Swedish singer Loreen won this year's Eurovision competition on Saturday night with her song "Tattoo." The singer beat acts from 25 other countries and became the second performer to take the prize twice after winning previously in 2012, but it was the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton who stole the show before the competition got started. In a pre-taped segment, the princess gave us a glimpse of her own musical talents. Kate partnered with last year's winners, Kalush Orchestra, and performed their winning song "Stefania" on the piano.


Now to a very lucky fisherman. A man from Oahu, Hawaii, got the shock of a lifetime when a tiger shark attacked his kayak while he was fishing off-shore. The shocking moment was captured on his GoPro camera. The man said he was able to kick the shark away from his kayak and reportedly continued fishing after the incident. The man apparently didn't realize exactly what had happened because he was in shock. Then he got home and watched the footage. The Marine Corps base closed the beach later that day after a 20-foot shark was spotted in the same area. It's unclear if it was the same shark.

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