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Live footage from Manila in the Philippines will allow viewers to catch the spectacular show as the eclipse reaches its peak at pm local time.In the Philippines, the eclipse will last until the early mornings of Thursday February 1, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).The total lunar eclipse will turn the moon red - a Blood Moon - because of the reddish-orange glow the Moon takes on during the eclipse.

The Las Vegas-themed video for Yayo features the first demo of the song that was featured on Lana Del Ray with clips of Del Rey wearing a wedding veil in some shots and a tiara in others while mouthing the song with cuts to other shots of hotels in Las Vegas, middle-aged men crossing the street in the 80s, casinos, and palm trees.But for the rest of the world, he said: “Everywhere where you will be able to see the full moon, you will be able to see the lunar eclipse.” The entire passage will take more than three hours, during which the moon will turn a coppery red as sunlight going through Earth's atmosphere bounces off its surface.The last time there was a super blue blood moon eclipse was 150 years ago in 1866, when Andrew Johnson was serving as the President of the United States following Abraham Lincoln’s assassination.Her contribution of the two songs "I Can Fly" and "Big Eyes" for the Margaret Keane bio-pic Big Eyes received critical acclaim with the later being nominated for a Golden Globe Award and Critics Choice Award.Set to a tropical theme, the video for Kill Kill features a black and white opening with vintage clips of surfers during the 1960s, the video begins to show small amounts of color before transitioning clips of Del Rey wearing flowering crowns singing in front of painted flowers and more clips of surfers, old cars, beaches during the '50s and 60s, and sparklers.

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