Jasmine Thompson takes the stage in plaid to perform at 2015 Sanremo Giovani held at the Ariston Theatre on Saturday (November 28) in Sanremo, Italy.
The 15-year-old British singer recently posted a live cover version of Florence + the Machine‘s song “Never Let Me Go,” which you can watch below!
“Me singing ‘Never Let Me Go’ by Florence + The Machine at my very first headline show at Islington Academy, London on 20 November 2015,” Jasmine wrote. “Performing this song was always one of my favourite moments in the set. Thanks to Mitch for the awesome piano playing. Can’t wait to do more shows next year!”
Jasmine Thompson Covers ‘Never Let Me Go’ By Florence + the Machine
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Tavi Gevinson stops to pose while attending a photo call to launch the 2016 Pirelli Calendar by Annie Leibovitz held at Grosvenor House on Monday (November 30) in London, England.
The 19-year-old actress and Rookie magazine editor appears in this year’s installment alongside stars like Amy Schumer and Serena Williams.
“I started to think about the roles that women play, women who have achieved something,” Annie said in a statement. “I wanted to make a classic set of portraits. I thought that the women should look strong but natural and I decided to keep it a very simple exercise of shooting in the studio. This calendar is so completely different. It is a departure. The idea was not to have any pretense in these pictures and be very straightforward.”
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“Wow. Been dreaming of this day for 2 years now. This was a long process but an amazing one!” Kylietweeted. “Visiting the factories and sitting in the chem room creating the perfect colors and formulas for you guys!”
She continued, “This is all me and I put my everything into these lip kits. I hope you guys love them as much as I do. Definitely more to come.”
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