Wesley Quirke, Chris De Burgh, Rosanna Davison and Diane De Burgh - Former Miss World Rosanna Davison and new husband Wesley Quirke seen with her family at Dublin Airport this afternoon on their way to Ibiza were they will offically be married at the weekend - Dublin, Ireland - Thursday 29th May 2014
Diane Davison, Michael Davison, Chris De Burgh and Rosanna Davison - Chris de Burgh's youngest son Michael Davison has a post-graduation Japanese meal with his dad Chris, mum Diane, and sister Rosanna Davison at Yamamori on Georges Street after receiving his Business Degree from Trinity College today... - Dublin, Ireland - Monday 2nd December 2013
Since his heyday in the 80s, Chris De Burgh has always lent himself to be joke fodder - be it his rather dismal back-catalogue, his hilariously uncool appearance or something else, De Burgh has never really endeared himself to most. In a recent interview with The Independent, the 'Lady In Red' singer has added more fuel to the fire of his expense.
In the interview, published in today's Independent (Jan 13), De Burgh comes across as a rather interesting fellow, with his strange mannerisms and slightly over-friendly approach, but there is one excerpt from the interview where the singer really does put his foot in his mouth. When asked about how he feels in his own skin, and if he knows who he really is, the singer impudently says: "I love myself. I'm not saying this in a narcissistic way"
Out of context, we'll admit, that does look a little stranger than it might otherwise, but the rest of the interview doesn't lend the singer too many favours either. Constantly starting sentences with "As someone who has sold over 45 million records..." and going on to claim “I am much loved,” Chris may find himself in the logbook of comedians once again. Still, all publicity is good publicity.
The upcoming Live 8 concert taking place in Germany is suffering from a lack of support from both businesses, and the government in Berlin.
The people in charge of organising the Live 8 concert in Germany, have fought back against Berlin government and the businesses in the city, after they failed to pledge their support towards the concert that promotes anti-poverty. The Live 8 concert is set to involve multiple, simultaneous performances from a number of artists around the world in various venues.
Comedian Brian Wilson is set to appear at the concert
Comdeian Brian Wilson, Chris De Burgh and Green Day, are set to perform in front of the German capital's Siegessaule on 2nd July 2005. At the same time, performances are being held in Capitals and major cities like London, Johannesburg, Paris, Rome, Philadelphia, Tokyo and Barrie, Canada. One of the concert promoters, Marek Lieberberg, has revealed that he approached around 50 important German companies, and yet not a single one chose to support the upcoming high profile performances.
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