Wednesday, 30 September 2009
Heath Ledger was 'intense' on set of The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus says co-star singer Paloma Faith as she talks of 'romance' with Noel Fielding
That's according to singer and actress Paloma Faith, who co-starred with Heath in the movie.
Paloma - who's being touted as the new Amy Winehouse - made the revelation on Fearne Cotton's new BBC Radio1 afternoon show.
She said of the star: "He was intense and worked really hard, he was really involved in the whole process".
Paloma also co-starred with Girls Aloud blonde bombshell Sarah Harding in the latest St Trinian's movie, but told Fearne she hadn't got to know her at all as her security guards kept everyone at bay.
More recently however, Paloma has filmed a guest appearance on Never Mind The Buzzcocks - and she revealed that Noel Fielding was chasing her for a date.
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
Thursday, 10 September 2009
And to vote:
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
It's coming out on two different editions both of which you can pre-order now!
Here's what you need to know...
The DVD will give you best seats in the house at one of the Girls' biggest shows to date as well as take you behind the scenes on tour.
The standard edition is available on both DVD (out 5th October) and Blu-ray (out 12th October) and is loaded with extras. You'll be able to watch music videos for 'The Promise', 'The Loving Kind' and 'Untouchable', there's some Behind-the-Scenes access where we catch up with the girls and even the five sets of tour screen visuals that were projected during the show! But as well as all that we have a complete exclusive, something kinda new(!) that the girls have never done before...it's the Girl Cam! You can follow your favourite girl as she performs a song on tour! You can follow Nadine ('Sound Of The Underground'), Kimberley ('Love Is The Key'), Cheryl ('Revolution In The Head'), Sarah ('Miss You Bow Wow') and Nicola ('Love Machine') on stage in a totally new experience.
But for all you Ultimate fans we have a totally unique version that is ONLY available on the Girls' site. It will feature the DVD of the show as well as all the extras. There's also an Audio CD of the main show so you can listen to the Girls anytime, anyplace. As well as all this there'll be a 24-page full colour booklet with all the lyrics as well as all YOUR photos from the tour. The DVD will come in a very special hinged box too. Pre-order your special fan edition on the Girls' site now!
Whichever format you get this DVD on, make sure you own this piece of the Girls Aloud legacy, their biggest and most impressive tour yet -
The Out of Control Tour 2009!
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
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Voting closes Wednesday 30th September 2009
Friday, 4 September 2009
The 37-year-old singer - rumoured to be tying the knot in November with long-term girlfriend Emma Ferguson - beat Cheryl Cole, Beyonce and even Justin Timberlake to the title, after claiming a massive 1,900 out of 5,000 votes in the www.VirginMedia.com poll.
X Factor star Cheryl came second with 848 votes and pop princess Kylie Minogue took third place with 433 votes.
Cheryl's band-mate Sarah Harding was placed fourth with 371 votes, followed by Beyonce in fifth place with 268 votes. Aussie pop star Peter Andre came sixth with 173 votes.
Topping the Hot Tours recap this week is rock legend Paul McCartney with box office totals reported from four stops on his summer concert tour. Top grosses came from Citi Field in Flushing, N.Y., the new home stadium of the New York Mets. Three sold out performances (July 17, 18 & 21) grossed $12.7 million with 109,541 in attendance. This is the second time McCartney has played the first concert in a Mets stadium.In 1965 the Beatles played the first concert ever held at Shea Stadium the team's old home venue. Following an outdoor event in Atlanta's Piedmont Park and a date at the BOK Center in Tulsa, the final stop on the tour came on Aug. 19 in Arlington, Texas where he played to a sellout crowd at Dallas Cowboys Stadium, another brand new state-of-the-art stadium. McCartney's show wasn't the first for the new NFL stadium, though. Country legend George Strait played the inaugural concert back in June.Promoter Live Nation's U.K. division reported box office totals for Girls Aloud who toured earlier this year in support of their latest album titled Out of Control. Kicking off in late-April, the tour was the fifth outing for the British girl group who got their start in 2002 as part of the television talent show Popstars The Rivals.The act played multiple shows in 11 different venues from April through early-June, including four-show stints in both Manchester and Newcastle and five shows in London at two different arenas (O2 and Wembley). The "Out of Control Tour" grossed over $16 million (US$) from 32 performances. That amount includes the recently reported Live Nation totals as well as totals reported by Irish promoter MCD earlier this summer.
April 24-June 6
Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, U.K. (4/4)
Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, U.K. (3/3)
O2 Arena, London (3/3)
Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, U.K. (4/4)
Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre, Glasgow, U.K. (3/3)
Trent FM Arena, Nottingham, U.K. (2/2)
Echo Arena, Liverpool, U.K. (3/3)
National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, U.K.(3/3)
Wembley Arena, London (2/2)