Monthly Archives: March 2007

Anglophenia’s On Holiday

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Joss Stone’s Album “Highest-Charting Entry By British Female Ever”

Send us your poor, your tired, your huddled celebs: America has long been a place where battered and bruised UK stars seek redemption. This week alone, Heather Mills has become a somersaulting sensation on Dancing with the Stars, and …

“Doctor Who” News: David Tennant’s Farting, Steamy Sex

David Tennant has turned the Tardis into a Dutch oven.(The Sun)

Helen Mirren Rumored for “National Treasure 2″. Plus: BAFTAs

Has Oscar winner Helen Mirren signed on for the National Treasure sequel? As Nicolas Cage‘s mother?

Kele Okereke: Oasis “Made Stupidity Hip”

The frontman for Bloc Party is just the man to go toe-to-toe with the Gallagher brothers: Kele Okereke is whip-smart, well-read, and fearless. As prickly and blustering as he may seem, he outclasses them on nearly every level.

Ricky Gervais Romances You in a New Movie

Ricky Gervais will play “a leading role in a Hollywood romantic comedy,” reports BBC. Looking at the photo the BBC selected, are we quite sure he’s not playing the female lead?

Regarding William and the Boob: Are The Sun’s Pants on Fire?

If Prince William goosing the sun-kissed mammary of a Brazilian babe wasn't salacious enough, you can count on The Sun to make mountains out of a pair of very pretty molehills.

A Northern Irish Invasion of New York City


If you like your hard rock with an Irish brogue, you should have gone to the Knitting Factory in New York City last night. NI in NY, a showcase held by the Northern Ireland Music Industry Commission, featured new music from Northern …

“Life on Mars” Star Philip Glenister. Plus: Gordon Ramsay in The New Yorker

It seems that Philip Glenister shares some of his character's tell-it-like-it-is qualities: the actor, who plays DCI Gene Hunt on Life On Mars, has criticized the British TV industry.

Brett Anderson Is Open For a Suede Reunion

Former Suede frontman Brett Anderson talks to the BBC about why he decided to put out a solo record. He says he wanted to grow "musically and socially.