Monthly Archives: March 2011

Today’s UK Twitter Trends (March 31): Moussa Koussa, the Defector With the Funny Name

Moussa Koussa, Libya’s foreign minister who defected to Britain last night, is a major trending topic in the UK today.

Ladytron to Issue Fifth Studio Album ‘Gravity the Seducer’ This Fall

Best music news of the day! Liverpool-born electro outfit Ladytron will soon release a new album, NME reveals!

MTV Picks Up Full Season of ‘Inbetweeners’ Remake

A little over a week after their U.S. version of Skins had its season (series?

Wallis and Edward: An Understated Wedding for a Controversial Couple

Not every royal has as public and pageant-filled a wedding as Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s will be. When the Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII, married Wallis Simpson on June 3, 1937, it was a rather simpler …

Royal Roundup: Lego Makes Sure Kate & William are a Model Couple

The UK’s Legoland has created a royal wedding tribute. Brick by tiny brick the theme park has assembled a wedding scene complete with William in uniform and Kate in her wedding dress, The Daily Mail reports.

My Chemical Romance Covers Pulp, Twitter Fans Go Nuts

Earlier today (March 31), American alt-rock outfit My Chemical Romance stopped by BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge to tease their latest LP, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, and more. And during their visit, Gerard …

WATCH: Duran Duran on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’

Fresh from their recent star-studded webcast gig in Los Angeles, Duran Duran paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night (March 30).

Brides Checklist: Let’s Give William and Kate a Signature Cocktail

Today’s UK Twitter Trends (March 30): Britain Reacts to Arts Council Cuts

Arts Council has been trending on Twitter in the UK because the government-run Arts Council of England (ACE) announced today how funding, which is being cut by 15 percent, will be distributed among arts organizations.

Liam Gallagher Has Beatles-Sized Ambitions for Beady Eye

Here he goes again. In the latest issue of NME, rock ‘n’ roll bad boy Liam Gallagher isn’t shy in confessing Beady Eye‘s plans for world domination.