Tuesday Pop Shots
Prydz goes criminal, Keane get homely, Lily's in lurve and Jason's gone loopdi-loo...
Not content with giving us a whole new perspective on gymnastics with his last video 'Call on Me,' Swedish dance guru Eric Prydz has gone a step further with his new promo 'Proper Education.'
The track, a remix of Pink Floyd's classic 'The Wall,' features a heady dose of criminal behaviour, shocking stunts and, of course, the obligatory sex scene. Sounds like James Bond with a dance soundtrack, eh?
Not quite the kids, ASBO candidates every one, are breaking into local homes, and going straight after the TV ... then they turn that sucker off!
The lightbulbs are next, though this time they nab 'em and stick in some brand new energy efficient glowsticks (well, lightbulbs,) and then they put bricks down the toilets because well, we'll leave that one for now, it's probably best not to know why they do that.
The video also, of course, features the first and only fully approved Pink Floyd remix " and one listen makes it clear enough why Gilmour and the lads from the Floyd let this one drop. It's a cracker!
On the subject of crackers, it might be worth watching out for Keane Crackers this Christmas as the band from Battle have released a whole line of domestic merchandise.
As unbelievable as it sounds, you can now have Chaplin and the lads watching over you as you shower, or perhaps you'd rather put your tea on a Keane Coaster. And it doesn't end there, Chaplin told The Mirror that he's looking for more homely goods to brand.
So be on the look out for Keane who'll be reissuing their debut album as Soap and Chairs this Christmas.
In other news, I'm a Celebrity loopster Jason Donovan has put his 1,000,000 Oxfordshire pad up for sale.
His team said he wanted to live closer to London, which is probably for the best, we've seen what the wilderness can do to him.
And to finish on a brighter note, we're pleased to report that Lily Allen's love life has been touched by the impending season of good will, as she's made up with former love Seb Chew - though she puts it down to her latest single 'Littlest Things.'
She told The Mirror that he must have heard the song and "realised how special I am and welcomed me back with open arms."
It is the Littlest Things that make us Smile Lilly Luved up!