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14 Feb 2019
Catagories: Gallery, Video 39

If you missed it last Friday, watch Nadine cameo in Soft Border Patrol, a Northern Irish mockumentary sitcom in the style of a reality television programme based around the subject of the Republic of Ireland–United Kingdom border in a post-Brexit world.


I’ve also added a load of screen captures in the gallery, some cracking moody/annoyed facial expressions!

> Screen Captures > Television Cameos > February 8th – Soft Border Patrol


5 Nov 2018
Catagories: Gallery, Project 35

Nadine Coyle has joined forces with BBC Children In Need and Asda to launch a campaign that will raise money to help disadvantaged children and young people through play.

The former Girls Aloud star said she is thrilled to support the 2018 Power Of Play campaign, and is the initiative’s new Play Ambassador.

The singer recently visited the Limes Community Centre in Walthamstow, north-east London, to find out how funding from the charity is helping disabled children with opportunities to play.

The centre, which encourages its young attendees to try new things, develop skills and explore their senses through different play-related activities, is partially funded by Children In Need, receiving a grant of just over £75,000 from the charity across three years.

The funding enables them to pay for a Child and Family Support Co-ordinator, who plans and delivers play activities.

At the centre, Coyle met Aleenah, who has no sight in her right eye due to Peter’s Syndrome, a rare condition which means the eye does not fully develop in the womb.

The Limes has been invaluable to the eight-year-old, as having access to its sensory room has helped her be more relaxed with light, and her sensitivity levels have improved.

Coyle, 33, said the centre has a “beautiful atmosphere” and is a “very happy place” for all those to use it and benefit from it.

She added that there should be more such facilities available across the country to help those in need.

Dr Amanda Gummer, a research psychologist specialising in child development, said: “Play is vital for healthy child development – it’s how children make sense of their world and develop all sorts of important skills.

“Children’s natural curiosity and imagination help them learn about the way the world works, and playing with friends teaches them the social skills they need throughout their lives. Active play promotes physical development and well-being and a balanced approach to play promotes healthy, holistic child development.”

Coyle has worked with Children In Need several times throughout her career, and said the Power Of Play campaign was the “perfect” project for her.

As part of the campaign, Asda also hopes to inspire parents to play games with their children in an attempt to get them away from their computer screens, something that Coyle has struggled to do with her own daughter.

Coyle noticed a change in four-year-old Anaiya, her daughter with partner Jason Bell, when she was playing on her iPad.

The singer said: “She loved watching videos of other people opening presents and playing with toys.

“It put her in a bad mood, so we stopped it completely.”

Asda customers will be able to pick up a play planner, take part in in-store fundraising activities or purchase Pudsey clothing and ears, with all donations going to Children In Need.

Pictures:
>> Public Appearances > 2018 > November 1st – Children In Need Power of Play

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6 Oct 2018
Catagories: Gallery, Performance, Video 24


Pictures:
>> Performances > 2018 > October 5th – No More Knives concert in Hull


27 Jun 2018
Catagories: Gallery, Music, Performance 22


Nadine made an appearance at a bar in London, to celebrate it’s 9th birthday on Monday evening.

Many of you may recognise her outfit, its the same one from the Tangled Up tour 10 years ago!!


You can watch a 6 minute video of her set [HERE]

And we have some pictures over on the gallery [HERE]


28 May 2018
Catagories: Gallery, Music, Performance 26

As you may have seen on our Twitter or Instagram, one half of Nadine Coyle UK (Hayley) went to see our hair-flipping Queen at Birmingham Pride on Saturday, and got to meet her!

I cannot describe how even more beautiful Nadine is, in person, and such a sweetie! The meet and greet was before the performance, and although it was a really quick hello and a photo, I shall remember it for a good while.

As i had VIP, the main stage had a sectioned off area at the front for us special people. I managed to get to the front.

When the backdrop visuals changed for her set, i got massive goosebumps. Her female dancers came on stage first and then her male dancers bought her on. I was shaking the whole time, singing as loud as i could and dancing along the best i could in the very small space i had around me!

Her setlist:
• Go To Work
• Something Kinda Oooh
• Gossip
• Sound Of The Underground
• Call The Shots
• Girls On Fire
• Go To Work/Something New

After she sang SOTU, she rushed off stage. An announcement was made that we had to evacuate the VIP area due to a lighting rig hanging off the roof of the tent! That lasted about 20 minutes and was quite a stressful time as we lost our positioning and put a slight dampner on it all! However I still got to the front for her last 3 songs. I even shed some tears during Call The Shots as i just could not believe what i was seeing!

I managed to take some video clips and put it into 1 video for you all. I didn’t get a video of a full song as i was taking photos too. Just to mention, I have not sped up the audio on this video!

Apologies for my singing in the background!!

I have also added 79 HQ photos to the gallery which you can view below.

She still has some festival dates coming up, see the left hand bar for details. I do hope you can go to see and support her as it’s one gig you will never forget!