It was released in May as the third single from the group's debut studio album, Aquarium The song topped the charts worldwide, particularly in European countries such as the UK, where it was a number-one hit for three weeks. It was also on top of the charts in Australia for the same length of time, and debuted and peaked at number 7 on the US Billboard Hot on 6 September , where it remains Aqua's biggest hit single, and their only one to reach the top 20 of the Billboard Hot It is Aqua's most popular work.
That Bride: Kanchan Porta Panjabi
That Bride: Kanchan Porta Panjabi - Sassy Hong Kong
All love stories have to begin somewhere. How did you two meet? Albert happened to be at the window and I went over to get some fresh air, so I struck up a conversation with him. He seemed like an interesting guy and it helped that we could actually hold a conversation for more than 15 minutes.
Reclaiming Remembrance: 'I thought it was a white event'
At a time when the nation has still not come to terms with Sushant Singh Rajput's death, a shocking case of year-old TikTok star SIya Kakkar has shocked everyone. The reason behind her death is still unknown and, as per the latest reports, the police investigation is underway. The tragic news has made her fans extremely sad and, condolences are pouring in across social media.
Weddings: they bring families together, giving the happy couple a chance to integrate the traditions they grew up with as well as create some of their own. As part of the Herald's focus on superdiversity this week, we asked our online readers and Facebook audience to share their multicultural weddings. Take a look at how wonderful it can be when two people joining in matrimony create a beautiful, unique wedding:. My parents are both European from NZ: My father's parents are Irish and my mother's parents are English; my husband is half Tongan from a Tongan father and half Maori from a Maori mother they wed in and remain married. I was never worried about our skin colour, ethnic differences or our cultural differences, because we respected each other enough to learn and accept our differences.