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Mabel unveils details of second album, ‘About Last Night’

Mabel has today (May 27) unveiled details of her second album, ‘About Last Night’.Her second album will arrive on July 15 via Polydor Records and has been teased so far with the release of ‘Overthinking‘, ‘Let Them Know‘ and ‘Good Luck‘.Mabel released her debut album ‘High Expectations’ in 2019.A statement describes ‘About Last Night…’ as “a vivid and hyperreal journey from the anticipated beginnings to the messy end of the best night out that never was. Each track transports the minutiae – getting ready to go out; feeling invincible; clocking an ex; crying in the bathroom; stumbling home – and transforms the normality into the magical.’The statement also revealed what has inspired Mabel’s upcoming new material.

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Queen 'to be replaced by other royals' at Trooping the Colour for the first time ever
Her Majesty could be replaced by other members of the Royal Family at the Trooping the Colour display for the first time in 70 years.Plans are reportedly being made for senior members of The Firm to stand in for the 95-year-old Queen during important parts of the Platinum Jubilee ceremony, reports The Telegraph.Prince Charles, Prince William and Princess Anne may take the royal salute instead as the monarch continues to adapt her busy schedule around her mobility problems.However it is still hoped that Queen, 96, may be able to attend other sections of the landmark event at Horse Guards Parade on Thursday June 2.On the same day, the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and UK Overseas Territories will come together to light a beacon at the same time as the principal beacon at Buckingham Palace.Then Friday June 3, a Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral, before the star-studded Platinum Party At The Palace on Saturday June 4.Queen and Adam Lambert will perform first at the concert — which will be broadcast live on BBC — while Alicia Keys, Nile Rodgers and the UK's Eurovision runner-up Sam Ryder will also take the stage later in the evening.Hopes of weather fit for a Queen have been raised after forecasters predicted the anniversary of Her Majesty's 70 years on the throne would coincide with an extended spell of warm and bright conditions.John Hammond of weathertrending said: “The potential is there for a lot of rain in some places.
Florence + The Machine score fourth UK Number One album with ‘Dance Fever’
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Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and we could not be more ready.Will we get a repeat of Brian May on the roof of Buckingham Palace? Only time will tell…The stars will join Alicia Keys and Andrea Bocelli with a pre-recorded performance from Sir Elton John at Buckingham Palace on Saturday June 4 for the big celebration, alongside non-musical guests including  Sir David Attenborough and Stephen Fry.The concert, named the Platinum Party, will last around two and a half hours, celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne, and will be broadcast on the BBC.Guitarist Brian, who previously teased the news of the band’s involvement, said: ’20 years after playing the Queen’s glorious Golden Jubilee we’re very happy to be invited again.‘Then there was a moment when I wondered… after Buckingham Palace roof where can you go? Well… you will see!’Queen and Adam Lambert will open the festival, which will see 22,000 people attend, including 10,000 tickets to be released to the general public (while thousands of key workers will also be invited).Alicia will then perform, along with Duran Duran, Hans Zimmer, Ella Eyre, Craig David, Mabel, Elbow, and George Ezra.Eurovision’s Sam Ryder, who made history at the song contest, will also perform.Diana will round out the evening, and said: ‘Her Majesty has and continues to be such an incredible inspiration to so many across the world and I was absolutely delighted to receive an invitation to perform on such a momentous and historic occasion.’Also set to make an appearance are British legends including Emma Raducanu, David Beckham, Stephen Fry, Dame Julie Andrews, The Royal Ballet and Paralympian swimmer Ellie Simmonds.Meanwhile, musical fans are in luck as Lin Manuel
Eurovision's Sam Ryder confirms identity of Norway's Subwoolfer as British boyband star
Eurovision superstar Sam Ryder has revealed the identity of one half of the duo Subwoolfer, Norway’s entry into the song contest this year.Appearing on stage wearing black suits with yellow wolf-head masks, Subwoolfer sent Eurovision fans into a frenzy as viewers turned into amateur detectives in a bid to work out who was behind the disguises.The pair, who go by the pseudonyms of Keith and Jim, came in 10th place as they bagged 182 points with their single Give That Wolf A Banana.Now UK entry Sam Ryder has confirmed speculation that Subwoolfer is in fact Ben Adams, a British singer who is best known as a member of the British-Norwegian band A1.A1 won Best Newcomers at the BRIT Award back in 2001 and had two number one UK singles, Take On Me and Same Old Brand New You.Although the boy band split up in 2002, Adams later reunited with his former bandmates Christian Ingebrigsten and Mark Read to release new singles and perform a series of concerts in Norway.Eurovision commentator Graham Norton fuelled rumours of Subwoolfer’s identity during the live final of the contest, saying: “So we think the shorter wolf is Ben, Ben Adams from the boyband A1.”Another strong theory was that Subwoolfer were Ylvis, the duo behind catchy hit What Does The Fox Say, who are signed to the same record label that released Give That Wolf A Banana.
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Eurovision entry Subwoolfer have shared a ‘Jolene’ parody about their time in Turin.The duo, who comically donned yellow wolf masks in this year’s tournament, were 50-1 to win in Italy with their track ‘Give That Wolf A Banana’.They finished the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in 10th place with 182 points, some way off the winners, Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra and UK runner up Sam Ryder.Now, to mark their time in Italy they have posted a video of themselves, which you can view below, goofing around in Turin performing a parody of Dolly Parton‘s famous hit ‘Jolene’.The clip sees the duo on the streets of the city, changing the lyrics of the track to: “These yellow ears beyond compare, we’re breathing in Italian air, we’re eating pizza almost every meal / We’re saving grandmas everyday, we ate a few along the way but Italian grandma skin is hard to peel,” before they declare: “Turin, Turin, Turin, Turin, we’re begging of you – join us to the moon.”Meanwhile, UK Eurovision runner Sam Ryder, has announced details of a new 2022 London show at brand new venue Outernet on November 24. Tickets for the event go on sale this Friday (May 20) at 9am here.In Ukraine meanwhile, their win was said to bring “incredible happiness” to a country under invasion by Russia.Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Instagram that the courage of the war-torn country “impresses the world” and congratulated Kalush Orchestra on their victory.He then went on to promise to host Eurovision in the future in a “free, peaceful and rebuilt” Mariupol, a city currently largely under Russian control.
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Eurovision's hottest ever moments - daring splits in assless chaps to naked jumpsuit
Eurovision Song Contest is always one of the most magical and memorable music events of the year, but sometimes it's the singer's sexy outfits that steal the show.The famous song contest is hosted in the biggest cities in Europe every year, but no matter where the competition takes place, it's usually home to some of the most alluring outfits on the planet.It was only last year that Italy's topless stars Måneskin were crowned Eurovision winners after gracing the stage in their tight leather trousers.This year, Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra won the contest in an international show of support following the country's war against Russia.The UK managed to soar to second place under the wing of Space Man singer Sam Ryder, one of Britain's best rankings in recent history.However, this year it was Spain's stunning singer Chanel who stole the show in the glamour department.As we bid farewell to the contest for another year, Daily Star have rounded up the hottest moments in Eurovision history.Spain's act Chanel dropped jaws when she stepped onto the stage in a jewel-encrusted dress with assless chaps.The sizzling Cuban singer showed off her killer curves in the racy outfit as she danced seductively to a track - SloMo - that's sure to be a summer pop anthem.She risked a major wardrobe malfunction right at the start of her dance when she did the splits in the skintight outfit, which was slashed around her thighs and peachy derriere.The brunette bombshell rolled around the stage as she sang sensual lyrics such as: "booty hypnotic / make you want more".It's safe to say Chanel left viewers hot under the collar with her choreography on Saturday (May 16), and some said the "Latin Queen" was the best act of the night.The pop star still