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McDonald's launches new menu with seven new items as popular burger returns - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Australia - Britain
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
16.04.2024 / 15:53

McDonald's launches new menu with seven new items as popular burger returns

McDonald's is set to launch a new menu on Wednesday (April 17), featuring a twist on the classic Big Mac. The fast food giant will introduce the changes tomorrow, bringing back some old favourites and introducing exciting new options.

TikTok Teams With AXS to Let Artists, Venues and Festivals Sell Concert Tickets in the App - variety.com - Australia - Mexico - Sweden - Ireland - Canada - city Bandsintown
variety.com
16.04.2024 / 13:11

TikTok Teams With AXS to Let Artists, Venues and Festivals Sell Concert Tickets in the App

Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor TikTok inked a partnership with ticketing provider AXS to let users of the popular video app discover and buy tickets to live events. The feature is going live initially in the U.S., U.K., Sweden and Australia, with additional markets to follow at an undetermined date. Now, any certified artist on TikTok can use the in-app ticketing feature to promote their AXS live dates, according to the company.

Viewers all say the same thing as Belfast drama Blue Lights returns to BBC One - www.ok.co.uk - Ireland - city Belfast
ok.co.uk
15.04.2024 / 22:25

Viewers all say the same thing as Belfast drama Blue Lights returns to BBC One

The police drama based in Northern Ireland returned for a second series on Monday 15 April and it was a firm hit with viewers. Blue Lights, which is set in Belfast, follows the lives of three probationary police officers, Grace Ellis (Siân Brooke), Annie Conlon (Katherine Devlin) and Tommy Foster (Nathan Braniff).The show returned and picked up a year on from the first series which aired in March 2023 - and for the rookies, there’s still crime to fight in Belfast. However, the devastating death of fellow officer Gerry Cliff (Richard Dormer) that happened at the end of series one, continued to affect the team.

Will Smith joins J Balvin for perfomance of ‘Men In Black’ theme song at Coachella 2024 - www.nme.com - Spain - Colombia
nme.com
15.04.2024 / 05:47

Will Smith joins J Balvin for perfomance of ‘Men In Black’ theme song at Coachella 2024

J Balvin has brought out Will Smith for a cover of the Men In Black theme song during this year’s edition of Coachella.The Colombian singer took over the festival’s main stage performing an extraordinary set. The theme for Balvin’s Spanish show was all things aliens with a giant UFO hanging above the stage.Towards the end of Balvin’s set, Smith rose from a platform dressed as his character from the 1997 film.

Chris Hemsworth returns to the Aboriginal community he grew up in; ‘Some of my happiest memories’ - us.hola.com - Australia - Spain - Las Vegas - Taylor
us.hola.com
11.04.2024 / 19:17

Chris Hemsworth returns to the Aboriginal community he grew up in; ‘Some of my happiest memories’

Chris Hemsworth had a trip with his family that he’ll remember forever. In a new Instagram post, Hemsworth shared some photos of his visit to Australia’s Northern Territory, a land where he grew up in, that hosts some of his fondest memories.Matt Damon gets a tattoo while Chris Hemsworth holds his handChris Hemsworth shows off his Spanish with Anya Taylor-Joy for ‘Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga’A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth)The photos show Hemsworth and his father, Craig, looking joyful and surrounded by the people of Gulin Gulin, a small town in Australia where Hemsworth grew up in.

‘The Night Manager’ Returns With Supercharged Double-Season Order At BBC & Amazon; Tom Hiddleston Back To Star With Hugh Laurie As EP - deadline.com - Britain - Spain - Beyond
deadline.com
11.04.2024 / 14:43

‘The Night Manager’ Returns With Supercharged Double-Season Order At BBC & Amazon; Tom Hiddleston Back To Star With Hugh Laurie As EP

EXCLUSIVE: One year ago we told you that a second season of John le Carré adaptation The Night Manager was quietly being developed under the codename Steelworks.

Manchester cinemas to screen Eurovision 2024 final - here’s how to watch it - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Sweden - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
09.04.2024 / 12:51

Manchester cinemas to screen Eurovision 2024 final - here’s how to watch it

Eurovision 2024 fever is in full swing and we’re now just weeks away from the main event in Sweden.

France’s M6 to Remake Turkish Crime Drama ‘Persona,’ Clementine Celarie to Star, Original Show Returns for Second Season, Beta Selling - variety.com - France - Paris - Canada - Germany - Japan - Turkey
variety.com
08.04.2024 / 06:13

France’s M6 to Remake Turkish Crime Drama ‘Persona,’ Clementine Celarie to Star, Original Show Returns for Second Season, Beta Selling

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor French broadcaster M6 has greenlit a French-language adaptation of Turkish crime drama “Persona,” to be titled “Mémoire Vive.” Instead of a male protagonist, as in the Turkish version, it will have a female main character, Esther Lefevre, to be played by Clementine Celarie, whose credits include “Six Women,” “Betty Blue” and “Two Is a Family.” “Mémoire Vive,” which will comprise four hour-long episodes, is being produced by Calt Studio. It is written by Laurent Burtin (“Astrid: Murder in Paris”), Anne-Gaëlle Daval (“Ladies”) and Hélène Lombard (“Call My Agent!”).

ABBA share rare statement to mark 50 years since Eurovision Song Contest win - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - London - Sweden - city Stockholm - Berlin - city Brighton - city Warsaw
dailyrecord.co.uk
07.04.2024 / 17:45

ABBA share rare statement to mark 50 years since Eurovision Song Contest win

ABBA has issued a rare message to their fans as they mark the 50th anniversary of their Eurovision Song Contest win.

ABBA celebrate 50th anniversary of Eurovision win with ‘Waterloo’ - www.nme.com - London - Sweden - city Stockholm - Berlin - city Warsaw
nme.com
06.04.2024 / 12:05

ABBA celebrate 50th anniversary of Eurovision win with ‘Waterloo’

ABBA have marked the 50th anniversary of their Eurovision win with ‘Waterloo’ in a new statement today (April 6).50 years ago today, the Swedish icons, made up of Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid “Frida” Lyngstad, won Eurovision after performing in the final of the competition at the Brighton Dome. In 2005, the track was chosen as the best song in Eurovision’s history as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the contest.In a new statement marking the historic occasion, the band said: “It’s slightly dizzying and deeply humbling to think that millions of you who saw us for the first time in the Eurovision final 1974 have passed our music on not only to one generation, but to several.“We see evidence of that every time one of us visits ABBA Voyage in London and it’s because of this we can celebrate the 50th Anniversary of that event in the knowledge that our songs still resonate around the world.”To further mark the occasion, Andersson has recorded a short piano piece called the ‘Piano Moment’ that will be experienced as if he were at the competition and playing live.

Michelle Keegan looks unrecognisable as she returns to major TV role - www.ok.co.uk - Australia - Britain
ok.co.uk
05.04.2024 / 17:21

Michelle Keegan looks unrecognisable as she returns to major TV role

Fool Me Once star Michelle Keegan is back to work in Australia, with the BBC sharing a behind-the-scenes picture of her on the set of Ten Pound Poms.The series stars Michelle as Kate Thorne, a British woman who departs post-war Britain for Australia, having been promised a better quality of life for just £10. In the sneak-peek at series two, Michelle looks completely different, dressed in 1950s attire in a stripey top and linen blue bottoms.

Kyle MacLachlan on the ‘Magic Ride’ of Making ‘Fallout,’ Bonding With Timothée Chalamet Over ‘Dune’ and Those Viral TikToks - variety.com - France - London - county Geneva - county Robertson
variety.com
05.04.2024 / 10:15

Kyle MacLachlan on the ‘Magic Ride’ of Making ‘Fallout,’ Bonding With Timothée Chalamet Over ‘Dune’ and Those Viral TikToks

K.J. Yossman With iconic roles in “Twin Peaks,” “Sex and the City” and the original “Dune,” over a 40-year career Kyle MacLachlan has established himself as both a chameleon and an on-screen legend. So it’s no surprise that in the same week he’s launching his latest project – Prime Video’s adaptation of blockbuster video game franchise “Fallout” – he’s also the recipient of the Canal+ Icon award at Canneseries in France, where he’s giving a masterclass about his storied career.

The Hives pay tribute to 50th anniversary of ABBA winning Eurovision while playing same venue - www.nme.com - Britain - Sweden
nme.com
04.04.2024 / 18:05

The Hives pay tribute to 50th anniversary of ABBA winning Eurovision while playing same venue

The Hives have paid tribute to the 50th anniversary of ABBA winning Eurovision while playing at the Brighton Dome.Last night (April 3), the Swedish Rock band took the stage at the Brighton Dome in the UK as part of their ongoing ‘The Death of Randy Fitzsimmons’ tour. Before commencing the third track of the night, frontman Pelle Almqvist took the time to explain why it was an iconic night.“About 50 years and a day ago, ABBA from Sweden won the Eurovision Song Contest in this very room.

Eurovision winner Loreen and Jessie J to headline Manchester Pride 2024 - www.nme.com - Britain - Sweden - Manchester
nme.com
04.04.2024 / 09:17

Eurovision winner Loreen and Jessie J to headline Manchester Pride 2024

Jessie J and Loreen set to headline two of the four nights.This year’s edition of Manchester Pride will span across four days – running between August 23 and 26. Now, it has been confirmed that BRIT Award nominee Jessie J and two-time Eurovision winner Loreen have been lined up as headliners.Loreen took the Eurovision crown home at last year’s Song Contest, representing Sweden with her song ‘Tattoo’.

Conan O’Brien Returns To ‘The Tonight Show’ As A Guest, 14 Years After Exit - deadline.com - Ireland - Norway - Thailand - Argentina - county Benson
deadline.com
04.04.2024 / 00:23

Conan O’Brien Returns To ‘The Tonight Show’ As A Guest, 14 Years After Exit

Conan O’Brien is set to make his first appearance as a guest on The Tonight Show since his unceremonious departure.

UK’s Eurovision Entry Olly Alexander Rejects Call To Boycott Contest Over Israel-Gaza Conflict - deadline.com - Britain - Sweden - Israel - Palestine
deadline.com
30.03.2024 / 09:57

UK’s Eurovision Entry Olly Alexander Rejects Call To Boycott Contest Over Israel-Gaza Conflict

This year’s UK Eurovision entry has rejected calls for him to boycott this year’s Song Contest in protest at Israel being included in the competition.

No, you’re not just getting old — song lyrics really are getting worse, according to new research - nypost.com - Britain - Sweden
nypost.com
30.03.2024 / 01:47

No, you’re not just getting old — song lyrics really are getting worse, according to new research

The Weeknd up for a Nobel Prize for literature.A new study showing a steep decline in songwriting skills over the last 40 years used folk crooner Bob Dylan’s award from the sainted Swedish institution of an example of how much music has changed. To draw their conclusions, a team of researchers from Europe pored over the words to roughly 12,000 songs in English across a variety of genres from rap to rock to R&B, written between 1980 and 2020, The Guardian reported.Their findings were exactly as anyone over the age of 40 might have suspected — lyrics have become simpler, more repetitive, angrier and more self-obsessed.“What we have also been witnessing in the last 40 years is a drastic change in the music landscape — from how music is sold to how music is produced,” said senior study author Eva Zangerle, recommendations systems expert at the University of Innsbruck.The study declined to name and shame any newer artists, but instead spoke of how lyrics can be a “mirror of society,” reflecting a culture’s shifting values and preoccupations.The study, published in Scientific Reports, concentrated on emotions expressed, repetitiveness and word choice, particularly to see how often difficult or unusual words were used.

Love Island's Maura Higgins 'throws shade' at ex in hilarious TikTok - www.ok.co.uk - London - USA - Hollywood - Ireland
ok.co.uk
29.03.2024 / 21:05

Love Island's Maura Higgins 'throws shade' at ex in hilarious TikTok

Maura Higgins appears to have confirmed that she is single in a hilarious new TikTok about people 'f*****g off', just days after her alleged split from Hollywood stunt double Bobby Holland Hanton was revealed.The Love Island star took to video-sharing platform TikTok to seemingly make a dig at her ex, beaming as she mimed to a sound which said: "Fact number 7, some people are like clouds, when they f*** off, it's a beautiful day". Posting the video, the brunette beauty captioned 'Exactly!!!'. After a 10-month romance with Bobby, who has been Chris Hemsworth's stunt double, the 33-year-old reality star is said to have ended things after realising there was not a future for the pair.

Olly Alexander Explains Why He's Not Withdrawing from Eurovision, Despite Calls for Boycott - www.justjared.com - Britain - Israel - Palestine
justjared.com
29.03.2024 / 19:55

Olly Alexander Explains Why He's Not Withdrawing from Eurovision, Despite Calls for Boycott

Olly Alexander is responding to calls for him to boycott the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest, but he says he will not be withdrawing from the competition.

Olly Alexander confirms he will not boycott Eurovision: “It wouldn’t bring us any closer to our shared goal” - www.nme.com - Britain - Israel - Palestine
nme.com
29.03.2024 / 15:39

Olly Alexander confirms he will not boycott Eurovision: “It wouldn’t bring us any closer to our shared goal”

Olly Alexander has confirmed that he will not boycott this year’s Eurovision, despite Israel’s inclusion, saying “it wouldn’t bring us any closer to our shared goal”.The UK’s entry in this year’s competition has faced calls to withdraw in solidarity with Palestine, but it appears that will not be happening.In a personal statement posted on his social media accounts, he said: “I wholeheartedly support action being taken to demand an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza, the return of all hostages and the safety and security of all civilians in Palestine and Israel.“I know some people will choose to boycott this year’s Eurovision and I understand and respect their decision.”Queers for Palestine sent me their letter asking me to withdraw from the ESC earlier this week and I responded to them directly, I’m sharing my response here alongside this mornings collective artist statement

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