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Monthly Archives: November 2010
As the holiday season officially starts in, the music release schedule stays somewhat quiet this week. But let us share in the merriment a bit early with the The Boy Least Likely To‘s festive new collection, Christmas Special, out ...
James Nesbitt‘s balding head has added a bit of “everyman realness” to his earthy roles on Occupation and Cold Feet. But even an actor as accomplished as he is has a little vanity.
Around this time last year, Susan Boyle was still adapting to her instant stardom after her unbelievable Britain’s Got Talent audition. She was as famous for her angelic vocals as she was for her strange outbursts with the ...
It looks like Cheryl Cole might be spending a little more time in the U.S. come next year.
As previously reported, Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch will star alongside Jonny Lee Miller in Danny Boyle's Frankenstein play at London's National Theatre. When speaking with the BBC, the 34-year-old English thespian says ...
In this week’s Tellyvangelist — your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S.
Stella McCartney's fashion empire isn't the only thing that's growing these days. The celebrated designer and husband Alasdhair Willis have added a second daughter to their bustling brood, E! Online reports.
While Alexa Chung failed to charm American audiences with her MTV daytime show It’s On with Alexa Chung (it was canceled after two seasons in 2009), the English model is set to take on the U.S.
Starting today and rolling on until Christmas, Anglophenia will be taking a look back at 2010 and all of its marvelous mishegoss. A lot has happened in the past year in UK pop culture: Gordon Brown exited stage left, and David Cameron ...
Who would have thought that a guy like Colin Farrell would admit to enjoying a "boring" life? In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, the Irish actor briefly reflects on his old demons, how he finally put his rowdy ways to rest, and ...