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Thursday, 18 June 2015
Sunday, 18 September 2011
|Japanese Pop star Aimi Eguchi from band AKB48 is unreal - literally!|
Now we've all heard of pop groups being manufactured but this is ridiculous!
Aimi Eguchi, latest member of Japanese pop group AKB48 only exists in the digital world. She is made up of a composite of 'the best bits' of the other six main members of the band.
A sort of fetching, female Frankenstein's monster I suppose.
Hey wait... is this what the SugarBabes, and En Vogue before them, already did?
Watch this vid for a bit of an explanation. Although not in English, you'll get the idea:
Read more: New Scientist
Also see: AKB48 Official site (English)
Sunday, 4 September 2011
|Carlton Banks - Possible London riot suspect?|
In the aftermath of the riots in the United Kingdom the British police released many images of rioters/looters in the hope that the general public could help to identify some of the culprits.
I'm not sure they were expecting results such as the one in the image above!
Saturday, 23 July 2011
|Amy Winehouse died aged 27-years-old|
The London Ambulance Service said it was called out to a 27-year-old woman at 1554 BST. But the woman died.
At present the cause of death is said to be unexplained.
On Twitter many people are mentioning something called the #27Club. This refers to the age of other world famous singers that died at the age of 27. They include Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison and Brian Jones.
Read more: BBC Entertainment news
More on the 27 Club: Wikipedia.org - 27_Club
Wednesday, 20 July 2011
|Did Leona Lewis use Avicii's track which used the Penguin Cafe Orchestra's tune?|
Leona Lewis has a new single out called Collide. Taken from her third album. But it seems Leona has 'collided' with Ministry of Sound producer Avicii.
Avicci claims that Leona Lewis' new song is using his latest track Penguin. He claims the piano riff and the beat come directly from his song. Even though he in turn sampled the said piano riff from a track by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra called Perpetuum Mobile (hence the name of his track).
The controversy even sparked a war of words on Twitter, with Avicii first airing his views followed by Leona Lewis responding.
Compare for yourself with the following videos:
Read more: MSN Music