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Raye delivers spine-tingling performance after huge win at BRITs – watch

Raye delivers spine-tingling performance after huge win at BRITs – watch

[ad_1] After winning a sensational three awards, Raye was back on the BRITs 2024 stage – but this time, it was for an epic performance! The audience and viewers at home were left captivated as she sang Ice Cream Man from her album My 21st Century Blues.  Accompanied with an incredible band, the 26-year-old then moved onto her TikTok hit song Prada and Escapism – the track that won her Best Song of the Year earlier. Watch the video below…  WATCH: Raye performs at BRIT Awards On the night, Raye won an impressive four awards. “What is actually happening right now…? I just don’t understand,” she said, adding that she released her first mixtape when she was 16.  “But I do feel like a new artist – I got to start again. The artist I was three years ago would not believe the sight she’s seeing today.” The British singer-songwriter won awards for Best R&B, Best New Artist and Song of the Year. She had already been named songwriter of the year, becoming the first woman to do so. …

The Piano at Christmas review – so moving it’s spine-tingling | Television

[ad_1] What could be more festive than gathering around the old joanna for a good cry? The Channel 4 gem The Piano was one of the sweetest TV treats this year – a talent show in the truest sense, full of uplifting human stories. Now the ivory-tinkling, heart-tugging show is granted its first Christmas special and what a celebratory, generous-spirited joy it is. Claudia Winkleman swaps her Strictly sparkles for a military greatcoat and fingerless gloves – transitioning nicely to her Traitors wardrobe in time for its return next week – to host from King’s Cross station. When it first aired, the delightful series capitalised on the “street piano” phenomenon by inviting gifted amateurs to play at train stations across the country. Little did they suspect they were secretly being watched by the pop star Mika and the classical maestro Lang Lang – not so much judges as passionate cheerleaders for their instrument – who picked their favourites to play at a gala concert. That element of surprise is missing here. With The Piano back …