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And although Tara unfortunately couldn't impress Kylie Minogue, her idol Tom Jones or any of the other coaches at the Blind Auditions, the sight of 'Nessa' singing has stuck with us and got us thinking about all the great musical interludes that cropped up during James Corden and Ruth Jones's classic BBC sitcom.
And with news today that Gavin & Stacey could be returning, we can't think of a better time to revisit the show's greatest vocal performances...
'Barry Islands in the Stream'
It's Gwen's (Melanie Walters) birthday and amid nearly having a mental breakdown trying to secretly organise a line dance party for her, Bryn (Rob Brydon) also needs to practise a show-stopping duet with Nessa (Ruth Jones) in her honour. »
Award-winning TV chat show host Jonathan Ross will quiz Hollywood action hero movie legend Sylvester Stallone live on stage during An Evening with Sylvester Stallone at the London Palladium, this coming Saturday night, 11th January.
Mr Stallone, the star, writer, producer and director of almost 90 movies and the only actor in history to open a number one film across five decades, has promised to get up close and personal with his UK?fans, sharing private moments and unique insights from his long career, from the breakthrough Rocky to his latest blockuster movie franchise, The Expendables.
“There is this unwritten law that a hero must be silent, like Gary Cooper. I have been fighting this for 30 years. Now is my chance.” Stallone told the Sunday Express, referring as to why he is risking his reputation with a one man show at the London Palladium on Saturday, and why he is not »
- Paul Heath
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