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Hello, I'm Jenny, live with loads of great stories this Saturday
afternoon on Newsround.
Keep watching for all of this.
Find out what record Ed Sheeran has broken.
The thieving animals sneaking into our shops.
And why dragons DO exist.
First, Ed Sheeran is back and already breaking records
with his new singles, Shape of You and Castle On The Hill.
They entered the UK singles chart at number one and number two.
The Official Charts Company say it's the first time in history an artist
has taken the top two chart positions with brand new songs.
Ed said he was incredibly chuffed with the success.
Staying with showbiz and it's nearly a month since Joanne Clifton won
Strictly Come Dancing with BBC sports presenter Ore Oduba.
She beat fellow dancer and big brother Kevin Clifton to lift
the glitterball trophy.
But next week she's swapping the ballroom for the stage
as she takes the lead as a New York dancer in the musical
Thoroughly Modern Millie.
And she's pretty excited.
It's a bit manic, it's like, "voom"!
But it has been a childhood dream of mine.
I think it's going to be exciting.
I get a real buzz performing live, you
know, to have an audience and to get an audience's reaction.
So if you say a line, if they laugh or if they
gasp or something, I get a real buzz from that.
So I think it's going to be amazing.
Moving on, towns and villages along the east coast of England mostly
escaped the heavy flooding that had been predicted for last night.
Hundreds of people were moved from their homes in Norfolk
and Essex worried there might be a storm surge - where strong winds
and high tides combine to bring more water on land and cause flooding.
Some places did have some flooding but a change in wind direction
at the right time prevented most of the damage.
Sport now and you might have recently heard about a vote by Fifa,
the world governing body of football, to make the world cup
bigger but it's left a few people scratching their heads
about what it all means. Here's a quick look at the details.
For 2026, the World Cup is set to get bigger.
A lot bigger.
The number of teams taking part will increase from 32 to 48.
It means more teams played more games but Fifa say the tournament
will still only take 32 days and the eventual
winner will still only have to play seven games
to become world champions. So what could it mean?
Well, lots of people are hoping that it could mean that there's more
chance that big stars from England, Wales, Scotland and
Northern Ireland could all play at the same World Cup.
But it is thought many of the extra teams will probably come
from Africa and Asia.
There have been strong voices for and against it.
Fifa say their plan is to open football up to the whole world
and give more countries the chance to play at the World Cup.
Others say Fifa have done it just to make more money and that having
weaker teams in the tournament means the football
just won't be as good.
Whatever the arguments, the goal is to make the biggest
footballing tournament in the world even bigger and even better.
And if you're a footy fan then here's a special treat for you.
A show all about one of the world's most successful footballers,
Match of the Day Kickabout have done a whole programme in Madeira,
the island the player is from, to find out the secret
of his success, and they even got to hear from the great man himself.
I'm unbelievable inside the pitch.
In my mind, not just this year but always.
I'm always the best.
Basically, I win everything in terms of individual and collective.
For me, rivals don't exist.
He's not a shy one, is he?(!)
And if you missed that
programme this morning, want to watch it again,
or want to play a Ronaldo quiz, go online to the Match
of the Day Kickabout page.
Next, its time to take a look at some very cheeky animals.
Including this guy.
This week we heard about a squirrel who stole chocolate,
so we decided to bring together some of the animal world's
Take a look.
This sneaky squirrel has developed a bit of a sweet tooth.
It was caught stealing a chocolate bar and shop
owners in Canada said that animals have stolen more than 40 chocolate
bars in all.
Is this kitty the ultimate cat burglar?
In two months, six-year-old Bridget from New Zealand
has stolen 11 pairs of underpants and more than 50 socks
from her neighbours.
Who stole all the pies?
A bear climbed through the window of a bakery in Colorado, USA,
and then helped himself to 38 pies before escaping back into the woods.
Not all the pies were to the bear's liking.
Apparently, cherry and apple were his favourite but he wasn't
keen on the strawberry and rhubarb.
Monkeys seem to be the worst offenders.
Check out this one stealing a bundle of money from an
Indian jewellery shop.
The monkey later dropped the cash in a dash
for freedom and it was collected and returned to the shop.
Finally, did you know that dragons DO exist?
Well, under the sea, anyway.
This is the first sighting of a ruby sea-dragon in the wild.
Researchers filmed the brightly coloured creatures
in Western Australia.
The 10-inch-long fish was declared a new species in 2015,
making it only the third known sea-dragon species.
I bet waiting for that was really starting to DRAG-ON.
That's all from the Saturday team, Newsround's back right
here with more top stories at 10am tomorrow morning so don't miss it.
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