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of boyband Take That leaving his hotel to join his fellow band mates on board a £1.7 million Sun Seeker boat, which will ferry them to their gigs at the O2 Arena - London, England - Tuesday 4th December 2007

Gary Barlow and Take That
Gary Barlow and Take That
Howard Donald and Take That
Howard Donald and Take That
Mark Owen and Take That
Gary Barlow and Take That
Gary Barlow and Take That
Howard Donald and Take That
Howard Donald and Take That
Howard Donald and Take That
Gary Barlow and Take That
Gary Barlow and Take That

Charity preview of Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs - London, England - Wednesday 14th November 2007

Jerry Hall and Suzanne Wyman
Jerry Hall and Suzanne Wyman
Suzanne Wyman
Jerry Hall
Suzanne Wyman and Bill Wyman
Jerry Hall
Suzanne Wyman and Bill Wyman
Suzanne Wyman and Bill Wyman
Jerry Hall
Suzanne Wyman

poses for pictures at the O2 Arena to promote the auction of items from the family's homes in Beverly Hills, Malibu and England. Sale takes place November 30th and December 1st at Julien's Showrooms in Beverly Hills - London, England - Monday 5th November 2007

Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Sir Elton John performs live on stage at the O2 Arena London, England - 05.09.07

Elton John, 50 Cent, Celine Dion, P Diddy, Sir Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Tim Mcgraw and U2

The MOBO Awards held at the O2 Arena - Arrivals - London, England - Wednesday 19th September 2007

Sugababes performing live in concert for the launch of their new album 'Change', held at the O2 Arena - London, England - Friday 14th September 2007

Sugababes performing live in concert for the launch of their new album 'Change', held at the O2 Arena - London, England - Friday 14th September 2007

LED ZEPPELIN TO REUNITE FOR ERTEGUN TRIBUTE SHOW Rock legends LED ZEPPELIN will reunite for a one-off tribute concert for late music mogul AHMET ERTEGUN. After weeks of speculation the band announced the reunion - 27 years after they split - at a press conference in London on Wednesday (12Sep07). A statement reveals, "The incomparable Led Zeppelin will headline the tribute to the man who founded Atlantic Records in 1947. "Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones will be joined by Jason Bonham, the son of their late drummer John Bonham. "In addition, Pete Townshend, Bill Wyman and the Rhythm Kings, Foreigner and Paolo Nutini, all touched by Ertegun's guiding hand over the years, will play on the night. Paolo was the final British artist that Ahmet mentored." The concert will take place at London's O2 Arena on 26 November (07). Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Ahmet Ertegun Education Fund which provides students with annual scholarships to universities in the U.K., USA and Turkey. In addition, a music scholarship open to all will be established at Ravensbourne College in Britain. Led Zeppelin singer Plant says, "During the Zeppelin years, Ahmet Ertegun was a major foundation of solidarity and accord. For us he was Atlantic Records and remained a close friend and conspirator - this performance stands alone as our tribute to the work and the life of our long standing friend." Ertegun died last December at the age of 82. (MEH&IG/WN/MT) Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin

Sophie Ellis-Bextor performing live at the O2 Arena - London, England - Wednesday 5th September 2007

Sir Elton John performs live on stage at the O2 Arena - London, England - Wednesday 5th September 2007

wearing a gold sequined leotard when performing the song ' I Don't Feel like Dancin ' in the encore of the Scissor Sisters concert, held at the O2 Arena. - London England - Thursday 26th July 2007

Scissor Sisters performing live at the O2 Arena - night 2 - London, England - Thursday 26th July 2007

Keane performing live at O2 arena - London, England - Sunday 22nd July 2007

Barbra Streisand performing live at the O2 Arena - London, England - Wednesday 18th July 2007

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