Friday, 20 November 2009

Russell Howard

Known to millions as a panelist on BBC Two's Mock The Week, Russell has been a regular guest on Never Mind the Buzzcock's (BBC Two) and Would I Lie To You? (BBC One) along with hosting Comedy Central's Edinburgh and Beyond and twice appearing on Live at the Apollo (BBC One). In 2009 Russell brought his unique take on the world to BBC Three with Russell Howard's Good News – the channel first topical comedy show.


But it is on stage where Russell really storms it. Three previous tours Wandering (2006/7), Adventures (2007/8) and Dingledodies (2008/9) have all completely sold out including three nights at the Hammersmith Apollo and a huge show at Wembley Arena. In 2009 Russell embarks on his Big Rooms and Belly Laughs Arena tour playing 10 of his largest gigs so far.


'A robust antidote to the depressive, recessionary mood of the moment … Right now, he's flying' The Telegraph


'Probably the best of a new generation of comics. His mind is as sharp as a witch's nose and gags flow from him with the ease and Majesty of the river Nile' Time Out


Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Lee Ryan was taken away by the police last night...

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Lee Ryan was searched and detailed by plain-clothed police officers last night outside the May Fair Hotel in central London. The former Blue member was approached as he left the premises and then taken to a waiting police car. Looking visibly worried, Lee clasped his hands over his face as he was driven away. No official word has yet been given as to why he was detained, but we will of course bring you any details as soon as we get them. Oh dear. It's been one hell of a week for Lee Ryan, hasn't it?


Tuesday, 17 November 2009

The heat Readers' Torso 2009 has arrived!

As it's only now 37 days until Christmas (yep, believe it), we're doing our best not to dwell on where the hell the past year has gone and focus instead on all the good things about this time of year. Mulled wine, New Moon out in cinemas, mince pies being an acceptable breakfast food and the heat Readers' Torso. Yep, it's that time of year again where we offer one studly hunk of a man the chance to appear in the bumper Christmas issue of heat magazine, and all he has to do is show us his yummy body. If you know someone whose torso is good enough to show off to the heat-reading world, then take a snap of the lucky fella with his shirt off and holding a copy of heat (with his permission, obvs) and send it to us.


As we've done in previous years, all the Torsos we select will be entered into a daily poll on heatworld, where users can vote for who they want to go through. After lots of Torsos and lots more votes, the winner will be crowned heat Readers' Torso Of The Week and get their sexy selves in the Christmas issue of heat! We for one are very excited about this, so please don't keep us waiting too long! Send your Torsos (remember to ask permission, and get said fella to pose with a copy of heat) to marked "Torso". All entrants must be over 18, and really really fit. Understood?

Robert Pattinson reveals true feelings for Kristen Stewart

Robert Pattinson has hinted that he fancies his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart.


In an interview with Star Magazine, the young heartthrob reveals: “I definitely felt like there was some kind of ….connection or something. I definitely had a reaction to her which I really wasn’t expecting.”


Asked what he looks for in a woman, the 23-year-old said:  "I generally like people who have a dark side. I like people who are a little bit crazy.”


Pattison also admitted he relates to his onscreen vampire persona, adding: “He’s very much a loner and I’ve always been a bit of a loner too.”


The full interview appears in this week's Star Magazine, out today.


Saturday, 14 November 2009

Trevor Donovan

Trevor Donovan (born October 7, 1978) is an American actor and model who had a short stint in 2007 on the NBC daytime soap Days of Our Lives as Jeremy Horton.

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Born as Trevor Donovan Neubauer in Bishop, California, he landed a recurring role on 90210 as "Teddy". His first appearance was on September 8, 2009.


Donovan played the Surrogate form of Tom Greer (Bruce Willis) in the 2009 sci-fi 'Surrogates'


Friday, 13 November 2009

Asher Roth

Asher Paul Roth (born August 11, 1985) is an American rapper. He was signed to a joint venture between Scooter Braun's Schoolboy Music and Steve Rifkind’s SRC Records. His first professional release was on June 13, 2008 when the DJ Drama and Don Cannon-helmed The GreenHouse Effect Mixtape was released for free via Roth’s website

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Roth was featured on the cover of XXL magazine’s annual Top 10 Freshmen: Hip-Hop’s Class ’09 issue. Roth's debut album, Asleep in the Bread Aisle, was released on April 20, 2009.

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After linking up with Braun, Roth moved to Atlanta to pursue a hip-hop career full-time. As industry buzz grew, Roth was courted by a number of labels, including SRC, Def Jam, Warner Bros. Records and Atlantic.[11]Roth would eventually sign a joint venture between Braun's Schoolboy Music and Steve Rifkind, chairman of SRC/Universal Records.


On June 13, 2008, Roth put out his first professional release, the Don Cannon andDJ Drama-helmed The Greenhouse Effect, via the Internet. This resulted in Roth being the second white rapper to be featured on Drama and Cannon’s influential Gangsta Grillz series. He released his first studio album, titled Asleep in the Bread Aisle, on 20 April, 2009. Asher Roth joined Blink-182 in the second half of their reunion tour in September 2009.


Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Vice – Live performing Bounce

Here is just a random video of Vice performing Bounce live at Clothes Show London

Joshua Stevenson

Joshua Stevenson, born February 21, 1990, in Memphis TN, is an American model and actor.


Stevenson moved with his family to Scottsdale, AZ when he was 14. In his junior year he discovered the weight room and it changed the course of his life.


His first taste of stardom would come on the basketball court. He started point guard on the Varsity basketball for Desert Mountain High School, he would average over ten points and ten assists a game and played virtually every second of the game.


Stevenson moved to California the beginning of 2009 where he met his friend and manager, Robert Madden. Robert began introducing him around to photographers who immediately set up shoots with him and from the first one, Joshua felt a connection with the camera.


A few months later, Stevenson went for his first audition - a SAG short film - and landed the principle role. The film "Red River County" (written and directed by Waide Riddle) is already accepted in film festivals in Los Angeles, New York, Sydney and London.


Stevenson is also being considered for roles in 3 prominent upcoming films, as well as modeling campaigns with "Ralph Lauren", "Calvin Klein", "Versace" and "Gucci". He will be featured on the cover of "Exercise for Men" in the fall of 2009.


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Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Christmas comes earlier each year

Well as we all know Christmas comes earlier each year, well the shops start advertising way to early, we are going to jump on the bandwagon!  Actually we are not, but an email containing some pictures made us want to share them with you.


There are some great Christmas posts coming up in December, but these are just a sneak peak of some of the kinds on pictures you can expect.



Saturday, 7 November 2009

Max Thieriot

Maximillion Drake "Max" Thieriot (born October 14, 1988) is an American actor. During the 2000s, he appeared in several Hollywood films, including Catch That Kid, The Pacifier, Nancy Drew, Jumper, and Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.


Thieriot was signed to talent manager Don Gibble after taking his improvisation class. He modeled for GAP and appeared in two short films before being cast in his first feature film role, in 2004's Catch That Kid alongside Kristen Stewart and Corbin Bleu. It is a comedic thriller, aimed at teenage audiences, where Maddy (Kristen Stewart) robs a bank in order to get the money for her father. He was subsequently cast in 2005's The Pacifier, playing one of the family members protected by a Navy Seal played by Vin Diesel.


Thieriot appeared in The Astronaut Farmer, released on February 23, 2007, as well as in the feature film version of Nancy Drew, released on June 15, 2007. He also plays a younger version of Hayden Christensen's lead character in Jumper making him appear in two movies with Kristen Stewart. The same year, Thieriot appeared in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl. He has also recently been cast in Wes Craven's 25/8, replacing Dennis Hopper's son Henry Lee Hopper. He has now been cast in three new films: Happy Together, Prodigy, and Chloe.

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Maximillion Drake Thieriot was born in Los Altos Hills, California, the son of Bridgit (née Snyder) and George Cameron Thieriot. He has a sister, Frances, and a brother, Aidan. Thieriot was raised in Occidental, California and lives in Manhattan Beach. He attended Salmon Creek Middle school in Sonoma County. He graduated in 2006 from El Molino High School.  Thieriot enjoys basketball, wrestling, surfing, snowboarding, and other sports in his spare time and lists Johnny Depp as his all time favorite actor.


Thieriot's family once owned the San Francisco Chronicle; his great-great-grandfather, M. H. de Young, who was of Dutch Jewish descent, co-founded the paper, and his relatives, Charles and Richard Thieriot, were the editors and publishers of the paper. Thieriot's paternal grandparents, Ferdinand and Frances Thieriot, died in the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria.


Monday, 26 October 2009


Well its Halloween week, and I am going to a party on Friday, a fancy dress party and can’t decide what to wear, so as always looking for some costumes and came across some hot guys.




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Sunday, 25 October 2009

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Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Supernatural Season 6

Well we know that major TV companies around the world have already said they will air a Season 6 of Supernatural, but when the creator of a show doesn’t want another season things get complicated.  BuddyTV did an interesting article on the pro’s and con’s of a Season 6.


It's still incredibly early to start talking about whether or not Supernatural might be picked up for another season, but since this week's episode is a repeat, I've had some time to think.  From the beginning, Supernatural creator Eric Kripke has said he has a five-year plan for the show, and while he has every intention of finishing it as planned, the summer saw a change in tone regarding the future of Supernatural.

CW President Dawn Ostroff and Kripke himself both remained open to the possibility of continuing Supernatural beyond its current fifth season, but should they?  More Supernatural is rarely a bad thing, but is it worth it for another season?  Just like for every important debate, I made up a list of pros and cons to help figure it out.

PRO: The Creativity of the Writers
Supernatural has one of the most inventive and creative writing staffs on TV, with stand-outs like Sera Gamble, Ben Edlund and Jeremy Carver.  Already this season has featured an apocalyptic future, Paris Hilton and the Anti-Christ (surprisingly, those last two were different characters).  And upcoming episodes include Dean as an old man and the Winchesters living in various other TV shows.  Creatively, Supernatural shows no signs of stopping and could easily keep going with this talented group of writers.

CON: There's Nowhere to Go But Down
This season, the Winchesters are facing Lucifer.  That's as big a villain as you can possibly get, so if the show continues beyond the Lucifer storyline, it would be nearly impossible to match that level of conflict.  Right now, if Kripke does plan on finishing this storyline by the end of season 5, it's hard to imagine what could be as compelling as fighting the devil.

PRO: High Ratings
Not only does Supernatural have great DVR ratings, but it's also one of the CW's highest-rated shows.  Last week, Supernatural's ratings were higher than One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl, 90210 and Melrose Place, putting it in the top half of the CW's shows.

CON: Low Ratings
I know this doesn't make sense, but while Supernatural is doing OK compared to other CW shows, it isn't doing that well compared to itself.  Through the first six episodes of season 5, the show's average rating is about 2.74 million viewers, which is the same as the season 3 average, the lowest the show has ever had.

PRO: The CW Doesn't Have Many Shows
Overall, the CW hasn't developed many hits.  Gossip Girl is an exception, and both Reaper and 90210 lasted more than one season, but the CW also had Runaway, Hidden Palms, Privileged, Life is Wild and The Beautiful Life.  The CW only has eight shows on right now, and that's not enough, so the network may have to keep Supernatural around.
CON: The CW is Developing a Ton of New Shows
Right now, the CW is gearing up for pilot season to try and develop some new hits for next fall, and their initial lineup is ambitious, with at least eight new hour-long shows in very early development.  Not all of these will even be under consideration, but it is a sign that the CW is looking for plenty of fresh talent. 

PRO: More Jared and Jensen
If Supernatural comes to an end, the very rabid fan community will be left without a weekly dose of Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, which could send some people into withdrawal.  For proof, just ask Wentworth Miller fans how they're coping with Prison Break ending.
CON: Preventing the Stars from New Opportunities
Working on a TV show, especially one where they are the only two real stars, is a time-consuming process for Jared and Jensen, especially since it films in Vancouver and not L.A.  If Supernatural came to an end, both stars would be able to either star in more movies or start over with a brand new TV show.  They both have histories, Jared on Gilmore Girls and Jensen on Dark Angel, so it might be fun to see them expand their horizons and try out some new roles.

VERDICT: Bring on Season 6
When all the pros and cons are weighed, I'm left with the overwhelming desire to see where the heck Supernatural could possibly go.  Season 6 could be a disaster, or it could be a fresh start and breathe new life into an aging series.  There's no way to tell unless we see it, so despite some good reasons against it, I'm strongly in favor of a sixth season for Supernatural, no matter what.