Perrie Edwards nailed summertime dressing on Thursday when she shared a video of herself dancing along to Little Mix's new song, Holiday.MORE: Perrie Edwards just accessorised her bohemian bikini in the most incredible wayFor the fun clip, Perrie wore her bright blonde tresses straight and loose, pairing a pleated, peach coloured skirt with a seriously cool button up tank top, which she wore with only three fastenings connected.Loading the player... WATCH: Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards shared a look inside her gardenAfter singing along to her new track, Perrie could be seen playing with her beloved pet Pomeranian Hatchi, revealing more of her fierce look.Perrie looked incredible The star stylishly matched her top and midi skirt with a slinky charm embellished necklace that matched perfectly with her summery look.MORE: Little Mix's Perrie Edwards unveils beautiful garden with boyfriend Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainFor anyone as obsessed with Perrie's heatwave-friendly top as we are, SHEIN's 'Rib-knit Crop Tank' comes in four different colours, features similar button-up detailing, and best of all – is only £4.99!Rib-knit Crop Tank, £4.99, SHEIN BUY NOWAs for Perrie's pretty necklace, it's not the first time that we've seen her wearing the piece, which features mixed seashells and cute charms.MORE: Little Mix's Perrie Edwards showcases her jaw-dropping walk-in wardrobeOn Monday, the DNA singer shared a snap of herself holidaying in Ibiza with her Liverpool midfielder boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Perrie could be seen wearing the same piece of jewellery.Paired with bohemian shell hoop earrings and a stunning red two-piece halterneck bikini with rattan detailing, Perrie was the definition of mermaid chic.One thing's for sure, Perrie's holiday bikini collection was nothing short of sensational, and many of her beach-ready looks left us in awe.The popstar even took to Instagram to share an empowering message about why she feels confident in her swimwear this year, explaining: "I always dread post-holiday pics. I reached out to my girl Danielle Peazer and she put me through my paces (very last minute) and I am so grateful because for the first time, I didn't cry, I didn't pick myself apart."HELLO!'s selection is editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items our editors love and approve of. HELLO! may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. To find out more visit our FAQ page.
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Barry McGuigan interview: 'I keep thinking my daughter will walk through the door - I was supposed to protect her'
Barry McGuigan is crying. What has been an extraordinary audience with one of Britain and Ireland’s best-loved fighters is drawing to a close and the pain of an unbearable loss contorts his face like a sucker punch. He gestures to a wooden urn on a bookshelf of his Kent home. He says it contains the ashes of his daughter, Danika, who died tragically last summer. He has just paid her a glowing tribute, wiping away his tears as if fending off blows from an invisible opponent. “I’m talking about her and I’m still just hoping she’s going to walk through the door,” he says. “It’s like it all happened so quickly. I lost my dad at 52 and I lost my brother – 33, 34 – to suicide. But they pale in comparison to losing your child.” The agony of his daughter’s death is about to be brought back into sharp relief for McGuigan. An actress whose credits included the Bafta-winning and Oscar-nominated Philomena, her final film, Wildfire, has recently been chosen to make its world premiere at next month’s Toronto Film Festival.
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SHOWS: LISBON, PORTUGAL (AUGUST 14, 2020) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. BUS WITH BARCELONA SQUAD ARRIVING AT HOTEL AFTER LOSING CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCH 8-2 TO BAYERN MUNICH 2. VARIOUS OF PEOPLE YELLING AND BOOING AS PLAYERS AND COACHES WALK OFF BUS STORY: For Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick, Friday's remarkable 8-2 hammering of Barcelona must have felt like the most wonderful deja-vu imaginable. Flick had sat on the bench in Belo Horizonte in 2014 as assistant to Germany head coach Joachim Loew, as Germany handed five-times world champions Brazil their worst ever World Cup defeat with a shocking 7-1 victory. If that will be remembered as one of the greatest performances by a German team, it will now be run close by what Bayern produced at an empty Estadio da Luz on Friday. The trauma of "The 7-1" still reverberates through Brazilian football, the sense of embarrassment and anger at the loss, the fierce debates over blame and then search for solutions, continues even six years on. It is hard to imagine how long it will take Barcelona to get over the impact of "The 8-2" but while the Brazilians had four years to get themselves sorted for the next World Cup, no such breathing space exists for Barca. Luiz Felipe Scolari resigned as Brazil manager the day after the conclusion of that World Cup and it appears Barcelona coach Quique Setien will leave his post with even greater haste. If he does, he surely won't be the only one to pay the price for a ragged performance, in which his side appeared to throw in the towel in the latter stages. "I think that right now it's too soon to be talking about whether I stay at the club or not," Setien said in the immediate aftermath. "The reality is that it doesn't depend on me. It's worth all of us working out what's important and considering a wide range of things which correspond to a defeat of this importance and which is so painful." Such an inquest will begin right away in the local press which is unlikely to be sparing in its criticism. Barca won their fifth European Cup in 2015 and the signs of decline have been evident over the past five years since -- but no-one envisaged a fall as great as this. The days when Andres Iniesta and Xavi produced the wonderful midfield passing dominance behind the wonders of Lionel Messi and Neymar, allied with Pep Guardiola's tactics left the continent purring at Barcelona's class, feel increasingly distant. Children across all corners of the world chose to wear the clubs famous blaugrana striped shirts, just to be associated with the wonderful brand of football Barca were producing. But it will be the club's hardcore support in the Catalan city who will be demanding change. Barcelona have paid the price for the failings in recruitment, bringing in too many players who weren't up to the club's standards. When they have signed players of undoubted quality, too often they have failed to integrate them into the team. Nothing highlighted that more than sight of Philippe Coutinho, signed for more than 100 million pounds ($130.84 million) from Liverpool but now loaned out to Bayern, scoring twice in the final minutes against a defence that stood almost motionless. The 'Barca way' is a team that wins playing attractive, entertaining football and this loss and the manner of the defeat was so far away from that ethos, that it is surely going to take a very painful process to rediscover it. (Production: David Grip and Miguel Perreira)
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Christina Aguilera is turning up the heat with some sensational swimsuit selfies. The Beautiful singer, 39, looked to be lapping up lockdown and took the opportunity to soak up the Californian sunshine by relaxing in her pool. In a series of snaps posted on her Instagram page, Christina oozed Hollywood glamour as she posed in and out of the water.Wearing her signature red lipstick the star wore a white dress in the pool and then sported a black swimsuit for another snap. MORE: Christina Aguilera goes make-up free - and looks amazing Loading the player...WATCH: A-list tips how to decorate your closetChristina protected her flawless skin with a wide-brimmed hat and stylish sunglasses too. She encouraged her 6.9 million followers to "Drop your favourite summer emoji" in the comments section, but many took the opportunity to tell her how amazing she looked, even comparing her to Marilyn Monroe and Jessica Rabbit."You look INCREDIBLE,” one commented, and even Paris Hilton chimed in: "Gorgeous," she wrote. Relaxing in her poolChristina has also been teasing her fans with the possibility of some new music.When she told them to "stay tuned…Friday" her followers quickly got excited, hoping for a new collaboration of some kind too. In addition to her music career, Christina is also a mum to her son, Max, twelve - who she shares with ex-husband Jordan Bratman \- and daughter, Summer, five from her current relationship with Matthew Rutler. MORE: Michelle Pfeiffer wows in swimsuit selfie at 62Christina looked amazingShe adores being a parent and gushed about her children to Women’s Health magazine: "They both are the joy of my life. I swear if I hadn’t called her Summer I would’ve called her Joy, because she just lights up a room and she illuminates brightness and happiness."Christina continued: "Mothers are constantly expected to be the nurturers, the givers, the providers of a comfortable home. We’re expected to be pregnant, have the kids, breast-feed once we have the babies. And we’re expected to look amazing after baby, right?"Keep our husbands and boyfriends interested, because we’re supposed to get back to sexy and keep things exciting in the bedroom."She wore her signature red lipstickShe added: "There’s such a long list. Having children is the ultimate joy, and I love my kids, but women have to find time to nurture themselves. If someone has a baby, the first thing I’m like is, ‘Okay, are you taking care of you?'"Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
The European Union has agreed to buy at least 300 million doses of AstraZeneca's <AZN.L> potential COVID-19 vaccine in its first such advance purchase deal, which could weaken plans led by the World Health Organization (WHO) for a global approach. The European Commission, which is negotiating on behalf of all 27 EU member states, said the deal included an option to purchase 100 million additional doses from the British drugmaker should its vaccine prove safe and effective. The EU's bilateral deal mirrors moves by the United States and other wealthy states, some of which are critical of the WHO's initiative, and further reduces the potentially available stock in the race to secure effective COVID-19 vaccines.