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Billie Eilish’s stratospheric rise from Soundcloud teen to topping one of the world’s biggest music events has been nothing short of astonishing – and no one seems more surprised tonight than the pop sensation herself. “This is so weird. I should not be headlining this shit,” she says Saturday night at Coachella, with goofy disbelief. “It’s been three years, man.”Harry Styles at Coachella review – a sexy, sequined, genre-bending setRead more

She’s right, her trajectory since she made her Coachella debut in 2019 has been breathlessly fast, already with two chart-topping albums, a Bond theme, seven Grammy awards and the hearts of pretty much every kid with TikTok on her endless list of achievements. Now another to add: at 20, this performance makes her the youngest festival headliner in Coachella history. But it’s these bashful confessions and say-what-you-feel relatability that has helped make her one of the world’s biggest stars. And she has the eviscerating show to match: part vampire rave, part Disney fantasy, which takes the audience to dizzying heights (and not just because she performs a bunch of songs in a cherry picker). -The Guardian

Queen Elizabeth was last seen in public at the special thanksgiving service for her late husband Prince Philip on March 29, but she has carried on with virtual audiences with diplomats and virtually attended the official opening of the Royal London Hospital’s Queen Elizabeth Unit, talking with health workers and former patients. She used the occasion to tell a former COVID patient of her own battle with COVID-19, relating how it had left her debilitated. “It does leave one feeling very tired and exhausted, doesn’t it? This horrible pandemic,” she said.

On Thursday, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall stood in for the Queen at the annual Royal Maundy Service, a pre-Easter tradition where a member of the royal family distributes specially-minted coins known as Maundy money to recognize people over 70 years old for their service to their communities.

Prince Charles, 73, and Camilla, 74, were in Scotland to celebrate the holiday, as they usually do. -People

Spotted hand-in-hand with her fiancé Ben Affleck (second time’s a charm) in Los Angeles, the newly engaged 52-year-old singer wore a look that was low-key and sexy all at once. A pair of sold-out A.L.C. black figure-hugging dungarees with a basic short-sleeve white T-shirt underneath, but instead of trainers, a striking pair of black Alaïa stiletto shoes to complete the ensemble. Max Mara Geometric sunglasses in tan (she’s on board with the shield shades revival) and a Coach bag (she’s an ambassador for the American brand), were among her accessories.

As wedding bells ring in the distance, J.Lo has been all smiles of late. With that enormous pale green diamond ring (rumored to be 8.5 carats) on her finger, why wouldn’t she be? In her newsletter—which she used to announce her engagement on Tuesday—Lopez explained the reason behind the unique stone: “Green has always been my lucky color and now, for sure, it always will be.” -Vogue

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that he has difficulty believing in the reliability of “some countries or some leaders” after the escalation of the war in his country.

CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Zelensky during an exclusive interview about whether he finds statements when world leaders use the term “never again,” a slogan that is associated with Holocaust and often uttered after crimes against humanity, “hollow” now.

“You lost ancestors in the Holocaust. Every year on Holocaust Remembrance Day, politicians put out statements that say, never again, never again. Those statements must seem really hollow right now to you. When the world says never again, do they ever mean it?” Tapper asked. -CNN

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks with CNN’s Jake Tapper. (CNN)

One thing Cardi doesn’t play about is protecting her kids’ images! On Thursday, the mother of two and her husband Offset finally revealed their 7-month-old son. Baby boy is too ka-yute!

News broke in September 2021 that the Cephus’ welcomed the baby, whose face had been a mystery to fans. Taking to Instagram to post a few photos of their latest bundle of joy, Cardi shared a picture of the baby of the bunch in a blue coat with a fur hoody and iced out with a few chains around his neck. -The Shaderoom

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