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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Sad. I had high hopes for this one.
In our new music section, Tunes from the Thames, we list the top 10 greatest British Invasion artists. There, you’ll find The Beatles, The Stones, and other towering icons of music.
Check out this lovely Viennese waltz from the British version of Dancing with the Stars, Strictly Come Dancing. This dance scored perfect 10s from all four Strictly judges.
Sometimes it’s the awful contestants on TV talent shows that make viewers come back each week. So maybe Simon Cowell was making a smart business decision when he put the vocally-challenged John and Edward, a.k.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on November 6th, 2009
It doesn’t matter that Sharon Osbourne‘s face has been carved up like last year’s Thanksgiving turkey…
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on November 5th, 2009
This clip is from tomorrow night’s episode of Friday Night with Jonathan Ross…Christopher Walken is a genius, people.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on November 4th, 2009
Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has found a solution for all of those people offended by his politically incorrect statements on the show: “One day we’ll do an episode of Top Gear in which none of us speak. It’s the ...
Doctor Who star David Tennant will star in NBC’s new hour-long pilot, Rex Is Not Your Lawyer. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Rex centers on Rex Alexander (Tennant), a top Chicago litigator who begins suffering panic ...
Last week, BBCAMERICA.com launched our own music section, Tunes From the Thames, and we’ve included several top 10 lists featuring the best of British pop music.