Welcome to your Thursday fun-filled and informative links post. It’s Friday tomorrow and that means only one thing – it’s almost the weekend!
So, have you been preoccupied lately, wondering about who the Grammy nominees are going to be for 2008? Well, Kanye West is perched at the top of the class with eight nominations, and Amy Winehouse, Foo Fighters, Jay Z and Justin Timberlake are close behind. The winner will be announced at the ceremony in LA on Feb 10th.
NOTOFU “is a new online magazine covering the best in independent film and music.” And Sam writes for it – check out his American Gangster review here!
The British Comedy Awards 2007 were as controversy filled as ever. But were right to award Simon Amstell and Never Mind The Buzzcocks two awards… the man’s hilarious!
PopSugar is asking who the sexiest woman on TV ever is / was? Any suggestions?
Fashion on film… a movie is to made by Ridley Scott about the Gucci dynasty.
The Sugababes’ new single Change is available on a USB stick… surely it’s easier to just download it? Anyway, PopJustice are offering you the chance to win one!
Want to see a Japanese, violin playing robot? Well here’s your chance…
Dinaw Mengestu’s Children of the Revolution won the Guardian First Book Award, an award open to all debut writers regardless of genre.
Here, Ricky Gervais introduces a collection of weird MTV celeb-filled interview clips.
The phenomenal Journey have found their new singer via YouTube!
Homer Simpson’s vocal chords talk to The AV Club.
Is Juno Knocked Up for girls. Slate investigates.
Billboard has this slideshow of the 25 best ever rock posters.