Eamon is out with the video to his new single ‘(How Could You) Bring Him Home’. Watch it via YouTube below.
The Sun reports that Eamon’s UK tour dates, which were due to start Tuesday, have been postponed and will be rescheduled for later this year. The singer blamed Britney Spears’ Onyx Hotel tour cancellation for throwing his schedule into chaos. “Eamon had to postpone the UK dates as his band were not rehearsed properly after the cancellation of Britney’s tour, which his band was due to open for,” a spokesman said. “Eamon didn’t want to bring anything but the best for his UK fans. He wants to express gratitude to all the fans who have supported him and looks forward to seeing them on the rescheduled dates.”
Eamon is out with the video to his new single ‘Love Them Ho’s’, off the American R&B singer’s debut studio album ‘I Don’t Want You Back’, out now on Jive Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Ash bass player Mark Hamilton spoke with Top of the Pops’ website in a Q&A about various pop acts, and was asked for his thoughts on Eamon. “Oh, I think Eamon is great,” he responded. “I suppose initially it probably was a bit of a gimmick, what with all the swear words and that, but it’s better than the slushy lyrics of most pop bands. It’s a lot more real and more like what people would actually think if they were in that situation.”
Teen People magazine asked Eamon what his most embarrassing moment was in their June/July issue. Eamon said, “I did a radio show and I was singing ‘Somethin’ Strange’. All of a sudden, I just blanked out and forgot the second verse! I just started mumbling.”
Frankee started a second week at the top of the British pop charts Sunday with a song that is thought to be a response to second-placed Eamon’s expletive-filled lament about his girlfriend cheating on him. Frankee’s song ‘F.U.R.B. (FU Right Back)’ stayed at No. 1 Sunday, according to the Official UK Charts Company, ahead of Eamon’s ‘Fu** It (I Don’t Want You Back)’, which remained at No. 2.
In an interview with The Sun, Frankee denied a rumor that she and Eamon are good buddies who have teamed up to send both their songs to the top of the charts. “We’re obviously not friends,” she insisted. “He goes all over the place saying how much he doesn’t like me! We’ve not seen each other or spoken at all since this whole thing started and I don’t think we ever want to see each other again. But maybe when it all dies down, perhaps 10 years from now, we can be friends.” Frankee also revealed her attraction to *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake. “I go for honest, trustworthy, funny guys,” she said. “Looks aren’t a big deal to me. I’ve always been the sort of girl who dates men who aren’t that attractive. I don’t know why, I’d just rather they be funny than good looking – except for Justin who is both.”
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It seems like an odd marriage for a tour, but come this summer Eamon will be hitting the road with none other than the princess of teen pop, Britney Spears. At first glance one might not be able to make sense of this pairing, but Eamon notes: “We’re both played on top 40 stations. I was in Portland, Oregon, did a teen show and 13 and 14 year old girls were screamin. Every time I said something worse they’d scream louder.” To read more about the Staten Island native’s thoughts on the tour, possibly collaborating with Spears, and the birth of Hoe-Wop, click here.
A cd:uk source told The Daily Star that when Eamon met Natasha Bedingfield backstage at the program, “He had to be led away from her because he was so embarrassing. He went all smiley and kept giggling.”
While Eamon complains about a woman who cheated on him in his smash ‘Fu** It’, he tells The People the girls are now flocking for his attentions. “In Kentucky girls offered to pay if they could hang out with me,” he bragged. “In Colorado ten girls followed me back to my room. I can only imagine how it’s going to be in the UK. I can’t wait!”