We have to continue talking about Christmas adverts…
We’ve all had enough of the US Election drama, right? I’m not even going to mention it here! Let’s move onto something way more cheerful. IT’S CHRIIIISTMAAAS!
Roll back a few years, the movies taught us that the future will be filled with self-driving flying cars, hoverboards and robots. Well, the future seems to be coming to us quicker than we initially thought. And it has me interested…
ICYMI, Christopher Biggins has been removed from the Celebrity Big Brother house; whilst a violent Stephen Bear has only been given a final warning for his behaviour. But is Big Brother’s verdict a fair one?
The Eurovision Song Contest came to a dramatic and nail-biting climax last night, with Ukraine taking the win in Stockholm, Sweden. However, I need to point out the true winners of this year’s show.
Oh my goodness! That time of year has crept up on us fast. Camp up, Europe; cause the most fabulous party is kicking off in Stockholm, Sweden right now!
Okay so Valentine’s Day wasn’t as lonely for me as I had anticipated it would be, as the squad united for an evening of food and film!
(Don’t worry, there’s no spoilers!)
So earlier this week, the UK woke up to the shocking news of the loss of another national treasure: Sir Terry Wogan.
For my overseas friends, Sir Terry Wogan is considered a broadcasting legend, enjoying more than 50 years in the business. Second to this, he was essentially the face of the BBC Children In Need appeal every year since its launch in 1980.
I think it’s safe to say that this image has captured our emotions during this time.
Rest well, Sir Terry Wogan: 1938-2016
I’m gonna kick of straight away by announcing that I have found myself the most unlikely obsession ever. Well, maybe not so unlikely – but I’m finding it weird to come to terms with right now.
Today, the news has reported one of the saddest things of 2016 so far. Die Hard, R0bin Hood and Harry Potter star, Alan Rickman, has died; aged 69.