It’s emerged that former internet celebrity Christina Dolce – also known as ‘ForBiddeN ’ – passed away several weeks ago at the age of 35. Often dubbed the 'Queen of MySpace’ because of her huge following on the former social networking platform, she had battled with alcoholism in her later years. Not only that, but she also had some pretty famous fans, including Nine Inch Nails and Dave Navarro – both friends of hers on the social network.
Professional strummer and warbler James Arthur has confirmed that he has back with his former girlfriend Jessica – who he broke up with two years ago. “I’m still seeing Jess,” he told The Sun . Jess is really special.
Could the greatest love story ever told – that between Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear – be about to heat up? The former Geordie Shore star tweeted – and swiftly deleted – a post in which she claimed she was going to be his wife, according to those eagle-eyed Twitter watchers at The Mirror.
A word of warning from the people former EastEnder Shane Ritchie – if you value your headgear, stay out of Malvern. The actor, currently on tour with Laura Whitmore in a production of ‘Not Dead Enough’, was reportedly turned away from a nightclub in the town because he was wearing a hat. It’s hard to think of a graver miscarriage of justice if we’re being honest.
The Sun has reported today that friends of the star are concerned that he might have a sex addiction – and that’s the real reason he’s quit the show temporarily. Speaking to the paper, a supposed friend of the star said: “A number of people close to Danny, including members of his family, close friends and people here, realised he was on the wrong track sexually. “Obviously he has battled issues with drink and drugs – but they don’t want him to be heading down a path towards sex addiction.
Just three months previous to this evening’s performance at the 2,000 capacity Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Biffy Clyro played a magnificent, bombastic, sold-out show at London’s O2 Arena. The barbed, serrated edges of songs such as Toys, Toys, Toys, Choke, Toys, Toys, Toys and There is No Such Thing as a Jagged Snake haven't blunted a bit and act as a thrilling reminder of just how peculiar this band used to be.
American rock band Foo Fighters have been announced as headliners for the last night of Glastonbury Festival 2017. Performing at a free concert in Frome, Somerset, on Friday, they announced they would take over the event's Pyramid stage on Saturday June 25. In the teasing video, event organisers pulled up to the location of the summer festival at Worthy Farm, Somerset, only to find the band sitting ready to perform, four months early.
The Foo Fighters will headline Saturday night at Glastonbury Festival this summer, the event's organisers have announced. The American rock band, who will take over the Pyramid stage on Saturday 24 June, revealed the news during a free concert in Frome, Somerset, on Friday evening. The announcement was made via a live stream from the site at Worthy Farm in Somerset.