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Any TV show that has lasted as long, and had as great an impact as Doctor Who would probably have ended up featuring a pop star or two along the way. That’s just simple celebrity thermodynamics in action.
Anyone who has seen The Inbetweeners will be well aware that these are four bullyable boys, in character, at least. But it seems that they’re pretty easy to take advantage of in real life too, as they found out while filming their ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on April 14th, 2011
Wahoo! It looks Britain’s celebrated Glastonbury Music Festival is going to be another splendid three-day extravaganza this June! It’s totally sold out and there 150-plus acts and 10-stages.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on March 24th, 2011
Since revealing in January that The Streets‘ latest album, Computers and Blues, would be the last, Mike Skinner apparently has his in eye on another music venture.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on January 4th, 2011
It looks like The Streets‘ Mike Skinner is giving up music for good. The British garage/rap mastermind recently told The Guardian that it’s time to focus on other things, like being a Dad.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on December 14th, 2010
When Coldplay frontman Chris Martin visited BBC Radio 1 earlier this month, he revealed that the band’s long-awaited fifth LP could be their “last big shot”.
A UK No. 1 for The Streets in 2004, this song confirmed Mike Skinner as a true pop phenomenon and not some over-hyped flash in the pan.