The 29-year-old was removed from a Jet 2 flight to Spain last month after causing a disturbance on board.
The View frontman Kyle Falconer has entered rehab in Thailand to battle his addictions. The singer has postponed his wedding to fiancée Laura and admitted, “This is my last chance.” It comes after he hit rock bottom last month when he was removed from a flight to Spain after causing a disturbance.
Kyle Falconer has entered rehab in Thailand.
Speaking to The Daily Record, Falconer said: “I know for a fact that I have a problem but it’s hard to bite your tongue sometimes and straight away I start blaming everyone else. I say they were as bad as me but they’re not the people needing to go to rehab.”
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The 29-year-old is said to have become angered when he couldn't sit next to his fiancée.
Kyle Falconer, the singer for Scottish indie band The View, was reportedly arrested after he became “violent and disruptive” on a Jet2 flight from Reus on Friday (June 17). The flight was headed to Spain, but had to be diverted to Nantes, France in order for Falconer to be removed and arrested.
The View's Kyle Falconer
The Scottish Daily Record reports that the singer became verbally abusive after he was moved seats away from his girlfriend. He is said to have shouted and sworn at cabin crew and fellow passengers.
Miss Colorado appeared on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Thursday (17th September) and defended her Miss America monologue.
Kelley Johnson, the Miss America contestant representing Colorado, has made headlines this week for her very different approach to the pageant’s talent contest. Johnson decided not to sing or dance, as is traditional, but performed a monologue. Dressed in scrubs, Johnson explained how her talent is nursing and how she had encountered one patient, Joe, who was very special to her.
Ellen Degeneres at the 41st Annual People's Choice Awards in January 2015.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is "shocked" at the news of her former co-host Sherri Shepherd's departure from ABC's 'The View'.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who left ABC's The Viewlast year, told her Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy that she is "shocked" at the news of Sherri Shepherd's departure from the morning talk show, as US Weekly reports.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck left The View last year.
The 37-year-old discussed her former The View co-host's departures on Friday (27th June) during Fox & Friends. Of Shepherd's departure from the show after seven years, Hasselbeck said "I was shocked, in some ways."
The wife of republican candidate Mitt Romney - the man who is threatening Obama for a second term - has been on The View to discuss some hot topics including abortion.
"The good news is, I'm not running for office and I don't have to say what I feel. But I am pro life. I'm happy to say that," the candidate's wife said when asked whether she, like her husband, had changed her stance on abortion. "He could not have, on his conscience, creating human life for experimentation," Romney said. "That's when he came out saying he was pro life. I think we all have to understand this is an issue that is so tender and there are people on both sides of the issue, with very good conscience, coming with a different opinion." Mrs. Romney denied that this was as big an issue for women as the economy is, and when asked if the two bared any correlation, she once again diverted the attention to her husband. "You know, again, I would love it if you'd get my husband on the couch, Joy, and you could go down with that all you want," she said.
Romney, like Michelle Obama, is doing the press push which is oh so mandatory for a would-be presidents wife. Someone should make a really long TV series about it. Oh, wait.
In 2007 Scottish Indie darlings The View released 'Hats Off To The Buskers'. They released 5 singles from it, it went to #1 and it earned them a Mercury Music Prize nomination. Since then the band have released two further albums, 'Witch Bitch' and 'Bread and Circuses'. Both were commercially successful releases and, whilst they may not have been as well received critically, they were to the liking of most of their fans. All were released on the 1965 record label.
Skip forward five years from their meteoric introduction and halcyon honeymoon and the band have switched labels, stewed over the new album's release and seemingly lost nearly all of their original charm and appeal. The album 'Cheeky For A Reason' sees a very different View from that which broke onto the music scene four albums ago. This View is all about anthemic, characterless sing-a-longs full of vacuous tedium with little, if any, redeeming features.
Single release 'How Long' kicks off the cliche ridden portfolio of Scotch Rock. Were The Bay City Rollers, Big Country, Biffy Clyro and The Proclaimers ever to collaborate and write an album together, it would probably sound exactly like this. Whilst that may fill a few of you with deep joy at such a prospect, hearing the actual result is an unpleasant, nauseous experience. If you're 13 and have been raised on the Outer Hebrides by tyrannical and strictly religious parents and the only music available to you is the mating call of the Subalpine Warbler then this album by The View will come as a revelation to you, otherwise avoid it at all costs.(Actually, avoid it if it's free).
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