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'I'm going': First lady Jill Biden to attend Super Bowl in Glendale

The Arizona Republic 07 Feb 2023
During a visit to the USS Gabrielle Giffords, first lady Jill Biden said she is going to Arizona to watch the Super Bowl game ... .
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Jill Biden shines at the Grammys

The Spokesman-Review 07 Feb 2023
Jill Biden got the dress code memo ... How often do Jill Biden and Machine Gun Kelly (in a reflective silver foil Dolce & Gabbana suit) look as if they are in the same universe? Being part of the most dominant fashion trend of the night is a very specific form of outreach, the planting of a visual earwig.
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How the White House was forced to get new desk chairs for 5ft 2in Kamala ...

The Daily Mail 07 Feb 2023
Her approval rating is lower than even Biden's own weak standing in the eyes of voters ... Even Biden has expressed his doubts ... She declined being at Washington Dulles International Airport to welcome an early shipment of baby formula during shortages last year, according to the report, and Jill Biden went instead.
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Lee Rocker of The Stray Cats coming to Bonita Springs, Feb. 18

Lehigh Acres Citizen 07 Feb 2023
Lee Rocker, founding member of The Stray Cats. PHOTO PROVIDED. Grammy-nominated Stray Cats’ founder and Bass Player Hall of Famer Lee Rocker, known for worldwide mega hits that include Rock This Town, Stray Cat Strut, and Sexy and Seventeen, kicks off the new year with shows across the country ... 18 at 7.30 p.m ... Jill Biden’s Luncheon ... Source.
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Bonnie Raitt looks as cheerful as ever while out for the first time since shock ...

The Daily Mail 07 Feb 2023
Bonnie Raitt was seen for the first time after unexpectedly winning Song of the Year over a a star-studded field of nominees at the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday. While stepping out in Burbank, California on Monday morning, the 73-year-old blues singer looked happy and relaxed while showing off her lovely smile as she met up with friends ... Jill Biden ... .
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Grammys Moments: A rap tribute for the ages, Beyoncé triumph

The Sharon Herald 07 Feb 2023
As he accepted an innovator's award named for him, Dr. Dre mused about what he had in common with many of the people he saw from the Grammy Awards stage ... QUEEN BEY'S HAUL ... The Rock as one of the Grammy presenters? Jill Biden? James Corden? At least the outgoing talk show host noted the incongruity of him giving an award for dance and electronic music.
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What the devil were the Grammys doing letting Sam ‘Satan’ Smith troll most of America?

New York Post 07 Feb 2023
More From. Piers Morgan. Racism didn't kill Tyre Nichols – moronic, poorly trained cops did ... Hmmm ... I wouldn’t go as far as Sen ... “Thisisevil.” ... FilmMagic ... The virtue-signaling came when first lady Jill Biden appeared on stage to present an Iranian singer with an award for his song that has become a protest anthem in the repressed regime.
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Jill Biden honors Iranian protest anthem with Grammy for social change

The Hill 06 Feb 2023
2023-02-06T04.36.46+00.00 Jill Biden honors Iranian protest anthem with Grammy for social change First Lady Jill Biden honored an “anthem” of the protests in Iran Sunday night as she presented a new Grammy Award recognizing songs that address social change.
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Taylor Swift’s Reaction to Jill Biden’s Grammy Appearance Goes Viral

The Wichita Eagle 06 Feb 2023
Social-media users think they can spot a beef brewing between Taylor Swift and Jill Biden after a viral moment from the 2023 Grammy Awards. First lady of the United States ... .
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Iran's Shervin Hajipour facing prison wins Grammy, Jill Biden honours singer

India Today 06 Feb 2023
Irans Shervin Hajipour facing prison wins Grammy Jill Biden honours singer ... .
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Watch: Jill Biden's speech on Iran singer's Grammy win. He may face prison

Hindustan Times 06 Feb 2023
Shervin Hajipour was stunned after US first lady Joe Biden announced that he had won the Grammy for new song for social change special merit award for “Baraye.” The song became an anthem ... Jill Biden, in her speech said, a song “can unite, inspire and ultimately change the world.”.
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Jill Biden underscores the power of music at Grammys 2023, saying 'a song can unite'

The National 06 Feb 2023
First Lady Jill Biden presented two awards at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Sunday ... Follow the latest news on the Grammys 2023 here ... “A song can unite, inspire and ultimately change the world”, Biden said as she presented the award ... Biden is not the only first lady to appear at the Grammy Awards, the music industry's top honours ... ....
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Jill Biden honors Iranian singer with Grammys' new 'social change' award and presents song of ...

The Daily Mail 06 Feb 2023
Jill Biden present two awards at the Grammys on Sunday night, a new one for social change and Song of the Year to Bonnie Raitt ... Jill Biden presented at the Grammy Award on Sunday night ... Jill Biden also presented song of the year to Bonnie Raitt ... Jill Biden is not the only first lady to appear at the Grammy Awards.

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