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Best Worst 2010
The topic of hair always seems to get people talking. This year, some Britain’s biggest stars put some of their tresses to the test as paparazzi photographers anxiously awaited to capture a refreshed (or dreadful) new look.
Viral videos have infected every area of our lives. You see them in your Facebook news feed, in frantic midday AIM messages, and on any of those cable news shows that so desperately want to be hip to the whole digital universe.
Do you have your tissues handy? Some of our favorite UK personalities weren’t so lucky in love in 2010, unfortunately. Anglophenia takes a look back at some of the year’s most memorable breakups.
Who was the hottest UK film actor of 2010? We put that very question up to a vote on Monday, asking BBC America’s Facebook fans to choose from a list of ten British thespians who all rocked the film world in the past year.
Which female stars made a splash on the U.S. silver screen this year? Here is Anglophenia’s Top 5 list showcasing some of the UK’s most promising actresses.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on December 8th, 2010
It seems like only yesterday that Russell Brand pranced on the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards stage in ultra-tight skinny pants, kohl-rimmed eyes and that crunchy-looking rat’s nest he considered a hairstyle. Does anyone really ...
Former People Magazine film critic Leah Rozen continues Anglophenia’s look back at 2010 with her selections for the top 5 best British movies of the year. You can read her previous column on ‘Black Swan’ and ‘The ...
Who were the new British movie stars that sparkled the brightest in 2010? Here’s a list of the breakout actors and actresses who could become household names on our shores in the very near future:
BBC America viewers voted, and these are the most annoying songs from British acts in 2010. Anglophenia contributor Fraser McAlpine gives his take on these torturous tunes.
If there’s one post in a year that most excites me as head writer of Anglophenia, it’s the Best British Songs of the Year list. After all, British bands like The Beatles, The Smiths, Roxy Music, Pulp, Radiohead, and Pet Shop ...