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Manchester Arena bombing inquiry: Mother tells how she held daughter killed in blast at Ariana Grande concert – The Independent

‘I wish it would have been me, not her,’ Lesley Callander tells public inquiry

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Blind BGT singer breaks down in tears on stage as Ant and Dec rush to check she’s ok – Mirror Online

Sirine Jahangir became very emotional during tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent semi-final and struggled to finish her song

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Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist Sirine Jahangir broke down in tears towards the end of her performance this evening, leaving the judges concerned.
The singer, who is blind, wowed this evening with her soaring vocals as she played the piano.
But as she sang her final note, Sirine began crying and both Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden looked incredibly worried.
Afterwards, she was taken by her dad to see hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who had hurried on stage to check that she was ok…

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Strictly’s Neil Jones ‘devastated’ as he’s dropped as a competitor and won’t receive partner – Mirror Online

The BBC have decided against Neil having a celebrity partner again this year, despite his success with Alex Jones last year, and his role has been reduced to ba…

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Strictly Come Dancing professional Neil Jones has been left devastated after being told he won’t receive a celebrity partner this year, it has been reported.
The 38-year-old was paired up for the first time ever last year with footballer Alex Scott since joining the show in 2016.
His ex Katya has had celebrity partners for years, and Neil had hoped that after his success with Alex in 2019 that he would be coupled up again in 2020.
However, the BBC have decided against it and his role has been…

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Molly Goddard brightens London fashion week with exuberant tulle – The Guardian

The designer who made her mark with Villanelle’s frothy dress in Killing Eve is bouncing back with fizzing explosions of colour

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When the fashion industry shut down in March, designer Molly Goddard thought she might never make another collection again. With orders rapidly cancelled as stores closed their doors, Goddard recalls being on the phone to my accountant every day. As the first wave receded and the world opened up, she began designing a few very pared back pieces. I was thinking I might make 10 simple white dresses, perhaps.
Then, as her team became able to spend some time together in the studio, more and more co…

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