Posted by Sandra on July 1 2014 0 Comments Dougie Poynter, McFLY

Ellie Goulding performed in front of a massive crowd at Glastonbury last night and it seems boyfriend Dougie Poynter was her biggest supporter!

‘Starry Eyed’ hitmaker Ellie sung a string of hits on the ‘Other Stage’ on Sunday night (29 June) at the popular music festival near Pilton, Somerset.

After completing her set, 27-year-old Ellie appeared to be a little overwhelmed: “I know you got me. What a crowd,” she said. “So immense, too much to take.”

Hours later, Ellie then posted a photo of McFly star Dougie proudly wearing a T-shirt with her face printed on it!

Ellie simply declared: “Found a fan.”

It was a busy day for Dougie, who had earlier been performing with his McBusted bandmates at Chantry Park, Ipswich, before joining Ellie.

Ellie and Dougie fuelled romance rumours at the start of the year, and finally took their relationship public in May.

During the Fearne and… McBusted documentary on ITV2, Dougie opened up about his personal life, explaining that everything was “very good”. Meanwhile, Ellie has described Dougie as a “very lovely human being.”

Ellie recently opened up about the difficulties of long-distance relationships, telling Self magazine: “It’s not fun, but we can make it work. Love is beyond everything, beyond the universe”.


Posted by Sandra on July 1 2014 0 Comments McBusted

Read below a review from McBusted’s gig at Chantry Park and also you can check some pics from that show and the one at Scarborough last friday.



Rounding off a fantastic weekend of music, Chantry Park came alive tonight to the sounds of McBusted.

The enthusiasm came off the combined forces of McFly and Busted in waves and with hits such as Air Hostess, All About You and Star Girl they had the crowd enthralled from start to finish.

McFly and Busted have always been linked, each writing songs for the other group, so it was only a matter of time before they eventually worked together.

Kicking off the night with the Busted hit Air Hostess, the guys launched into a series of hit songs from both bands.

With Danny Jones taking over most of Charlie Simpson’s vocals after he chose not to reunite with his former bandmates, the crowd really got going when the boys performed McFly’s superb hit Shine a Light before a cover of I Want You Back by Jackson 5 and photobombing the crowd’s selfies.

Showing highlights from Tom Fletcher’s now infamous wedding speech, it was the perfect time for the Busted boys to launch into Crashed the Wedding, with Matt Willis even appearing on stage in a wedding dress.

Who knows what the future holds, whether the two bands will go their separate ways or if the six-piece will stay together, but I think I speak for all of Chantry Park when I say we would definitely be more than happy to see McBusted continue on.


Posted by Sandra on June 29 2014 0 Comments McBusted

Watch below some videos of the boys performing at The Open Air Theatre in Scarborough on friday.

Posted by Sandra on June 29 2014 0 Comments McBusted, News

Six men stand on stage, summoning the nipples of three giant breasts to pop out.

No, really.

This isn’t This Is Spinal Tap 2, this is McBusted in Weston-super-Mare and it might not be subtle or particularly mature but, godammit, it’s a hell of a lot of fun.

The mega boobs represent the triple breasted women of set closer Year 3000, a set elongated by the earlier absence of the Backstreet Boys.

McBusted apologise to the crowd for Nick Carter’s explosive diarrhoea (it’s actually bronchitis), and briefly cover I Want It That Way while delivering more than an hour of their combined hits.

Starting with Air Hostess, it’s a high-energy, leap-frogging, pogo-ing, wedding dress-wearing and fart joke packed gig that had thousands dancing, singing, and air-guitar ing with abandon.

They had a lot to make up for in the eyes and ears of many BSB t- shirt clad punters, but as the breasts inflated, the job was largely done.

But they shouldn’t expect a Christmas card from Taylor Swift any time soon.


Posted by Sandra on June 28 2014 0 Comments McBusted

Watch below the second vodcast McBusted uploaded to their youtube channel, and subscribe to it if you haven’t done it yet HERE

Posted by Sandra on June 27 2014 0 Comments Dougie Poynter, McBusted, McFLY, News, Photo gallery update

I added to the gallery the scans of the Phoenix Magazine Summer Issue that features an interview with Dougie, he talks about Saint Kidd and McBusted. You can buy a copy of the magazine HERE



Posted by Sandra on June 27 2014 0 Comments McBusted

I added to the gallery some more pics of the boys at the Ratatouille launch at Disneyland Paris last week.


Posted by Sandra on June 27 2014 0 Comments Dougie Poynter, News


The moment Dougie Poynter and Ellie Goulding *finally* admitted that they were in one of those proper relationship things, we simultaneously punched the air in excitement (and Barry from IT in the process, sorry Baz), and weeped a bit into our Oreos when we realised another McBusted member was out of our grubby mitts’ reach. We also sat and pondered what a ‘proper’ relationship consists of, since our longest relationship has been with a tub of Ben & Jerrys and that only lasted an hour, but that’s an entirely different story.

Ever since it all become totes official, we’ve been stalking following their every lovey dovey move and whatnot, and trying to get some tips on how to bag a boyband BF, which today come courtesy of Ellie’s gig as the cover star of Self magazine.

Els opened up about all things love and #Dellie in an interview with the mag, making love sound all magical and making us weep a little more.

“I’ve definitely met someone. You get to know someone who makes you very happy and then you go away [on tour], right when it was just getting somewhere awesome. It’s not fun, but we can make it work.

“Love is beyond everything, beyond the universe”.


Ahem. Ellie also talked about her road to becoming all good at this singing stuff, which came from a bad relationship, appaz:

“I always liked singing, but it never occurred to me that it could be a real job. So when people would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I’d say “I’m going to be an actress,” in this fake posh accent that I’d learned from watching period dramas.

“I started playing guitar to impress a guy, but all of a sudden I was more engrossed in the guitar than the guy, and playing it became my everything. It was a big deal, because I started singing my own songs.”

Soooo, we need to learn a musical instrument then? The recorder should really make its way back into the charts if you ask us.

Basically, #Dellie is our idea of a perfect relationship and we’d quite like them to get married and have babies now k thanks.

What do you think of Ellie’s relationship insights? Reckon they make a great couple? Comments please…


Posted by Sandra on June 26 2014 0 Comments McBusted, News

Dougie Poynter, of supergroup McBusted, says he can’t wait to hit the stage as the band prepares to perform at Barclay Card Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park.

The former members of noughties teen favourites McFly and Busted will headline the festival on Sunday July 6.

McFly bass player Dougie said: “I am always really excited to perform to such a big audience and to headline in Hyde Park is something you want to do as a band.”

The 26-year-old, who grew up in Corringham, Essex, always knew he loved getting up on stage but wasn’t sure exactly how to channel that excitement.

He said: “I wan’t sure what I wanted to do with my life until I started learning how to play bass and singing.”

Dougie joined the band Atiaz when he was 15-years-old with a group of friends from school but this was brief as he soon got the chance to audition for a new band in 2003.

He said: “Tom [Fletcher] and Danny [Jones] already knew each other and wrote most of the songs on our first album but were looking for a drummer and a bassist and I thought ‘why not?’ so auditioned and in the end me and Harry were picked.”

The boys became an instant hit with their first single, Five colours in her hair, making it to number one in the UK singles charts and knocked The Beatles off the top spot as the youngest ever band with their first number one album, Room on the third floor.

Dougie said: “It was amazing and we were extremely grateful. I had a feeling that people would like the first song and when it was received so well I knew it was going to be a little special.”

Since then, McFly have sold more than seven million records world wide, were awarded seven number ones and won a Brit award for Best British pop act in 2005.

But the band decided to take a new route, changing themselves from a four piece to a six piece last year, as they teamed up with Busted legends Matt Willis and James Bourne, to form McBusted.

Dougie said: “We all get along so well, we’re like peas and carrots! It’s like even more of my brothers have come to join in on all the fun that we have!”

McBusted will be joined by a host of other top acts on July 6, including Scouting for Girls, The Vamps, Diversity and legendary boy band Backstreet boys.

Dougie said: “We’ll be on the same stage as some great acts. Backstreet Boys are amazing and so are The Vamps as a new band, so it will be an exciting day.”

He continued: “I look forward to performing to large crowds, it is an incredible feeling and something I always look forward to doing.

“But at the same time, when you’re in front of a smaller crowd, you can have more of a joke as it’s more intimate and you can see people’s reactions when you do something stupid on stage so really I just love performing for anyone and everyone.”

McBusted will also be popping up at Weston-super-Mare on the beach this Saturday and Chantry Park in Ipswich on Sunday.

Dougie said: “We are all enjoying being McBusted right now, we’re having a great time and I don’t see that changing anytime soon.

“So for as far as I can see, we’ll be McBusted for quite a while yet!”

Other artists headlining British Summer Time, which kicks off on Thursday July 3, include The Libertines, Arcade Fire, Black Sabbath, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, and Tom Jones. For tickets visit


Posted by Sandra on June 25 2014 0 Comments Dougie Poynter, McFLY, News

She’s the world-renowned singer of hits including of Anything Could Happen and Your Song.

But Ellie Goulding looked more like a supermodel gracing the cover of Self magazine’s August issue.

The 27-year-old showed off her toned physique as she opened up about her relationship with McFly’s Dougie Poynter.

‘I’ve definitely met someone,’ the talented musician gushed. ‘You get to know someone who makes you very happy and then you go away [on tour], right when it was just getting somewhere awesome. It’s not fun, but we can make it work.’

‘Love is beyond everything, beyond the universe,’ she added.

The relationship with Dougie is still relatively new, with Ellie having reportedly enjoyed a brief fling with Ed Sheeran last summer after dating electro musician Skrillex in 2012.


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