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Mandy Moore shares nostalgic new singe ‘Little Dreams’
Mandy Moore has shared a nostalgic new single called ‘Little Dreams’ – listen to it below.The gentle orchestral track sees Moore focus in on, and celebrate, the everyday.In a statement about the track, Moore said: “I wanted to write a song about how a life is comprised of these seemingly mundane moments that ultimately all piece together to form something greater.“It’s about the little things we look back on with such nostalgia when we’re reflecting on a particular point in time: the walk you took with someone right after it had rained, or the drive when someone introduced you to a record that wound up becoming one of your favourites.“It doesn’t always have to be about the flashy things that scream out to us—it’s all those quieter, simpler moments that are worth recognizing and celebrating too.”You can listen to the track here:The track is the second single to come from Moore’s upcoming new album, ‘In Real Life’ following the release of the album’s title track last month.The record will be the follow-up to Moore’s March 2020 album ‘Silver Landings’, and will arrive on May 13 via Verve Forecast.Produced by Mike Viola, ‘In Real Life’ features a host of collaborators, including Moore’s husband, Dawes’ Taylor Goldsmith, and his brother/bandmate Griffin Goldsmith, Lucius’ Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, keyboardist Lee Pardini (The War On Drugs) and bassist Sebastian Steinberg (Sharon Van Etten, Phoebe Bridgers).Speaking about the new album, Moore said: “So much of this record came from future-tripping on the next chapter of my life and what it might look like: what parenthood would feel like, how it would change everything, and all the excitement and trepidation that comes with that.”“At the same time it was about celebrating
Star Sightings: Kendall Jenner Visits Revolve Social Club, Angus Cloud Attends Collection Launch in L.A.
Kendall Jenner visited the 818 Bar at Revolve Social Club on March 21 in West Hollywood, California, where guests can enjoy custom cocktails through Sunday, April 24.Liam Payne, Paul Wesley and more stars attended Taste the Future's luncheon in Los Angeles, California, presented by Apeiron and SOSV, while celebrating the future of food technology.Lancôme hosted a virtual screening of Hulu's in celebration of the brand's new L'Absolu Rouge Campaign, Color the World Beautiful, featuring Amanda Seyfried, the series star and Lancôme Ambassadress.Phaedra Parks hosted Taylor Armstrong, Vicki Gunvalson, and Jill Zarin at Toca Madera in West Hollywood and gifted them Amanda Orso HighLowHostess swag bags.Heidi Klum and Snoop Dogg released a new music video for their hit single, “Chai Tea with Heidi," directed and produced by Rankin.Kal Penn, Sujata Day and Ritesh Rajan attended the Dinner Celebrating South Asian Culture with Simone Ashley at Arth Bar & Kitchen in Culver City, California.NOON celebrated the launch of their new wellness brand with a Zoom event where attendees experienced the brand's rebalancing remedies and a breath work session.Hannah Gosselin posed for a photo shoot for an upcoming project in Miami, Florida.Mandy Moore wore a yellow tiered dress from the Who What Wear Collection while posing on Instagram. Joanna Czech and Kathy Hilton celebrated the launch of Joanna Czech THE KIT at Hilton's home in Bel Air, California, where guests enjoyed cocktails by Belvedere Vodka and Belvedere Infusions.Tyler Cameron worked up a sweat with celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson in Beverly Hills, California, to celebrate Peterson's role as Chief of Athletics at F45 Training. Producer Nitish Kannan posed with Kristen Stewart at 's
'Wasn't expecting this' Louise Minchin left 'in tears' as co-star plays emotional tribute
Louise Minchin, 53, is an dedicated athlete and regularly takes part in walks and runs, documenting her successes to her many fans.The former BBC Breakfast presenter hosted an episode of Her Spirit, where she was left in "tears" when speaking to Hannah Ingram-Moore.Hannah spoke to Louise in the podcast about the benefits of walking and February's challenge, Feet First February.Her father, Sir Captain Tom Moore had a love of walking and Hannah told Louise about the walks the family had planned.She said to Louise: "You have inspired me and my family to connect with that incredible community that's out there."Louise, startled by Hannah's comment said: "Oh god you have made me all teary."I wasn't expecting tears this early on."Hannah is the co-founder of the Maytrix Group and the Captain Tom foundation, which along with her father and her family, was established to ensure the message of hope and kindness he ignited becomes a lasting legacy.The Her Spirit podcast is part of a community for women to come together to find a fitter, healthier and happier self.Louise has just finished taking part in a month-long bike journey through Argentina, with athlete Mimi Anderson.On Louise's return on Thursday, former Olympian Chris Hoy tweeted: "Don't forget this evening's #DoddieAid on @GoSwift starts at 6.15pm sharp!"@Louiseminchin is back from Argentina to be our super sweeper, it's 25km and it'll be short and sharp."In view of her 242,100 followers Louise responded: "This is going to be quite a recovery ride!"I have no idea how I am going to feel."If anyone would like to help me at the back I would be delighted!!"Many took to the comments to share their support for the ex BBC Breakfast presenter.JosephW4700433 said: "Best of luck
Wallace & Gromit set for epic return as BBC announce first new movie in 16 years
BBC have confirmed the loveable comedy franchise is set for a comeback after the broadcaster announced the producers are in the works of launching a new spin-off for Christmas 2024.It will come from the creative minds at animation powerhouse Aardam who are also responsible for the popular children’s TV series Shaun The Sheep.As millions of viewers are set to tune into the British classic, producers revealed the upcoming film will focus on Gromit’s worry that Wallace has become too dependent on his glorious inventions.And his worries are proven to be correct when the inventor creates a ‘smart gnome’ that quickly develops a mind of its own.When events inevitably spiral out of control, it comes down to Gromit to put aside his feelings and battle the sinister forces at work – or Wallace may never be able to invent ever again.The film will follow the latest Shaun the Sheep instalment The Flight Before Christmas, a Wallace & Gromit spin-off which aired on BBC One last year.Chief content officer at the BBC, Charlotte Moore said: “It’s incredibly exciting to be taking British audiences on a cracking new adventure with Wallace & Gromit and to be continuing our long relationship with Aardman and Nick Park following the success of Shaun the Sheep this Christmas.”Sean Clarke, managing director of Aardman added: “Wallace and Gromit are so loved by everyone at Aardman – they’re like family to us – and we couldn’t be more excited to be creating a brand new film for them to star in.“When Nick came up with the concept for a ‘smart gnome’, we all agreed that Wallace would find the idea irresistible – despite warnings from Gromit, who is wise beyond his (dog) years.“We’re sure audiences will find the story irresistible too.”The TV series