The Red Hot Chili Peppers have always had interesting music videos, but this new video for “Go Robot” might be the weirdest. The band uses the video to recreate several iconic scenes from the 1977 classic disco movie Saturday Night Fever, even filming several scenes in their video at several locations where SNF was filmed.Singer Anthony Keidis is the video’s star, and he really bares it all as he plays an almost-nude robot seeking acceptance in the world. He walks the streets, mostly ignored or disliked, before eventually ending up at a discoteque, where he is entranced by the lights and music and dance-moves. Eventually, he sees a female robot on the dance floor, and the two dance the night away having finally found each other.Check out the video for “Go Robot” below!
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Southampton: Former England captain Michael Vaughan on Wednesday expressed his displeasure after seeing “so many empty seats” at the World Cup match between India and South Africa here.He stated that there were a sizeable number of vacant seats when the match started at 10:30 am local time.“Such a shame there are so many empty seats,” Vaughan said while commentating on BBC Radio.“They keep saying it’s sold out but where are the tickets?” asked Vaughan.Although the people started pouring in as the day progressed and there was a good number in attendance when India skipper Virat Kohli came out to bat after opener Shikhar Dhawan’s dismissal.The organisers have already come under fire for empty seats during the England and Pakistan match at Nottingham on Monday.Some fans expressed their anger on social media at the non-availability of tickets, saying that the corporate ticket-holders do not turn up for the games while the genuine fans miss out on a chance to catch the action.
A puff of smoke signalled an engine failure and his eighth ‘Did Not Finish’ (DNF) of the season while his 21-year-old Dutch tyro team-mate secured a repeat of his 2017 triumph, his second win this season and the fifth of his career.Vettel’s Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen came home third ahead of Hamilton and his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas.Nico Hulkenberg was sixth for Renault ahead of Charles Leclerc of Sauber, Stoffel Vandoorne of McLaren, Marcus Ericsson in the second Sauber and Pierre Gasly of Toro Rosso.For Ferrari, it was a first double podium success in Mexico since 1990 with Alain Prost and Nigel Mansell. Share on: WhatsApp Mexico City, Mexico | AFP | Lewis Hamilton claimed his fifth drivers’ world championship on Sunday to draw level with Juan Manuel Fangio in the Formula One record books when he finished fourth behind a victorious Max Verstappen in the Mexican Grand Prix.The 33-year-old Briton’s only remaining championship rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari, who needed a victory, with Hamilton outside the top seven, to keep his hopes alive, finished second.Hamilton’s success – the third time he has taken the title without finishing on the race podium – elevated him to a supreme club alongside Fangio with only seven-time champion Michael Schumacher ahead of him.He was adding the 2018 crown to his championship wins in 2008, 2014, 2015 and 2017.He celebrated by executing ‘doughnut’ wheel spins for the cheering crowd before leaping out of his car and into the arms of his team.After being congratulated by Vettel, Hamilton said: “It’s a very strange feeling, a very humbling experience. To complete this when Fangio did it as well, it’s a very surreal feeling.”““That’s how you do it – that’s how you drive, Lewis,” said Hollywood film star Will Smith on Mercedes team radio after Hamilton took the chequered flag.Hamilton, who started third on the grid, struggled with chronic tyre-wear after making a strong start in his Mercedes and settled for a cautious cruise to the title without a podium finish.Verstappen, upstaged by his Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo in qualifying on Saturday, came home 17.108 seconds ahead of Vettel after the luckless Australian pole-sitter retired with nine laps remaining.
20 Mar 2016 Leading girl golfers to represent England in new Scottish championship Six leading girl golfers will represent England in the new Scottish U18 girls’ stroke play championship at Strathmore, from April 6-8. They are Annabel Bailey of Leicestershire, Sharna Dutrieux of Kent, Martha Lewis of Surrey, Emily Price of Shropshire, Bel Wardle of Cheshire and Amelia Williamson of Norfolk. The championship will be played over 54 holes. The players are all members of the England Golf girls’ squad: Annabel Bailey, 17, (Kirby Muxloe) is an England girl international and helped to secure the team’s eighth successive win at the girls’ Home Internationals. Also last season she tied 10th in the Helen Holm Scottish women’s stroke play and in the English girls’ championship. (Image © Leaderboard Photography). Sharna Dutrieux, 17, (Wrotham Heath) had top ten finishes in the English girls’ championship and the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. In women’s events she was fourth in the Liphook scratch cup, tied 11th in the Hampshire Rose and 23rd in the Helen Holm Scottish stroke play. Martha Lewis, 16, (St George’s Hill) tied sixth in the English U16 girls’ championship, eighth in the North of England U16 stroke play and reached the last 32 in the British girls’ championship. She has represented England at U16 level. Emily Price, 16, (Cleobury Mortimer) tied third in last year’s English and Scottish U16 girls’ championships. She also tied second in the Royal Birkdale scratch trophy and 10th in the English women’s stroke play. She was the 2014 English U15 girls’ champion and has represented England at U16 level. Bel Wardle, 16, (Prestbury) has represented England at U16 level and made the cut in the recent Portuguese women’s amateur championship. Last season she was 10th in the British women’s stroke play and was fourth in both the Liphook Scratch Cup and the Pleasington Putter. Amelia Williamson, 15, (Royal Cromer) won the West of England U16 stroke play and three English schools’ titles in 2015: the national, the U16 and the South East championships. She tied sixth in the English U16 girls and 22nd in the English women’s amateur. She has represented England at U16 level.
TeamsMen, captained by Roy Smethurst (Crewe, Cheshire):Ian Attoe (Worplesdon, Surrey)Stephen East (Wyke Ridge, Yorkshire)Trevor Foster (Accriungton & District, Lancashire)Rupert Kellock (Sunningdale, Berkshire)Richard Latham (Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire)Richard Partridge (Wildernesse, Kent) 5 Sep 2018 England teams march ahead in European championships Women, captained by Debbie Richards (Burhill, Surrey).Aileen Greenfield (Pyecombe, Sussex)Sue Spencer (Whittington Heath, Straffordshire)Jackie Foster (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire)Julie Brown (Trentham, Staffordshire)Cath Rawthore (Sale, Cheshire)Helen Lowe (Scraptoft, Leicestershire) England marched into the match play stages of the European senior team championships, with the men going through as top seeds and the women in fourth place.The men, playing at the Diamond Club in Austria, had only one round to make an impact in qualifying after yesterday’s play was washed out.They made no mistakes today and won the qualifying round by four shots. Their team total, with their best five scores from six counting, was three-over par.British Senior Champion Trevor Foster (pictured) led the way for the team with a score of one-under 71, one behind the individual winners. Ian Attoe, Rupert Kellock and Richard Latham added par scores and Stephen East contributed four-over 76.The top eight teams qualified for the championship knock-out stage and tomorrow England will play Sweden in the quarter finals.The women, competing in Mont du Golf Garni in Belgium, played steadily over their two days of qualifying. Top scorer was Cath Rawthore, who shared third place in the individual table on two-over par.They will also play Sweden in their quarter-final tomorrow. Tags: European, Senior Team Championship
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