Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Jade Ewen presents The 5:19 Show 253 and sings My Man

At 6.06 My question is asked and Jade Says "Go JadeEwenFan" :-)
At 10.26 another one of my Questions (under another name) is asked about when is Jade going on tour and when will she get a Saturday Night TV Show !

BBCSwitch — 08 July 2009 — Jade Ewen steps into Tom's shoes (metaphorically - she was wearing pink high heels) and finds out how much the UK knows about her, and performs her brand new song My Man! Plus Tom is bored on his holiday so partakes in a little crazy golf...

Sugababes – the girl group it’s OK to like

Barry: Still listening to the same old tripe
Apr 7 2010 by Barry Gibson, Huddersfield Daily Examiner

SPEAKING of the 80s, there’s a distinctly retro feel to this week’s list from the BBC of the top 10 musical acts of the decade.

The Radio 2 list is based on the amount of airplay on radio and TV and in pubs and shops between 2000 and 2009.

Top of the list, depressingly, is the epitome of 80s emptiness, Madonna, a woman who has made a career as a singer without being able to sing. Now that takes talent.

Queen (number 4) and Elton John (number 7) also had their heydays back in the 80s.

Sixties standards Elvis and the Beatles feature, as do Abba from the 1970s.

The 1990s are represented by Robbie Williams and his former colleagues in Take That.

So, as mathematics fans could tell you, that leaves just two acts from the Noughties who actually made it into the list of the most played bands of the last decade.

The lucky duo are Sugababes – the girl group it’s OK to like – and Coldplay, passable at first, then got very dull.

All in all, the list makes depressing reading. Of the 10 acts featured, I would say that only three – the Beatles, Elvis and Sugababes – are any good. The rest are just varying shades of drivel.

Let’s hope we don’t have to listen to the same old tripe over and over again in the Teenies as we did in the Noughties.

Sugababes singer Amelle Berrabah hits a bum note in unflattering jeans

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 10:24 AM on 07th April 2010
Her outfits are usually sexy and sassy, but yesterday singer Amelle Berrabah made a rare fashion misstep.

The Sugababes star was spotted out in London's Mayfair in a pair of rather unflattering jeans that did her shapely figure no favours.
She teamed her stretch denim - which hugged her curves in all the wrong places - with a slouchy pair of Ugg Cardy boots, a brown leather jacket and a mid-riff baring lacy top.

Oh dear: Amelle Berrabah stepped out in London yesterday in an unforgiving pair of jeans

She was joined by her new boyfriend Tom Benn, a former model who now works in management.
The 25-year-old recently gushed: 'He's absolutely lovely. Tom gets the industry and he gets me - which is a real bonus. He's romantic and he even took me to The Ivy for a Valentine's Day date.
It's Amelle's first serious relationship since her split from long-term boyfriend Freddie Fuller last year.

So in love: The Sugababes star was joined by her new boyfriend Tom Benn

Of her new love, she says: 'I'm glad I found him.'
While her love life is on track, her career isn't doing quite so well.

The Sugababes, which currently consists of Amelle, Heidi Range and newcomer Jade Ewen, have failed to set the charts alight with their new album, Sweet 7.

It debuted at number 14 in the UK album charts last month but has since failed to make it into the top 10.

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