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'Eddie The Eagle' Premiere - Arrivals

Tony Hadley - 'Eddie The Eagle' Premiere - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 17th March 2016

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Eddie The Eagle European Premiere

Tony Hadley - Eddie the Eagle European Premiere held at the Odeon cinema - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Friday 18th March 2016

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'Eddie The Eagle'European Film Premiere

Tony Hadley - 'Eddie The Eagle' film European premiere, London, Britain - London, United Kingdom - Friday 18th March 2016

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Eddie The Eagle European Film Premiere

Tony Hadley - Eddie The Eagle - European film premiere at Odeon Leicester Square, London at Odeon Leicester Square - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 17th March 2016

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TRIC Awards 2016

Tony Hadley - TRIC Awards 2016 held at Grosvenor House - Arrivals at Grosvenor House - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 8th March 2016

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Spandau Ballet To Split Again


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The band reunited in 2009 after 20 years apart, during which they fell out amid a bitter dispute over royalties, and they went on to release a new album, Once More, play concerts, and produce a successful documentary titled Soul Boys of the Western World.

They embarked on a world tour last year (15), and now frontman Tony Hadley has confirmed the musicians are set to part ways once again following the conclusion of the shows.

"We are done now. We have just finished our tour in Hong Kong. We did a year and a half. That's enough," the singer tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper. "We won't do anything now for about four or five years. I don't want to get the band back permanently.

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Reality Show Bosses Escape Probe Over Spider Eating


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The series, in which stars camp out in the Australian jungle and take part in stomach-churning tests to win food, attracted a wave of criticism during its 2015 run after one participant horrified hundreds of viewers by biting down on a live arachnid and swallowing it.

The stunt by eventual third-placed Fearne MCCann, which aired in December (15), provoked a total of 1,448 complaints to broadcast network ITV and staff at TV watchdog The Office of Communications (Ofcom).

However, Ofcom bosses announced on Monday (11Jan16) they will not be pursuing an investigation because the gruesome consumption of live critters is part of the show's format.

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'I'm A Celebrity' Camp Evacuated Due To Serve Storms


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The I’m A Celebrity camp has had to be evacuated due to severe storms in the Australian outback. The celebrities have now been moved from the main camp to take shelter in the Bush Telegraph as the jungle is ht by thunder, lightening and torrential rain.

Vicky Pattinson'I'm a celebrity' contestant Vicky Pattison.

The bad weather has caused equipment used on the show, such as cameras and lighting to lose power in the last few hours, according to The Mirror. Show bosses are now said to be in a race against time to edit tonight’s scheduled programme.

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Spandau Ballet Star Revamps Pogues Christmas Hit With Italian Eurovision Singer


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The True singer hit the studio with Zilli, who represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012, earlier this year (15) as he recorded tracks for his first holiday release, The Christmas Album.

The original has become an evergreen Christmas hit after first making the festive charts in 1987. It has also been covered by KT Tunstall and Ed Harcourt, Christy Moore and Ronan Keating and Maire Brennan, among others.

Hadley's new solo album also features the Spandau Ballet star's take on Keane's Somewhere Only We Know, Mud's Lonely This Christmas and Greg Lake's I Believe in Father Christmas.

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Spandau Ballet LP For 2016 Release


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Spandau Ballet will release a new album in 2016.

The 'Gold' hitmakers have revealed they plan to put out their first LP of original material in 27 years, next year, following the release of 'Once More' in 2009 when they re-recorded tracks from their back catalogue.

Guitarist Gary Kemp said: ''We did three new songs last year. The next logical step will be to make a whole album of new music. That will be next year, I'm sure.''

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Martin Kemp: Cheese Keeps Spandau Ballet Together


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Martin Kemp says cheese is behind Spandau Ballet's success.

The 53-year-old bassist has revealed having various types of the dairy product with them at all times on tour has become ''the glue'' that keeps the group - Martin, Tony Hadley, Steve Norman, John Keeble and Gary Kemp - together.

He said: ''For the last 30 years our rider hasn't changed. The most important thing is the cheese board - we've got everything: blue cheese, soft cheese, cheddar.

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Spandau Ballet Plan World Tour


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Spandau Ballet are planning a world tour next year.

The 80s pop stars - fronted by Tony Hadley - are set to hit the road in support of their new LP which they are currently recording, their full album for 25 years.

Gary Kemp told The Sun: ''Everything is back on track. We want to go back on tour. We didn't patch things up for money but because we had a deep history with each other.''

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Kim Wilde And Tony Hadley Perform World's Highest Gig


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Kim Wilde and Tony Hadley didn’t have much in common, apart from the fact that they were both pop stars in the 1980’s, however they can now add another bond between them – the pair have just set the record for the highest ever gig!

Now before you start sniggering and asking whether Snoop Dogg was performing that with them, we should point out that this was literally the highest gig. They performed it in a jumbo jet, and they achieved it with a host of other, um, stars, including Bananarama and Go West. Performing at 42,080 feet, they performed a 22 and a half minute set with musical instruments. Wilde played ‘You Came,’ ‘You Keep Me Hangin’ On’ and her biggest hit ‘Kids In America’, whilst Hadley performed ‘True,’ ‘Gold’ and a cover of Queen’s ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’. As NME pointed out, Wilde’s been popping up quite regularly on public transport to perform shows, having played a gig on a tube at the end of last year.

In a statement, Wilde said "I'm becoming an old hand at performing on public transport, in fact I'm getting a bit of a taste for it, so when British Airways asked me to play at 43,000ft I simply couldn't resist. It was great fun and I'm proud to have been a part of it."

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Tony Hadley And Kim Wilde Set New World Record


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Eighties stars Tony Hadley and Kim Wilde set a new world record on Sunday (10Mar13) by playing the highest ever gig.

The Spandau Ballet star and the Kids in America hitmaker teamed up to put on an acoustic show on a jumbo jet for fans, pals and British Airways staff at 43,000 feet (13,000 metres).

The duo, along with other 1980s acts including Bananarama and Go West, beat the previous record of 42,080 feet (12,825 metres) held by James Blunt.

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Tony Hadley And Kim Wilde Eye New World Record


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Eighties stars Tony Hadley and Kim Wilde are teaming up to set a new world record for the highest ever gig by performing together on a jumbo jet.

The Spandau Ballet star and the Kids in America hitmaker will put on an acoustic show for 120 fans, pals and British Airways staff at 43,000 feet (13,000 metres).

The duo, along with other 1980s acts including Bananarama and Go West, who are also taking part in the stunt, hope to beat the current record of 42,080 feet (12,825 metres) held by James Blunt.

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Tony Hadley

Date of birth

2nd June, 1960

Occupation

Musician

Sex

Male

Height

1.93






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