"The public appear to be the moral guardians and I'm not condoning what they did but it's a dance competition and unless they've signed some disclosure that there's a behaviour contract they are not about to be stopped, I believe from dancing, that's what they've been hired to do dance." … [Read more...] about Did Strictly’s Arlene Phillips just hint that Neil and Katya Jones have an OPEN relationship and that’s why he stayed?
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Meghan continued: "We have to, in this moment in time, say 'we're going to have to be a little uncomfortable right now' because it's only in pushing through that discomfort that we get to the other side of this and find the place, as you're pointing out, where a high tide raises all ships." … [Read more...] about Andrew Neil lays into Meghan and Harry in row over ‘uncomfortable’ Commonwealth past
There are many who regard the deification of Dylan as tantamount to the ossification of culture – a claim that music cannot get any better than this and so everyone else should just stop. He can’t sing, they argue, and, anyway, other people do his songs far better than he does. There’s a lot in that, but looking at the flotsam that has followed the Bootleg Series, his biggest musical crime could be permitting rapacious record companies to believe that any old rubbish can be reissued and rebadged as a lost classic. Someone really needs to stage an intervention now. … [Read more...] about Peak box set: how Dylan inspired barrel-scraping of the most cynical kind
Not at Oldchella, however. There were still girls in rainbow shortalls and fringed shirts, and guys in artfully ripped jeans and flannel shirts, but most people were dressed for ease of movement or, charmingly and dorkily, in the band souvenir shirts they’d already purchased. Because here’s the thing: the people who came to Oldchella to be cool were far outnumbered by the people who came to see the bands they loved, maybe for the last time ever. … [Read more...] about Desert Trip review – McCartney, Stones and co give Oldchella a hint of rebellion
Enjoying himself: Joking about the arduous process of dyeing his hair, Kelvin said in the caption: 'From brunettre to ginger (favourite part) to yellow. Now where's that toner' … [Read more...] about Kelvin Fletcher cuts a casual figure as he heads to the pub with his family following the easing of lockdown restrictions