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05 January 2011 @ 07:49 pm
 
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These are from the 5th but better late then never right?*lol*, they're such sexy twins!.

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16 October 2010 @ 04:14 am


Scanned these from my issue, great article featuring the Twins.
 
 


It's good to see them all together for once, WI hardly posts any just mostly Benji and Joel together or solo. I forgot how cute Billy is!*heh*, Dean's still sexy as ever!. Paul never done anything for me*lol* but it's still good to see him. :)

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There such cuties!.

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They're such cuties!, Joel looks really pale in some of these pics. I wonder if he had a cold?, still he went through their performance like a trooper. Benji's arms are going to be the death of me!*lol*. Enjoy

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02 July 2010 @ 01:19 pm


Yesterday we caught a Nike-clad Benji Madden going for a jog in West Hollywood, and even though he was missing his number one running buddy (that would be Joel), we're still loving the dose of eye candy! But what's the scoop with his on again/off again blonde bunny, Holly Madison? Are they dunzo, in an open relationship or secretly planning a wedding? That's what we'd like to know!


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02 July 2010 @ 06:28 pm
  
 
 
 
29 June 2010 @ 09:00 am
Now that the tour's over, here's a review from the MA date that I thought was pretty cool:


The early 2000-vintage of Good Charlotte's enthusiastically misanthropic brand of pop punk elicted many blank looks from young audience members, but the ranks of G.C. fans in the audience quickly swelled - largely in response to the practiced showmanship of tattooed frontman Joel Madden, who mugged, gesticulated and flirted with the mostly female audience. The crowds of girls were soon clapping, swaying and screaming at Madden's behest.

Good Charlotte stuck largely to tried-and-true hits from their 2002 album "The Young and the Hopeless," and their veteran status was obvious from the polished harmonies and infectious, singalong-ready choruses. By the end of the set, even dads escorting trains of preteen girls had swallowed any disapproval and were tapping their feet to G.C.'s Green Day-esque antiestablishment "Anthem" and the irresistably catchy "I Don't Wanna Be in Love."