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Kate Perry mocks Trump and Theresa May at the Brit Awards
Feb 23, 2017 11:32 IST
By Abhinav Verma
Hindustan Times
what happened: The singer danced with burning skeletons dressed as Theresa May and Donald Trump, mocking them.
what it means: Kate Perry is a die-hard supporter of Hillary Clinton and she made a political statement through her act that she will not stand for Trump's Presidency.
what next: Many people took to Twitter to express their amusement at Kate Perry's bizarre performance.
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Katy Perry took pills to calm her nerves at the Brit Awards
Feb 23, 2017 11:30 IST
By Abhinav Verma
Hindustan Times
what happened: The singer revealed this in an interview with George Shelley and Lilah Parsons on the red carpet.
what it means: She told both the presenters that she was going to 'fire them' during the brief interview where she also revealed 'taking pills' to calm her nerves during her on-stage performance.
what next: Perry's performance was one of the highlights of the evenings and was trending on social media.
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Leicester City hopeful despite Champions League last 16 loss
Feb 23, 2017 10:44 IST
By Abhishek Paul
Reuters
what happened: Leicester City lost 2-1 to an utterly dominant Sevilla in a last 16 match of Champions League.
what it means: Jamie Vardy scored his first goal in the Champions League to give Leicester City some hope of staying in Europe’s elite competition despite the loss.
what next: The second leg between the Premier League champions and Sevilla is in Leicester on March 14.
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Buffon's Juventus trump Casillas' Porto in Champions League
Feb 23, 2017 10:25 IST
By Abhishek Paul
Reuters
what happened: Juventus edged closer to UEFA Champions League quarter-finals after beating Porto 2-0 in away match.
what it means: Despite holding Juventus at bay for 72 minutes, Porto’s resolve was broken when Marko Pjaca slammed a first-time effort past Iker Casillas. Dani Alves then scored the second goal.
what next: Juventus boosted their hopes of a maiden treble ahead of the second leg in Turin on March 14.