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Hi, I'm Ricky with your

Newsround update.

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Coming up.

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Sigrid speaks to Newsround

fresh from being named

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the BBC's Sound of 2018!

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Plus...

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This baby panda's first

public appearance.

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The Voice is back again

tonight for its second

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episode of the new series.

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Last week we got to see

the new addition to the judges panel

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with Olly Murs taking his seat.

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Tonight, we'll see Sir Tom Jones

getting the audience

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going and the acts hoping to have

someone turn round for them.

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Next to someone you're going to be

hearing a lot about this year.

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Sigrid - she's just won

the BBC's Sounds of 2018.

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The 21-year-old from Norway has

got us all in a spin

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with her catchy tunes.

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She joined us in the studio earlier

today and I reminded of her of that

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moment when she found out

that she won the top

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BBC music prize.

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You are the winner.

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What?

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Number one.

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Oh, how would 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 that I was an interview,

and we just had a small chat

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and suddenly the interviewer says,

like, you've just won, and I was,

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like, so put on the spot.

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No, it was great.

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So much fun.

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My team was there.

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So you can see that I'm looking

towards someone that's my

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team because they had kept it

a secret from me for a week or so.

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What does it mean for you, though?

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What will happen next

now you have won this?

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Well, it's a huge honour.

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And we're going on tour in the UK.

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It's sold out.

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Probably, maybe,

because of this as well.

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And yes, just a lot of things

happening and it is very

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exciting.

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A lot of people say you are quite

different to some of the

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other acts 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, I think.

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Is that a compliment, do you think?

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Oh, definitely, yeah, yeah,

being different is great.

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I don't know.

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I've received a lot of comments

on how I am on stage

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and waht I wear and stuff.

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Because you always look

like you're having the

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best time and you're smiling,

and I think some acts on stage don't

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really look like

they care very much.

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It's genuine.

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And it's because no matter

what type of day I'm

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having, because we all have bad

days, definitely, it's not like I go

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around like...

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All the time.

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That would be...

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Weird.

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Yeah, inhuman.

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But when I go up there

with my band, my best friends,

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and we just look at each

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other and we're like,

"Oh, this is our job".

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It's great.

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You know, you just get into it.

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You like the feeling?

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I love being up there.

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Where do you see yourself in

the next six months, maybe a year?

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Like, an unrealistic

dream is to get a

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cat but I don't know

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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maybe?

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I'd feel bad for the cat.

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Yeah, that's the thing.

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My dream, I don't know.

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I'm very excited for going

on tour with my friends.

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Going to Australia for

the first time, and

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hopefully see kangaroos,

and we're going to play

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Coachella in the US.

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That's pretty big, isn't it?

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It is going to be cool.

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That's a huge deal.

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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

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and hopefully now, an album

at some point, too.

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Yeah, yeah, well, thank

you for having me.

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That was Sigrid talking

to us a little earlier.

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So cool!

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There's loads more

on the Sound of 2018 online -

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you won't believe some

of the massive pop

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acts who've won it.

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Take a look.

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We're not afraid of talking

about poo here at Newsround -

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but this is a stinky story,

even for us.

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Ah, a beautiful evening

in a quaint English village.

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Well, things aren't

as lovely as they seem.

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Because this lamp could

soon be powered by poo.

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Brian is an inventor

and he's made a special

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machine to turn dog poo

into

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energy to power street lamps.

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This is deadly serious.

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So we've spent two and half

years working on this

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in secret, to get the

engineering and the science

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correct with it, which

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is what we have done.

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So how does that work?

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Lift up this dispenser

and grab a free bag.

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You can have one, two, three,

however many you want.

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So we can scoop that

into the bag, and all you do

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is lift up that top cover,

the

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whole bag, nothing is

emptied, goes in there.

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Turning to handle pushes the bag

into the machine, where the

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poo is broken down by microbes

and this produces methane and carbon

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dioxide, which fuels the light.

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The lamp is a big hit

in Brian's village

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and he's hoping that this

machine can bring poo

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power to other parts

of

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the country.

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Looks like it wasn't such

a pants idea after all.

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Finally - how's this

for some serious 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 Bovall 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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That's Newsround all

wrapped up for today.

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Remember to head online for your fix

of what's going on any time at all.

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I'm back tomorrow.

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