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Christina Aguilera reveals she almost didn’t perform in Mexico

Christina Aguilera recently performed in Mexico, and she had an amazing time. The singer with Ecuadorian roots is currently on tour and her latest stop was on May 17, at the Emblema festival, in Mexico City. The “Genie in a Bottle” singer looked incredible, but she revealed that she almost didn’t make it.On Monday, the 43-year-old shared a gallery of photos from her performance, writing in the caption, “I almost didn’t make it on stage, but your energy and passion gave me the power and made my night.

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Beyoncé added to new edition of French dictionary Le Petit Larousse
Beyoncé‘s first name will be included in the new edition of the French encyclopaedic dictionary Le Petit Larousse.As Sky News reports, more than 150 new words have been added to the 120th version of the book this year.The ‘Cowboy Carter’ star will appear as an entry alongside celebrities such as Cate Blanchett, French actor Omar Sy, Oppenheimer director Christopher Nolan, and French rugby captain Antoine Dupont.Many additions “reflect concerns, developments or strong movements” in 2024, Carine Girac-Marinier, director of the dictionaries and encyclopaedias department, told French news magazine Le Point.As Marie Claire notes, “Beyoncé” will be accompanied by the definition “American singer of R&B and pop”.Many fans have responded to the nod on social media, with one writing: “That’s when you know you’ve succeeded.” Another person said: “Beyoncé’s influence knows no bounds!” A third user commented: “Star power.”“Creole French queen,” wrote someone else, referring to Beyoncé’s Louisiana Creole ancestry (via Nola).In 2004, the term “bootylicious” – featured in Destiny’s Child 2001 hit single of the same name – was added to the Oxford English Dictionary with the definition “(of a woman) sexually attractive”.Other new additions to the Le Petit Larousse include the English phrases “fast fashion” and “skate park”, as well as “platisme” (the French term for the Flat Earth theory).In February, Beyoncé made history by becoming the first Black woman to reach Number One on the US country chart with ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’.
Meghan Markle could have ‘powerful’ talk show host career likened to Oprah Winfrey: expert
Marie Claire.“She certainly seems well-suited to that role in particular, and I can easily see her pursuing a career path similar to Oprah’s in the media: a show, a magazine, producing, directing — the works.”Andersen said that the mom of two, 42, “still has a sizable chunk of the viewing public in her corner,” which could make the idea of a talk show very feasible.“Once all the controversy surrounding the Sussexes’ ongoing feud with the rest of the royal family dies down, assuming it ever does, I could easily see her launching a successful talk show,” he went on.“Meghan has always had her fingers in a lot of pies, and she has a knack for getting what she wants.”The royal expert said that if the “Suits” alum wants a mogul status, “becoming the next Oprah — a powerful and influential media mogul — does not feel far-fetched at all.”Markle famously sat down with her husband, Prince Harry, for a tell-all interview with Winfrey in March 2021.In April this year, the exiled royal signed with WME CEO Ari Emanuel and his team, and has since been rumored to be in talks for an acting comeback.Her team on a day-to-day basis will be Serena Williams’ agent Jill Smoller and Brad Slater, a behemoth in the movie business who also reps Dwayne Johnson.WME represents the top talent across the industry including writers, filmmakers, actors, producers, stylists, fashion designers and their agents.The company also handles brand licensing, speaking engagements, media production and events, including New York Fashion Week.Markle this week teased her return to Hollywood, though this time as a producer.She subtly hinted at the content fans can expect from her and Harry’s production company, Archewell Productions, in the future.“[I want to make]