Posted by Sandra on March 3 2013

Sugarscape choose McFly’s Harlem Shake version their second favorite version, the first one for them is The Wanted’s version.

Crotches akimbo

Forget Gangnam Style, Psy and his imaginary pony as that is so 25 seconds ago. It’s all about the Harlem Shake and oodles of celebs have been getting in on the dance action including Ed Sheeran, Cody Simpson, District3, Cara Delevingne and McFly. Dressed as pandas.
But frankly it’s all worth it just to see The Wanted’s version because Max George has only gone and got his actual arse out.
With that in mind, get your hip thrust limbered up and check out our top 10 faves below…

2. McFly
If anything beats McFly dressed as pandas and throwing themselves about willy nilly, we really don’t know what it is.
Maybe them naked, but that’s just a suggestion for next time lads.


Posted by Sandra on January 29 2013

After the 1st round of voting for the Celebritain Awards McFly ended in 2nd place as best british group and best british single. One Direction ended 1st in both categories.

Sadly Love is Easy that was nominated as best british single didn’t make the cut. The Wanted and One Direction ended 1st and 2nd.

Second round of voting for the awards starts this thursday but for now not on the categories McFly are nominated. I’ll let you know when it starts for this categories.

Posted by Sandra on January 18 2013

The day we can start voting for our fave celebrities on the Celebritain Awards arrived so please vote for McFly as best british live act, best british single and best group HERE.
you can vote for them more than once.

Posted by Sandra on January 14 2013

As I posted a few days ago McFly have been nominated in some categories on the Celebritain Pop Awards including the Best Group category. Now the voting process started, read below the voting process and a reminder of the awards McFly are up to.

McFly are nominated as Best Group, Best British Live Act and Best British -Single.

Last week, we announced the nominees in the 2013 Celebritain Pop Awards, and today we can tell you exactly how voting will work.

Starting on Friday, you’l be able to complete our online voting form right here at It doesn’t matter what country you’re in, you can vote.

You’ll be able to vote as many times as you like until we freeze the voting on Friday 1st February.

We’ll then count up the votes and the artists ranked top 2 in each category will then be announced on Monday 4th February. Each day from then on, you’ll be able to vote again for your favourites out of the top 2 via and Twitter. To ensure you’re up to date with who you can vote for and when, become a Celebritain VIP (it’s free) on the right-hand side of this website and follow @celebritain on Twitter.

The winners will then be announced on the same day as the 2013 Brit Awards – Wednesday 20th February.


Posted by Sandra on January 11 2013

Celebritain just released the list of nominees for their Celebritain Pop Awards and McFly have been nominated to a few awards including best group and best british live act. We can’t vote yet but as soon as we can I’ll let you know. See below the list of awards the boys have been nominated to.

Best Group:
One Direction
The Wanted
The Script
Florence and the Machine
Little Mix
The Saturdays
Girls Aloud

British Live Act:
The Wanted
One Direction
Take That

Best British -Single:
The Wanted – Chasing The Sun
One Direction – Little Things
JLS – Hold Me Down
McFly – Love Is Easy
Olly Murs – Troublemaker
Cheryl Cole – Call My Name
Jessie J – Domino
Labrinth Ft. Emeli Sande – Beneath Your Beautiful
Lawson – When She Was Mine
Girls Aloud – Something New

Posted by Sandra on December 17 2012

Yeah McFly aren’t a boyband but to be honest, lately they look like one and it seems they don’t mind to be called a boyband in interviews. Well apart from that the Smart Ladies blog did a post with the best and the worst boybands of 2012 now that the year is ending and they included McFly.

I came of age in the last great era of boybands and couldn’t be more excited they have begun to make their rounds again. 2012 was the year of the boyband and I loved every minute of it. In the ever so poetic words of AJ McLean from the Backstreet Boys, “Boybands will never f*cking die.” Thank goodness for that because I’m hoping for only more boybands in 2013!

Before we get to 2013, though, here’s my list of the best of boybands in 2012. I’ve categorized everything by the most distinguishable elements of a boyband: their hair; their clothes; the hazards of their job; over the top performances; and the perfect boyband video.


90′s boybands were all about the butt cut and spiky triangle hair. Today it’s all about the quiff (bonus points if it’s to the side instead of straight up) and the douche swoop. I’m just thankful no one sports the Justin Timberlake ramen noodle hair anymore.


Danny Jones (McFly)

I know his hair is closer to a bouffant some days than it is a quiff, but this is my list. His hair deserves to be on a best of list considering how far it’s come from 2004.

Zayn “1 Stripe” Malik (One Direction)

I’m torn over whether or not he should be on the best of or worst of list. Best versatility, worst badger stripe.

Siva Kaneswaran (The Wanted)

There is no wind-related meteorological phenomenon that could get this guy’s hair to budge.

Joel Peat (Lawson)

Part-time quiffer, full-time hot stuff.

Most View-Obstructing Quiff of 2012: Siva Kaneswaran


Jay McGuiness (The Wanted)
Some days Jay has awesome hair, other days I think he styles it like he styles his clothes… while inebriated.

Dougie Poynter (McFly)
Dougie reverted back to a hairstyle he had nearly a decade ago and I don’t hate it.
…keep reading.

Posted by Sandra on December 12 2012

THEY’VE written for both One Direction albums but McFly won’t be penning tunes for their arch rivals The Wanted anytime soon.

The lads, whose new album All The Greatest Hits is out now, are sticking firmly to one side.

Singer Tom Fletcher, 27, told me at the Spirit Of London Awards in association with PlayStation: “They’re different to us.

“I’m not sure my writing style suits them. I only like to write for people I care about, otherwise I’d get demoralised like in a proper job.”

And despite having a greatest hits album out it’s not all over for the band.

Drummer Harry Judd, 26 added: “Early next year we’ll be finishing our sixth album. This isn’t the last stand for McFly.”


Posted by Sandra on October 2 2012

Nights of shows to teenagers are probably the best places to do any research about what they like most. Why? You don’t need to ask any fan to know who is she waiting for all day until the lights go off and the music begins.

And yesterday (28) we saw with signs and t-shirts who everyone was waiting for at the Z Festival, HSBC Arena.

Starting at 7pm, Hot Chelle Rae warmed the audience who came late to the Arena, thanks to the complicated Barra da Tijuca, always full on Fridays. With an honest and modest pop rock made it to everyone younger.

After that, with a few more years of career (but still to teenagers) the boys of Yellowcard went on stage with a sincere and urgent rock in eight albums and a lot of enthusiasm.

The secret to warm-up the teenagers (probably most girls) to the next 2 shows.

The British boys from McFLY, together since 2004, surprised who thought that everyone was waiting for The Wanted’s hit “Glad you Came”, also a British boyband. But between them, the boys from McFly took the best of the night.

With their singles “5 colours in her hair” and “Lies”, they just burned up the house, a lot of girls crying – as the girls who took the sign “Loving McFLY is easy”. And it really is, as we could see, to love them! You just need some good lungs. They scream a lot!

To close the Friday, with a few audience – just to prove that McFLY was the name waited all night – the boys of The Wanted went on stage to prove that “boybands” are back. They also proved that besides cute, they are qualified. Interesting.

Nice and a little bit drunk (what made the performance run away from boring) the boys of The Wanted proved that names as New Kids on The Block and Backtreet Boys are still relevant to some pop music and hits as “Glad You Came” and “Chasing The Sun”. But it seems like boys and girls from the ‘90s are more interested on “the
wanted”, while the teenagers still prefer the same naked-rock from McFLY.

SOURCE / Translation thanks to Daniela from Joe Jonas Brazil

Posted by Sandra on September 27 2012

One found fame in early 2000, while the other has enjoyed a more recent rise to the top.
But on Wednesday both McFly and The Wanted proved they’ve both got legions of adoring fans.
The two British boybands touched down in Rio de Janiero, Brazil ahead of their performances at Z Festival on Friday.

McFly, who have recently returned from a stint in the US alongside theirs wives and girlfriends, decided to go it alone for this trip.

Despite the long flight Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd looked in good spirits on their arrival and spent time signing autographs and posing for pictures with fans.
Heavily tattooed Danny, who wore a blue sweatshirt tied around his neck, flashed the rock sign on arrival, perhaps as as sign of the performance they hope to give at the concert.

Drummer Harry, looked the most laid back out of the lads in a pair of tracksuit bottoms and top with the hood up.
King of the Jungle Dougie who seemed shyer than usual, wore a black wooly hat over his curly hair.
As they boarded the flight the tight-knit band seemed very excited about the trip.

Tom took a number of pictures of the band on board the flight, which he then posted on Twitter.
Once they arrived they were delighted to find that ‘Welcome Home McFLY’ was trending on Twitter in the country.
Tom worte: ‘Ah, you guys! Thanks for the trend. It’s great to be back!’

‘YES Brazil! :D These shows are gonna be AWESOME!’
The Wanted, who have become frequent flyers in the last year, were equally as generous with their time and made sure they stopped for photographs, hugs and autographs.
The All Time Low singers arrived in their usual attire consisting of a mix of checked shirts, faded denim and leather jackets.

Although they are bound to have seen a lot of breathtaking sites and stayed in some amazing hotels recently Jay seemed delighted with his surroundings.
He tweeted: ‘Woah hotel is beachside, can hear the sea cause half the room is huge glass windows- trying to say it’s cool without getting pretentious :)’

Z Festival, which began just last year, is aimed at the so-called Generation Z – young people who were born and raised in advent of the internet.
The Wanted played the festival in 2011 as well.
X Factor judge Demi Lovato will be closing the festival on Sunday.


Posted by Sandra on July 2 2012

Our boys made it!!! after voting for them among a long list of artists at the Celebritain’s Digital of the year awards they are now one of the top five finalists along with One Direction, The Wanted, Westlife and Olly Murs. Now we have to vote for them to be the absolute winners of the award!

Celebritain can reveal the top five artists competing for our Digital Artist of the Year Award.

After four weeks of voting in our Digital Entertainment Awards, over 64,000 votes have been recorded. The top 5 artists up for our Digital Artist of the Year Award can now be revealed to be The Wanted, One Direction, McFly, Westlife and Olly Murs.

Voting for the winner will take place live on Twitter tomorrow evening (Friday 8th June), at 6pm. Everybody who votes will go into our prize draw to win goodies including One Direction tickets, McFly tickets, The Wanted tickets, Lawson tickets and signed cds, signed Fanfare posters and more.

To vote:
For McFly, tweet: I vote McFly to win Artist of the Year in the #Celebritain Digital Entertainment Awards.

Voting opens at 6pm this Friday 8th June and closes at 10pm (UK Time).

You can vote as many times as you like.

Celebritain will announce the winner together with the rest of our Digital Entertainment Award winners next week



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