80s duo back
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.