TV diva Sarah Jessica Parker and her jealous co-star Kim Cattrall have been at each other’s throats for years.
The creatures were discovered in November, however it took until today for scientists to correctly classify the snake's genus - confirming it is a rare creature which has only been spotted sporadically since first spotted in 1968.
Biologist Julian Tupan, who works for Santo Antonio Energy - the company which constructed the dam - said: 'Of the six we collected, one died, three were released back into the wild and another two were kept for studies.
These two actors and many others like them have almost all the awards in the world on their shelves, but not an Oscar, and everything looks incomplete without an Academy recognition. On the contrary, some celebrities won an Oscar and then disappeared from Hollywood as if it never mattered to them.
We at Witty Feed have compiled the list of 10 such instances where different celebrities won an Oscar and then disappeared (performance wise) as if they left Hollywood.
With her films like 'Blind Date', 'My Stepmother Is an Alien', Kim Basigner became a sex symbol of the industry.
Nobody talked about her acting style until 1998, when she performed beautifully in 'L. Confidential' for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress in a supporting role.
After getting nominated in 1984 for 'Silkwood', Cher had to wait almost four years to win the nomination again in the year 1988 for her film 'Moonstruck', and this time she came out as the winner but little did she know that it would be her last nomination and the only Oscar winning performance.
Roberto's film, 'Life is Beautiful' has left a tremendous impact on its viewer's mind.
As a father, Roberto uses humour in the film to protect his little children from the horror of the Holocaust.
Roberto won two Oscars for the movie but failed to keep that image of Oscar winning performance alive.
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