Aisling Bea says she’s engaged on a film in regards to the music of Take That
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- December 13, 2021
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Looking forward to future initiatives, Bea revealed: “For the time being, I believe I’m allowed to say to any extent further I’m engaged on a film of the music of Take That – so it’s fairly related to the NME Awards! I’m positive Take That have been usually revered and rewarded right here on the NME Awards!
“However I believe there’s a protracted correlation between music and comedy, the sound of the 2 of them and the way a lot they depend on rhythm. This [award] is basically superb. I actually imply it: Thanks very a lot NME!”
Watch our full video interview above, the place she additionally tells us about how else she was seeking to meet up with on the Awards.
Bea pipped fellow nominees Mae Martin, Ncuti Gatwa, Olly Alexander, and Zendaya to the win. She nodded to the latter’s present Euphoria in her acceptance speech: “Massive shout-out to the small, unbiased TV present Euphoria! I’m positive all of us anticipated this – I didn’t,” she quipped whereas gathering her award from presenters Munya Chawawa and Amelia Dimoldenberg.
Bea additionally devoted her award to late The Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan. “Myself and Sharon Horgan had a second the place we sang ‘Zombie’ by The Cranberries, and it took off,” she stated. “I want to dedicate this award to the late, nice Dolores O’Riordan, who I’m in awe of.”
The BandLab NME Awards 2022 additionally noticed an opening efficiency from Sam Fender, in addition to stay appearances from Rina Sawayama, Griff and Sigrid, Godlike Genius winner FKA twigs, an historic collaborative set from Chvrches and Robert Smith, and an epic five-song nearer from Deliver Me The Horizon.
Examine again for all of the information, interviews and winners from the BandLab NME Awards 2022.