Robbie Williams will go head-to-head with Olympic athlete Usain Bolt at the 2018 Soccer Aid charity game.
The Rock DJ singer will serve as the captain of the England team, while Olympic sprinter Bolt will head up the World squad in the latest edition of the charity tournament, which Robbie co-founded in 2006. « I am buzzing that Soccer Aid for Unicef is back, » Robbie said in a statement. « Reclaiming the title for England this year is going to taste so much sweeter with Usain leading the Soccer Aid World XI. I can’t wait to lead out the England team on Sunday 10th June at Old Trafford in what really is a game like no other. With your support, we will help children in danger around the world. » Retired athletics star Bolt, who will be playing his first official soccer match, said his team will be unbeatable and that he already has a special celebration planned for when he scores.
« It is my dream to make it as a professional footballer, so to be able to step out onto the pitch at Old Trafford in June, and play against some of football’s biggest legends is going to be remarkable, » he said. « I enjoy the thrill of competition in front of a crowd, so Robbie and his England team better watch out as I won’t be going easy on them! »
Robbie and Usain, who have recorded an advert for the competition, will be joined by celebrities and soccer legends which have yet to be announced.
The match will take place at Old Trafford stadium in Manchester, England on 10 June (18) and will be broadcast live on ITV in the U.K. All profits from ticket sales and viewer donations will be given to United Nations Childrens’ Fund (UNICEF) UK, for which Robbie serves as an ambassador.
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Chris Cornell’s widow has called out the rocker’s doctor for prescribing him a drug deemed unsuitable for recovering addicts to treat a shoulder injury a year before his death.
The Soundgarden frontman, 52, had been sober since 2003, but his wife, Vicky Cornell, reveals he suffered a relapse in 2016 – and she believes that ultimately led to his suicide in May, 2017.
« Approximately a year before he died, he was prescribed a Benzodiazepine (anti-anxiety medication) to help him sleep, » she told TV show Good Morning America. « He had torn his shoulder. He complained that the pain in his shoulder would wake him up. »
Vicky didn’t realise the impact the drug would have on Chris until it was too late.
« In retrospect, I learned it’s not supposed to be given to anybody in recovery, » she shared. « If you have to give it, they have to be closely monitored and it should not be given for more than two to three weeks, so he relapsed.
« In a seven-day period, he took 20-something pills and in a nine-day period, 33. »
Just two months before taking his own life, Chris actually reached out to an unidentified colleague, seeking help via email, writing, « Would love to talk, had relapse. »
Vicky admits « there were signs » he was in serious trouble, and she’s trying not to blame herself for failing to spot them sooner and getting him the treatment he needed.
« He had really delayed speech, he was forgetful. There were moments where I thought there was some confusion, » she recalled.
His problems became really apparent as he took to the stage for what would become his final concert in Detroit, Michigan, when he was « off-pitch » and « walked offstage » midway through the set.
Hours later, the musician hanged himself in his hotel room, and although coroners insisted the seven different types of drugs found in his system did not contribute to his death, Vicky remains convinced otherwise.
« He wanted to be there for his family, for his children, » she said. « He loved his life. He would never have ever left this world. I don’t think that he could make any decisions because of the level of impairment. »
Now Vicky is using her husband’s tragedy to raise awareness about addiction as a disease and combat the stigma associated with the illness to help save others facing similar struggles.
« It (addiction) is in all of our houses. It’s in rich, poor, it has no racial boundaries… it does not discriminate, » she declared. « I think that if there were less stigma around it, more people would speak up.
« There’s just so much labelling that comes with it (addiction), and my husband was the furthest thing from a rock star junkie. He just wasn’t. He was the best husband, the greatest father. I lost my soul mate and the love of my life. »
Plus: Chris Jeday’s « Ahora Dice » re-enters at No. 10 thanks to help from Cardi B, Offset and Anuel AA.
DJ Kass’ viral hit “Scooby Doo Pa Pa” vaults 43-11 on Hot Latin Songs in just its fourth week on the list. The tune went viral in recent weeks as fans uploaded videos of themselves dancing to the track, likely inspired by Instagram posts from social media stars Lele Pons and Inanna Sarkis.
Unlike many viral dance crazes, there doesn’t appear to be a specific dance move that is associated with the song — though many of the videos feature aggressive twerking and shoulder shimmies.
The track rose 400 percent in streams
The track rose 400 percent in streams (to 6 million) in the week ending Feb. 15, according to Nielsen Music. It bows at No. 8 on the Latin Streaming Songs chart.
‘Ahora Dice’ Remix Revives Hit: Chris Jeday’s “Ahora Dice” is revived on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Feb. 24), as a new remix pushes the track to a re-entry at No. 10.
The song, which originally featured J Balvin, Ozuna and Arcangel and peaked at No. 7 on the chart dated Sept. 2, 2017, comes roaring back thanks to the help of Anuel AA, Cardi B and Offset.
All six guest stars are now featured on the track, which returns to the list with big gains in sales and streams.
All versions of the song are combined for tracking purposes, and collectively, the song grows 617 percent in sales (40-4 on Latin Digital Song Sales with 4,000 sold in the week ending Feb. 15) and 104 percent in streams (28-9 on Latin Streaming Songs; 6.1 million streams).
“Ahora Dice” earned Jeday his first top 10 on Hot Latin Songs. It now grants Cardi B her second top 10, and the first for both Offset and Anuel.