People don’t get married every day. This is why it’s not surprising that folks who plan for their wedding celebration are often not shying away from spending big amounts of money so that really everything would go perfectly.
One of the most important things for such one-time events like a wedding is unarguably the musical entertainment. Simply spoken, a poor choice there can turn even the most-well planned event into a failure, or at least into a day that will soon be forgotten. A lot of people don’t really consider how important wedding entertainment can be, they usually go the route to book a band or DJ for the day and that’s about it.
But why spend lots of money on everything else but then make a compromise when it comes to entertaining your guests? My recommendation for your next wedding celebration would be that you look into what’s called “surprise entertainment”, like that from the Singing Waiters. The Singing Waiters are an awesome group of performers who can really turn any average wedding into an unforgettable experience.
What I love about them is how they really go out of their way to make the wedding super-fun, by incorporating the guests into their shows with hilarious singing and dancing performances. And of course, the surprise when the “waiters” all of a sudden turn into amazing performers and start their show! I can highly recommend the Singing Waiters if you want something really special for your wedding entertainment!
Although the Brit Awards are always a showcase for diversity with performers from everywhere, it was David Bowie who dominated the show this year.
David Bowie, the British star and singer who died more than one year ago had been awarded the best British male and best British album, for “Blackstar”.
With David Bowie dominating the Brit Awards 2017, many other artists this years had been left without any trophies.
Another highlight of the show was the celebrated performance by Skepta with his song “Shut Down”.
It is estimated that about 5.5 million viewers watched the ceremony this past Wednesday.
Dr. Who fans were shocked when Capaldi made the announcement on a BBC Radio 2 show. The actor said he’ll leave the show by the end of the year. Peter Capaldi is the 12th actor to play the Doctor in 2013.
“I feel sad, I love Doctor Who, it is a fantastic programme to work on,” he was quoted saying. “I can’t praise the people I work with more highly, but I have always been someone that did a lot of different things.”
Capaldi however told the listeners that he is still Doctor Who at the moment, and that filming will go on.