Entertainment Beyonce urges Americans to vote 'like our life depends on it,' plus more news

02:50  30 june  2020
02:50  30 june  2020 Source:   wonderwall.com

Beyoncé urges viewers to "dismantle racist and unequal system" in powerful BET speech

  Beyoncé urges viewers to "We have to vote like our life depends on it, because it does."The star was given the BET Humanitarian Award during last night's (June 28) BET Awards 2020, with Michelle Obama presenting the award to Beyoncé in a clip that saw the iconic singer praised for her commitment to the Black community.

Beyoncé urged black communities to vote in the upcoming US elections, as she accepted an honour for her "We have to vote like our life depends on it , because it does." The performance also featured images from protests, as dancers held signs that said "Black Lives Matter" and "Defund The

Beyonce urged fans to “ vote like our life depends on it ” as she delivered an impassioned address calling for the dismantling of “a racist and unequal system”. Showbiz › Celebrity News . “We have to vote like our life depends on it , because it does.

a stadium with people in the background: BBC iPlayer beats monthly viewing record with 570 million streams © Provided by What Hi-Fi? BBC iPlayer beats monthly viewing record with 570 million streams

The BBC iPlayer catch-up on-demand platform hit record numbers in May as viewing requests reached 570 million – up from its previous biggest month on record, which was April 2020.

These record figures are no doubt largely due to the time we've all been spending at home in recent months due to the lockdown measures, but, credit where credit's due, the Beeb broadcast some first-rate and hugely popular TV series in that time.

Normal People and Killing Eve topped the chart, while other strong performers in May included the latest series of The A Word, the one-off special Antiviral Wipe by Charlie Brooker and, unsurprisingly, the live BBC News coverage of the Prime Minister's daily briefings.

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We have to vote like our life depends on it – because it does.” The 2020 BET Awards was a star-studded poignant evening of tributes to the fallen and celebration of black life , hosted by comedian Amanda Seales. The Sunday awards kicked off with powerful performances depicting black

The singer was awarded the humanitarian award by Michelle Obama, who said ‘her activism demands justice for Black lives ’.

The platform would have no doubt looked good to continue its run of form in June had the Euro 2020 tournament and the first days of Wimbledon 2020 gone ahead as planned. But with plenty of people spending more time at home than usual, it could be another bumper month for iPlayer.

As well as new programmes, BBC iPlayer has also added a number of archive box sets, including Doctor Foster, Strike, Dracula and Taboo, as well as new box sets including The First Team, What We Do in the Shadows, The Other One and Mayans M.C. There is also a new catalogue of 23 classic films from RKO Pictures. Enjoy...


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Beyoncé receives Humanitarian Award .
© Bang Showbiz Beyoncé Beyoncé will receive the Humanitarian Award at the BET Awards 2020. The 'Black Parade' hitmaker will be honored with this special award at this year's BET Awards, which will take place on Sunday (June 28), in order to honor her work for humanity and charity.

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