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U2 to perform in Trafalgar Square for the Europe Music Awards

Entertainment, Music
Words: Lavinia Petrucci | Subbing: Bernadette Galbraith U2 have decided to celebrate their Global Icon award with a free performance for MTV Presents Trafalgar Square. Part of the performance will be broadcast during the EMAs this Sunday. The Europe Music Awards will be in London this Sunday. The show always features a live performance from a landmark of the city hosting the awards and this year U2 will be performing in Trafalgar Square for 7,000 people. The band will be honoured with the global icon award during the ceremony, which will be held at the SSE Arena in Wembley. Previous recipients of the award include Queen (2011), Eminem (2013) and Whitney Houston (2012). Their performance will be this Saturday and is free to attend. Tickets for this exclusive event have to be won thr...

Guess who’s back, back again!: Eminem set to make a comeback performance at this years EMA’s.

Entertainment, Featured
Words: Stella Akinwumi | Subbing: Bella Dawe Prepare to lose yourself! Eminem will be making his comeback at this Sunday’s MTV European Music Awards in London. https://twitter.com/EminemFootprint/status/923963393324736512 There have been talks about Eminem releasing a new album for several years, and it looks like the wait may finally be over. The rapper confirmed his ninth studio album, reportedly named ‘REVIVAL’, and will be debut new material at the SSE Arena in  Wembley. A source told The Sun “It will be a massive performance, this is Eminem fully relaunching his career, after a few years out and gathering his thoughts.” Eminem recently made headlines with a BET freestyle about President Donald Trump, which was followed by album adverts, teasing fans with new music. The star

Everyone’s a Storyteller: A guide to some of the best podcasts out there

Entertainment
Words: Joanne Clark | Subbing: Bella Dawe On the average journey around London, whether you’re on a tube, a train or a bus, you’ll see people distracting themselves from their travels. Some may be reading a book or magazine, or the latest issue of the Metro or Evening Standard, depending on the time of day. Others will have their headphones in, either listening to music, an audiobook, or even a podcast. The choice of podcasts is immense. You can listen to someone investigating a murder in Serial; two YouTubers talking about their careers and misadventures in an apartment in LA; or try to conceal your laughter in public listening to My Dad Wrote a Porno. Podcasts aren’t entirely new, but they have become more and more mainstream over the past couple of years. The annual report from Edi

This is how “The Simpsons” supported Puerto Rico

Entertainment, Film & TV
Words: Sal Fasone | Subbing: Bernadette Galbraith The Simpsons decided to step up Puerto Rico relief efforts in a one minute video where Moe, the bartender helps raise money and trolls Donald Trump, following Hurricane Maria. In the video, character Moe talks about San Juan Mayor, Carmen Yulin Cruz who's recently been involved in Twitter feuds with President Trump after speaking out about the devastating hurricane. Moe, who shed a tear after the news, asks Barney to pay his bar-tab of $25,000 which he decides to donate to Puerto Rico. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2V8cvXqP0k After The Simpsons posted the video, Cruz responded: "Thank you Moe for understanding how we feel. We have very little power but having @TheSimpsons in our corner fills our hearts with light." https://twi
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