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World Cup might withdraw, with England poised to drop its push for the event. England is rumoured to be considering dropping its 2022 bid to focus solely on winning the 2018 hosting rights if the United States in turn withdraws from the 2018 race.
Some volunteers did not get their tickets at all on that day. The volunteers The New Paper spoke to said they had been promised either grandstand tickets to watch the race on Sunday, or grandstand tickets for the qualifying race on Saturday. It is
Nicole Scherzinger was spotted in Singapore with her man, Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton , while he competed in the Grand Prix at the Marina Bay City circuit. But after he crashed out due to a collision with a competing racer, she went into super
The pop diva, Mariah Carey fell on stage while she was performing at a concert in Singapore on Saturday, September 25, 2010. The singing sensation was entertaining a huge crowd by performing her 1992 hit single "Make It Happen"
The pop queen slips while performing, but it's how she recovers that's truly comical. Four songs into Mariah Carey's Sunday night set at the Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix, the singer had a wardrobe malfunction. Nothing
On Mariah Carey’s concert held at the Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix on. Ok, there is nothing wrong with her wardrobe though, maybe its her dancing that goes wrong. While Mariah is striding across the stage
Fernando Alonso won the FIA 2010 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix from pole position owned a day before. This is his second win in Singapore since 2008 and fourth win of the season. The Ferrari driver was followed by Sebastian Vettel in a close
Skooter sports report 09/27/10 SINGAPORE — Ferrari's Fernando Alonso of Spain moved to within 11 points of the Formula One championship lead when he held off Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel of Germany in a
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE Mariah Carey slipped and fell on stage while performing "Make It Happen' in Singapore. She was quickly assisted by her
The Federation Equestre Internationale describes the object of dressage as "the development of the horse into a happy athlete through harmonious education. As a result, it makes the horse calm, supple, loose and flexible, but also confident,