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Jessica Mauboy released a new music video for her single, Selfish, on Wednesday. Turning the heat up! Selfish is a track taken from Jessica's 1 fourth studio album, Hilda. She shares a variety of raunchy moments with the good-looking male models, who appear to play her multiple love interests in the clip. Cuddling up to the hunks in the music video, Jessica is seen tracing their muscular abs with her finger as she belts out the cheeky track. Jessica serenades the men while singing lyrics such as, 'All night, lying in my bed daydreaming. Thinking 'bout your body next to mine' and 'I really need your lovin' tonight. Nobody else can make it alright'.
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Cardinal George Pell's last-chance appeal against his child sex abuse convictions opened in Australia's top court Wednesday, with his fate now in the hands of the country's most senior judges. The year-old, who is serving a six-year sentence for sexually assaulting two choirboys in the s, was not present for the two-day High Court hearing in Canberra, where his lawyers will mount a final bid to clear his name. But supporters gathered outside the High Court building, waving Australian flags and carrying signs that read "Cardinal Pell is innocent forever" and "keep the faith Cardinal Pell". In December , a jury found the former Vatican treasurer, who once helped elect popes, guilty on five counts of abusing the year-old choirboys at a Melbourne cathedral when he was archbishop of the city. He was sentenced in March and lost a first appeal in August, a decision that saw a three-judge panel split in a verdict.