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Helena Christensen stuns in off-the-shoulder gown for The Museum of Modern Art's 2022 Film Benefit

The Museum of Modern Art’s 2022 Film Benefit, presented by Chanel, honored Academy Award–winning director Guillermo del Toro,Helena Christensen, 53, was among the stars who made their way to the 15th annual event in New York City.Some of the other high-profile people who attended the 15th annual MoMA event included Jessica Chastain, Chloe Sevigny, Oscar Issac, Jemima Kirke, Ariana DeBose, Finn Wolfhard, Anna Weyant, Jessica Wang, Zoe Lister-Jones, Patina Miller and Sofia Boutella. Age defying: Helena Christensen made 53 look like the new 33 when she stepped out for The Museum of Modern Art’s 2022 Film Benefit, presented by Chanel, honoring Academy Award–winning director Guillermo del ToroThe 5ft10in statuesque beauty looked much like she did during the heyday of 1990s high fashion in a white-patterned gown with a touch of lime green.The off-the-shoulder number also had a touch of light pink along the chest line and built-in belt consisting of fabric that wrapped around her waist a couple of times.

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Listen to Billy Nomates’ mellow new single ‘saboteur forcefield’
Billy Nomates has shared her latest single ‘saboteur forcefield’ – you can watch the accompanying video for the track below.The song is the latest to be previewed from Bristol-based songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Tor Maries’ second studio album ‘CACTI’, which is set for release on January 13 via Invada Records.Speaking about ‘saboteur forcefield’, Maries said: “I think it’s about the inevitable feeble fight against feeling and progress.”You can watch the video for Billy Nomates’ ‘saboteur forcefield’ below.Billy Nomates has also announced a new set of UK and European tour dates for March and April 2023 – you can see her upcoming tour schedule below and find tickets here.March 202314 – Grand Mix, Lille, France15 – Petit Bain, Paris, France16 – L’astrolabe, Orleans, France17 – Rockschool Barbey, Bordeaux, France20 – El Sol, Madrid, Spain22 – La Nau, Barcelona, Spain24 – Le Périscope, Lyon, France25 – Covo Club, Bologna, Italy27 – Magnolia, Milan, Italy28 – Bogen F, Zurich, Switzerland29 – Milla, Munich, Germany31 – Badehaus, Berlin, GermanyApril 20231 – Loppen, Copenhagen, Denmark2 – Molotow, Hamburg, Germany4 – Blueshell, Cologne, Germany5 – Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam, Netherlands6 – Botanique Orangerie, Brussels, Belgium17 – Tramshed, Cardiff19 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham20 – New Century Hall, Manchester21 – Stylus, Leeds22 – St Lukes, Glasgow24 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle25 – Institute 1, Birmingham27 – Kentish Town Forum, London28 – Chalk, Brighton29 – Marble Factory, BristolPrior to that, Billy Nomates will tour in the UK next month – you can see those dates below.November22 – Village Underground, London (SOLD OUT)23 – The Bullingdon, Oxford24 – MASH, Cambridge26 – Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich (SOLD OUT)27 –
Housekeepers slam TikToker's 'disrespectful' prank leaving beds looking like corpses
TikTok influencer has divided internet users after revealing the prank he played on hotel workers – and housekeepers have slammed the joke.Gregers Federspiel, 18, a popular video creator from Copenhagen, Denmark, went viral with the prank racking up an enormous 41.6million views, @gregersfederspiel.The youngster has 22,000 followers and often posts about football. READ MORE: Passenger labelled 'gross nuthead' for drying shoes using plane air con vent But, last month he shared a clip showing himself forming the bedsheets in his hotel room into a sinister shape.Gregers showed himself piling pillows on top of each other along with a duvet.He then covered the human-like shape with another sheet and wrapped a telephone wire around the space where the neck would be.His companion did the same wrapping a cable around the other pillow-shape to create a body-like form.Gregers wrote: “How we leave the hotel…”The TikToker and his roommate then switched off the lights and left the room looking as though two dead bodies wee concealed beneath the sheet.Some of the 38,000 commenters found the prank funny.One person said: “This appeals to my sense of humour so much!”But, hundreds of hotel staff begged people not to copy the prank – and slammed Gregers for “making more work” for them and “causing unnecessary ruckus.”One woman said: “Housekeeper here. Please don’t do this.
Listen to Jamie xx’s new remix of Oliver Sim’s ‘GMT’
Jamie xx has shared his new remix of Oliver Sim‘s ‘GMT’ – you can listen to the new version below.The two artists, who are bandmates in The xx, have further extended their creative partnership with the remix of the track, which has arrived this afternoon (August 22).The original ‘GMT’ – which was released last month – is set to feature on Sim’s forthcoming debut solo album ‘Hideous Bastard’, which has been produced by Jamie xx and is set for release on September 9.Marking Jamie xx’s first new official remix in over five years, the ‘GMT’ remix – which incorporates a sample of Brian Wilson‘s ‘Smile’ – features additional production from Floating Points, and has previously been aired during Jamie’s recent DJ sets and live shows.You can listen to Jamie xx’s remix of Oliver Sim’s ‘GMT’ below.Having played his debut London solo show in June (where he covered Placebo and was joined by his xx bandmate Romy), Sim is now scheduled to embark on a North American, European and UK tour next month.Tickets for Sim’s UK dates are on sale now from here, and you can see his upcoming gigs below.September29 – The Showbox, Seattle, WAOctober01 – The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA02 – The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA05 – Metro, Chicago, IL06 – Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, ON08 – Lincoln Theatre, Washington, DC09 – Royale, Boston, MA10 – Webster Hall, New York, NY 11 – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA20 – Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark22 – Le Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France23 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands26 – Admiralspalast, Berlin, Germany27 – Uebel & Gefaehrlich, Hamburg, Germany29 – New Century Hall, Manchester30 – KOKO, London
Kanye West mocked for selling Yeezy Gap clothing collection out of what look like trash bags
Kanye West, who said last week he is inspired by the "homeless," is reportedly selling his new fashion collection out of what look like trash bags.  A viral tweet taken by a shopper that showed West’s Yeezy Gap collection haphazardly spilling out of black bags has sparked a backlash from some fans.  "This is how they are selling Yeezy GAP," the tweet said. "The sales associate said Ye got mad when he saw they had it on hangers and this is how he wanted it.They won’t help you find ur size too, you just have to just dig through everything."  The user later tweeted, "Do you guys think Kanye is mad at me??" Kanye West attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Rich Fury/VF20/Getty Images for Vanity Fair) One commenter wrote, "Balenciaga & Kanye’s fetish with the homeless as ‘fashion muses’ it’s everything that is wrong with billionaires…they no longer see the plight of people, they don’t see humans that are suffering, they see opportunities to be "edgy" and profit from it… it’s disgusting." The collection is engineered by Balenciaga.  "Workin at Yeezy Gap is gonna be hell," another wrote, while showing a clip from a sitcom of pushy bargain shoppers.  A third wrote, "Fishing a $240 hoodie out of a garbage bag." Influencer Gigi Vives wearing a black jacket by Yeezy x Gap, a black blazer by Mango, a black hoodie by Weekday, black pants by na-kd, black boots by H&M and a black bag with gold details by Fendi, seen at the GESTUZ fashion show on February 1, 2022 in Copenhagen, Denmark.  (Streetstyleshooters/Getty Images) Another shopper, who took a picture at a different store, said the clothes there
Palaye Royale unveil details of extensive European and UK 2023 tour
Palaye Royale have unveiled details of an extensive European and UK tour for 2023 – check out the dates below.The band will tour from January to March and in the UK, they will play a night at London’s Brixton Academy.You can get tickets for the shows here from August 12 onwards.Palaye Royale European and UK Tour 2023:JANUARY21 – Krakow, Poland22 – Warsaw, Poland24 – Berlin, Germany26 – Copenhagen, Denmark28 – Stockholm, Sweden29 – Oslo, NorwayFEBRUARY5 – Cologne, Germany7 – Manchester, UK8 – Glasgow, UK10 – London, UK12 – Wolverhampton, UK13 – Paris, France15 – Barcelona, Spain17 – Lisbon, Portugal19 – Stuttgart, Germany20 – Zurich, Switzerland25 – Munich, GermanyMARCH1 – Vilnius Lithuania2 – Riga, Latvia3 – Tallinn, Estonia4 – Helsinki, Finland7 – Sofia, Bulgaria8 – Bucharest, Romania10 – Istanbul, TurkeyIt comes after the band recently announced the release of their fourth studio album ‘Fever Dream’, their first since 2020’s ‘The Bastards’.The band have released four singles in support of the album so far, including, its title track, ‘No Love In LA’, ‘Punching Bag’, ‘Paranoid’ and ‘Broken’.The album is out on October 28 via Sumerian Records and was made in collaboration with producer Chris Greatti, who has worked with the likes of Yungblud and Willow.Speaking about the new album recently, the band said: “Making this record felt like getting back to when we first fell in love with music.“This record is very much about self-belief and self-empowerment, and overcoming all the obstacles that life throws at you. It’s the first time we’ve really taken a hopeful approach in our music.”The band are currently playing festivals in Europe before they head on their North American from September.
Judy Garland's tragic death - autopsy findings, cause of death and final months
Hollywood star Judy Garland died.The star of films including The Wizard Of Oz and Meet Me in St Louis, was found dead at her home on June 22, 1969 at the age of 47 years old - just two weeks after her birthday.Her death left fans and the world of entertainment in shock, as many mourned the loss of one of the world's greatest entertainers.READ MORE: 'Cursed' Hollywood films - eerie coincidences, tragic deaths and make-up poisoningFollowing her death, a coroners report shared the details of how she died - with her husband Micky Dean revealing the details of the star's final hours.Judy Garland's final months were reportedly marred with money issues, an addiction to prescription drugs and shows that saw the star take to the stage for performances that were sometimes hours late.However, fans still waited outside the venues for a glimpse of the star, who is one of the world's biggest music icons, with her manager at the time Stevie Phillips telling Closer that her "concerts were always wonderful".It is also reported that the singer played many of these solo concerts to pay back thousands of dollars owed to the IRS in taxes.Her last performance was in Copenhagen, Denmark in March 1969 - with the star dying three months later.Judy was also reported to have had an addiction to prescription drugs that she had battled throughout her life.Speaking on This Morning, her daughter Lorna Luft said she believes that her mother would not have died so early if there had not been a stigma around addiction in the sixties.She said: "We have so much education about the world of addiction and it's so prevalent in everybody’s life right now - and the stigma has been taken off.