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Bhula Dunga: SidNaaz’ chemistry in this heartfelt song will remind you of Bigg Boss days

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BiggBoss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill, lovingly called SidNaaz by their fans, have finally come together for the first time after the controversial reality show Bigg Boss.

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The duo is seen in the just-released song called Bhula Dunga by Darshan Raval and their amazing chemistry has become the talk of the town.

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This is Sidharth’s first music video and SidNaaz fans were eagerly waiting for the song to hit YouTube. Even before the release of the song, it ruled on Twitter and garnered millions of tweets.

In the love ballad by Darshan Raval, Sidharth and Shehnaaz’s bond has done wonders again. In the song Bhula Dunga, the duo is seen showing heartbreak as they get separated. Within a few minutes of the release, the song earned more than 3 lakh views on YouTube.

The song and the chemistry will remind you of their bonding in the Bigg Boss 13 house.

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Their popularity has grown each day, even after Shehnaaz entered the house again for her next show Mujhse Shaadi Karoge. The Punjab Ki Katrina Kaif was supposed to find a groom for herself on the show but she confessed her love for Sidharth and came out alone.

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Spanish cuisine gets cooking with NGOS by José Andrés

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World Central Kitchen is already working in Madrid with six facilities and is preparing its landing in Barcelona and Valencia in times of coronavirus

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‘Lights Out With David Spade’ Not Returning to Comedy Central

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The late-night show will be shopped to other outlets.

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Comedy Central will not bring Lights Out With David Spade back to the network.

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The late-night show featuring Spade and a revolving panel of guests discussing pop culture news stopped production March 12, joining hundreds of other shows in shutting down due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Unlike most of its late-night counterparts, however, it has not resumed production yet. Spade has been producing short pieces for the network’s digital and social outlets.

Despite the show’s ending on Comedy Central, the ViacomCBS cable network will try to shop Lights Out to other outlets. The show is produced by Comedy Central Productions, and executives there remain positive about the show’s creative aspects. Spade will continue producing his digital shows for the next few weeks and work with Comedy Central Productions toward finding a new home for the show.

The audience for Lights Out has not been soft since its debut in July 2019. The show typically drew less than half the audience of its Daily Show lead-in. The show’s digital and social properties also didn’t rack up the same numbers as many other late-night shows (although Spade himself has a large following).

Comedy Central has had difficulty filling the post-Daily Show spot since Stephen Colbert ended The Colbert Report prior to his departure for CBS. News-oriented programs like Larry Wilmore’s Nightly Show and The Opposition With Jordan Klepper lasted less than a year each before the debut of Lights Out.

Comedy Central had hoped a show with a lighter tone would entice audiences back to the 11:30 spot as a “palate cleanser” before viewers went to sleep. 

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Two Kennedy Family Members Are Missing in the Chesapeake Bay

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Two boaters went missing in the Chesapeake Bay on Thursday afternoon. According to the Washington Post, they have been identified as Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, the 40-year-old granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy, and her eight-year-old son, Gideon.

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Townsend McKean’s husband, David McKean, told the newspaper the family had gathered at the Shady Side, Maryland, home of his wife’s mother, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend. Children were playing with a ball that fell into the water, and Townsend McKean and her son boarded a canoe to chase after it. “They just got farther out than they could handle and couldn’t get back in,” he said.

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According to the Post, an ocean storm meant the bay was windy, with a speed of around 30 miles an hour that afternoon. At about 7 p.m., an overturned canoe and paddle were found near Deale, Maryland, according to the Anne Arundel Fire Department.

Townsend McKean met her husband while they were both working in the office of Senator Dianne Feinstein; they married in 2009. Gideon, named after a landmark Supreme Court case, is their oldest child.

She is currently the head of the Georgetown University Global Health Initiative and worked at the State Department and the Department of Health and Human Services during the Obama administration. Last May, alongside one of her uncles and her mother, a former lieutenant governor of Maryland, Townsend McKean wrote an op-ed decrying her uncle Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s anti-vaccine advocacy. Joe Kennedy, the Massachusetts congressman challenging Senator Ed Markey for his seat, is her cousin.

No strangers to tragedy, the family only recently suffered an unexpected loss. In August 2019, Saoirse Kennedy Hill, another granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy, died of an accidental overdose at the age of 22. She was found unresponsive at the family’s compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, the location where John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy were heading when their plane went down in the Atlantic Ocean in July 1999.

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