If you are a Barbie girl who always wanted to live in Barbie world, there’s good news! Don’t keep calm, because Airbnb has just thrown open a real-life Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse for rent, where you can head with your girl gang for the weekend.Barbie is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week, and for that purpose, it has opened the Malibu Dreamhouse for a maximum of four guests, from October 27 to 29. If this is not enough, the cherry on the cake is that you can stay here for USD 60 per night (that’s just Rs 4243 per night).Have a look at the gorgeous house:This ‘Barbie dream’ will kickstart right when you arrive at the airport, where the car service will escort you to this life-sized doll’s house at Malibu, California. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom property is spread over three floors. The uber luxurious house features a sports court, an infinity pool, a meditation space, a personal theatre, a hobby studio, a fully-equipped and fully-stocked kitchen that overlooks the ocean.The interiors of the house are just what comes to mind when you hear ‘Barbie’, in shades of pink and white. Take a look:”For the first time ever, my Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse is on Airbnb! Available for a one-time, two-night stay, but I promise the memories will last a lifetime. Booking opens at 11:00am PDT on October 23, so set your alarm to book your stay from October 27 – October 29. Remember, this is a once in a lifetime chance, which means the Dreamhouse will only be booked once. My Dreamhouse is the perfect place to be inspired and learn new things. I hope it will feel like your Dreamhouse, too,” reads the description on the Airbnb page.The experience does not end here. Even though you will not get to meet Barbie, you will have a meet-and-greet with celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin, who happens to be Bella Hadid’s hairstylist. You can also get a Barbie hair makeover there. A one-on-one fencing lesson with Ibtihaj Muhammad, a cooking session with Malibu chef Gina Clarke-Helm and a behind-the-scenes tour of Columbia Memorial Space Center with pilot and aerospace engineer Jill Meyers are also on the menu.ALSO READ: Protesters sing Baby Shark for a scared toddler in Lebanon. The video will make you go AWWALSO WATCH: Couple goes high on PDA on a bike on Delhi roads. Watch video
Every week, there are a half-dozen questionable targeting calls that lead to ejections in college football. We just saw another in the Ohio State vs. Nebraska contest.Early in the second quarter, with Ohio State leading 16-7, Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez attempted to find tight end Kurt Rafdal across the middle. Ohio State safety Jordan Fuller attempted to tackle Rafdal, leading with his shoulder. Rafdal didn’t make the catch and fell to the ground, right as Fuller hit him.Fuller wound up hitting Rafdal in the head/neck area. It was called targeting. The call was held up and Fuller was ejected.It certainly doesn’t look like Fuller was being malicious. But that’s the rule these days. Here’s the play:Ohio State’s Jordan Fuller was ejected for targeting. pic.twitter.com/cccZ7MKgzd— Dustin Schutte (@SchutteCFB) November 3, 2018Jordan Fuller gets ejected for confirmed targeting on Kurt Rafdal. In Fuller’s place, Brendon White enters at safety next to Shaun Wade. Tough play for Fuller with Rafal falling down during Adrian Martinez’s short pass on 1st-and-10 from Nebraska’s 11 but Ohio State buckles down. pic.twitter.com/BENkyNqQek— Garrett Stepien (@GarrettStepien) November 3, 2018Jordan Fuller has been ejected for targeting. #OSUvNEB pic.twitter.com/xQ02smkkrr— The Lantern (@TheLantern) November 3, 2018Ohio State, after a rough start, has scored 16 unanswered points and holds a 16-7 lead midway through the second quarter.
The first session of the 63rd general assembly will resume at 1 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 21, when the lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia will read the speech from the throne. -30-