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Top of the Pops February 11th 5pm - 6pm TV2

Top of the Pops

Saturday February 11th 5pm - 6pm TV2

TV Guide Best on the Box "Best Music Show"

Over the weekend while the rest of New Zealand was relaxing at the beach soaking up the rays, Bede was slaving away back at the Top of the Pops headquarters putting together a blinder of a show.

First on the board, he's wrangled two blazing live performances starting with King Kapisi back in the Top of the Pops studio with his brand new single Lollipop. Plus, Ryan McPhun & The Ruby Suns, an eight-piece band complete with horns and one very catchy song, will be along to get you dancing too.

Bede then rustled through the Top of the Pops treasure box and pulled out some top-notch performances from Shakira, My Life Story, and Girls Aloud. Plus, a whole bunch more… Crikey!

Thinking that wasn't quite enough, he's pulled some strings and arranged for two tickets to Splore to give away - all you have to do is head to the Top of the Pops page on to enter the draw. While you're there check out the latest albums to be won from Ashlee Simpson and Kanye West.

Good on you, Bede!


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