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Naomi Campbell appears in a new Riccardo Tisci-directed music video
The super stars in the clip for Brit artist Anohni's new single 'Drone Bomb Me.' None other than Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci was in charge of the art direction, which sees Campbell lip syncing to Anohni's vocals and staring direct to camera with tears streaming down her face in one segment. Watch it here.
#FreeKesha pays off: Dr Luke is to be dropped by Sony
The Wrap reports Sony has bowed to pressure from some of the music industry's biggest stars - Adele, Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga included - and will break its contract with producer Dr Luke, following Kesha's allegations he sexually assaulted her. Although a US court ruled in Dr Luke's favour last month, those backing the #FreeKesha movement maintained he was guilty.
Turns out there are more than 12 Apostles in Victoria
A Melbourne PhD student, along with a team of scientists, has discovered five additional Apostles believed to be 60,000 years old. The small limestone columns are completely submerged and were found using sonar mapping technology. They've already been named the 'Drowned Apostles.'
A penguin has travelled 8000km to be reunited with its rescuer
Can we get an 'awww' - Brazilian man Joao Pereira de Souza, 71, rescued a penguin from an oil slick in 2011, nursing it back to health and spending a week removing the oil from its feathers before releasing it into the wild. Now, the penguin has swam 8000km from the Chilean coast back to de Souza, who lives on an island off Rio de Janeiro. "I love the penguin like it's my own child and I believe the penguin loves me," de Souza told Globo TV.
Australian rock legend Jon English has passed away
The famed singer-songwriter died overnight due to complications from surgery. The Logie-winning 66-year-old was best known for his breakout role as Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar, Australian TV series Against the Wind and Gilbert & Sullivan operettas.
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