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UK Celebrity Appearances from Hayley Tamaddon, Ted Robbins, Michael le Vell and many more.

Based in the UK, The Nigel Round Management and Entertainment Agency represents and arrange bookings and UK celebrity appearances for Hayley Tamaddon, Ted Robbins, Michael le Vell and hundreds of other artistes, many of which you will find in these pages. Please contact us for availability or to be considered for our artiste register.

Nigel Round will help bring a touch of glamour to your event or special occasion with a personal appearance from any of our hundreds of celebrities, soap stars, sports personalities, vocalists and groups. To book Hayley Tamaddon, Ted Robbins, Michael le Vell or any of our other celebrities, please use our contact page.
Cleopatra Cleopatra

The first time the girls stepped on stage they were known as Cleopatra And The Attractions; at that point Cleo was the lead singer and her sisters were backing singers/dancers. They later dropped that name and became known as the band Cleopatra. Their debut single was "Cleopatra's Theme", which was taken from their debut album Comin' Atcha!, and it entered the UK chart at #3 giving them their first Top 5 hit single.

The next three singles - "Life Ain't Easy", the former Jackson 5 hit "I Want You Back" and "Thank Abba For The Music" - all followed the same success heading into the Top 5, gaining the girls BRIT Awards and MOBO Awards nominations. They performed at the 1999 BRIT Awards alongside Steps, Tina Cousins, B*Witched and Billie Piper and were also nominated for 'Best British Newcomer'. Madonna signed Cleopatra to her Maverick label and introduced them to the United States on Nickelodeon's 11th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, where they performed their U.S. debut single, "Cleopatra's Theme". This record was released shortly afterwards gaining them a #26 position on the Billboard chart, and #16 in the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts. The video was a popular choice as it was #4 on the TRL Top 10 countdown. Their U.S debut album Comin' Atcha sold over 300,000 copies and entered the US top 30 in July 1998. The group filmed a live show for a 60 minute Disney Channel special, "Cleopatra in Concert," where they performed their biggest hits aboard the Disney cruise ship the "Disney Magic."[2] The show also contained a behind-the-scenes look into the lives of the three sisters over a four-day Bahamas cruise.

Cleopatra were invited to support the Spice Girls on the UK leg of their sell out Spiceworld Tour playing to 150,000 fans at Wembley Stadium.[3] They were also invited to perform at the Vatican Christmas Carol Concert, by request of Pope John Paul II,[4] its an event that is broadcast to the world. Backed by a 100-piece orchestra.[5] They sang "O Come All Ye Faithful" and Silent Night.[6] The performance was later released on DVD as 'All-Star Christmas - From the Vatican (2004)'. They covered the Bee Gees song "I've Gotta Get a Message to You", renaming it "Gotta Get A Message To You", for the tribute album of the same name. They were also asked to record a cover of the disco song "Right Back Where We Started From" for An Extremely Goofy Movie by Disney.