Partner of Leicester Tigers winger Gonzalo Camacho, Josefina Achaval, will lead the singing of Argentina’s national anthem at Twickenham on Saturday as England face Argentina in rugby union’s autumn series.
The singer and actress will take centre stage despite Camacho being sidelined from the Pumas squad because of a shoulder injury.
Tigers hope to have representation in both teams, with Dan Cole, Toby Flood, Geoff Parling, and Ben and Tom Youngs in the England squad, and Marcos Ayerza and Pablo Matera in the Argentina squad.
Leicester Tigers have won their match in the Heineken Cup against Treviso 34-3 with 4 tries. The last one was converted by Toby Flood.
Leicester Tigers have vowed to bounce back from last week's defeat to Ulster and go for the win in tonight's home game against Benetton Treviso.
Director of rugby at the club, Richard Cockerill, told ITV News Central that despite suffering from several injuries the side would still put up a good fight - and still expect to win.
Leicester Tigers took a valuable bonus point as they kicked off their Heineken Cup campaign with a 22-16 defeat away to Ulster.
Logovi'i Mulipola scored the Tigers' only try. Tigers host Treviso at Welford Road next Friday.
Leicester Tigers and England rugby legend Martin Johnson has been banned from driving after speeding at more than 100mph.
The Rugby World Cup-winning captain, 43, was pulled over on the M5 in Somerset on August 13.
He admitted a charge of speeding and was disqualified from driving for 49 days and fined a total of £915.
Leicester Tigers players Tom and Ben Youngs will today sign the NFU's Back British Farming Charter to support the national farming organisation's latest campaign.
Launched in August, the campaign highlights the decline in the country's self-sufficiency, with research showing that nearly 80% of consumers want to see more British produce on sale.
The England international players, who are both farmer's sons, will join members of the NFU and local farm shop owners to sign the charter today.
David Cameron has responded to the apology by British and Irish Lions player Manu Tuilagi after making bunny ears behind the Prime Minister's head at a Number 10 reception yesterday. The Leicester Tigers player issued an apology on twitter and the Prime Minister responded:
Apologies for messing around on Lions photo. No offence intended. Great day at Downing Street. Thanks to Prime Minister for hosting us.
Leicester Tigers and British lions star Manu Tuilagi is well known as a high scoring but occasionally over zealous rugby player. He puts a lot of where he's got to now down to the place where he had his first lessons, both on the pitch and in the classroom. Steve Clamp reports.
Leicester Tigers legend Manu Tuilagi will visit his old school today to launch this year's School's Cup.
The England rugby star first played at Twickenham in 2009 for John Cleveland College and won the U18 Schools Cup Vase.
Today's visit will be his first since he became a Lion.
He will meet sixth formers and teachers, and partake in a training session with U15 and U18s.
Leicester Tigers flanker Tom Croft has been ruled out for the rest of the season due to a knee injury.
The England international has undergone surgery after suffering an injury during Tigers' Aviva Premiership win over Worcester Warriors last weekend.