Is this all some sort of post-colonial payback? Has a gang of rogue Brits suddenly descended upon Hollywood and replaced our American-born gods with UK ones?
In recent months, the press has been promoting Cheryl Cole‘s gig on the U.S. X Factor as if it was a done deal.
Those bigwigs in Hollywood love their British telly. In a feverish race to provide fresh content to hungry American viewers, producers, writers, and executives maintain a watchful eye on the shows that are catching fire across the pond, …
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.
The latest winner of Simon Cowell‘s UK talent show X Factor is Matt Cardle, a 27-year-old “former painter and decorator” from Essex who sings folk-tinged alt-rock. No, you probably won’t have to worry about …
Simon Cowell has slammed former Jam frontman Paul Weller for calling TV talent programs like Cowell’s X Factor as “very cheap programming and the lowest common denominator stuff,” NME reports.
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.
It looks like Cheryl Cole might be spending a little more time in the U.S. come next year.
A few months ago, we listed some of the worst British songs of all-time, but 2010 has offered up some worthy contenders to that dubious crown. Today, we present what we think are this year’s best examples of Anglo aural awfulness, …
Cheryl Cole was recently lobbed in the face with custard pie, but it was all for a good cause, the BBC reports.