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Allecha Boyd (pictured left) was last seen on August 10 as a passenger in a green Subaru travelling from Wagga Wagga in the NSW Riverina. On Tuesday, Anthony Shane Hagan (right and inset), 19, was charged with the murder of Ms Boyd, who is the cousin of Collingwood AFL star Will Hoskin-Elliot.Video of Hagan's dramatic arrest shows him surrendering to heavily armed police with his arms raised in the air.We're used to seeing celebrities preened to perfection, with glamorous gowns, voluminous blow-dries and, of course, immaculate makeup.But a new app reveals what some of the best known stars in showbiz might look like without the help of their glam squad.

An Iranian-born senator who describes himself as a non-practising Muslim has been ambushed and called a terrorist at a Melbourne bar. A family are in mourning after their young daughter drowned in the neighbour's pool attempting to chase her puppy through a hole in their fence.The app, called Make App, digitally 'removes' all trace of cosmetics from photographs, and it has been road-tested on some of the most flawless faces on the red carpet.Australian celebrities given a digital make-under by the app include Pauline Hanson, Nicole Kidman, Sophie Monk, Lisa Wilkinson, Roxy Jacenko and Rebecca Judd.Investigators are operating under the theory the 52-year-old was leaning over to pick up the bottle after dropping off her child, nine, inside the school gates.Ms Al-Shennag then accidentally pressed on the accelerator, sending the car launching off an object and flying into the 3T demountable building (inset).