The 61-year-old former EastEnders star said in his new book Ticket to the World: My 80s Story the band's behaviour “tipped over into bullying”.
The former Spandau Ballet frontman has accused his bandmates of lying about why he left the group.
Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley thinks the commercial using one of the band's songs is in "bad taste".
The West End actor has revealed he felt humiliated after learning he had been sacked from Spandau Ballet during a TV interview.
The star opens up for the first time on the new look of the band.
Tony Hadley announced on Twitter today that he has quit Spandau Ballet “due to circumstances beyond his control,” but the band hit back this afternoon stating he has wanted to leave the group since September. The ‘True’ hitmakers are not happy and said they are frustrated with the singer because they said he has refused to work with the group – comprised of brothers Martin and Gary Kemp, Steve Norman and John Keeble – for months and they have now decided to move on without him. Responding to his abrupt exit, they wrote on their website: “Much to our frustration, Tony had made it clear in September 2016 that he didn’t want to work with the band anymore.
What happens in the jungle doesn’t actually stay in the jungle according to these reports, which claim I’m A Celebrity campmates Lady Colin Campbell and Duncan Bannatyne refused to attend the wrap party as their feud continues. According to The Mirror, only finalists Ferne McCann and George Shelley greeted Lady C at the Versace hotel, with Duncan Bannatyne, Tony Hadley and other campmates keeping their distance. Duncan and Tony Hadley stayed sat down drinking and made no attempt to acknowledge Lady C.
ITV have DENIED Lady Colin Campbell’s claims that Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley ‘bullied’ her during her I’m A Celebrity experience. Despite it being said that Lady C left the show on ‘medical grounds’, she has since revealed that it was the alleged bullying that pushed her to bow out of the jungle. In a statement released to The Mirror, a spokesperson said: “Producers responded fully to Lady C’s medical requirements by giving her the camouflaged bed which viewers saw was placed on her bed and by giving her a hard backed chair to sit in that was also featured on the show.
Sad news for Spandau Ballet enthusiasts the world over this morning – after Lady C superfan Tony Hadley made a shock exit from the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ jungle last night. "It had nothing to do with who it was.
Lady Colin Campbell quit I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here earlier this week amid a bullying row. Dima denies that his mum is a snob and that it was the media that turned her arguments with Tony and Duncan into a class thing. Dima also explained that Lady C’s jungle fall was behind her sudden exit on Wednesday, as she was in agonising pain.
Despite it being said that Lady Colin Campbell left I’m A Celebrity on ‘medical grounds’, it’s being claimed that it was actually bullying that led to her walking out. According to The Sun, Lady C is in ‘perfect health’ and left the jungle after threatening to call her lawyers over Tony Hadley and Duncan Bannatyne’s treatment of her. A source told them: “Lady C says she was being mercilessly bullied by Duncan and Tony.
Kieron Dyer has become the first campmate to tell bosses ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’ after Lady Colin Campbell had a blazing row with her fellow campmates. Luckily though, Kieron was talked out of walking away by Chris Eubank, who gave him a pep talk, sportsman-to-sportsman.
Lady Colin Campbell was NOT impressed at Tony Hadley’s refusal to be her servant on last night’s I’m A Celebrity - so much so that she’s plotting revenge. It all kicked off when campmates fought it out for the chance to nab a night in the luxury jungle boutique hotel - a prize won by Lady C, Kieron Dyer and Chris Eubank. Tony immediately made his feelings about their assigned roles clear, telling his fellow campmates: “I don’t want to do it.
The peaceful atmosphere in the I’m A Celebrity camp didn’t even last as long as Gemma Collins’ jungle experience of 2014.