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Andra Day on her Oscar nomination: 'It feels a little overwhelming'
Andra Day feels “overwhelmed” to be nominated for an Oscar, as she and Viola Davis have made history by marking the first time two Black women have been nominated for best actress since 1973.The 36-year-old singer and actress is up for the Best Actress gong at the Academy Awards this year for her role in ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’, and has said she can’t quite believe she’s been nominated for the honour alongside the likes of Viola Davis, Frances McDormand, Vanessa Kirby, and Carey Mulligan.
Simon Cowell cut a casual figure as he continued filming America's Got Talent in Pasadena, California on Monday.
The music mogul, 61, crossed his arms as he arrived at the TV studios in Los Angeles in a sporty ensemble.
Sporting a pair of long white shorts and black trainers, Simon looked glum as he strolled to work in the sunshine.
Simon paired the knee-length shorts with a simple grey T-shirt that hung loosely around his neck.
He accessorised with a pair of stylish RayBan sunglasses that kept the Californian rays out of his eyes.
The judge completed the laidback look with a pair of lace-up black trainers and some matching tube socks.
Youn Yuh-jung on Oscars 'stress': It feels like I'm competing for my country
Youn Yuh-jung says her Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her role in 'Minari' is “stressful” because she feels as though she’s “competing for [her] country”. © Bang Showbiz Youn Yuh-jung The ‘Minari’ star will become the first South Korean actress in history to win the Best Supporting Actress at the Academy Awards if she takes home the trophy for her role in the drama at the ceremony on Sunday (25.04.21). And Yuh-jung has said she’s nervous about the big day because it feels “like the Olympics”. She told People magazine: "It's stressful. I feel like I'm competing for my country.
And he wore his raven locks in their signature bristled style as he headed into the audition room.
Last month, it was reported that Britain's Got Talent judge walks over 40 miles a week to help him recover from breaking his back in an electric bike accident last year.
In August, Simon was rushed to hospital to undergo six hours of surgery after injuring himself in the accident, forcing him to cancel all his planned TV work for the rest of the year.
But now the record executive is determined to do everything he can to ensure he makes a full recovery, including walking for several hours a day and holding business meetings at 9AM so that he no longer lives like a 'vampire'.
Of his new fitness regime, a source told MailOnline: 'Simon said how he hasn't worn trainers as much as this in 20 years.
Viola Davis and Riz Ahmed join Oscars presenting line-up
Viola Davis and Riz Ahmed have joined the all-star presenting line-up for the Oscars this Sunday (25.04.21).The pair join a number of A-listers set to present at the ceremony this Sunday (25.04.21) with stars such as Brad Pitt, Halle Berry and Joaquin Phoenix also involved in the process.
'He feels fitter than ever before and is keeping to a normal routine rather than being on the phone until into the early hours of the morning.'
Adding to this,also reported at the time that Simon was set to start filming the reality competition show as a source said he was excited to be back.
The insider told the publication: 'Simon can’t wait to get back to doing what he loves. He’s been focused on his return for months.'
Last year, reports claimed Simon was considering legal action against the manufacturers of his electric bike after breaking his back.
The TV mogul and his team were said to be 'weighing up' legal options and have been 'pressing' the manufacturers, Swindon Powertrain.
One lawyer claimed that a successful lawsuit could see Simon get up to £10million for medical bills and loss of earnings, The Sun reported once more.
Meanwhile, the iconic British variety show Britain's Got Talent has been put on hold until 2022.
But filming has gone ahead for season 16 of America's Got Talent and the show will air on NBC in June.
Small Axe leads BAFTA TV Awards nominations .
BBC anthology film series 'Small Axe', directed by Sir Steve McQueen, leads this year's Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards nominations, with six for TV and nine in the craft categories.The BBC One anthology film series, directed by Sir Steve McQueen, picked up six TV noms and nine in the craft categories, including a nod for the Mini-Series gong alongside 'Normal People', 'Adult Material' and 'I May Destroy You'.