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Vanilla Ice Inexplicably Playing 2010 Glastonbury Festival

Vanilla Ice Inexplicably Playing 2010 Glastonbury Festival

If there were a Guiness Record for "Song Most Played Ironically," Vanilla Ice's 1989 Queen-sampling track "Ice Ice Baby" would certainly be in contention for it. And, if there were a Guiness Record for "Concert Most Attended Ironically," then the newly confirmed Vanilla Ice appearance at 2010's Glastonbury Festival would be in contention for that dubious fake award as well. According to his MySpace and a report by NME, Ice will be performing at one of the bars at Glastonbury on June 24. So, if you want to set a fake ironic attendance record, the final batch of tickets will be available starting 9am on April 11 at this link. [NME]

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Makes no sense at all.

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makes perfect sense for any festival from an entertainment/absurdly compelling standpoint. on another note, how bout those gridlace bodysuits from AA? take that over neon effen trees any day

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