Lewis Capaldi has broken his social media silence after he decided to take a career break following his emotional Glastonbury performance this summer.
Lewis Capaldi has broken his social media silence after he decided to take a career break following his emotional Glastonbury performance this summer.
Iconic 00s girl band Sugababes made a surprise appearance at a photography studio in Salford last night as part of a special performance hosted by elite members club Soho House.
Lewis Capaldi has delighted young fans after he made a surprise appearance at Glasgow Children's Hospital.
K.J. Yossman The past 18 months have produced an abundance of celebrity documentaries, but Netflix’s newly-released “Robbie Williams” sets out to do something different. Charting Williams’ rise from clueless teenager in British mega-boy band Take That to solo superstar, there’s no talking heads and no glossing over the less salubrious moments in Williams’ 35-year-career, including his relationships, drug-taking and depression.
Netflix has released its new documentary series on Robbie Williams – check out the full list of every song used in the series below.Directed by Joe Pearlman (Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now), the four-part series features never-before-seen archive footage spanning the singer’s 30-year career, from his origins as a member of Take That to his breakout success as a solo artist.Reviewing the series, NME said: “Robbie Williams is a tale of the last era of super-charged celebrity. It’s an unflinching depiction of tabloid fuckery, mass ignorance of mental health issues and a pre-social media age in which a handful of celebrities found themselves at the molten centre of the pop culture universe.”It adds: “It’s a persuasive account of the gulf that can occur between wealth and happiness, a simple sentiment that can be difficult to really feel. Like Robbie himself, the show’s imperfect and a little insular, but its emotional pull is undeniable.”Watch the trailer for the series and see the full list of songs used in the show below.1. ‘Let Me Entertain You’ – Robbie Williams2. ‘Take That And Party’ – Take That3. ‘Do What You Like’ – Take That4. ‘Could It Be Magic’ – Take That5. ‘Back For Good’ – Take That6. ‘Back For Good’ (Live At The Forum, London in 1998) – Robbie Williams7. ‘Angelino Coffee Break, Рt. 2’ – Andrea Sacchi8. ‘South Of The Border’ (Rehearsal Recording, Spring 1997) – Robbie Williams9. ‘South Of The Border’ – Robbie Williams10. ‘Let Me Entertain You’ (Live At The Forum, London in 1998) – Robbie Williams11. ‘Angels’ (Live) – Robbie Williams12. ‘Jamaica Man’ – Kenny Graham13. ‘Strong’ – Robbie Williams1. ‘Strong’ – Robbie Williams 2. ‘Millennium’ – Robbie Williams 3. ‘Deee-Lite Theme’ – Deee-Lite 4. ‘Forever Texas’
Robbie Williams has said that he’s reached out to Lewis Capaldi over his mental health struggles.The singer, who is promoting his new Netflix documentary Robbie Williams which delves into his own mental health, said in a new interview that he’s been in contact with the Scottish artist who detailed on camera his struggles in How I’m Feeling Now.Speaking to DIY as part of a press event ahead of the release of the docu-series, the former Take That singer reflected on being “told to pull my socks up” when he was feeling low and anxious in the ’90s.He also revealed that he contacted Capaldi despite not feeling like he was the best person for the job. “I’ve reached out to Lewis and I’m here at any given time,” Williams told DIY.“There’s been times in my life when pop stars have been going through their own battles and then people will be like, ‘Have you reached out?’ And in my mind I’m going, ‘I’m still fucked! The last person they want to speak to is me! Yeah I’m 20 years down the road… fucking hell,'” he added.“It’s very difficult for people to understand the psychology of this great gift that has been given to you but yet it’s breaking you.
The Rolling Stones have been honoured with the British Phonographic Industry’s (BPI) BRIT Billion Award for reaching the landmark of one billion career UK streams.The rock veterans are the latest recipients of the award by the BPI, the representative voice for the UK’s world-leading record labels and music companies, which means they join acts including ABBA, Coldplay and Queen in the award list.BPI’s BRIT Billion Award was officially launched in May. It was founded to reflect that streaming is now the dominant mode of music consumption (more than 85 per cent of the UK’s recorded music is streamed).Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, AJ Tracey, Ellie Goulding, Lewis Capaldi, Headie One, RAYE, Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish have all been honoured with the BRIT Billion Award this year.Ed Sheeran, meanwhile, recently became the first artist to receive a special Gold edition of the award for reaching a landmark 10billion UK streams.The Rolling Stones have also become what the BPI called “the longest-active artist” in receipt of the award, noting that the band’s career spans seven decades.Last week, the Stones celebrated their 14th UK Number One album with ‘Hackney Diamonds‘, their first album of new material in 18 years.Dr.
Robbie Williams pop-up event is set to take place in London next week – you can find all the details below.Netflix has announced ‘Robbie Williams: The Pop Up’ to celebrate the streaming platform’s new documentary series about the singer, which is due for release on November 8. The “immersive” event will be staged in Covent Garden across four days (November 2-5).Fans will be able to see some never-before-seen archival footage from Williams’ life at the pop-up.
Scottish singing sensation Lewis Capaldi has been hailed as a "superhero", after he rushed to help an elderly woman who collapsed in north London. The 27 year old star was walking with friends in Hampstead Heath when they spotted the woman on the ground and immediately called for an ambulance. A bystander told The Sun: "Lewis is not just a superstar but a superhero.
Scottish hit sensation Lewis Capaldi has been hailed as a "superhero" for rushing to the aid of an elderly woman in the north of London after she collapsed. Lewis immediately dialled emergency services and waited with her until the ambulance arrived.
Glasgow singer Lewis Capaldi and Scots actor Brian Cox are among the six stars who have been shortlisted for Bafta Scotland’s audience award. The public can vote for their favourite screen stars for 'Favourite Scot on Screen.'
Netflix has released a new trailer for its upcoming documentary series on Robbie Williams – check it out above.Directed by Joe Pearlman (Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now), the four-part series features never-before-seen archive footage spanning the singer’s 30-year career, from his origins as a member of Take That to his breakout success as a solo artist.The series is produced by Ridley Scott Associates and director Asif Kapadia, who is best known for directing documentary films on Ayrton Senna and Amy Winehouse.Speaking in the trailer, Williams says: “The thing that would destroy me has also made me successful. Touch the fire, push when it says pull, and see if I can live.”All four episodes will be released on Netflix on November 8, 2023.In August, Williams reunited onstage with former Take That bandmate Mark Owen for the first time in 12 years, where they performed a rendition of ‘Greatest Day’.Elsewhere, the singer recently made an unlikely appearance on Soft Play’s (formerly known as Slaves) new song ‘Punk’s Dead’.Last year, the singer released a compilation album ‘XXV’ featuring orchestrated re-recordings of his songs to mark his solo career’s 25th anniversary.
NME about the “dangerous” impact that touring can have on musicians, while offering up help and advice for World Mental Health Day.As mental health charity Mind have reported, research has shown that people working in the music industry are “more prone to mental health problems than the general population”, with “musicians being up to three times more likely to suffer from depression”. Financial pressures, isolation, lifestyle and addiction are often named as factors.Recent years have seen the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Sam Fender, Shawn Mendes and Wet Leg all cancel shows while citing mental health as the reason.
MusicWeek) and highlighted that from the beginning of the year until the end of September, 3,952,262 vinyl LPs were sold – approximately a 13.2 per cent increase since 2022.According to the report, this increase was even bigger for the three months of the Q3 period, which saw 1,237,620 records sold in the vinyl format; a figure which is 15.1 per cent higher than the previous year.So far, artists majorly responsible for the resurgence of vinyl sales include Lana Del Rey, Taylor Swift, Blur and Kylie Minogue – all of which have released new LPs since the start of the year.So far, Lana Del Rey’s ‘Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd’ remains the biggest vinyl release of the year – with 33,568 copies sold on the format since its release in March. This is followed by Taylor Swift’s ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’, which was the biggest-selling vinyl release of Q3, with 29,649 sales.In third place is Britpop icons Blur, whose ninth studio album ‘The Ballad Of Darren’ has sold 26,894 copies, and Kylie Minogue’s ‘Tension’ isn’t too far behind, with 19,160 copies sold since its release last month.Other albums paving the way in vinyl sales include Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Guts’, Wham!’s ‘The Singles: Echoes From The Edge Of Heaven’ and Lewis Capaldi‘s ‘Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent’.What’s more, this figure is expected to rise significantly for the remainder of 2023, with albums from Take That (‘This Life’) and Taylor Swift (‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’) still set for release.
James Arthur has “a lot of sympathy” for Lewis Capaldi after the Forget Me star took a break from performing live.
As another entertaining episode of Gogglebox got underway on Friday evening, all eyes were on the nation’s favourite armchair critics as they weighed in on the best TV from the past week.Touching on everything from Strictly Come Dancing through to Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, there were plenty of hot takes on the shows that have got the nation talking. However, it was one episode of Blankety Blank that truly surprised viewers at home, when one contestant taking part in the gameshow claimed not to know any Scottish celebrities what so ever, prompting host Bradley Walsh to appear temporarily shell shocked by the revelation.
“If the World Was Ending” with ex-girlfriend Julia Michaels in July 2019.“I wrote a song inspired by an earthquake, and then six months later the world is ending,” said Saxe, 30, of the tune that proved to be an eerie foreshadowing of the global pandemic in 2020. “Like, you don’t really see that s—t coming.”But that didn’t stop social media conspiracists from having other ideas.
James Bond theme song are in.Harry Styles is currently in the top spot with fellow male British pop singers Ed Sheeran and Lewis Capaldi following. Elton John is also in the running.William Kadjanyi, political analyst at Star Sports, updated The Daily Mail with the latest odds.
Olivia Rodrigo has reacted to Chipotle’s joke that references a lyric from the pop star’s ‘Guts’ album track ‘Ballad Of A Homeschooled Girl’.Chipotle, the Mexican food-inspired restaurant chain, posted an image on its Instagram account last week of its chips and guacamole side dish with a hand hovering over it bearing rings similar to those Rodrigo wears on her ‘Guts‘ album cover.The chain captioned the image with “every guy I like is guac” in reference to Rodrigo’s lyric, “Everything I do is tragic/ Every guy I like is gay.”Rodrigo commented on the post, writing: “LMFAOOOOO THIS IS AMAZING.”A post shared by Chipotle (@chipotle)The news follows Rodrigo picking up her second UK Number One album recently, with ‘Guts’ outselling the rest of the Top 10 combined.The album racked up over 60,000 chart units in its first week. Her debut album ‘Sour’ also re-entered the Top 10 following the second album’s release.‘Guts’ has had the fourth biggest opening week for an album in 2023, following records by Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.In other news, the pop star has cancelled her publicity tour in Australia days before it kicks off due to “unforeseen circumstances”.Rodrigo was due to host a Q&A with fans on September 22.
Olivia Rodrigo has cancelled her publicity tour in Australia days before it kicks off due to “unforeseen circumstances”.The pop star was due to host a Q&A with fans on September 22. She was also booked for a number of media interviews in promotion of her new album ‘Guts‘.A spokesperson from Universal Music Australia said [via MusicNews]: “Olivia is devastated that she won’t be able to make it, however she’s so excited to see her Australian Livies [fans] in 2024.”Rodrigo recently announced her ‘Guts World Tour’ for next year, which opens in Palm Springs, California on February 23, 2024.The singer-songwriter was set on a promo tour of Australia following her record-breaking success in the country.
Olivia Rodrigo has picked up her second UK Number One album, with ‘Guts’ outselling the rest of the Top 10 combined.The album racked up over 60,000 chart units in its first week, with debut album ‘Sour’ also re-entering the Top 10 following the second album’s release.‘Guts’ has had the fourth biggest opening week for an album in 2023, following records by Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.Number Two in this week’s chart was Travis Scott‘s ‘Utopia’ while The Coral‘s new LP ‘Sea Of Mirrors’ is at Three.
An estate agent has been left stunned after finding Lewis Capaldi's face in his bag of chips.
A Scot has been left stunned after finding Lewis Capaldi’s face in his bag of chips.
Despite Lewis Capaldi taking a break from his musical career to focus on his health, the Scottish hitmaker has managed to still leave a huge impact on his beloved fans and scooped a win at the National Television Awards on Tuesday night.
NME about the success of Reading & Leeds 2023 – as well as teasing the line-up and site changes for next year’s edition of the event.This year’s twin-site festival saw massive headline performances from Foals, Sam Fender, The 1975, The Killers, Imagine Dragons and Billie Eilish, alongside sets from the likes of Sleep Token, Steve Lacy, Central Cee, Wet Leg and many more. Check out all the action as it happened in the NME liveblog.Speaking to NME backstage on the closing day at Reading, R&L boss Benn said: “I’m very pleased with how it’s gone this weekend.
The 1975 frontman Matty Healy paid tribute to Lewis Capaldi during the band’s headline set at Reading Festival on Saturday. Scottish singer Lewis had been lined up to play the festival, but, following his performance at Glastonbury this year, he announced on his social media accounts that he would be “taking a break” from touring.The musician, who released the album Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent earlier this year, said he is still “learning to adjust to the impact” of his Tourette’s.
The 1975 gave Lewis Capaldi a shoutout during their Reading Festival 2023 set tonight (August 26). The band replaced Capaldi as headliners after the singer pulled out of the fest.“Well, first of all can we have the loudest round of applause in our set for Mr Lewis Capaldi who couldn’t make it tonight,” frontman Matty Healy told the crowd right before playing their hit track ‘Chocolate’.The 1975’s replacement of Capaldi came after the latter announced that he would be taking a break from all live performances – including Reading & Leeds – for the time being following his Glastonbury showcase to focus on his mental and physical health.
Reading Festival, teasing a forthcoming UK and European tour announcement from The 1975.The band are headlining Reading & Leeds this weekend, stepping in for Lewis Capaldi, who announced that he would be taking a break from all live performances for the time being following his Glastonbury showcase to focus on his mental and physical health.At the shows, the band will be performing their self-titled debut album in full, which is also being reissued with rarities and unheard material next month. They previously played it in full at a Manchester gig in February.Now, posters have been spotted at Reading signalling the imminent announcement of more tour dates as part of the band’s continuing ‘At Their Very Best’ tour.
Olivia Rodrigo has become the youngest person ever to receive the BRIT Billion Award.Rodrigo – who is currently only 20 years old – scored the landmark achievement in mid-July, but was presented with the award last weekend (August 17) while the singer was in the UK to promote her latest single ‘Bad Idea Right?’.A post shared by The BRIT Awards (@brits)The BRIT Billion Award, which was introduced earlier this year, recognises artists who achieve an astounding one billion digital streams in the United Kingdom. Other artists who have received the award so far since its inception in May include ABBA, Coldplay, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Lana Del Rey, Queen, Becky Hill, James Arthur, Rita Ora, Lewis Capaldi and Ellie Goulding.Olivia Rodrigo’s highly anticipated sophomore album ‘Guts’ is set to release on September 8 via Geffen (pre-order/pre-save here).
Emma Wills told fans some good news about her and husband Matt and was flooded with support. Emma said they’d “just found out” Matt’s BBC documentary about his addiction struggles is up for an award.
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