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Jack White Honors Eddie Van Halen Through ‘SNL’ Performance

Per their original schedule, the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live was supposed to have country singer Morgan Wallen as its musical guest. Reports from an Alabama publication found that Wallen ran up a fairly high coronavirus risk for the show after he was spotted at a college party, however, and as a result he was dropped from the show. Coming in as a well-prepared substitute for the late scratch, Jack White was announced as Wallen replacement on Friday.

Proving to be a smooth transition from artist to artist, Jack White took the SNL stage backed by a small band that was comprised of drummer Daru Jones and bassist Dominic John Davis.

For his SNL performances, Jack White delivered some of his best hits while putting a new spin on some of them. Playing three songs for viewers during his set, White’s highlight performance came with his closing track.

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Kate Middleton Secretly Honors Princess Diana with Latest Jewelry Choice

Kate Middleton had quite an eventful week. Aside from visiting the University of Derby and welcoming the president and first lady of Ukraine, the duchess also paid homage to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

While speaking with Volodymyr Zelensky and his wife Olena at Buckingham Palace, Middleton wore a blue Emilia Wickstead dress and dazzled in a diamond and sapphire set, complete with her infamous drop earrings and a never-before-seen pendant necklace.

As most royal fans know, Middleton’s sapphire earrings were remodeled from Princess Diana’s original design and have already been worn on several occasions. But considering how perfectly that necklace matches the earrings and her wedding ring, it’s very likely that the necklace, which features a small, sapphire pendant surrounded by diamonds, is also a redesign from her late mother-in-law’s sapphire collection.

The original set was a wedding gift to Princess Diana by the Saudi royal family in 1981.

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Walters Wedding Estates Honors Military Couples with Wedding Giveaway

“It started with a friend request …” Some of the best love stories begin in the most unsuspecting ways, and Walters Wedding Estates can attest to hosting many unions that began just like that — online. Or in line at Target. Or in Okinawa while on military leave. You get the idea. Today, Walters Wedding Estates cordially invites you to learn the stories of 20 military families to be honored for their service after being nominated for the estates’ first-ever Weddings for Warriors giveaway.

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World War II love story inspires Wedding Giveaway for 20 Military Couples (Photo: Business Wire)

Approximately 175 military couples were nominated for the special giveaway created for military couples planning to tie the knot or renew their vows. “We honor the brave men and women who serve our country, and this is our way of

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