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With the walloping 4 – 0 dismantling of Italy, Spain have once again reigned supreme over the footballing world, and with their third major tournament victory in a row, they have accomplished a feat that no other team in world football has equalled. Good for them, but what we in England are more interested in now is how you get your face seen by the world, and we’ve put together a quick guide of tips that may allow you to accomplish this if you’re lucky enough to have a ticket for the Olympic Games in London.
On the 26th of July the Olympic Torch will begin the penultimate day of its journey across our fair Isles and where better to start than in our very own Camden. On Thursday morning, at a slightly painfully early 6:45 am, the Torch’s route will take in the fine sight of the Escapade fancy dress store in London.
The Torch begins its journey through Camden just up Chalk Farm Road at our neighbours the Roundhouse and if the rumours are true Rugby World Cup winning coach Sir Clive Woodward will be the man who begins the journey accompanied by a mass choir who will sing him on his way.
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Wayne Rooney has been hiding his brand new locks – put in place during a recent hair transplant – with a fancy dress wig.
The footballer was sporting the mini dreadlocks and Rastafarian hat during his latest holiday with wife Coleen, reports the Daily Mirror.
The couple posted a picture of themselves on social networking website Twitter as they celebrated on a night out in France.
Rooney then announced: "Me and Col partying