Former Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley has claimed that he wasn’t requested to seem in The Kemps: All True.
Hadley, who stop Spandau Ballet in 2017, instructed The Solar that he’d moderately watch Broadchurch than the mockumentary about his former bandmates, which aired on BBC Two on Sunday (5 July).
The one-off spoof particular adopted brothers Martin and Gary Kemp as they celebrated the 40th anniversary of the “Gold” group, with one scene displaying a portray of Hadley with fangs, crimson eyes and horns.
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“I wasn’t approached and wouldn’t have something to do with it. I’m finished,” the 60-year-old singer stated.
“They need me again for good but it surely ain’t going to occur. I’d moderately be completely happy alone than be in that band once more.”
He continued: “If they need one other lead singer, that’s their selection. However if you wish to hear these songs sung by the unique singer then you possibly can solely actually see one bloke – and that’s me.”
The Impartial has approached Martin and Gary Kemp’s representatives for remark.
The Impartial’s Ed Cummings gave The Kemps: All True a four-star overview, writing: “This unusual new spoof documentary has a puppyish likability regardless of together with some outright groan-worthy jokes.”