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Emma Watson wows in first song as Belle from 'Beauty and the Beast'

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It is now clear that Emma Watson is the Belle from Beauty and the Beast that we have been waiting for. On Friday, Disney released an exclusive first listen to Watson singing "Something There" from the upcoming 2017 live action remake of the classic fairytale. The chilling rendition puts to bed any doubts over Watson's ability to sing. The role will be Watson's first singing gig, with the Harry Potter star confessing to Total Film magazine in 2015 that she found the musical part "terrifying." "I sing, so that's really unexpected," she told the magazine, according to The Telegraph.


Clemson QB Watson out with a bruised shoulder

U.S. News

Watson was injured after he picked up 13 yards on a run and was brought down by Davion Ellison and Rodney Williams. Watson threw an incomplete pass on the next play before coming out of the game. His shoulder was looked at by a trainer for a few moments before he was walked into the locker room.


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Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Suffers ACL Injury During Practice

International Business Times

Watson, 22, fell during non-contact practice on the field, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported. An MRI revealed that it will take about 8-9 months for rehabilitation and that he should be ready for the start of the 2018 season. It isn't clear now which knee was injured. He was not able to finish practice and was replaced by quarterback Tom Savage. The Texans will sign Matt McGloin as a backup quarterback, the Houston Chronicle reported.


Emma Watson admits she 'struggled' with fame, felt 'guilty' about success

FOX News

Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Nov. 6 are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Emma Watson's life completely changed when she landed the role of Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" movie franchise. The actress, now 29, was just nine years old when she was picked out of a line-up in her school gym to audition and she revealed in a candid interview with British Vogue that she "struggled" being a child star. "I've sat in therapy and felt really guilty about it," Watson told Paris Lees.