Famous People Playing Bingo - The Loveable Rogues
Posted by Jason Dale
This article is another in a very occasional series on the subject of famous people playing bingo. Over the years we've discovered that Robbie Williams, Emma Bunton and even Gazza have enjoyed playing our favourite game. Even Kylie has got in on the act by getting her audience to participate in a game or two.
Joining this stellar list of superstars as lovers of the bingo are... Loveable Rogues. Eddie Brett, Sonny Jay Muharrem and Te Qhairo Eugene are the three guys who make up the band which fourth place in Britain's Got Talent in 2012. Since then they've picked up a record contract, toured with Olly Murs and been dropped from their record contract. In November they're back on tour but for now they're enjoying a spot of bingo.
Yes we're playing bingo pic.twitter.com/BzPF0tUHR5— Loveable Rogues (@LoveableRogues) October 29, 2014
Unfortunately we don't know where they were playing bingo or if they managed to win a line or two. Their fans weren't too fussed about their bingo playing revelation but in fact were more concerned about what was on Te Qhairo Eugene's head. Others suggested that the guys were on the pull and could do some serious flirting and selfies with other players.
Whilst they may not be the biggest stars in the world to reveal their bingo playing - a bunch of cool kids with their dabbers does help break down the myth that bingo halls are for older people. Even as the image shows that it is indeed full of older people.
Perhaps as part of their tour they will be dropping by a bingo hall near you? Or perhaps a bingo hall will invite the guys along? We're pretty sure there are also one or two online brands who would be happy to have The Loveable Rogues pop in for a chat and maybe a song or two too.
If you spot any celebs mentioning they are playing bingo then do let us know.
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