James Blunt has been dumped by his model girlfriend Natasha Archdale, who was upset the ‘Beautiful’ singer spent more time in the studio making music than in the bedroom with her. “She wanted long mornings in bed in each other’s arms. But he preferred to sit at his piano and write songs,” Natasha’s friend told News of the World.
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James Blunt was photographed hanging out in Ibiza with a female companion on Sunday (July 5). The singer songwriter told The Mirror he’d be staying at the vacation destination “the whole summer.”
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James Blunt was among the celebrities revealing their New Year’s plans to ITN. “Well New Year I trek off on a tour again,” Blunt said. “So I’m going off to South America, to eastern Europe and I finish up in the Middle East.” The Pussycat Dolls also talked about their plans. Watch the clip below the cut. (more…)
James Blunt, Alphabeat, James Morrison, Scouting For Girls, Eva Mendes, ‘X Factor’ contestant Diana Vickers and other celebs combined to “sing” the English Christmas carol ‘The Twelve Days Of Christmas’, for ITN. Watch it via YouTube below.
James Blunt has signed on to be the first ever guest editor for the global edition of the Metro newspaper for a day. The publication reaches 20 countries and more than 150 cities, with a worldwide readership of over 20 million.
The British singer songwriter will be working from the Metro Rome office where he will collaborate with Sakari Pitkanen, Global Editor-in-Chief. “I have long been fascinated by the media and am excited to have the chance to go behind the scenes at Metro and experience things from the other side,” Blunt remarked. “With so much going on in the world right now, I am looking forward to editing a newspaper, raising the profile of subjects close to my heart and hopefully have a little fun along the way. I might even give myself a good review!”
James Blunt is out with the music video to his new single ‘Carry You Home’, from the British singer songwriter’s second studio album ‘All the Lost Souls’, out now on Custard Records. Watch it below.
Pop acts on television this week include:
Natasha Bedingfield, who performs on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Monday.
Enrique Iglesias, who performs on ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ on Monday.
James Blunt, who performs on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Monday.
Tyler Hilton, who visits ‘The Sauce’ and ‘Total Request Live’ on Monday.
Maroon 5, who perform on ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ on Tuesday.
Ferras, who performs on ‘Today’ on Tuesday.
David Cassidy, who performs on ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ on Tuesday.
Idina Menzel, who performs on ‘The View’ on Wednesday.
‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’, ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’, ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’, and ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ musical guests aren’t being announced in advance during the writer’s strike.
James Blunt tells The Glasgow Daily Record that a performance at King Tut’s in Glasgow gave him the confidence to become a pop star. “I’ve had incredible support and it all started in Scotland,” the 33-year-old tells John Dingwall. “I went up there often because the live gigs were taking off in places like King Tut’s and ‘Back To Bedlam’ took off in Scotland before it did in England.”
Though Blunt has been linked to a string of celebrity women, including Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and Petra Nemcova, the singer songwriter insists he hasn’t let stardom go to his head. “I’ve had my feet on the ground because my friends and family have been abusive to me since this happened,” he joked. “But life is for living. In order to write songs I need to live life too. If I just sat in a hotel room I wouldn’t have anything to write about.” The full story at dailyrecord.co.uk has since been removed.
Pop acts on television this week include:
Victoria Beckham, who dishes on husband David, her new book, fashion line, and the Spice Girls’ Reunion Tour on ‘Larry King Live’ on Monday
James Blunt, who performs on ‘The View’ on Tuesday
‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis, who performs on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Tuesday
Feist, who performs on ‘Today’ on Wednesday
‘High School Musical’ star Vanessa Hudgens, Colbie Caillat and Katharine McPhee perform on TNT’s ‘Christmas In Washington 2007’ on Wednesday
Jonas Brothers and Ashley Tisdale, who appear on VH1’s ‘What Perez Sez About 2007’ on Thursday.
‘RTL Boulevard’ caught up with James Blunt for a feature during their show on Monday (November 12), where the British singer-songwriter talked about the advantages of playing smaller venues, how he considers music a great language, having no reason to tire from overplayed sons like ‘Beautiful’, and his complaint about how more money is spent on gossip in a week than on gossip in a year, prompting him to fume at the interviewer regarding queries about his personal life. That testiness got a laugh from the show’s hosts afterwards.
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