Have you seen Bad Robots? Seriously, if you haven´t, watch it NOW: Bad Robots.
Bad Robots is certainly one of the funniest prank shows I have seen so far.
Quiz machines purposely misunderstanding people´s answers, parking ticket machines moving back when you try to grab the ticket and don´t forget about the eye test making you say really awkward things.
Well done, E4, well done.
We look forward to the next episode – Tuesday, 10PM.
Watch the trailer here:
Reebok has launched a new concept store aka FitHub at King’s Road, London this Thursday. The exclusive launch party was a ball and actually quite a bit of a celeb gathering (and the free cocktails were amazing, just saying)!
Lauren Goodger and Richard Callender
Hugo Taylor and Vanessa Labort
Vanessa Labort and JB Gill
Apart from the amazing colours of the new clothing range, Reebok’s idea is actually a really great way of giving something back to the community. Free fitness classes are provided at the store, which means that fitness is more accessible to everyone. We like that – now get working out!
The official launch of the store is tomorrow, 11am-7pm, so get down to King’s Road if you’re in London.
Conchita Wurst wins Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen (Source: AOL.com)
Conchita Wurst did not only win our hearts at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest 2014, she also set a much needed political statement of equality, love and respect.
All the petitions running against Austria’s candidate of choice could not change the European feeling of unity when the winner was announced. Not only Austria celebrated, but everyone who has the same ideals at heart: equality, love and respect for everyone.
Conchita Wurst representing Austria celebrates after winning the grand final of the 59th Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen (Source: Reuters)
“The Danish organizers had declared tolerance a main theme for this year’s event, and the rainbow-coloured flag symbolising gay pride has been flying in many places in Copenhagen during the past week.” – Reuters
Conchita Wurst as a Symbol of the LGBT Community (Source: derstandard.at)
This was a big step for the LGBT community, so let’s go from there and show each other some love and respect.
Conchita Wurst, Austria
Austria’s Conchita Wurst made it to the final. There’s no doubt that she has a great voice. We’ll keep our fingers crossed for the bearded lady!
WATCH OUT – this blog contains imagery that could potentially turn you gay.
Right. I know the name is weird, Conchita Wurst (translated Conchita Sausage) and the looks are quite unique, but just leave Conchita alone! No, we’re not talking about Britney.
Anti-gay Russia has been raging about the Austrian contestant at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 and they’re not the only ones. The main concerns of people are their children. Children shouldn’t be exposed to a “guy dressing like a woman” because it’s abnormal. Well, I’m wearing jeans all day and no one’s called me a guy yet, so why can’t this fella wear a dress if he wants? Anyway, Austria, the fairly conservative country, is hereby showing their support for the LGBT community, it might be humour, or maybe even just a fair vote for the right candidate with a good voice, no matter what the looks are.
Here’s a little comic that is very true, watch out – it contains SHOCKING imagery.
True, as this comic shows, ALL spectators will turn into transgendered people or cross-dressers. Too late now, you’ve seen it. Sorry!
Please let us know if you suddenly feel any changes in your sexual preference. We dearly apologise if it affected you. Actually, never mind – if that’s the case, you’ve been a closet all along.