5 Things That Happened This Week You Probably Didn’t Need To Know About

PSY Released Another Song


Korean pop sensation PSY yesterday released the video for his new song Gentleman. PSY famous for the Gangnam Style has already amassed 32 million views on YouTube in just over 24 hours. The song definitely sounds better than Gangnam Style but we’re not expecting it to be anywhere near as big.

Margaret Thatcher Died – One Direction’s Fans Got Confused

Earlier this week Baroness Thatcher passed away and Harry Styles tweeted this:

Harry Styles ThatcherThe tweet was followed by these amazing responses from the 1D army:

Bieber’s in Hot Water Again

Bieber Two Watches

This Friday Justin Bieber visited Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, upon leaving the museum left a message in the guestbook that has sparked outrage.

Justin wrote ‘Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber’.

The message was posted to the museum’s Facebook Page and been greeted with comments like ‘She would’ve been a WHAT? That little idiot is way too full of himself. She’s an important historical figure so show some respect’, and ‘If she was still alive today she’d be 84. I highly doubt she’d be a belieber. He’s such a twat’.

A spokesperson from the museum responded by saying to The BBC, ‘He’s 19. It’s a crazy life he’s living, he didn’t mean bad… and also it’s nice that he made the effort, he didn’t have to come’.

Facebook’s Home Launch Didn’t Go Too Well

Facebook Home

Last week we wrote about Facebook unveiling Home, a new launcher for Android devices aimed at putting people first. Unfortunately for Facebook however 46% of users have rated their app with just 1 star. We’ve tried Facebook Home and it looks brilliant, but it’s just way too in your face and destroys all of the best features of the Android platform.

Facebook Home ReviewsRead more at Mashable.

Paris Brown Resigned

Paris Brown

Britain’s first youth Police and Crime Commissioner Paris Brown this week quit her post following her posts on social networking site Twitter.

Paris’ tweets included [sic] ‘im either really fun, friendly and inclusive when im drunk or im an anti social, racist, sexist, embarrassing arsehole often its the latter’, and ‘Everyone on Made in Chelsea looks like a fucking fag’.

Paris said she was ‘quitting in the interests of the young people of Kent’.

More at The BBC.

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