Next up, Lonsdale switched to white pants and ditched his shirt for “White Noise,” a vintage-soul-inspired number imbued with a positive antiracist message. He was joined by a saxophonist and a tap dancer for the soaring finale. “When we dance, let’s dance together,” he sang.
The mood was even more upbeat on “Chocolate,” a funky psychedelic-soul jam presented with a bright color palette that extended from Lonsdale and company’s clothing to the palm tree set pieces and kaleidoscopic patterns swirling on the screen. “Ain’t life sweet?” Lonsdale sang. “Sweet like chocolate?” As the song came to an end, he reclined on the floor and asked, “Ain’t that the truth?”
As he took a well-deserved breather after 13 nonstop minutes of singing and dancing, Lonsdale thanked Billboard, Live-At-Home sponsor Mercedes-Benz, and Black Youth Project 100, the charity he chose to promote and raise money for with his performance. BYP100 comprises Black
A five-year-old boy discovered his dead mum at home after the coronavirus lockdown had “broken” her.
Archie found his mum Katie Simms, 32, unresponsive in their living room in Kettering on 28 September.
Katie had “shut herself away” after her older brother Barry Gunn killed himself in 2015, according to her sibling David.
Police have confirmed they’re not treating her death as suspicious and are currently preparing a report for the coroner.
David, 40, told Northants Live: “And I think Covid broke her to be honest.
“She couldn’t get to visit my mum, because she’s got breathing difficulties so couldn’t leave the house to visit.
“My dad was diagnosed with bowel cancer, he’s now got a tumour so can’t travel, so lockdown has basically broke us all.”
David said he felt