The Rolling Stones have a yoga studio and rehab room to help the band prepare for grueling gigs

The Rolling Stones have been at the forefront of the music industry for decades and deserve the best.

The legendary musician takes the stage in Spain tonight Atlético de Madrid Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on the opening night of their massive 60 tour.

The Rolling Stones have a fitness room and a recovery room to help the band prepare for a tough gig


The Rolling Stones have a fitness room and a recovery room to help the band prepare for a tough gigCredit: Reuters

They will live a life of luxury backstage.

Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Steve Jordanthe band’s drummer touring after his death Charlie Watts Last August — sold out 53,000 venue with full VIP treatment.

In addition to the gym where they can do yoga stretches to get ready for an intense performance, they also have a special area to make sure they feel totally ready before going on stage.

A show insider said: “The Rolling Stones are a well-oiled machine, in addition to acting like clockwork on stage, they’re running a tight ship behind the scenes.

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“Mick likes to work out with his personal trainer before every show, so they have a well-equipped gym for him.

“And Ronnie and Keith have a special ‘mixing room’ where they can improvise and play, and Mick will join them in a warm-up before they go on stage.

“The preparation and preparation this time around puts them at their best in the crowd.”

The gig will be the band’s first on European soil without Charlie.

Those who worked on the spectacular show revealed that his bandmates (including Steve) will remember him on stage.

Another source added: “Charlie is at the forefront of these shows in everyone’s mind and he will be missed.

“A special tribute to him will be played on the big screen and the band will pay tribute to him during the show.”

After Madrid, the band will perform 13 more shows in Europe and here – including in British Summer Time On June 25 in London’s Hyde Park, they will play their longtime rivals Paul McCartneyWho’s playing Glastonbury the same day.

I was lucky enough to fly to Madrid to watch Stone Playing tonight, so check out Friday’s paper for my review.

If you have a ticket, I’ll see you there.

glowing leona

Leona Lewis In a few weeks, her due date looks absolutely glowing.

The bleeding love singer is pregnant with her husband Dennis Jauch, a German choreographer.

Leona Lewis looks absolutely radiant ahead of her due date


Leona Lewis looks absolutely radiant ahead of her due dateCredit: Instagram
She posted on Insta: 'My baby is sprinkled with all the love'


She posted on Insta: ‘My baby is sprinkled with all the love’Credit: Instagram

She wore the floral outfit to her baby shower at her home in Los Angeles, and wrote on Instagram: “My baby is sprinkled with all the love.

“Love my friends and family so much and feel so supportive and uplifting in the final stages of my pregnancy.”

proud cover

Karen Scott Pride month kicked off with the release of an emotional cover for Greg Holden’s 2015 single Boys In The Street.

It will appear on his new album Bridges, which will be released in a few weeks.

Calum Scott kicks off Pride month by releasing emotional cover


Calum Scott kicks off Pride month by releasing emotional coverCredit: Getty

Calum said, “It’s one of the few songs that makes me cry the first time I hear it.

“I immediately connected to the original version and wanted to document my own interpretations over the past few years.

“I knew it would be a great fit for Bridges, and, in some ways, that was the song I missed.

“I know this song resonates not only with me, but with other people around the world.”

Kim cuts a kadash for the jubilee

Kim Kardashian Almost American royalty, but it seems she’s keen to respect ours Queen Time to fly to the UK Platinum Jubilee Celebrations.

The reality TV star and her American comedy boyfriend Pete Davidson Dinner in London on a Monday night.

Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson pictured in London


Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson pictured in LondonCredit: TOT/Click News & Media

They looked so in love, and Pete even dyed his hair blond just like gold.

But things didn’t go well for Kim’s predecessor Kanye Westits fifth divorce lawyer just resigned.

They have been discussing the details of KIm and Kanye’s separation, but his newest legal representative, hired only two months ago, no longer wants to work with him because of an “irreconcilable breakdown of the attorney-client relationship”.

No wonder Kim looks happy to be on the other side of the world.

Joss: I will keep writing

Joss Stone When her kids go to school, she quits acting because she doesn’t want them growing up in the music business.

The singer is pregnant with her second child with her American boyfriend Cody DaLuz, a musician and former private security guard.

Joss Stone to quit acting after her kids go to school


Joss Stone to quit acting after her kids go to schoolCredit: Getty

Jos insists that she will focus on writing songs for other performers as the kids get older.

Jos, who is already mum to one-year-old daughter Violet, said: “I don’t want to leave her. It’s totally doable to take babies on a trip when they’re young. Cody works on the bus with his computer.

“He took me on stage with Violet. He went back and gave her a bath and when I was done on stage it was time to put her to bed. So it was perfect.

“But when she goes to school, it won’t be a problem. I’ve wanted to be a mom for a long time. It’s something I want to do.”

She added on the Sweat, Snot & Tears podcast: “My dream is to write for other singers. I can do that at home. So I can send Violet to school, come home, write some songs, and pick it up She. This is what I want.

“If I could arrange my life that way, it would be perfect.”

Gail was stopped

American teen singer-songwriter Gail hit number one in January with her track abcdefu, but she could have achieved success earlier if it wasn’t for the pandemic.

Introducing her unreleased song That Much at a gig at Omeara in central London on Monday, she said: “The song I’m going to sing was written when I was 15.

“I was really excited to do the whole ‘stage, microphone, singing in front of humans’ thing and then Covid happened

“But here we are, I probably wouldn’t sing these songs at 15, but I’m 17.

“I’ll be 18 next month – a full-fledged adult. It’s horrible.”

Speaking of her most recent tune, EZ, she joked: “This song makes fun of how people make fun of my generation. But honestly, we’re all punks.”

There are platinum parties on the steps. . like her major

pace The reunion is longer than the first time they’ve been together – today announced the release of the upcoming hit album “Platinum Series” to commemorate the 25th anniversary since their 1997 debut single 5, 6, 7, 8.

But they insist it’s not a sign they’ve broken up again. They split after setting their first gold record in 2001 and returned in 2017.

In an exclusive chat, Lisa Scott-Lee Said, “We’ve been there and got the T-shirts. We haven’t talked about breaking up because Steps is forever and have so much love for the team.”

Released on 19 August, the album will feature 21 tracks, including two new ones, and will follow a series of UK gigs, starting with this Friday’s Mighty Hoopla festival in Brockwell Park, south London.

Lisa said: “It’s nostalgic, we’ve always enjoyed rehearsals. Like, ‘Oh, look at you! We’re going! Blue, Anastasia, Natalie Imbrilia, with a lot of great performances. “

Faye Tozer insists she and bandmate Lisa are still party girls and will celebrate after the show.

Faye, who also has bandmates Claire Richards, Lee Latchford-Evans and Ian “H” Watkins, said: “It takes at least three hours to relax after being on stage, which is a real adrenaline rush.”

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Lisa said: “After the show, we were in a climax. You got the crowd dancing, you made moves to you, you sang, it was electric.

“It’s nice to chat about it with a glass of bubbles afterwards, and then you go out and celebrate.”