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Monthly Archives: November 2007
Next weekend is Torchwood‘s season finale, but if you think you’ll have to wait months for Season Two, you’re so, so wrong. You may have heard this on other blogs and in the news, but allow me to confirm it for …
Prior to their 1999 breakthrough The Man Who, these four Scottish lads were scrappier, louder, and brasher – more influenced by Oasis than Radiohead. 1997’s “U16 Girls” was a fine example of their early …
Graham Norton has done an interview with The Observer‘s Barbara Ellen. Graham on his wit: “Occasionally I’ll say something and think: That was quite clever. But not very often.
In spite of her praying mantis frame, supermodel-turned-gangsta Kate Moss isn’t one to be effed with, and Sienna Miller had better watch her back. This weekend at Davinia Taylor‘s 30th birthday party, Moss was overheard …
There are many songs out there that are incredibly moving, but personally, there are only two songs that reliably bring tears to my eyes.
While the WGA is striking, the Brits are handing out gongs: Doctor Who has won the Writers Guild of Great Britain award for Series Three over competitors Life On Mars and New Tricks. At the ceremony yesterday, Gareth Roberts and …
Leona Lewis spends a fourth week at No. 1 in the UK. She is UNSTOPPABLE. Also, Kylie‘s back:
The brilliant Shaun Escoffery has amassed a small cult following here in the States in recent years, but he remains largely unknown. It’s a shame because singing just doesn’t get much better than this: on the innovative …
The trailer for The Other Boleyn Girl – starring Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, and mmmmm, Eric Bana – is now online. Quite funny that the three main roles are played by two Americans and an Aussie, which I suppose …
The reunited Spice Girls performed at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show in L.A.