Posted by Sandra on January 8 2016


It was a meeting of superstar minds, brought together by fashion.
And Chloe Green, Nick Jonas and Dougie Poynter led the celebrity arrivals at the star-studded Topman Design Front Row show during the London Collection: Men A/W16 showcases on Friday.
The trio looked incredibly glamorous in their stylish best for the showcase of the latest line from the high-street favourite, of which Chloe’s father, Philip was formerly chief executive officer.

McFly star Dougie displayed his usual indie style in a vintage leather jacket with a patterned monochrome shirt and straight leg black jeans.
He wore his long blonde locks in a shaggy style which tumbled in a dramatic side parting with some strands flowing over his eyes.


Posted by Sandra on January 8 2016

Ellie talks about her relationship with Dougie on the latest issue of Glamour Magazine in USA. Also I added a new pic from the photoshoot they did together for the magazine to the gallery.

Singer Ellie Goulding is known for her honest, raw lyrics. So it’s no surprise she’s equally upfront about her relationship with Dougie Poynter, 28, bassist in the pop-rock band McBusted. The two are popular tabloid fodder—are they on again? Off again? “I’ve been busy; he’s been busy. We’re apart constantly,” says Goulding, 29. “But we’re great because we accept it’s never going to be perfect.” Now on tour for her third album, Delirium, Goulding opens up about being a musician and dating one.

On going out with someone in the business:
“Dougie and I have such different musical worlds, but he understands when I’ve had a tough rehearsal or tough couple of days traveling. I don’t like to rely on him to get me through everything, though. I’m an independent person—I do like to take care of things myself. It’s important to figure out ways of keeping your own Zen.”

On setting her own boundaries: “I keep a private life, but when I talk, I do it honestly. I don’t want to pretend I’m anything that I’m not. Much to my label’s annoyance, I do my own thing on social media. I take pictures of Dougie. I make fun of false press. It’s important to find a grounded way to deal with all this [fame].”

On her boyfriend’s style: “We dress kind of similar,” admits Goulding. “Dougie’s always like, ‘We can’t both wear this shirt!’ But I like it.”

On their relationship highs and lows: “Relationships have their ups and downs. And sometimes, yeah, I want to be left alone,” says Goulding. “Dougie is respectful of that.”

On the strangest part about their relationship: “People always say we look like brother and sister,” Goulding says. “Even our family members say it. It’s quite weird.”



Posted by Sandra on January 6 2016

I added to the gallery some new pics I got from some McFly photoshoots that I’m pretty sure you all will like as much as i do!



Posted by Sandra on January 6 2016

Dougie is going to be a part of Joshua Kane’s runway for his AW16 collection this friday, he will be one of the models walking the runway! He did the first fitting with him yesterday and for what It looks we are going to be dead on the floor at the same second he appears on the runway.good luck to us! :P

Posted by Sandra on December 26 2015

A popstar is backing a family’s search to find a stem cell donor for their seriously ill 1-year-old.

Harry Judd, of McFly and Strictly Come Dancing fame, is supporting the family of 20-month-old Addenbrooke’s patient Hazel Richardson.

Hazel – known as Hazy – was diagnosed with rare blood cancer juvenile myelomonocytic leukaemia 11 weeks ago and desperately needs treatment.

Doctors at the Cambridge hospital have tested her parents Patrick and Alice and her 3-year-old sister Romy, but none of their stem cells was a match for Hazel.
Mr Richardson said: “As parents you can’t really take it in. You wake up in the morning and the first thought is ‘my daughter has leukaemia’ and it’s hideous.”

They are hoping that a stranger will come forward to donate their bone marrow and save Hazy.

Currently the toddler is being treated through a mixture of blood transfusions and oral chemotherapy, but finding a stem cell donor is the family’s only hope of a long-term cure.

McFly star Harry, who is urging the public to register with blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan, said: “It’s heartbreaking to hear what little Hazy and her family are going through, but there’s something we can all do to help.

“I really urge everyone to go to the Anthony Nolan website, sign up and help her family find a lifesaving donor for this special little girl.”

Hazy’s diagnosis came when Hazy’s mother was 38 weeks pregnant, and she has since given birth to a son, Wilbur.

Mr Richardson said: “The birth of Wilbur has been such a blessing. Hazy dotes on her baby brother – he’s a distraction for us all from the reality of what Hazy is facing.”

Mrs Richardson added: “Our campaign isn’t just about Hazel, it’s for all the children in need of a match; it’s much bigger than just us.

“I would encourage everyone to sign up, it’s a complete no-brainer. You’re saving someone’s life and it doesn’t impact on your own. You may not be a match for anyone ever, but it’s so important to be there, just in case. It’s such a unique thing to save a stranger’s life.”

Visit to join the bone marrow register.


Posted by Sandra on December 26 2015


Drummer who won series in 2011 takes home Silver Star trophy after scoring a perfect 40 in American smooth with partner Joanne Clifton

McFly’s Harry Judd was crowned the winner of the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special on Friday. The 30-year-old drummer competed against contestants from previous series of the show, including model Abbey Clancy, TV presenter Alison Hammond, TV and radio presenter Lisa Snowdon, the people’s Strictly winner Lance Corporal Cassidy Little and Holby City’s Tom Chambers.

Judd and his partner, Joanne Clifton, scored a perfect 40 for their American smooth to Baby, It’s Cold Outside. The judges’ scores were combined with votes from the studio audience to decide who would lift the Silver Star trophy.

The special episode was hosted by the show’s regular presenters, Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman. Sir Bruce Forsyth was due to host, but pulled out for health reasons after undergoing keyhole surgery on an abdominal aortic aneurysm in November.

Judd, who won the show in 2011, said of his Christmas special win: “It’s amazing, thank you so much, everyone. I had the most amazing time and I just want to dedicate this to Joanne, who has been an incredible teacher and an incredible dancer. Thank you and happy Christmas!”

Clifton said she was overwhelmed by the win: “Harry is an absolute natural and performed amazingly on the Christmas special. I want to say a massive thank you to him for being such a great dancer, partner, student and friend – he has made this experience such great fun for me.

“I am glad he can take home the Silver Star trophy and show his baby when it is born in January! I also want to say well done to the other contestants because as a group we put on a fantastic show!”

The show also featured musical performances from Dame Shirley Bassey and vocal group Blake.


Posted by Sandra on September 30 2015

As I told you a few days ago next month a new McBusted dvd will be released, now we have more info about it, it’s going to be a pack that includes both Tourplay and MEAT dvd’s plus some extra footage never seen and an exclusive booklet and you can already pre-order it on Amazon for £9.99!

Click on the picture below to pre-order it.

Posted by Sandra on September 2 2015

Rebecca Clarke witnesses the continued appeal of the blend of two popular pop-punk boybands.

The amalgamation of McFly and Busted took to the stage after the last race at Newmarket’s July racecourse last Saturday, as part of the racecourse’s Summer Saturday special event, and thoroughly entertained the large crowd.

The combined talents of McBusted certainly knew how to engage the audience, with a show packed full of relentless on-stage energy, humour and banter between band members.
It may have come as a surprise to the younger generation of fans that the two bands have been producing albums for over 10 years, but – judging by their reception on this summer early evening – their popularity shows no signs of waning.

Other than Harry Judd who was at the rear of the stage on drums all five other members contributed to vocals, all joining in to play guitar and manage the general captivation of the crowd.

Amongst the hits blasted out were Busted’s ‘You Said No’, ‘Air Hostess’ and ‘Crashed the Wedding’ along with McFly’s hits ‘All About You’, ‘Obviously’ and ‘Stargirl’. There weren’t too many of the 20,000 revellers who weren’t singing along!

The band members clearly enjoyed engaging with each other, which added to the entertainment and amusement in between their songs and they had a few killer dance moves to show off too.

The encore ended with ‘Year 3000’. Who knows if McBusted’s music will still be listened to then, but judging by this performance I think they’ll be around for a long time yet, and their success is well deserved.


Posted by Sandra on August 19 2015

Our Harry is not only a great drummer he’a also really good at cricket:)

His hand-eye co-ordination on the drums isn’t in doubt so perhaps its no surprise then that Harry Judd is equally adept as a cricketer.
The McBusted star recently took part in a nets session with Sky Sports’ Ian Ward – where he engaged himself in some Test match-style batting.
And while Australia’s batsmen have been poor during this Ashes’ series, Judd showed them how it’s done as he impressed in front of the TV cameras.

Facing deliveries of varying lengths up to 100mph, the drummer looked a natural at the crease – swotting away several of the tennis balls and playing sensible leave shots.
Judd’s talents impressed Ward so much so that the Sky Sports analyst was full of praise for the musician as they looked back at replays of him in the nets.
The 29-year-old’s abilities with the bat have been well-documented in the past. Growing up at school Judd developed a reputation as a promising batsman but gave up cricket to pursue a career in music.
All-encompassing cricket almanac Wisden has even publicised about the drummer’s feats as a cricketer before.

In describing Judd, Wisden wrote: ‘Harry Judd, who scored 252 runs last season, left Uppingham to become a full-time drummer in the pop group McFly. The summer ended well for the side, with four wins in the last five matches, but even better for Harry Judd: McFly topped the UK singles chart twice, with Five Colours In Her Hair and Obviously.’
Australia captain Michael Clarke and his side will be hoping to replicate Judd’s solid technique when they face England at the Oval in the fifth Test beginning on Thursday.
Having seen the Ashes slip from their grasp at Trent Bridge, the tourists will be desperate to avoid losing the series 4-1.


Posted by Sandra on August 19 2015

New Dino signings for Dougie and Tom have been confirmed in Leeds and Manchester for the 28th of August so if you can go and meet the boys in Waterstones and get your copy of the latest book of the dino series, The Dinosaur That Pooped The Bed, signed.

Come say hi to me and Doug!

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