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Six arrested over Banksy artwork stolen from Paris concert hall

Six arrested over Banksy artwork stolen from Paris concert hall

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Six people have been arrested over the theft of a Banksy artwork from the Bataclan concert hall in Paris.The mural by the British street artist was found at a farmhouse in central Italy earlier this month - nearly 18 months after it was taken. A judicial source said two of those arrested were under formal investigation on suspicion of theft, while the other four were suspected of concealing theft. Image: Banky's latest artwork, which was inspired by the killing of George Floyd Thieves are believed to have used portable grinders to remove the fire-exit door on which the mural was painted.Italian media reported that they then used a van to transport the artwork, which shows a veiled female figure staring mournfully downwards. ...
Robbie Williams reunites with Take That for virtual concert

Robbie Williams reunites with Take That for virtual concert

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Take That fans will be hoping he's back for good after Robbie Williams reunited with the band for a virtual charity concert.Williams, who famously left the group in 1995, joined Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald as they each performed from their own homes during the coronavirus lockdown. Take That - without Jason Orange who left the band in 2014 - opened with singles Greatest Day and Shine, before being joined by Williams for the rest of the set, which included Back For Good, The Flood, Pray and Never Forget for their rousing finale. Image: Mark Owen (L) Gary Barlow (C) and Howard Donald (R) kicked off the concert. Pic: Youtube/ Comparethemeerkat Image: Each band member performed i...
Star-studded concert raises money – and spirits – during lockdown

Star-studded concert raises money – and spirits – during lockdown

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Beyonce, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift and The Rolling Stones are among a host of famous faces who have taken part in a virtual concert to celebrate healthcare workers. More than 100 artists performed songs in the benefit concert organised by singer Lady Gaga, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the non-profit group Global Citizen. The One World: Together At Home event, which was live-streamed online and broadcast on TV, is the biggest celebrity effort to entertain millions of people in lockdown because of COVID-19. Image: Lady Gaga helped organise the star-studded concert The event brought famous faces in music, sport and other areas together - including Stevie Wonder, Elton John, David and Victoria Beckham and former first ladies ...
A parent’s guide to the One World concert acts

A parent’s guide to the One World concert acts

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Anti-poverty charity Global Citizen will this weekend host its One World: Together At Home concert, organised by musician Lady Gaga.It's set to be a huge international event, with more than 100 musicians and entertainers broadcasting performances and discussions with health experts across the world from their own homes. Image: Lizzo on stage at the Brits 2020 But with so many stars on show, you'd be forgiven for not being across the music of every single one...So, if you want to bring your celebrity-spotting A-game - especially if your'e planning to watch the show with teenagers - here are some of the artists you should keep your eye on.Billie Eilish [embedded content] At just 18-years-...
Lady Gaga, Ellen DeGeneres join lineup for Sunday’s Living Room Concert

Lady Gaga, Ellen DeGeneres join lineup for Sunday’s Living Room Concert

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March 29 (UPI) -- Lady Gaga, Ellen DeGeneres and Melissa McCarthy have joined Sunday's Fox Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert for America. Elton John is hosting the benefit concert, which will feature performances by Alicia Keys, Backstreet Boys, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong, Camila Cabello, Dave Grohl, Mariah Carey, Sam Smith, Tim McGraw and H.E.R. The artists will all be singing in remote locations in keeping with social-distancing practices intended to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 30,000 people worldwide. The special pays tribute to healthcare workers, and will air Sunday at 9 p.m. ET. Let's block ads! (Why?) Entertainment News - UPI.com