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Sam Smith makes chart history in UK

Sam Smith makes UK chart history Credit: PA

Sam Smith's single "Writing's On The Wall" has made history by becoming the first Bond theme to reach number one in the UK.

The track achieved combined chart sales and streams of 70,000 copies.

It'll feature on the opening credits of 'Spectre', which opens in cinemas later this month.

The Cambridgeshire singer is reported to have said being number one was "crazy!"

Pop band "The Vamps" visit Milton Keynes to sign copies of new single

The Vamps Credit: PA

Fans of the pop band The Vamps will get to meet the singers as the guys are due in Milton Keynes this afternoon.

They'll be visiting HMV in the town to celebrate the release of their single and signing copies for their fans.

The store were tweeting fans yesterday advising them not to turn up to early.

Rod Stewart to kick off UK leg of tour at Carrow Road

Rod Stewart will perform at Carrow Road in June 2016 Credit: PA

Rod Stewart will begin the UK leg of his world tour at Norwich City's Carrow Road stadium.

The singer will return to Carrow Road on 4 June 2016, having last performed there in 2011.

The announcements comes after he played to more than 50,000 people at his Hyde Park in Radio 2 show on 13 September.

He'll be releasing his latest album Another Country in October.

Pre-sale and Fan Club tickets will be available from 30 September. All other tickets will go on sale on 2 October.


Sam Smith on new Bond theme: 'I wanted to bring out something timelessly classic'

Cambridgeshire singer Sam Smith has spoken about his new song 'Writing's on the Wall', which will be the theme song for the new James Bond film.

The track will feature on the opening credits of the latest 007 film 'Spectre' which is due to hit the cinemas next month.

Click below to hear from Sam Smith

"I wanted to bring out something timelessly classic that works with the project and the film.

I'm not writing this for me, this isn't about me."

– Sam Smith

Reaction to the song has been mixed, although the track is still expected to be the first James Bond to reach the number one spot in the UK charts.

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