A middle-aged US man could soon be achieving his dream of sniffing Taylor Swift’s hair thanks to the power of social media. Boston radio station, Kiss 108, is holding a contest for Swift fans where the winner receives two tickets to her upcoming concert, as well as the chance to meet her and pose for a photo together.
Last night’s episode of Mitre 10 Dream Home was chock-a-block with tools, tears and tantrums while the contestants faced disaster after disaster setting up their lounges.
Teenage girls from around the world have descended on London for the chance to have their photo taken with One Direction. They’re lining for hours so they can sit next to the boys, wrap an arm around their favourite and even peck a cheek or two.
The last time Family Guy lobbied for an Emmy award, it was accused of anti-Semitism. In a mailshot sent out to Emmy voters, the makers of the irreverent comedy said: “Come on, you bloated, overprivileged Brentwood Jews
Record company bosses and concert promoters may claim it sells, but Dame Kiri Te Kanawa deplores the sexualisation of female classical musicians.
First things first: How did Christchurch boy-band Moorhouse, the handsome SBWs, end up in the bottom two at last night’s elimination episode of the X Factor Hadn’t we all agreed that not necessarily the best voices win but rather those who appeal to a certain fan base Like to teenage girls I blame their song choice on Sunday’s Best of British show.
After more than 30 years as rock music’s biggest bad boys, after selling more than 30 million albums, Motley Crue can see the finish line, bassist Nikki Sixx says.
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Victoria Beckham designs clothing while naked.
The Lords of Time have decreed that Doctor Who must be filmed in New Zealand.