Ariana Grande will feature in an hour-long BBC special on Thursday night to perform songs and discuss her music, life and career. The American pop princess recorded the show at the beginning of September in front of a live studio audience in London. Hosted by Davina McCall, fans will be treated to non-stop hits as Ariana takes to the stage to perform her best loved songs and tracks from her latest album Sweetener. As well music, Davina interviews the 25-year-old singer as she opens up about her mental health battles since the terror attack following her Manchester Arena concert on May 22, 2017. Ariana follows in the footsteps of Adele, Michael Bublé, Harry Styles, Sam Smith and U2 who have all also had their own BBC music specials. Here's what you need to know about the special programme. What time is it on? Ariana Grande at the BBC airs on November 1 at 8pm on BBC One. It finishes at 9pm. What will Ariana sing? If you want to be surprised, look away now as the full least of … [Read more...] about Ariana Grande at the BBC: When is it on and what is she singing?
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ARIANA Grande is set to give her fans a treat with a one-off TV special. But when is the show on? And can you still get tickets to see it? When is Ariana Grande at the BBC on TV? You can watch Ariana Grande at the BBC on Thursday, November 1, 2018, at 8pm on BBC One. You will be able to watch it again on the BBC iPlayer once it has aired. It goes up against Emmerdale on ITV and George Clarke's Old House, New House on Channel 4. The programme is an hour-long special with the singer. What is Ariana Grande at the BBC? Davina McCall will interview the US star, who will perform material from her new album, Sweetener, accompanied by an all-female orchestra. Ariana last appeared on BBC One when she headlined the One Love concert in Manchester. The all-star show was held to pay tribute and raise money for those affected by the suicide bombing at her concert on May 22, 2017 at Manchester Arena. The explosion killed 22 people. BREAK FREE Ariana Grande uses PLASTER to cover up tattoo of ex Pete … [Read more...] about What is the one-off special Ariana Grande at the BBC, are there still tickets available and when is it on TV?
Sport by Press Association 18/08/2018, 7:42 am FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Usain Bolt insisted his goal of playing professional football was no pipe dream as he arrived in Australia for his training stint with the Central Coast Mariners. The Jamaican touched down at Sydney International Airport on Saturday ahead of his “indefinite” trial with the A-League side. He will train with the team for the first time on Tuesday. The eight-time Olympic champion, who retired from athletics last year, said: “This is real. I’ve told the world that I want to be a footballer and I know what I can do for the Mariners who are giving me the opportunity to show what I’m capable of.” The 31-year-old has already trained with several clubs around the world, including Borussia Dortmund, Stromsgodset in Norway and Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa. Wearing a Mariners scarf as he addressed waiting media … [Read more...] about Bolt vows to show the world what he is made of at Central Coast Mariners
Sport by Press Association 07/08/2018, 11:46 am FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Usain Bolt’s dream of becoming a professional footballer has moved a step closer after earning an “indefinite” trial at Central Coast Mariners. The eight-time Olympic champion has expressed his desire to move into football following his retirement from athletics and will train with the A-League side to try and earn a contract. The 31-year-old has already trained with several clubs around the world, including Borussia Dortmund, Stromgodset and Mamelodi Sundowns, but his stint in Australia looks to be his best chance of winning a deal. He said on Central Coast Mariners’ official website: “I am very excited about coming to Australia and would like to thank the owner and management of the Central Coast Mariners for giving me this opportunity. “It has been my dream to play professional football and I know … [Read more...] about Usain Bolt given ‘indefinite’ trial at Central Coast Mariners
With the help of two priestesses and a rain stick shaped like an ancient Mesoamerican god, Mexico's "Grand Warlock" cast a spell Wednesday to help the nation at the World Cup. Antonio Vazquez -- better known as "El Brujo Mayor," a soothsayer famed for his annual predictions on politics and the news -- invoked the plumed serpent god Quetzalcoatl, worshipped by the Aztecs and other pre-Columbian peoples, to get the Mexican national team to at least the quarter-finals in Russia. "Give me all your force and power to break through heaven's doors, let Mexico reach the fifth match. Quetzalcoatl, let it be so," he said, his long white beard standing out against his green Mexico jersey. Mexico make their debut Sunday against reigning champions Germany in Group F, hoping to make it past the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time. "El Tri" have never beaten Germany at the tournament, but Vazquez brimmed with optimism. "We will at the very least have a 0-0 draw, or a 1-0 win for Mexico," he … [Read more...] about Mexico’s ‘Grand Warlock’ casts World Cup spell to help team