Day: October 1, 2009

SINGER KELLY ROWLAND FURIOUS OVER MOBO SOUND PROBLEMS

Oh dear….. Via Digital Spy Kelly Rowland has called for an apology from MOBO organisers, claiming that her performance at the awards ceremony was affected by poor sound quality. The former Destiny’s Child star, who sang her David Guetta collaboration ‘When Love Takes Over’ at the event in Glasgow, admitted that she “struggled” because of the technical problems. Rowland momentarily stopped singing at the start of the track and appeared confused as she continued. Writing on Twitter after the show, she said: []

UK TV: ALESHA DIXON TO FRONT DOCUMENTARY ‘WHO’S THE DADDY?’

Via The Guardian New Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon is to front a “personal” documentary examining the emotional and practical implications of children who don’t know their fathers. Dixon, who has recently hit the headlines after being criticised for her performances on Strictly as the replacement for Arlene Phillips, will turn documentary maker for the BBC3 film, which will be made by production company Flame TV. The programme, to be called Who’s the Daddy?, will feature Dixon – whose parents split []

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT – BLACK FLASH

Yes Black History is once again upon us, so there will be various black history themed events taking place throughout the month of October in and around London. Via Catch A Vibe From the eccentric Victorian Arthur Wharton who kept goal for Preston North End in 1886 to Cyrille Regis, John Barnes and beyond, this BBC Four documentary celebrates the highs and lows of nearly 120 years of black player’s involvement in British professional football. Followed by a panel discussion with Garth Crooks (BBC, []