A TEENAGER fighting spina bifida has revealed how a pep talk from boy band McBusted has inspired him to battle the condition. Mathew Moir met the …
… the 4,500 capacity exhibition centre, Ellie and pal Georgia Jones – the model wife of guitarist Danny Jones – leaned in for a mock-passionate kiss.
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He is now touring with the supergroup McBusted which recently released its second album and are currently mid-tour with dates at the Bournemouth …
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich treated his daughter Sofia to a private performance from supergroup McBusted for her 18th birthday – and it …
- McBusted played at the birthday party held at Under the Bridge nightclub
- Sofia joined the band on stage as they played all of their classic hits
- She is the middle daughter of the Chelsea owner and his second wife Irina
- The teenager often uses social media to offer an insight into her life
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has reportedly forked out £30,000 for McBusted to play at his daughter’s 18th birthday party.
The Russian oil tycoon, who is worth £8.6billion treated daughter Sofia to a performance by the group at her party, which was held at the Under The Bridge nightclub at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge ground.
It is thought that around 500 guests turned up for the party although Mr Abramovich did not attend.
Lil’ Chris used to tour with McFly and would join them on stage for their rendition of Fight For Your Right and when McBusted played the song in his honour there wasn’t a dry eye in the house
McBusted played a sensational cover of Fight For Your Right in honour of their friend Lil’ Chris’s death on their Sheffield tour last night.
Tom Fletcher took the mic and told the crowd: “We received some sad news… that a friend of ours has sadly passed away.
“He was a lovely guy and a good friend.”
When I was ten I was faced with a constant weekly dilemma – Smash Hits magazine or Top of The Pops?
[…] Blazin Squad or Westlife? 5ive or Blue? The struggle was real and the group that won my heart that week often ended up plastered all over my bedroom walls… and sometimes the ceiling above my bed. […]
“You mean you had to wake up every morning looking at our mugs?” said 31-year-old Matt Willis.
“Shall we re-enact that?” quipped Danny Jones, 29, the only Northerner in the group who hails from Bolton.
The band brightened up Jennifer Miller’s 21st birthday with their lovely message
Chart toppers McBusted sent a video message – and kisses – to a fan who missed their gig after she was diagnosed with a rare cancer.
Jennifer Miller spent her 21st birthday in hospital being treated for acute promyeloid leukaemia (APML), and will miss their concert in Manchester next week.
In the video, stars from the band say: “Hi Jenny, we just wanted to send you lots of McBusted love.”
Jennifer’s mum, Alison, said: “She had tickets to see McBusted in Manchester for her Christmas and birthday presents.
McBusted kick-started their Most Excellent Adventure Tour in Glasgow last week, appearing on stage alongside the world’s biggest arcade machine.
Digital Spy caught up with the six-piece the morning after the first show to find out how they brought their latest larger-than-life show together.
The first show was a success, but that didn’t stop McBusted worrying about it going right on the night.
Matt: “There was so much worry that certain things weren’t going to go right, because it’s got to work, that show. There’s so many elements.”
Tom: “We know what we’re doing musically now because we’ve been playing these songs for a while, but it more that there’s so much that’s out of your control. You know you’re about to step on something and you hope it goes down under the stage! You are just totally relying on everyone pulling together and making sure they’re doing the right thing at the right time.”
The pop supergroup have gone all-out with their backstage rider on their 21-date Most Excellent Adventure tour after getting a taste of the high life during recent gigs with 1D
McBusted admit they have developed a taste for luxury after gigging with One Direction.
The lads kicked off their 21-date Most Excellent Adventure tour in Glasgow on Thursday with a hit-fuelled set and probably the biggest arcade game in the world.
And backstage, the boys have gone all-out with their rider, after getting a taste of the high life during recent gigs with 1D.