March 24 2018 Ball at the Stockholm Cultural Awards at the Nobility Palace, Stockholm: Second from left; Don Gunnar Andersson, Honorary Consul of Austria, Mr. Archduchess Walburga, Princess Marianne Bernadotte, Lij Negussu Tamrat, Princess Saba, Prince Ermias His Imperial Highness Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassie Haile-Selassie, President of the Crown Council of Ethiopia, and his wife, HIH Princess Saba Kabede, visited Stockholm, Sweden, during March 2018.
Sverker and Paulina Littorin, Honorary Consul of Ethiopia, H. Prince Ermias was invested on March 24, 2018, by Princess Marianne Bernadotte with a Stockholm Cultural Award.
But she was the wrong choice to win “America’s Got Talent.” Don’t get me wrong — I really mean it when I say she’s a sensational singer.
In the originality of her lyrics and in the idiosyncratic nature of her singing, she reminds me of the great Joni Mitchell.
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Grace Vander Waal, who was voted the winner last night in this season’s “America’s Got Talent” competition, is a 12-year-old singing sensation who deserves huge success.
The Prime Minister’s inaugural speech was important for its heartfelt call for a restoration of Ethiopia’s historical identity, and for the engagement of opposition groups and Ethiopians in the diaspora.
We pray that, together with the support of the Ethiopian People and his Administration, Prime Minister Abiy will bring about the necessary reforms, unity of purpose, and civility among our many great peoples and cultures which the Ethiopian people so earnestly desire.
My pleasure in being with you today is compounded by the knowledge that my late Grandfather, His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I, enjoyed such strong relations with the Crown and People of Sweden.
The show was created by Simon Cowell, and here’s Cowell in an interview in the Las Vegas Sun last December, talking about “America’s Got Talent”: Simon Cowell: “[T]he show really was designed for Vegas.
When we did ‘[American] Idol,’ it was all about finding the next big recording artist.
But, lo and behold, the evidence has convinced us that this is really an accepted part of Norwegian slang. It’s something that brings to mind chaotic, crazy conditions, like the “wild west,” and at least back when the expression was coined, the “wild west” held very strong Texas associations.
Hell, even when I was a kid in the 80s, I thought that American cowboys came from Texas, and that’s just how it was.
I say that because the show touts it like it’s a big deal – which it would be if they actually gave the winner a check for a million dollars.