Freddy Dove always covered himself with glory in this part, and "took the stage
" with a Napoleonic attitude that brought down the house; for the big-headed boy, with solemn, dark eyes and square brow, was "the very moral of that rascal, Boneyparty," Mother Atkinson said.
Summary: Washington D.C [USA], Sept 2 (ANI): Australian singer Keith Urban stunned the audience at the Washington State Fair on Saturday night after he took the stage
and performed a cover of Taylor Swift's new song 'Lover.'
It was a night of rib-cracking laughter as the best in Kenyan stand up comedy took the stage
JOHNSTON CITY -- When Hunter Beasley took the stage
at the Johnston City High School Homecoming Talent Show two years ago, he stunned his classmates and teachers.
Dozens of cosplayers took the stage
for the Pinoy Litratista's Cosplay Competition.
"So glad to see someone so high and yet so functional," Stewart joked when the man took the stage
The grunge-hearted and freedom-bent Gin Rum 'N Truth came and took the stage
next and performed four songs ranging from album originals and a cover of Lionel Richie's 'Hello'.
Perhaps the hardesthitting shot came in a speech by Emmy presenters Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda who took the stage
alongside Dolly Parton, their co-star in Nine To Five.
Young singer Carmen Soliman took the stage
following the minister's speech with a collection of Arabic music covers, such as 'Ya Sahar El Layali' by Lebanese singer Fayrouz and 'Enta Omry' by late Egyptian singer Om Kalthoum, among others.
Before Sharon took the stage
for the second night of her concert series at The Theatre of Solaire, daughter KC Concepcion dropped by her dressing room to introduce half-sister Garie Concepcion.
As we previously reported, it seemed as if Miley called the flame-hared singer an 'a--hole' as he took the stage
to gather his award.
Germany's Andre Greipel of Lotto-Belisol took the stage
victory from FDJ's Nacer Bouhanni with Ireland's Sam Bennett of the NetApp-Endura team coming home third.
Cavendish - who had crashed 34 kilometres from the finish of the stage - appeared to pull up just before the line, knowing he was beaten as Greipel took the stage
win from Peter Sagan and Marcel Kittel.
Lithuanian Gediminas Bagdonas took the stage
honours yesterday, with Wales' Geraint Thomas in 10th, to be in 12th place overall.
Veteran South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela took the stage
with Grazing in the Grass, a No1 international hit in 1968.