Boy Bands

'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston is doing the late-night TV shows to spark up interest in his new movie, 'Trumbo', and
In this A-list fatigue, One Direction are just the latest examples of the second paradox of pop, that the more you get of stardom's sweet dream, the less you start to want. Just ask Brian McFadden. Or Brian Wilson. Or the Backstreet Boys. Or The Beatles. It may be strange, but 'twas ever thus. So what can we learn from this? That these four young lads would rather risk future failure on their own than continue as a record-breaking ensemble. That we should probably listen to rumours about bands splitting up, as they invariably come true.
Robbie Williams was one of the founding members of Take That, but he left acrimoniously in 1995 According to the documentary
A teenage boyband member was hospitalised this week after collapsing on board a plane suffering from heat exhaustion. James
Can you believe it's been 10 years since Brian McFadden made the bold decision to leave Westlife and go it alone? After boyish
Liam Payne tweeted that all documentaries are constructed, dramatized bullshit. And I thought, oh my god, I can't believe he's written that a few days before his documentary comes out. But it was constructed bullsh*t, unfortunately.
I interviewed Bastille as they headlined Redfest on how they got their break and what advice they would give to bands trying to make it.
Emotions are varying nationwide this morning as four-piece boy band JLS have announced they are to split up. But whilst we all worry about the future of the band (one to have a successful solo career, two of them to disappear, and one to be a future contestant of Walking Through Traffic or whatever flagship Saturday Night ITV show will occur in 2015), lets look back at the history of JLS.
Crop tops, denim jackets, crap hair: nineties fashion is like so in right now, but what about the crazes which weren't included
This week's 'Big Reunion' showed the strength – AND shortfalls – of girl power, and shared two more of life's harsh lessons