Is it just us who play desk jukebox on a Friday? You know, where you spend the hour when your boss is at lunch shouting out your favourite tunes of the week and playing them on YouTube. Ok, maybe it is just us. But we guarentee you'll be hooked after this. Introducing our new weekly GraziaDaily playlist - a somewhat random collection of the songs that we've heard throughout the last seven days. There's the song that sparked controversy at the Couture shows, the tune we've been listening to while shooting our latest fashion story in New York, and track that had Paris Hilton up on the dance floor. Check them out below. And add your own...
Jai Ho, A R Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire Soundtrack) John Galliano took his bow after the stunning Christian Dior couture show to the thumping Bangra beat of the Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack. We loved it almost as much as we loved the movie but dissenters were heard questioning whether it wasn't just a little weird to associate couture with a film about Indian poverty.
Just Dance, Lady GaGa (Fame) The fashion crowd went wild when Lady Gaga's Just Dance came on at the NOKIA 5800 party in Punk, Tuesday night. Paris Hilton, Jade Jagger, VV Brown and Jodie Harsh packed out the illuminated disco dance floor. The Lady herself watched from the sidelines. But has made up with it since on a marathon UK party burn-up.
So Sorry, Santogold (Santogold) Our fashion team are in New York this week shooting an amazing spread for S/S '09. The song that's keeping the team of models, stylists and photographers sane? Santogold's Lights Out. It's also the hold music for the Stella McCartney press office. So even those of us stuck in the office have heard it a lot this week.
Slave to the Rhythm, Grace Jones (Hurricane) The Roundhouse crowd - decked out in fashion that left even guest Lady GaGa looking tame - went ballistic when the 60-year-old singer and style icon performed Slave to the Rhythm on Tuesday night.
To Lose My Life, White Lies (To Lose My Life) Just because it's awesome. And White Lies are number one in the album charts. And it's been on in our office constantly this week.