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He’s the newest star to rise from the X Factor series – and he’s already receiving plenty of attention across the pond. Danyl Johnson, a 27-year-old teacher, got a standing ovation for his performance of With A Little Help From My Friends.
The tiny rapper comes closer to superstardom.
Noriyuki Haga crashed in the first race at Portimao on Sunday to place second in Championship points for the third time in his Superbike career and made way for a new champion. Yamaha Italia driver Ben Spies has become the first American to win the Superbike World Championship since Colin Edwards did it back in 2002.
Astro Boy the Video Game for Nintendo DS is the game tie-in for the Astro Boy movie now playing in theatres. If you’re a fan of old-school side-scrolling games like Mega Man but always felt they needed more flying and less checkpoints, then you should definitely check Astro Boy out.
TOMS is a cool brand because everytime you buy one of their shoes, they donate a pair to a child in need. You always hear about companies giving back "part of their proceeds", but in TOMS's case, you know that when you purchase one of their cute shoes, someone who really needs a pair is also getting one.
A Boy And His Blob is a remake of an old Nintendo game made about 20 years ago – so your parents may remember playing it when they were little!
All Star Cheer Squad 2, the sequel to All Star Cheer Squad the original, continues the journey through competitive cheerleading competitions, stunts and teamwork with multiplayer action and more music!
Rebel Stone, the self-proclaimed "Ghost Hunter," enlists the help of two twin ghosts to help stop an alien invasion. Kidzworld reviews Rebel Stone and the Ghost Whisperers by Walter Rouzer.
Scooby and the gang are hot on the trail of some galloping ghosts in Scooby-Doo Where Are You! Hello Mummy. Check out Kidzworld’s review of this special seasonal DVD released just in time for Halloween!
When his friend Luke disappears, Seth knows that it’s not your average runaway. Luke was taken by Tall Jake, the ruler of the comic book world, Malice. Kidzworld reviews Malice by Chris Wooding