Full clip of Nicola Roberts on ‘The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle‘
Aired a few weeks ago, this is the full clip of Nicola’s appearance in HD quality!
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Last night, Nicola appeared on a new E4 comedy show called The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle.
The show is a sketch series with Amanda Holden and Keith Lemon dressed up as ‘Mandy’s nan’, as she promotes her album.
The story line is that Nicola was appearing on Sunday Brunch to sing ‘ Wind Beneath My Wings’ with Amanda on live TV, to promote the album. Amanda gets stuck in traffic, and Nicola refuses to sing a solo as she doesn’t know the full song. Not wanting to disappoint viewers, the nan steps in Amanda’s place to sing with Nicola!
Remember this is Keith Lemon dressed up!! 🤣
Nicola tries so hard to hide her laughter throughout this!
Watch the clip below:
You can catch the full clip on All4 [HERE] starting at 15min 10secs.
One week on from Sarah Harding’s death, Nicola posted a lovely caption on her Instagram.
The week has been a blur. Waves of disbelief and realisation as we navigate through this. I wanted to show appreciation for the lovely tributes to Sarah and outpour of love we have received. Also, acknowledgment for how Sarah’s passing has affected many people who are fighting this cruel disease. My heart is with you. Here is sarah in her element with the artic monkey boys at the NME awards. A habitat more natural for her than any glitzy party. The most Rock & Roll in the room. Showing the indie boys how it’s done. x
Thinking of all the girls so much ❤️
Sarah Harding died this morning, age 39 😢
Nicola wrote this lovely tribute on her Instagram page.
R.I.P Sarah <3 Fly high! ✨
Last week she was seen at The Launch Of Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience At The Truman Brewery.
You can view photos of her in our gallery: https://nicolarobertsmedia.com/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=910On Thursday, she was seen in the West End to watch The Constellations.
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Nicola Roberts says she refused the government’s request to endorse its Online Safety Bill, due to “loopholes” in the legislation.
The singer said was asked to “champion” the bill after suffering abuse, harassment and online stalking.
But she said the draft bill does not do enough to stop people who’ve been banned from setting up new accounts.
The government said the legislation would tackle anonymous accounts without imposing a “blanket ban” on anonymity.
“I am unconcerned with chasing the rabbit,” she said in a statement. “I would rather just fill the hole.”
Roberts said she had been invited to discuss the bill by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) two weeks ago.
Although the meeting was private, she said the racist abuse aimed at Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after Sunday’s Euro 2020 final on Sunday strengthened her conviction that the legislation needed to be tougher.
“The online racism we have seen since last night’s England game targeted at, in particular, a 19-year-old is despicable,” she said.
“Regardless of whether an abuser’s account is blocked or taken down, perpetrators make the time to start another and start again. It highlights why those loopholes need to be filled and this has to stop!”
In response, a DCMS spokesperson said anonymous accounts were important for certain groups of people, including those “exploring their sexuality or suffering domestic abuse”.
However, they added, the proposed bill would force social media companies to meet a duty of care, “which will mean stopping repeat offenders from opening new accounts and working with the authorities to make it easier to find people who set up accounts anonymously to abuse others”.
Roberts said she was asked to lend her support, alongside other public figures, in the hope of the bill becoming law.
However, after reading the draft legislation, she explained she “couldn’t support the bill until something more concrete was developed”.
“It would be unproductive and a slap in the face for me to support something that ultimately was still contributing to countless people experiencing abuse online,” she added.
The singer, who won the first series of The Masked Singer last year, urged fans to write to their MPs demanding a tougher solution.
“It’s not the overall fix in combating why people are hateful,” she said. “But it’s a piece of the puzzle that helps keep people safer online.”
A plethora of celebrities came together to support the vaccine drive through song!
Conceived and directed by Josie Rourke, the video features David Walliams, Sandra Marvin, Don Warrington, Jim Broadbent, Russell Tovey, Nicola Roberts and Asa Butterfield.
The group performs “The Rhythm of Life” from iconic musical Sweet Charity, Rourke’s final production as artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse.
Watch the video below to see Nicola in action (Those vocals <3), and if you havn't already, go book a vaccine!