Cheryl Cole's music can get you evicted. Which artist might leave you homeless someday?
Image Credit: PA Photos/Landov (2)A Cheryl Cole fan’s fellow apartment complex tenants didn’t have ”3 Words” for him yesterday in a U.K court; they had four: Get the hell out. The court ordered 22-year-old Martin Bramwell to vacate his Nottinghamshire apartment because his neighbors said he played Cole’s music into the early morning hours (and was a door slammer. The horror!).
Reading this, I suddenly feared for my own housing status. I’ve never played music into the wee hours of the morning, and that’s in part because my roommates don’t go to bed at 2 a.m. like I do. But I live with two other girls in a two-bed apartment in Manhattan (that’s two beds in one room), and we have been known to throw an impromptu Lady Gaga dance party of three after a night out. Our immediate neighbor never seems to mind – by that I mean she’s never thrown me the middle finger during our brief encounters in the hall. I wonder if she ever dreams about a ”Bad Romance” with ”Alejandro” against her will…
Which artist do you most aggressively blast “share” with your neighbors? And do they mind?