2015 is the year that many in London may bid a fond farewell to the capital’s night buses as Transport for London introduces 24 hour weekend services on Night Tube lines from 12 September 2015.
Being on a night bus you can experience many things, but of course one thing it isn’t is dull.
And next year all the action on some of London’s night buses will be captured on camera as Channel 4 has commissioned a three part documentary series on the night bus.
We suspect we know who you think should have won X Factor this year.
And we suspect you know who we think should have won X Factor this year too.
Regardless of final places, we’re sure Fleur East will have a very successful recording carrier.
Fleur’s performance of “Uptown Funk” single-handedly rescued an otherwise moribund and very lazily produced series and is up there with Alexandra Burke’s duet with Beyoncé as one of the X Factor’s greatest moments.
The good news is that Fleur will be performing at G-A-Y at Heaven on Saturday 10 January.
As always, discounted entry wrist bands are available from G-A-Y Bar on Old Compton Street the day.
In the meantime, we’ll carry on watching Fleur’s performance of “Uptown Funk” on YouTube all day…
The models of “Les Dieux Du Stade 2015″ and photographer Fred Goudon attended a party to celebrate the launch of the 2015 calendar and its 15th anniversary in Paris France on Sunday 14 December.
Here are some images with a quick glimpse of how the models appear in the calendar.
Rugby players Sylvain Nicolas, Julien Dupuy, Pascal Pape, Hugo Bonneval, handball player William Accambray and Stade de France Australian rugby player Digby Loane.
Well this is a nice Christmas surprise!
Kylie Minogue covered Dolly Parton with Jake Shears at “A Dolly Good Christmas”, The Chandelier Creative Christmas Party at Cedar Lake in New York this weekend. Kylie is a client of the agency which worked on Kylie’s “Kiss Me Once” tour.
Here are some pictures with video clips from Instagram and YouTube below as well. Tracks performed include “Baby I’m Burning”, “Islands In The Stream” (full recording below) and “Nine To Five”. Also performing on the night were Rufus Wainwright and The Stingers.
We can’t fail to notice what an amazing time Kylie is having (who after 25 years in the industry has absolutely nothing to prove) seemingly for the pure enjoyment of performing.
Glastonbury 2015 anyone?
We think even the most hardened London residents couldn’t fail to be charmed by the capital at Christmas. For all the frustrations that can come with it, the city puts on an impressive show. Here’s a collection of London’s best squares, streets, ice rinks and department stores at Christmas.
Claridge’s Dolce & Gabbana designed Christmas tree. See more from the launch party here.
The Trafalgar Square Christmas tree which is donated by the City of Oslo to the people of London each year as a token of gratitude for Britain’s support during the Second World War.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have not been the only Brits in New York this week. The Warwick Rowers have moved to New York to continue their US tour after a week in Los Angeles.
As pictured below, the Warwick Rowers held a movie premiere and calendar launch party at 42West and The Out NYC Hotel & Urban Resort on 9 December 2014 in New York City.
Another thing to add to the pre-Christmas to do list!
Some five seven metre high inflatable sculptures by Australian artist Amanda Parer entitled “Intrude” have been installed on London’s Southbank as part of the Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival which runs until 11 January 11 2015.