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Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
She’s still just a teenager, but Billie Eilish dominated the annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The 18-year-old swept the four major categories, winning Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
A Caspian Airlines jet carrying well over 100 passengers slid off a runway and onto the middle of a road this morning. It happened at an airport in Mahshahr, Iran, and fortunately there have been no injuries reported by officials and the plane didn’t catch fire.
incredible photo from Mahshahr, Iran, where a Caspian Airlines plane slid off the runway on to a road. state media said 135 people were on board, and that there were no injuries— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) January 27, 2020
📸Mostafa Gholamnezad/ISNA/AFP via Getty Images pic.twitter.com/mfpNgqvWC1
Over the weekend, the NHL All-Stars gathered in St. Louis for a skills competition and three-on-three All-Star tournament. The Pacific Division came out on top, largely thanks to the performances of Elias Petterson and Quinn Hughes, who put their skills on display. The latter, who had six points in two games, even got some high praise from Wayne Gretzky.
and folks.. this is why we are the quinn hughes fanclub. we've got gretzky approval now. pic.twitter.com/anHM8xzgDa— quinn hughes fanclub (@omikhatib) January 26, 2020
On Sunday, the BBC did a segment talking about the death of Kobe Bryant, but they made a pretty significant mistake. Instead of showing footage of Bryant, they showed footage of LeBron James. The broadcast network was criticized heavily online and then issued an apology for the mistake later on in the show.
I genuinely cannot believe that the actual BBC News at 10 just did this pic.twitter.com/n6csMV9OOG— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) January 26, 2020
One of Canada’s biggest remaining music festivals, Osheaga has unveiled its 2020 headliners. Kendrick Lamar, Lizzo and Foo Fighters are the big names at this year’s festival in Montreal, but you can expect the undercard to have some fantastic acts as well. Those names have slowly started to be revealed through Twitter, but a full lineup card hasn’t been released.
EXCLUSIVE! Bell Alt TV is proud to announce that @foofighters, @lizzo and @kendricklamar will be the headliners on our stage at @osheaga. The full lineup of the festival’s 15th edition will be announced soon 😄 #bellalttv #osheaga pic.twitter.com/wkwEIsIolD— Bell (@Bell) January 27, 2020
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