Can Rita Ora focus on her music career now please?

Today Rita Ora made her pop comeback with Your Song, her first track in two years, and I really like it. So I want to her to ditch all her other gigs and put full focus on her music career because I’m confident that she can become known as a legitimate popstar again, IF the rest of her album is as good as the lead single.

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Does Fifty Shades Darker song mark an image change for Taylor Swift?


Today Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik blew our minds by dropping a surprise duet I Don’t Wanna Live Forever. So far, so unexpected. What shocked me further was that it’s for the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack! WHAAAAAT?! WTF?! This makes no sense to me in terms of Taylor’s ‘brand’ so I believe it that it can only mean one thing – she is overhauling her image.

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The 2016 BAFTA Rising Star winner is so hard to pick


As the only BAFTA category open to public vote, I always feel like it is my duty as a U.K. fan film to vote for the Rising Star Award and I have done in recent years, but my choice has never scooped the award (not even once!) So perhaps I shouldn’t and then my favourite would win.

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Fifty Shades of Grey: Film Review


The reaction to both the book and film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey has been extremely polarising. I get the impression that it is almost cool to say it’s crap, so I’m going to do the uncool thing by saying I liked it. It was not perfect by all means, but it was not as bad as I was bracing myself for.

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Pics from the Fifty Shades of Grey premiere



Tonight I headed to the London premiere of the highly-anticipated movie adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey. The stars of the film, Dakota Johnson and a very-beardy Jamie Dornan (above), hit the grey carpet in Leicester Square along with director Sam-Taylor Johnson and her Kick-Ass actor husband Aaron Taylor-Johnson and author E.L. James.

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Top Films for February



My top film recommendations for this month are:


This biopic of civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. depicts a small period in his life where he organises three marches between Selma and Montgomery in Alabama in the 1960s to campaign for the black vote. David Oyelowo gives a storming performance as King and was totally robbed of an Oscar nomination. Review to come. Released: 6th February

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15 Films to Watch in 2015



There are so many amazing films coming up in 2015 and I could have written an extremely long list but since its going to be 2015, I decided to pick my top 15 movies that I cannot wait to see in the new year. Here we go:

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