I spoke with Klaxons keyboardist James Righton about the band's live shows, the quick rise to fame, their collaboration with Rihanna, and that super-homoerotic video for "Golden Skans."
BRIT Awards 2008
Should Mariah be scared? Get ready, drag queens: there’s a new multi-racial, multi-octave songbird storming American shores.
Watch me as I scare the living sh*t out of Editors frontman Tom Smith with my amorous advances.
Out of all the celebrities I met on the red carpet, Newton Faulkner is the guy I’d most like to hang out with. OK, so I totally kissed his @ss at the beginning of the interview, but I get the sense it didn’t matter: …
The former Destiny’s Child singer is huge in the UK at the moment. Thus, it was no surprise that she turned up at the biggest event in British music.
How does it feel to live in the shadow of a massive hit? The “You’re Beautiful” singer responds…
I quite liked her, but watch out for the very awkward moment at the beginning…I’m definitely adding this one to my reel.
I have had my issues with Mark Ronson‘s music, but his work with Amy Winehouse is magical. They certainly brought out the best in each other during their triumphant performance of “Valerie” on the BRITs; Winehouse …
OK, is she sick of “Unwritten” yet? Natasha Bedingfield answers that question, tells us what her pop-star brother is up to, and mocks my American-ness in this red carpet interview.
The Osbournes as hosts were…eh. (The usually tart Sharon was surprisingly banal. If there was any night that called for Bitchy Sharon Osbourne, it was this one.) And they didn’t even do the red carpet. Shame.