Jedward have tweeted their best wishes after hearing Simon Cowell has broken his back in an horrific bicycle accident. Cowell, who only recently stepped down from the helm of Syco Music, in order to focus on his TV shows, came a cropper while he was allegedly testing his new electric bicycle in the yard of his family‘s home, in Malibu, California.
If you’ve missed the recent drama over Jedward’s debut single, ‘Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)’, then we’ll quickly bring you up to speed. Last Friday Jedward were made aware that their debut single had been removed from Spotify and all other streaming media, and not only that, the music video, along with its more than 6 million views, had also disappeared. The single, which had been their only release under the Sony label back in 2010, just happened to vanish at the same time as Simon Cowell stepped down from Syco Music. Coincidence? Well Jedward certainly don’t think so!
Father and Son duo Jack and Tim stole the nations heart when they performed their uplifting original song on Britain’s Got Talent last year, and it was this performance that compelled Simon to press the infamous Golden Buzzer and catapult this pair straight to the quarter finals. After much public demand, Jack and Tim have now decided to release their BGT wonder track ‘The Lucky Ones’.
The first hip hop artist to top the Billboard charts, with his 1990 single, ‘Ice Ice Baby’, Vanilla Ice, real name Robert Van Winkle, is credited with helping to diversify hip hop, and introduce it to a more mainstream audience. Lisa had the chance to speak to Vanilla Ice ahead of the first date of the I Love The 90s Tour in the UK, at SSE Arena Wembley.