Roses sorry for Welcome to the Bungle
COMEDIAN David Walliams, pop star Olly Murs and reality TV star Scarlett Moffatt are among the celebrities who have been posting Valentine’s Day messages to their fans on social media.
judge Walliams tweeted his followers to offer some tongue-in-cheek thanks for fan mail.
He wrote: “Happy #ValentinesDay Thank you so much to my millions of fans around the world for all your cards, flowers & erotic drawings.”
Walliams also shared a photo of him with his mum, captioned: “Happy #ValentinesDay Mum. x”
Singer Olly appeared not to have any romantic plans for yesterday evening as he tweeted: “Happy Valentine’s Day, this is me tonight” with a photo of a man swigging from a bottle of vodka, captioned: “Roses are red, violets are blue, vodka costs less than dinner for two.”
star Moffatt shared a photo on Instagram of a heart with the words Girl Power and captioned it: “Happy Valentine’s Day to all my queens #valentines #valentinesday #love #girl #power.”
Meanwhile TV chef Jamie Oliver tweeted an old photo of himself and wife Jools along with a message.
He wrote: “Happy valentines my darling @ ALL YOU FEED IS LOVE: Funny sign posted yesterday outside a London restaurant MUMMY’S BOY: Walliams VODKA AND NO DATE: Olly Jools_oliver_ hope you liked your home made card!! Your the Best have a great day Loadsa love jox x x.”
And Beatles legend Ringo Starr wished his global fans a happy Valentine’s Day by tweeting: “peace and love on Valentine’s Day”.
Blue singer Simon Webbe recently got engaged to his girlfriend of 16 months Ayshen Kemal while on holiday in Jamaica and shared some of the love in his life with fans by posting a message PEACE AND LOVE: Ringo on Instagram.
He shared a clip of chart-toppers Blue performing their 2003 hit
captioned: “Remember this? #ha ppyv alentin es #blue #bubblin #music #concert #show”.
Meanwhile, rapper Example posted a funny message to host Bradley Walsh.
He tweeted: “Happy Valentines Day @Bradley Walsh ... The missus and I love you dearly”. AMERICAN rockers Guns N’ Roses have apologised to their Australian fans after shouting “Hello, Sydney!” when they stepped on stage – in Melbourne!
The blunder was met with boos from the crowd, after the band arrived late for the show at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Shortly after, the band posted on Twitter: “Melbourne! Accidentally after 30 years McBob made an error, we’re truly sorry. Thank you for coming out tonight!”
Guitar technician McBob has been introducing the group on to stages around the world during their latest shows.
The event followed two nights performing in Sydney over the weekend as part of Guns N’ Roses’ ongoing global tour, ‘Not In This Lifetime’.
The tour features Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan.
Fans have already shown appreciation for their public apology on social media.
One follower replied to the post on Twitter with: “One mistake every 30 years... Reasonable.”