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Lily Allen takes anti-Trump protest a step ahead with cover of Rufus Wainwright song

Lily Allen takes anti-Trump protest a step ahead with cover of Rufus Wainwright

London [UK], Jan. 27 : English singer Lily Allen, who has been openly critical about the newly inaugurated American president, has released a cover of Rufus Wainwright's 'Going To A Town' as an anti-Donald Trump protest song, accompanied by a video including footage of the Women's March in London.

The black and white video, directed by Bafic, with a musical arrangement from Mark Ronson, also features footage of Allen's performance at the women rally organised against the 45th President of the United States, reports the Guardian.

WATCH! Danny Miller's epic reaction at NTA 2017

WATCH! Danny Miller's epic reaction at NTA 2017

London (UK), Jan. 26 : Award functions always see some of the best moments that are remembered for long.

But this time, Danny Miller gave his fans something which was way more than anyone could have asked for.

The 'Emmerdale' actor showed his cool dancing moves, when his show was called out the 'Best Drama Serial' at the National Television Awards, this year.

Jon Voight praises Trump, hits out at 'barrage of lies' at celebratory inauguration

Jon Voight praises Trump, hits out at 'barrage of lies' at celebratory inaugurat

London [UK], Jan. 20 : As he kicked off the 'Make America Great Again' welcome celebration, Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight complained about the 'barrage of lies' aimed at President-elect Donald Trump during his campaign.

"We have all been witness to a very grueling year and a half for the president-elect," said the 78-year-old.

"We have been witness to a barrage of propaganda that left us all breathless with anticipation, not knowing if God could reverse all the negative lies against Mr. Trump, whose only desire is to make America great again," reports Daily Mail.

'La Lambada' singer Loalwa Braz found dead in burnt-out car

'La Lambada' singer Loalwa Braz found dead in burnt-out car

London [UK], Jan. 20 : Brazilian singer Loalwa Braz, best known for the 1980s hit Lambada, has been found dead in a burnt-out car in Brazil.

A police official said Braz, 63, was found in the coastal district of Saquerema near Rio de Janeiro, reports Daily Mail.

Brazilian media said the singer's body was found totally burned inside the car near her home.

Local media outlet Globo reported the crew was working on extinguishing a fire in the property which had gutted the attic when they realised there was a body in the burning car.

Zahara Jolie-Pitt's biological mother wants to reconnect after 12 years

Zahara Jolie-Pitt's biological mother wants to reconnect after 12 years

London [UK], Jan. 18 : The biological mother of Zahara Jolie-Pitt, who Angelina Jolie adopted in Ethiopia in 2005, is now asking to be in "contact" with her daughter.

The mother, Mentewab Dawit Lebiso recently spoke to the Daily Mail, explaining her hopes to be a part of the 12-year-old's life.

"I just want her to know that I am alive and here and long to be able to speak with her," Lebiso said, adding, "I do not want my daughter back but just to be in contact with her and be able to call her up and talk with her."

Lindsay Lohan showered with welcome wishes from Muslims online

Lindsay Lohan showered with welcome wishes from Muslims online

London [UK], Jan. 17 : After her recent social media activity, replacing all Instagram posts with a tidy "Alaikum salam", Lindsay Lohan is now being given welcoming words and well wishes on the Internet by some members of the Muslim faith.

Over the weekend, many speculated that the 30-year-old actress was converting to Islam.

One Twitter user recently welcomed Lohan, tweeting, "So proud about Lindsay Lohan for her new life with great wishes. Welcome To Islam #Lindsay Lohan."

"Im so happy that lindsay lohan found Islam. may Allah guide her and bless her," one young woman tweeted.

Dev Patel talks embracing Indian culture after 'Slumdog Millionaire'

Dev Patel talks embracing Indian culture after 'Slumdog Millionaire'

London [UK], Jan. 17 : 'Lion' star Dev Patel recently opened up about the difficulty he faced embracing his cultural heritage while growing up away from India.

Speaking in this week's Radio Times, the 26-year-old said, "I didn't fully embrace my culture when I was at school because I wanted to fit in and not get bullied" referring to his past growing up in Harrow in West London, reports the Mirror.

"It was only when I went to India with Slumdog that I started to appreciate the country. I was educated out of all those preconceived stereotypes about my culture," he quipped.

BBC to adapt Le Carre's 'The Spy Who Came in from the Cold'

BBC to adapt Le Carre's 'The Spy Who Came in from the Cold'

London [UK], Jan. 16 : BBC is creating the first onscreen adaptation of John Le Carre's spy classic 'The Spy Who Came in from the Cold'.

The creators of the BBC1 hit series 'The Night Manager' are to adapt another of the 85-year-old author's popular books, the Guardian reports.

The show will be another co-production with US network AMC, following the huge success of the previous crime drama miniseries starring Tom Hiddleston, Hugh Laurie and Olivia Colman.

Of seeing a new version on screen, Le Carre said, "I'm very excited by the project, and have great confidence in the team."