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? Something For The Weekend is at Clwb Ifor WBach, Cardiff, tonight, from 10pm-3am.
Something for the weekend? I almost said, then stopped myself-- my
She then headed to New Look for something for the weekend, a long black and white top and some black leggings.
Unsurprisingly, the first song to really get the audience excited was Generation Sex from Fin de Siecle, the album which brought us National Express, and later Something for the Weekend.
The singer, best known for hits such as National Express and Something For The Weekend, is back in the studio and gave Show blitz a little in sight into just what might be in the next album.
The self-appointed 'ladette' leader revelled in the cheap tackiness of TV show Something For The Weekend like a 13-year-old with a dirty book, although even those who bothered to switch it on regarded it as utterly vulgar.
Together with with Tim Lovejoy he co-hosted the BBC Two programme Something for the Weekend from 2006 until 2012, before co-hosting Channel 4 programme Sunday Brunch and its spin-off Daily Brunch.
Something For The Weekend will mark two decades since the world was introduced to the Furries' debut on Creation Records and will feature DJ sets from long-time SFA collaborators Kliph Scurlock and Kris Jenkins, as well as visuals by Dyl Goch - the filmmaker who created Separado!
While the likes of Something for the Weekend and National Express are great fun, it's gorgeous, comparatively low-key tracks like Absent Friends and Sunrise which I return to on a regular basis.
Bolton Wanderers Football Club, Simon Rimmer, resident chef on BBC2's Something for the Weekend and celebrated food writer and Masterchef Judge Jay Rayner are just some of those backing the national event, which is expected to encourage 50,000 children and parents across the country to get cooking on April 5.
Campaign tore into Something For The Weekend host Lovejoy.
Last weekend Shed of the Year judge Sarah Beeny was on the BBC Two television show Something for the Weekend and mentioned our annual competition and name checked my alter ego unclewilco, which was nice.
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