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Started from the Upside Down: Will Byers and friends join a band

Started from the Upside Down: Will Byers and friends join a band

Entertainment, Featured, Film & TV, Music, TV
Words: Marija Tomsone | Subbing: Claudia Jackson The Stranger Things boys joined James Corden on the stage as a Motown cover band. Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo revealed that they are not only good at saving the world, but also at performing on the stage. The Stranger Things stars appeared on James Corden’s The Late Late Night Show as a Motown cover band named The Upside-Downs along with the host last night. The group has covered such classic tracks as Reach Out I’ll Be There by Four Tops, My Girl by The Temptations and I Want You Back by Jackson 5 as a Motown tribute act. Meanwhile, Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike Wheeler on Stranger Things, has asked the fans of the hottest show today to stop harassing the cast. This followed criticism tow
Latest in Hollywood: Ed Westwick accused of sexual assault

Latest in Hollywood: Ed Westwick accused of sexual assault

Featured, News, UK, World
Words: Leanne Hall | Subbed: Michael Ward   Gossip Girl star, Ed Westwick has been accused of raping fellow actor, Kristina Cohen. The allegations surfaced today when Cohen penned a post of Facebook about the alleged incident. In the statement, Cohen claims “I fought him off as hard as I could but he grabbed my face in his hands, shaking me, telling me he wanted to fuck me. I was paralysed, terrified. I couldn’t speak, I could no longer move. He held me down and raped me.” Following the accusations, Ed Westwick sent out a message publicly denying the claims. https://twitter.com/EdWestwick/status/927940546382913536   People on Twitter have rushed to call out Ed Westwick due to the allegations, even his old colleagues.   https://twitter.com/fizfizzfi
George-ous: John Lewis’ Last Christmas

George-ous: John Lewis’ Last Christmas

Entertainment
Words: Kiera Chapman | Subbing: Joanne Clark Every year, as lights start to wrap their crystal bulbed fingers above and around the streets of London, Boots boasts it’s 3 for 2 deals and a whiff of mulled wine whips your nose as you trench out a muggy Oxford Circus. However, the ultimate festivities signifier is the first official broadcast of the John Lewis advert. This year, it’s been reported that a version of Last Christmas will be the soundtrack of the commercial, in honour of the singer George Michael, who passed away last year. John Lewis’s Christmas alumni include the likes of Gabrielle Aplin, Tom Odell and Vaults, so it’s only natural an incredible amount of anticipation saddles the 2017’s first broadcast, which will be either November 9th (like last year) or 10th. This will m
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