Singer-songwriter Kimberley Walsh loves her toned up body and credits her participation in dance reality show "Strictly Come Dancing" for it. "The best piece of advice I could give anyone who wanted to lose weight and tone up would be: Go on 'Strictly...'! I've spent many years putting myself under the spotlight but now, in my 30s, I've accepted my body," dailystar.co.uk quoted Walsh as ...
Justin Bieber, who grabbed three awards at the Billboard Music Awards, was booed by the audience as he went on stage to give his acceptance speech. The shocked singer said that he is an 'artist' who should be taken seriously, the Sun reported. He also said that at the age of 19, he thinks that he is doing a pretty good job and that it's his music and the craft that should be talked about. The ...
For those secretly reading 'Fifty Shades of Grey' on your Kindles and iPads, the naughty literary work has been exposed in "Cuff Me: The Fifty Shades of Grey Unauthorized Musical Parody." This musical spoof - conceived by Tim Flaherty and co-written by him and several members of the Virginia-based sketch comedy troupe the Pushers - has its four-member cast singing along to prerecorded tracks ...
Riding on its extensive cinema industry, which produces one of the largest number of films in India, the government of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh is keen to use the latest technological innovations in the industry to create skill development and employment opportunities for its youth. "We are planning to set up a GAME city which will serve as the hub for Gaming, Animation, ...
Spanish operatic soprano will give a concert in occupied lands of Azerbaijan. Spanish operatic soprano Montserrat Caballe will give a concert in occupied lands of Azerbaijan. Caballe will give a concert in Khankandi on 4 June and in Yerevan on 9 ...
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In September of 1971, an unknown number of thieves tunneled 40 feet beneath a women's dress shop and came through the concrete floor of the vault in a Lloyd's Bank on Baker Street in London. They looted the safety deposit boxes, making off with an estimated $4 million in cash and jewels. Pa ... ...
BEIJING (Reuters) - Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei made his first foray into the musical world on Wednesday with the release of the top single from his debut album, a song called "Dumbass" that takes inspiration from his detention in ...
i s a standard in the Cairo Opera House repertoire. Usually performed once a year, this the large opera work by Giuseppe Verdi returns to the stage for the second time this ...
She may not have won "American Idol," seven years ago, but Kellie Pickler now has a dancing career she can fall back on. The country singer, who mastered every routine and stunned the judges with her military-like precision, took home the "Dancing With the Stars" Mirror Ball trophy with partner Derek Hough Tuesday night. Although Kellie and Derek’s final dance (an ...
Ryanair has accused the EU of acting bizarrely and making decisions on a political and not a commercial basis. In its annual report, the no-frills airline declared that it had offered a more comprehensive remedies package for Aer Lingus than the package offered by British Airways for British Midlands. "It is bizarre that the EU can wave through BA's offer for British Midland in phase ...
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An Indian immigrant is set to become the most accomplished hacker in US as he is being paid for dropping college studies and engaging himself in Silicon Valley's entrepreneurial environment.
Diwank Singh Tomer, 19 has enrolled himself with the Facebook's first investor and the co-founder and former CEO of PayPal, Peter Thiel, who is paying 100,000 dollars to 20 teenagers to launch a business of their own, ABC News reports.
Tomer, who is designing an interactive learning environment with funding from the Thiel Foundation, had dropped out from an Indian University after continuing only for less than a month when the computer science major realized that he can launch a startup to help people learn to code while learning coding basics himself.
Tomer said that he believes that dropping out is an important part of the growing up process, adding that instead of promoting students to ask questions, traditional Indian schools force the students to only appear smart.
The unconventional entrepreneur also said that people learn best when they have access to mentors and the ability to learn in a way that suits them.
The Thiel Foundation mentors the young entrepreneurs during the two year fellowship as they pursue advance studies and practices in everything from robotics to fashion but does not entitle them to join school or get employed during the period without special approval from the foundation. ...
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