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Princess Diana conspiracy theories about her death from secret baby to warning letter
9/11, JFK’s assassination or even the moon landings, there are plenty of people who have their own ideas of what exactly went down.The same is true for Princess Diana, who would have been celebrating her 61st birthday on July 1 if she hadn't tragically died 24 years ago.Her death has had a lasting and deep impact on the Royal Family, with one expert even claiming Prince Harry consults her spirit before making decisions.In the early hours of August 31 1997, the Princess of Wales died from injuries she sustained in a car crash in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris, France.Diana’s partner, Dodi Fayed, and the driver, Henri Paul were both pronounced dead as well.At least, that is the official story, but some have their own conspiracies to throw into the mix...This is one of the most well-known theories, in fact, both at the time and still to this day the paparazzi has been blamed for the crash.Some wildly believe photographers actively caused the crash because they knew it would make a good story.One specific theory believes that Diana’s Mercedes was chased and pushed by some pursuing paparazzi members.Some theorise that the paparazzi tried to create an environment in which a crash could happen, or instigated the events that led to the crash.During investigations into the crash, officials found that Diana’s car was driving faster than usual, in no small part to escape the paparazzi.However, they concluded that the pursuers were no more encroaching than usual.One of the most hotly debated conspiracy theories is that Diana was actually pregnant at the time of the crash.In fact, Mohamed al-Fayed, the father of Dodi actually believes this is the reason behind the crash because the idea of her being pregnant to him was just
Watch Two Door Cinema Club’s colourful music video for ‘Wonderful Life’
Two Door Cinema Club have released the music video for the single ‘Wonderful Life’ from their upcoming fifth studio album ‘Keep On Smiling’.The exuberant music video was released on June 24, featuring visuals inspired by Andy Warhol and British artist Alan Fears that match the energy of the trio’s new track. The anthemic chorus calls back to Two Door Cinema Club’s earlier output with the earworm-worthy lyrics “Take back your wonderful life / The more the life to love much better / We say it all of the time, the time is now / It’s now or never.”Watch the colourful video for Two Door Cinema Club’s ‘Wonderful Life’ below.‘Wonderful Life’ is taken from the band’s upcoming fifth album, ‘Keep On Smiling’, which is set for release digitally on September 2 and physically on November 4, via LOWER THIRD [PIAS], with pre-orders available now.Written and produced by the band both during and coming out of lockdown, the album boasts additional production from Jacknife Lee (Bloc Party, The Killers, Taylor Swift) and  Dan Grech Marguerat (Halsey, Lana Del Rey, George Ezra).The trio released ‘Wonderful Life’ as a single just last week, marking their first new material since the release of the 2019 album ‘False Alarm’, which NME lauded for “taking risks and prioritising fun and recklessness over form”, even if some results were mixed.Two Door Cinema Club have also announced a North America and EU tour in support of ‘Keep On Smiling’ that will kick off in Paris, France on September 28.
Kelly Ripa explains recent absence from LIVE! with cheeky pictures from unexpected location
Kelly Ripa has been loyal to her hosting duties on Live! With Kelly and Ryan since day one, but she's also not one to deny herself a break!MORE: Kelly Ripa makes dazzling return to TV in gorgeous Barbie pink outfitHer co-host Ryan Seacrest recently announced that Ali Wentworth would be co-hosting in place of Kelly, and the star's latest pictures – which are as adorable as it gets – finally reveal where she  had gone off to.The morning show host just returned from spending a well-deserved vacation in Paris, France, alongside her husband, Mark Consuelos.WATCH: Kelly shares heartfelt clips from her son's graduationMORE: Kelly Ripa joined by LIVE! co-host Ryan Seacrest for new ABC showShe took to Instagram to share glimpses of her time away, fitting into the city of love perfectly with a series of loved-up pictures and selfies with Mark revealing their exciting plans.The host teased that she was celebrating something special, captioning her Instagram Stories with: "Scenes from a weekend in Paris celebration."Some of the pictures saw her donning glamorous dresses ready for a night out, snuggling next to her husband with a view of the Seine river behind them, as well as one where she's posing in sunglasses and he is adoringly looking at her. Kelly and Mark enjoy the Parisian sightsIt seems the two had a big night out, attending a cabaret show at the iconic Paradis Latin Cabaret on Paris' Left Bank.MORE: Kelly Ripa gives fans long-awaited career newsMORE: Kelly Ripa celebrates son Michael Consuelos' milestone birthday on the airFor the exciting night out, Kelly donned a flirty, figure-hugging halter dress with pearl and diamond appliqués, a feather trim, and a sweet bow on its collar.
Gary Neville has no shame admitting he is "f****** buzzing" about Liverpool losing final
Gary Neville has shown he has no shame in admitting he is "f****** buzzing" after Liverpool lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid.Jurgen Klopp's side were narrowly beaten at the Stade de France in Paris on Saturday night, with Vinicius Jr's second half goal proving the difference as they fell to a 1-0 defeat. The Reds had been hoping to secure a seventh European crown in the French capital but were kept at bay by an inspired performance from Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.Following the match, former Manchester United defender Neville took to Twitter to show he was revelling in Liverpool's crushing defeat."It’s really normal to be happy tonight if you’re a united fan! I’m f@@@@@g ecstatic!" wrote Neville, who won the Champions League twice with United during his career.Earlier in the night, Neville had also taken to social media to comment on the chaotic scenes outside the stadium which had caused the start of the match to be delayed.Neville, who has worked as a pundit for Sky Sports since hanging up his boots, admitted he was "not surprised" by BT Sport's coverage of the drama unfolding outside of the ground.How many trophies will Liverpool win next season? Let us know in the comments section below.After The Athletic's Adam Crafton had tweeted about his surprise that BT Sport did not have a reporter outside the stadium, Neville responded by adding: "Are you surprised? I’m not.
Camila Cabello Dazzles at UEFA Champions League Final Opening Ceremony
Camila Cabello put on a show before show at the 2022 UEFA Champions League Final.The 25-year-old singer strutted onto the field Saturday at Stade de France in Paris ahead of the highly-anticipated match between Liverpool and Real Madrid and gave a vibrant carnival-themed performance with help from a throng of dancers dressed in colorful attire.Cabello was carried out onto the field and sang her heart out before performing some of her best hits, including «Señorita,» «Bam Bam,» «Havana» and «Don't Go Yet.» She looked stunning as ever in an all-white ensemble, crop top and knee-high boots. Real Madrid came out on top, 1-0, in a match that was aired in more than 200 countries, but it seems Cabello really stole the show.Camila Cabello (@camila_cabello)‘s performance at the #UEFA Champions League Final #1 Cabello (@camila_cabello‘s) performance at the #UEFA Champions League Final #2 Cabello (@camila_cabello‘s) performance at the #UEFA Champions League Final #3 the performance, fans took to social media to give Cabello a virtual standing ovation. One fan even tweeted at Cabello telling the singer she gave off serious World Cup vibes.
Real Madrid beat Liverpool to win Champions League on night of shame and drama
Real Madrid were crowned kings of Europe for the 14th time with a 1-0 Champions League final win over a heartbroken Liverpool on a night of shame and drama at the Stade de France in Paris.Thibaut Courtois was unquestionably the man of the match as Mohamed Salah failed to beat the former Chelsea stopper with a string of chances as they were foiled in their bid to win a seventh European crown.Klopp's men travelled to Paris in high-spirits despite missing out on Premier League glory on the final day of the season despite beating Wolves.That defeat ended their chance of winning a historic quadruple, with Real Madrid looking to complete a double having topped La Liga over Barcelona.Liverpool had failed to win in each of their last five individual matches against the Spanish giants, last winning in their 2008/09 round of 16 Champions League ties.And despite pre-match excitement, fans were caught up in huge delays and some were even tear-gassed and forced to climb over ramps, with UEFA receiving stern criticism.With the game kicking off more than 35 minutes later than scheduled and Camila Cabello facing boos for UEFA's shortcomings, Liverpool started the brighter having opted to play a high line.Were Real Madrid deserved winners? Give us your thoughts in the comments section.No big chances came inside the opening 15, but Courtois was then tested twice in quick succession by Salah and Thiago in a sign of things to come.With Trent Alexander-Arnold firing a powerful shot over the bar, Sadio Mane's low drive was pushed onto the post by Courtois as Real Madrid struggled to get a foothold.The Belgian was tested yet again after 33 minutes but Salah failed to direct his header into either corner, with Liverpool having eight shots and