If you’re looking for a way to win our hearts over, it’s through being cute, funny and musical. That’s basically it. So, you can see why we’ve gone mental over Michael!
Michael Sutthakorn is a singer songwriter from Northern Ireland and here are the top 5 reasons as to why we love him.
1. He does amazing covers
This is his most recent cover of the wonderful ‘Uptown Funk’ and it is bloody brilliant. Continue reading 5 reasons why we love Michael Sutthakorn – Meet your new crush
X Factor’s super boyband Stereo Kicks has done a rather lovely acoustic cover of Coldplay’s ‘Fix You’.
The exclusive performance for Showcase Live was recorded before their very first headline show at London’s O2 Academy Islington.
Here you can actually hear their vocals shine, whether it’s individuals owning their solo parts or everyone coming together in harmony.
We couldn’t be prouder!
Continue reading Stereo Kicks cover Coldplay and it is bloody outstanding
Her ‘Lips Are Movin’ and the sales are certainly moving too.
So it seems that Meghan Trainor’s set to debut at #1 with her first album Title, according to our friends over at the Official Charts, who don’t usually joke about these things.
The ‘All About That Bass’ singer is currently selling 5,000 more copies of her album than her nearest competitor, Ed Sheeran.
Continue reading Meghan Trainor’s gonna have a #1 album, isn’t she?
Ichi, ni, san… kaesu!
One of pop’s coolest chicks at the moment, Charli XCX, has re-recorded her songs in Japanese and they sound like proper J-pop hits.
Seriously, our friends in Japan are not going to know what hit them.
Check out a snippet of the Japanese version of ‘Boom Clap':
Continue reading Charli XCX recorded her singles in Japanese and it’s seriously AMAZING
The naughtiest bear in all the land, Ted, is back in the hilarious follow-up to the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy all time. That’s a mouthful, isn’t it?
Seth MacFarlane returns as writer, director and voice star of ‘Ted 2′ and is joined once again by star Mark Wahlberg and fellow Ted writers Alec Sulkin & Wellesley Wild.
Check out the naughty promotional poster for the film, that hits UK cinemas on July 10, below: