Disney Eyes Gareth Gates In Bid To Break America

Sky News reports Disney bosses are keen to use ‘Pop Idol’ runner-up in a series of new shows in the U.S. after he caught their attention with the ‘Suspicious Minds’ track on the Disney flick ‘Lilo and Stitch’. “They see him as a global star who will appeal to all ages,” a source revealed. The singer is set to have a series built around him which will feature lots of songs and comedy sketches.

Gareth Gates Is Proud Of His Bradford Roots

September 10, 2003 – The Evening Standard reports Gareth was on damage control following the release of his book ‘Talking Point’ where he revealed that he hides his Bradford background when meeting new people, claiming it’s easier to say he’s from London. “My roots are obviously in Bradford – always have been and always will be,” he said. “I spend as much spare time as I can back there with my friends and family and it’s home to me. When I’m asked where I live, I say London as that’s where I’m based now. But home will always be Bradford and I’m proud of that.”

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3 thoughts on “Disney Eyes Gareth Gates In Bid To Break America

  1. elgato says:

    when will these idiots learn. nobody wants you here. go back to where you came from

  2. weebongo says:

    I feel sorry for the people in England, Kelly’s album just debuted there. They must be pulling their hair out. Why are we making the rest of the world suffer with our idols. They will really be killing themselves when Justin’s CD is released there.

  3. Jays says:

    What an ass you are elgato! People like you need to learn to keep their GOB shut! If I were there, I’d knock you out! You calling Gareth Gates an idiot? No body wants him there? You want him to go back where he came from?? What an idiot you are…. You are the reason why I’d never like to go to America…it’s because I don’t want to face stupid people like you who don’t welcome people from elsewhere. (PS. I ain’t from the UK either)

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