Showing posts with label One Direction. Show all posts
Showing posts with label One Direction. Show all posts

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Justin Biever this time could not stand agaist the five, One Direction

The Smile, May be with hidden pain

Justin Bieber got defeated in the vote race with other five like him, One Direction team. Though he has a rabid pack of fans, but One Direction has at least one million more fans willing to vote for them. The boy band picked up three awards at the MTV VMAs including “Most Shareworthy Video” and “Best Pop Video.”

The “Most Shareworthy Video” category was a fan voted award, and, according to MTV officials, One Direction beat the junk out of Bieber with a gap of more than 1.5 million votes.

Bieber’s video for his new single “Boyfriend” simply couldn’t stand up to One Direction and their uber-hit “What Makes You Beautiful,” which racked up more than 28 MILLION votes.

Not surprising was the band’s win for “Best Pop Video” for the same song, an award presented to the boys of One Direction by none other than pop superstar Katy Perry. You might recall that it was Perry who voted ‘yes’ to One Direction singer Niall Horan when he appeared on the British version of X Factor.

Finishing off their phenomenal awards run, the boys of One Direction claimed their third moonman for “Best New Artist.”
Bieber with One Direction


Only One Direction
 

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Closing Ceremony of London Olympic 12: Spice Girls and many more rocks


The Closing Ceremony of London Olympic 2012
The closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics brings the British pomp and grandure ending with rocking performance of English pop and rock super stars and a show-stoppers. Among them the most dashing is the the beloved Spice Girls.

In contrast to director Danny Boyle’s divisive opening ceremony, which featured performances from Paul McCartney, rapper Dizzee Rascal and rockers the Arctic Monkeys, the closing event had the vibe of Britain’s famed and diverse music festivals, and featured performances by 1980s pop mainstays Madness and the Pet Shop Boys, George Michael, modern rockers The Kaiser Chiefs, singer Annie Lennox and many more.

In addition to the aforementioned artists, London 2012′s closing ceremony also featured comic Eric Idle performing “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life,” which was originally featured in the 1979 film “Monty Python’s Life of Brian.” The track is a popular sing-along in the United Kingdom.

Many more acts turned up to perform at the stunning closing event, including One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Russell Brand, Fatboy Slim, Jessie J, Tinie Tempah, Taio Cruz, Liam Gallagher and Beady Eye, Take That, Muse, Bryan May, The Kinks’ Ray Davies, The Who, performing hits “Baba O’Riley”, “See Me, Feel Me”, and “My Generation.”

Kate Middleton with Harry enjoying the ceremony



Victoria Beckham performing