Lana Del Rey
Any normal person would probably avoid their ex boyfriend if they ended up being seriously injured in a car crash thanks to his reckless driving – but since when has Lana Del Rey ever been a normal person?
Despite the events leading to her becoming a bloody mess in the ‘Born To Die’ video, Lana appears fine and well in this new promo for her third single ‘Blue Jeans’ and decides to go for a swim with the aforementioned reckless boyfriend. And naturally things take a turn for the worse as the oblivious couple are suddenly surrounded by alligators.
In the end, the singer sinks slowly to the bottom of the pool. Has she learned her lesson this time? Probably not. Watch the ‘Blue Jeans’ video for yourself below.
The next single from Lana Del Rey’s stunning debut album will be… ‘Blue Jeans’. Despite previously appearing as a b-side to her Top 10 single ‘Video Games’, the track will be officially released on April 8th. We’ve added this date to our Pop Diary. Watch the video for ‘Blue Jeans’ here and hit like if you’ll be downloading.
I don’t think I’ll write another record. What would I say?
Nice to see that Lana Del Rey has high hopes for her career…
It still bothers me when lots of girls faint and when you see dozens and dozens of girls being carried over the barriers.
Stop getting your nips out then Marvin!
Sometimes when I’m sad, I make my assistant put on the penis outfit and bounce around my house.
Working for Ke$ha sounds like a blast. How do we apply?
BBC Radio 1′s Hackney Weekend concert will take place on the 23rd and 24th of June and the line-up includes acts like Dappy, Jessie J, Labrinth, David Guetta, Tinie Tempah, Lana Del Rey, Emeli Sandé, Leona Lewis and many more. Find out more and register for tickets here. We’ve listed this event in our pop diary. Hit like below if you’re going to attend.
Lana Del Rey inspired by another Femme Fatale, Olly Murs announces new single, Adele set for surprise duet and brand new Parade choreography – gossip!
Lana Del Rey is currently outselling the entire UK Top Ten with her incredible debut album Born To Die, but the mysterious singer has admitted that she’s not usually inspired by other female artists. But luckily she does have a soft spot for the biggest Femme Fatale of them all – Britney Spears! She says, “There is something about Britney that compelled me – the way she sings and just the way she looks.”
According to Labrinth, Adele and Tinie Tempah really are hoping to work on a duet together. ”We talked about doing that, so it might just end up happening this year.” We’re secretly crossing our fingers to hear Adele rapping about being down with the freshers, but if it’s more a case of ‘Empire State Of Mind’ 2012, then that will be fine too.
Brit Award nominee and Xtra Factor presenter Olly Murs has revealed that the third single to be released from his latest album will be ‘Oh My Goodness’. The track will be available on April 1st with a new b-side – and whilst we’re not necessarily Olly’s biggest fan, we reckon it’s not that bad. Listen to ‘Oh My Goodness’ here. Trumpets ahoy.
And finally, yesterday MP! and Thing went to watch Parade in their gruelling and demanding rehearsals. We got to see a sneak preview of some brand new choreography (Thing tried to secretly film it, but put his finger over the lens by accident) and according to the band our faces lit up like children on Christmas day! A+ girls.
UPDATE: After personally calling and thanking the 12 people who took the time to vote in last week’s Song of the Week poll, we can officially announce Lana Del Rey is the winner and is rewarded with a coveted spot somewhere on the right of the website. The real winners are obviously Cover Drive who were not only MP!’s pick of the week, but are currently 14 positions above Lana on iTunes, at number 1. Not that we took it personally or anything.
We don’t want to ruin this article but we’ve already decided that Twilight by Cover Drive is the best song in this week’s Song Off. Read on for a greater understanding of the thorough investigation that took place to reach this conclusion, plus vote and comment in a useless attempt to prove us wrong. Cover Drive Vs Lana Del Rey Vs Professor Green.