80s duo back

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LOVE Is­land cou­ple

Gabby Allen and Mar­cel Somerville have moved in to­gether. ITV2 view­ers ques­tioned their ro­mance, with many ac­cus­ing Gabby of fak­ing it to make it.

But it ap­pears the cou­ple, seen here hav­ing a se­ri­ous PDA in Las Ve­gas, re­ally did find love on the is­land!

Gabby said: “We are both re­ally ex­cited to have our own lit­tle place to­gether. We’ve missed not liv­ing to­gether since com­ing out of the villa.”

The love­birds were chat­ting at Mis­guided Strat­ford for the Zero

To Pay pro­mo­tion from Lu­cozade Zero. JAMES Arthur ★ reck­ons turn­ing ve­gan has helped com­bat his crip­pling anx­i­ety.

The X Fac­tor champ’s on-go­ing men­tal health is­sues have been well-doc­u­mented. But the Back From The Edge singer be­lieves giv­ing up meat and dairy has helped his state of mind.

James, who will de­but his brand-new sin­gle on The X Fac­tor next month, said: “I’ve stopped eat­ing meat and it’s re­ally helped stop mak­ing me as anx­ious.

“Hon­estly, it sounds strange but you need to check out the doc­u­men­tary What The Health. I love cheese

but that is re­ally bad for you as well. Be­com­ing ve­gan has not only helped me lose two stone but it’s helped my mind too.

“I re­ally do subscribe to a healthy life­style cre­at­ing a healthy mind.”

James has pre­vi­ously spo­ken out about hav­ing sui­ci­dal thoughts and re­cently ad­mit­ted he still strug­gles with anx­i­ety ev­ery day. AMER­I­CAN hip-hop leg­ends Salt-N-Pepa are set to fol­low in the foot­steps of TLC and make a come­back.

The duo had huge hits on both sides of the pond in the 80s and 90s with Push It, Let’s Talk About Sex and Whatta Man.

Salt, also known as Ch­eryl James, told me: “We have loads of new mu­sic we just haven’t put it out there yet.

“We will put some­thing out but com­pet­ing with your legacy is a tough thing.

“The prob­lem is we are per­fec­tion­ists and there’s noth­ing more em­bar­rass­ing that com­ing out with some old rub­bish.” Talk­ing of pos­si­ble col­lab­o­ra­tions, Salt added: “I’ve al­ways wanted to col­lab­o­rate with Lau­ryn Hill. Ken­drick Le­mar Black Eyed Peas DJ Spin­derella PROG rock leg­ends Yes and Mar­il­lion are both plan­ning UK tours for next year.

Yes play ten dates in March to cel­e­brate their 50th an­niver­sary. As well as clas­sic hits like Yours Is No Dis­grace, the band will per­form two sides from their chart-top­ping 1973 dou­ble-al­bum, Tales From To­po­graphic Oceans. Mar­il­lion em­bark on a seven-date tour in April. Their big­gest hit Kayleigh reached No.2 in 1985 and the band’s al­bum F.E.A.R. was No.1 in the rock chart last year.

Next month’s Royal Al­bert Hall gig sold out within four min­utes, so get in quick.

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