On the front page of the news this Sunday, May 7...


On the front page of the news this Sunday, May 7...

Concert. Katy Perry, Lionel Ritchie and Andrea Bocelli will be the headliners of the concert given for the coronation of Charles III, this Sunday, May 7, in the noticeable absence of any British megastars while the event is currently generating little publicity. public enthusiasm. This eclectic poster will also bring together the boy band Take Tha or the classical music composer Alexis Ffrench for the performance planned in front of 20,000 people at Windsor Castle, on the outskirts of London.

There will also be a choir made up of amateurs from different communities: lifeguards at sea, taxi drivers and reggae groups, in addition to a virtual choir bringing together representatives of the Commonwealth, an alliance of nations composed mainly of former British colonies. The concert program confirmed press reports of major British stars refusing to perform, such as Elton John, Adele, Ed Sheeran, or Harry Styles.

Tatami. Six years after his last appearance on the planetary scene, Teddy Riner returns to the World Judo Championships from Sunday in Doha, where Clarisse Agbégnénou also signs her big comeback after her maternity leave. The ten-time world champion (100 kg) has not participated in the world judo meeting since his tenth coronation, in 2017. Just over a year from the Olympics at home, the Blues will also be able to count on an ambitious female contingent, led by the reigning world champion Romane Dicko or the revelation of this beginning of the year, Blandine Pont.