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Beyoncé is the most nominated female artist in Grammy history

 - Celebrities - Nov 26 SHARE ON:

Drama and snubs aside, the Grammys still hold a level of prestige and Beyoncé has just risen to the top of the list of Grammy legends.

The Queen herself has become the most-nominated female artist in Grammy history after securing 9 nominations this year, tying with Beatles icon Paul McCartney at 79 nominations.

She now joins McCartney at joint-second place coming only after husband Jay-Z and Quincy Jones who maintain their spot at first with 80 nominations.

If Beyoncé wins just four Grammys, she will top the list of females with most Grammy wins in history.

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Michael Jordan just donated $2 million to a US food shelter network

 - Celebrities - Nov 26 SHARE ON:

Michael Jordan continues to live up to his title as Greatest of All Time years after his basketball career as he donates $2 million to the United States’ biggest network of food shelters.

Jordan donated a sizeable chunk of his earnings from the acclaimed ESPN-Netflix series ‘The Last Dance’ to ‘Feeding America’ after earlier reports of him planning to donate.

Feeding America works hand-in-hand with 200 food banks and 60,000 partners across the United States and has provided 4.2 billion meals since the start of the pandemic.

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Malta will be one of the first countries to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

 - COVID-19 - Nov 25 SHARE ON:

Prime Minister Robert Abela has announced that Malta will be one of the first countries to receive the COVID-19 vaccine around the beginning of January.

This was announced during tonight’s Live Q&A.

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Frontliners to receive COVID-19 vaccine first

 - COVID-19 - Nov 25 SHARE ON:

During tonight’s Live Q&A, Prime Minister Robert Abela has announced that Malta will be one of the first countries to receive the COVID-19 vaccine around the beginning of January.

He added that the frontliners will be the first to get vaccinated, while assuring that there will be enough COVID-19 vaccines for the whole population of Malta.

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