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Snoop Dogg wants a role in ‘Coronation Street’: “I’ll play whenever they need”

Snoop Dogg has said he wants to play a role in Coronation Street.The US rapper, who has previously revealed he is a fan of the ITV soap, told The Sun he is open to making an appearance “whenever they need”.“Coronation Street, I love it,” Snoop said. “If they call me I’ll do it.

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Snoop Dogg welcomed to Scotland by bagpipes playing ‘Still D.R.E.’ at airport
Snoop Dogg arrived in Scotland this week and was met at the airport by a bagpipes player giving a rendition of ‘Still D.R.E.’ – see it below.The rapper is currently on his ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ tour of Europe, which has been rescheduled a host of times since its initial announcement in 2019.On Thursday (March 16), he played Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, and upon landing at Glasgow Airport, a bagpipe player broke into a rendition of ‘Still D.R.E.’ on the runway.Clearly enjoying the show, Snoop danced away on the tarmac before pointing at the musician and giving him a thumbs up before departing in a car.You can see the video below via Snoop Dogg’s Instagram, alongside details of Snoop Dogg’s remaining UK tour dates –  buy any remaining tickets here.A post shared by snoopdogg (@snoopdogg)Snoop Dogg will play the following shows:MARCH 202321 – London, O2 Arena26 – Dublin, 3Arena27 – Leeds, First Direct Arena28 – Birmingham, Resorts World ArenaLater this year, the rapper will join Wiz Khalifa and head out on a massive joint tour of North America titled ‘High School Reunion’.Snoop announced the 33-date run via a poster on Instagram on March 7. The tour will kick off on July 7 in Vancouver before wrapping up the run in Irvine, California on August 27.
Martha Stewart gets huge tattoo of Snoop Dogg in Super Bowl commercial
Snoop Dogg as part of a new Sketchers advert at the Super Bowl.The apparently fake inking is seen in a brief moment in the promo for the shoe brand, as the TV personality showcases many scenarios where she slips into the shoes.At one point during the commercial, she is seen sitting in a chair and getting a tattoo of Snoop, Stewart declaring: “Ooh, that’s gangsta!”The rapper himself is also appearing as part of the campaign, and in a separate commercial, he is seen doing a host of activities in his Sketchers, including getting off a private jet and performing at a concert.At the end, he is seen sitting in the White House’s Oval Office with his feet on the table, as Stewart appears and asks him how he manages to do all these things, before she tells him off: “Get your feet off the desk!”This isn’t the first collaboration between the two celebrities, with the two launching TV show Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party in 2016, before appearing together in a T-Mobile Super Bowl advert in 2017.Stewart also wrote a foreword in Snoop’s 2018 book From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen, and the rapper appeared as the first guest on Stewart’s podcast when it launched last summer.Speaking previously to Rolling Stone about their relationship, Snoop said: “I’ve never met anyone like Martha Stewart. When we come together, it’s a natural combination of love, peace and harmony.”Meanwhile, last month it was confirmed that Snoop will play Willie Nelson‘s 90th birthday party in April alongside the likes of Neil Young and Beck.
Come Into My Life singer Joyce Sims dies aged 63 as tributes pour in
READ MORE: American Idol star Willie Spence dies aged 23 in tragic car accidentBursting onto the R&B music scene in the 1980s, the American star achieved first hit the charts in 1986 with the hit All and All.She went on to gain worldwide recognition after the release of the 1987 hit Come Into My Life which reached the top 10 on both the US Billboard R&B Chart and the UK Singles Chart and later became her signature song.Joyce was an extremely gifted songwriter and pianist, writing most of her own hits and releasing several more tracks in the following years, Lifetime Love, Walk Away and Looking for a Love.The soul star was sampled by several music icons during her career, including jazz vocalist Randy Crawford, rapper Snoop Dogg and R&B singer Angie Stone.Her music was also extended to films as she wrote and performed the tracks played on 1995's Species.While the hits slowed down by the end of the 90s, she continued working regularly and found large support in Europe, even performing as recently as August this year in London.Tributes have already begun flooding social media as the world mourns the one of a kind star who's career extended more then three decades.Soul Tracks penned: "We are devastated to pass on the news of the death of R&B music great Joyce Sims at age 63. A great talent who sang, wrote and played for us for more than three decades."A super fan recalled meeting Joyce as she shared her sadness at the news on social media, writing: "Remembering Singer #JoyceSims.