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I’d rather die than not have kids says Billie Eilish

 - Celebrities - Jun 22 SHARE ON:
I’d rather die than not have kids says Billie Eilish

Pop star Billie Eilish has came out candidly abut the prospect of having children, expressing her desire to become a mother in the future. 

Speaking in a brand new interview, the singer went into everything concerning her family, feeling unsafe in America and her demanding tour schedules. 

During the interview, the 20-year-old said that she worries about having children, saying that she dreads it but wants to be a mum. ‘I would rather die than not have kids. I need them’ she said. 

“The older I get, the more I experience things, I just think, uuuugh, what am I going to do when my kid thinks that this is the right thing to do and I’m, like, no, it’s not! And they won’t listen to me.”

However, Eilish went on to open up about her worries, reflecting on the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. She said it’s scary being a young person in today’s America, and that it shouldn’t be ok to be scared going to school. 

Set to be the youngest ever solo headliner to perform at Glastonbury festival, Eilish talked about her gruelling concert schedules. She said that on the European leg of her Happier Than Every tour, she went days without seeing natural light due to her timetable. 

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Joseph Muscat could head Malta Professional Football Clubs Association

 - Local - Jun 22 SHARE ON:
Joseph Muscat voted head of Malta Professional Football Clubs Association

Former prime minister Joseph Muscat could be heading the Malta Professional Football Clubs Association after his name was put into the ring. 

Comprising 14 clubs from the island’s top-tier football league, the association was formed last year to represent premier league clubs. Members met yesterday afternoon to discuss the former PM’s possible appointment to head the association. 

This follows Santa Lucija President Robert Micallef stepping down from the post. Around two-thirds of the clubs voted in favour, whereas other clubs, including Valletta, cited Muscat’s controversial political history. 

Those in favour argued that he would elevate the MPFCA’s profile through his contacts and negotiation skills. Times of Malta revealed that MPFCA members want to move away from having the association led by a club president and instead pick someone external to the clubs. 

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Civil Protection battles blaze at Corradino Industrial Estate

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Civil Protection battles blaze at Corradino Industrial Estate

Firefighters from the Civil Protection Department battled a large blaze which broke out late on Tuesday at the Corradino Industrial Estate.

The fire blazed the storage areas at the Estate, with the department saying that 250,000 litres of water, 2,000 litres of foam and a range of equipment, including a rotating tele handler, were used. 

Thankfully, no one was injured. Well done to all involved. 

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Summer has landed & Malta’s most fashionable event is up next!

 - Culture - Jun 21 SHARE ON:
Summer has landed & Malta's most fashionable event is up next!

Summer is officially here and with it, a long list of seasonal parties which serve as the canvas for unforgettable memories for years to come. Amongst them, summer’s hottest and most fashionable event; The FashionTV White Party at Café del Mar.

 

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The event, helmed by international fashion and lifestyle channel FashionTV and hosted by G7 Events in collaboration with Life Events, is synonymous with summer and open air clubbing; a perfect start to party season.

The Café del Mar rendez-vous dons a super line-up of entertainers including Debrii, D-Rey, Joseph Stayl, Koroma, Miggy, Tony Renda, violinist Maria Cini and saxophonist Mr. Fabris and will take place on June 28, an eve of a public holiday.

 

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The event will also feature FashionTV’s glamorous and exclusive set-up for a one-off extravaganza and luxurious night out. Sofas can be booked by contacting [email protected] and tickets can be purchased here.

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