Brooklyn Beckham might be heading in the direction of yet another new career change, and even his fans are skeptical about it this time.
The 23-year-old – who is the eldest son of former Manchester United and England star David Beckham, and former Spice Girl and fashion designer Victoria Beckham – has once again found himself to be the subject of some social media roasting after featuring in the latest episode of Vogue’s YouTube series ‘7 Days, 7 Looks’ alongside his wife Nicola Peltz-Beckham.
Clips from the video where the couple explain the types of outfits they would typically wear on each day of the week have gone viral and have been plastered all across Twitter and TikTok this week – but not quite for the right reasons.
Fans fear Brooklyn may be ready to try out yet “another new career”.
In case you’re not quite up to speed on the 23-year-old’s life and why a potential career pivot is drawing concern, Brooklyn has most-recently been making a name for himself in the world of cooking, after first kick-starting his career in the public eye with a photography collection book titled What I See in 2017 when he was just 18.
Despite Brooklyn’s best efforts, many may remember the book was widely-criticised on both social media and by professional photographers for its combination of pictures and simple captions.
With the cries of nepotism firmly established following the book’s launch, Brooklyn then decided to venture into the culinary world following his highly-publicised tying of the knot with 27-year-old American actress Nicola Peltz earlier last year, and got himself his own cooking show Cookin’ With Brooklyn on Facebook Live.
Unfortunately, that didn’t go down too well either either, as the online video series also attracted a bit of criticism when it was revealed that it took 62 professionals to create each episode, at a reported cost of $100,000 each.
Critics also pointed out that Beckham has no real professional cooking experience or training.
Because of the several times he’s tried turning his hand to different careers in the past, and because the amateur chef was seen giving his fashion tips and opinions on both his and his wife’s outfits throughout the Vogue video, people now fearing Brooklyn may be considering taking a leaf out of his mum’s book and venturing into the world of fashion.
While plenty of Brooklyn’s usual critics have been sharing their unfavourable takes on social media over the past couple of days, it seems that even some of his fans may be a little skeptical if he does choose to go in the direction of fashion stylist too.
Many are joking that he’s just “using his free trial” of every career, while others are saying he’s “had more professions than Barbie”.
“I see Brooklyn Beckham has his new monthly career,” another tweet reads.
Some are even joking that he may be free to take over the vacant role of New Zealand Prime Minister after Jacinda Ardern stepped down this week.
Brooklyn isn’t oblivious to the fact that he’s been trying out lots of different careers.
Opening up and speaking candidly about experimenting with different avenues in your younger years during an interview with Bustle late last year, Brooklyn concluded: “It’s ok to be 25, 26 or even 30 and not know what you’re doing yet.
Watch Ross from The 1975 pull a few pints at Bunny Jackson’s after sold-out Gorilla gig
Following his band’s sellout intimate gig at Gorilla, Ross from The 1975 decided to celebrate like any true rockstar would: by pulling pints behind the bar at Bunny Jackson’s.
Bassist Ross MacDonald has become somewhat of a cult figure in the band of late, with countless fans swooning over him and his understated manner on stage.
He comes across as just a normal, down-to-earth bloke — so much in fact that he could probably slip into your local bar without anyone really noticing. Well, almost.
Yes, after The 1975 wrapped up their much-talked-about charity set for War Child on Wednesday, Ross decided to head round the corner to everyone’s favourite dive bar and surprise some Manc faces by serving up a few drinks. Because why not?
Imagine getting up to order a pint and some wings only to see Ross fromThe 1975 serving you.
The beloved bar and wing spot on Jack Rosenthal Street is packed to the rafters most nights whether there’s a gig on or not, but with arguably one of the biggest bands in the world right now having played literally metres away at Gorilla, there were plenty of punters enjoy their usual rock-heavy playlist.
That being said, while many may have expected the Wilmslow band to come on shuffle at some point, very few of them would have been expecting to see the long-haired heart-throb himself behind the bar.
Again, so unassuming — just a tall guy in a hoody.
Featured Image — Bunny Jackson/The1975 (via Instagram)
‘Grow up’ – Matty Healy urges Oasis to ‘stop messing around’ and reunite
Matty Healy has urged Oasis to “stop messing around” and get back together in a new interview.
In a video that’s already amassing tens of thousands of views online, the frontman of Manchester-based indie pop rock band, The 1975, has made his thoughts on the feuding Gallagher brothers known during an in-depth interview with on Q with Tom Power from Canadian broadcaster CBC this week.
During the interview, the 33-year-old singer touched on everything from the process of making the band’s latest record, 2022’s critically-acclaimed Being Funny in a Foreign Language, to his onstage antics, and why he’s decided to embrace sincerity and being earnest – but that doesn’t seem to be the main take-away of Manchester music fans.
It’s his opinion of iconic Britpop band Oasis that’s really got people talking.
In what he called a “public service announcement”, Healy claimed Oasis are still “the coolest band in the world” but questioned what the Gallagher brothers are playing at by continuing to fight with each other after all these years.
Telling them to “grow up”, Healy urged Liam and Noel to “get back together and stop messing around”.
Healy told the interviewer: “What are Oasis doing? Can you imagine being in potentially, right now, still the coolest band in the world, and not doing it because you’re in a mard with your brother? I can deal with them dressing like they’re in their twenties but being in their fifties, but acting like they’re in their twenties?
“They need to grow up.”
Healy continued: “Stop marding. They’re men of the people, and they’re sat around in, like, Little Venice and Highgate crying over an argument with their brother.
“Grow up. Headline Glastonbury. Have a good time. Have a laugh.”
The Wilmslow lad also took a second to speak on the popularity of both the Gallagher brothers’ post-Oasis solo projects and endeavours, and claimed fans aren’t as interested in seeing Liam Gallagher or Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds live as they would be going to an Oasis gig.
“There is not one person going to a High Flying Birds gig or a Liam Gallagher gig that would not rather be at an Oasis gig,” Healy claimed.
“There is not one person.
“Not one person is there going, ‘you know what? I loved Definitely Maybe, but my favourite thing is f***ing Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’.”