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4 items from 2015


Sam Smith's Bond theme 'Writing's on the Wall' gets split reaction on Twitter

25 September 2015 2:42 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Sam Smith's highly-anticipated James Bond theme 'Writing's on the Wall' received its world premiere this morning (September 25), and as with all themes scored for the iconic franchise, it got its fair share of love and hate.

Twitter reacted as Smith's emotional lyrics played out over a traditional Bond-style orchestra of strings, but not everybody was impressed.

Sam Smith's Bond theme first listen review: Spectre track is too emotional for 007

22 best and worst Bond theme songs ranked: Every single's here, but which are classics and which need their 00 status revoked?

Dear Sam Mendes, you still have a month. @LanaDelRey popped her phone number on her latest album, for the love of #Bond, please ring it.

— Matt Bone (@BoneyAbroad) September 25, 2015

It took Sam Smith 20 mins to write the new #Bond theme for #Spectre?

It shows.

Ryan Nelson (@RyanJohnNelson) September 25, 2015

Omg! @samsmithworld vocals are immense on #WritingsOnTheWall. I've got goosebumps. Definitely »

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Great British Bake Off Patisserie Week: Twitter was all over 'cream-filled horns' and passionate nuns!

23 September 2015 1:32 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Great British Bake Off was all about the Patisserie tonight (September 23) and - while the goodies made our mouths water - we couldn't stop giggling.

As ever, Digital Spy was keeping an eye out on Twitter to bring you all the best bites:

1. The cream-filled horns that "needed to be filled all the way through" nearly broke Twitter:

Tamal talking about his cream horns got us like... #Gbbo @BritishBakeOff pic.twitter.com/uyqL6lzGFm

— Office Shoes (@OfficeShoes) September 23, 2015

I made 24 cream horns once. Ok, I mean only made 1. Ok, I mean I got really horny eating a cake once. #Gbbo

— Rachael (@RachaelvsWorld) September 23, 2015

#Gbbo

Intern: Maybe they could make Eccles cakes.

Exec: What?! Where's the innuendo in that?

I: Um, rough puff cream horns?

E: More like it.

Ryan Nelson (@RyanJohnNelson) September 23, 2015

Ian probably moulded his horn cones of a unicorn he found "gently bumped" on the side of »

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Great British Bake Off: Paul's rising baguette and a breadcycle get Twitter talking about Bread Week

19 August 2015 1:52 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Great British Bake Off really hit its stride during Bread Week this evening (August 19) and Twitter could barely contain its excitement during the show.

There was some baguette-based banter on display and Paul produced one of the greatest showstoppers ever seen on the programme.

The Great British Bake Off: Who went home tonight?

The Great British Bake Off: The 7 most spectacular showstoppers ever

Nadiya's facial expressions are the best thing about The Great British Bake Off

Digital Spy was watching Twitter throughout and has gathered the best comments viewers had on Gbbo's third week below:

There were huge levels of excitement for Bread Week as the show got underway

Bread week #Gbbo

— Gogglebox Scarlett (@ScarlettMoffatt) August 19, 2015

even the music makes me happy! #Gbbo

Marian Keyes (@MarianKeyes) August 19, 2015

How To Convey 'Bread Week' Through The Medium Of Mime. #Gbbo pic.twitter.com/nzoz6yQthW

BBC One (@BBCOne) August 19, 2015

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Great British Bake Off: Paul's rising baguette and a breadcyle get Twitter talking about Bread Week

19 August 2015 1:52 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Great British Bake Off really hit its stride during Bread Week this evening (August 19) and Twitter could barely contain its excitement during the show.

There was some baguette-based banter on display and Paul produced one of the greatest showstoppers ever seen on the programme.

The Great British Bake Off: Who went home tonight?

The Great British Bake Off: The 7 most spectacular showstoppers ever

Nadiya's facial expressions are the best thing about The Great British Bake Off

Digital Spy was watching Twitter throughout and has gathered the best comments viewers had on Gbbo's third week below:

There were huge levels of excitement for Bread Week as the show got underway

Bread week #Gbbo

— Gogglebox Scarlett (@ScarlettMoffatt) August 19, 2015

even the music makes me happy! #Gbbo

Marian Keyes (@MarianKeyes) August 19, 2015

How To Convey 'Bread Week' Through The Medium Of Mime. #Gbbo pic.twitter.com/nzoz6yQthW

BBC One (@BBCOne) August 19, 2015

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