Since being introduced to Sophia Grace and Rosie after seeing their rendition of Nicki Minaj’s “Superbass”, I’ve been in love with the adorable duo ever since.
On Friday’s episode of ‘Ellen”, the two girls invited Justin Bieber to have tea with them while they interviewed the singer on his favourite games, his fears and even his favourite kinds of junk food.
From the video, we get to learn the finer details of the Biebs’ personality. Turns out, his favourite cake is ice cream cake while his favourite cookie, to both Sophia Grace and Rosie’s dismay, is oatmeal raisin.
These girls show some serious chops in being television personalities. If they don’t choose to go ahead with their musical ambitions, I’m sure Ellen will have a permanent show lined up for these little divas.
As three of Canada’s biggest bands of the past 20 years, I Mother Earth, Our Lady Peace and the Tea Party, used to go head-to-head for supremacy on the rock charts.
Now, former members are teaming up on a new project.
The as-of-yet unnamed supergroup is made up of former IME singer Edwin, former OLP guitarist Mike Turner, former Tea Party drummer Jeff Burrows and Amir Epstein, bassist for Toronto band Zygote.
The band is currently not attached to a record label or management.
Burrows recently revealed that the band has been working on material.
“We have four songs in the can and six more ready to record in December,” he said. “Everyone’s got the itch and desire to get it going.”