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The Daily Lowdown: Gwyneth Paltrow wins civil court case

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Francesca Shillcock
Senior Features Writer
31 March 2023
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Welcome to your Daily Lowdown podcast from HELLO! Today, we're talking about Gwyneth Paltrow winning her civil court case. 

Not only that, Raye teases her Glastonbury performance and Perrie Edwards talks solo music. Take a listen to today's episode below...

Gwyneth Paltrow has won her civil court case for a ski collision that took place in 2016. The Oscar-winning actress was found "Not at fault" in the case against a man who sued her claiming she crashed into him while skiing. The Goop founder was awarded $1 in damages after the jury found Terry Sanderson was '100% at fault' for the skiing accident after they deliberated for two hours following eight days of hearing evidence and testimonies.

After it was announced that Gwyneth had won, the actress left the court room and could be heard whispering to the claimant saying she wishes him well. She later added that she was pleased with the outcome and that she appreciates all the hard work of the judge and jury.

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Billie Eilish performs onstage during the Estereo Picnic music festival in Bogota© JUAN PABLO PINO
Billie Eilish performs onstage during the Estereo Picnic music festival in Bogota

Billie Eilish fans were delighted when the singer made her recent return to Mexico City following a last-minute cancellation. The Bad Guy hitmaker was due to take to the stage at the Foro Sol venue earlier in the week but was forced to cancel the full performance due to bad weather. However, the star was able to put on a smaller, acoustic set for her die-hard fans and was even joined by her brother, Finneas. 

The siblings performed six tracks for the crowd including a gorgeous acoustic version of the hit song, Ocean Eyes.

Perrie Edwards has dropped a hint about when fans can hear her solo music. The former Little Mix star, who signed a solo recording contract in 2022, told Grazia magazine that although she's loving being in the studio, she's simply going with the flow and that there's "no deadline" for when she can release music. Perrie added that she feels so lucky just be having fun and feeling no pressure from her label, Columbia, who also look after Harry Styles and Beyonce. We're hoping that Perrie doesn't keep us waiting too long!

Gwyneth Paltrow wins civil court case © Pool
Gwyneth Paltrow wins civil court case

Raye has teased what fans can expect when she takes to the stage at Glastonbury festival in the summer. The Escapism singer told Apple Music that she has big plans for when she performs at the annual event taking place in June, and that it's set to be the best show she's put on to date. Raye's upcoming show comes soon after her huge success with her single Escapism which was her first number one after parting ways with her label and becoming an independent artist. Her long-awaited album, My 21st Century Blues, was released last month. 

And Busted fans were bracing themselves for a morning on Ticketmaster after tickets for the band's reunion tour went on sale. The pop-rock trio, consisting of James Bourne, Matt Willis and Charlie Simpson, announced their huge comeback earlier this month 18 years after they first split. Busted will hit the road in September for a string of gigs up and down the country – the band soon announced that the shows had sold out. Fans can also look forward to their new single, Loser Kid 2.0 which is out on the 14 April.

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