London: Late Pop legend Michael Jackson has topped a poll of the greatest dance moments ever captured on film. It was done by Disney Channel.
The King of Pop’s creepy routine in the horror-themed promo for his 1984 track “Thriller” topped the list, while “We’re All In This Together”, a song and dance routine from 2006 American television film High School Musical, came second.
Third place went to dancer Tobias Mead’s jaw-dropping audition for “Britain’s Got Talent” last year, and Jackson’s iconic “Smooth Criminal” routine came fourth.
Jackson was also named the King of Dance, ahead of boy band JLS, “High School Musical” actor Zac Efron, and singer-turned-actor Justin Timberlake. (IANS)
Selena Gomez to launch her first fragrance
London: Following on the footsteps of her boyfriend Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez is also entering the fragrance market by launching her own perfume.
The 18-year-old says she has been working on her fragrance for over a year now and is really excited about its launch next year, reported Daily Star.
“I’ve been working on my fragrance for almost a year now. I’m excited, (because) it’s something I’m interested in… I’m already doing the whole process of smelling things and designing it and the campaign and everything, so it’ll be fun,” Gomez said. Bieber recently released a scent for women called ‘Someday’ which racked up more than 1.88 million pounds in sales in its first month of release Gomez is teaming up with adventure-themed lifestyle brand ‘Adrenalina’ to create her currently untitled product. (PTI)
‘Girls Aloud’ to reunite for gig: Nadine Coyle
London: British pop group ‘Girls Aloud’ is set to reunite for its tenth anniversary next year, says band member Nadine Coyle.
The band, which went on a hiatus in 2009 to allow its members to focus on their individual projects, was hounded with split rumours after Cheryl Cole’s solo career shot to limelight.
But the band are in talks to get back together in 2012 to mark a decade.
“We always discuss doing a 10-year reunion thing. So that’s going to be next year. We’re definitely going to do something. But it’s a whole huge production. ‘Girls Aloud’ is not just us five, there’s, like, us five plus a ridiculous team of 50 who travel with us, it’s amazing,” said Nadine.
The band’s manager Hilary Shaw adds, “Everybody wants them to make a comeback and it will be next year. Well, it is their tenth anniversary so there will be something. (PTI)