Well, she’s partying with them at the exclusive "I’ve got more than five songs in the UK top ten from the same album" club!
Laserlight - Jesse J’s smash collaboration with David Guetta - hit No. 5 in the UK charts this week, making her the first British female EVER to have six top ten singles off of one album (Who You Are).
AND she is one of only five other musical acts to achieve the feat, the others being - Take That, Katy Perry, and Michael Jackson.
Fabulous! She kicks SO MUCH music a**, and we LOVE her as a judge on The Voice, UK.
You laserlight straight through our hearts, Jessie!
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We can't believe it's almost over!
We're getting closer and closer to the end of X Factor UK.
The competition was tough last night, but Misha B is still our fave.
She flawlessly sang Pink's F-cking Perfect and Dancing in the Streets.
And despite what judge Gary Barlow says about Misha not having a chance to win the competition, we still think she can pull it off.
Watch her performance (above) and more AFTER THE JUMP and tell us what U think! Will Misha B make it to the very end??
Unfortunately, it looks like a yes.
The Take That singer revealed that he will most likely NOT be returning to X Factor next year so that he can spend more time with his family.
After just one year on the hit UK show, it seems like Gary Barlow's departure will be yet another blow to the series this year.
While out at the Children In Need Rocks event that he organized, Gary hinted:
"I’m taking some time off next year to remind myself who my children are and what their names are.
Next year doesn’t even feel like it’s approaching. We’re in a bubble down there. It’s been good to leave London. We get tied up with our own importance."
We'll be sad to see him go, but we understand his decision.
We think we have a good idea for his replacement though…. PEREZ!!
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“U2 and five handsome, strapping men from Stoke and Manchester. I'm not afraid to admit it, they made me ask the question 'Am I gay?'"
- Coldplay's Chris Martin on his teenage love affair with the boys of Take That
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Despite Robbie Williams' departure (again), the English boy band is moving forward.
Take That has been under speculation of an inevitable end with the second exit of Robbie, but their rep confirms they're all simply taking a break.
After doing so many live shows with Robbie aboard, we bet their energy is low! Time to reboot…
On Robbie's leaving, Gary Barlow says:
THIS. LOOKS. EPIC!
Check out a preview of what to expect from Take That's Progress Live Stadium Tour DVD, which the recently-reunited group took to over 1.8 million people and 29 stadiums around the United Kingdom and Ireland, and is set to be released on November 21st (above)!
The scope of this whole thing is UNBELIEVABLE!
And of course, we're just thrilled to see Robbie back with the gang - and singing some of his solo stuff, for good measure!
Gah! We want this NOW!
Let's just make sure it stays like that. We don't want this turning into another 15 year break.
With their latest tour completed and the boys having families and solo careers to get back to, Take That is preparing to go on a bit of a hiatus from the band. Sources tell us that unlike before, this is a mutual decision between all the guys in the band and is not hindered on Robbie Williams desire to go back to his solo career. An insider explains: