In Tune – Bono, Bieber & Miley
What a week we've seen in music!
2014 started off with a bang with a big win for the world's biggest rock band.
U2 won Best Original Score at the Golden Globes at the weekend for their hit Ordinary Love from the soundtrack to Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Speaking to the press after, frontman Bono made an endearing connection to Cape Town with the hit song. He told the world's media that the only time he ever saw Madiba upset was during a tour of his Robben Island cell. Mandela was telling Bono how he'd look at Table Mountain and Cape Town, longing for freedom.
It's a great film and a great song.
On the other end of the inspiration scale we have Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.
Bieber has been in the news this week after a police raid at his home saw one arrest and cocaine seized. Young Bieber's family and friends - including on-off sweetheart Selena Gomez - are reportedly asking Bieber to check himself into rehab.
Cyrus meanwhile continues to make music videos naked. Her latest single Adore You, sees her naked between the sheets of her bed. It follows her naked with a sledgehammer in the Wrecking Ball video.
Hardly role model material between the two of them.
I'm going to put a phonecall through the Bono camp to see if we can get Bieber and Cyrus to job shadow Bono. Only U2 can save them now.