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    An acrobat slipped from her partner's hands and crashed to the stage at a Mexican restaurant while a singer continued her rendition of Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You.' Footage filmed by a guest showed the duo performing a routine during a show at the Don Comalón restaurant in Comala, Colima, last Thursday. The aerialist, identified as Angy, is pulled up from the stage as her partner, Estefano, is suspended above air by a cable.  Angy positioned her legs around Estefano's arms that were stretched out as the spun around while the singer sang Houston's hit song from the film, 'The Bodyguard.' La bailarina acróbata que cayó ayer en Don Comalón afirma que está bien."Espero que entiendan que los accidentes suceden, todo está bien, seguimos de pie", dijo en la parte final del show. pic.twitter.com/LN2I57IwLM— Oscar Adrián Luna (@OscarAdrianL) September 2, 2022 An aerialist named Angy (left) is seen crashing to the stage at a restaurant in Colima, Mexico, while the singer (right) continued her rendition of Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You' Angy sat on the shoulders of...
    (CNN)The uncrewed Artemis I mission will get another attempt at launching on a journey around the moon on Saturday.The two-hour launch window opens at 2:17 p.m. ET on September 3.After the launch was scrubbed Monday morning, the launch team spent the remainder of the day evaluating data gathered during the attempt. Mission managers shared an update Tuesday evening.The Artemis I stack, which includes the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft, continues to sit on Launchpad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.One of the rocket's four RS-25 engines, identified as engine #3, could not reach the proper temperature range that is required for the engine to start at liftoff. Read MoreThe engines need to be thermally conditioned before supercold propellant flows through them before liftoff. To prevent the engines from experiencing any temperature shocks, the launch controllers increase the pressure of the core stage liquid hydrogen tank to send a little bit of the liquid hydrogen to the engines. This is known as a "bleed."The liquid hydrogen is about minus 423 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 252 degrees Celsius).Mission managers suspected...
    More On: harry styles Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde address ‘toxic negativity’ from fans over romance Harry Styles hits back at ‘queerbaiting’ allegations Florence Pugh, Zach Braff’s ‘A Star Is Born’ split: ‘She’s super hot, he’s plateaued’ Harry Styles rocks sheer crochet shirt for night out with Olivia Wilde Remnants of neon boas covered the dingy floors of Penn Station early Monday morning, scuttling between the feet of time-pressed New Yorkers en route to start another grueling workweek. But the neglected pink, yellow and green feathers weren’t leftover from a pride parade or a very early Halloween celebration — they belonged to fans of Harry Styles, the flamboyant pop superstar who performed just upstairs at Madison Square Garden on Saturday and Sunday. Styles, 28, is in the midst of a 15-date run at the iconic Midtown venue as part of his “Love on Tour,” and he’s just getting his feet wet with it. The One Direction alum returned to the stage Monday night for only the third show of his...
    Pete Doherty returned to Glastonbury to perform with The Libertines, as the rocker was spotted signing a fan's arm on arrival to Worthy Farm in Pilton on Friday. Renowned for his drug-fuelled youth and rocker antics, the 43-year-old guitarist and vocalist returned to the music festival this year after adopting a clean-living lifestyle and moving to France. Pete famously 'married' Kate Moss in a joke ceremony at the festival 11 years ago - the couple dated on and off from 2005 to 2007. A far cry from his bad-boy naughties image, Pete is set to take the stage with bandmates Carl Barât, John Hassall, and Gary Powell. He's back: Clean-living Pete Doherty returned to Glastonbury on Friday to perform with the Libertines - as he was snapped signing a fan's arm Despite disbanding in 2004, the band reunited in 2020 for a series of shows - and are set to perform together again as the music festival returns for the first time in three years. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next That's not Britney, b****! Madonna snogs scantily clad......
    The Saudis have taken to making fun of Joe Biden with a television sketch that portrays him as doddering and forgetful, which has since gone viral. The SNL-style skit comes from the show 'Studio 22', and features Vice President Kamala Harris played by a man in drag who has to guide Biden to the podium and help him when he loses his train of thought. The one minute clip has Biden wandering off stage, forgetting the name of the Russian president, falling asleep mid-sentence and calling his Vice President 'First Lady'.  'Listen to me,' the president says. 'I have a very important message for you. The message is…'  And he falls asleep.  'We're going to talk about the crisis in Africa,' the Biden says. Harris has to correct him once again, bringing him back on course to discuss Russia.  It ends with Kamala Harrison holding up a sleeping Joe Biden and demanding that the audience 'clap for your president right now'.  The SNL-style skit from the show 'Studio 22' opens with Biden and Harris walking onto the stage and then...
    Many Broadway shows that come with brash boldfaces. Daniel Craig in Macbeth. Got it. Debra Messing aging until she’s 107. Oooook! Billy Crystal as Mr. Saturday Night. Ta-dah! But in the roster of April’s relentless battery of star-drenched Tony season openings, The Little Prince (Broadway Theatre, booking through August 14) has elicited shrugs and intrigue, for here are no celebrities and no firecracker drama; rather an adaptation of the classic children’s book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, first published in 1943, using acrobatics, lighting, and dance. Children seemed rapt watching it in front of this critic, and so were adults. This production began life in Paris three years ago, and has journeyed to Dubai and Sydney since. In a landscape of theatrical bombast, it is a bewitching, unexpected curio. Its librettist and co-director Chris Mouron narrates the story from the stage as if imparting an urgent ghost story, while actors including Lionel Zalachas (the Little Prince), Aurélien Bednarek (the Aviator), and Laurisse Sulty (the Rose) enact a strange dreamworld beside and around her. Even after an uneven opening stretch,...
    No one is entirely sure why, or even how, the mighty Stonehenge was built around 5,000 years ago. Now, a new study argues the world-famous Wilshire monument served as an ancient solar calendar, helping people track the days of the year. Professor Timothy Darvill, an archaeologist at Bournemouth University, has analysed the numbers and positioning of Stonehenge's great sandstone slabs, called sarsens. Sarsens form all 15 stones of Stonehenge's central horseshoe, the uprights and lintels of the outer circle, as well as outlying stones such as the Heel Stone, the Slaughter Stone and the Station Stones.  Stonehenge, Professor Darvill says, was a 'simple and elegant' perpetual calendar based on a tropical solar year of 365.25 days.  He says the entire site was the physical representation of one month (lasting 30 days) – and that the 30 stones in the sarsen circle each represented one day within the month.  It's thought that people at Stonehenge simply marked the days of the month each represented by a stone, perhaps using a small stone or a wooden peg.    It had long been thought that...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — He’s an actor, dancer, singer, director, and favorite son of Pittsburgh — and Billy Porter says he owes it all to dreaming the impossible. Porter has won an Emmy, a Grammy, and a Tony award, graduated from Pittsburgh’s CAPA and Carnegie Mellon University, but says he was bullied growing up, until he took the stage. “It was always the torment, like, having to go to school every day. ‘So, what’s gonna happen today?’ Until the fifth grade talent show. Then, all of a sudden, it was like, ‘Oh. Shoot. Well, let me sing, let keep singing so I can stop getting beat,'” Porter said on CBS Sunday Morning. (Photo Credit: KDKA/CBS Sunday Morning) Porter says as a child growing up in a religious family, he was sent to a psychologist and was sexually assaulted by his stepfather. “He uh, said to my mother in front of me, ‘Billy’s fine, he’s just, you know. You just need a man around the house, teach him how to be more of a man,'” Porter said. “So...
    Life-size camel sculptures in Saudi Arabia that were originally thought to be 2,000 years old actually date back 8,000 years, new analysis has revealed. The discovery makes them almost twice the age of Britain's Stonehenge, where stones were hauled into their unique circle around 2500 BC. It had previously been estimated that the 21 camel, horse and other equid figures — found covered in stone in the Saudi desert in 2018 — were about 2,000 years old and had been made after the end of the Iron Age. This is because they share similarities with artworks in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra, which was half-carved into rock around two millennia ago. However, cutting-edge dating methods revealed that the estimate was out by 6,000 years, with the sculptures likely to date back to around 6000 BC when the now arid deserts of northern Saudi Arabia were 'a savannah-like grassland scattered with lakes and trees'. Life-size camel sculptures in Saudi Arabia (pictured) that were originally thought to be 2,000 years old actually date back 8,000 years, new analysis has revealed It had...
    Women should be crafting their diet and exercise routines around their period in order to see results fast, a personal trainer has revealed. Sophie Allen, 30, says women should adjust how they eat and exercise according to where they are at in the menstrual cycle, which has four stages: menstruation, the follicular phase, ovulation and the luteal phase. Throughout this cycle, the Melbourne fitness coach says fluctuating hormones affect hunger, energy levels, how the body burns carbs and fats, balance, coordination and sleep, which is why a tailored training plan can pay dividends in the gym. During menstruation - where the lining of the uterus sheds, causing women to bleed for anywhere from three to 10 days - Ms Allen says it's best to focus on low intensity strength training while keeping step count high in order to build lean muscle.  Scroll down for video Australian personal trainer Sophie Allen (pictured) says women should adjust how they eat and exercise according to where they're at in their menstrual cycle During menstruation the 30-year-old (pictured) says it's best to...
    Diego Maradona wasn’t only the greatest soccer player of the 1980s, his legacy will ensure that he will be remembered as one of the best ever! This year has been a terrible one for many around the world. Start with the pandemic, followed by lockdowns and an economic collapse that has impacted millions. I had the joy of watching Maradona play as a boy. I even saw him play in person for Napoli in 1987 in a Coppa Italia game against Modena. Napoli won 4-0, but the highlight for me was Maradona’s goal. Although his success each Sunday with Napoli is what I remember most, it was what Maradona did at the World Cup that most fans around the globe recall most as tributes continue to pour in. His final bow on the World Cup stage came in 1994 after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs. Not the be outdone, Maradona re-emerged on the World Cup stage as Argentina’s coach at the 2010 tournament. In life, Maradona was known as “El Pibe de Oro” (The Golden Boy) for his playing abilities....
    (CNN)Sarah Cooper's spot-on parodies of President Trump turned her into a social-media sensation, a promotional opportunity that didn't present an obvious way to translate that into a more expansive version. Happily, her guest-star-studded Netflix variety special incorporates her most famous shtick -- satirically lip-synching Trump speeches and interviews -- while adding a few extremely clever sketches and, perhaps inevitably, a couple clunkier bits akin to the last 15 minutes of "Saturday Night Live."The central concept of "Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine" casts the comic and writer as the host of a happy-talk morning show by the same title, slowly losing her mind (understandably) as she tries to maintain a perpetual faux smile while a pandemic-plagued world crumbles around her.That provides the excuse for a mix of news segments (including a Trump call-in, with Cooper portraying him on the golf course), commercial spoofs and bizarre flights of fancy, punctuated by a parade of big-name guests (the best by far being an interlude with Helen Mirren) indicative of how many admirers Cooper has amassed.Directed by Natasha Lyonne, this exercise in what might be...
    BDT Stage has been around since 1977— pretty much the heyday of the dinner theater movement in the United States. In March, the company opened its production of Ragtime; the day after opening night, BDT was forced to shut it down again over COVID-19. This was heartbreaking, says artistic director Michael J. Duran: “It had been very difficult bringing a cast together, and when we did, they were incredible. We had a beautiful, poignant show. I was so proud of it and the entire team. We all hoped that we would be able to get back up after a short time. We had no idea that we would still be doing this seven months later. “This has all been extremely difficult to navigate. How do we stay creative, keep our people working and keep everyone safe — employees and the public? We're faced with tough restrictions by the state and the City of Boulder. We are allowed 50 percent capacity or fifty people, whichever is less. So that limits us to 50 people. Singers have to be 25 feet from...
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