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I find it very hard to take this newspaper seriously and when I do buy it it is for abit of a joke because you can't believe half of the stories that appear in it. The Daily Star is kind of like the Sun's brother only a little ruder and slightly more unbelievable (although not much, because that would be just about impossible!).
Below I have listed the sections in the newspaper and given my opinion on each one individualy:
The front cover story- This is usually about someone famous or somthing big that is happening in Britain, it is usually blown out of all proportion and often contains words like 'saucy'. It starts on the front cover and then carries on on another page later in the paper.
The other stories- These tend to be much the same as the front cover story, although a little less big (which in the stars terms would be one of the teletubbies quiting and someone new taking their place!?!). what the hell am I going on about now? I don't know, anyway I'll get back to the point. Oh yeah, and the word 'saucy' usually appears in it aswell (even if it is about teletubbies).
The page 3 girl- I've got to say that this is a pretty good bit of the news paper. It is a picture of a girl (you didn't think it was going to be a real girl did you?) with not very many clothes on that gives you sweet dreams at night.
The cartoons- One of my favourite bits of the newspaper. I've got to admit they aren't the best I've ever read but sometimes they are pretty funny.
The horoscopes- The other day a car advert made me think. There are 60 million people in Britain, and 12 star signs, so how can 5 million people have exactly the same day? Thats why I don't believe in newspaper horoscopes. Although I do read mine just to see if any of it does come true.
The sport section- I like Body boarding and other extreme sports so this doesn't appeal to me, but for all you football lovers out there; I'm sure you'll really enjoy reading it. Actually I sometimes read the stuff about the Formula one racing because thats pretty cool.
The celebrities section- This is a section about whats happening with celebrities at the moment and usually includes a picture of a famous person drunk in London.
The advertising section- boring!
Overall my opinion of the Daily Star is that it is good if you want to have a laugh but don't buy it if you actually want to know whats going on in the world.
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