care of the pooch, who appeared to have hurt its leg

Unbelievable: Barrymore stroked the whimpering pup's head while listening to the shocked owner

Unbelievable: Barrymore stroked the whimpering pup's head while listening to the shocked owner

Unbelievable: Barrymore stroked the whimpering pup’s head while listening to the shocked owner

Contagious smile: The 50 First Dates actress used her signature charm to cheer up the situation, coaxing a smile from the overwhelmed owner's face as they talked

Contagious smile: The 50 First Dates actress used her signature charm to cheer up the situation, coaxing a smile from the overwhelmed owner's face as they talked

Contagious smile: The 50 First Dates actress used her signature charm to cheer up the situation, coaxing a smile from the overwhelmed owner’s face as they talked

After making sure the dog was stable, Drew’s friend ushered the dog into her car, likely taking them to a nearby veterinarian for care.

Drew’s love of animals is no secret.

In 2016 she was recognized for her activism by the ASPCA, earning their ASPCA Compassion Award, which recognizes noteworthy individuals in entertainment and the arts who have made outstanding contributions to animal welfare.

Good in the world: A nearby worker also stopped to help, offering a blanket and what looked like dog treats to the traumatized pet

Good in the world: A nearby worker also stopped to help, offering a blanket and what looked like dog treats to the traumatized pet

Good in the world: A nearby worker also stopped to help, offering a blanket and what looked like dog treats to the traumatized pet

Time to go: After making sure the dog was stable, Drew's friend ushered the dog into her car, likely taking them to a nearby veterinarian for care

Time to go: After making sure the dog was stable, Drew's friend ushered the dog into her car, likely taking them to a nearby veterinarian for care

Time to go: After making sure the dog was stable, Drew’s friend ushered the dog into her car, likely taking them to a nearby veterinarian for care

Sweet: Drew was dressed down in comfy in a grey maxi-cardigan that skimmed the top of the actress' lambskin lined slippers as she played with the pup

Sweet: Drew was dressed down in comfy in a grey maxi-cardigan that skimmed the top of the actress' lambskin lined slippers as she played with the pup

Sweet: Drew was dressed down in comfy in a grey maxi-cardigan that skimmed the top of the actress’ lambskin lined slippers as she played with the pup

In her acceptance speech the former child actress opened up about the unique bond between humans and their animals, saying: ‘You have a relationship with pets that is unspoken; it is without words. 

‘And sure we could all deal with a little less words in a relationships sometimes. We should just follow the dogs!’ she laughed.

‘There is such profoundness in connectivity and energy and altruism that we have with our animals, especially rescue animals, and they feel it back. And there is some level of symbiotic gratitude because you do save each other.’ 

Compassion: Drew's love of animals is no secret. In 2016 she was recognized for her activism by the ASPCA , earning their Compassion Award. She's seen with Martha Stewart at that 2016 benefit above

Compassion: Drew's love of animals is no secret. In 2016 she was recognized for her activism by the ASPCA , earning their Compassion Award. She's seen with Martha Stewart at that 2016 benefit above

Compassion: Drew’s love of animals is no secret. In 2016 she was recognized for her activism by the ASPCA , earning their Compassion Award. She’s seen with Martha Stewart at that 2016 benefit above

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Scout Willis got her week started on a caffeinated note, spotted heading out for some coffee with a friend.

The 29-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore was seen grabbing coffee while out and about in Los Feliz on Monday.

Later she also took to her Instagram to share a new video of her tap-dancing skills, while asking if any of her fans would teach her how to tap dance. 

Coffee time: Scout Willis got her week started on a caffeinated note, spotted heading out for some coffee with a friend

Coffee time: Scout Willis got her week started on a caffeinated note, spotted heading out for some coffee with a friend

Coffee time: Scout Willis got her week started on a caffeinated note, spotted heading out for some coffee with a friend

Willis was spotted wearing a loose-fitting floral-print top tucked into a pair of light blue jeans.

She also wore black flats and stayed safe from COVID-19 by wearing a blue face mask that covered her mouth and nose. 

She was also seen carrying a large beverage while holding her keys as she walked back to her vehicle.

Scout's look: Willis was spotted wearing a loose-fitting floral-print top tucked into a pair of light blue jeans

Scout's look: Willis was spotted wearing a loose-fitting floral-print top tucked into a pair of light blue jeans

Scout’s look: Willis was spotted wearing a loose-fitting floral-print top tucked into a pair of light blue jeans

Willis also took to Instagram on Monday evening to share a new video of her tap-dancing skills, which was seemingly inspired by watching the classic musical Singin’ In the Rain.

‘Part 1) @jakelele and I watch singing in the rain and he tells me if I’ve ever remotely considered buying tap shoes this is going to send me over the edge,’ she began.

She added, ‘Part 2) I an delighted by what I see,’ and, ‘Part 3) I buy tap shoes on Etsy,’ before asking for some help from fans.

Tap-dancing: Willis also took to Instagram on Monday evening to share a new video of her tap-dancing skills, which was seemingly inspired by watching the classic musical Singing In the Rain

Tap-dancing: Willis also took to Instagram on Monday evening to share a new video of her tap-dancing skills, which was seemingly inspired by watching the classic musical Singing In the Rain

Tap-dancing: Willis also took to Instagram on Monday evening to share a new video of her tap-dancing skills, which was seemingly inspired by watching the classic musical Singing In the Rain

New shoes: 'Part 1) @jakelele and I watch singing in the rain and he tells me if I’ve ever remotely considered buying tap shoes this is going to send me over the edge,' she began

New shoes: 'Part 1) @jakelele and I watch singing in the rain and he tells me if I’ve ever remotely considered buying tap shoes this is going to send me over the edge,' she began

New shoes: ‘Part 1) @jakelele and I watch singing in the rain and he tells me if I’ve ever remotely considered buying tap shoes this is going to send me over the edge,’ she began

‘Prologue) does anyone want to teach me to tap dance over zoom?’ she concluded in the caption of her video.

Willis was wearing a different loose-fitting blouse with short jean shorts and black tap-dancing shoes.

The video was set to the title song from the 1952 classic Singin’ in the Rain, sung by legendary performer Gene Kelly.

Tap dance lessons: 'Prologue) does anyone want to teach me to tap dance over zoom?' she concluded in the caption of her video

Tap dance lessons: 'Prologue) does anyone want to teach me to tap dance over zoom?' she concluded in the caption of her video

Tap dance lessons: ‘Prologue) does anyone want to teach me to tap dance over zoom?’ she concluded in the caption of her video

Dancing: The video was set to the title song from the 1952 classic Singin' in the Rain, sung by legendary performer Gene Kelly

Dancing: The video was set to the title song from the 1952 classic Singin' in the Rain, sung by legendary performer Gene Kelly

Dancing: The video was set to the title song from the 1952 classic Singin’ in the Rain, sung by legendary performer Gene Kelly

Willis and Miller have been dating since October 2017. and will celebrate their third-year anniversary on Halloween.

Willis appeared in a few of her parents’ movies when she was a child, such as Demi Moore’s The Scarlet Letter and Bruce Willis’ Breakfast of Champions and Bandits.

She also served as a costumes intern on the 2012 feature Moonrise Kingdom, which Willis also starred in. 

Anniversary: Willis and Miller have been dating since October 2017. and will celebrate their third-year anniversary on Halloween

Anniversary: Willis and Miller have been dating since October 2017. and will celebrate their third-year anniversary on Halloween

Anniversary: Willis and Miller have been dating since October 2017. and will celebrate their third-year anniversary on Halloween

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