She says that going public was a big mistake and that people don't sympathise with her. She explains that people tell her to buy something nice if she's ever sad, but it's not that easy.
She continues to say that she is sick of shopping and she is also struggling to find a boyfriend who's genuine, not just someone who is interested in her for the money.
Q) After hearing this, would you like to win the lottery?
Q) Do you sympathise with her?
Q) Do you think there should be an age restriction on the lottery? (She was 17 when she won)
Disney have announced that they'll no longer sponsor PewDiePie, who is the biggest YouTuber in the world. They say that this is because it's become known that his videos often include content which can be seen to support Hitler and the Nazis, as well as other anti-Semitic content in recent videos.
YouTube have also taken away some of his privileges and streams of revenue for the same reason.
PewDiePie's fans have attempted to make it clear that he's joking, as does PewDiePie himself, but YouTube and Disney can't associate themselves with anti-Semitism in any way.
Q) Do you think PewDiePie is purposely crossing the line, to see what happens?
Q) DO you thin YouTube and Disney were right to drop him?
Q) Do you think he's a white nationalist or just joking?
Source: BBC News
In news which is closer to home, the Six Nations has started and the atmosphere is just as passionate as always.
Q) Have you been watching it?
Q) What do you think of it so far?
Table (correct at the time of publication):
- England - 8
- Ireland - 6
- Wales - 5
- France - 5
- Scotland - 5
- Italy - 0
This week, many artists were awarded for their creations throughout the last year. While it's about celebration it also often comes with drama and gossip.
Q) Did you watch the Grammys?
- Record of the Year: Adele.
- Album of the Year: 25 by Adele.
- Song of the Year: Hello by Adele.
- Best New Artist: Chance The Rapper.
- Best Solo Performance: Hello by Adele.
- Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Stressed Out by Twenty One Pilots.
- Best Pop Vocal Album: 25 by Adele.
- Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Summertime, While Nelson Sings Gershwin by Willie Nelson.
Q) Who was your favourite artists in 2016?
Q) What songs stood out to you in 2016?
A new app called Peanuts has been released. It aims to help Mums makes friends who live in their area. It's very similar to Tinder and so you would swipe other Mums left and right until you get a match.
Co-founder Michelle Kennedy said that she was disappointed by the current services that promise to help Mums gain relationships, so she created Peanuts, which gives a small selection of personality traits, to help connect fellow Mums.
She hopes this new app will help Mums with parenthood and relationships throughout the early stages of parenthood.
Q) What do you think of this idea?
Q) If you could create an app that connection certain types of people, what people would you connect?
Source: BBC News
One of the most loved and reliable phones ever to be invented is being re-launched. This, of course, is the Nokia 3310. It was first released in 2000 but people's love, demand and feeling of nostalgia has persuaded Nokia that it must be re-released.
While people will still use their current smartphone as a main phone, Nokia expect people to buy the 3310 as a reliable second phone for emergencies and, of course, to play some classic games. The price of the new 3310 will be £50.
Q) Do you like the 3310?
Q) Will you buy one?
Nokia are also bringing out a phone this year which is the complete opposite. It's a smartphone with unbelievable specs, such as: 5.3-inch screen, 5GB RAM, 4K display, 128-256GB storage, 22MP camera, etc.
Q) Should Nokia focus on re-mastering classic phones or should they focus on moving with the times with new smartphones?