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Source says Keys to sing anthem at Super Bowl

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Alicia Keys is adding her voice to the Super Bowl show. The Grammy-winning singer has been lined up to perform the national anthem before the NFL championship game on Feb. 3 in New Orleans, a person familiar with Super Bowl entertainment plans said Friday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the NFL has not yet announced the anthem singer. The NFL said in October that Beyoncé would be the star of the halftime show at this year’s Super Bowl.

De la Renta invites Galliano to studio

John Galliano has been invited by Oscar de la Renta to return to fashion for the first time since the designer’s anti-Semitic rant at a Paris cafe was captured on video. De la Renta invited Galliano to spend time in his studio over the next three weeks, according to a statement Friday by de la Renta’s company. Galliano was dismissed as creative director of Christian Dior and left his own label two years ago after his rant went viral.

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