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Barbra Streisand brands US Supreme Court the 'American Taliban' over Roe v Wade vote

Famous faces from across all industries have expressed their dismay over the overturning of Roe v Wade.F1 driver Lewis Hamilton hit out at a US judge in a furious statement following the decision.The Mercedes star said he had been left “disgusted” by last week's ruling.In an Instagram post shared on Friday, Lewis said: “Disgusted by the decision made by the Supreme Court in the US today.“I don’t understand why some in power pushed and continue to push to strip rights away from millions of people.“This decision will impact the most vulnerable among us.“Women, people of colour, members of the LGBTQIA+ community and so on.”Singers Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen protested the decision during Olivia’s Saturday set at Glastonbury.The Driver's License hitmaker was joined by Lily Allen for a rendition of Lily’s 2009 hit F**k You.Prefacing the song, Olivia dedicated it to the US Supreme Court as Lily walked on stage.Olivia said: “I’m devastated and terrified [by the ruling] and so many women and girls are going to die because of this.“And I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court, who showed us at the end of the day they truly don’t give a s*** about freedom.”Olivia was not the only artist at the festival to hit out at the Supreme Court over the ruling.Singer Phoebe Bridgers led the crowd in chants of “f**k the Supreme Court” on Friday.Meanwhile, during her headline set, Billie Eilish said: “Today is a really dark day for women in the US.”Before performing her song Your Power, she added: “I’m just gonna say that because I can’t bear to think about it any longer in this moment.”

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Pussycat Dolls back in 2005 with their hit single Don’t Cha.And it’s fair to say Nicole Scherzinger has gone on to thrive in the music industry since with other hit songs such as When I Grow Up and I Don’t Need a Man before she left the group to go solo.But that didn’t stop her from succeeding as she went on to become a successful solo artist after her debut album Killer Love stormed to the top of the charts, featuring such songs as Don’t Hold Your Breath and Right There.Outside of her mind-blowing music career, the starlet has also appeared as a judge on X Factor both in the UK and in the USA in 2012, as she hunted down the next superstar all over the country.The brunette beauty has also had a wild love life, after dating British race car driver Lewis Hamilton for eight years before she found love in the arms of her current partner, Thom Evans.As the American songstress prepares to celebrate her 44th birthday with a bang, Daily Star have taken a look at some of her wildest sex confessions over the years.Nicole and Lewis dated from 2007 to 2015 and throughout their long-term relationship, and were often seen as the power couple of the late noughties.During their passionate romance, the pair were known to be keen fans of getting frisky in one of the world champions million-pound cars.Due to their bust work schedules with Hamilton’s hectic work schedule and Scherzinger’s busy singing career, the dynamic duo grabbed opportunities for passion whenever – and wherever they could.Back in 2015, the F1 ace opened up about his love of car sex in an interview with Playboy magazine.He told the publication: “The best thing is probably good sex in a good car.
Nelson Pique's paddock access could be revoked if he doesn't apologise to Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton after using a racist slur to describe the seven-time world champion.Piquet, a three-time world champion, allegedly used a term in Brazil that translates in English to the N-word during an interview that took place in November of last year while discussing Hamilton's title showdown with Max Verstappen, who is in a relationship with his daughter Kelly.While speaking to Brazilian journalist Ricardo Oliveir, Piquet reportedly criticised Hamilton for not leaving Verstappen enough room as they battled for the lead on the first lap at Silverstone.READ MORE: Chinese F1 star Zhou Guanyu claims he was bullied early on in career due to nationalityPiquet, the father of former F1 driver Nelson Piquet Jr., is said to have called the Mercedes driver "neguinho" and "the little black man".F1 reporter Philip Duncan detailed on Tuesday afternoon that Piquet's access to the paddock is in danger of being revoked should he fail to publicly apologise.The comments, that have been widely reported in South America, have been condemned by Hamilton, Mercedes chiefs and also F1 bosses.Does F1 need to do more to combat racism? Have your say in the comments sectionFormula 1 said: "Discriminatory or racist language is unacceptable in any form and has no part in society.