Louisa John­son takes a Tove-Lo turn

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TRACK OF THEWEEK LouisaJohn­son- Best Be­hav­iour We are here for Louis a’ s Tove Lo di­rec­tion. Gone are the X Fac­tor war­ble-bal­lads, and in is a girl who’ s not into mak­ing prom­ises. Best Be­hav­iour sounds like Black­out-era Britney with Louis a shrug­ging “I’ ve got habits to let go/ that’ s what I gotta do” be­fore purring‘ give me your trust and I’ ll try not to break it .” To be sung across the dance floor, hand­bag on the floor, fin­ger pointed at your quarry.

He roof the week is poor old Leigh-Anne Little Mix, who had an ac­ci­dent with her hair tools be­fore goin­gon stage, mean­ing she singed her thighs and had to go on in band ages. A source told the Daily Mail: “Leigh-Anne burnt her legs back­stage on her steam er. She will be fine and is sol­dier­ing on .” Pop Cor­ner, who has had many GHD mishaps, sends its love.

Mean­while, in­ter­est builds for the new Harry Styles track-ti­tled Sign of the Times. And some­one who has al­ready heard it and is will­ing to give a vague opin­ion is Union J’ s Josh Cut hbe rt. He tweeted :“Harry Style s’ s new mu­sic is gonna blow your socks off!! ”Check in with Pop Cor­ner next week for our re­view of the sin­gle.

Zero of the week is El­ton John’ s ad­vice to Ed Sheer an. El­ton told Rolling Stone :“He was so omni present I said ,‘ Ed, even I’m sick of you. Go away. ’And he did. He just went to the Far East with his girl­friend, had a great time, put on a lot of weight, ate food and came back. One thing I said to him when he went ,‘ Don’ t put on weight,’ be­cause he’ s very prone to put on weight like I am. And he came back heavy, but he lost it all for the al­bum. He just went away and had a great time.”

“It was the most bril­liant thing he could have done, be­cause it re­fresh es your soul–not that I ever didit. I’m not one for go­ing to the Far East and walk­ing around with a back pack on; I just find that not my cup of tea.”

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