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News Roundup: Cheryl Cole Heads to the Movies, Simon Cowell Is Starry-Eyed for Pippa, and New Coldplay Album Deets
By staff | Posted on August 12th, 2011
Cheryl Cole has finally picked herself up after the endless media squabblefest around her X Factor sacking (a situation we’ve now decided to call “Nonsensegate”) and nabbed a film role opposite Cameron Diaz and ...
By staff | Posted on July 11th, 2011
Emma Watson is looking forward to NOT being part of an astonishingly successful film franchise for a little while, if only because living under a microscope isn’t all that much fun when you’re that young: “It has been quite hard and pressured making the Harry Potter films,” she says. “I’m so happy to be …
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on May 19th, 2011
The disco ball inside my head is still spinning to Everything Everything‘s sparkling indie pop hit, “My Kz, Ur Bf.” So you can imagine how my happy heart sunk just a wee bit upon hearing that the Manchester-bred ...
By staff | Posted on May 17th, 2011
After a troubled history between the two nations, Queen Elizabeth II has become the first British monarch to make a state visit to the Republic of Ireland, BBC News reports. Irish President Mary McAleese invited the Queen to Ireland for ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on March 16th, 2011
Rappers do like to be seen to be doing brave things, don’t they? Flexing their muscles, growling, bragging about their astonishing party-starting abilities, it all comes with the MC territory.
by Lindsay Davis
Please welcome Lindsay Davis to the ever-growing roster of Anglophenia contributors. Lindsay will be helping me cover the world of British music, starting this week with a post about the Glastonbury music festival in the UK.
Jekyll star James Nesbitt made a joke at Kate Moss‘s expense when he hosted last night’s GQ Men of the Year awards. Ms. Moss was not laughing.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 28th, 2008
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By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 17th, 2007
It’s that time of year again:the committee behind the Mercury Prize, the prestigious award given to the year’sbest album by a British or Irish artist, has announced the twelve albums comprising2007′s shortlist.