February 26, 2013 By Ron Bennington Musicians, singers and songwriters Zac, Taylor and Isaac Hanson who form the group Hanson are best known for bursting onto the scene with the smash hit Grammy nominated song “MmmBop.” Since then, they’ve sold over 15 million records worldwide. They’re now recording under their own label and have a new […]
Nikki Reed was surprised to learn that both she and her good friend Kat Dennings ‘are massive Hanson fans’.
The actresses are very close, but Nikki only recently realised that they share a deep affinity for all things Hanson related.
I think that’s just the luck of the draw, in regard to genes. Truthfully, I’ve used various pomades and things, but I actually don’t use that stuff anymore. I just use whatever hairspray I can get a hold of to just keep it from floppin’ all over the place. That’s about it. I use very little hair product in general, and I don’t even use the same shampoo consistently, so … there you go! I’m pretty sure Zac and Tay are the same.
Hanson, ‘Get the Girl Back’ — Band Gives Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of the Video (EXCLUSIVE)
Although Hanson has known Nikki for a few years, Kat recently reached out to the brothers via social media to tell them she’s a huge fan! When the idea for the “Get The Girl Back” music video came up, the band asked the actresses to be in it. “It was a very fun thing because they [Nikki and Kat] are genuine fans of our band,” Isaac Hanson tells AOL Music. “It also didn’t hurt that they’re actually friends.”
Once upon a time, back in 2011, Zac Hanson of Hanson confirmed the band was planning on crafting a beer. The idea for the beverage named — you guessed it — “MmmHop” “has been brewing for some time,” the drummer said.After the initial announcement (and enthusiastic response from the “MmmBop” generation, most of whom are above the legal drinking age), all news on the IPA seemed to trickle off.
Carly Rae Jepsen, Hanson: ‘Call Me Maybe’ Star Bonds With Boy Band Over Whiskey, Possible Collaborations
Before Carly Rae Jepsen caught the ear of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, the “Call Me Maybe” singer was already busy impressing another bunch of teen idols. Over the course of their cross-Canadian tour together this past winter, Jepsen and ’90s pop sensation Hanson became both friends and fans of each others work.
In case you haven’t been to your local mall lately (or just stepped out of the house in general), the holidays are officially everywhere. And with holiday fever come a few telltale symptoms — like gift buying and giving, tree decorating, candle lighting, dreidel spinning, traveling, and hopefully tons of eggnog to wash it all down.
“Natalie and I are thrilled to announce the arrival of our newest family member, Wilhelmina Jane Hanson,” Taylor tells PEOPLE exclusively. “She arrived on Tuesday, Oct. 2, and was welcomed by more love than could fit in the room.”
Taylor, 29 — who is one third of the band Hanson with his brothers Isaac and Zac — and Natalie, 28, told PEOPLE in April that they were expecting again, and announced in July that baby on the way was a girl.
An Oxfordshire man who bombarded US pop group Hanson with 461 daily video messages requesting they play at his wedding has been made a “dream” offer.
James Bishop, 26, from Abingdon, and his friend Chris Douch, started sending messages to the band in February 2011.
They replied using YouTube, offering to fly Mr Bishop and his fiancee Jennie Tripp to Jamaica for their honeymoon.
1997: Hanson will probably spend the rest of their lives trying and failing to come up with a song that emulates the genius of MMMBop, and there’s no shame in that.
Rolling Stone readers voted MMMBop the sixth worst song of the 90s, but such arrant rockist snobbery need detain us no further. MMMBop would have been a brilliant song, even before producers The Dust Brothers set about sprinkling magic wikki-wikki pop dust all over it. It’s also a song whose wisdom is inversely proportionate to the age (16, 13, 11) of the three brothers that wrote it.