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Holidaymakers could need paper Covid vaccine certificates The destinations likely to be on the travel 'green list' this summer The destinations most likely to be on the 'amber list' Sign up to the Telegraph Travel newsletter A surge of pent-up holiday demand is set to be unleashed today when the Government reveals the first countries to make its “green” list, allowing quarantine-free travel from later this month. British holidaymakers are expected to be allowed to visit only a handful of destinations when the ban on international travel lifts on May 17, with Portugal, Malta and Israel due to make the cut. Details on which countries will make the “green” list on the new traffic light system, and which “amber”, meaning quarantine will be required on return, is expected in a Downing Street press conference at 5pm. Emma Coulthurst, a spokesperson for TravelSupermarket, said the holiday comparison site had already begun to see increases in search for those countries mooted to be on the list. The Government has taken a country's infection rates, vaccine progress and genomic sequencing capacity into account. “There are some really good prices at the moment if people are happy with the terms and conditions for the package holiday and decide to go ahead and book,” she said. “Once the green list is announced, there will be an anticipated increase in demand for those destinations on the list and, depending on demand levels, prices may go up.” Scroll down for the latest updates
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Legendary cellist also demonstrates why he’s considered a genius several times For their last new episode of “Desus & Mero” before they go on summer hiatus, Desus Nice and The Kid Mero took a trip to Boston to visit with legendary cellist — and 18-time Grammy winner — Yo-Yo Ma for what turned out to be a repeated examples of just why Ma is universally regarded as a genius. The whole thing is awesome, from their initial banter with Ma, who is extremely game to joke around, and a trip to Ma’s barber where they discussed his once glorious flowing locks of hair. But the highlight, if you can call the bulk of the clip a “highlight,” comes when Desus and Mero sat down with Ma for a demonstration of his musical abilities. It ended with Ma’s haunting tribute to cellist Pablo Casals — and a fun riff on the old “how do you get to Carnegie Hall” joke — but before that Ma somehow functioned as a cellist-DJ-Karaoke machine for Desus and Mero, playing some of their favorite songs while they sang, or rapped, or spoken-worded along. You’re here for DMX of course and you’ll be delighted to know that the first thing Ma did on request was a cello version of the iconic keyboard melody from DMX’s “Ruff Ryders Anthem.” Along with some really fun freestyle from Desus and Mero. Next up, Ma played the sick string melody from Britney Spears’ “Toxic,” and we’re not gonna lie, it ruled. And then, Ma performed the string hook from Sisqo’s “Thong Song.” Look, what we’re saying is that the whole thing ruled and it’s a bummer we’re going to have to wait a few months for more “Desus & Mero.” But you can tide yourself over by watching the whole thing, right now, at the top of the page. Read original story Desus and Mero Team Up With Yo-Yo Ma to Cover DMX and It’s Awesome (Video) At TheWrap
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Kelly insisted he was wearing Balmains in hugely mocked photo, but it looks like he rocks a much cheaper knock off Newsmax weirdo Greg Kelly, who has made something of a career out of telling the most bizarre tall tales and falsehoods on Twitter, found himself the object of ridicule twice over on Thursday after he posted a photo of himself wearing absolutely cringe cargo pants, and then attempted to deflect mockery by claiming they were actually $1000 designer pants. So, first Kelly tweeted out this photo with disgraced former president Trump — who just four months ago incited a deadly riot in an attempt to overthrow the government because he lost an election, in case you forgot. “Chillin’ with 45!” Kelly said, adding that he was wearing a pair of Bugle Boy jeans. Chillin’ with 45! (And yes. Those are BUGLE BOY jeans I’m wearing) pic.twitter.com/g8EwzRgrAs— Greg Kelly (@gregkellyusa) May 6, 2021 For those of you unaware, Bugle Boy was a brand of menswear that specialized in pants and jeans with elaborate stitching and often asymmetrical designs and odds numbers of pockets. They were especially popular in the late 1980s through the early 1990s but the company went out of business in 2001. They were honestly pretty cool — until they weren’t of course and yes, Kelly’s pants do look a lot like the kind of thing Bugle Boy would have sold. People clowned on him about it and that must have made him pretty self conscious, because 3 hours after the original tweet, he followed it up with what we assume he intended to be a definitive shut-down of his critics. “Everyone busting my CRACKERS over the “pants”–(partially my fault because I called attention to them with the Bugle Boy comment). The truth is, they’re BALMAIN (the most prestigious brand in PANTS)–my shoes are by Ferragamo. Basically, I’m a Sharp Dressed Man. Thank you!” Kelly said. Everyone busting my CRACKERS over the “pants”—(partially my fault because I called attention to them with the Bugle Boy comment). The truth is, they’re BALMAIN (the most prestigious brand in PANTS)—my shoes are by Ferragamo. Basically, I’m a Sharp Dressed Man. Thank you ! pic.twitter.com/sDgtoGy9Ol— Greg Kelly (@gregkellyusa) May 6, 2021 Now first, we have no idea what “busting my crackers” means. We guess he was trying to avoid using the word “balls,” but there already exists a minced oath version of that expression, which uses the word “chops.” So who knows. In any case, Anyway, while we would contest the assertion that wearing those pants in combination with loafers makes anyone “sharp dressed,” we do concede that Balmain cargo pants are super expensive — even an on-sale pair costs nearly a grand — and would, if true, mean that Kelly did indeed splurge like a baller on his tactical dad jeans. Alas, it looks like Kelly’s baller dreams are just that — dreams. Because one eagle eyed tweeter noted that he appears to be wearing a cheap knock off. Actually they are 96.99 from aliexpress. Balmain cargo pants only have 1 zipper pocket but the knock offs have 2. Odd thing to lie about. pic.twitter.com/PaTFQmSumM— 🌷Michelle🌷 (@Irish_Rose14) May 7, 2021 While we can’t say for certain how much the pants he’s wearing cost, TheWrap can confirm that they are indeed not Balmains. (Which do, in fact, have just the one zip pocket.) Anyway, see a sample of some of the more amusing reactions to this weird mess below: Nobody:Absolutely no one:Pants in 90s comic books: https://t.co/kDV2ziWlvp— IFY (@IfyNwadiwe) May 7, 2021 YO U GOT THE MALLMAINS WITH THE FERRAGAMO LOAFS AND THE VAN HEUSEN WRINKLE FREE SHIRT / BLAZER COMBO TF IS HAPPENING HERE GREGORY? 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 https://t.co/E2JFA26cZq— THE KID MERO 🇩🇴 (@THEKIDMERO) May 7, 2021 Are these the pants you were wearing when you smoked jazz cigarettes and ended up in Kenya https://t.co/AmovGRDIDW pic.twitter.com/Dda6M1aPE0— ⚓️🚢Imani Gandy 🚢⚓️ (@AngryBlackLady) May 7, 2021 Tough day for Balmain and Ferragamo. https://t.co/lhiuaX06LG— Franklin Leonard (@franklinleonard) May 7, 2021 I always wondered what kind of dude pays $1200 for cargo PANTS. pic.twitter.com/ZXb4bfngrs— Schooley (@Rschooley) May 6, 2021 nigga rocking khaki mallmains https://t.co/3mAuCJsGEJ— big baby🧸 (@BIGBABYSCUMBAG) May 7, 2021 Everyone busting my CRACKERS over the “pants”—(partially my fault because I called attention to them with the Bugle Boy comment). The truth is, they’re BALMAIN (the most prestigious brand in PANTS)—my shoes are by Ferragamo. Basically, I’m a Sharp Dressed Man. Thank you ! pic.twitter.com/0zrosgXo5f— Josh Spiegel (@mousterpiece) May 7, 2021 I’ve never seen a better argument for celibacy in my entire life #MyEyes https://t.co/rduwlOEuhW— Tara Dublin Wrote A Whole Book in Lockdown (@taradublinrocks) May 7, 2021 TFW you think you’re fancy but you have no idea how to properly dress https://t.co/u8nuhTgmsF— Bradley P. Moss (@BradMossEsq) May 7, 2021 When you wanna impress an elderly racist, but also gotta be prepared to defend wall Maria from a Titan attack at a moment's notice https://t.co/PSOtZQFYS8— Rafi Schwartz (@TheJewishDream) May 7, 2021 I’ve seen a lot of fashion BUT this Balmain & Ferragamo look . . NO 😏 pic.twitter.com/1zC5Dzvwaa— TRUE FASHIONISTA NOW (@tfnow) May 7, 2021 Hard to know where to begin with these trousers, but the least obvious point may be the 8 or more inches of excess inseam, stacked Spandex-style above his decidedly normal loafers. https://t.co/w5uE3AfSgN— William Gibson (@GreatDismal) May 7, 2021 Decidedly normal loafers? Those are Ferragamos, sir— Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) May 7, 2021 Read original story Newsmax Anchor Greg Kelly Clowned for Claiming He Wears $1,400 Cargo Pants At TheWrap