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Mick Jagger - David Bowie - Marc Bolan - May I (I) - Former Play School star Baroness Floella Benjamin says David Bowie and his ex-wife Angie ‘tried seducing her into their bed’ - metro.co.uk - USA - county Bowie
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Former Play School star Baroness Floella Benjamin says David Bowie and his ex-wife Angie ‘tried seducing her into their bed’
 David Bowie tried seducing her before she caught the admiring eye of his wife Angie.The former Play School presenter, 72, calimed she turned down a night of passion with the couple after they set their sights on her at their star-studded Christmas party in 1973.Baroness Floella claimed the Under Pressure singer, who was ‘at the height of his fame’ at the time, asked her: ‘Would you like to come upstairs with me? I want to offer you the world. ‘You can have anything you desire.’She adds that following the exchange, American actress, Angie, who had an open marriage with Bowie, propositioned her.Baroness Floella made the saucy revelations in her new book, What Are You Doing Here? My Autobiography, published earlier this month.She also reveals in the memoir that she has ‘joked ever since about the night I turned down David Bowie’.Floella was starring in Jesus Christ Superstar when a cast member who had worked as a backing singer of Bowie invited her to the party, which was held in Bowie and Angie’s Chelsea home that they shared with their son Duncan, now 51.Fellow guests included Sir Mick Jagger, Cat Stevens and Marc Bolan, which made Floella feel like ‘Alice in Wonderland’.She added in her book: ‘When David Bowie walked into the room, slim and charismatic, all eyes were drawn to him.
Charley Webb - Matthew Wolfenden - Charley Webb apologises for 'gender reveal' confusion as she celebrates with beau Matthew - express - county Bowie - city Buster
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Charley Webb apologises for 'gender reveal' confusion as she celebrates with beau Matthew
Emmerdale star Charley Webb has taken to Instagram to issue an apology after a clip of her and her family celebrating husband Matthew Wolfenden's birthday yesterday caused some followers to mistakenly think they were doing a gender reveal.The actress, who played Debbie Dingle in the ITV soap, was quick to clear up any speculation that she and her Emmerdale actor beau are expecting anymore children.Yesterday, Charley documented the celebrations for her husband's 42nd birthday with her 562,000 fans.Standing outside in their pajamas, the sweet clip showed the family of five letting off a confetti cannon in celebrations of Matthew's birthday.Charley held her youngest, Ace, while Buster and Bowie stood with their father as he released the gold decorations.They could all be seen grinning as the confetti was released into the air, with one of their brood putting his hands over his ears following the loud pop.The mother of three wrote: "Happy birthday @matthewwolfenden55."However, in her next story, Charley quickly clarified that the canon was for her beau's birthday and not for any other reason.She wrote: "Two things."One, that is not a gender reveal, I've had about 58,013 messages.Sorry about that."Two, when does the heat wave start?" she added.It comes after Charley revealed that their youngest son, Ace, refuses to call the Emmerdale actor "daddy", instead referring to him by his first name.The soap star explained the reason behind Ace’s decision after sharing in an earlier post that Matthew had left notes for all their children on the kitchen counter.However, eagle-eye fans spotted that Ace’s note had been signed off with his dad’s name instead of “daddy” like the other children’s messages.Charley then decided to publicly
David Bowie - David Bowie's son humiliates Russian network for Space Oddity words as he supports Ukraine - express - USA - Ukraine - Russia - county Jones - county Bowie - city Sanjeev
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David Bowie's son humiliates Russian network for Space Oddity words as he supports Ukraine
David Bowie's son Duncan Jones has taken to Twitter to blast Russia Today for using his dad's lyrics to Space Oddity in a tweet about Russia-US space cooperation.The film producer, 50, was quick to fire back with poignant lyrics to his father's hit Heroes, while airing his support for Ukraine as Russia continues its invasion of the country.Duncan's tweet comes as a Russia-affiliated newsite posted a link to a story about NASA's response to the US and Russia's space cooperation amid the Ukraine-Russia conflict.Russia Today captioned the post: "Ground control to major Tom."The words derive from David Bowie's 1969 hit song, Space Oddity.However after spotting the post, Duncan was quick to fire back in front of his 370,000 followers.Retweeting the post, he wrote: "Wrong song," followed by a Ukrainian flag emoji with a heart on either side.He also shared a snap of lyrics from another one of his father's classics, 1977 song, Heroes.The lyrics Duncan tweeted were: "I, I can remember (I remember)."Standing, by the wall (by the wall)."And the guns, shot above our heads (over our heads)"And we kissed, as though nothing could fall (nothing could fall)."And the shame, was on the other side."Oh we can beat them, for ever and ever.Then we could be Heroes, just for one day."Following his post, the screenwriter's followers took to the comments to weigh in on his response.Sanjeev Bhaskar wrote: "Well if that isn’t a perfect comeback… !"Twitter user Suzannah B penned: "Love to you and your family Duncan, and love to the beautiful people of Ukraine."Your dad would be bloody proud of you x."While Lin Carr added: "Duncan Jones, genius just like your dad."The star's response comes as regulator Ofcom began 15 investigations into the "due
Charley Webb - Matthew Wolfenden - Emmerdale’s Charley Webb shares health update on son after he was rushed to hospital - dailystar.co.uk - county Bowie - city Buster, county Bowie
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Emmerdale’s Charley Webb shares health update on son after he was rushed to hospital
Emmerdale star shared a candid health update on Wednesday (24 February) after her son Ace, who she shares with co-star Matthew Wolfenden, was taken to hospital with a mystery illness.Posting the vulnerable clip to her 556,000 followers online, the actress explained how she has been looking after the tot all week after he took a dramatic “turn for the worse” last Friday (18 February).Concerned for his welfare, the pair made the decision to have their two-year-old rushed to hospital in an ambulance in order to get to the bottom of his strange illness which has taken him nearly a week to recover from.She told her loyal legion of fans: “Ace has been poorly since Friday being sick on an off but he’s just been really lethargic.“And then on Saturday he took a turn for the worse we had to get him into hospital, but then today he’s turned a bit of a corner, but it’s been really scary, [we had] the ambulance out and everything.“I think there is a sickness bug going around so just keep your eyes on that, but there’s nothing worse than when your kids are ill.”The star gave further insight into her traumatising situation in the captions alongside her video as she thanked the hospital staff and paramedics for their help.She wrote: “I’ve never had one so poorly and it’s been beyond scary. The hospital and paramedics were amazing with him.“So important to always follow your instinct.
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