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    OXIA lands a fantastic mix on The Night Bazaar

    HAVING recently impressed with his official remix of Dorian Craft’s Kilamba back in April, French DJ, producer and Diversions Music co-founder OXIA now returns to his label for his first multi-track release of the year, with Runway EP featuring two amazing tunes, Run and Good Way.  Click or tap on the image to stream and download OXIA’s Runway EPHis Runway EP marks a continued run of fine studio form for the established Grenoble-based artist, whose carefully curated catalogue of productions has earned him a reputation as one of the most respected artists on the international electronic music circuit.  OXIA was the focus of our feature in Something For The Weekend in the newspaper on Friday, July 5.We caught up with OXIA this week and he’s recorded an exclusive mix for The Night Bazaar Sessions on Mixcloud which you can listen to now by clicking on the image below. OXIA told us;”I am happy to present my mix including among others the latest releases from my label Diversions Music, including tracks from my latest EP Runway, Nicolas Masseyeff and the new remixes from Dorian Craft’s album tracks, by Maga and Da Mike.”Click or tap on the image to head to The Night Bazaar on Mixcloud to listen to OXIA’s mix More

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    Stepping up as singer was a test but I am learning and loving it, says Kasabian’s frontman Serge Pizzorno

    “PLAYING Glastonbury and our Leicester show coming up this weekend, the stars are aligned,” says Kasabian frontman Serge Pizzorno.“It’s been ten years since we last played Glastonbury — that’s a long time to wait, and playing the Woodsies stage in the secret slot is iconic.Stepping up as singer was a test but I am learning and loving it, says Kasabian’s frontman Serge PizzornoCredit: Neil Bedford“We did pretty well to keep it a secret, as every now and then someone would say, ‘Are you doing Glasto?’ and I’d say, ‘Nah not this year’, so it was murder, but we managed to do it.”Anyone who witnessed the Leicester band at Worthy Farm or on the TV could see it was a spectacular set in the rammed-to-the-rafters tent playing banger after banger, old and new.Chatting over drinks in a London hotel bar, the singer is recalling high points from the sensational set.He says: “I think Call, the first single off our new album, was massive. It was the first time we’d played it in England, and it just went off. Then the last four songs of the set, I’ve never seen anything like it in my life.READ MORE ON MUSIC“So if you’re coming to Leicester this weekend or to another one of our shows, get ready to get stuck in. I want chaos.” Kasabian’s live shows have hit another level since 2020 when Pizzorno took over from disgraced original frontman Tom Meighan, who was fired for assaulting his now-wife Vikki Ager.The new frontman says: “Our show has got wilder. I wrote every one of these songs. I know every single word — they are in my veins, so it means more that I’m singing them.“More people are getting involved. The connection feels stronger than ever.”Most read in MusicAnd the band’s re-energised show has inspired their eighth album Happenings, a record of which Pizzorno says: “It’s a joyous, psychedelic pop record, and it’s happening.Watch Peter Crouch get on stage with Kasabian at Isle of Wight Festival with fans loving ex-England star’s dancing“I wanted it to take people from the mosh pit to the dancefloor then from the dancefloor back to the mosh pit.“What came out of it in the end with those shows were pure joy and are what informed making the new album.“Playing festivals and arenas and seeing a whole new generation of Kasabian fans made us ready to go and make this new album.“I went straight back into my studio and could feel the energy flowing through me.“Our sets are littered with big live moments — it’s exhilarating. I can see why playing shows drives so many people and why The Stones are still doing it.“Paul McCartney is 82 and he is still headlining Glastonbury, touring and smashing it. If you can still get up there and knock out a tune then I don’t know why you never would.“The new album is just 28 minutes long, so it’s in and it’s out — bang! I wanted it to feel like an explosion where you go, ‘Whoa, how much has happened in that time?’“I made every song to hit you. No verses, choruses or bridges — I wanted every song to start with the chorus and be super-tight, in- your-face and melodic.”I co-produce every Kasabian record and for this one I worked with Mark Ralph [Clean Bandit, Jax Jones and Years & Years], who has a pop sensibility, together with my weird stuff from my studio — it’s a perfect combination.“Happenings bangs like a really good modern record but it’s still got my weirdness and eccentric side of Kasabian.” The dad-of-two, 43, says his youngest son Lucio, 11, with wife Amy White, inspired one of the album’s standouts tracks, the anthemic G.O.A.T. watching a video of footballer Lionel Messi.He says: “My son came up to me and showed me Messi scoring some amazing goals but the music to the montage was awful, so I wrote down the Greatest Of All Time and this beat for that song just came.It would make a great Olympic anthem.”Call is another standout, and was the first song Pizzorno wrote for Happenings.Edgy and freneticHe says: “Call was the first song I was excited about. It’s a weird punk banger that felt like the blueprint of making every song hit you. That song set the tone. I think it’s a beautiful way of making a record and defines the era.”The edgy and frenetic Hell Of It is another knockout track which Pizzorno says “feels like a little step into the next record”.He adds: “There’s something special about that song, it can only be made by Kasabian. It’s a ‘what the hell is going on there’ track. I was thinking of early noughties Timbaland, N.E.R.D, and then it goes into Parliament-Funkadelic. I always love to switch a genre within a song.”Coming Back To Me Good is a synth pop, arms-in-the-air smash which Pizzorno is particularly proud of. He says: “It feels beautiful. It’s been played so much and is a real radio hit, which is great. It’s proper mainstream.“It’s almost like a Motown song, really. It’s soul and it’s got a lovely festival feel to it. It’s a feel-good tune and the message is ‘don’t give up, it’s not too late’.”According to the frontman, every Kasabian record has been a reaction to the previous one.He explains: “Our 2009 album, West Ryder, was a reaction to Empire in 2006 and Happenings is a reaction to The Alchemist’s Euphoria in 2022.“They are all snapshots of where my brain was at that specific time because the writing process now is exactly the same as it was for the first album.“I go to my studio and look for anything from beats, samples, guitar, piano, anything to write a song.”Kasabian’s live shows have hit another level since 2020 when Pizzorno took over from disgraced original frontman Tom MeighanCredit: Neil BedfordIt has been 20 years since Kasabian emerged with their self-titled debut album, and the idea of looking back to celebrate this anniversary was not on the cards for Pizzorno.“The best way to celebrate 20 years is with new music,” says Pizzorno.“We’re in our third decade and we have something new to say. We don’t need to look back at memories of writing LSF.“We can talk about this new album and how we have explored new music. It’s amazing that we’ve got this legacy, but songwriting is what I love.”Kasabian’s last album The Alchemist’s Euphoria was like a litmus test for Pizzorno as frontman and whether the band — including bassist Chris Edwards, drummer Ian Matthews and guitarist Tim Carter — could survive the upheaval that came with Meighan’s sacking.“It’s been nice for us all to move on. We’d never go back — I know too much.”Pizzorno adds: “Alchemist was a hard record to make.“It was hard for so many reasons, but not many bands this century have had six number ones so it was a nice thing to happen with Alchemist after everything we’d been through.“We went in at Number One and just carried on.“Of course it was also a test, yeah. It was a tightrope and that was the fear that this could go horribly wrong.“My path was written and then I was something else. I don’t think I ever gave myself enough time to think about it as it was just about getting through the night.The best way to celebrate 20 years is with new music.“Afterwards, when we finished touring, then I did have a moment of letting out a big breath of ‘I can’t believe what’s just happened’.“I am on this new journey that was never meant to be and I am learning and loving it. I have a lot of respect for frontmen and the audience as well. People pay money to come and be entertained so you’ve got to entertain them.“I like that simple transaction.”It’s not just Pizzorno’s music that is entertaining. The singer has worn some outlandish outfits at Kasabian shows, including a bespoke frilly denim suit at Glastonbury last week.He laughs: “My clothes are like armour. It’s all part of it.“My Glastonbury outfit was a collaboration with Levi’s. It was based on a Ghillie suit that one of my sons wanted for Christmas. It looked cool so that was my inspiration.The album Happenings is out today“Dressing up is all part of it — I grew up loving Iggy, Bowie, Prince and Karen O. That is who I aspire to be.“This guy is not getting up there in a pair of jeans and a hoodie. The outfit becomes this beacon of ‘F**k it’.“Since I’ve been a kid, fashion has always been a big part of my life. And my boys are loving it too.“My oldest boy [Ennio, 13] is about as big as me now so he’s rocking all kinds of gear. They are down the park wearing all my old gear.”On Sunday when Kasabian take to the stage in Victoria Park, Pizzorno says he has promised himself he will enjoy it and remember it, unlike their last big outdoor gig there a decade ago.“I didn’t take it in last time as we were headlining Glastonbury the weekend after.‘Underdog mentality’“This time I’m going to stand on the stage and take it in.“I remember fans singing for hours and hours as they were leaving — it was a huge celebration.“It’s a celebration of Leicester, too. We’re not a band from London, Liverpool or Manchester but Leicester and it’s got that underdog mentality to it.READ MORE SUN STORIES“It’s going to be very special and unbelievable. I can’t wait.”The album Happenings is out today. Kasabian play Victoria Park, Leicester on Sunday. More

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    Radio 1’s Kenny Allstar talks Headie One, how TikTok has changed rap and the ‘best job on the planet’

    LEGENDARY DJ Kenny Allstar is renowned for his passion on the rap and hip-hop scene and has continued to make waves up and down the UK.The Radio 1 host recently starred in a brand new show that spotlights four of the UK’s hottest rappers, showcasing the stories behind the fame.Kenny Allstar is the host of the BBC Radio 1Xtra Rap ShowCredit: BBCDocu-series Living Lyrics sees Kenny go behind the scenes with rappers such as Mist and Headie OneCredit: LIVING LYRICSFronted by Kenny the four-part docuseries which airs on My5 sees each act deliver two iconic performances before a deep dive interview.As a champion for Black music, Kenny told us all about why the show Living Lyrics is so important and why he thinks viewers should watch. The Radio 1 DJ, said: “I have to present such a special project and I always put the artists first with anything that I do.“When you put your neck on the line to do that, I think artists naturally have that trust for you. So for example, you could have got a well-seasoned presenter that does factual content to do Living Lyrics, right? Could be a Louis Theroux, could have been a Ross Kemp, it could have been anyone.Read more on Kenny Allstar“But I think the conversation that you get with them is completely different to the conversation you’ll have with me.”Going on to explain why viewers should watch the show, Kenny said: “I think naturally on the surface, we get to see the best sides of every artist, whether you’re a fan or you’re a casual listener, all you get to see is the best of them because that’s where we are in 2024.”  “I wouldn’t be nowhere without the rapper and rap as an art form is expression. “So I hope people take that from Living Lyrics and even if they don’t, I just hope that it’s just a good watch for them at the bare minimum,” Most read in MusicThe rise of TikTok has seen artists gain overnight success in just a few clicks.Kenny now admits how hard it can be for some rappers to get mainstream success and revealed his thoughts on how TikTok has changed rap.Radio 1’s newest star hits back at criticism after he was accused of ‘swanning in’ to BBC top job“More times out of none, artists now have to try and conform and what conforming looks like now is different to what it looked like in 2010.  “In 2010, a rapper would have to probably jump on a house song and repeat four bars and get a huge house DJ or garage or dubstep DJ at the time to remix it and then that’s their hit.“Now with the rise of TikTok and short form content, it’s all about how do I get your attention for 10 seconds? I will find the best 10 seconds of that and push that till the cows come home, even though you might not have another hit. “So now it’s more about the business, I’m not going to lie, it is.“The special artists do find a balance, the Dave’s of the world, the Stormzy’s of the world, and Central Cee – the list is endless.”In the docu-series fans get to see Kenny go behind the scenes with legendary rappers such as Mist and Headie One.Speaking on his relationship with rapper Headie One, Kenny said:  “There’s also other vulnerable moments speaking to Headie One, who has been through a lot in not just the world of rap, but just in life in general. “If you type in Kenny Allstar and Headie One, you’ll see a million and one songs, 3,000 moments and we’ve been there from the beginning.“I do feel like I’ve reached a certain stage in this rap world where I’m kind of like, that’s my responsibility now, to uphold the reputation of these individuals and help the media paint them in a good light for once.”In 2023 Kenny was named as the host of the Radio 1 Rap Show, where he broadcasts on the prestigious Saturday night slot at 9pm.The DJ took over from Tiffany Calver who stepped down from the role after four years.Speaking about his job, Kenny said: “Every day I wake up and I say that I’ve got one of the best jobs on this planet. “My mom always used to tell me that, I think my greater purpose on the planet is to put others before me, sometimes that might be a detriment, but I love that.“Sometimes it’s good to just be the guy in the background that just motivates everybody else.“Because you’ve done something great in the world, right? You’ve actually helped, you know, people change their perspectives. And through even the platforms that I have helped create, it’s gone on to help artists be multimillionaires in the UK rap world.” Kenny went on to reflect on his own legacy and how the DJ hopes to build it. The Radio1 host explained: “I think legacy for me is just making sure that I’ve helped change people’s lives.“I think that’s happening right now, I think you could probably speak to a few artists that could probably say, you know what? At a time when no one wanted to listen, at a time when they didn’t want to let us in certain buildings, Kenny helped get the key for us.“If that’s what I’m remembered for when this was all said and done.READ MORE SUN STORIES“I’m happy with that.” Living Lyrics is now available to stream on My5Headie One (real name Irving Ampofo Adjei) is a rapper and singer from TottenhamCredit: GettyThe DJ and presenter also hosts the Mad About Bars series on Mixtape Madness on YouTubeCredit: BBC More

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    Watch as A-listers party at Girls Aloud’s final tour show before band break down in tears during Sarah Harding tribute

    A-LIST stars were out in force to watch Girls Aloud final tour show in London this week.Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh took to the stage for a very intimate gig at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire for one final hurrah.The stars were out in force to watch Girls Aloud on stageCredit: BackGridRylan could be seen having loads of funCredit: The SunRita Ora looked very excited alongside her husbandCredit: The SunRita really enjoyed the showAnd Rita Ora, husband Taika Waititi, Ashley Roberts, Rylan Clark and Graham Norton were amongst those who danced in the balcony at the gig- held exclusively for lucky O2 and Virgin Media broadband customers who had won tickets.Superfan Rita, who looked amazing in a sheer dress from Primark, was seen going wild alongside her Taika,48.The girls played through a series of hits including Love Machine, Sound of the Underground, The Promise and Biology.And everyone was moved to tears when the group paid a heartbreaking tribute to Sarah Harding.Read More on Girls AloudThey revealed they would be singing along to Sarah in an unreleased version of I’ll Stand By You.Sarah – who tragically passed away from breast cancer in 2021 – had sung the track solo and both the band and the crowd joined in as a video of her played out.Cheryl and Nadine were seen hugging on stage, before comforting a crying Kimberley Walsh.In the audience, Rylan appeared very moved and clapped for the very special moment, while Denise Van Outen also looked emotional.Most read in MusicThe girls came back together this year after having a long break from performing, and were more confident than ever.They are now planning a new documentary with ITV after cameras followed them on tour.Watch emotional moment Cheryl and Nadine ‘end feud’ at Girls Aloud’s final show after fans spot tensions on tourCameras captured scenes backstage and some of the private moments when they remembered bandmate Sarah.A source said: “There’s a number of options on the table as to how ITV could deliver the final piece.”Backstage footage has been captured but bosses feel there’s equal value in presenting the show in its entirety as one glossy set piece, just like Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour.”To be able to celebrate this chapter feels like an honour and everyone is committed to doing it justice.“Honouring their legacy and remembering Sarah is so important. However the finished product ends up, it will be a gorgeous piece of TV.”Cheryl and Nadine shared a huge hugCredit: The SunThe group appear to be closer than ever nowCredit: The SunRita Ora looked amazing in a sheer dressCredit: Rex More

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    BST fans left fuming as festival confirms it won’t be showing England’s crunch Euros game on Saturday

    FOOTBALL fans have to prepare to be disappointed if they’re going to British SummerTime festival this weekend – as they’ll be missing out on the Euros. The annual music festival, held in London’s Hyde Park, will see Robbie Williams headline this Saturday, alongside Seal, Gaz Coombes and Kate Nash. Robbie Williams will perform at Hyde Park this SaturdayCredit: SplashThe concert will clash with England’s essential Euros game against SwitzerlandCredit: APBut it will also directly clash with England’s latest game at the Euros – where Gareth Southgate’s team will be fighting for their spot against Switzerland. The game is key to the team’s success in the Euros, with a win of the final eight clash confirming their spot in the semi-finals. Kick-off of the game is 5pm in the UK, which will mean ticketholders will have to choose what they would rather watch, as it’s been claimed BST will not be showing the game on screens. Gates for the event close at 8.30pm, and with the game scheduled to finish until 8pm (extra time not included), fans will be cutting it close if they want to see both. READ MORE BSTOne fan wrote to the team: “Please show the England game !!! The atmosphere would be unreal !!!” “CANT BELIEVE YOU ARENT SHOWING THE ENGLAND GAME!” added another. “they didn’t show it last weekend and you can’t get any signal in there at all to even watch it on your phone!” said a third. “ohhh gutted. There’s going to be sooooo many people queueing to enter at 8pm,” wrote a fourth. Most read in MusicThe Sun has contacted BST representatives for comment and clarification. The new reports come as England fans have resorted to desperate measures not to miss games while also enjoying this summer’s biggest music events. Robbie Williams has been a keen player at Soccer Aid for many years At Glastonbury Festival, which aired last week, Louis Tomlinson bought two TVs and generator just so he could help revellers watch England V Slovakia in the middle of Worthy Farm. England won 2-1, after a nail-biting 95th minute equaliser by Jude Bellingham, followed by Harry Kane sealing the win 50 seconds into extra time. BST has been a long-standing summer staple in the heart of London, with four weekends worth of concerts playing out on the Hyde Park stage. Shania Twain will headline Sunday’s show after her star turn at Glastonbury, with Stevie Nicks, Kylie Minogue and Stray Kids headlining next weekend’s events, rounding off the summer series. Robbie will appear on stage from 8.30pm – just half an hour after the gameCredit: Getty – ContributorFans have appealed on Instagram for BST to allow screens to show the gameCredit: Instagram More

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    Watch as huge boyband legend shock fans by ditching car and WALKING streets to his own arena gig alongside concertgoers

    HE was a member of a world famous boyband that was mobbed by fans wherever it went.But One Direction’s Niall Horan, 30, remains humble enough to walk to his own solo show after bad traffic brought his car to a standstill.Niall Horan walked to a recent gig in Canada after getting stuck in bad trafficHe admitted it’s the first time he’s had to turn up to a show on footCredit: TikTok/@niallhorannationNiall is in the middle of a huge world tourCredit: The Mega AgencyThe Irishman arrived at his Toronto arena show in surprising fashion for a pop star, and it left fans stunned.Fed up of waiting for the roads to clear, Niall ditched his car close to the Scotiabank Arena and walked the rest of the way amongst his supporters.In a video shared to TikTok, he said: “Traffic’s too bad in Toronto so we’re walking to the venue. In all of the years playing show I don’t think I’ve walked into a venue.”Dressed in a cap, shades and a white T-shirt, he casually strolled without being bothered.READ MORE ON NIALL HORANOne fan commented on the clip: “Imagine just seeing Niall Horan walking into Scotiabank Arena.”Another said: “The true Toronto experience.”A third posted: “I’m so proud celebrities can just walk into venues in Canada. Just beautiful.”The freedom to actually walk alongside the public is something that was alien to him just a decade ago.Most read in MusicIn an interview with Cosmopolitan last year he explained how 1D mania left him scared to go outside at times.He said: “I loved touring, but it was f**king crazy. We’d go to countries and never see a second of it – it was hotel, venue, plane, same again. Niall Horan in shock over ‘shots fired’ on The Voice US from Gwen Stefani “We couldn’t get out the [hotel] door. If you went out in the car, you’d be seen and chased [by fans]. I understand why it was going on, but it gave me a thing where, when I came back to London, I would be afraid to go out. There was a period where I actually couldn’t.”The madness of the 1D years might have finally subsided eight years after the band split, but that’s not to say Niall’s star is on the way out.He’s released three successful albums as a solo artist- Flicker, Heartbreak Weather and The Show – and has millions of followers on social media.Pop’s Mr Nice enjoys chatting to fan posts, and probably got a kick out of the response to his walking clip.He said: “Sometimes I type my name in to see tweets I’m not tagged in. If I see the fans talking about me without tagging me, I’ll reply. “I like winding people that don’t like me up. I get such a laugh. I also try to reply to people who ask genuine questions about the music, or what I’m up to.”He found fame as one fifth of One DirectionCredit: Getty More

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    Eighties pop icon, 55, looks like she’s ageing backwards 35 years after huge hit, working with Eminem and quitting fame

    EIGHTIES pop icon Martika looks like she’s ageing backwards 35 years after huge hit, working with Prince and Eminem and quitting fame.The 55-year-old – real name Marta Marrero – is best known for her tune Toy Soldiers which was released in 1989.Martika looks amazing 35 years after her big tune hit the chartsCredit: X @MartikaTunesThe singer is best known for her song Toy SoldiersCredit: GettyToy Soldiers got to the number one spot in the US. She won the best performed song at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards in 1990. It was such a hit that rapper Eminem sampled the song for his Like Toy Soldiers from his 2004 album Encore.Martika shot to fame in the early 80s on children’s TV show Kids Incorporated.Read more on musicIt wasn’t until 1988 when her debut studio album Martika was released that she was recognised in mainstream.She later released Martika’s Kitchen in 1991.Martika wrote her second album with Prince and it included hits such as Love Thy Will Be Done.Her popular songs include More Than You Know and I Feel the Earth Move.Most read in MusicIn 1992 she decided to take a break from music.In an interview back in 2016 she explained why, saying she simply “didn’t want to be in the public eye.”Olly Murs CANCELS Glasgow show minutes before doors open because he’s stuck in an airportMartika added: “The music industry is extremely self indulgent and egocentric and narcissistic. If all you ever do is talk about yourself what kind of person do you become?“The pressures of the music industry, of that life, I backed away from that. It’s much better for your sanity and the human side of one’s self.”She continued to tell News.com.au: “It can be a little bit overwhelming to try and make everyone happy. I didn’t really have a business perspective. Now, all these young acts know it’s a business, they know you’re a brand. And that’s what it is, you’re an artist but you’re really a product.“But we’re human beings, we’re not a can of soup. It’s not like you’re on the shelf for sale, but yet you’re made to feel like that.“All of that was confusing for a young mind. I’m just a person. So I took the scenic route of my life. I went ‘Hey, I think I wanna do my life away from that world’.”On her official website it states that she did perform at a number of events in 2019.She’s been married to Michael Mozart since 2001.On May 20 she took to her X account to thank fans for their birthday wishes.She said: “I want to thank everyone for all of the beautiful birthday wishes! It means so much to me. “I don’t post often but I do read many of your posts. READ MORE SUN STORIES”I am working in Martika’s Kitchen (hee hee). I have ALWAYS been slow to produce things, but I am cooking up something.”Love ya!”The star shot to fame in the 80sCredit: Getty More

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    Simon Cowell’s new boyband search forced to slash auditions and hire TikTok stars to promote show

    WHEN they made their X Factor debut, the One Direction boys had to join queues packed with thousands of wannabes at one of a dozen audition days.But that’s not quite the case with Simon Cowell’s new bid to find the next big boyband – which is set to appear in a Netflix documentary called The Midas Touch.I can reveal that the two Newcastle dates – where they planned to kick off the “nationwide hunt” tomorrow (July 4)  –  have been quietly axed, shrinking the number of auditions from nine to seven.Simon Cowell’s search for a new boyband has shrunk somewhatCredit: GettySimon feels the world is crying out for another One DirectionCredit: Getty Simon surprised the industry when he announced he was launching the tour, first in Newcastle, then Liverpool, Dublin and London.And he even admitted: “There’s always a high degree of risk and I genuinely have no idea what’s going to happen! We might uncover an incredible group; we might not get there. What if no one shows up to auditions? That could be awkward.” When the process was launched last month, Simon even boasted about how much he wanted to be in the capital of the north-east, a region which has seen him find talents including James Arthur and Cheryl Cole.READ MORE ON SIMON COWELLJust a few weeks ago he was praising the local cuisine, in the form of Gregg’s chicken bakes, and added: “I wanted to go to places with fun people, so Newcastle, yeah. I like the people from Newcastle.”Yesterday representatives for Simon said that the Newcastle dates hadn’t been officially cancelled because no venues had been booked for the auditions. Instead it was down to their “travel schedule.”But in further worrying signs, Simon has also been forced to take the unusual step of promoting the call-out itself by booking TikTok and Instagram stars to plug the opportunity. Producers reached out to a number of creators and asked them to post content about the try-outs. Most read in MusicBruno Tonioli will be dropped from Britain’s Got Talent’s £100m revamp next yearSimon recently completed another run of Britain’s Got TalentCredit: Getty More