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    LEEDS UNITED ace Raphinha revealed how he became friends with ‘idol’ Ronaldinho through his dad.  The Whites winger’s father Maninho came from the same Brazilian city of Porto Alegre and was childhood pals with the Samba legend.  3Raphinha dedicated his goal against Southampton last month to Ronaldinho’s mumCredit: Getty 3The Brazilian legend lost his mother recently to coronavirusCredit: Icon Sport - Getty Raphinha dedicated his goal against Southampton last month to Ronaldinho’s mum, who recently died from coronavirus, by lifting his shirt to show a message of support.   Ronaldinho sent the new Elland Road favourite a congratulatory video message after he scored his first goal against Everton in November. And the £17million signing from Rennes said: “Since I was little he was my greatest idol because of the way he played.  “The joy and spontaneity he played with on the pitch and the happiness that emanated from him - I...
    RYAN Seacrest has quit as E! Live's Red Carpet host after 14 years after his show Keeping Up With the Kardashians came to an end. The popular TV personality announced the bombshell news on his Instagram account on Thursday afternoon. 11Ryan Seacrest will be leaving his role as E! Live's Red Carpet hostCredit: Getty Images - Getty 11The bombshell news comes after his show KUWTK came to an endCredit: Getty Images Ryan wrote: "After 14 years of hosting E!’s Live from the Red Carpet I’ve decided to move on to new adventures. "I’ll miss the whole crew that works so hard behind the scenes and of course my amazing partner Giuliana [Rancic]. "Thanks to everyone for watching all these years." Seacrest is juggling a lot of plates in his career, hosting"American Idol," first on Fox and now ABC. He's also on the radio with "On Air...
    THIS is the moment the husband of a Pop Idol star blasts a masked burglar dead with 16 bullets to protect his family. Fadi El-Hachem - the dentist husband of former-Arab Idol judge Nancy Ajram - shot Syrian Mohammed Hassan al-Moussa 16 times during the terrifying break-in in Lebanon. 5CCTV footage shows El-Hachem pursuing al-Moussa into another roomCredit: Cairo Scene/Facebook 5Fadi El-Hachem is married is to former Arab Pop Idol judge Nancy AjramCredit: Instagram 5A masked al-Moussa is seen looking around a room inside the houseCredit: Cairo Scene/Facebook El-Hachem has been charged with "intentional killing, but in legitimate self-defence" after the shooting in January. The CCTV footage shows how when burglar al-Moussa notices someone coming around the corner he quickly pulls out a gun. A man then tries to grab an item - which is understood to be a piece of furniture - to shield himself and then he tries to get away....
    Quinn Cook spoke with Insider about joining the team he and his late father worshipped together and mourning his childhood idol, the late Kobe Bryant. AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill Los Angeles Lakers point guard Quinn Cook won his third NBA championship upon Los Angeles' victory over the Miami Heat Sunday night. Cook, who grew up a Lakers and Kobe Bryant superfan, took time to honor his late father and the Black Mamba after earning a ring with the purple and gold. Back in May, Cook spoke with Insider about joining the team he idolized as a child, mourning Bryant, and finding mentorship from Los Angeles' veterans. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Just three years ago, Quinn Cook was bouncing between the NBA and the G League, struggling to find a foothold in the pros despite showing promise at the college and minor-league levels. But on Sunday...
    Aleksandar Rakic spoke to FanSided prior to his UFC Vegas 8 main event against Anthony Smith. Aleksandar Rakić is a rising star in the UFC light heavyweight division. This coming Saturday night he will be stepping into the Octagon against a former title challenger Anthony Smith. The road to this main event was paved with hard work in a tough training camp that featured a legend of the sport. Like many fighters training this time around was altered to compensate for the global pandemic, however, Rakić and his team made the most of the last few weeks. “My training camp, this one was my hardest one, and the most quality,” Rakić told FanSided. “I did my training camp at American Top Team in Zagreb, Croatia. Me and my whole team went there and another coach came from Sweden, so it was me and four coaches, and many sparring partners and we did...
    Jesús Aguilar will play the 2020 MLB season with the Miami Marlins Jesús Aguilar took advantage of his stay in Miami to share with the Latin music legend, Oscar D’León. The Miami Marlins player snapped a photo that quickly went viral among Venezuelan fans. Aguilar has had a career of ups and downs in the MLB, but his signing with the Marlins can be an excellent opportunity for him to rank among the top MLB power hitters. In the 2019 season with the Milwaukee Brewers and Tampa Bay Rays, Aguilar had a .236 batting average and a .325 OBP, with 12 home runs and 50 RBIs.
    “American Idol” winner Laine Hardy has examined constructive for COVID-19. The nation crooner, 19, shared the information on his Instagram Story and Fb web page on Sunday. “This isn’t what I anticipated on the primary day of summer time,” he wrote. “My physician confirmed I’ve Coronavirus, however my signs are gentle and I’m residence recovering in quarantine.” He concluded by including: “Y’all keep secure & wholesome!” Hardy carried out Friday on the swearing-in ceremonies for Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard’s third time period the place he carried out the nationwide anthem, The Advocate reported. Over the weekend he shared a summery picture of himself together with his arm round Miss Louisiana Teen USA Sydney Taylor, who shared on her web page that she was additionally struck by the virus however her signs have been additionally “very gentle.” Hardy just lately accomplished a digital tour that was watched by greater...
    AMERICAN Idol winner Laine Hardy has tested positive for coronavirus. The 19-year-old - who won last year's season of the ABC show - announced the news on social media but insisted his symptoms are "mild" and he's "recovering" at home. 5 American Idol winner Laine Hardy has tested positive for coronavirusCredit: Getty Images - Getty Laine wrote on Facebook and Instagram: "This wasn’t what I expected on the first day of summer. "My doctor confirmed I have Coronavirus, but my symptoms are mild and I’m home recovering in quarantine." The singer added: "Y’all stay safe & healthy!" Laine had performed on Friday, singing the national anthem at swearing-in ceremonies for Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard's third term, The Advocate reported. The singer has been treating fans to virtual concerts, since he was unable to go on his tour due to the pandemic. 5 He told fans he has "mild" symptoms and...
    Getty American Idol winner Laine Hardy examined optimistic for the coronavirus, he introduced through Fb on June 21. American Idol winner Laine Hardy examined optimistic for the coronavirus, he introduced through Fb and Instagram story on June 21. As famous by The Advocate, he sang the “Nationwide Anthem” at swearing-in ceremonies in Louisana on June 19 and June 13. “This wasn’t what I anticipated on the primary day of summer time. My physician confirmed I’ve Coronavirus, however my signs are gentle and I’m house recovering in quarantine. Y’all keep protected & wholesome!” he wrote, as famous by Individuals journal. The put up garnered greater than 23,000 reactions from his followers on Fb, as tons of shared the put up and flooded the feedback part. Most followers wished for him to get effectively quickly and to have a fast restoration.Hardy Has Been Sharing...
    Laine Hardy, the 2019 winner of “American Idol,” says he has been diagnosed with COVID-19 but his symptoms are mild and he is recovering under home quarantine. “This wasn’t what I expected on the first day of summer,” the 19-year-old singer from Livingston, Louisiana, wrote on his Facebook page and on Instagram. “My doctor confirmed I have Coronavirus, but my symptoms are mild." He ended his tweet: “Y’all stay safe & healthy!” Hardly had performed Friday, singing the national anthem at swearing-in ceremonies for Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard’s third term, The Advocate reported. Hardy also recently completed a virtual tour that was watched by more than 2 million viewers. And his next livestream is scheduled Thursday evening. Acoustic versions of his new songs “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country” will debut on Friday. © Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material...
    LIVINGSTON, La. – Laine Hardy, the 2019 winner of “American Idol,” says he has been diagnosed with COVID-19 but his symptoms are mild and he is recovering under home quarantine. “This wasn’t what I expected on the first day of summer,” the 19-year-old singer from Livingston, Louisiana, wrote on his Facebook page and on Instagram. “My doctor confirmed I have Coronavirus, but my symptoms are mild." He ended his tweet: “Y’all stay safe & healthy!” Hardly had performed Friday, singing the national anthem at swearing-in ceremonies for Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard’s third term, The Advocate reported. Hardy also recently completed a virtual tour that was watched by more than 2 million viewers. And his next livestream is scheduled Thursday evening. Acoustic versions of his new songs “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country” will debut on Friday. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights...
    LIVINGSTON, La. (AP) — Laine Hardy, the 2019 winner of “American Idol,” says he has been diagnosed with COVID-19 but his symptoms are mild and he is recovering under home quarantine. “This wasn’t what I expected on the first day of summer,” the 19-year-old singer from Livingston, Louisiana, wrote on his Facebook page and on Instagram. “My doctor confirmed I have Coronavirus, but my symptoms are mild.” He ended his tweet: “Y’all stay safe & healthy!” Hardly had performed Friday, singing the national anthem at swearing-in ceremonies for Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard’s third term, The Advocate reported. Hardy also recently completed a virtual tour that was watched by more than 2 million viewers. And his next livestream is scheduled Thursday evening. Acoustic versions of his new songs “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country” will debut on Friday.
    Laine Hardy, the old soul with a modern twist who took home the title of “American Idol” in 2019, revealed that he has been diagnosed with coronavirus. The 19-year-old Livingston, La., native made the statement in a Facebook post on Sunday and described his symptoms as “mild.” “This wasn’t what I expected on the first day of summer," he wrote in the note, which was also shared on his Instagram Story. ‘AMERICAN IDOL’ ALUM GABBY BARRETT SAYS DEBUT ALBUM ‘GOLDMINE’ IS A NOD TO YEARS OF ‘HARD WORK’ He continued: “My doctor confirmed I have Coronavirus, but my symptoms are mild and I’m home recovering in quarantine. Y’all stay safe & healthy!” Hardy had performed Friday, singing the national anthem at swearing-in ceremonies for Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard’s third term, The Advocate reported. CARRIE UNDERWOOD WON 'AMERICAN IDOL' 15 YEARS AGO: A LOOK BACK AT THE SINGER'S BIGGEST MOMENTS Hardy also...
    LIVINGSTON, La. (AP) — Laine Hardy, the 2019 winner of “American Idol,” says he has been diagnosed with COVID-19 but his symptoms are mild and he is recovering under home quarantine. “This wasn’t what I expected on the first day of summer,” the 19-year-old singer from Livingston, Louisiana, wrote on his Facebook page and on Instagram. “My doctor confirmed I have Coronavirus, but my symptoms are mild." He ended his tweet: “Y’all stay safe & healthy!” Hardly had performed Friday, singing the national anthem at swearing-in ceremonies for Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard’s third term, The Advocate reported. Hardy also recently completed a virtual tour that was watched by more than 2 million viewers. And his next livestream is scheduled Thursday evening. Acoustic versions of his new songs “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country” will debut on Friday. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This...
    For the past decade, Chris D’Elia, one of the country’s top club comedians who packs theatres hundreds of times a year, has enjoyed the special status afforded to a few middle-aged comics who grasp and expertly deploy devices of the Gen-Z internet.  The 40-year-old stand-up, who has three Netflix specials and a Comedy Central special called White Male. Black Comic, has maintained massive followings across social media—on Twitter, where he has 1.1 million followers; on Instagram, where he has 2.4 million followers; on TikTok, where he has 158,300 followers, despite posting just nine videos; and, when it was around, on Vine, the zoomer internet ur-text, where he once shared his six-second videos with more than 2 million people. He also has a podcast. Its fans are called “babies.” D’Elia’s capacity for meme-making has often ballooned out into elaborate online jokes. After D’Elia nailed an Eminem impression in 2018, the rapper...
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