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Watch Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry join Coldplay to perform ‘Cry Cry Cry’

Chvrches‘ Lauren Mayberry joined Coldplay on stage in São Paulo for a performance of the band’s 2019 song ‘Cry Cry Cry’.The Scottish trio are supporting the Chris Martin-fronted band on their current run of ‘Music Of The Spheres’ stadium shows in São Paulo, Brazil.During their fourth show at Estádio do Morumbi on March 18, the band invited the Chvrches’ frontwoman on stage for a rendition of ‘Cry Cry Cry’, which appeared on Coldplay’s eighth studio album ‘Everyday Life’.The original song features Jacob Collier on backing vocals. The English singer-songwriter also contributed to its writing.You can watch the official live video as well as fan-shot footage below.A post shared by CHVRCHES (@chvrches)CRY CRY CRY @coldplay @CHVRCHES #ColdplaySaoPaulo— gio (@sug4rcane) March 16, 2023Coldplay continued their world tour with a series of rescheduled dates in South America starting on March 10.

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Snoop Dogg welcomed to Scotland by bagpipes playing ‘Still D.R.E.’ at airport
Snoop Dogg arrived in Scotland this week and was met at the airport by a bagpipes player giving a rendition of ‘Still D.R.E.’ – see it below.The rapper is currently on his ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ tour of Europe, which has been rescheduled a host of times since its initial announcement in 2019.On Thursday (March 16), he played Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, and upon landing at Glasgow Airport, a bagpipe player broke into a rendition of ‘Still D.R.E.’ on the runway.Clearly enjoying the show, Snoop danced away on the tarmac before pointing at the musician and giving him a thumbs up before departing in a car.You can see the video below via Snoop Dogg’s Instagram, alongside details of Snoop Dogg’s remaining UK tour dates –  buy any remaining tickets here.A post shared by snoopdogg (@snoopdogg)Snoop Dogg will play the following shows:MARCH 202321 – London, O2 Arena26 – Dublin, 3Arena27 – Leeds, First Direct Arena28 – Birmingham, Resorts World ArenaLater this year, the rapper will join Wiz Khalifa and head out on a massive joint tour of North America titled ‘High School Reunion’.Snoop announced the 33-date run via a poster on Instagram on March 7. The tour will kick off on July 7 in Vancouver before wrapping up the run in Irvine, California on August 27.
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' change to living situation ahead of new Live! hosting gig
Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest are gearing up for an emotional departure as they mark the end of their time together as co-hosts on Live with Kelly and Ryan.As was announced earlier, Ryan will end his tenure on the show on April 14, stating on the air that he would be moving back to Los Angeles after his six season run, more of which you can see in the video below.WATCH: Ryan Seacrest confirms exit from Live With Kelly and RyanHowever, taking over for him is another very familiar face for Kelly, that being her husband Mark Consuelos, after which the show will be renamed Live with Kelly and Mark.But prior to the big change, there's a bit of a switch-up in Kelly and Mark's personal life as well, as the two are having to spend some time apart before they begin co-hosting.MORE: Kelly Ripa shocks herself with Hollywood transformation in bold new selfieMORE: How David Muir's net worth compares to BF Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' $160 million fortuneOn the latest episode of Live!, while joking with Ryan about how he'd like to conclude his final day, she mentioned that Mark was already knee-deep in work."Mark's in Vancouver," she offhandedly mentioned as she suggested to Ryan that maybe he could end his day with a massage from Mark.A post shared by LIVE with Kelly and Ryan (@livekellyandryan)Mark will be replacing Ryan on Live!The actor and dad-of-three is presumably in Vancouver working on Riverdale, which is set to premiere its final season on March 29, bringing its seven-installment run to a close.Mark was on hand to attend the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles with his wife and Ryan, though, as they hosted their final iteration of Live!'s post-Oscars show together at the Dolby Theater.MORE: Kelly Ripa's husband
The Cure say North American tour tickets won’t be “transferable” to minimise “resale and keep prices at face value”
The Cure have said that tickets for their North American tour will not be “transferable”.The band announced their North American tour yesterday (March 9), with a run that kicks off at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on May 10.With ticket registration for the tour opening today (March 10), the band made the announcement about tickets not being transferable, with a view to minimise “resale and keep prices at face value”.Sharing a statement on their social media, the band wrote: “If something comes up that prevents a fan from being able to use a ticket they have purchased, they will be able [to] resell it on a face value ticket exchange.”The statement continued: “Unfortunately, despite our desire to protect our low ticket prices for fans, the states of NY, IL and CO make this very difficult – they actually have laws in place that protect scalpers! For shows in these states we urge fans to buy or sell tickets to one another on face value exchanges like and”TICKET REGISTRATION OPEN NOW AT #ShowsOfALostWorld23 #TheCure #NorthAmerica— The Cure (@thecure) March 10, 2023The Cure’s tour includes stops in Austin, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Tampa and many more, before closing out at the Miami-Dade Arena in Florida on July 1.The band also have three consecutive dates at both LA’s Hollywood Bowl (May 23, 24, 25) and New York’s Madison Square Garden (June 20, 21, 22) with support across all dates from The Twilight Sad.Verified fan registration is open now until Monday, March 13 at 10am EST and can be accessed here.
Madonna, 64, wows in lace bralet and cowboy hat as she rehearses for world tour
Madonna showed off her incredible frame as she posed in a lace bralet and cowboy hat for her Celebration tour rehearsals on Thursday.The pop icon, 64, declared it was 'not my first day at the rodeo!' as she rehearsed her hits while flashing her ample cleavage in the tiny top, which she paired with a gothic style skirt and black stockings.The star layered up in a black jacket and slipped on some shimmering necklaces.Her auburn locks were worn in her now-signature braids and she sported a radiant palette of make-up on her smooth visage. The star also posted snaps showing her singing into a mic while reading sheet music, ahead of the global extravaganza.  Wow: Madonna showed off her incredible frame as she posed in a lace bralet and cowboy hat for her Celebration tour rehearsals on ThursdayShe confirmed the 35-city string of gigs in an X-rated video with a wink to her 1991 documentary film Truth or Dare last month.Kicking things off in Vancouver, Madonna will visit multiple cities in the Unites States and Canada, as well as the United Kingdom and Europe.Produced by Live Nation, the tour will kick off in North America on July 15th at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC with stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles.She will then make her way to Europe where she will hit 11 cities throughout the fall, including London on October 24th, continuing onto Barcelona, Paris, and Stockholm, among others.The Celebration Tour will wrap in Amsterdam, NL on Friday, December 1st at Ziggo Dome.Last week, she called out critics for their ageist and misogynistic comments about her recent appearance at the Grammy Awards.According to Madonna it was the 'closeup' from a 'long lens camera' that distorted her face and made it appear