Caroline Frost

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Eurovision Song Contest: How Political IS It, And Does It Matter? Blue Say It Went Against Them

(0) Comments | Posted 22 May 2015 | (14:36)

Blue are the latest pundits to express their concern at the amount of politics that always threaten to govern the Eurovision Song Contest.

The band represented the UK in 2011 and would have come fifth if it had been determined by public vote but, because...

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Eurovision Song Contest Final: From Shakira To Adele, Spot The Soundalikes, Plus Who's The Winner?

(0) Comments | Posted 22 May 2015 | (11:35)

Bang the drums, switch on that wind machine, swirl those cloaks - the Eurovision Song Contest final 2015 has (almost) arrived and, following the delights and disasters of this week's semi-finals, we're down to the elite few who must be good, because they've made it all the way...

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Eurovision Song Contest: How Gay IS It, And Does It Matter?

(14) Comments | Posted 21 May 2015 | (13:28)

The Eurovision Song Contest may be billed as fun for all the family, but there’s a big pulsating gay message at its heart – for those who want it, according to one highly enthusiastic academic.

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'Tomorrowland: A World Beyond' Producers Reveal How They Persuaded George Clooney To Star In A Disney Film

(0) Comments | Posted 21 May 2015 | (12:10)

'Tomorrowland: A World Beyond' producers kept describing the proposed lead character in their brand new Disney film as ‘Clooney-esque’, without dreaming for a minute they’d actually get the A-list star to be in it. Fortunately for them, it was all about timing.

Writer Damon Lindelof...

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'Tomorrowland: A World Beyond' Director Brad Bird Reveals What Made Apple Boss Steve Jobs Such A Unique Visionary

(0) Comments | Posted 21 May 2015 | (11:44)

Brad Bird, director of Disney time travel epic ‘Tomorrowland: A World Beyond’, has revealed has revealed what he thinks set his former colleague Steve Jobs apart from even the smartest of his peers.

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EXCLUSIVE: 450 Classic British Films Being Brought To A Brand New Audience

(0) Comments | Posted 21 May 2015 | (11:14)

More than 450 classic British films - some of which have never been home released before - will be made available for a brand new audience as part of 'The British Film' range from Network Distributing.

Some of these films are full of familiar faces including Michael Caine, Roger Moore,...

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'We Are Many' Film Review - Damon Albarn, Brian Eno, Mark Rylance Among Contributors In Look At Events Leading To And From Stop The War March 2003

(0) Comments | Posted 20 May 2015 | (14:40)


It took director Amir Amirani eight years and two re-mortgages to bring this to the screen, and it shows. 'We Are Many' is an incredibly ambitious film, charting the journey to and beyond the biggest global protest in history - the March against the war in...

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Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden Frontman, Given All-Clear From Cancer

(1) Comments | Posted 19 May 2015 | (19:02)

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has some good news for his fans - he's revealed that he's been given the all-clear from cancer.

The veteran rocker had been diagnosed with tongue cancer after a check-up in December last year, and undertaken a course of chemo-...

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Big Festivals Struggling To Find Exclusive Acts, Says Henley Festival Patron Harvey Goldsmith

(0) Comments | Posted 19 May 2015 | (17:23)

Music promoter extraordinaire Harvey Goldsmith believes the bigger music festivals are nearly at breaking point, while smaller, more specialised ones continue to prosper.

“It’s partly the price, which is prohibitive for many families, but also because we’re not getting enough new acts,” he explains to HuffPostUK, from...

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Will Young Interview: First Pop Idol Winner Has One Question For Pop Mogul Simon Cowell, On Eve Of First Album In Four Years

(2) Comments | Posted 19 May 2015 | (11:51)

Will Young says that he has one simple question for Simon Cowell, the man behind Will's first big breakthrough.

Will, who was the first winner of Simon’s TV talent show ‘Pop Idol’, tells HuffPostUK: “It would be like speaking to a devout Catholic...

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Eurovision Winners: From Abba And Celine Dion To Conchita Wurst - The Most Remarkable Champs Ever

(5) Comments | Posted 18 May 2015 | (17:36)

The Eurovision Song Contest is upon us once more, with its motley crew of participants from around 'Europe' making their annual offering of synth-folk, punk-pop and chest-thumping balladry to warm our island hearts.

But lest ye scoff at the actual music punctuating the spectacle, it seems only...

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June Brown Acting On 'EastEnders' Through Failing Sight: 10 Other Stars Working Through Major Health Challenges

(0) Comments | Posted 18 May 2015 | (13:43)

The news that 'EastEnders' veteran June Brown is continuing to work full-time despite battling failing eye sight has come as a shock to her fans.

The 88-year-old actress, who has played Dot Cotton for three decades on the BBC soap, has also admitted she has to continue...

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Tina Fey Turns 45: We Say Happy Birthday To '30 Rock' Star With 10 Of Her Finest Moments!

(0) Comments | Posted 18 May 2015 | (11:55)

Tina Fey hits 45 today, which gives us an excuse to celebrate a woman at the peak of her career - funny, creative, popular and tireless, and someone who takes no prisoners when it comes to dishing out some shade.

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Ian Curtis Died 35 Years Ago Today: Joy Division Mark 35th Anniversary Of 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' With Vinyl Re-Release

(12) Comments | Posted 18 May 2015 | (10:29)

It was 35 years ago today that Ian Curtis, mesmerising but troubled frontman of Joy Division, devastated his fans by taking his own life.

Ian had already made his name beyond the clublands of Manchester, with his distinctive dancing, baritone voice and lyrics full of despair, emptiness...

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Paul Hardcastle Re-Releases '19' On 30th Anniversary, To Raise Money For Victims Of PTSD

(0) Comments | Posted 15 May 2015 | (14:06)

Paul Hardcastle thinks it’s a shame that his hit song ‘19’ is still relevant, thirty years after it reached the top of the charts.

The songwriter and producer is re-releasing his iconic song to raise money for victims of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and tells...

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James Corden Was Always Going To Be Perfect In The Late, Late Show, Says 'Into The Woods' Director Rob Marshall

(3) Comments | Posted 15 May 2015 | (13:12)

James Corden was always going to be great in his 'Late, Late Show' hosting role, according to his director in ‘Into the Woods’, Rob Marshall.

Rob, who previously directed the Oscar-winning ‘Chicago’, tells HuffPostUK:

“He’s perfect, brilliant on his feet....

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'Mad Max: Fury Road' Review - Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron In Punk-Tastic, Jaw-Dropping, Mind-Bogglingly Enjoyable Reboot

(1) Comments | Posted 14 May 2015 | (12:58)


Mad Max is a road movie, a ‘Fury Road’ movie. They all chase each other up a dusty track in the desert. And then they all go back the other way. And that’s it. So why is it such a punk-tastic, jaw-dropping, mind-bogglingly enjoyable...

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Mitch Winehouse Says He Feared For His Life After Watching Documentary 'Amy - The Girl Behind The Name'

(1) Comments | Posted 14 May 2015 | (12:11)

Mitch Winehouse has revealed he feared his life would be in danger after he watched the first cut of the documentary 'Amy - The Girl Behind The Lens' about his daughter's life.

Mitch, who is dismayed at how his relationship with Amy Winehouse is presented...

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Luke Perry, Star Of 'The Beat Beneath My Feet', Reveals His Best British Friend Is... Ronald Pickup???!!!

(0) Comments | Posted 12 May 2015 | (16:33)

Luke Perry, best known in this country for his turn in 'Beverly Hills 90210' is full of surprises, and the biggest one of all is when he tells me the name of his British best pal.

If asked to come up with examples of great, enduring friendships...

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EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: BBC Host Graham Norton Complains Australian Entry Makes For Too Many Songs - Is He Right?

(7) Comments | Posted 12 May 2015 | (14:02)

Graham Norton has caused a few ripples in the Eurovision Song Contest community with his complaint about this year's inclusion of Australia to the competition, as a one-off to celebrate its 60th anniversary.

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