A father who undertook a 24-hour solo SingStar record to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital has successfully completed his marathon session, notching up nearly £3000 in donations.
How many extra SingStar songs have you bought and downloaded? 10, 20?
Sony has announced new features for the June update to SingStar, including the ability to instantly edit playlists remotely from a PSP.
Microsoft and Sony are attempting to throw yet more karaoke fun your way this autumn. PS3 is celebrating the life and work of Take That, while Xbox 360 owners get a follow-up to last year's Lips. Both discs feature a range of chart-toppers, include the proper videos and are compatible with wireless mics. So which is best? FIIIIIGHT.
SingStar Take That
In which Robbie, Gary, Howard, Mark and Oranges follow in the footsteps of Abba and Queen with their very own SingStar compilation. There are 25 songs on the disc, a range which spans the group's entire career. It all began back in 1991 with their first single, Do What U Like, which was accompanied by an amazing video. (Devastatingly the censors have cut all the images of naked buttocks from the SingStar version. One of them has been replaced with a shot of Gary Barlow wobbling a giant strawberry jelly on his chest, which is some consolation.) With lyrics like "Jam - can't spread no more, you've took my bread," it's a miracle this song only made it to number 82 in the charts.
Never forget where you're coming from.
Sony has announced SingStar: Take That for release on PS3 and PS2 later this year.