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Tony Hadley - The funeral of Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt at Woking Crematorium in Surrey. Parfitt died in December in Spain from sepsis related to a shoulder injury. - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 19th January 2017
The weather in Australia has been so bad that ITV bosses have had to get the celebrities out of camp.
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.
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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Tony Hadley - Shots of British new wave band Spandau Ballet as they performed live in concert at the 3Arena on their opening night of their 'Soul Boys of The Western World' tour in Dublin, Ireland - Tuesday 3rd March 2015
Tony Hadley & wife Alison Evers - Members of 80s new wave band Spandau Ballet seen leaving The Clarence Hotel to perform the first night of their Soulboys of The Western World Live Tour at 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland - 03.03.15. - Dublin, Ireland - Tuesday 3rd March 2015
Spandau Ballet were one of the most iconic British bands of the 80s, incorporating style and image with catchy pop anthems and becoming a major part of the New Romantic movement. They sold more than 25 million records and landed three Platinum albums including their 1983 breakthrough 'True', as well as being responsible for the smash hits 'True' and 'Gold'. However, tensions in the band began to rise with increasingly inflating egos and brothers Gary and Martin Kemp venturing into acting with 'The Krays'. It was a cold break-up which didn't last as they reunited for another release in 2009 with 'Once More'. Now they're together again to discuss their music and relationship over the years at the Royal Albert Hall to coincide with the screening of their new documentary.
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The pair perform at over 43,000 ft
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 - British Airways flies into the Guinness World Records Book! British Airways has today (10Feb13) set two Guinness World Record titles including the 'Highest Harlem Shake' and 'Highest Concert' in the sky, with Tony Hadley and Kim Wilde performing their hits on a red-nosed Boeing 767 aircraft at 43,000ft for Comic Relief. Celebrating 25 years of Red Nose Day, the airline has raised over £4.5 million for Flying Start - the airline's charity partnership with Comic Relief. Fronted by Shane Richie, 128 lucky passengers were treated to exclusive performances from Bananarama and Go West on the ground, and Tony Hadley and Kim Wilde in the air. Passengers also danced their way into the Guinness World Record books by performing the highest 'Harlem Shake'. Magic 105.4 presenter Kim 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." Spandau Ballet front man Tony Hadley, said: "I'm very excited to be in the Guinness Book of Records, it's quite an amazing feat to be part of. It's really great that British Airways has put this event on, which has raised thousands of pounds for Flying Start." On board the flight, Captain Mannering-Smith announced when the aircraft reached the correct altitude for the performances to begin. In order to break the previous Guinness World Record held by James Blunt at 42,080ft, the artists had to perform a 15-minute set at higher altitude, accompanied by musical instruments. The event officially lasted 22 minutes and 36 seconds at 43,000ft. Assisted by her brother on guitar, Kim Wilde rose to the challenge singing her hits including; 'You Came', 'You keep me hangin' on' and 'Kids in America', while Tony Hadley enthralled the crowd with acoustic renditions of 'True', 'Gold' and a cover of Queen's 'Crazy little thi - United Kingdom - Sunday 10th March 2013
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