Benjamin Edward Stephen Adams born 22 November is an English singer and songwriter, best known as a member of the boy band a1. Born in Ascot, BerkshireAdams attended Westminster Under Schoolwhere he became head chorister of the school choir. Adams was a member of four-piece boyband a1who won a BRIT Award in for Best Newcomer and had two number one singles" Take On Me " the chart-topping song that was originally made famous by and written by the Norwegian band a-ha and " Same Old Brand New You ", before separating in
You wondered why the boys at school couldn't have perfect curtains like Ben, or Nick. And why they wouldn't wear co-ordinating white outfits to the school disco. You really wanted to have a cuddle with Nick Lachey when he was wearing his cream ribbed jumper.
Northern Pride has issued a statement after a tweet from A1 star Ben Adams ahead of a headlining stint caused outrage. Newcastle Pride took place over the weekend, with noughties pop heartthrobs A1 headlining on the Saturday. However, ahead of the gig where the group whipped out classics like Take On Me, singer Ben posted a selfie with bandmate Mark Read with a caption some people considered homophobic.
The Take On Me singer has now deleted the awkward caption and replaced it with a new one. He shared a selfie with his A1 band mate Mark Read sat on the train, which seemed pretty harmless. But the caption read: "Off to headline northernprideuk with A1Official - just realised my t shirt looks a tad gay
The singer tweeted that his t-shirt looked 'a tad gay' while on his way to perform at the LGBT festival. By Sean Seddon. Video Loading Video Unavailable.
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A1… the one band I will freely admit to forever being in love with. Since I have loved these boys and still remember every word of every song they ever released. So weird!!
By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline. The year-old boy band star, who found fame in the group inwas joining the rest of the reformed group in performing at the Newcastle event before which he took to Twitter to describe his T-shirt as 'a tad gay'. Some of his 59, followers lashed out at the comment, with users stating that the remark was 'homophobic', after which he swiftly took down the post - yet fans still insisted he should apologise for the comment. Having launched a comeback, the group were booked to play Newcastle Pride on Saturday before which he took to Twitter to share a selfie with Mark.
The boy band posted that his t-shirt looked 'a tad gay' while on his way to perform at Newcastle's annual LGBT festival. The singer, who scored two number one hits in the early noughties with the boy band, was slammed by some social media users and the event organisers initially expressed their disappointment at the post. But now chairman Mark Nichols has spoken out to say he had been in contact with the band and is happy to accept their apologies and move on.
The Take On Me singer has now deleted the awkward caption and replaced it with a new one. He shared a selfie with his A1 band mate Mark Read sat on the train, which seemed pretty harmless. But the caption read: "Off to headline northernprideuk with A1Official - just realised my t shirt looks a tad gay Ben has since deleted the ill-advised post, and replaced it on his social media channels with a caption reading: "Off to headline northern pride with a1official - just realised my t shirt looks