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Hi, I'm Ricky.

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Here's what we've got

for you this Saturday afternoon:

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Sigrid's here in the Newsround

studio fresh from being named

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the BBC's Sound of 2018, plus...

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This baby panda's first

public appearance.

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Keep watching.

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First, though, history has been made

in Saudi Arabia after women

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were allowed to attend

a football match for

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the very first time yesterday.

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The country follows a strict brand

of Islamic law which says that men

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and women should be kept separate,

and that women should

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have a male guardian,

like a relative or husband.

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Around 300 women flocked to

the Pearl Stadium in Jeddah to watch

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the Saudi Premier League game.

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They had to enter through a special

gate and sit in seats

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separated from the rest

of the stadium by glass.

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Spare a thought for the fans

supporting Al-Batin, though -

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their team lost 5-0.

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You can find out more about how

the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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is making changes to the lives

of women online.

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While you're there, why not check

out some of our quiz of the week,

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all about cool gadgets?

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We're really lucky to be joined

in the studio by the winner

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of the BBC's Sound of 2018,

Sigrid.

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Congratulations.

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Thank you.

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You were only told this a few

weeks ago, weren't you,

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that you were the winner?

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Just this Monday.

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This Monday!

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Yes.

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Let's take a look at that moment

and see your reaction once again.

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Have a look at this.

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You are the winner.

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What?!

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Number one.

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Oh, um...

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How do you describe that?

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It means a lot.

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What an amazing start to the year.

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How does that make you feel?

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No, it's really nice.

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I remember I was in an interview

and we just had a small chat

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and suddenly he says,

like, you just won.

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And I was just like,

so put on the spot.

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No, it was great, so much fun.

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My team was there, so you can see

that I'm looking towards them,

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that's my team, because they kept it

a secret from me for a week or so.

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What does it mean for you?

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What will happen next

now you've won this?

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It's a huge honour and we are

going on tour in the UK.

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It's sold out, probably

because of this as well.

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Yeah, just lots of things happening.

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It's very exciting.

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A lot of people say you're quite

different to some of the other acts

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that are out there at the moment.

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Do you agree with that?

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Well, I think there's

a lot of different acts

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going on, but thank you.

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Is that a compliment, do you think?

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Definitely, yeah.

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Being different is great.

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I've received a lot

of comments on how I am

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on stage and what I wear.

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You always look like you are having

the best time and you're smiling.

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Some acts on stage don't really look

like they care very much.

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I'ts genuine and it's because no

matter what type of day I'm having,

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It's genuine and it's because no

matter what type of day I'm having,

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because we all have bad days,

definitely, it's not like I go

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around like this all the time,

that would be inhuman.

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Weird.

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But when I go up there with my band,

my best friends, and we do just

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look at each other like,

this is our job.

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It's great, you just get into it.

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It's great.

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You lucky thing.

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Where do you see yourselves in

the next six months, maybe a year?

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An unrealistic dream is to get

a cat but I don't know

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if I have time for it.

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I would love to, because

I'm really into cats.

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Can you not get a cat

you can travel around with?

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I would feel bad for the cat,

that's the thing.

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I don't know, I'm very excited

for going on tour with my friends.

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We're going to Australia

for the first time,

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hopefully see some kangaroos,

and we're going to play

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Coachella in the US.

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That is pretty big, isn't it?

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That's a huge deal.

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Yeah.

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So we wish you the best of luck.

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Thank you.

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And we look forward to even more

hits and hopefully an album

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as well at some point, too.

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Yeah.

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Thank you for having me.

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She is only 21 years old!

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Next, a Japanese astronaut has said

sorry after wrongly claiming

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he'd grown an extra nine

centimetres in space!

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But his body has been changing.

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Here's Ayshah.

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Astronaut Norishige Kanai hit

the headlines this week after saying

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he'd stretched a staggering nine

centimetres in space.

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That's the size of an

average chocolate bar!

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But he's now admitted to making

a measurement mistake.

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Whoops!

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Norishige has grown

during his first month

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on the International Space Station,

but only by two centimetres.

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It's quite normal for astronauts

because there is zero gravity,

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which is the force here on Earth

that pulls us downwards.

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Without gravity, the bones

in someone's spine can expand

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and move apart slightly,

leading to a small change in height.

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It doesn't hurt, though.

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But don't start thinking

you can all go up in space

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if you want to get taller because

it doesn't last forever.

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Eventually your spine goes back

to normal when you

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come back down to earth.

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I've got to show you this

extreme cuteness!

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This is Yuan Meng, he's the first

first giant panda to be born

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in France, and today he's meeting

the public for the first time.

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He lives with his parents

at Beauval Zoo near Le Mans.

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He weighed just 140

grams when he was born.

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That's about the same

as a smartphone!

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Now he's thriving and has been

walking for nearly two months.

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And he's got friends in high

places - Brigitte Macron,

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the wife of the French President,

is his godmother.

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Our time's up, but we'll be back

with you in an hour.

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See you then.

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