Days ago, the summer tour of Will Young came to an end as he endured a torrential rain at Epsom Live.
At Epsom Live The 'I Just want A Lover' singer fancied the stage to entertain his fans with a series of his popular tracks like'Jealousy', 'Light My Fire', 'Your Game' and 'Evergreen'. In spite of the wet and bad weather Will Young was in high spirits as he was joking saying that all the fans would have a great time as they were British and as he was joking about regarding his costume changes.
After 11 years, British singer and song-writer Will Young appeared at the VIP art exhibition. Young was wearing a very casual outfit and he was looking awfully out of place at the event. His dressing style was totally different and was very much casual. Though he was wearing such an outfit but the best part is that he did not forget to wear his smile.
Recently, he brought himself a four-legged partner, but it would seem, canine and man have built up a strong bond already. It would really appear that Will Young as well as his border terrier Esme are undividable friends already, guessing from their public outgoing recently.
The pop superstar was clicked arriving for a television appearance along with his 3 month old puppy that was by his side. She was, in fact, more than by his side as the puppy sat across his shoulder and her paws resting on Will Young’s back as they went into the studio.
Remember Will Young, the winner of Pop Idol. Surprisingly he hates his first ever single. Yes, you heard it right. He absolutely hates it.
Will Young, the British singer told that he does not like his debut number and cannot endure to look on the videos for his first numbers as they are very awful.
Reports suggest, the 32 year old actor and singer, who released the Evergreen and Anything Is Possible at the time when he won Pop Idol (the TV talent show back in 2002), stated that he had never performed on the first song because he detest it so much.
Alyssa Milano was seen enjoying her time with pop icon Prince after a music concert. After Alyssa showed off her fancy footwork, she uploaded a photo of her on stage adventure to Twitter, writing: 'I'm the pregnant one dancing next to Prince. Prince is a genius.
'Truly. They don't make them like him anymore. Real music performed by real musicians & such an amazing showman.'
The pregnant actress attended the concert with her husband David Bugliari.
The two are expecting their first child together later this year.
March is set to become the month of pop music festivals after a number of festivals are being organised in the coming few weeks. Pop music festivals in 2011 face the same challenge as always: branding new dishes from the communal stew of touring bands and soloists like Michael Buble. But through social media the tastemaking classes keep expanding, along with every alternative subculture; the festivals, in turn, keep swelling and diversifying, despite the economy.
Rihanna has topped the UK singles chart for the second week in a row with her latest track Only Girl (In The World), keeping the newly re-united Take That from the top spot.
With Robbie Williams in tow, Take That failed to top the charts and instead came in as a new entry at number two with their single The Flood. Katy Perry jumped up one place to number three with Firework, while McFly were a new entry at four with Shine A Light (ft. Taio Cruz). US Teen star Alex Jordan fell two places to complete the top five at number five with Happiness.
JLS say they don't feel threatened by other boybands and believe now is a great time for pop music to kick out rock bands from dominating sales.
The band are currently enjoying success alongside Take That, Nick Jonas, while newcomers The Wanted are also getting more popular by the day. Discussing their chart rivals, JLS hunk Marvin Humes - who recently split from Rochelle Wiseman - said: "It's an amazing time for boybands.
Take That's new album, Progress, has been tipped to nab the Christmas number one spot after becoming the biggest pre-order release this year.
Take That Tickets went on pre-order before going on sale to the public today and has been the band's most in-demand album to date.
Bookies expect the boyband to head straight to number one in the charts after an impressive live performance of their new single, The Flood, on The X Factor results show last night.
A song released by the Royal British Legion has broken into the Top 20 singles charts in the UK. And it's just that: two minutes of silence. Not sure it'll be worth buying V Festival Tickets for!
"Rather than a song, we felt the UK public would recognize the poignancy of silence and its clear association with remembrance," Chris Simpkins, director general of the Royal British Legion told the Guardian.