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Lady Gaga sends pizza to fans
Lady Gaga sent her fans pizza and signed merchandise after she cancelled her concert in Montreal.The ‘Million Reasons’ hitmaker was gutted for her fans when she had to call off her September 4 gig in the Canadian city due to ill health so she made up for it by handing out food and pictures she had autographed to her loyal supporters.
Superhero and sci-fi fans are going to need a lot of streaming apps — and that’s not cheap
The future of superhero and sci-fi streaming is entering unknown territory, with Disney officially announcing a not-at-all-surprising split with Netflix, but one thing we do know is that the revolution won’t be cheap.You might as well go ahead and create a geek-culture streaming folder on your smartphone or tablet, because if you’re a fan of comic-book-inspired civil wars, lightsabers and boldly going where no man or woman has gone before, you’re probably going to be using multiple apps that won’t be free.
Chelsea Issue Statement Asking Fans Not to Sing Alvaro Morata Song
Chelsea have released a statement asking fans not to sing a chant containing anti-Semitic language used to support striker Alvaro Morata.As shared by ESPN FC’s Liam Twomey, the Blues striker took offence to the song, which was heard during Saturday’s 2-1 win over Leicester City in the Premier League:
Autographs: a sign of the times at US Open
The ultimate destination of a tennis fan at the US Open is Arthur Ashe Stadium, with a couple of big names taking the USTA’s center stage under its brightest lights.
The second-most popular, for both casual fans and diehards, is a short distance away, what looks like playground tennis courts behind a massive chainlink fence.
Ed Sheeran lookalike is inundated with autograph requests from fans… and his girlfriend HATES it
IT turns out that Ed Sheeran’s trademark unruly ginger hair and acoustic guitar strapped around his shoulder isn’t so unique after all.
Scottish lift engineer, Bryan McGowan, 26, also sports the mega-stars look – and it means he’s mistaken for the A-list singer all the time.
Delmarva man’s massive autograph collection spans decades of baseball history
Barry Neeb always makes time to attend a Delmarva Shorebirds game during the season.
The former Ocean City police officer will often make the trip to Arthur W. Perdue Stadium with friends, family and co-workers, laughing and enjoying the Baltimore Orioles’ minor-league affiliate as it takes on opposing squads week after week.
Woman who got The Beatles’ autographs in Nottingham in 1963 is finally selling them
Do you remember 1963?
Most people who can would rather not, writes Nigel Kirk. It wasn’t a good year, the news was consistently bad and the Cold War was at its coldest, as was the weather. It was the worst winter for 200 years with months on end of ice and snow and even colder than in 1947.
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