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Ethan (Theo Stevenson) and Jaden (Akai) have a plan – recruit a dance crew, stage a talent show, raise lots of money and save their youth club ‘The Garage’ from demolition…all whilst Ethan impresses the girl of his dreams with his dancing skills.The trouble is… Ethan can’t dance, Jaden’s parents have banned him from dancing and the other four members of their new crew the ‘All Stars’ turn out to be totally uncoordinated! Together, they must overcome these many obstacles, starting with convincing Gina (Ashley Jensen), the manager of The Garage, that their plan even stands a chance.
ALL STARS is a funny, heart-warming, spectacular 3D roller coaster ride with eye feasting dance sequences! Also featuring a stellar British supporting cast including: Ashley Walters, Hugh Dennis, Kevin Bishop, Simon Farnaby, Mark Heap, Kimberley Walsh and John Barrowman.
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In part 2, Cheryl fills us in on her fleeting alliance with Hollywood when she appeared in What To Expect When You’re Expecting alongside Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez.
‘The good thing about that was it was just me doing a small cameo,’ she tells us. ‘It wasn’t like me playing a character…or anything deep like that. It was just me being silly for a couple of days.’ And what did she make of Ms Diaz? ‘She’s my favourite celebrity by far that I’ve met.’ And brilliantly, Cam and Chez bonded over fried chicken. ‘The first time I met her, I’d actually hurt me foot and I had no shoes on in the hotel lobby and she came in with southern fried chicken,’ Cheryl reveals. ‘She was like, “Hi, so nice to meet you, do you want some chicken?”.
Cheryl also filled us in on her glam style and how she prepares for a major red carpet event. ‘I get a rail of dresses and try a few on because you don’t know how you’re going to feel on the day,’ she says. ‘You might think that’s THE dress and then on the day you might feel different or you might feel bloated or just being a woman, you know? Choosey.’ Oh yes Chez, we know.
Watch the video above for more from the ‘Call My Name’ singer including why she finds walking the red carpet so nerve wracking as well as her worst fashion nightmares plus don’t forget to watch the first part of our exclusive interview here. The final installment sees her dishing on saying goodbye to Girls Aloud so stay tuned, Chez fans.
Back at the start of this month, i posted a preview of this unreleased track from Nadine, called ‘Don Julio’.
Below is another teaser preview, thanks to the same Soundcloud uploader.
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Last week, we told you about it and today was the official press launch.
Sarah Harding has been unveiled as the new ambassador for the armed forces charity Coming Home, which raises funds to provide homes for wounded soldiers returning from war zones.
It is a sister charity with Help The Heroes, and in the video above, Sarah talks about why she wanted to help, and why we should donate to this very good cause.
Check out the website and their twitter page below. They have told us they have 6 spaces for fans to run in the Great North Run (Half marathon) to raise money for them so if you would like to do this (you have to be dedicated and serious!!) then please get in touch with them @ComingHomeOrg
Find out more about the charity here: http://www.coming-home.org.uk/
Follow them on Twitter and RT their posts: http://twitter.com/ComingHomeOrg
Pictures from the press launch: http://www.girlsaloudmedia.com/smf/index.php?topic=46012.0
Oh, that Cheryl Cole. She might be a top notch pop star but she’s just like us. When Grazia Daily met the 29-year-old in London last week, it wasn’t long before we were nattering about shopping on the high-street and spilling nail varnish down your dress. Yes, Chezza has become our dream bezzie – and not just because we want to raid her wardrobe.
Cheryl looks glossier than ever when we meet, wearing a colourblock sheath dress by Marissa Webb topped off with a pair of killer spiked heels and lashings of chocolate brown hair. She’s just got back from holiday – ‘it was blissful,’ she sighs – so her skin is golden and glowing, but it’s her eyes that light up when we go for a trip down memory lane.
In celebration of her autobiography, My Story, going from hardback to paperback, we asked the starlet to talk through the highlights of her career. It began back in 2002 when a Geordie lass called Cheryl Tweedy auditioned for Popstars: The Rivals. ‘I was really innocent and naive,’ she says of her first moment in the spotlight. And what advice would she give her 18-year-old self? ‘Change your outfit. Change your hair.’ And look how far she’s come!
Onto her heady days on The X Factor (of the UK variety, that is) and Cheryl can’t help gushing about her musical idols. Yep, she has girl crushes just like us. ‘I love how Beyoncé is empowering as a woman. She’s about sisterhood and that’s quite rare these days.’ You’ll remember Queen B made a special appearance for the show’s final in 2008 – the year that Cheryl took Alexander Burke to victory. So what was it like to meet her? ‘I totally embarrassed myself, I’m sure she doesn’t want to see me again!’ We find that hard to believe, Chez.
You can watch the first part of our exclusive interview with Cheryl above and stayed tuned for two – yes, TWO! – more parts coming your way later this week – the ‘Call My Name’ singer dishes on working in Hollywood, her red carpet disasters and saying goodbye to Girls Aloud. Until then, take a look at Chezza’s greatest style moments in the gallery below…
Cheryl: My Story (Harpercollins, £7.99) is available from www.amazon.co.uk
Kimberley took to the red carpet last night for the All Stars World Premiere, in London.
She wore a stunning white Maria Grachvogel dress and took her brother Adam to the viewing.
She confirmed to reporters of a musical theatre tour of her solo album Centre Stage!
The above video is an interview by RedCarpetNews and she talks of her role in the films, kids and her autobiography.
MSN’s James Hurley chats to Cheryl Cole about her official autobiography, Cheryl: My Story.
As someone whose personal life has been raked over more than most, you can understand Cheryl’s desire to set the record straight. That said, as a self-confessed private person, it wasn’t the easiest decision to write an autobiography.
In the end though, there were only so many lies and distortions she was willing to let go unchallenged.
Or, in her own words, she’d “took enough of other people’s rubbish”.
The resulting book, Cheryl: My Story, became an instant best-seller on its release in October last year. Acclaimed for its unusual degree of candour (Now magazine called it “a startlingly honest autobiography”), it’s just been published in paperback.