Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Louis Walsh has branded Boyzone as a `yesterday's men' dropped

Louis Walsh has branded Boyzone as a `yesterday's men' dropped the band after and he advised distribution.

The X Factor judge said the boys had the top time and should move on.

Walsh told Heat magazine: "They're like Blue - yesterday's men. There's too much competition for them."

He added: "You have to have something amazing as there's so much talent out there: JLS, One Direction, Westlife, The Wanted."

Louis added that things changed following the death of band member Stephen Gately in 2009.

He said: "Boyzone can carry on, but it wasn't working.

"It was great while it lasted, but it's time for me to move on."

Meanwhile, band member Shane Lynch said: "No, Boyzone are not splitting up.

"That's just Louis being his usual self. It's all news to us.

"He's been saying that he's been leaving since 1993. I wouldn't listen to any of those rumours."

Sunday, 19 June 2011

Jennifer Lopez has taken a well earned break after her Summertime Ball performance

Jennifer Lopez is heading to Paris with her ​​family by a well earned break after her performance had Summertime Ball.

The singer was seen out and about in the gardens of the Parc Monceau alongside her mother Guadalupe, and twins Emme and Max.

Dressy ensembles

take a break from this type of show at Wembley Stadium in a long black maxi dress for the occasion, Jennifer and brown strappy flat sandals and matching jacket paired with the unexpected were to wore.

My whole family to go a round or later boarded.

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Paul McCartney with Gorillaz has been hinted at a possible cooperation

Paul McCartney with Gorillaz has been hinted at a possible cooperation. He admitted that the former Beatle to work together with about Damon Albarn has spoken, but when problems have scuppered the scheme so far.

The 68 years old remastered reissuing their individual album 'McCartney' and 'McCartney II' to promote in an interview with Quietus, "We have kind of talked. Nothing serious, but I like what they do. I have run into Damon at things and we have talked. It's got near a couple of times but we never had the time, I suppose."

While Talking Heads "McCartney II" and his voice more power to influence songwriter played his size, was denied a hand.

He said, "Sparks? Not so much. I'd just seen them on telly and probably the main reason I noticed them is they famously said guitars are finished. I was like, 'not entirely sure about that, lads.' Ha!"

Also in this interview into music night 'McCartney' album was not as written.

He said, "
It was right after the Beatles had broken up, we'd finished recording. I'd been writing a couple of songs towards the end of the Beatles sessions.

"So after that I just had this choice -- like, do I immediately get another band? Do I take six months off from music? Or do I just do what I do and make some music at home, that kind of thing. So I ended up doing that -- I didn't think I was making an album, I think that's why some of the things are not aimed at anyone or anything. They are just me having fun."

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Oasis's Noel Gallagher: “I'm a Northerner and it's part of our diet"

Noel Gallagher has assembled a guide perfect cup of tea and revealed to Paul Weller's not good to make a good combination.

For a rock star Teenager Cancer Trust in cookbook compiled, Oasis guitarist shows that day, he used to drink two cups.

He said, "It was always on the Oasis rider on tour - tea, must be Yorkshire. I'm a Northerner and it's part of our diet."

He also said he believed that tea in London as his home was not as good.

He said, "There's a lack of good tea-making down here. Paul Weller's tea-making leaves a lot to be desired. It's watery and the colour's not right."

Gallagher his first solo album currently putting the finishes touches.

Sunday, 5 June 2011

JLS said that the new series of The X Factor judge was right to change the panel

JLS said that the new series of The X Factor judge was right to change the panel.

The band second place was the talent show in 2008 when he was mentored by Louis Walsh.

JLS told This Morning: "We always thought Gary Barlow would be a good judge."

Aston Merrygold said: "I think it's time for the show to evolve and I'm sure Mr Simon Cowell will poke his head in once or twice in the show!

"He does so much for the show, and Cheryl and Dannii did so much, and Louis is still there."

Asked if they would like to mentor the acts during the series, Marvin Humes said: "We'd love to. We are big fans of the show so that would be amazing!"