Archives for March 2010

New profile pics??

Beccy Beccy | 14:53 UK time, Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Me and Scott were talking yesterday on the show about how some people put way too much effort into their profile pics... and in America now you can actually get photo shoots done just for your facebook / twitter page. So, we decided to give it a go... What do you think? Should we update our profiles with these?!
 
I'm not entirely convinced. I know 80s fashion is back, but this is just a bit too far i think!
 

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Bonnie Tyler - literal version

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Sam Bailey Sam Bailey | 17:03 UK time, Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Remember those YouTube videos where a guy sang exactly what he saw?  Well Beccy found another one, this time it's a naff music video off of the 80s.  Here's Bonnie Tyler (whoooooo?) as you've never seen her before.  Watch it here.

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Sing what you see!

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Sam Bailey Sam Bailey | 11:53 UK time, Thursday, 25 March 2010

These are amazing.  We love this guy. He makes songs for YouTube videos. He just sings what he sees!  Any more examples, send them in!



Scott's flatmate gets loads of calls from Justin Bieber fans!

Karen The Internet Girl Karen The Internet Girl | 17:41 UK time, Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Today we had an "Oh! What's Occurring?" Justin Bieber Special! Don't worry - you don't even need to like "The Bieb" to enjoy it!

This was our favourite bit: After Radio 1 listeners got the chance to speak to Justin Bieber last week, we clipped up some of their questions.

Then we called Scott's flatmate and just played clips of the Justin Bieber fans down the phone to him. But how may random calls from Bieber fans would Scott's flatmate take before he stopped answering the phone?

Have a guess and listen here:

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For the full Oh! What's Occurring? Justin Bieber Special and more stuff like this download Scott's daily podcast

Thank you!

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Karen The Internet Girl Karen The Internet Girl | 11:24 UK time, Monday, 22 March 2010

Big thanks to Radio 1 listeners for being hugely generous once again.

You supported Scott Mills' Miles From Hell by donating £159,286 to Sport Relief (last count on Friday).

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Between Monday - Friday, Scott did

1. A mile through a sewer.
2. A mile at Kempton Park Racecourse dressed as a horse carrying an actual jockey.
3. A mile of stairs at 5 of London's tallest buildings.
4. A 3-legged mile tied to a non-stop-talking Chico.
5. A mile rolling!


Just in case you missed any of it, we've still got the photos and videos from the week online.

It wasn't all bad for Scott though, he did manage to get a single 'Mile From Heaven' on Sunday, carried in a rickshaw by Ben Fogle and James Cracknell.

So, add what you guys donated for Scott to Fearne's huuuuge bike ride and that brought Radio 1 listeners' donations to a massive
£518,628

Amazing!

Scott's favourite present ever!!

Beccy Beccy | 18:53 UK time, Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Artie from Glee (aka Kevin McHale) sent Scott this Sue Sylvester hoodie! Here's a couple of pics just for you...

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Miles from Hell - Day Two

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Beccy Beccy | 15:38 UK time, Tuesday, 16 March 2010

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Why the long face? Ha ha ha.

Sorry... The One That Doesn't Speak made me do that joke.

Anyway, today's Sport Relief Mile from Hell involved Scott horse racing. Not your normal day at the races though... Scott was dressed as a horse and ridden by top female jockey Hayley Turner for a mile around Kempton Park. 

The video should be up really soon, but here's a picture of Scott and Hayley to keep you satisfied until then.

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UPDATE:

Here's the video:

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Euuuwwwwww! Can you smell something?

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Beccy Beccy | 12:30 UK time, Monday, 15 March 2010

 
 
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He's back this afternoon from 4pm - hopefully he'll have had a shower first or I'll be working from the other room.
 
You can support Scott and see an even better picture of him superimposed in front of some comedy flames here 
 
PS surely white suits in a sewer are a bad choice?!

UPDATE:
Here's the vid:

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Scott gets ready for his miles from hell...

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Beccy Beccy | 15:25 UK time, Friday, 12 March 2010

 

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Yep, it's the picture you've all been waiting for. Scott in his codpiece fresh off his training session for his Sport Relief - Miles From Hell. He's so scared!

Find out what his first mile will be with Chris Moyles on Monday at 8.15am

More on how to support Scott for Sport Relief.

Laura off of Oh! What's Occurring...

Beccy Beccy | 14:41 UK time, Friday, 12 March 2010

 

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She's a local celebrity now they've found out she can fit her whole fist in her mouth!

Read the whole interview with Laura in her local paper here

We're Back!

Karen The Internet Girl Karen The Internet Girl | 12:18 UK time, Thursday, 11 March 2010

Six months after the Ediburgh fun, we've decided to bring the blog back.

What with BRIT statue theft, Lady Gaga chats, toy flinging fun with Matt Damon and all sorts, there's loads of stuff going on with Scott and his team.

 

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