With a giant fluffy coat, her signature style of dress and the voice of a star Kimbra took Womad by storm. The New Zealand songstress bounced on stage in New Plymouth last night and gave the crowd of thousands a performance that was energetic, theatrical and just a little bit quirky, as one would expect from Kimbra
Hello, is it beer you’re looking for Although the footage doesn’t make its debut for several weeks, here’s a sneak peek at American crooner Lionel Richie as you’ve never seen him before – hanging out in a fridge. Almost 30 years after he romantically pursued a blind art student around college in the original video for his No.1 hit single Hello, Richie is back performing the classic in a quirky beer commercial showcasing Lion’s new draught beer dispenser for the home, Tap King.
The emo rockers who played the soundtrack for so much teenage heartache around the world are back with an “adult break up album”, having grown up side by side with their fans.
I can understand how a lot of fans have become a little upset with how much this band has changed, but I think that’s what swayed me on this album. The fact that they’re not the band I sang to in my high school dark room, whose concert I had to have my mum drop me off to, whose posters I hung on my wall
Barack Obama’s autopen does not sleep.
It may be a functional space, but that hasn’t stopped designers and architects from turning the humble toilet into a room of surprises.
We’ve always known — and loved — Vince Vaughn as a bachelor, on and off the big screen. These days, however, the man we knew is all grown up.
Singer Amy Winehouse appeared in court Tuesday, charged with common assault over an incident late last year. Winehouse arrived at London’s City of Westminster Magistrates Court wearing her signature black beehive hairdo and a low-cut multicolored tank top. Accompanied by her father, Mitch Winehouse, she made brief comments to a throng of photographers before disappearing inside the building