March Madness reseeding: Ranking 2022 Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament teams based on national title ability
Which of the Sweet 16 teams are cut out for March Madness' second weekend? Which of them have the best chance to cut down the nets in New Orleans? SPORTS NEWSLETTER: Sign up now for daily updates sent to your inbox MARCH MADNESS: Five key takeaways from men's NCAA Tournament's wild first weekend USA TODAY Sports ranks the Sweet 16 teams based on the potential of winning the national championship. 1. UCLA The Bruins (27-7) unexpectedly reached the Final Four last year, bowing out in a thrilling semifinal to Gonzaga.
Loren Allred, a contestant on "Britain's Got Talent"'s latest season, which kicked off Saturday, stunned the audience with two shocking revelations- her voice and a confession about a hit song from "The Greatest Showman".
Before belting out the lyrics to "Never Enough", a track off the 2017 film's soundtrack, Allred was ready "to put a face to the song," revealing that she is the original singer credited on the anthem performed by Rebecca Ferguson's character Jenny Lind.
Surprise! ???? I auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent @bgt and it was such an unforgettable experience! ???????????? Watch Here: https://t.co/MgdGgCujgbpic.twitter.com/JXeFbaa2hq
The secret to Miami's Sweet 16 success? Hurricanes are older than some NBA teams | Opinion
Looking for their first Elite Eight berth in school history, Jim Larrañaga's Hurricanes are using their age and experience to their advantage.And they were both younger than the lineup Miami put on the floor Sunday night — not the Miami Heat, but the Miami Hurricanes in the NCAA Tournament.
— Loren Allred (@lorenallred) April 16, 2022
Judes Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams were floored by the confession, especially Cowell who's favourite film is "The Greatest Showman".
Beside's singing "one of the biggest song's of all time," Allred has collaborated with Michael Bublé and Andrea Bocelli, and has now gone on to become the season's first golden buzzer.
The 32-year-old singer's audition performance brought the entire audience to their feet, including the four judges, and, before they could get a word in, Holden immediately hit her golden buzzer, showering Allred with celebratory confetti.
We will NEVER get ENOUGH of that VOICE!✨
An outstanding audition from @lorenallred ???? Watch her FULL #GoldenBuzzer performance here: https://t.co/Br0FI9iVcN#BGT#BritainsGotTalentpic.twitter.com/lGLEcF36ZY
'Let it rip:' Arizona flying high to Sweet 16, but NCAA dread lurks in background
Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd is in the Sweet 16 after inheriting an emotional, international team full of talent. But he also might inherit an NCAA mess.This was in the second half of their victory Friday in the first round of the NCAA men’s tournament. Despite the stakes of the moment, Terry looked loose. So did his teammate, Pelle Larsson, who turned around and pumped his arms in triumph after he sunk a 3-point shot later in the same game.
— BGT (@BGT) April 16, 2022
While Holden was "absolutely shaking" over the show's opportunity to give the Pennsylvania-native her "moment to shine," Dixon called the "superstar"'s performance "otherworldly."
Cowell was left speechless but was sure to applaud Allred for "one of the most incredible audition moments I've ever experienced."
Watch Holden expresses how she felt crowning the first golden buzzer of the season and compare Allred to Mariah Carey in the video below.
We were ALL in that moment with you, @AmandaHolden! ????
What an incredible way to kick off the series!✨✨✨ #BGT#BritainsGotTalentpic.twitter.com/9w9vnELH12
— BGT (@BGT) April 16, 2022
'Two different realities': For Ukrainian tennis players, Billie Jean King Cup in NC is sanctuary .
As they bounce around the world on tour, Ukrainian tennis players have spent more than a month placing daily phone calls to family members back home.Zavatska, ranked the No. 201 tennis player in the world, was born in Lutsk, Ukraine, where much of her extended family remain. Her dad was scheduled to join her at her apartment in France beginning Feb. 24 and subsequently accompany her to tournaments, but Russia's bombings began that day.