A STAR STUDDED LINE-UP PERFORM AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL TO CELEBRATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE 2012
One of television’s best loved personalities, comedian, actor and children’s author David Walliams is to host The Royal Variety Performance 2012 at the magnificent Royal Albert Hall. This year 2012 will mark the 100th anniversary of The Royal Variety Performance in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
Sky 1 HD today announced that it has secured exclusive and unprecedented access to one of Britain’s biggest pop icons ahead of his long awaited musical comeback this Autumn. Robbie Williams will be rocking the London O2 this November and Sky 1 will be there to follow every step of the journey with a weekend of dedicated programming.
With his ‘Take The Crown’ show set to be his most stunning yet, Sky 1 HD will be live broadcasting his London O2 Arena concert on the 24th November into living rooms across the country.
A raft of Hollywood superstars will be joining Soccer Aid 2012’s star-studded line up at Old Trafford’s hallowed turf to help raise money for UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s organisation, at the end of May.
Major international stars representing the Rest of the World squad for the very first time include US comic actor/ producer Will Ferrell (Anchorman, SNL and the forthcoming comedy film ‘Casa De Mi Padre’ which is a Spanish-language comedy opening in June in the UK) and Scottish actor Gerard Butler (300, Rocknrolla)
Soccer Aid is back! The epic sporting event will be kicking off on Sunday 27th May at Manchester’s legendary Old Trafford stadium and will broadcast live on ITV1. Two star-studded squads of footballing legends and high-profile celebrities from England and the Rest of the World will compete in an electrifying football match all in aid of UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s organisation.
As you may have read in the Daily Mirror yesterday, Take That singer Robbie Williams declared that everyone, himself included, would like to sleep with boffin turned sex goddess, Carol Vorderman.
During a live web chat, and shortly after discussing if he would ever sleep with a man – for the right price – the talk turned to ‘cougars’, which is when Robbie said, “Is there anyone in the room who wouldn’t sleep with Carol Vorderman?
“The whole room would sleep with Carol Vorderman.”
And today, the paper reports that Carol “nearly choked on her cornflakes” when she read what Robbie had said, and later, she was “bombarded” with tweets from hundreds of men who echoed Robbie’s sentiments… Read more & comment »
The Unreality TV team happily skipped down to Dublin on Sunday night to watch the wonderful Take That play in Croke park.
We were always a little resentful of Robbie Williams for leaving the band back in the good old days and so weren’t really expecting to enjoy his performance segment. However after the four piece consisting of Jason Orange, Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Gary Barlow finished their first few songs, then left the stage as Robbie bungee jumped off the top of the set, we were gripped.
Robbie Williams has come to the rescue of Joss Stone and taken her under his wing after two men were discovered to be plotting to murder her.
The Take That hunk (who is sadly married and currently unavailable) is said to be close pals with the soul singer and was so concerned when he heard about her recent drama, that he asked her to come and spend some time with him while his band performed in Cardiff, Wales.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “Robbie and Joss have been mates for years. He got straight on the phone to see if she was OK and invited her to Wales.
“She’s still in shock but Robbie did his best to put a smile back on her face. His cheeky chappy side was in overdrive when they met up after the gig.
“She was making light of it too, joking that it’s been like an episode of ‘Midsomer Murders’.”
Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams performed an amazing duet during tonight’s Help For Heroes gig.
In a moment that almost made us faint with excitement, the Take That stars were filmed singing together in public for the first time since Robbie left the band in 1995. Before the show, the duo released a joint statement saying:
‘It’s great that people love Shame so much and we can’t wait to perform it live for the first time at the Help For Heroes show…We hope everyone supports Help for Heroes as much as possible – it’s a great bill and we are thrilled to be a part of it.’
Robbie Williams has released the video above, in which he announces Soccer Aid 2010. In aid of Unicef, the sports challenge will also feature Westlife’s Nicky Byrne, Jonathan Wilks, James Corden, Patrick Kielty, Jamie Theakston, Jamie Redknapp Gordon Ramsay, Ricky Hatton, Patrick Kielty, Ben Shephard and Bradley Walsh.