Celebrities were all the trend on social media this week

IT'S been a couple of weeks now since the celebrity nude photo hacking scandal broke and it is still going strong.

It seems every few days there is a new celebrity to speak out about the hacking.

Jennifer Lawrence is certainly owning it though and the topic has stayed around the top of Facebook's trend list.

>> Jennifer Lawrence: Leaking my photos was a sex crime

Then family of AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young announced that he has dementia and won't be returning to the band.

Many fans took to social media to express their grief at this news, flooding Facebook and Twitter with well wishes.

 

 

Then there was The Bachelor Australia.

After the season finale last Thursday night, news broke soon after that The Bachelor Blake Garvey and his chosen bachelorette Sam Frost, to whom he had proposed, had split.

>> 2.1 million tune in to The Bachelor's final decision

This was followed closely by rumours runner-up bachelorette, Lisa Hyde was pregnant with his baby. But Lisa soon quashed these with a message on Instagram.

 

 

"Wow what an incredible journey that was! Thank you everyone for all your love and support. I can confirm the rumor and I am definitely not pregnant with Blakes baby... Lol I wish Sam and Blake all the best in the next chapter of their lives," she said in the post.

And Sam took to Twitter to ask fans to stop asking for details on their break-up.

 

 

>> The Bachelor winner: Stop asking why we broke up

Then there was the interviews with 7PM Project host Carrie Bickmore after which Sam took to Instagram and Twitter again, to thank her fans and announce "it's time to move on…".

 

 

And now apparently Blake has found love with the show's second runner up Louise Pillidge.

>> Bachelor Blake finds love with Louise

So is this where The Bachelor ride ends? Who knows. Stay tuned to your newsfeeds...



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