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Rihanna 'mulling over list of 50 possible guest artists' for her Super Bowl LVII halftime show
Rihanna is  reportedly considering inviting a number of guest performers onstage at at the Super Bowl LVII halftime show on February 12, or if she'll go solo.The 34-year-old new mother and her creative team are mulling over a list of nearly 50 possible names to join her onstage at Arizona's State Farm Stadium for her 12 to 15-minute set - according to TMZ. Sources tell the publication that everyone's she has ever collaborated with is 'fair game' to appear onstage.The nine-time Grammy winner (born Robyn Fenty) has previously collaborated with the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Britney Spears, Coldplay, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, SZA, Bono, Jay-Z, Drake, and Nicki Minaj. Football's biggest night: Nine-time Grammy winner Rihanna is trying to figure out whether she'll invite guest artists to perform with her at the Super Bowl LVII halftime show on February 12, or if she'll go soloOn Monday night, the Fenty Beauty CEO was spotted heading inside a recording studio in Manhattan with her babydaddy, two-time Grammy nominee A$AP Rocky.Rihanna and the 33-year-old rapper (born Rakim Mayers) welcomed their first child - a son - on May 19, and they might be working on her long-delayed ninth studio album.
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Eurovision star Sam Ryder announces release date for debut album after ‘so many blessings’ in 2022
Eurovision runner-up Sam Ryder has announced that his debut album, There’s Nothing But Space, Man!, will be released this autumn.The British singer rose to fame after he came second behind Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, giving the UK its best result in more than 20 years.He achieved the success with his uplifting pop song Space Man and the track features on the new album, which is due to be released on November 18.‘This year for myself and our team has been one filled with so many blessings, opportunities and dreams coming to fruition,’ reflected Sam.‘To create a body of work throughout this time representing aspects of our journey feels like the highest honour and a beautiful way to redirect the flow of energy back to the people who are making this whirlwind possible – you.’He added: ‘Biggest thank yous, and I hope you enjoy it!’The 14-track offering will also include his single Somebody and his collaboration with David Guetta and Sigala, Living Without You.The singer has also announced a string of tour dates for 2023 which will see him play across the UK, including shows in London, Manchester, Belfast, Cardiff and Glasgow.When the world went into lockdown in March 2020, the Essex native began uploading covers to TikTok and caught the attention of global stars including Justin Bieber and Alicia Keys.He later signed to the Parlophone record label, part of Warner Music Group, and released his debut EP, The Sun’s Gonna Rise, in 2021.He was selected to compete for the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest by the BBC and global music management company TaP Music, which counts Lana Del Rey and Ellie Goulding among its clients.His performance at the competition in Turin, Italy, in May won over
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Woman, 25, dies after falling ill at Creamfields North festival
Creamfields North festival on Friday (August 26).The unnamed woman was taken to Warrington District General Hospital after police were called to the site in Cheshire at 10.15pm on the second night of the dance music festival.She died earlier today (August 30) in hospital. Her next of kin have been informed.Superintendent Sarah Heath, who led the policing operation for Creamfields 2022, said [via Sky News]: “The tragic death of a young woman is heart-breaking and our thoughts are with her family and friends at this difficult time.“An investigation into the cause of her death is underway, but at this stage there is nothing to suggest that there are any suspicious circumstances.”Approximately 70,000 people were expected to attend the event in Daresbury, near Warrington, over the bank holiday weekend, where acts including Calvin Harris, Fatboy Slim, David Guetta, Nina Kraviz, Bicep, Carl Cox, Becky Hill, Skream and Sub Focus were playing.The news comes after Cheshire Constabulary urged Creamfields ticketholders to leave any drugs or weapons in amnesty bins before they entered the site, warning festival-goers that anyone found to have taken prohibited items into the festival without disposing them risks “life-changing consequences”.Cheshire Police confirmed to Sky News that 39 people were arrested at Creamfields North.Additionally, 71 were spoken to in relation to the possession of illegal drugs and were ejected from the site.
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