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The former Girls Aloud singer is said to have been in a brief relationship with Benjamin Costain having met at a football match last year.
Former Girls Aloud star and current contestant in ‘The Jump’ Sarah Harding apparently enjoyed a brief romantic fling with a 21 year old man, and wasn’t put off by the fact he was living with his parents at the time.
The Sun reported on Monday (February 1st) that the 34 year old singer met Benjamin Costain at a football match last year, and that she was apparently so taken with him that she didn’t even care that he hadn’t moved out of home.
Sarah Harding pictured in 2015
The former Girls Aloud singer performed her debut single for the first time on breakfast television
Sarah Harding is not having a good time of it lately with criticism being flung at her for almost everything she does at the moment. The former Girls Aloud star showed off her debut single on Lorraine this morning and, while miming is often expected from popstars, poorly timed miming simply won’t wash with Twitter it turned out.
Sarah Harding may not be smiling so much when she reads reviews of her recent performance
Performing her songThreads for the public for the first time, the singer was lambasted for her inability to mime accurately while throwing herself into the song.
Continue reading: Sarah Harding Criticised For Miming And Doing It Badly
The former Girls Aloud star made just four guest appearances in 'Corrie' this week, but the show's producers have decided not to extend her character's storyline.
Sarah Harding’s soap career would seem to have crashed and burned after barely having taken off, with the news that her ‘Coronation Street’ character Joni Preston is to be removed from the show after just four episodes.
Former Girls Aloud singer Harding, 33, played the estranged wife of Robert Preston in the long-running ITV soap this week, but was slammed by ‘Corrie’ fans and TV critics for her acting skills. In the aftermath, the show has decided not to take up the option of extending her character’s storyline.
Sarah Harding in London earlier this week
Continue reading: Sarah Harding Axed From 'Coronation Street' After Just 4 Episodes
Sarah Harding - Blown Away: Sarah Harding takes on Virgin Media's High Speed Selfie - a 270mph photo booth experience created to mark the start of its fibre broadband expansion across the UK. The booth is open to the public in Manchester today (Monday and Tuesday). Brits are encouraged to register at virginmedia.com/cablemystreet to demand high speed broadband comes to their street. - Manchester, United Kingdom - Monday 22nd June 2015
Rebecca Ferguson and Sarah Harding - Celebrities attends M&M's World in Leicester Square to launch M&M's Character Election of the newly introduced Ms. Brown - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 14th April 2015
The former wildchild pop star will be joining the cast for a short series of guest appearances later this year.
The 33 year old singer will temporarily join the cast of the long-running soap institution for four episodes later this year. She’ll apparently play a feisty character who stirs up trouble for Tracy Barlow.
Sarah Harding is to feature briefly in 'Coronation Street' later in 2015
Continue reading: Girls Aloud's Sarah Harding To Join 'Coronation Street'
We honestly don't even know where to start. There's just too much wrong with Veet's 'Don't Risk Dudeness' ad campaign.
There’s been a lot of fuss over Veet’s latest advertising campaign. The hair removal brand has run a series of ads implying that if women don’t remove their body hair they immediately turn into a dude. The idea behind the ads appears to be ‘remove all body hair or your boyfriend will be see you as a man and be totally disgusted by you’. In one advert a man sleepily rubs his bed partner’s leg, when he discovers the hair on it he immediately awakens to discover that, SHOCK, HORROR, his girlfriend has turned into a man. When she admits she hasn’t shaved in a day (a WHOLE DAY? what a tramp!) he is so reviled by her/him that he holds the sheets close to his body and attempts to distance himself.
Sarah Harding was the face for Veet in 2010
In another advert a woman hails a taxi, but upon seeing her prickly armpits the taxi driver looks disgusted and drives away. “Sh*t, I shaved yesterday”, she/he curses. “Don’t risk dudeness”, a voiceover warns. It’s impressive in this day and age that advertisers are still churning out the same regurgitated Stone Age message. You’d think some of the finest minds in advertising would be able to think up something more inventive than encouraging women to vigilantly remove all hair from their bodies lest the world view them as hairy, unattractive men. Ladies of the world, you’ve been warned! Remove all hair or risk being seen as overweight, hairy and so hideous that you can’t even hail a cab.
Danny Dyer has made no secret of the fact he's made bad movies - though Assassin could turn out to be one of his better efforts.
Danny Dyer has teamed up with noted action movie producers Jonathan Sothcott and J.K Amalou for the hitman thriller Assassin. Sothcott - a ridiculously prolific producer of action flicks - recently worked with Dyer on Vendetta, though there appears to be a heightened buzz surrounding their latest effort.
Described as a "glossy action film", the movie will see Dyer play a professional contract killer who compromises himself when he realizes that his latest victim is the estranged father of the girl he has fallen in love with, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
"JK [Amalou] has written a brilliantly slick script and I cannot wait to start work with him, he's a force of nature of a filmmaker," producer Sothcott said. "I look forward to continuing building the new Danny Dyer brand with Assassin and Vendetta." Shooting on the movie is scheduled to begin in August with the filmmakers aiming to have a promo ready for the American Film Market in the fall.
Continue reading: Danny Dyer To Play Contract Killer In 'Brilliantly Slick' 'Assassin'
Girls Aloud star didn't get any special treatment in court
Sarah Harding has been banned from driving and fined £500 for using her mobile phone at the wheel, MTV have reported. The Girls Aloud star appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court today (April 16, 2013) to answer the charges and it didn’t turn out well for the star who was unable to wriggle out of the punishment that greeted her.
Harding already had nine points for speeding on her license, as she headed to court, suggesting that she perhaps isn’t the most diligent of drivers. She landed a £500 fine for being caught on her mobile whilst driving and was also ordered to pay a £20 victim support surcharge as well as an extra £85 in prosecution costs. Harding’s lawyer Nick Freeman did his best to defend the pop singer but there was simply no convincing the judge. Freeman attempted to argue the case that she was only using her mobile phone because she was lost on the way to a business meeting when the police spotted her. We’re not sure which legal school Freeman went to but using a phone while driving ‘because you are lost’ doesn’t actually stop it being ‘very much against the law.’
Judge Nina Tempia wasn’t about to fall for Freeman’s sob story, it seems and said to Sarah “He is asking the court to deal with you as opposed to a normal person. Well, you are a normal person. I can see no reason why you shouldn't be disqualified." And boom! She disqualified her.
There were tears all-round at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on Wednesday as Girls Aloud called time on their hugely successful career.
Girls Aloud have officially called time on their stunning career in pop music after playing a final show in Liverpool on Wednesday evening (March 20, 2013). The show at the Echo Arena capped a 12-date sold-out farewell tour in the UK, following ten hugely successful years together for the girl group. "We have now come to the end of our incredible time together," read a tweet on the band's official account.
Girls Aloud formed after appearing on reality TV show Popstars: The Rivals in 2002, going straight to No.1 with their debut single 'Sound of the Underground,' and easily seeing off the competition from hapless rival band One True Voice. The group, made up of Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts, achieved a string of 22 consecutive hit singles, including four No.1's. Cole - the most successful of the group - tweeted after the Liverpool gig, "I love you @GirlsAloud fans so so so so so much! You have given me everything!" adding, "To the people that haven't been able to make it, for whatever reason, we feel your support regardless and have done for 10 yrs."
Cheryl Cole Performing At Girls Aloud's Final Show In Liverpool
Danny Dyer's Latest Movie 'Run For Your Wife' Has Taken Just £605 At The Box Office
Poor old Danny Dyer. Actually, let's not pity him - he was one the one who signed up for Run For Your Wife, a comedy also starring Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding and presenter Denise Van Outen. The movie scored a collective 0% rating on the reviews aggregating website Rotten Tomatoes, with Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian damningly writing "The trouser-dropping 80s stage farce finally hits the big screen with Danny Dyer, to kill off any remaining British self-respect." Oh dear.
The movie has scored rather dismal box-office return of just £602 from nine cinemas, delivering an average of £67, plus previews of £320, according to The Guardian. Dyer can probably take a crumb of comfort in the fact that many of the sites only screened the film on Sundays, and the movie will play it at least a further 65 cinemas this week though mainly in late morning and afternoon slots. The movie - which features numerous high profile stars including Judi Dench who agreed to donate their fees to a theatre charity - follows the story of a London cab driver, played by Dyer, who has two wives, two lives and precise schedule for juggling both. One of his loves resides in Streatham, while another is settled in Wimbledon. The weird trailer was a foreboding sign, featuring Denise Van Outen singing a theme song while Danny Dyer falls out of windows and hits himself in the face with garden rakes. Oh, and Neil Morrissey turns up, for a bit.
Continue reading: Danny Dyer's 'Run For Your Wife' Takes £605: His Worst Movie Ever?
British farces work on stage, but usually feel agonisingly stupid on screen. And this is a worst-case scenario, as playwright Cooney adapts his classic 1983 farce without even the slightest adjustment for the cinema. Everything is played as broadly as possible, with luridly coloured sets and actors performing to the top balcony rather than cameras that are right in their faces. So even if it's energetic and sometimes amusingly silly, it's painful to sit through.
Everything centres around John Smith (Dyer), a cheeky cabbie who lives two idyllic lives. He lives with his wife Michelle (Van Outen) in South London and has a second wife Stephanie (Harding) north of the river, juggling them with his shift-work. One day he's injured while rescuing a bag lady (Dench) from two thugs, and he ends up in the hospital. When he doesn't come home on time, Michelle calls the South London police and meets a detective (Cartwright). But Stephanie also calls a cop (Le Prevost), and the two officers are about to rumble John's whole set-up. So he asks his chucklehead neighbour (Morrissey) for help.
As a farce, the story is full of possibility for slapstick hilarity and more telling social comedy. But Cooney never taps into any of this, instead creating a hectic movie that never pauses to catch its breath. Dialog is shouted at full pitch, which bulldozes any potential for clever wit. And most of the actors are goaded into giving smirking performances that make the characters deeply unlikeable. Everyone goes on about what a nice guy John is, but Dyer plays him as a panicky liar who cares about nothing but his own skin. And both Van Outen and Harding over-react so ludicrously to everything that we can't understand how John can bear to be around them.
Continue reading: Run For Your Wife Review
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