Cheryl Cole Haircut, Kevin Spacey – What’s Hot and What’s Trending 30 June 2011

30 Jun

Cheryl Cole haircut – in her first sighting since the recent X-Factor troubles Cheryl Cole has revealed a new blonde haircut. It is Cheryl’s 28th birthday tomorrow and she is set to celebrate the event with friends at a £20k party There is some doubt over the colour of the new haircut check out 3am for more details.

Kevin Spacey – Kevin has won critical acclaim for his portrayal of Richard III at the Old Vic. In the Sam Mendes production he plays the part using a metal brace and a walking stick. The play was described as spine-tingling by the Independent’s theatre critic. To get prepared for the demands of the performance Spacey says in the programme notes that he gave up smoking and drinking. To check on details of the performances and to book online see the Old Vic site.

The Apprentice – currently in the 7th series of the programme it is a very popular discussion point in workplaces up and down the land. The winner can expect to receive £250k from Lord Sugar to get their business idea off the ground. This is a departure from earlier series where the winner ended up with a job working for Lord Sugar as their prize. For full details of the latest series together with videos and links to full episodes on BBC iPlayer see the official Apprentice site.

Mumford & Sons – the British folk rockers are due to play Hyde Park tonight with their performance scheduled for 7pm. They have said that they still suffer from stage fright on occasion and sometimes forget their words and have panic attacks. Here’s hoping all is well with tonight’s performance. Check out their music with the audio on their MySpace site.

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One response to “Cheryl Cole Haircut, Kevin Spacey – What’s Hot and What’s Trending 30 June 2011

  1. calminthechaotic

    June 30, 2011 at 5:01 pm

    I’m a huge fan of both The Apprentice and Mumford & Sons. Their music is incredible and their lyrics profound. I recently wrote a post on ‘Sigh No More’ – and it really made me think. You’re welcome to read the post here if you’re interested:

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