Now that I’ve finished like my millionth story on Ne-Yo, it’s time for me to get packed and jet off for my Dreamworks assignment in sunny California.

All I can say about the assignment for now is………. I’ll get to meet Gerard Butler!!!

It’s gonna be a lot of work, but I’m pretty psyched nontheless. Interviewing Ne-Yo was already a huge deal for me, because he’s like one of my favourite artistes; but getting to meet the King of Sparta in the same month is just unreal!

Ne-Yo and I. I'm so glad I got to interview him.

Ne-Yo and I. I'm so glad I got to interview him.

I’ll try to blog from LA as much as possible. Trying to get tickets for the LA Lakers vs. LA Clippers game. Fingers crossed!

Proud Citizens

After another win, and another convincing display, Manchester City are really starting to look like a real threat to their Red neighbours.

When even Carlos Tevez scores a hat-trick, you have to be doing something right. (don’t get me wrong, I think he’s a good player. He’s just not the most clinical striker around…)

And don’t forget, City still have Patrick Vieira to bring into the team. He might not be the dominant force he once was, but a player of his class rarely loses touch completely. If used the right way, and barring any injury setbacks, he could still have as big an impact on the Premier League as he did with Arsenal.

So far so good.

So far so good.

But then again, Mark Hughes started off pretty well too. It remains to be seen if Mancini can keep this run of form going, but the “noisy neighbours” sure are generating all the right noises at the moment.

Tap Tap Revenge 3

In case some of you iPhone users haven’t noticed, the game is currently free on the App Store, and apparently has been since a Christmas promo late last year.

Simple, yet addictive.

Simple, yet addictive.

It’s the perfect game for an iPhone – simple, addictive and short. These dots move down from the top of your screen in three rows according to the rhythm of some pop songs, and you tap them once they reach three circles at the bottom.

Each game lasts only about the length of the song (and you get to download new songs, most of which are by semi-popular artistes, with each level you pass), so you won’t have to worry about straining your eyes and fingers and stuff like that.

And as with most iPhone games, you can register for an online account and you can compare scores, challenge others and whatnot. It’s pretty good.

You gotta hurry though, I don’t know if it’s gonna stay free.

Tell us what you think!

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