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Who is André Furtado? The youngest 2023 Love Island male star

As the evenings are blissfully getting warmer, we're getting that oh-so-familiar Love Island craving again! Luckily for us, ITV's hit dating show is back tonight, and within the group of new single islanders is, André Furtado. "I’m charming… I’m going to teach the other Islanders Portuguese, Spanish, and a little bit of Creole. I think I’ve got every slice of the pie," the new Islander laughed.

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Beyoncé's Daughter Rumi Cheers on Blue Ivy During Her Surprise Renaissance Tour Appearance
Beyoncé and JAY-Z's daughter, Rumi, was on hand to watch her big sister, Blue Ivy, make a surprise appearance during Bey's Renaissance World Tour, and Rumi couldn't look prouder!A fan account took to Twitter on Saturday morning and shared a one-minute video of the moment the 5-year-old, who also has a twin brother, Sir, cheered from a luxury box Friday night while sitting with friends and family at Stade de France in Paris. The video was overlayed with the text, «POV: I saw Beyoncé's 3 children from my seat at Renaissance Tour,» though there was no sign of Sir. The video then shows Blue Ivy on the big screen nailing the choreography, and after showing a snippet of the performance the video then cuts to Rumi and a friend holding a sign that read, «We Love You Blue!»Moments later, Blue Ivy can be seen back in the luxury box sitting with a friend while still wearing her outfit from her surprise performance. Rumi Carter shows her support for her sister and mother with her friend while holding a «We love you, Blue!!» banner❤️é's fans were in pure delight after Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance. While in the middle of performing her  track, «My Power,» Bey stopped and announced to the 80,000 fans to «give it up for Blue.»Blue Ivy, 11, matched her mother in a sequined jumpsuit and danced like a true pro.
Tina Turner fans shame Beyoncé and Jay-Z for referencing Ike Turner’s abuse in ‘Drunk in Love’
queen of rock ‘n’ roll and her ex-husband Ike Turner’s abusive relationship in their 2013 hit, “Drunk in Love.”Tina Turner, born Anna Mae Bullock, died at 83 on Wednesday in her Switzerland home.The news of her death led to the resurfaced lyrics of Beyoncé, 41, and Jay-Z’s song, “Drunk in Love,” perhaps the couple’s most iconic track together.“Beat the box up, like Mike in ’97, I bite,” Jay-Z, 53, raps.“I’m Ike Turner, turn up baby, no, I don’t play. Now eat the cake, Anna Mae said, ‘Eat the cake, Anna Mae.'”The “Empire State of Mind” rapper’s lyrics reference a notorious moment in the Turner’s relationship when the “Proud Mary” singer, who went by Anna Mae at the time, was in a diner with Ike and fans asked her for an autograph instead of him.Ike was displeased with the fan’s lack of interest in him, so he attacked Tina by forcing cake in her mouth, saying, “Eat the cake, Anna Mae!”When “Drunk in Love” debuted in 2013, the verse rubbed many people the wrong way, many of whom criticized the Carters for trying to profit off Tina’s abusive relationship.The Post has contacted Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s reps for comment about the lyrics.Ten years later, Turner lovers are still disgruntled by the lyrics, especially after Beyoncé shared a tribute post to her “inspiration,” Tina Turner, on Instagram and Twitter.“My beloved queen.