The nominees for the 2020 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony have been announced. The late musical figures Whitney Houston (who died in 2012) and the Notorious B.I.G. (who passed away in 1997) are among the 16 acts nominated. Also in the group are the Dave Matthews Band, Motorhead, Pat Benatar, Soundgarden, The Doobie Brothers, T.Rex and Thin Lizzy. She is included: Whitney Houston, seen here with her daughter Bobbi Kristina in 2011, has been nominated for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Both Whitney and Bobbi have passed away Current: Houston's hologram will be going on tour soon with the help of her estate Nine Inch Nails, Judas Priest, Rufus featuring Chaka Khan, Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk, MC5 and Todd Rundgren round out the 16 nominees for the 2020 class. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Scott Disick's girlfriend Sofia Richie gets her NINTH tattoo... Ryan Reynolds will star in Deadpool 3 as soon as Marvel and... Zoe Kravitz is cast as Catwoman in The … [Read more...] about Whitney Houston and Notorious B.I.G. are among the 16 acts nominated for the 35th annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony
Love Island Australia star Jessie risked a wardrobe malfunction on the show on Tuesday, when she worked out in a racy red swimsuit. And it seems the fans of the show have also noticed just barely-there some of the bikinis are. Some viewers took to Twitter to comment about the costumes, with one recently writing: 'Those G-string bikinis are a bit too much to handle.' 'Those G-string bikinis are a bit too much to handle': Love Island Australia fans SLAM the barely-there swimsuits on the show... after Jessie risked a wardrobe malfunction exercising in a racy red costume Another cheekily wrote: 'So... do the girls wear bikinis for six weeks?' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Would you wear this for a workout? Love Island's Jessie... 'I've got my life back': Love Island star Erin Barnett has... 'I'm coming out to my whole family': Love Island's Phoebe... 'I feel like you chose me in order to stay': Love Island... Share this article Share Another … [Read more...] about ‘Those G-string bikinis are a bit too much to handle’: Love Island Australia fans SLAM the barely-there swimsuits on the show… after Jessie risked a wardrobe malfunction exercising in a racy red costume
A hen-pecked husband tearfully told his murder trial 'I killed the woman I love' after she called him 'limp and useless' over his erectile dysfunction during a row about DIY. David Pomphret, a technology expert with Barclays bank, bludgeoned his wife Ann Marie more than 30 times at the stables they owned near their home in Winwick, Warrington. The couple, who shared their home with their 18-year-old daughter, had gone to pick up tools to fix the shower but the 'volatile' wife began 'ranting' at him, he claims. Pomphret told the trial she ranted at him, called their daughter a 'fat sl*g', mocked his sexual performance and slapped him, which prompted him to snap and beat her to death with a crowbar. David Pomphret (left) bludgeoned his wife Ann Marie (right) after he finally 'snapped' from all the abuse he suffered, Liverpool Crown Court heard Described as a 'quiet man', Pomphret suffered physical and mental abuse from his wife, who struggled with depression, was having … [Read more...] about Hen-pecked Barclays executive, 51, tells murder trial he battered wife to death after she mocked his erectile dysfunction and said he was encouraging their ‘fat sl*g’ daughter to go out for sex in row over DIY
20. My Baby Just Cares for Me (1987) After it was used for a perfume ad, Nina Simone’s jazz classic made it into the top 10 in the autumn of 1987. Inspired, no doubt, by the (non-Aardman) video for a successful re-release of Jackie Wilson’s Reet Petite earlier in the year, this music video became a second bite at claymation-meets-1950s. Peter Lord, who directed, went with a sultry singing cat and some artistic shots of piano keys. 19. Next (1990) Aardman Animation secured a high-profile commission from Channel 4 at the end of the 80s: a five-part short film series called Lip Sync, mostly comprising animation of pre-recorded interview material. Next, directed by Barry Purves, deviates from the concept: its basic gag is that William Shakespeare himself is auditioning for an uninterested Peter Hall. On the stage, Shakespeare whizzes through references to every one of his plays; Hall couldn’t be less impressed. Clever. 18. Going Equipped (1990) A more orthodox … [Read more...] about Aardman’s 20 best films – ranked!
My daughter spots them first, glinting like diamonds in the midday heat of the Moroccan sun, irresistible for small fingers to pick at. “Treasure!” she exclaims, kneeling down to pick clusters of tiny crystals out of the earth, some of them clear, others in ochres, oranges and yellows. From gold and silver to cobalt, nickel and zinc, the Atlas mountains are a mineral paradise, as well as an ancient and lucrative industry. Centuries ago, explains our walking guide Abdelkarim, the original silk route would have passed through these mountains en route to Timbuktu, transporting gold and silver from the area. Mining is big business in Morocco, its applications ranging from cobalt for phone batteries to quartz crystals in watches and zinc oxide in agriculture. Rich with ravines and canyons, waterfalls and wild flowers, the Atlas mountains stretch 2,500km, spanning Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, and separating the Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines from the Sahara desert. Today, … [Read more...] about Jewel of the Atlas: mining for pleasure in a Berber retreat