The band waited until after the support acts had performed to announce Dappy was not well enough to go through with the show.
N-Dubz are heading for a reunion after a five-year break from releasing music as a trio, according to Fazer, they'll be back 'soonish'.
The female Boss hasn’t had the easiest few years. A leaked sex tape, trouble with the law, a drug sting, alleged fisticuffs at festivals and some fairly unusual cosmetic surgery choices.
Former X Factor judge Tulisa says her ‘druggy’ public image is ‘a class thing’, and that posher stars caught up in drug scandals get off lightly. Talking to Noisey, the former N-Dubz singer claimed she’d been “dragged through the mud” due to class prejudice, and compared her case to that of Nigella Lawson, who openly admitted taking cocaine.
Tulisa’s back! The singer – who is a former member of hip-hop group N-Dubz – has unveiled a teaser for her comeback single, featuring a series of smouldering stares, plenty of pool partying, bikinis and a jet ski. The former X Factor star, 28, has recorded a cover of Sweet Like Chocolate, which was originally released by garage music duo Shanks & Bigfoot and topped the Official Singles Chart for two weeks in 1999. Speaking about the new song, Tulisa said: “I’ve taken the chorus of an old school classic and written around it.
Another day, another rumour about who could be swapping caviar for kangaroo’s you-know-what for I’m A Celebrity, with today’s rumour mill suggesting that Tulisa could be entering the Australia jungle later this year. Brand expert Marcel Knobil, founder of Superbrands, has ‘advised’ the star to do a stint in the jungle to win the public’s sympathy after she was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving last week. “But perhaps for Tulisa we need to see the modern Taming Of The Shrew.
Yesterday it was reported that Tulisa had been released on bail after she crashed her Ferrari and was arrested for drink driving, however, the former X Factor judge is said to be absolutely convinced that she was not over the limit.