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Stevie Nicks Says Catching COVID-19 Might Destroy Her Voice Permanently – Urges Fans To Take It Seriously

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Tony Ayres’ ‘The Fires’ Anthology Series Explores Australian Megafires

Bruce Haring pmc-editorial-managerTony Ayres Productions (TAP) is developing The Fires, a six-part anthology series drawing on the experiences of those directly affected by the Australian megafires of last summer.The company, which has an exclusive deal with NBCUniversal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group, has ABC already on board with the series in Australia.The creative team includes Tony Ayres (Clickbait, Stateless, The Slap), Andrea Denholm (Wrong Kind of Black, It’s A Date) and Liz Watts (The King, True History of the Kelly Gang).
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5 talking points as Rangers inspired by brilliant Borna Barisic and shoot to Premiership summit

St Johnstone at Ibrox to pass the first real psychological test of the title race and go top of the pile on goal difference. With Celtic out of action for the next two fixtures thanks to Boli Bolingoli's impromptu trip to Spain, Steven Gerrard 's men knew they had the chance to establish an 11 point lead before their rivals were back in action.
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Zac Efron is starting a new movie project for Disney+

 Zac Efron  is set to star in Disney’s Remake ‘Three Men and a Baby’, the 80’s classic comedy which starred Tom Selleck, Ted Danson, and Steve Guttenberg. The Hollywood star will presumably be playing the role of Guttenberg in the original 1987 box office hit.
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Bernardo Silva says Tottenham Hotspur shock is Champions League warning for Man City

straight to your inboxBernardo Silva is homing in on the Champions League trophy – but he is refusing to take quarter-final opponents Lyon for granted.The Manchester City midfielder has been given an extra incentive to lift the trophy this year, with the finals tournament being switched to his home town of Lisbon.And City are seen by some as favourites to win the competition, especially after knocking out Real Madrid in the last 16.But Bernardo says there is no way they will be looking beyond the meeting with the French side at the Jose Alvalade Stadium on Saturday night.When asked about being pitched against one of the lesser-known clubs left in the tournament, Bernardo was having none of it.“Anything can happen,” he said.
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