“COVID-19 will not kill Christmas” stated following of ‘Christmas in the City’

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Jason Micallef, Chairman of Valletta Cultural Agency stated that “COVID-19 will not kill Christmas” during the launch of the month-long ‘Christmas in the City’ event in Valletta.

In an attempt to maintain Christmas spirit and keeping Valletta alive as a tourist hub, Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli stated that the MTA and the ministry has been hard at work to ‘support the industry in a regulated manner’.

‘Christmas in the City’ will start from 20th November until the end of the year with an entire agenda of Christmas activities.


David Guetta ranks as world’s number one in DJ Mag polls

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French superstar David Guetta shows that he’s still got it after topping DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll after 9 years away from the number one spot. 

The 53-year-old stated that he feels happier than the first time the ranked number one because it’s a different time in DJ culture, especially with the lack of touring. 

Right after Guetta come Belgian duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren and Brazilian DJ Alok.

Find the full list here.


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Disney launch heart-warming Christmas Advert

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No strangers to hitting us right in the feels, Disney have done it again with their latest Christmas Advert, which  they have launched officially today on all social media.

Signed off with the phrase, ‘From Our Family To Yours’, the emotional video takes us into the animated lives of a grandmother, her granddaughter and a Mickey Mouse stuffed animal. 

Accompanied by emotional music saying “you’re never too far away”, the advert illustrates the message of Christmas spirit and taking care of our loved ones in classic Disney fashion.

You can watch it all here:

2020 Disney Christmas Advert

We're proud to introduce the 2020 Disney Christmas Advert. From Our Family To Yours ✨

Posted by Disney on Friday, November 6, 2020


Michael Scofield actor steps down from Prison Break role ‘forever’

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In a heart-breaking Instagram post on Wentworth Miller’s account, the actor behind Prison Break’s Michael Scofield announced that he will be stepping down from the role, forever.

Miller elaborated that he stepped down for the role because he doesn’t ‘want to play straight characters. Their stories have been told (and told).’

Official Prison Break social media accounts have revealed that the series will continue and will usher in ‘a new chapter’ for the series, despite Miller’s absence as Scofield.

Unfortunate news…It is with great regret to inform all of you, that Wentworth Miller has decided to step down from…

Posted by Prison Break on FOX on Monday, November 9, 2020