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Barack Obama - The Impressions star Sam Gooden dies aged 87 as tributes flood in for late artist - - USA - county Arthur - county Butler - county Brooks
The Impressions star Sam Gooden dies aged 87 as tributes flood in for late artist
READ MORE: Ellen DeGeneres admits to having 'no recollection' of first meeting with Meghan MarkleThe Impressions formed in the 1950s after Gooden and brothers Richard and Arthur Brooks met Curtis Mayfield and Jerry Butler in Chicago.Gooden sang lead baritone vocals on the group’s first hit single, 1958 ballad For Your Precious Love, which reached number 11 on the US pop charts and number three on the R&B charts.The Impressions remained a top group in the 1960s, known for their gospel-styled harmonies and socially conscious songs.Mayfield helped write many of their hits, including the widely covered People Get Ready, along with Gypsy Woman, Keep on Pushing, It’s All Right and We’re A Winner.Their classic People Get Ready was touted as the unofficial anthem of the Civil Rights movement, and was later inducted into both the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry as well as the Grammy Hall of Fame.The band were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1991.The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tweeted in tribute: ‘Remembering Sam Gooden of 1991 Inductees The Impressions, whose music effortlessly bridged R&B with the sound of the civil rights movement.‘As an original member, Gooden’s uplifting voice was an essential component of The Impressions’ unique vocal blend.Mayfield left the group in 1970 for a solo career, although he continued to write and help produce for The Impressions.Gooden and fellow Chattanoogan Fred Cash continued to sing as The Impressions along with other lead singers, including Leroy Hutson. They toured until 2018.Decades later, Gooden was invited to the White House to meet then-President Barack Obama.
Joey Essex - Is Essex - Gemma Collin - Inside Ferne McCann's glam Essex mansion – £10k hot tub, naked photo to walk-in wardrobe - - Britain - USA - India - county Arthur - county Collin
Inside Ferne McCann's glam Essex mansion – £10k hot tub, naked photo to walk-in wardrobe
The Only Way Is Essex back in 2013.And even though Ferne McCann only starred on the show for three years, she certainly left a lasting impression on viewers at home.Loyal fans of the show will remember the golden moment when the TV star lock horns with Gemma Collins in an epic cat fight as they bickered over which blonde bombshell “earned their divaship” on the show.READ MORE: Joey Essex screams as he eats 'British delicacies' including ox tongue on staycationSince she left the show in 2016, the telly favourite has gone on to welcome her four-year-old daughter Sunday with her convicted criminal ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins.But the mum-of-one soon found love again after she recently announced her engagement to long-term boyfriend Lorri Hanes at the beginning of the month.She has since created a forever home with her wide-eyed daughter at a gorgeous Essex farmhouse which she bought back in 2019.As she prepares to celebrate her 32nd birthday with a bang, Daily Star have taken a look inside her sprawling mansion.Starting at the heart of any home, her sleek kitchen boasts crisp black cupboards, paired with sparkling white counter tops and an American style two-door fridge.The spacious room also features a chic island in the centre of the room for extra preparation space which also serves as a kitchen table with two leather bar stools neatly tucked underneath.Sticking with the monochrome style of the room, Ferne accessorised the room with a cute porcelain balloon dog which perched on top of a popular Indian cookbook titled Dishoom.But to bring a bit of life back to the stylish kitchen, the TV star anchored a bright pink neon sign onto the wall which read ‘Let’s stay home’.Overlooking her sink, the gorgeous open-planned kitchen
Gethin Jones - Kimberley Walsh - Tess Daly - Vernon Kay - Alan Menken - Pat Carroll - Voice - Pat Carroll dead: Emmy winner and voice of Ursula in The Little Mermaid dies at 95 - express - county Arthur - county Collin
Pat Carroll dead: Emmy winner and voice of Ursula in The Little Mermaid dies at 95
Vernon Kay shares loved up holiday snap with Tess Daly[LATEST]Kimberley Walsh on why she avoids eye contact with Gethin Jones[EXCLUSIVE]Britney Spears goes topless as she puts on sultry display[PICTURES]She also played one of the wicked stepsisters in the 1965 television production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella with Lesley Ann Warren.The performer went on to win a Grammy award in 1980 for the recording of her one woman show Gertrude Stein.Her most memorable role to date thanks to Disney's The Little Mermaid, which came out in 1989.She was not the first choice of directors Ron Clements and John Musker or the musical team of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, who reportedly wanted Joan Collins or Bea Arthur to voice the sea witch.Ms Carroll often said playing Ursula was one of her favourite roles to date.She said she saw her as an "Ex-Shakespearean actress who now sold cars"."She's a mean old thing! I think people are fascinated by mean characters," the voiceover star said in an interview."There's a fatal kind of distraction about the horrible mean characters of the world because we don't meet too many of them in real life.So when we have a chance, theatrically, to see one and this one, she's a biggie, it's kind of fascinating for us."She got the chance to reprise the role in several Little Mermaid sequels, spinoffs and even theme park rides.
Surgeon successfully separates conjoined twins with fused brains after 27-hour operation - - Britain - Brazil - London - county Arthur - city Rio De Janeiro
Surgeon successfully separates conjoined twins with fused brains after 27-hour operation
Bernardo and Arthur Lima, from Brazil, were conjoined at the head and underwent several operations in Rio de Janeiro before travelling over to London for the life-changing surgery.British neurosurgeons at Great Ormond Street Hospital successfully separated the two, who had a fused brain, with paediatric surgeon Noor ul Owase Jeelani performing a surgery that accumulated 27 hours in total.READ MORE: Deadliest hot air balloon disaster killed 16 after 'depressed' pilot hit overhead cablesThrough the assistance of 100 members of medical staff, one of the most complex medical procedures ever completed, according to charity Gemini Untwined which funded the operation.Surgeons had spent months preparing for the operation using virtual reality based on CT and MRI scans of Bernardo and Arthur, which Dr Jeelani described as "space-age stuff".The surgeons in London and Rio de Janeiro worked together with VR headsets so they could "be in the same room as each other" despite being 6,000 miles apart.Dr Jeelani said: "It’s just wonderful, it’s really great to see the anatomy and do the surgery before you actually put the children at any risk."You can imagine how reassuring that is for the surgeons. In some ways these operations are considered the hardest of our time, and to do it in virtual reality was just really man-on-Mars stuff."Dr Jeelani led the procedure alongside Dr Gabriel Mufarrej, the head of paediatric surgery at the Instituto Estadual do Cerebro Paulo Niemeyer in Brazil.
Marilyn Monroe - Marilyn Monroe heartbreak after admitting Arthur Miller marriage 'first time I'm in love' - express - China - USA - New York - county Miller - county Arthur - city Salem
Marilyn Monroe heartbreak after admitting Arthur Miller marriage 'first time I'm in love'
Miller confided in her that he was deeply unhappy in his marriage, and told her to expect his return.It would take four years before the pair would be reunited when Monroe moved to New York City to study. Between their meetings Monroe had gotten married and divorced from second husband Joe DiMaggio, but Miller was still married.This did not stop the duo from embarking on an affair although they did attempt secrecy in the beginning before Monroe’s career skyrocketed which saw the press paying closer attention to her. In 1956, the reluctant Miller embarked on the process of getting a divorce and submitted a passport application so that he could join Monroe who was due to film in England. Instead of receiving a passport, Miller was brought to the House of Un-American Activities Committee to testify about his ties to communism. While he was not a member of the Communist Party, he had gone to affiliated meetings in the Forties. Miller was also the author of the highly controversial play The Crucible released in 1953, which used theatrical symbolism to compare the search for Communists in America to the Salem Witch Trials.All of this negative publicity was seen as potential career suicide for Monroe who was just starting to gain proper traction. She was advised to distance herself from him but remained loyal, swaying her adoring public in Miller’s favour as well.The pair got married in 1956 and swiftly headed to England once Miller got his passport, and Monroe was quoted as saying: "This is the first time I’ve been really in love."However, this euphoria would not last for the starlett as she found notes Miller had written concerning her and their marriage, explaining his disappointment and second guessing. This proved not