'Dancing Queen' Theresa May shimmies on stage to defend Brexit and her job

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Cardi B Claps Back At Nicki Minaj's Queen Radio Diss With Video Of Fans Chanting 'You Can't F*** With Me'

  1. Cardi B Claps Back At Nicki Minaj’s Queen Radio Diss With Video Of Fans Chanting ‘You Can’t F*** With Me’  Hollywood Life
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  3. Nicki Minaj: Cardi B Fashion Week Fight Was ‘Humiliating’  Vibe
  4. The Truth About Nicki Minaj and Cardi B’s Long-Simmering Feud  E! Online
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Queen officially unveils new Highland Games pavilion at annual Braemar Gathering

Queen officially unveils new Highland Games pavilion at annual Braemar GatheringThe Queen has officially unveiled a new Highland Games pavilion at the annual Braemar Gathering. She joined 15,000 visitors at the event, which is held each year a short distance from the royals’ summer retreat on the Balmoral estate. The Aberdeenshire town has hosted the event for 203 years and this year marked the 170th anniversary of Royal Family links. The Queen, wearing a striking jade-green dress suit, was joined by the Duke of Rothesay as well as the Princess Royal and her husband Sir Timothy Laurence at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park. The Queen and Princess Anne were both presented with floral posies which they carried throughout their hour-long visit. Before leaving, the Queen and the Duke of Rothesay officially unveiled the newly-built Highland Games Pavilion, which will open to the public next year and will showcase the history of the Highland Games, not just in Braemar but across the world. The Queen and Princess Anne were both presented with floral posies  Credit: Andrew Parsons / i-Images  The £2.5 million heritage centre is named after the Duke of Rothesay and was partly funded and driven by the Prince’s Foundation as well as numerous local donors. Leading the tour of the new property, David Geddes, president of Braemar Royal Highland Society, said he hopes the exhibition will become a draw for people from across the globe. He said: “Even members of the committee didn’t know of the existence of many of the items that now feature in the exhibition. “It was nice to go through all the donated pieces – some of the finds have created a bit of a stir in the village.” The Queen, wearing a striking jade-green dress suit, was joined by Prince Charles Credit: Andrew Parsons / i-Images  Exhibits include items from Highland Games and Gatherings, such as medals and trophies, and partner The Scottish Tartans Authority will also contribute to the collection. The facility also provides a new headquarters for the Braemar Royal Highland Society, and is expected to open to the public early in 2019. A competitor takes part in the Putting the Heavy Stone competition at the Braemar Gathering Credit: Andrew Parsons / i-Images  Marking its centenary, the RAF chose the Gathering as one of its main RAF100 events – a C130 Hercules from RAF Brize Norton performed a fly-by to the delight of the crowds. The Queen is the current, and longest serving, patron of the Braemar Royal Highland Society. Scottish Dancing at the Braemar Gathering Games Credit:  Andrew Parsons / i-Images Having first attended with her parents and grandparents at the age of seven in 1933, she has only missed the Gathering four times since taking the throne in 1952. The day includes competitions in events including tossing the caber, hammer throwing and tug of war, as well as performances of pipe bands and Highland dancers.


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Stars celebrate Queen Aretha at marathon funeral

Stars celebrate Queen Aretha at marathon funeralThe 76-year-old singer, beloved by millions around the world, died of cancer on August 16, closing the curtain on a glittering six-decade career that spanned gospel, R&B, jazz, blues and even classical music. Former US president Bill Clinton extolled her gifts, courage and compassion, sharing his memory of her final public performance, in November 2017, when she was already ill but performed with gusto. Franklin, loved not only for her powerful voice but her civil rights work, was dressed in a different outfit for each of three days of public viewings, visited by thousands in her Michigan hometown.


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Aretha Franklin's gospel roots celebrated at Queen of Soul's funeral

Aretha Franklin's gospel roots celebrated at Queen of Soul's funeralThe crowd grew louder, its ranks bolstered by the powerful voices of Gladys Knight, Jennifer Hudson, Chaka Khan, Shirley Caesar and Ariana Grande, who came to pay musical tribute to Franklin following her death on Aug. 16 at age 76. Before the golden casket was closed at the top of a service, Franklin’s body could be seen dressed in gold sequins. More than eight music-filled hours later, Stevie Wonder took to the stage to close out the ceremony with a performance of his song “As,” the crowd joining him in its refrain: “I’ll be lovin’ you always.” “She had the voice of a generation, maybe the voice of a century,” Clinton said, describing himself as a Franklin “groupie” long before he became president.


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