1990’s Brit Pop Superband PULP played their first full live show of 2012 at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Saturday night (March 31).
As part of the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, throughout 2012. The show opened with a number of questions being projected onto a large screen above the stage. The final one asked the crowd ‘Do You Remember The First Time?’ before Pulp appeared on stage to kick off with the 1994 hit. The set spanned Pulp’s vast career, including the inclusion of ‘My Lighthouse’ during the encore.
Lead singer and writer of most of the Pulp cataloague of tracks, Jarvis Cocker spoke about how the song, , featured his sister Saskia and her school friend Jill Talbot on backing vocals. The pair joined Jarvis and co onstage to contribute once again, nearly 30 years later, at which point the crowd went insane with cheering.
“Dunno what you’re clapping for…” quipped Javis, “…nobody bought it.”
Jarvis admitted the fact the band hadn’t played live in six months, aside from performing two songs at the NME Awards in February, when they also picked up this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution To Music award. The show was a massive hit and the overexcited croed sung along to every track they played. It was definately a night for remiscing, and celebrating pure music Talent, that we must never forget.
Holly Willoughby is looking red-hot on the cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Britain’s favourite tv presenter, and mum of two, Holly Willoughby is on the cover of the April issue of Cosmo Magazine, and she is looking smoking hot!!
Holly talks candidly to the magazine in an interview, telling all about family life, working with the silver fox that is Mr. Philip Schofield, and the secret of looking sexy, even when you have two small children at home and you hold down more than one full-time job. Gorgeous cover star Holly Willoughby reveals all about Cosmo’s fave topics: sex, love and lust “I’ve always found that if you dress sexy, you feel sexy”, says Holly – and she’s a gal who’d know!
Women scream and men run away: When it comes to arguing with your partner, there’s a lot of learning to be done
A PARSHIP study shows that women tend to react more emotionally than men, while men tend to withdraw from relationship strife. 41% of Parship members surveyed, admit that, when they argue with their partner, they can easily let their emotions run away with them. When there is strife in a relationship, strong emotional reactions are more frequent among women than men (45% vs 36%) according to the findings of a representative survey of c.1000 people between 18 and 65, conducted by PARSHIP (uk.parship.com), the leading online dating agency across Europe. Offended or overcome with rage.
The survey also shows that, among people who react emotionally in the event of conflict, the nature of the emotional outburst differs widely: 40% rapidly take offence and stop speaking to their partner; around a third give vent to their anger and labour their point until their partner gives in, and around one in five withdraw from the argument, leaving the room or the house. Strikingly, men attempt significantly more frequently than women to withdraw from the argument and flee the situation, while women have a greater tendency to give vent to their anger.
“Insufficient skill in handling conflict is often the trigger for the failure of a relationship,” explains psychologist Markus Ernst, PARSHIP relationship expert. “For instance, gender-driven differences in communication style can easily lead to misunderstandings or even to the couple hurting each other. Women and men stand to learn something from each other in these situations as they work together to establish a constructive attitude to conflict in their relationship.” .
The independent online survey took place in January 2012.
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Big Brother UK saw its first round of nominations this week, and it has been revealed that there are two house mates up for eviction, west end star Andrew Stone, and Lengerie model Georgia Salpa.
We all got to know Andrew stone during his stint on the Sky1 tv show Pineapple Studios, but what do we know about the Greek Irish beauty that is Georgia Salpa?
Georgia was born in the greek capital Athens, in 1985, but moved to Ireland with her parents in 1989 aged just four years old, and was raised in Killiney near Dublin. in her teenage years, she worked hard to become a model, and did some rather unglamorous promotional work, a far cry from the magazine shoots she is known for today. After various modelling assignments in many publications including FHM, she became one of the first FHM HOT 100. She then went on to do many TV appearances on Irish programmes The Podge and The Rodge show, Republic of Telly, Celebrity Salon and Catwalk to Kilimanjaro. Salpa has now moved to the UK, she dated Football legend George Best’s son, Calum Best for a while, but the pair split in 2011. Georgia is famed for her stunning looks, bearing similarities to american-Armenian reality tv star Kim Kardashian, and her natural 32E boobs, which she claims are a family heirloom.
Georgia, Andrew and the rest of the house mates, will find out who will be the first celebrity to be evicted from the Big Brother house on Friday, the public will be voting all week.