Last night (against my better judgement) I watched the “‘nation’s sweetheart” / fraud Cheryl Cole pour her heart out to Piers Morgan.
I’ve always respected Piers Morgan but he let himself down last night. It was made clear from the offset that Piers thinks the sun shines out of Cheryl’s backside, so this interview was just set up to help preserve Saint Cheryl’s reputation post Gamugate. Plus she’s about to release a new single.
Cheryl bawled while discussing her harrowing battle with FLU. Oops… sorry.. I mean “MALARIA”, and then bawled some more when the subject switched to the breakdown of her marriage to footballer Ashley Cole.
(I look forward to hearing what Ashley Cole has to say. I hope that interview comes soon.)
I suspect the lame fan club sitting in the audience who “ooooed” and “awwwed” throughout the interview also “wept” with “poor” Cheryl during those “harrowing” segments.
Also as predicted there was no mention of Sophie Amogbokpa, the nightclub toilet attendant who Cheryl beat up and “allegedly” racially abused back in 2003.
Piers who used to be Editor-In-Chief of The Daily Mirror and is still a journalist at heart should be ashamed of himself for neglecting to mention that incident, because it’s a part of Cheryl’s life story and almost derailed the Girls Aloud train.
I have to hand it to Cheryl’s PR team. They continue to do a brilliant job of ensuring that the nation’s sweetheart’s halo still shines bright.
Give yourselves a pat on the back guys!
Industry folk raved about Kanye West’s Runaway film short, after it premiered at a private screening (with Kanye in attendance) in London last month.
Runaway is now available to watch in its entirety online.
It opens with rapper Nicki Minaj butchering the English accent. She needs to be muzzled. Then a woman falls from the sky dressed as a bird and Kanye rescues her.
Then it just goes on and on and on….
In my opinion Runaway is exactly what you would expect from Kanye – pretentious nonsense. But I love the featured tracks from his new album, especially the track featuring Rihanna (All Of The Lights).
Your thoughts please…
Meet US singer, rapper, poet, bandleader and songwriter Lee, who is already being hailed as one of the most original artists on the current musical scene.
Lee is originally from Miami, where he co-founded and fronted the popular, award-winning alternative Hip-Hop band The Square Egg.
Today he performs with his own band and has created his own distinctive sound, which is an eclectic mix of Hip-Hop, R&B, Funk, with jazz soloists, with elements of rock, classical music and spoken word.
Website – www.whoislee.com
Check out footage of Lee’s brilliant live sets below.
A Letter From You
Your thoughts please…