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Harry Styles officially cancels Australian and New Zealand ‘Love On Tour’ dates

Harry Styles‘ long-delayed Australian and New Zealand ‘Love On Tour’ dates have been officially cancelled.Styles was originally set to perform a string of arena dates in Australia in November of 2020. Those dates were postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, with Styles commenting at the time: “I really hope to play the shows as planned for 2021 but will continue to monitor the situation over the coming weeks and months.”Dates in the UK and Europe that were originally scheduled for April of 2020, then pushed back to February and March 2021, were also postponed indefinitely in December of 2020.Styles managed to carry out the North American leg of the world tour last year, performing dozens of shows between September and November of 2021.
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Arctic chill to hit UK as 'coldest night of the winter' coming this week
forecasters.A chilly outlook comes as the arrival of a deep cold spell from the North Pole could also last several weeks, bringing widespread frost and snow in some areas.Met Office forecaster Aidan McGivern has warned that Friday (21 January) could see the lowest temperatures of the year so far, saying: "On Friday morning, there'll be a widespread frost""It'll be perhaps the coldest night of the winter for some southern parts of the country."Maps from independent weather forecasting group WXCharts also show a massive plume of snow arriving from the Atlantic at the start of next month.Two centimetres of snow could fall on Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern parts of England between Tuesday 1 February and Friday 4 February.In other areas, including Wales and the North, torrential rainfall of 6-8mm an hour could be on its way during the same week as a period of unsettled and disruptive weather looks set to begin February.The Met Office long-range forecast for Thursday 3 February to Thursday 17 February reads: "There is an increased likelihood of more unsettled conditions becoming established, where the northwest is likely to be wettest, but showers or longer spells of rain may spread to most areas at times, while the southeast is likely to be the driest."Spells of strong winds are likely to develop more widely at times in February. Temperatures likely to be near or slightly above average although short lived colder interludes are possible.
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GMB host Susanna Reid wows fans as she shows off golden pins in flirty dress
Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid put on a rather leggy display as she showed off her long, slender pins in a forest green frock accompanied with white stilettos.Ahead of her appearance on the popular ITV programme, the 51-year old gave her followers a treat by heading to her Instagram account to show off her alluring outfit for the day.Appearing to be all smiles in the photo, Susanna allowed her radiant beauty to captivate her fans as she showcased her bronze legs.Teasing her brunette locks to sit effortlessly on her shoulders, the star also posted a close-up photo beside her full-glam snap.Susanna's makeup was applied perfectly as she added a light pink lipstick to her pout.Captioning the pic, the GMB post shared where she got her dress from and simply penned: "WEDNESDAY Dress @coastfashion."Fans of the star certainly loved what they saw and dashed to the comment section to share their thoughts on her eye-catching look.One of her followers commented: "Happy Wednesday Susanna! Love the dress and you’re looking fabulous as always."Another wrote: "Wow Susanna you really can wear any colour, absolutely Beautiful."A third impressed fan penned: "Lovely dress on you looking stunning."Meanwhile a fourth said: "You were looking amazing today but to be honest not seen you have a bad day."On Wednesday morning's GMB, Susanna challenged a government minister over claims Prime Minister Boris Johnson was unaware of a party he attended at Downing Street while Covid rules were still in place.Appearing beside her co-host Adil Ray, Susanna reminded the Minister for the Armed Forces James Heappey that Johnson was the one who set the rules.The morning host asked James: "We have a massive distraction caused by the Prime Minister,
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Poppy announces details of ‘Never Find My Place’ world tour
Poppy has unveiled details of a full world tour called ‘Never Find My Place’.The tour will kick off on March 8 in the US and will be punctuated by a group of festival appearances this summer, including Roskilde, Welcome To Rockville and When We Were Young.This will be Poppy’s first tour since her ‘I Disagree’ tour was cut short in early 2020 following the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.Poppy will arrive in the UK in November and will kick things off in Bristol, before heading out to London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow.After much Ado’!I’m delighted to announce the Never Find My Place Tour! ✨Rescheduled shows on sale now! @ https://t.co/3z2NC5hVQ1New shows on sale Friday 9am local timePreviously purchased tickets will be honored! pic.twitter.com/Fz204g302P— Poppy (@poppy) January 19, 2022You can see the full list of UK dates below and purchase tickets for all dates here.NOVEMBER 2020 26 – Bristol, UK – SWX27 – London, UK – Shepherds Bush Empire28 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute29 – Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz30 – Glasgow, UK – SWG3Earlier this month, Poppy shared a new song, ‘3.14’, written for her cat, who’s named Pi.The track was first released via the artist’s recently launched MetaVerse app ‘PoppySphere’ on January 11, which is described as “a virtual 8-bit universe for fans to explore, with dynamic rooms and secrets to uncover as they navigate a realm of iconoclastic creation”.‘3.14’ marked Poppy’s first original song of the year, although it is unclear if the track will feature on an upcoming project.Prior to the release of ‘3.14’, Poppy began teasing a new era of her career with a series of eerie videos. The first, titled ‘Glass’, landed on December 22.
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