In their own words: How Celtic's Lisbon Lions shocked 'unbeatable' Inter in 1967
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Taylor's reign, Madonna gaffes and other talking points for Grammys 2015
While the release of six songs last December hasn't exactly set the charts alight (they've only sold 131,000 downloads in America so far), Madonna's at her best with her back to the wall so hopefully we'll see controlled rebelliousness, tabloid-baiting ...
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Simona Halep – A Star in the Making
Romanian starlet Simona Halep has reached her very first grand slam final at the French Open after her semi-final victory over Andrea Petkovic in straight sets 6-2, 7-6. The victory is all the more sweeter considering it is in her favourite city, on ...
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Ambiente 2014, Frankfurt, Germany
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During the release of Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett’s Cheek to Cheek last September, Gaga retweeted every positive review, referring to each journalist as a “music connoisseur”. Nominated for best traditional pop vocal album, a gong Bennett has won 11 times already, you sense a win for Gaga would mean more than any of the five Grammys she’s won to date. Nothing adds an authentic seal of approval to a leftfield career move following an under-performing album than a Grammy, and a win could help her move on from needlessly trying to prove she’s more than a great pop star. Either that or she’ll see it as one big thumbs up and we’ll get Cheek to Cheek volume 2 faster than you can say Michael Bublé. Singer, songwriter and sudden recluse Sia announced she was performing at the Grammys in a very Sia way. Given that he’s co-written and co-produced 19 US No 1 singles, it’s odd that Swedish pop overlord Max Martin has never previously been nominated for Producer of the Year. This year he’s honoured for his work on albums by warbling mini-Mariah Ariana Grande and Katy Perry, as well as Taylor’s Shake It Off and collaboration pile-up Bang Bang by Jessie J, Grande and Nicki Minaj.
Romanian starlet Simona Halep has reached her very first grand slam final at the French Open after her semi-final victory over Andrea Petkovic in straight sets 6-2, 7-6. The victory is all the more sweeter considering it is in her favourite city,... The 22-year-old Romanian – seeded no. 4 and the highest seed left in the draw since the 4th round – will face Maria Sharapova in Saturday’s final, again on the Philippe Chatrier court. Simona is having a fine run in the slams, reaching the quarter-finals in Australia earlier this year. Her game has massively improved over the last 12 months in the run up to the hard court season of 2013 and continuing on in her first grand slam quarter-final appearance in Melbourne, Australia. Sharapova is vastly more experienced, and a multiple grand slam winner will already, on paper, have the edge. Considering she has had three three-set matches in a row and Simona has won all her matches in straight sets, the possibility of a first grand slam title for the Romanian is not beyond her reach. Sharapova completed her full-set of grand slam trophies after winning in 2012 in France.