Bradford singer Kimberley Walsh has been reacting to the news that she is to feature in a special song to mark Yorkshire's Grand Départ in July.
"The Grand Départ coming to Yorkshire for the first time ever is an historic moment and whether you love cycling or not, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. To work with Alistair on the official anthem for the Grand Départ is exciting – it’s an emotional, rousing track that people can sing along to."
*Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh and TV magician Dynamo, who are both from Bradford, will be honoured today at a special event to celebrate one of the city's business success story. *
The showbiz stars will be honoured at the House of Commons launch of Asian Sunday's new London edition for their contributions to the entertainment industry.
Asian Sunday, which started in Bradford two years ago, boasts it is the first free Sunday paper in the UK; the first ever Asian Sunday paper in the UK and the first UK Asian media title to be solo-owned by a woman.
Managing director Fatima Patel, said: "Following the unprecedented success of the now two-year-old Bradford edition in uniting the region's diverse communities, Asian Sunday now plans to further foster community relations between the South Asian and wider communities across the capital."
The first London edition of Asian Sunday will be published on November 10. It will be delivered to over 20 tube stations as well as supermarkets, retailers, businesses and 20,000 households.
Kimberley Walsh has been on her bike in Leeds today - trying to get more people cycling. The Girls Aloud star has been promoting this year's Sky Ride - which will see the city's roads closed off to cars to allow cyclists to ride around safely. The ride takes place on July the seventh.