The singer-songwriter has said she will only return to live performing if she was ‘absolutely desperate’ to do so.
Dawn French has led tributes to her Vicar of Dibley co-star John Bluthal who has died, aged 89. The actor, who was known for playing Frank Pickle in the much-loved series, was also known for his work on stage and film. It was announced by his talent agency online the actor had died on Saturday afternoon, after Mr Bluthal died on Thursday.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson has claimed men are “too intimidated” to sexually harass the group, and said the pop band have never experienced any of their own Me Too moments in their seven-year career. The X Factor winners are a “force to be reckoned with” when they enter a room, claims Jade Thirlwall, who agreed the band have not had to face any moments of sexual misconduct in the entertainment world. Ms Nelson told The Times Magazine men are “too scared” and “intimidated by us”.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine has responded to criticism from fans who believe reports that the pop-rock group will play the Super Bowl halftime show next year. Maroon 5 still haven’t officially confirmed their involvement, amid strong speculation, but a Change.org petition is urging them to step down in solidarity with American football player Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick became a figurehead for protests against racial inequality and injustice in the US after he began kneeling during the national anthem at NFL games during the 2016 season.
The singer describes herself as ‘such a feminist’ and says she wants to forward the cause of women’s rights.