Australian soap Home and Away will be screened on TV2 at 5.30pm from August 19.
It sounds like the start of a bad joke about Australians, but Airbourne lead vocalist and guitarist Joel O’Keeffe likes to open beer with his head. “I’m sure there are more intelligent ways of opening a beer, but if you’ve got your hands full of guitar, the next available option is your head.” In homage to this, two German fans created a video on YouTube titled 100 Ways to Open a Beer, devoted to their favourite Australian band and O’Keeffe couldn’t be prouder.
More than 20,000 people are expected to stream through the doors of the Armageddon Expo, held at Westpac Stadium this weekend.
Star Wars and Dr Who fans have finally settled the age-old question of who’s the hardest. It turns out neither, although both are equally sad
Daniel Bryan is not what most people would envision when picturing a professional wrestler. He’s not a huge man; he’s not even a particularly large man
Pop superstar Lady Gaga has launched worldwide a new perfume line, Fame. When asked about her new fragrance line the 26-year-old said “I wanted it to smell slutty, to be totally honest.” She also said she spent a lot of time finding just the right perfume for her fans. The Launch of Her New Perfume Lady Gaga […]
Fans looking forward to more of Lloyd and Harry’s in a sequel to the Dumb and Dumber film may find themselves very disappointed The Farrelly Brothers revealed earlier this year that they were working on a sequel to Dumb and Dumber that both Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels were on board with. However is would appear that Carrey, 50, has said sayonara to […]
The big reveal has been revealed: Pottermore is … an interactive thingy.
There are two things sports fans love to hate, and the first is the epidemic of selfishness and greed: ball-hogging superstars who care only about their stats and their paychecks, teams that don’t play defense and don’t play like teams, owners with no commitment to winning and no sense of loyalty. Fortunately, the National Basketball Association has a team that defies those stereotypes.
England soccer fans will only be able to watch Saturday’s World Cup qualifier in Ukraine on the Internet after negotiations to broadcast it on television collapsed. Failed sports channel Setanta had been due to televise the game, but following its demise other channels such as Sky, the BBC and ITV, do not want to pay the rights fee, particularly as England have already sealed their place in the finals in South Africa.