David Beckham was involved in a vehicular smash up with The Wanted at his son Romeo's tenth birthday party.
David Beckham was involved in a vehicular smash up with The Wanted.
The boy band played at soccer superstar's son Romeo's tenth birthday party recently, which took place at a go-kart track, and saw David crash into the back of band member Siva Kaneswaran.
He told Hollyscoop.com: ''We're flying on the go-karts and suddenly I get a massive smash in my car.
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Coldplay don't sell tickets for the front rows of their concerts - preferring to upgrade excited fans who are sitting at the back of the venue.
Coldplay give away the best seats at their gigs to passionate fans.
The 'Viva La Vida' hitmakers don't sell tickets for The Front rows of the venues they play but instead send staff to look for excitable audience members sitting far away from the stage as they think their energy makes for a better show than the prestigious seats being taken by ''the highest bidders''.
Discussing correspondence with some fans, the group's roadie wrote on their blog: ''After a bit of email back and forth, it turns out that they were in the front row after being 'upgraded' from seats way up the back. The band have done this for ages now.
Continue reading: Coldplay Give Best Seats To 'Real' Fans
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