Nandi Bushell, a huge Foo Fighters fan, just had the surprise of her life.
We speak to nightclub promoters and DJs who lost their livelihoods overnight and dancefloor devotees torn between going 'out out' and staying safe.
The rapper's name will appear on the election ballot in Oklahoma, though he's too late for many other states.
The rapper was injured over the weekend during an altercation at a Los Angeles house party.
He appeared at Leicester Magistrates’ Court less than 24 hours after the band announced his departure.
"Has this song been played in every gay bar since the dawn of time? Yes. Am I sick of it? No."
The three-time Grammy winner gets animated in the clip for her self-empowerment anthem, which also features Netflix's Fab Five in cartoon form.
The singer-songwriter has picked music from the likes of Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean and Lizzo.
He's said it could well be "curtains" for Glastonbury if it's not able to go ahead in 2021.
Many iconic British TV moments have been given the Chromatica treatment.
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