Tony Hadley slams former group comrades of the Spandau Ballet Martin and Gary Kemp on a new fake documentary

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He definitively left the group in 2017.

And, Tony Hadley, 60, criticized former Spandau Ballet teammates Martin, 58, and Gary Kemp, 60, over their new fake BBC2 Kemps documentary: All True, and marked the infamous announcement of Bold washing powder as a “bad taste” fact.

The singer said he preferred to “watch Broadchurch” and admitted that he had not been approached about the parody documentary, but that he would have nothing to do with it, saying, finished”.

Blasting! Tony Hadley, 60, smacked his former Spandau Ballet teammates on their new fake BBC2 Kemps documentary: All True

Tony, who left the band in 2017 after returning in 2009, has put an end to any potential speculation about the reunion, telling The Sun: “They want me to come back for good, but that won’t happen. “

Last fall, a washing powder ad saw Gold’s iconic lyrics changed to “Bold”.

Speaking of the business decision, Tony said, “It’s embarrassing. I posted a warning on social media saying, “It had nothing to do with me!

The former Spandau Ballet singer added, “Changing the title is just weird. I thought it was in bad taste.

Yes!  The singer said of Martin and Gary Kemp's decision to go ahead with the infamous Bold washing powder, that it was done in

Yes! The singer said of Martin and Gary Kemp’s decision to go ahead with the infamous Bold washing powder, that it was done in “bad taste”.

Peak: Tony, who left the group in 2017, has put an end to all potential speculation about the reunion, telling The Sun: `` They want me to come back for good, but it won't happen.  (photographed in 1983)

Peak: Tony, who left the group in 2017, has put an end to all potential speculation about the reunion, telling The Sun: “They want me to come back for good, but it won’t happen. “(Photographed in 1983)

Tony’s admission comes after Gary insisted that Tony not take the show too seriously, which is widely seen as a travesty of the widely discussed Bros documentary After The Screaming Stops.

The musician insisted that he and his brother, Martin, 58, “withdrew p ***”.

The successful 80s group split in 1990 to allow members to pursue other actor and solo projects, before the new wave group successfully met for a number of tours in 2009 before lead singer Tony left in 2017.

The group decided to replace him with Ross William Wild, who had played with Martin Kemp in the West End. This arrangement lasted eight months before Wild left to play with his own group and the Spandau Ballet has not played together since.

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Oh dear!  Commenting on the decision to use Gold for a Bold washing powder advertisement, Tony said, `` It's embarrassing.  I posted a warning on social media saying,

Oh dear! Commenting on the decision to use Gold for a Bold washing powder advertisement, Tony said, “It’s embarrassing. I posted a warning on social media saying, “It had nothing to do with me!

Bad taste: the former Spandau Ballet singer added: “Changing the title is just weird.  I thought it was in bad taste

Bad taste: the former Spandau Ballet singer added: “Changing the title is just weird. I thought it was in bad taste “

Commenting on the documentary and his character’s feelings for Tony, Gary said, “My character’s obsession with Tony Hadley is ridiculous, but that’s what makes him funny …

“Pop stars are like that, right? They become obsessed with a group member who harms them or where there is injustice.

Tony left loyal fans of the group heartbroken in 2017 when he announced his departure from the group on Twitter.

He wrote: “Due to circumstances beyond my control, it is with deep regret that I must declare that I am no longer a member of the group Spandau Ballet and, therefore, that I will no longer play with the group at home. ‘to come up. “

Opening: Gary and Martin spoke about the fake documentary in a recent interview on Good Morning Britain

Opening: Gary and Martin spoke about the fake documentary in a recent interview on Good Morning Britain

Gary and Martin recently talked about the bogus documentary on Good Morning Britain, with Martin saying, “I think one of the best things you can do in this area is to laugh at yourself. People take themselves too seriously.

“Because we laugh so much at ourselves, we are allowed to take Micky out of others too.

“So if someone’s in there, don’t take it.”

Meeting?  When asked recently on GMB if the documentary could

Meeting? When asked recently on GMB if the documentary could “heal some wounds between the group and Tony?” And would they reform? “Gary replied,” He would be lucky companion “

`` Beyond my control '': the new wave group successfully met for a number of world tours in 2009, but lead singer Tony, 60, left in 2017

“Beyond my control”: the new wave group successfully met for a number of world tours in 2009, but lead singer Tony, 60, left in 2017

Gary added, “This [character in the mockumentary] is a version of me, taking absurd themes from me. It takes Micky out of my obsession with the singer.

“As with the Gallagher brothers, this has been going on for a long time. So don’t offend Tony.

During the documentary, Gary refuses to sign a copy of Tony’s solo album while trying to hide his evil portrait of the singer showing him with horns and sharp teeth.

No way: after insisting that the band would never play without singer Tony again, Martin told MailOnline earlier this year that they still haven't spoken.

No way: after insisting that the band would never play without singer Tony again, Martin told MailOnline earlier this year that they still haven’t spoken.