The Script have hit the no.1 spot on the UK chart show with their song ‘Hall of Fame‘.
The song is in a collaboration with will.i.am and have beat rumored no.1 winner Amelia Lily this week.
This is the band’s first UK no.1.
The Voice judge Danny O’Donoghue has reviled that he would love to write music for Jessie J.
Jessie was saying that lyrically on her next album she wants to articulate the break-up she went through, so I was like, ‘Come to me. No-one can write love songs like me!’” the 31-year-old said.
‘I would love to write with her – her voice is incredible. She has the whole world in her hands.’
Danny also talked about how he loved working with other judge will.i.am on the hit song Hall of Fame:
”It was awesome. I’ve been a fan of his and The Black Eyed Peas for over ten years,” he said.
“When I got The Voice I was really excited about befriending him. He’s all about the music, like me, and not pretentious. He loves our band too, so that’s really cool.
‘The collaboration with will.i.am has opened up a lot of doors for us. Tinie [Tempah] has been down to the studio; we just haven’t come up with the right song yet.”
At the start of the live shows it was Will.i.am but now its turned to Danny O’Donoghue.
Danny has admitted that he cant take his eyes off the shows host Holly Willoughby’s Boobs!
enviable figure, he said: ‘They’re amazing. The last show we did [get distracted]. There were a few times for me and Tom.
We were like “no, that’s not a contestant, it’s just… we want you on both our teams”.’
She always looks stunning on every show shes on.
She has talked about her asets and said:
‘I’m a 34D/DD and no, I’d never have a boob job.’ Last week, The Voice was trounced in the ratings by ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent.
Most men of the views of the show just cant take their eyes off the presenter.
Paloma Faith ‘We had never met before’: The Voice mentor Paloma Faith slams BBC for claiming She Was ‘Friends’ With Danny O’Donoghue
On The Voice UK we saw that Danny O’Donoghue had Paloma Faith as his assistant on the show and the BBC calimed taht they where good friends but now Paloma has said that they have never meet before.
The New York star, 26, complained the Beeb edited out a lot of her comments when it came to the broadcast three weeks ago.
She told the Evening Standard:
‘They said we were friends but we had never met before.
‘[The opportunity] came through them contacting my people, who said, “Do you want to do it?” And I said, “Yeah, but can I say what I really feel?”
‘But they just edited it out. I think I was maybe a bit too realistic.
‘I was doing a lot of talking about how you shouldn’t really worry about this and I don’t really believe in competing in art because it’s subjective, so some people think you’re amazing but some people won’t – all that kind of normal human stuff that they don’t promote on that show.’
Does it really matter that she has never meet him.
Really dont know what the problem is ok you never meet him before doesn’t mean you cant be friends.
Its the talent show that searches for a new singing star but it seems there has already been one winner of The Voice: record label Universal, which stands to make huge sums at licence fee-payers’ expense.
Three of the shows ‘coaches’ are signed to Universal, and have seen album sales rocket as a result of the exposure on primetime TV.
The company is said to make millions and whoever wins the show, get £100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.
But the losers don’t miss out as they will be signed to Universal-owned management firm Twenty First Artists.
Yesterday a MP attacked the BBC for spending £22million of licence fee-payers money to secure the rights to The Voice, which he described as nothing more than an ‘expensive advert’ for Universal.
Philip Davies MP Said:
‘The BBC has paid a fortune for The Voice. This now looks to be a very expensive advert for the record company which not only gets a heavily promoted winner but also a boost for its existing artists on the show.
‘The BBC also appears to be using this format as a spoiler to sabotage ITV’s success with Britain’s Got Talent. On both of these counts I don’t think this is what the BBC should be doing.’
The ‘coaches’ of the show are Jessie J, Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am and Danny O’Donoghue who play are good at their job on the show.
It is estimated the coaches are seen on screen for two-thirds of each 75-minute audition episode – the equivalent time in advertising on ITV would cost £5.9million.
His musical carer might have been going for six decades but Tom Jones has said that The Voice is the hardest thing he has ever done!
The singer admitted that sending young hopefuls home makes him cry.
He was speeking thee The Sun TV magazine Buzz and he said:
‘This is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. You have to critique people, which I’ve never done. I have to make a decision about somebody’s future and it’s really got to me.
‘I’d seen people on other talent shows get upset and thought: ‘That’s just TV.’ But here I am, watching our singers and I end up going: ‘Oh s***,’ and trying to keep it together.’
‘God, it is very intense and emotional. And you do cry. You are holding their future in your hands. You’re told to drag it out a bit for dramatic effect, ‘And my choice iiiiis…’ but I felt terrible.’
The Voice started in the UK last week and on the first show it racked in 9.8 million viewers, while just 6.56 million watched the first episode of Britain’s Got Talent.