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Radio 1’s Greg James delights the masses with surprise appearance on-stage at Coldplay’s final Wembley gig
Greg James is one lucky bugger after managing to make it on-stage at Wembley before Coldplay themselves. The Paradise hitmakers – featuring Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion – have been entertaining thousands of fans at London’s Wembley Stadium on a six-night run as part of their Music of the Spheres World Tour. It’s been a cracking residency so far with the likes of Craig David, Natalie Imbruglia and even Alan Partridge joining the rock band as surprise guests during the shows. They may have saved the best until last with BBC Radio 1 presenter Greg appearing during Coldplay’s final night at Wembley on Sunday. Concert-goers shared photos on social media of Greg, 36, doing the honours of introducing Coldplay to the stage and, needless to say, his fans were loving his surprise cameo. ‘@gregjames you’ve won in this life,’ one fan cheered on Twitter. The incredible @gregjames of @BBCR1 introducing Coldplay for the final night of #ColdplayWembley ð¤ | via @JohnnySeifert joined in: ‘I love Greg what a great start.’ ‘@gregjames give Chris a hug for me,’ one fan quipped. It comes after actor and comedian Steve Coogan surprised the mass audience when he joined the band in character as Alan Partridge to sing Kate Bush and Abba hits on Saturday night. The 56-year-old commanded the stage beside frontman Chris to belt out Bush’s iconic hit Running Up That Hill, as well as Abba’s Knowing Me, Knowing You. Partridge hilariously wore a red satin jacket with the words ‘Snow Patrol’ on the back.He told the crowd: ‘Running up hills, up roads – it’s all cardiovascular.
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Gladiators Jet star brands Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge a 'liar' over Shakira snub
Gladiators star Jet has called Alan Partridge a "liar" after the starlet learned that she had been replaced by Shakira as his celebrity crush. The 90s icon – whose real name is Diane Youdale, 52, – regularly floored fans with her mind-boggling gymnastic abilities each week on the hit primetime show which was hosted by Ulrika Jonsson.During her time on the show, the athlete’s fame managed to stretch the full length of the country and even captured the attention of famous celebrities and comics in the UK.READ MORE: Ulrika Jonsson, 54, strips naked as she enjoys British heatwave in racy kitchen snapOne of which was none other than Steve Coogan who included the star in his 1997 comedy show, I’m Alan Partridge, as his celebrity crush.During the throwback sketch, the star could be seen cradling the signed picture of the Diane as he jumped up and down on the bed while he lovingly shouted her name before he pitched a new show idea for her to host.But now the brunette beauty has refused to work with the stand-up comic until he follows her back on Twitter after he snubbed her online for the chart-topping singer Shakira.In an exclusive interview with Daily Star, the athlete-turned-therapist opened up about what it was like to be replaced by the blonde bombshell on social media.When she was asked whether if she would ever take up the offer to work with Steve’s character in the future, she immediately replied no.She explained: “No, no collaboration until he follows me on Twitter because he only follows Shakira.“If you go on Twitter, it says he’s only following one person and it’s Shakira so he’s not following Jet.
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Zoe Ball taken aback as Steve Coogan slams Radio 2 in Alan Partridge chat: 'Lost its way!'
BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show in character as Alan Partridge. In true Partridge style, ‘Alan’ told a series of jokes and couldn’t help but take the opportunity to skewer the radio station.The skit began with Zoe informing listeners that a caller named “Alan” was on the line.Listeners then heard Steve Coogan’s distinctive voice asking Zoe to put him “through to the duty manager”.He continued: “I want to speak to the duty manager about the show and the state of it.“I’ve got a few concerns.”Zoe responded reluctantly: “Ok, is this something that I can help with...”‘Alan’ let out a long sigh and said despondently: “Zoe, I’ll level with you, I haven’t listened to Radio 2 since Dale Winton left.“I am only listening today because I am touring the country with my live show and the bus driver likes it, and he’s big.”Zoe chuckled and said: “Well, I’m glad you are listening again Alan,” to which he quipped: “Well that makes one of us!”The host sounded taken aback and gasped: “Oh, oh!”Explaining his issues with the radio station, ‘Alan’ remarked: “I just feel like the entire station has lost its way.“It just doesn’t feel like Radio 2 anymore, people want to know who your station is aimed at.“6 Music [is for] Guardian readers in their 40s who ride skateboards.
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BAFTA TV host Richard Ayoade's life - famous wife, celeb in-laws and career change
BAFTAs) take place.Popular shows such as Gogglebox, It's a Sin and Stath Lets Flats have been nominated, while big names including Graham Norton, Steve Coogan, Jodie Comer and Jessica Plummer will be hoping to scoop gongs.The show will air from the magnificent Royal Festival Hall in London and will be the first BAFTA ceremony in three years to be attended by an in-person audience.That will be good news for its host.For the third straight year, comedian and writer Richard Ayoade will be presenting the glamourous show.But things could have turned out oh so differently for the funnyman.Here are some things you may not know about Richard.Did you know that Richard could have so easily taken a different route and not ended up on our screens?The 44-year-old attended St Catharine's College in Cambridge after growing up in the east of England, just outside Ipswich.He finished up in the college in 1998 after three years of studying law.However, it was an extracurricular activity which helped him launch his career.Richard took a big interest in stage productions, and became president of the amateur drama club Footlights in the college (with his vice-president being John Oliver!)Previous presidents of the group included David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Hugh Laurie and members of Monty Python.Richard has since said that his degree was not a "fallback" for him, instead meaning he had to go back to "square one".John Oliver wasn't the only future star that Richard was connected with in Cambridge.He met actress Lydia Fox while studying there and has since married her.Lydia studied at Newnham College at the University of Cambridge.