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Xtina's got a new 'do! Christina Aguilera stepped out on Thursday night for "The Voice" Top 8 finalists event in West Hollywood -- and debuted an edgy look. Gone are the "Dirrty" singer's long blonde extensions, as the singer appears to have ditched them in favor of her natural hair, which she styled in a wavy lob. The star channeled her inner rocker in a vintage Guns N' Roses tee, a cropped leather jacket, a pair of skin tight black leggings and red platform pumps. The mom to son Max, 7, and daughter Summer Rain, who she welcomed in August, has never looked better since debuting her post baby bod. The new hair is such an improvement over this: We still wish she would take it down a few notches with all that makeup -- the 34-year-old is such a beauty, she doesn't need all the face paint! Aguilera has been »
- tooFab Staff
Chicago – The number of writers who have adapted and directed their own novels as films is a very small and elite club, and it includes writer/director Allison Burnett. His 2014 film, “Ask Me Anything,” is being released on DVD on March 3rd, 2015, and features Britt Robertson, Justin Long, Christian Slater and Martin Sheen.
“Ask Me Anything” was adapted by Burnett from his 2009 novel “Undiscovered Gyrl,” and is a gritty and multi-layered story of a girl blogger whose truth telling gets in the way of her expectations. Up-and-coming actress Britt Robertson portrays Katie Kampenfelt, taking a sabbatical between high school and college. Along the way, she can’t help being attracted to older men, including characters portrayed by Justin Long, Christian Slater and the always virtuous Martin Sheen. “Ask Me Anything” is a modern and incendiary love story, if loving yourself becomes necessary for survival.
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UK music festival Creamfields has never been one to skimp on their lineup, and 2015 looks to be no different. Taking place at Daresbury Estate on August 28-30, the event boasts over 100 acts across multiple stages hosted by the likes of Armada, Revealed, Size and more.
With names like Above & Beyond, Avicii, Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Martin Garrix and more all set to headline, rest assured that this year’s Creamfields is going to be absolutely massive. Tickets for the fest go on sale this Friday at 10am over on the official website, and they will most definitely sell out.
Check out the full lineup below and let us know what you think. Will you be attending this year? Sound off below!
Friday 28th August
Rebel Sound Arena
Rebel Sound w/ Chase & Status, David Rodigan and Shy FX
Sigma ft. Justyce
Dimension B2B »
- Matt Joseph
Call the Midwife was down from last year's launch but still topped the ratings on Sunday, overnight data reveals.
The BBC One period drama attracted an average audience of 8.31 million viewers (32.8%) at 8pm, down from last year's overnight score of 9.61m and 2013's 9.32m.
Earlier, Countryfile appealed to 7.01m (32.3%) at 6.30pm, followed by Still Open All Hours with 7.12m (30.4%) at 7.30pm. Last Tango in Halifax continued with 6.24m (25.5%) at 9pm, while Match of the Day 2 scored 2.74m (21.7%) at 10.35pm.
BBC Two's Snooker Masters final was seen by 1.88m (7.9%) at 7pm, followed by repeats of Britain's Flying Past with 962,000 (3.9%) at 9pm and Qi with 965k (5.3%) at 10pm.
On ITV, Get Your Act Together opened with 2.57m (11.5%) at 6.45pm (156k/0.6% on +1), while the final ever Foyle's War gathered 3.54m (14.2%) at 9pm (490k/2.4%).
With all things fantasy in movies, TV and gaming having reached an all-time high in recent years, it’s little wonder that Disney is hoping to step in on the action. When the news arrived last year that the studio were spearheading a remake of their seminal children’s classic, Pete’s Dragon, moviegoers weren’t quite sure what to make of it. In spite of the mixed responses, the burgeoning list of names added to its call sheet have been enough to raise interest in the movie.
After its two pint-sized leads Oona Laurence and Oakes Fegley signed on, Robert Redford’s name was thrown into the mix followed shortly after by Bryce Dallas Howard. While their involvement lent the film some significant clout – along with Ain’t Them Bodies Saints director David Lowery at the helm – development has quietened down, until today that is.
Now, The Wrap reports »
- Gem Seddon
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