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Amongst the crush we noticed The Script's lead singer Danny O'Donoghue linking arms with hot 1st Option model Irma Mali...
For those of you unaware of Irma's work, she's Danny's love interest in The Script's 'Breakeven' music video - she got the role over the singer's ex-girlfriend who was tipped to get the part.
The Maccabees, also on chairs and in cardigans, with Orlando’s Week’s entrancing broken voice commanded a hush with another stripped down, gentle performance.
Taking things down a couple of octaves, Editors injected more energy to the night, with lively lead singer Tom Smith leaping about the altar.
His portrayal of the slain civil rights leader - framed by a shining supporting cast - is one to behold. - Just when we thought Pixar couldn't do any better, along comes the most precious trash compactor we've ever laid eyes on.
IE REDESIGNED & NOW INTERACTIVE - FEEL FREE TO LEAVE A WITTY COMMENT OR TWO...... IE ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY COMMENTS SUBMITTED. Those of you in-the-know will know that Irma was the leading lady from the piece of film shot for the band's new single in Dublin earlier this year...
While I was making breakfast just this morning, my four-year-old daughter said, “Mom, right now I’m going on a walk at half past nine.” Audible has a great selection of quality books for children, and Librivox has a large selection of free public domain books.
One could try to rhyme 2008 with cheap words like "great" and "celebrate," but they wouldn't do any justice because this year was so full of sweet and sour morsels that flavored our lives from January through December - it would require a ginormous task force to take one snapshot of all twelve eventful months. Sean Penn's performance isn't just a performance; it's an unadulterated act of physical, emotional and mental being.
Bombay Bicycle Club took the folk route, with guitarist Jamie Mc Coll’s dad Neil joining on banjo.
Geeky frontman Jack Steadman’s awkward, shaky vocals were captivating and their most recogniseable songs, Always Like This and Magnet, were infinitely improved with the folkier tones.