Monday, 30 Mar 2020

Champions League stats quiz: Put these players in the correct order

The Weeknd Announces New Album ‘After Hours’

The Weeknd has revealed the title for his upcoming fourth studio album, After Hours.

The Canadian-born singer unveiled the album title in a Instagram video. He has yet to reveal the release date for After Hours.

The Weeknd has already released two singles from the upcoming album, his No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit “Heartless” and “Blinding Lights.”

After Hours follows The Weeknd’s 2018 release My Dear Melancholy and 2016’s Starboy.

Celebrities Who Love ‘The Bachelor’!

Celebrities Who Love The Bachelor!

Tears! Romance! The final rose! See which stars—including John Mayer, Lea Michele, and Jennifer Aniston—who love the ABC drama-filled series.

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Justin Bieber Sings About Missing His Wife in Nature-Inspired "E.T.A." Video

Justin Bieber has been busy promoting his new Changes album, and on Monday, he released the music video for “E.T.A.” The track was inspired by his wife, Hailey, and describes Bieber’s anticipation of seeing her after they’ve spent some time apart. In the video, Bieber transitions from live action to animation as he belts out the sultry ballad. “E.T.A.” is the first in a collection of new videos from Changes that will drop exclusively on Apple Music over the coming weeks. Watch the teaser above now, then check out the full video on Apple Music.

People Now: Predicting The Bachelor Peter Weber's Final Two As Fantasy Suite Week Approaches – Watch the Full Episode

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Catch PEOPLE Now every weekday at 12:00 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT on People.com or on the PeopleTV app on your favorite streaming device. Want even more? Check out clips from previous episodes of PEOPLE Now.

Good Luck Keeping Up With This Fast-Paced "Nice to Meet Ya" Dance Routine

Meghan Trainor and Nicki Minaj’s “Nice to Meet Ya” video was only released late last month, but choreographer Hamilton Evans has already put his sexy spin on the catchy tune. Earlier this month, Hamilton and his amazing dancers from Los Angeles’s Millennium Dance Complex dropped a dance video, and it’s so damn mesmerizing. Between the body rolls and all the fancy footwork, we’re not even going to try to attempt this one at home. However, we will be watching this on a loop, and something tells us you will be, too.

Celebs and their pets in 2020

Wonderwall.com is taking a look at all your favorite celebs out with their furry friends this year, starting with Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble. The couple were seen having a romantic lunch with their dog at Geoffrey’s restaurant in Malibu, CA on Feb. 11. Keep reading for more celebs with their furry friends…

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Week in celebrity photos for Feb. 17-21, 2020

Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick attend the “Trolls World Tour” film photocall in Berlin, Germany, on Feb. 17, 2020.

Mets’ Seth Lugo breaks toe in hotel accident

The Mets bullpen already has its first injury of spring training, though they hope it’s only as small as the body part in question.

Seth Lugo has a small fracture in his left pinky toe, manager Luis Rojas said Tuesday. The reliever suffered the injury by hitting his toe against something in his hotel room Monday night and the Mets expect he will take three days off from throwing.

“No major concern,” Rojas said.

Lugo will be fitted for a padded cleat to help him with the injury as the left foot is the one he lands on in his delivery.

Carly Pearce's Duet With Michael Ray Is 'Not a Big Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Moment' — Yet!

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Harvey Weinstein jury ends first day of deliberations without verdict

The jurors in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial ended their first day of deliberations Tuesday without a verdict.

Asked how he was doing as he left court, the accused rapist and fallen movie mogul replied, “Good.”

The panel will start mulling his guilt or innocence again starting at 9 a.m. Wednesday.

The 12-member panel is scheduled to deliberate 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily Monday through Friday till they reach a decision. They have the weekends off.

Carly Pearce: Producer Busbee 'Really Believed' New Album Would 'Take Me to the Next Level'

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PAUL THOMAS on… Dominic Cummings' vetting process

PAUL THOMAS on… Dominic Cummings’ vetting process

PAUL THOMAS on… Dominic Cummings’ vetting process

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Champions League stats quiz: Put these players in the correct order

The Champions League has returned for the knockout stages after a long winter break.

How much do you know about the players in the last 16? Can you rank them in terms of these six categories?

Put each of these lists in the right order (be aware these are not necessarily the top five players in each category)…

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