Jedward want Sharknado to film in Ireland

Sharknado 3 airs tonight on the Syfy channel and will see the twins making their big screen debut alongside their friend Tara Reid, Frankie Muniz, David Hasselhoff and Kelly Osbourne.


The Syfy channel has now confirmed the follow-up, which will allow viewers to influence where the plot goes.

At the end of the movie, it is left unknown if leading character April Shepard (Tara Reid) survives a piece of space shuttle wreckage falling from the sky.

The screen cuts to black and a message appears asking viewers to decide on the face of the character on Twitter using the hastags #AprilLives or #AprilDies.

It looks like Jedward are firmly behind Team April, speaking to TEN today they said: “SpoilerAlert!! Everyone needs to Vote #AprilLives because Sharknado is nothing without Tara Reid!!

“Sharknado 4 needs to have Ed Sheeran because we all make the ultimate team of JedSheeran. Sharknado has turned into a TV Holiday that hopefully will be shown every year just like the Super Bowl.

“We are gonna try our hardest to make the NBC Universal Bosses film in the UK and Ireland for Sharknado 4”.

Source: RTE

Jedward call Tara Reid ‘inspiration’ to pregnant women and reveal they’ll be godfathers to her baby

John and Edward Grimes have exclusively told Mirror Online that their Celebrity Big Brother pal will make an ‘awesome mother’ and are desperate for her to have baby


Jedward would like to be godfathers to Tara Reid’ baby.

The Hollywood star isn’t actually pregnant yet but the Irish duo have high hopes for when she does have a bun in the oven.

“We will definitely be at the christening because we will be godparents,” John Grimes exclusively told Mirror Online.

“We’ll probably sing a few songs for the baby to celebrate the big day – maybe Hallelujah or something like that.”

When Mirror Online stressed to the pair that their pal isn’t pregnant yet, Edward said: “But we want her to get pregnant!

“She would make sure an awesome mother. Can you imagine? Her baby will be the most stylish child going. It will have the most striking blue eyes ever!”

Although Tara isn’t with child in real life, her character April Wexler in Sharknado 3 is – and the Jedward boys thinks her big screen alter-ego sets a great example to expectant mothers everywhere.

Edward added: “Tara proves that pregnant women can do everything they could before they got pregnant; climb up roller coasters, take down sharks. She’s such an inspiration!”

Jedward are set to feature in Sharknado 3 alongside Tara – who apparently got the boys their parts in the movie.

“She’s our biggest fan,” admitted John. “She always puts in a good word for us. If anyone ever says anything bad about us, she’ll take them down!”

Sharknado 3 premieres on SyFy on July 22.

Source: Mirror

Jedward: ‘We’re going to make a record with David Hasslehoff’

BAD NEWS Germany – Jedward want to give you a new National Anthem… and they’re gonna ask The Hoff to help.


The boys make a cameo appearance in new movie Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! where they met Baywatch star David Hasslehoff on set.

And although they were given the task by producers of writing the theme song for the B movie, they have an another project in mind.

Edward says: “We don’t own any of David’s CDs, but we’d be up for teaming up with him.

“We could come up with a new national anthem for Germany — we’ll call it Jedmany-Hoff — or something great.”

But it was another musical legend who they turned to when they came to pen new single Oh Hell No! – musical legend Sir Paul McCartney.

The former Beatle has admitted he’s a fan of the band and when the time came to work on the title track for the third instalment of SyFy’s ridiculous made-for-TV film franchise it was his advice the twins called upon.

John says: “I can remember talking to Paul McCartney about writing theme songs for movies, and he said not to mention the name of the film, to make it universal for people.”

The former X Factor contestants didn’t totally take his wisdom on board, calling the track Oh Hell No, nor did they fully deliver what film bosses wanted.

Edward says: “They wanted alternative rock — and we tried writing some Def Leppard-style songs — but I wanted claps and high hats and kicks and for it to be mainly driven by a trumpet. The song is just like the atmosphere of Sharknado — we tried to capture the anticipation and fear of when a sharknado is happening.”

For those unfamiliar with what a sharknado is, it’s a (thankfully) made-up weather phenomenon in which a tornado empties the oceans of all its finned inhabitants and throws them on to dry land — where they begin to eat everyone and everything in their path.

John adds: “Originally the song was called Nerve Fire, but then we changed direction and started writing the raps to go with it.

“When we’re writing songs we try to use words that no one’s used before. We’re not the number one rappers in the world, but Kanye West should watch out.”

They also had another source of inspiration when writing the track — pal Tara Reid, who stars in the movie. Edward says: “I was imagining Tara screaming, and all this intensity.”

Between takes of the new movie the twins got to spend time with some of the other celebrities making cameo appearances in the film Jerry Springer and retro pin-up Bo Derek.

It’s commendable that the boys even agreed to appear in Sharknado after they nearly died at sea off Dublin last year.

An evening stroll with their cousin along Donabate beach almost turned deadly when rising tides stranded them on a sandbank. Their beloved mum saved the day after she immediately alerted the coastguards who rushed to their rescue after a panicked phonecall from the pair.

escuers were forced to wade through the waves after darkness fell, getting them to dry land at 1am.

The ordeal meant they were able to give an even deeper performance in Sharknado.

They say: “We thought about that when we were in the film — it was really serious.”

But the experience hasn’t left them with a total aversion to the sea, they can still see the benefits of seaside life.

Edward says: “If we were sea creatures we’d be mermen, like Zoolander in the film.

“We can already do ‘Blue Steel’ (Zoolander’s signature pose) and the water would keep our quiffs in shape.”

The Great White Album:
Macca’s Sharknado hits
1. Twister And Shout
2. A Hard Day’s Bite
3. Bait Days A Week
4. Hey Chewed
5. Jawsberry Fields Forever
6. Lady My-Dinner
7. Oh Bloody, Oh Blood Aaaargh (Life Don’t Go On)
8. I Am Not The Walrus
9. With A Little Yelp From My Friends
10. Armband On The Run
11. Help!
12. Live And Let Die
13. Somefin

Source: The Sun

Jedward on staying relevant: ‘It’s all about inspiring your fans’

Hitmakers Jedward have revealed that being accessible to their fans is crucial to ensuring they continue to have a successful and meaningful career.

The cheeky duo sat down for a new interview with Xposé and opened up about how they manage to stay relevant, which they admitted is all down to getting their fans to be able to relate to them on a personal level:

“We’re always creative and coming up with new ideas for songs – and concepts – but it all comes down to your fans. You don’t have to be on the front cover of every newspaper or on every TV show, as long as you have fans and inspire them, and have lyrics that mean something to them… that makes you relevant.”

The ‘Oh Hell No’ hitmakers also briefly spoke about their recent airport tour and confessed that it was an exhilarating experience: “We did this airport tour and went to 17 cities across all of Europe. I literally went on Twitter and booked all the flights myself… we were in, like, maybe three countries in one day.”

Source: PressParty

OMJ! Rapping, leather studs and THAT hair style: 5 reasons we love Jedward’s new music video

The Dublin twins have upped their music game with this latest track

Corny or not we always fans of Jedward in Goss HQ and we are seriously impressed with their newest music video Oh Hell No.
From crazy barnets to signature outfits, a kick ass location and Jedward hand gestures, this video has it all.

Jedward first burst onto the music scene when they appeared on the UK X Factor and wowed the judges and since then they have represented Ireland in two Eurovisions, had a number of music singles and made some famous friends around the world.

1. Their hair styles
Jedward are famous for their hair styles which so many have tried to mimmick and failed.
Their blonde locks with a bottle of gel usually make for a hair raising style but in this video, they went for a smooth and swept look.
The have started to experiment more with their hair luscious locks and it seems they have dropped the high hair.

2. That wardrobe
If the hair wasn’t enough, Jedwards wardrobe has also turned heads.
The Dublin twins love nothing more than glitz and bits and shiny and colourful suits and boots.
In this video, the boys went for a more demure yet stylish look in matching red and black jackets and also went for black leather and studs.

3. Location Location Location
Far from the streets of Lucan the lads shot this music video.
They are gone international with this video shooting in exotic locations such as New York but it looks as though they went the the East Coast as well with Palm trees and sunshine.
The 23-year-olds are going to appear on Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! and that’s where this singles name hails from.

4 . They’re rap stars now
The dynamic duo have decided to go in a new direction with their style, and firs the first time they’ve shown off their rapping skills (no that wasn’t a typo).
The twins hang out in a warehouse, as you do in NYC, and give fans a taste of their rapping skills.
Forget about Eminem, Kanye West and Jay Z, John and Edward are in town.

5. Their word game is strong
There is nothing better than a strong word game when song writing and Jedward never fail to surprise.
The Lipstick hit makers managed to get quirky words such as Ignoramus and fe fi fo fum into the lyrics.
The twins are set to make a cameo appearance in Sharknado and it seems their music may be as well.


Jedward Coming to Europe

Copenhagen T2 Airport
Wed 17 June 2015
15:00 pm

Warsaw (Modlin) Airport
Wed 17 June 2015
22:00 pm

Oslo (Rygge)
Thu 18 Jun 2015
10:25 am

Edinburgh Airport
Thurs 18 June 2015
18:20 pm

Jedward will run for presidency if the age for the role is reduced after Friday’s referendum

The X Factor twins say that they would take the role very seriously

X Factor pairing and former Ireland Eurovision representatives, John and Edward Grimes say that they will run for election to Áras an Uachtaráin should the presidential age be reduced after Friday’s referendum.

The question of whether or not the presidential age will be lowered from 35 to 21 will be put to voters on Friday and the Dublin-born twins have stated their intention to run for presidency if the change is made.

Edward told the Irish Sun that they would take the role very seriously should they be elected.

“I know some people think me and John are messing around all the time, but we can be serious.”

“I’d make some authority for myself. I wouldn’t just be a poser, I’d want to get stuff done. I’d full on be out there and make all the decisions, I wouldn’t just be signing off on stuff,” Edward told the Sun.