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By Maureen Coleman THERE are two main reasons McFly love playing Belfast, according to bassist Dougie Poynter - Guinness and girls. The four-piece pop rock band return to the Odyssey Arena on November 10 - and the boys are looking forward to enjoying their favourite tipple when they get here.
By Paul English IT'S Back To The Future, only with corsets, britches and Mr Darcy. Lost In Austen isn't remotely original. Even some of the gags are lifted straight from Michael J. Fox's 1985 movie classic.
JOE Calzaghe's girlfriend stars in pop band McFly's new video. Model and actress Jo-Emma Larvin, 27, donned blue extensions to take the female lead in the boyband's video for new single Lies, playing a futuristic music queen.
X FACTOR judge Dannii Minogue looked like she was angling for a transfer to Strictly Come Dancing at G-A-Y nightclub's closing night. The pop singer was dolled up in a ball gown for part of her performance at the Astoria in London. Some old favourites took to the stage to say goodbye.
By Aleisha Scott email@example.com Despite looming clouds the sun kept shining as pop royalty and 45,000 people descended on Weston-super-Mare for the biggest beach party of the year.
By Sheri Linden LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - A pop-froth spin on Cinderella, the Manhattan-set "Just My Luck" has the feel of a contemporary screwball romance, if not the crackling one-liners of classic screwball.
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