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[Listen] Showbiz Smackdown: Liz From Irving Park

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Another tie!! Gee whiz keep getting close. Will YOU take the cake tomorrow?? 21 more words


VIDEO: Oritse Femi – Redi Dance

Posted, March 3rd, 2015

Oritse Femi lets loose the visuals to Redi Dance. The video was shot on the streets of London and it was directed by Elmino DaGreat



Jamie Dornan wants out of 50 Shades of Grey franchise: UPDATE

I recently reported that rumours were circling about Jamie Dornan wanting to leave the 50 Shades of Grey franchise. It was because his wife wasn’t happy with the more racier scenes in the movie. 246 more words

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Top Pick for LFW A/W2015

The ‘it’ guy of the fashion world, Julien Macdonald, took LFW by storm with his Gothic-inspired fall collection.

With a who’s who of celebrities lining his FROW, Julien demonstrated why he truly is one of the British greats. 144 more words


UFC 40: The Moment That Made the Sport of MMA

Sports was never really my thing.

For some reason, all my life I never found much excitement in sports. Growing up around LA, I used to fall asleep watching Lakers games. 1,602 more words


Dolly: My Life and Other Unfinished Business, by Dolly Parton

4/5 Stars

Reccomended for: fans of Dolly Parton, funny female narratives, or plastic-looking people (this is said with love)


This book was very funny and made me fall in love with Dolly and her carefree, happy-go-lucky way of being. 107 more words


Ninety Five Per Cent Of Men Think Hugh Grant And Colin Firth Are Good Fighters Claims Survey

Grant and Firth’s infamous street rumble. Photo by Popular Homosexual.

A poll, conducted amongst British men between the ages of 18 and 65 by the Office Of National Statistics, has revealed that at least 95% of the men surveyed thought that the decidedly shambolic, low key, fight between Hugh Grant and Colin Firth in the movie, Bridget Jones’ Diary, was “a right good tear-up” and mirrored the man-to-man  tussles they had experienced themselves, while 5% thought that the two protagonists fought “like a couple of big girlies” and should have used weapons of some description. 56 more words