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Mickey Gilley, whose Texas club inspired John Travolta-starrer 'Urban Cowboy', dies at 8
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As per 'Variety', the news of Gilley's death was confirmed by his management at 117 Entertainment Group. The musician had recently completed a road tour, performing in 10 shows through April. His representatives said in a statement accessed by 'Variety', "He passed peacefully with his family and close friends by his side."
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Britney takes 'little social media hiatus' after sharing 10-year music break
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Making use of Instagram, the 40-year-old wrote: "I'm going on a social media hiatus for a little while (phone emoji) !!!" alongside a video of a baby lounging in a chair with sunglasses, a robe and rollers in their hair. She continued, "I send my love and God bless you all !!!" adding some red heart and rose emojis, reports aceshowbiz.com.
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Papon, Shreya Ghoshal bring a trilingual love song 'Koi Nidiya Kiyaw'
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Papon says, "'Koi Nidiya Kiyaw' is a beautiful song rooted in three sweet languages. It's a tribute to those who speak Tiwa, Bodo and Assamese. This is a truly special song because through it I've reunited with Shreya Ghoshal. It's always such a joy to sing with her. I am assured that this song will convey the message of love."
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Selena Gomez warns body shamers not to 'B***H about' her weight
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Making use of her TikTok Story, the 29-year-old singer/actress shared a clip of her saying, "So I be trying to stay skinny, but I went to Jack in the Box and I got four tacos, three egg rolls, onion rings and a spicy chicken sandwich." She added that she doesn't judge herself for what she eats and wishes other people wouldn't either, reports aceshowbiz.com.
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Grammys 2022: 'Leave The Door Open' wins 'Song Of The Year'
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The song bagged the title of 'Song Of The Year' as it edged out 'Drivers License' (Olivia Rodrigo), 'Bad Habits' (Ed Sheeran), 'Happier Than Ever' (Billie Eilish), 'Peaches' (Justin Bieber), 'Call Me by Your Name' (Lil Nas X) and 'Kiss Me More' (Doja Cat). D'Mile, who served as the writer on last year's winner, 'I Can't Breathe', by H.E.R. has become the first person to win 'Song Of The Year' in consecutive years.
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Olivia Rodrigo walks away with Best Pop Vocal Album honour
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Earlier, Rodrigo also won the Grammy for Best New Artist. Rodrigo said in her acceptance speech, "When I was nine years old, I told my mom I was going to be an Olympic gymnast even though I could barely do a cartwheel and she thought I was joking." "So the next week when I told her I was going to win a Grammy, she was very supportive, even though I thought it was just a little kid pipe dream. I want to thank my mom for being supportive of all of my dreams, no matter how crazy," she further said in her speech.
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Badshah admits he suffered from depression, anxiety
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Bringing to the table his unfiltered personality in this episode, Badshah spilled his fitness secrets, broke some widely known fitness myths, and opened up about his severe anxiety disorder, clinical depression, and sleep apnea. Badshah admitted that he used to starve himself for his work just to look a certain way, found himself out of breath at performances, and unhappy for the most part. In this episode, Badshah spilled it all. He now lives by a simple motto - when it comes to protecting your mental peace, being selfish is the only key.
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Alan Walker to kick off Sunburn multi-city tour in April
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Multi-platinum record producer Alan Walker will be performing at the 15th edition of Sunburn film festival in a multi-city Arena showcase in April 2022. Sunburn Arena will be making a comeback post a hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic with a four-city tour. Walker will perform his electronic jam on April 14 at Mahalakshmi Racecourse, Mumbai, followed by Bhartiya City, Bengaluru, on April 15 and Hitex, Hyderabad, on April 16 to finally culminate on April 17 at Backyard, Gurugram.
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Beyonce in talks to perform in Oscars
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Organisers behind the big award event are pulling out all the stops to land an iconic performance from best original song nominee Beyonce, multiple sources close to the show told 'Variety'. While the superstar made nary an awards campaign stop over the past months in support of her track 'Be Alive', co-written with artist Dixson for the film 'King Richard'", Beyonce's camp has been in deep talks with producers to mount a satellite performance of the song.
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Charli XCX: The music industry is catching up with me
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Singer Charli XCX has released her fifth studio album, 'Crash', and the 29-year-old pop star finally feels her future-leaning music is a "tangible genre" not just loved by the "weird kids". Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, Charli said: "I'm on my fifth album in my five-album deal. I've arrived at this place where I'm incorporating all of the different things that I've done in the past into one body of work.
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