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If you wait long enough, every possible combination of famous people will eventually do something collaborative on the internet. It could be Kanye West, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Homer Simpson, it could be Jennifer Lawrence, the ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on September 7th, 2011
We’ve no idea why Steve Coogan, fresh from a triumphant performance alongside Rob Brydon in the BBC reality sitcom The Trip, has suddenly decided to revamp his most celebrated creation – Alan Partridge, the egomaniac failed TV ...
After bringing down the house at Glastonbury last weekend, Tinie Tempah drops his “Til I’m Gone” video in the U.S. this week.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on June 20th, 2011
Ok, so who thought this was a great idea, bringing Tinie Tempah to the Miss USA stage? For those who missed it, the British rapper performed his U.S.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on June 1st, 2011
It sounds like the Hallmark Channel’s summertime drama capturing Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s storybook romance might be a little more entertaining than the Lifetime movie that premiered earlier this spring.
After ruling over his native Britain with his chart-topping studio debut, Disc-Overy, Tinie Tempah is finally picking up steam on this side of the pond.
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 Kevin Wicks | Posted on May 16th, 2011
What’s British on U.S. television this week? Jeremy Irons‘s Borgias reaches its final crescendo and assorted Brits hit the chat show lineup. All times in EST and are subject to change.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on April 26th, 2011
With Coachella already done and Bonnaroo and Glastonbury set to go, rabid music lovers looking to sweat it out at yet another summer music festival can now look ahead to Lollapalooza.
This week’s singles chart is dominated not by revolutionary screams against the monarchy nor celebratory odes to a wondrous party, it’s strictly business as usual, which begs the question: has pop music forgotten about the ...