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Legend Carlos Santana, 74, collapses on stage in middle of song as audience gasp
READ NEXT: Carlos Santana's brother Jorge dies at age 68 of 'natural causes'The musician has now updated fans on Facebook, explaining: "Forgot to eat and drink water so I dehydrated and passed out."He also thanked fans for their "precious prayers".A message on his official website said: "Rock legend Carlos Santana was over-taken by heat exhaustion and dehydration during a concert Tuesday (5th July) evening in Michigan."The guitar great was taken from his show at Pine Knob Music Theatre (formerly DTE Energy Music Theatre), an outdoor amphitheatre in Clarkston, some 40 miles northwest of Detroit, Michigan."Carlos was taken to the emergency department at McLaren Clarkston for observation and is doing well, it was announced by Santana's manager Michael Vrionis tonight."The message said that Carlos was due to take to the stage for another gig on 6th July but that it would be postponed to a later date.Audience members posted messages on social media after Carlos collapsed, saying that medical staff were on stage and that the crowd had been asked to pray for the star.One person shared a video showing the musician waving as he was helped off the stage.Carlos, who was born in Mexico, has had a long music career, having found fame in the late 1960s.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.He and his band have released several albums over the years, including Love Devotion Surrender, The Swing Of Delight and Havana Moon.They have recently been touring in the US with the Miraculous Supernatural show.READ MORE:Liam Gallagher would love to ‘f***ing rub Man City dominance in Sir Alex's face’Boy George's life – eye-watering net worth, jail time, Hollyoaks stint and feudsDa
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Camila Cabello brings the party to Champions League Final as she kicks off opening ceremony with vibrant performance
Camila Cabello got the Champions League Final off to a fiery start by opening the game with a performance of some of her biggest hits.The Cuban-American singer headlined the opening ceremony, presented by Pepsi, at the Stade de France, before Liverpool and Real Madrid took to the pitch for the game.The 25-year-old pop star delighted fans with an electric performance, which was delayed significantly due to reports of teargassing from police on football fans outside the stadium.When she was finally able to perform, Camila did not disappoint, opening with one of her biggest singles, Señorita.The Grammy Award nominee was surrounded by dancers and musicians as she gave attendees a spectacle to remember, well and truly getting the party started before an intense match.Camila looked sensational in an all-white fringed ensemble, donning a pair of tiny hot pats, crop top, and knee-high boots.She accessorised with gold jewellery, wore her hair in braids and completed her look with vibrant eye make-up.Meanwhile, dancers wore red, orange and yellow outfits, playing drums on the pitch, surrounded by fire and explosions of colour.At one point, dancers arranged themselves on the pitch to spell out ‘Hola’ and ‘Hello’, as well as ‘Familia’, which is the name of Camila’s recently released third studio album.Camila – who also performed energetic, sassy choreography with a fan – treated viewers to her latest release Bam Bam, as well as smash hit Havana and lively tune Don’t Go Yet.She certainly oozed confidence as she pranced around the stage and made playful expressions towards the camera.Fans – many of whom tuned into the game solely to watch Camila – took to Twitter to express their amazement following her performance, while pro
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Camila Cabello Dazzles at UEFA Champions League Final Opening Ceremony
Camila Cabello put on a show before show at the 2022 UEFA Champions League Final.The 25-year-old singer strutted onto the field Saturday at Stade de France in Paris ahead of the highly-anticipated match between Liverpool and Real Madrid and gave a vibrant carnival-themed performance with help from a throng of dancers dressed in colorful attire.Cabello was carried out onto the field and sang her heart out before performing some of her best hits, including «Señorita,» «Bam Bam,» «Havana» and «Don't Go Yet.» She looked stunning as ever in an all-white ensemble, crop top and knee-high boots. Real Madrid came out on top, 1-0, in a match that was aired in more than 200 countries, but it seems Cabello really stole the show.Camila Cabello (@camila_cabello)‘s performance at the #UEFA Champions League Final #1 #ChampionsLeagueFinalpic.twitter.com/OMNT00O2aOCamila Cabello (@camila_cabello‘s) performance at the #UEFA Champions League Final #2 #ChampionsLeagueFinalpic.twitter.com/mF0YQmLXoeCamila Cabello (@camila_cabello‘s) performance at the #UEFA Champions League Final #3 #ChampionsLeagueFinalpic.twitter.com/3VZVPEicdHFollowing the performance, fans took to social media to give Cabello a virtual standing ovation. One fan even tweeted at Cabello telling the singer she gave off serious World Cup vibes.
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Deaf Havana 'excited' to release first album as a duo and tease tour surprises
festivals including Slam Dunk – but as a duo.The rockers who are slated to release their upcoming album The Present is a Foreign Land on July 15 will headline the Rock Sound stage at Slam Dunk on June 3 and 4.After a decade together, the group were prepared to split in 2020 but Matty and James continued to go full speed ahead and continue as a duo.Speaking about working as a duo on their upcoming record, James said: "Mostly, it's easier because there's less people to argue with, less people to appease."To be honest, I won't really know until we start playing shows because obviously, we're going to have to get other musicians to come and play with us."So that will be different but so far, it's been pretty easy."Sharing his thoughts on the album, James added: "'I'm very excited to release it"I was in a positive place when we recorded this, I think it actually does translate into the to record, which is a first for us because normally we're pretty depressing."I'm anxious to release it as I am always with music, but this is the proudest of ever been of any record I've ever done."However, continuing to work as a duo "wasn't a decision", claims Matty who said: "It just sort of happened in that we were writing songs and they just came out as Deaf Havana songs as opposed to something new."It just seemed like we had to do that.""It was more like a 'if we really want to do this, we kind of need to' as opposed to a conscious decision," added James.He continued: "That's the first time we've ever sort of been like that, it's always historically been like 'we probably have to do this', whereas this was totally organic."Speaking about headlining Slam Dunk's Rock Sound stage, James said: "It should be fun, it's always really fun and
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