Major Sherlock spoilers ahead!
Do not hit “read more” if you haven’t seen the episode already!
If you’re anything like me, you watched Sherlock on BBC yesterday (or half an hour late on iPlayer because you were playing Monopoly and it lasted forever). But New Years Day’s episode was nothing like I have ever seen before. Seriously, what happened?
All of my articles seem to be on the media, I really should do more on Habbo! However, this is important. Like, really important. To me anyway. Anyone who knows me well knows I’m a huge fan of real music that’s actually got the artist’s voice in it, not edited so you can’t even recognise them. But more specifically than that, I’m a huge fan of Amy Winehouse. I was essentially brought up on her, with my dad having all her music in the car. Yes, I’m also into Adele because she’s real and sings what she’s feeling. I mean, why is Drake singing about a controller or am I missing something? Anyway, here’s why you should be happy that Amy Winehouse’s music is up for a Grammy in 2017.
Every year, we sort of do but don’t look forward to the I’m A Celebrity evictions, depending on how nice the camp mates are. Earlier in the show, a close knit group including Gogglebox‘s Scarlett Moffatt and comedian Joel Dommett was disturbed by the arrival of Martin Roberts from Homes Under The Hammer and radio legend Danny Baker. Instantly, disruptions between Martin & Danny took place, causing hassle for the rest of the camp. But who was evicted and who’s happy about it?
Honey G is something of a joke act, but at the same time somehow good. This week, it’s fair to say she had an eventful time on The X Factor – first, she got the stage invaded by some random guy from the audience, and Simon wasn’t happy. Then, Sharon forgot who her act was (and it wasn’t a one-off, she’s done it other weeks too) and Nicole actually had to tell her. Then during her second performance the judges, audience, and production crew actually did the “Mannequin Challenge” craze that’s breaking the internet live on TV.
I have to admit, there’s a room in Habbo for just about everyone. Game rooms, role play rooms, agencies, the list is almost never ending! But I’ve thought of one type of room that Habbo doesn’t really have, and that’s ‘re-creation rooms’, or rooms which have been copied from TV shows etc!