Popstar, The X Factor judge and actor Stan Walker is coming into the Stuff office today to answer all your questions. The Australian born Maori boy whose trademark “yous-isms” and “bro-ups” have drawn some criticism is hitting the road for his “World Tour of New Zealand” in September.
FLIGHT FROM THE INSIDE Into The East (Rhythmethod) A lot of New Zealand artists could learn a thing or two from Into The East. The Southland duo of Graeme Woller and Liv McBride have been refining their craft for the past nine years and have finally released their debut album which McBride says “had a mind of its own and we knew it had to be realised”.
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.
Australian director Baz Luhrmann goes over the top, writes Sarah Watt.
Sir Ian McKellen is in Wellington to shoot the final scenes of The Hobbit.
Internet troll group, Facebeef, has made a public mockery of Australian news program Today Tonight after convincing the show to run a bogus cyber bullying story as its lead expose. A member of the group, whose real surname is reportedly Vanmidde, went on the show as “Jasmine Frost”, told the show that she had been targetted by Tristan Barker, who had emailed her pictures of male genitalia
Snoop Dog wants someone close to his good friend, Katt Williams, to get his some help before it’s too late. Snoop Lion NOT AMUSED Snoop Dogg isn’t amused by the drama surrounding Katt Williams … in fact, Snoop tells TMZ he truly believes Katt needs to “get some help before he goes too far.” […]
As Gossip Girl nears its series finale, some possibilities are being leaked. A Rollercoaster Romance Their romance has been a rollercoaster, with more downs than ups. But when, at the end of last season, Blair finally picked Chuck… the Gossip Girl faithful breathed a sigh of relief. However, it wasn’t a done deal, so […]
Adorable otter stacks cups like a champ
While television reporters delight in doing stand-ups while wading through water, the truth is, only a tiny percentage of the city of Memphis has been affected by flooding. But with images of the swollen Mississippi River driving tourists away from Beale Street, the city’s famed party strip is dry and far too sober