Perhaps it's time for a bit more of an introduction. I mentioned that I write about entertainment but I haven't yet gone into any detail about the things I enjoy!
My main tv love at the moment is Flashforward.I probably mentioned this in my post about Jessika Borsiczky Goyer, but what I may not have mentioned is - it's an obsession. For the three months since Flashforward went on hiatus, I have been avoiding any possible promos, clips, sneak peeks etc because all it does is make me miss it more! It's also partly to avoid seeing things I don't want to know yet, but mainly, I can't stand the torture. The cast is exceptional, Joseph Fiennes, John Cho, Jack Davenport and Dominic Monaghan are just a few of the stars. The storyline is fantastic, the writing is brilliant and instead of just being one mystery, there are mysteries wrapped inside other mysteries! The questions are endless, as are the possibilites. I firmly believe everyone should be watching it!
I am also a huge Lost fan. I got into the show very late, last summer to be precise! But after just two episodes, I was completely hooked and heavily attached to many of the characters. I will be very sad to see the end of it this year. :(
My UK tv love is currently Dancing on Ice. A bunch of celebrities learn how to ice dance under the watchful eye of Olympic gold medallists Torvill and Dean. They are teamed with a professional skater and together they learn a new routine weekly and dance live in front of the nation every Sunday night.It is amazing what these stars can accomplish on this show - check this link out . Hayley Tamaddon is an actress and singer, not a professional skater but this routine is totally worthy of an Olympic gold medal and after just a few months of training!
In terms of music - well, in spite of my current Boyzone promotion, I am not a complete boyband fanatic :p I just have a wide variety of tastes. It would be impossible to list everything I love because there is so much of it!
Same goes for movies. I have a huge amount of favourites but if I were to pick a genre, romantic comedies would win out.