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Ailbhe Malone gets some hair in­spo from Demi Le­vato

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Track of the week: Wrong Club by The Ting Tings Well well well, look who’s back. It’s The Ting Tings! And they’ve found their groove again, af­ter their last record – the off-kil­ter and con­fus­ing Sounds from Nowhere­seville. Wrong Club is a 1970s throw­back jam, where a Nile Rodgers-es­que bassline meets a wist­ful dance­floor vo­cal. Lyri­cally, it’s about feel­ing mis­placed, but also about danc­ing to a rub­bish song, which we can all re­late to.

5 Sec­onds of Summer have praised their fans, tak­ing to Twit­ter and typ­ing, pre­sum­ably en masse, from their of­fi­cial ac­count that “this has been one of the big­gest weeks of our lives. Thank you to any­one who has the al­bum. I re­ally do hope you love it. You guys mean so much to us. We’d still be prac­tic­ing [sic] in Ash­ton’s garage if it wasn’t for you.”

Ch­eryl Cole has been mus­ing on moth­er­hood to the Sun­day Times. She ex­plained that she might “pos­si­bly” have kids. “Pos­si­bly. Only ‘pos­si­bly.’ Be­cause I went through a real phase, just re­cently, of ‘like: maybe it’s not for me’. Be­cause you just as­sume it’s a nat­u­ral part of your life. I’ve got one friend who doesn’t want them; out of all my friends, only one. But I know she doesn’t want them and I know she’ll never have them. She’s not ma­ter­nal. And so I started ques­tion­ing.” She went on: “If it hap­pens – don’t get us wrong – it hap­pens. But who knows? We’ll see.” In “Stars, they’re just like us” news,

Demi Lo­vato gets her hair in­spo from Pin­ter­est. She told E!: “I was kind of bored of the colours that I’ve had and I wanted some­thing that wasn’t as, like, out there as hot pink. So I changed it. I love laven­der and I thought sil­ver could be re­ally cool, too. I love go­ing on Pin­ter­est and look­ing at dif­fer­ent hair colours. When­ever I see like a cool colour, I sit with it for a lit­tle bit, and if it’s re­ally, re­ally good, then I’ll get it.”

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