Talent in a Previous Life

Because It's Never Just About the Music

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Back of the Q 

The nominees for this year's Q Awards have been announced! And Oasis have received 5 nods, including Best Album, Best Live Act, Best Act in the World Today, Best Track and Bezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...

Wha? What? Oh, sorry, just dropped off for a second there. Anyway, joining them on the shortlist for Best act in the World today are Coldplay, Green Day, U2 and Muzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...


*Braghgerroutofit* Hmm? What? No, not sleeping, just resting our eyes. Uh, where were we? Oh yes. Fighting it out for the coveted best album prize are Coldplay, Oasis and James Bluzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...

*slightly unpleasant drooling and smacking of lips*

Gerroff! Just five more minutes... Hmm? Oh, umm, sorry. We must be suffering from narcolepsy or something like that, dunno what could be causing this. So, umm, yeah. The nominations for Best Track includes one of the few occasions in a very testosterone heavy line-up where a girl gets a shot at glory, with KT Tunzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...


Oh, we give up. We can't even pretend to feign interest in what is easily the dullest awards in the calendar. Even GQ at least saw fit to give Charlotte Church a prize. Looking down the list, we see that Gwen Stefani has a shot at best video, that's vaguely interesting, isn't it? No? Please yourselves then.

The Q Awards will be hosted by Jonathan Ross on the 10th October and are co-sponsored by both Horlicks and the Pipe and Slippers Advisory Council.