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Jennifer Aniston is up for a Friends reboot (and 8 other things we didn’t know)

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow, pictured in 2003 Jennifer Aniston says she, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow have talked about a possible Friends reboot.In a wide-ranging interview with InStyle, she added she "fantasises" about the show being brought back."Courteney, Lisa and I talk about it. I fantasise about it. It really was the greatest job I ever had," Aniston said."I don't
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Easier streaming services put dent in illegal downloading

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Beyonce and Jay-Z's new album was illegally downloaded by many fans after being released exclusively on Tidal Music piracy is falling out of favour as streaming services become more widespread, new figures show.One in 10 people in the UK use illegal downloads, down from 18% in 2013, according to YouGov's Music Report.The trend looks set to continue - with 22% of those who
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Is grime dead? Or has it ‘just gone back underground’?

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty/Jahnay Tennai/BBC/BPI/JM Enternational Grime is already said to have died once in its not yet two-decade-long existence. And now some people have questioned whether it's slowly dying again. It might seem like grime has been everywhere over the past few years - with Skepta and Stormzy's achievements evidence of its crossover into the mainstream. But some fans have questioned whether it has a future, with different styles
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Pub choir: ‘Singing is not traumatic – it’s fun’

[ad_1] A choir launched in a pub in Brisbane, Australia has become a hit with singers and on social media.Pub Choir director Astrid Jorgensen says that the pub - and sometimes the alcohol - helps people feel more comfortable and proves singing in public is not traumatic.Filmed & produced by Simon Atkinson. Additional footage courtesy of Sleepy Mountain Films.This video is only viewable within the UK. [ad_2] Source link
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Rajar figures: Radio news listeners fall but boost for music shows

[ad_1] Image caption Mishal Husain of Radio 4's Today and Nicky Campbell from 5 Live Breakfast BBC Radio 4's Today programme and 5 Live Breakfast lost listeners this spring, industry figures show.Today's audience dropped by 839,000 year-on-year, while 5 Live Breakfast was down 337,000, according to Rajar, which monitors UK radio listening.The BBC said a quieter news agenda in the second quarter of this year was partly to blame.Last spring
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Royal Family lead Tatler’s 2018 best-dressed Brits list

[ad_1] Image copyright Reuters/PA/Getty Image caption The Duchess of Cambridge, the Queen and the Duchess of Sussex were all praised by Tatler The Royal Family dominates a new list celebrating Britain's best dressed. The full catalogue of Tatler's choices for 2018 will be released later on Thursday, but the Queen, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex all made the cut. Even five-year-old Prince
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Will Rihanna’s eyebrows become the Vogue?

[ad_1] Image copyright Vogue Long has the thick, full-eyebrowed look reigned supreme in the beauty world - but could that all be about to change?Rihanna's September Vogue cover shows the superstar with her eyebrows seemingly removed and ultra-fine, pronounced arches pencilled in their place.It flies in the face (literally) of the bushy Cara Delevingne-inspired brows that have for so long been the beauty norm of the £20m brow industry.But would
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Could Max Martin’s musical be the best pop show of all time?

[ad_1] Image caption Songs by Britney Spears and Taylor Swift could appear in the new musical Move over Mamma Mia! Max Martin is putting together a new musical.OK, the Swedish producer's name might not be instantly recognisable, but his songs are. In total, he's written 22 US number one singles - from Britney Spears' ...Baby One More Time and Katy Perry's I Kissed A Girl to Taylor Swift's Shake It
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Anna Wintour: Vogue editor staying, Conde Nast confirm

[ad_1] Image copyright EPA Image caption Wintour is one of fashion's most influential, and formidable, figures Dame Anna Wintour is to "indefinitely" remain as Vogue's editor-in-chief, publisher Conde Nast has confirmed.It follows speculation that the British-born fashion titan, 68, would be stepping down from the publishing house after almost 40 years.But a statement from CEO Bob Sauerberg on Tuesday said Wintour remains "integral" to the company and will also continue
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How Kali Uchis went from sleeping rough to pop stardom

[ad_1] Image copyright Felipe K Noguiera Image caption The singer was raised in Colombia and Virginia, absorbing musical influences from both cultures Kali Uchis went from sleeping rough in the back of her car to working with Gorillaz and Snoop Dogg. The Colombian-American star tells us the story of her hard-won success.At the age of 17, Kali Uchis was thrown out of her parents' house for repeatedly breaking her curfew.
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Toxic fandom: Online bullying in the name of your favourite stars

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images / Ray Quan Pete Davidson, the Saturday Night Live comedian engaged to Ariana Grande, recently quit Instagram."The internet is an evil place and it doesn't make me feel good," he wrote in his Insta Story as he left the app.Ariana said she was planning to do the same, tweeting that negativity online can really "bum you out".Pete had been targeted by some of the singer's
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Love Island: 10 best moments from 2018

[ad_1] Image copyright ITV Image caption L to R: Hayley, Megan, Charlie, Georgia (with Jack Fowler) and Alex The bikinis have been packed away, the personalised water bottles have been slurped from for the last time, and Dr Alex's sunburn may soon finally show some signs of abating.Jack and Dani have been crowned the Love Island 2018 series winners and are set to walk off happily ever after into the
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The Best Cell Phone Plans Available in 2018

[ad_1] With cell phone plans coming up every weekend is really hard to choose the best cell phone plan that will fit your needs and budget. each cell phone plan has its own pros and cons. Some carriers will give you unlimited talk time when some will give unlimited text messaging. In this site, we seek to bring you the best cell phone plan suited for the general public and
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Abingdon vicar who ‘spiritually abused’ boy gets two-year ban

[ad_1] Image copyright Google Image caption The vicar met the teenager during a mentoring programme at his church A Church of England vicar who "spiritually abused" a boy has been banned from ministry for two years.The Reverend Timothy Davis is understood to be the first priest to have been convicted of such abuse by the Bishop's Disciplinary Tribunal.Mr Davis, of Christ Church, Abingdon, held two-hour private prayer sessions in the
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Abingdon vicar who ‘spiritually abused’ boy gets two-year ban

[ad_1] Image copyright Google Image caption The vicar met the teenager during a mentoring programme at his church A Church of England vicar who "spiritually abused" a boy has been banned from ministry for two years.The Reverend Timothy Davis is understood to be the first priest to have been convicted of such abuse by the Bishop's Disciplinary Tribunal.Mr Davis, of Christ Church, Abingdon, held two-hour private prayer sessions in the