The Janoskians, whose band name stands for Just Another Name Of Silly Kids In Another Nation, shot to fame in 2011 after releasing a set of candid videos on Youtube in which they performed pranks on public transport in their home city of Melbourne.| Jim On behalf of ‘James’, I’d like to offer our condolences and best wishes to Craig Gill’s family.
‘To me you’re prettier than Adriana Lima/ The way you’re work it when you’re looking in the mirror,’ the chorus lyrics continued as lead vocalist Beau busted out some very grown up thrusting dance moves with his fellow band members cheering him on in the background.
The music video’s release provoked an immediate social media reaction from fans across the globe, but one of the biggest fans had to have been American singer Adriana Grande who is known for her on and off relationship with Janoskians band member Jai Brooks since 2012.
On 25 June 2012, De Bono's original song "Beautiful", which she debuted on The Voice, charted at number four on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), for sales of 35,000 copies.
De Bono's debut album, also titled No Shame, was released on 13 July 2012, which features studio versions of covers she performed on The Voice, original songs, as well as newly recorded covers of Usher's "Burn" and Duffy's "Warwick Avenue".
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In his second year, Tré Cool dropped out of high school and opted to earn a GED.
He began taking classes at a local community college but would again drop out as the band became a more time consuming priority.
Wright's closest neighbor was Larry Livermore, who at the time was the singer of the punk band The Lookouts.
When Wright was 12, Livermore recruited him as the drummer of The Lookouts and Tre took on the name of "Tré Cool," using both the French word "très" (meaning "very") and the English word "cool" as a way of saying he was "very cool." Trey, a play on Wright's family's generational titles, had already been Wright's nickname prior to the addition of "Cool." When Green Day's drummer, John Kiffmeyer, left the band, the group recruited Tré Cool to be their drummer.
Of course the band didn’t just take their gear off in the name of being sizzling eye candy, but like their song’s title suggests, they got stuck into some cake – not only eating it, but smothering it over each other’s bodies in a fierce cake fight.