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RIHANNA wowed the V Festival crowd tonight as she closed the opening day at Weston Park.While Justin Bieber left fans cold after he was accused of miming during his set in Hylands Park in Chelmsford, up in Staffordshire Rihanna left her audience wanting more.The pop princess took to the stage in long culottes, one leg of which was open, and a brown leather lave-up corset.She teamed the unusual outfit with white heeled boots, a choker and bracelets and left her hair straight with dark brown lipstick.But it was her set that wowed as fans took to Twitter to sing her praises.One shared a selfie of him and his happy friends and wrote: “Best night of my life, @rihanna killed it, belter from start to finish #VFestival.” Even singer Sia tweeted her amazement and wrote: "@rihanna your voice just gets sicker and sicker. Sometimes I think your heart and guts are gonna come out your mouth. SO GOOD.”And you had to feel for those fans that were unable to get a ticket as … [Read more...] about Rihanna wows V Festival crowds but Justin Bieber disappoints as the headliners close first day
JUSTIN Bieber opened up to the V Festival crowd tonight and admitted he was feeling homesick as he headlined the first day.The pop star took to the stage at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, Essex and told his fans that he was missing his family.As he introduced his song Company, he said: “"I've been on tour a long time now - away from my friends and family.“It gets tough sometimes... You just need Company."Justin, 22, chatted a lot to the audience as he came on stage in ripped jeans and a stripy hoodie, and praised the UK for not being fake.He said: “You guys don't like to fake anything in the UK, which I respect. How beautiful is the world? Who here values their life? I think growing up we go through periods here we don't value life as much as we should.“I know I went through a period where I didn't value life like I should have. Life is a gift - none of us asked to be here - we all have our own problems. I don't know how you guys felt coming here today and you … [Read more...] about ‘It gets tough sometimes’: Justin Bieber reveals his homesickness as he headlines the first day of the V Festival
JUSTIN Bieber has been blasted by V Festival fans for miming during his headline set.The Canadian closed the first night of the annual event in Essex on Saturday but a number of audience members were quick to take to social media to criticise his performance.One attendee wrote: "Gutted! I love love love Justin Bieber but tonight at V he was miming, Not cool" while another simply wrote: "Justin Bieber you miming p****. #vfest".The 22-year-old took to the stage in a mustard yellow, blue and white striped hooded top and jeans, and while he performed a number of choreographed routines, his lack of live vocals upset many Beliebers who had shelled out to see him.One wrote: "Nah @justinbieber is miming at V Fest. I ain’t paid £80 for a ticket to his tour to listen to his CD and see him run around the stage."Another made reference to how much the star will have earnred from agreeing to headline V Festival, writing: "@justinbieber; miming at V fest, nice one. You’re getting … [Read more...] about V Festival fans blast Justin Bieber for miming during his headlining set
A TURKISH newspaper has sparked outrage with a homophobic headline labelling victims of the Orlando massacre "perverts".Yeni Akit paper, known for its right-wing stance, used the sick headline: "Death toll rises to 50 in bar where perverted homosexuals go."It comes after 50 people were killed and 53 injured by ISIS fanatic Omar Mateen, 29, in gay club Pulse, Florida.The paper, which has ties to Turkey's justice and Development Party previously led by President Recep Tayyip Erdegan, has supported Al-Qaeda in the past.The headline seemingly supports the horror massacre, which President Obama described as an "act of terror and hate".Around 350 people were thought to be inside the club when the crazed gunman shot the doorman and stormed in.Mateen, from Port St Lucie, Florida, was armed with an assault rifle and handgun when he opened fire at revellers.The atrocity is the worst mass-shooting in American history and the biggest terror attack in the US since 9/11.Obama has said Americans are … [Read more...] about Turkish newspaper sparks outrage with sick homophobic headline about Orlando
In this age of information overload, personal stories are often sidelined by the roar of headlines. At WorldLink, we endeavor to redress that balance. Through exclusive interviews and reports from around the globe, our hourlong weekly show offers a glimpse into how current affairs affect people's lives. We explore the German view of the world and vice versa, reflecting the questions of the day. From the integration of a million refugees to the issues that will play out at the ballot box in upcoming federal elections, we offer a chance to see things from a very human perspective. Produced in Bonn, Germany since 2011, the show is available on radio, SoundCloud, in DW's media center or via the podcast on iTunes or RSS feed. We welcome your feedback on our DW Global Society Facebook page. Meet the team: Samantha Early Samantha Early is half-German, half-Croatian and 100 percent Kiwi. After studying journalism at the New Zealand Broadcasting School in Christchurch, she worked in … [Read more...] about WorldLink: The personal stories behind the headlines
Some 80,000 music fans will attend Rock am Ring this coming weekend at the Nürburgring racetrack in the Eifel Mountains in western Germany. Held at the location between 1985 and 2014, the storied rock music festival spent the last two years at the Mending Air Base. But due to the need for major investment at the new site - not helped by a washed out event last year - organizers have decided to return to the scene where the likes of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Bob Dylan, Joe Cocker, Bon Jovi and Guns N'Roses have rocked the masses for three decades. German hard rockers Rammstein headline the three-day event, and will perform on the opening night on Friday, June 2. More than 80 bands will be appearing on the three stages at Nürburgring. Also on the bill are Die Toten Hosen, System Of A Down, the Beatsteaks, Five Finger Death Punch, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Suicide Silence, and Slaves. In response to the Manchester terrorist attack, Rock am Ring has joined the Wacken … [Read more...] about Rammstein headline Rock am Ring as festival returns to its roots
“We're all behaving today, there's no need for you to be here. A happy picture doesn't make news,” one England fan said to me opposite the “La Loca” cafe in Lens ahead of their game against Wales. I wanted to point out that I was in fact there that day to show exactly that – the happy picture. Violent clashes in the south have stolen the headlines, sapping the sporting aspects of the tournament, and even the pre-June fear of further terrorist attacks. The need for positive images was all the more necessary, particularly considering they’ve been the overwhelming sight at Euro 2016 so far. In front of me, hundreds of fans from both countries were enjoying brief spells of sunshine and the beer that everyone thought wasn't going to be there. “I was told to pour out my beer at the train station, but then I walked up the road and got a new one at the bar,” another England fan told me. Although the English fans are perhaps a few decibels … [Read more...] about Perspective key amid negative Euro 2016 headlines
Away from the sporting competitions, Vancouver's games have been marred by a series of problems and controversies which have threatened to eclipse the achievements of the athletes. The Olympic organizers have had to contend with the death of a Georgian luger Nodar Kumarishtavili; cancellations and postponements of events due to warm temperatures and a lack of snow; transportation problems for athletes and the public alike; nearly 28,000 ticket cancellations; and technical hitches, from the breakdown of an ice-making machine; to the malfunctioning of the Olympic cauldron – the symbol of any Games. There have also been concerns about security at the Olympics after it was revealed this week that a mentally ill man had managed to breach security and get within meters of US Vice President Joe Biden at the technically-blighted opening ceremony. Media campaign focusing on Vancouver's failings Controversy has been building since the glitchy opening ceremony On top of the … [Read more...] about Sporting glory competes with controversy for headlines in Vancouver