"Stages" is a cover album by English recording artist Melanie C. The record is Chisholm's sixth studio album, and the fourth to be made under her own independent record label Red Girl Records. The album features a collection of song covers from various musical theatre shows and films, which consequently makes it Chisholm's first studio album where she holds no writing credits whatsoever to any of the tracks. The iTunes digital release of the album features a bonus track; a cover of Cole Porter's "Anything Goes".
The eighth in a series of 8 simultaneously released sets celebrating the most iconic British pop show of all time takes a journey back in time to a time of pure pop joy, nu-metal and urban grooves. Marking the period 2001-2006 this 3-CD collection includes Take That, Fall Out Boy, Girls Aloud, Scissor Sisters, Gnarls Barkley, 50 Cent, Razorlight, Sugababes and many more.
The seventh in a series of 8 simultaneously released sets celebrating the most iconic British pop show of all time takes a journey back in time to a time of the Britpoppers, boy bands, girl bands and the rise and rise of R&B. Marking the period 1995-2000 this 3-CD collection includes Oasis, Cher, Underworld, Craig David, Hanson, Paul Weller, Texas and many more.
Edina's home is a mess, and she has done some more remodelling as usual. The changes include a pool in her bathroom, and a shower that washes and buffs her like a car wash. Her new client Emma Bunton comes by to discuss new jobs. It turns out Saffy was Emma's head girl at school and Emma knows that Saffy would be disturbed by Edina's squalid house. When they realise that Saffy is coming home that day from volunteer work in Africa, Emma urges everyone to clean up. Patsy gets obsessed by organising a drawer full of odds and ends. When Saffy arrives, Edina taunts Saffy for becoming fat and fulfilling her "genetic fate." Saffy informs her that she's not fat, she's pregnant. Edina tells Saffy that she should tell people that she is pregnant right away or people will think she is fat.