Roses sorry for Wel­come to the Bun­gle

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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.”

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