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Editor’s Pick: Demi Lovato at The Anthem
Holy Fvck, feels like a much more significant about-face than what we have seen before from the queer- and nonbinary-identifying artist — sounding much more like the reinvention they promised on last year’s Dancing with the Devil… the Art of Starting Over.Billed as a return to the pop-punk roots of her 2008 debut, Holy Fvck comes across as a late-aughts throwback, shedding much of Lovato’s pop polish and bringing plenty of grit and snarl to the surface.Lovato’s vocals are a mix of simultaneous ecstasy and anger, belting out defiant, dramatic lyrics. The soaring “29,” an absolute standout, finds Lovato recounting the growing up she’s done since she was 17, singing in a voice dripping with scorn — while at the same time conveying the lucid recognition that sometimes we become stronger in spite of the hard times we go through, rather than because of them.Lovato fires off one blast of fierce pop-punk after another and almost doesn’t let up. It is easy to get swept up in at first, and the stronger tracks keep it interesting, but having the volume constantly turned up to 11 begins to drag down the album.It’s likely that won’t be the case in a live setting, which is a fitting environment for Lovato’s songs with screamy energy in particular.Lovato launched her Holy Fvck Fall Tour in Brazil at the end of August, shortly after her 30th birthday, and she’ll make her way to D.C.
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Boxing champ Oleksandr Usyk seen cheering on Ukraine during draw with Scotland
Boxing world champion Oleksandr Usyk was seen cheering on Ukraine during their draw with Scotland on Tuesday night.Usyk was pictured in the crowd at the Cracovia Stadium in Krakow before and during the match as his nation closed out their Nations League campaign with a goalless draw in Poland. The match had been moved from Ukraine due to the ongoing conflict with Russia back in Usyk's home nation following the invasion earlier this year.The heavyweight title holder could be seen signing the national anthem and holding his country's flag prior to kick-off before taking in the action from his seat.READ MORE: Tyson Fury says he wants to 'strangle the life' out of Oleksandr Usyk in savage videoTuesday night's result means that Ukraine finished second in their group, two points behind Scotland, who have been promoted to League A.Usyk is an avid football fan and even signed a short-term deal with second tier Ukrainian side FC Polissya at the start of this year, before making his professional debut for the club in February.He has since returned to the ring after defending his country from invading Russian troops in the aftermath of the invasion, winning his rematch with Anthony Joshua last month.Who should Oleksandr Usyk's next opponent be? Let us know in the comments section belowUsyk successfully defended his WBA, IBO, WBO and IBF belts with a split decision victory in Saudi Arabia to move to 20-0 as a professional.The Cat has since hinted at retirement, though, but plans to fight both Tyson Fury and Canelo Alvarez before hanging up his gloves."I can have three more fights at the very most," he explained, via The Sun.
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte will attend funeral for great-grandmother the Queen
Prince George and Princess Charlotte will attend the Queen’s state funeral, the order of service has revealed.Kate Middleton and Prince William will be joined by George, nine, and Charlotte, seven, as well as 2,000 people in Westminster Abbey tomorrow (September 19).The Prince and Princess of Wales’ children will join their mother and father to personally pay their respects to their late great-grandmother.READ MORE: Harry and Meghan 'learned they weren't invited to King's state reception in the press’George has accompanied his parents to numerous engagements over the last year, with Charlotte and younger brother Prince Louis making appearances during the Queen’s jubilee.The young royals will walk through the gothic church with the Royal Family, in procession behind the Queen’s coffin as it is carried by the military bearer party.Their grandfather King Charles with the Queen Consort will process immediately behind the coffin, followed by the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, then the Duke of York, followed by the Earl and Countess of Wessex, and then the Prince and Princess of Wales.George and Charlotte, who called the Queen “Gan Gan”, will be together, behind their parents, walking side-by-side in formation, followed by their uncle and aunt the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and other members of the royal family.The second and third in line to the throne are also expected to be at the committal service in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle afterwards.The prince and princess’ four-year-old brother Louis is not set to be there.
Queen's memorial service leaves viewers in tears as new national anthem 'hits home' -
Queen's memorial service leaves viewers in tears as new national anthem 'hits home'
Queen Elizabeth II has left viewers emotional as mourners sang the new national anthem for the first time.Her Majesty passed away on Thursday (September 8), Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement.It read: said: "The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.READ MORE: King Charles III, 73, makes heartbreaking first statement following Queen's death"The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."HRH reigned over the United Kingdom since 1952 and is the country’s longest-serving monarch.Tributes have since been paid to the monarch from across the world.At a special memorial service held on Friday (September 9), mourners gathered at St.Paul’s Cathedral to pay tribute to the life and legacy of the iconic royal.2,000 members of the public attended the 6pm service after securing a limited selection of wristbands, along with Prime Minister Liz Truss.Millions of others tuned in to a live broadcast of the service that touched the hearts of many.During the service, Dame Sarah Mullally outlined the Queen’s dedication to her beliefs and to the nations she so diligently served, while a selection of bible readings and hymns were sung to mark her passing.It was the closure of the memorial that resonated the most with viewers, as the national anthem was sung for the first time as God Save The King.Several of the assembled members of the public at the service could be seen to appear emotional during the televised broadcast, while countless others took to social media to share their feelings at such a historic moment.One wrote: "Just heard our new national anthem for the first time. Really hits home that our beloved Queen has passed on.