By James Humphrey
26.05.2023 - 23:53 / msn.com
Harry’s House, that doesn’t mean he can’t make a little time for a round of golf as well. While in town for two shows in Edinburgh, Scotland this weekend, Styles took some time out to play a round at the iconic St. Andrews golf course.
Given that it’s a public course, it didn’t take much for fans to realize their favorite singer was playing. Soon enough, the scene rivaled what you’d expect to see during The Open Championship, not a random round. That’s quite the crowd to watch an amateur play some golf.
The pressure would be pretty immense for most people to play well. Then again, Styles is pretty used to large crowds watching his every move, so maybe he was able to block it all out. “Why were there so many fans there? Was this advertised? How did they know he was there? Can’t the man have a casual day of golf without people screaming at him?” asked one Twitter user.
“Let the poor man golf in peace omfg,” tweeted another. “Thank god for those fences,” said another. We’ll have to keep an eye out for Styles if he’s playing a show near Augusta National anytime soon.
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By James Humphrey
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Black Mirror season six – check it out above.Charlie Brooker’s dystopian sci-fi anthology series returns with five new episodes on June 15, which are described as the “most unpredictable, unclassifiable and unexpected yet”.As shown in the trailer, one episode titled Joan Is Awful breaks the fourth wall on Netflix itself, as a woman (Anna Murphy) discovers she’s become the subject of a prestige TV drama adaptation where she’s played by Salma Hayek Pinault. Other cast members in the episode include Ben Barnes, Himesh Patel, Michael Cera and Rob Delaney.The second episode, Loch Henry, follows a young couple who “travel to a sleepy Scottish town to start work on a genteel nature documentary” only to find “themselves drawn to a juicy local story involving shocking events of the past”.
officially has a premiere date!After teasing a summer return, the Netflix anthology series will launch its anticipated sixth season Thursday, June 15, it was announced Wednesday. The official two-minute trailer, as well as the episode titles, loglines and cast members were revealed as part of the announcement.In the upcoming five-episode season, from creator Charlie Brooker, tells viewers to «expect the unexpected» as the series will be «the most unpredictable, unclassifiable and unexpected yet.»The trailer offers intriguing teases for each of the five installments, opening first with «Joan Is Awful,» which revolves around a Netflix copycat called Streamberry that debuts a new TV show about an average woman's (Annie Murphy) life — and Salma Hayek is the one playing her. She only discovers it when she opens the streaming service and stumbles across the show.The second episode, «Loch Henry,» centers around a couple who get caught up investigating a sleepy Scottish town's skeletons.
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While it's nothing new, and we're certainly not complaining, Harry Styles' name is inescapable right now.
Very few of us need reminding of how the Prince and Princess of Wales' legendary love story started at the University of St Andrews in Scotland soon after the pair both enrolled in 2001. In the 12 years since the couple married, they have become the most popular members of the Royal Family who advocate for key causes such as mental health, homelessness and early childhood. The relatable way the pair behave in public continues to win them fans - and it appears that this normalcy extends into their life away from the cameras with their three children.
arrested during Scotland Yard’s sex crime investigation Operation Yewtree, he was made an officer of the Order of Australia. “I arrived in the UK on a boat in 1952 at the age of 22, with nothing but a load of self confidence,” he wrote in his 2001 autobiography, Can You Tell What It Is Yet?“As a musician, singer and songwriter, I have had No 1 hits and taken pop festivals by storm; as a television presenter, I have been awarded the MBE and voted TV personality of the year; and as an artist I have had pictures exhibited by the Royal Academy. People who are now parents and grandparents grew up watching me on TV singing Jake the Peg, doing vast drawings with a fat felt-tip pen, blowing the didgeridoo and wobbling a piece of hardboard.
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