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Your dream came true: S Club 7 will reunite for charity performance


The club is BACK.

In music news that will delight millennials both across the pond and stateside, the late ’90s-early ’00s British band S Club 7—which has not performed as a group in over 10 years—is reuniting for a benefit performance. They’ll get together again for BBC Children in Need on the organization’s November 14 Appeal Night, according to the BBC and several band members on Twitter.

Two of the group’s past tracks were specifically designated the official singles for the charity: 2000’s “Never Had a Dream Come True” (their #2 best song, according to EW) and 2001’s “Have You Ever.” READ FULL STORY

New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees, and Boyz II Men touring together this summer: 'Ladies, we're coming for you'


NKOTBSB was only the beginning.

New Men Kids on the Block Jordan, Jonathan, Joey, Donnie, and Danny revealed on The View today that they’ll release a new album, 10, this April. The boys also announced that they’re planning a national tour this summer with a few very special guests — newly reunited boy band 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men, the R&B group single-handedly responsible for 87 percent of babies born in 1995. They’re calling the event “The Package Tour,” because “NKOTB98DB2M” would look weird on a t-shirt. Here’s an actual quote from the press release:

“Ladies, we’re coming for you,” said NKOTB member Donnie Wahlberg. “This is going to be the craziest year yet — the single, the album, the tour with 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men … We can’t wait to give fans ‘The Package!’”


Six things we learned from GQ's Frank Ocean interview

Image credit: Peggy Sirota / GQ

2012’s been a busy year for Frank Ocean. The R&B singer released Channel Orange, a game-changing record that debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200. He played high-profile gigs at the MTV Video Music Awards and Saturday Night Live. He opened up about a failed romance with a man on his Tumblr.

Now the Odd Future affiliate, who was born Lonny Breaux, has spoken to GQ about his humble upbringing in New Orleans, his rapid ascent to stardom, and the post that could have potentially derailed his career. Here’s what we learned:


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