PLEXXAGLASS Reveals How They Connected With Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda For ‘LILITH’

Alt-pop singer PLEXXAGLASS unleashes a rallying cry for body autonomy and reproductive freedom, and they tell HL about the inspiration for ‘LILITH,’ how Mike Shinoda got involved, and more. “Mike [Shinoda] is truly such a brilliant artist, and I feel so lucky to be able to say I’ve worked with him,” PLEXXAGLASS tells HollywoodLife over email, but after listening to […]

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Adults wish they had been taught how to save money and look after their mental health at school, survey reveals

HOW to save money, start a business and look after their mental health are among the key life skills adults wish they'd been taught at school. Research of 1,000 mums and dads of children aged 11-16 revealed they also wish they’d been taught how to organise their finances, create a CV and use Maths in real life. A number of […]

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Arsenal warned they are NOT too good to get relegated by Ray Parlour as Leicester winning Prem was more unlikely

ARSENAL have been warned they're NOT too good to be relegated from the Premier League by club legend Ray Parlour. And the Gunners favourite warned that Mikel Arteta's men face a real problem if they don't start picking up points. Arsenal are languishing down in 15th place in the Premier League after an awful start to the season. Wednesday's 1-1 […]

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Little Mix reveal they were called ‘slags’ after X Factor win and claim One Direction ‘didn’t get the s**t we get’

LITTLE Mix revealed they were called "slags" after their X Factor win and claimed One Direction "didn’t get the s**t we get". The girl band have been in the spotlight for almost a decade now, after appearing on The X Factor back in 2011. But Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Perrie Edwards say fame has dealt them blows […]

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If they won’t fully reopen schools, despite what science says, when will they?

Last week, some fantastic news from the science world should’ve given full-time-schooling advocates real hope. Instead, officials are signaling that we may never return to full in-person learning, at least not like pre-COVID. A New York Times piece, “Schoolchildren Seem Unlikely to Fuel Coronavirus Surges, Scientists Say,” concluded that, yes, the science says kids should be in school. “The bulk […]

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Man Utd take £130k hit as they refuse to call in loan fees from cash-strapped Bolton, Burton and Hearts – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly allowed a trio of clubs not to pay loan fees totalling £130,000 during the coronavirus pandemic. Cash is owed by Bolton, Burton and Scottish club Hearts after they signed Ethan Hamilton, Kieran O'Hara and Joel Pereira, respectively. However the Premier League giants deemed it unfair to demand that clubs pay for the latter part of their […]

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Government reveal they have been in talks with the Premier League

Government reveal they have been in talks to get the Premier League ‘up and running as soon as possible’ as DCMS chief Oliver Dowden acknowledges he has ‘personally’ been in discussions The Government have held talks with the Premier League over a return to action  Top flight football has been suspended since mid-March due to coronavirus  Oliver Dowden said he […]

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