VIDEO: West End Girls - David Tennant Plays Tribute To His Namesake



David Tennant gave a nod to the man who inspired his stage name during the first episode of Sky 1's new entertainment show Bring The Noise tonight.

David and his teammates Katherine Ryan and Tinie Tempah reproduced the classic Pet Shop Boys hit West End Girls during a head-to-head musical battle against rival team, Nicole Scherzinger, Martin Kemp and Joel Dommett. At the start of his acting career, David famously found his stage name by browsing through a copy of pop magazine Smash Hits and settled on the name of Tennant after the Pet Shop Boys frontman Neil.

In the performance tonight David, in the role of the notoriously stony-faced keyboardist Chris Lowe, shared vocals with Tinie Tempah, while Katherine provided the instrumental breaks.

Watch the clip here:



Bring The Noise is fronted by Kaiser Chiefs singer Ricky Wilson and pitches two teams of celebrities against one another in a test of music trivia, crazy games and unmissable performances. The series continues on Thursday nights on Sky 1 at 9pm.

If you missed tonight's episode Sky 1 are repeating it on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, or you can watch on NOW TV.


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