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Coup De Main x Orcon = Let’s Procrastinate - v. Feb-March 2017.

Coup De Main x Orcon = Let’s Procrastinate - v. Feb-March 2017.

If you’ve not been living your best life these past few weeks, you’ve missed out on interesting happenings from The 1975, 'Riverdale', Marika Hackman, Katy Perry, and Jimmy Fallon - but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with this handy round-up of the month that’s been.

All thanks to our pals at Orcon, and their super fast, and super easy to set up Internet!

Catch up on what you’ve missed out on below…

#1. 'House-Falling-Off-Stage' is this year’s new 'Left Shark'. The cynic in me almost suspects Katy Perry of purposefully incorporating a brand new meme into her 2017 Brit Awards performance, but regardless, this is a must-see whether you dig 'Chained To The Rhythm' or not.

#2. Marika Hackman has launched a super rad interactive website featuring artwork from her upcoming new album, 'I’m Not Your Man', which invites you to explore the depth of meaning behind the artwork and potentially win special prizes.

Click here to check it out.

Watch Marika’s music video for new song 'Boyfriend' below...

#3. Ever wanted to learn more about sloths? Here’s 13-year-old Robert Irwin (and Jimmy Fallon) to the rescue...

#4. The Gentle Sensitive Boys ™ a.k.a. The 1975 trolled non-fans by live broadcasting criticisms in text-form from their 'The Sound' music video to accompany their 2017 Brit Awards performance - i.e. "Is this a joke?" and other choice cuts.

Legends only!

They did this:

#5. Seth Meyers recently interviewed Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes about the importance of portraying a positive female friendships on TV as Betty and Veronica on 'Riverdale'...

P.S. Orcon have a range of Internet plans to suit everyone, and their Ultra Fast Broadband plans mean you’ll never have to wait for Netflix to buffer again. AND if you sign up to a 24-month unlimited fibre plan, you also get a free Apple TV! Click here for more information.

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