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By Guardian Life
21 November 2022   |   8:34 am
Princes Diaries Makes A Comeback Since ‘The Princess Diaries’ of 2001, which starred Anne Hathaway as the main character of the film, a reboot is on the way. According to insiders, the next Disney picture by Aadrita Mukerji is a continuation of the 2001 release. Following the news, Hathaway has publicly stated her support for…


Princes Diaries Makes A Comeback
Since ‘The Princess Diaries’ of 2001, which starred Anne Hathaway as the main character of the film, a reboot is on the way. According to insiders, the next Disney picture by Aadrita Mukerji is a continuation of the 2001 release.
Following the news, Hathaway has publicly stated her support for the coming installment; however, she does not currently have a contract to join. Regardless, keep the hope burning that she appears in the next Disney reboot.
The first film was a box office success, grossing $165.3 million worldwide. The second film, ‘Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement’, grossed $134.7 million worldwide in 2004.

Mukerji, a screenwriter, is a veteran of the television industry, having contributed to ‘Quantum Leap’, ‘Supergirl’, ‘Scorpion’, and ‘Reacher’. It will be directed by Debra Martin Chase, who worked on the original two films.

Grammy loves Beyoncé
Following the Grammy’s list for 2023, Beyoncé takes the lead as the most nominated artist with nine nominations, and who knows how many she will take home? This makes her the most nominated female artist in Grammy history. Beyoncé has won 28 Grammys throughout her career, but never Album of the Year.
Quincy Jones and Beyoncé are tied for second place with eight each. The top three categories (record, album and song of the year) each have 10 nominations, while the remaining categories only have five.
Beyoncé honoured Adele in her victory speech after losing to her for Album of the Year at the 2017 Grammy Awards. In the words of Adele, “My life is Beyoncé, and the album for me, the Lemonade album by Beyoncé, was so significant and so well thought out. I can’t accept this award, and I’m really humbled and very grateful and thankful.”

Flood in Bayelsa
Singer Timi Dakolo has partnered with the Foundation to raise funds for the flood victims in Bayelsa. This recent flooding is the worst of its kind experience in the country. The unfortunate incident started in October and has sadly affected 27 states in the country, leaving about 1.3 million people homeless, 600 deaths, 200,000 damaged homes, and farmlands.
This disaster, which began in October, has since affected 27 of Nigeria’s 36 states, resulting in the loss of lives, homes, and livelihoods. Using his social media platforms, he sent video clips that shed light on the flooding in this region, given that he is a native of Bayelsa State.
He called the aid of good Samaritans and organizations to donate relief funds to alleviate the sufferings of the people.

Who will win the Worldcup
Coaches for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 assembled their preliminary squads of 55 players months ago before whittling it down to 26 players in recent days. The rosters of all 32 teams have been publicly released and are now considered to be official.
831 athletes are fulfilling their ambition of competing in the FIFA World Cup this year. While for some, it is a completely new experience, for some it is nearly routine.
If Lionel Messi, who has played in 19 games so far, leads Argentina to the World Cup final and participates in each of the other seven games, he will surpass Lothar Matthaus (25) in terms of appearances.
Cristiano Ronaldo, on the other hand, is the player at the World Cup with the most goals and appearances for his country. He has scored 117 in 191 appearances.
Youssoufa Moukoko, a forward for Germany, will be the youngest player at the World Cup in Qatar. He turns 18 on November 20, the day the competition begins, and if he plays, he will be the ninth-youngest player overall and the youngest player to play at the World Cup in 20 years.
Alfredo Talavera, a goalie for Mexico, is 40 years old and will be the oldest player in Qatar.