Gary Barlow has chosen ‘The Collective’ as the name for the ‘Children in Need’ band, which includes artists Wretch 32, Rizzle Kicks, Labrinth, N Dubz, Ed Sheeran, Ms Dynamite, Mz Bratt, Dot Rotten and Tinchy Stryder. The name was selected from suggestions made by The Sun readers. The UK stars are all coming together to record this year’s charity single, a remake of Massive Attack’s ‘Teardrop’ which will be released on November 13th.
Some official photos of the brand spanking new X Factor judging panel have been released. Auditions began today in Birmingham with Gary Barlow taking Simon Cowell’s old seat, Tulisa in Cheryl’s and Kelly Rowland where Dannii Minogue formerly sat.
X Factor UK is set to begin shooting tomorrow with the first set of auditions in Birmingham. The line up will include N-Dubz’s Tulisa, Kelly Rowland, Gary Barlow and Louie Walsh. Click under the cut to find out what the new panel will be paid for the 8th series of the hit show.
Coldplay performed their new single, “Christmas Lights” with a little help from Take That’s Gary Barlow, live at the Liverpool Royal Court earlier this week.
The show was a fundraiser for charity, Crisis, a shelter for the homeless in Liverpool.
It’s the first time “Christmas Lights” has ever been performed on stage, and was the big finale of an amazing show which raised £250,000.
We hear that Alesha Dixon, The Neptunes and Keri Hilson have collaborated on a track and that it’s a sure fire HIT!
Keri Hilson penned the track and The Neptunes produced it. The new track is for the ‘Alesha Show’ which is being re packaged with three new singles. This yet to be titled track could possibly be the single for the re release and be accompanied with a video.
Alesha Dixon is currently in LA recording new material with various producers and artists including UK’s Gary Barlow who she climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with last year for charity.
The Last time we saw Nerd and Alesha Dixon collaborate was for the video of ‘She Want’s to Move’ Where Alesha Dixon played Pharrell’s leading lady.
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