Who we saw doing what with who last night... LONDONeye T he 45,000 fans who watched Bruce Springsteen play out of his skin at hyde Park last night may have thought they had the night of their lives. But the show could have gone on even longer had it not been for the health and safety kill joys. Waiting in the wings at hard Rock Calling was none other than Jon Bon Jovi, who was due to join The Boss and his e Street Band for a special encore.But their duet had to be scrapped after Bruce ran over the 10.15pm curfew. The pair are both from New Jersey and have performed together before. This time they had planned to perform hungry heart. But our source said: The show had run for three hours, and sadly had just nudged over the curfew limit when the organisers have to shut the sound off. Jon was waiting at the side of the stage, ready to go, but when the plug was pulled it was just too late. It would have been an incredible ending to the show, and its a huge shame it couldnt happen. Bruce and Jon were gutted. Its probably just as well the crowd didnt know he was waiting on the side of the stage, as they would have been gutted as well. The London crowd were a little too polite for the first half an hour, prompting Bruce to ask: Are you there London? Is any- one there? But he was soon left in no doubt that the crowd was behind him. The boss wasnt too worried about the time at Glastonbury the night before, where he perse- vered and played through the curfew there -- earning a 9,000 fine in the process. Were a little surprised that Bruce didnt stick it to the man this time for the sake of his pal Jon. But, at 60, hes probably tired of being a rebel. Neil Young headlined the hyde Park event on Saturday night, and his guest Sir Paul McCartney did make it on stage for a rousing rendition of Beatles song A Day In The Life. highlights will be played on Absolute Radio 105.8FM all week. Prince Harry stopped in for a few drinks with his favourite band The Killers after their Hyde Park gig on Friday night. also lurking around the ViP area was Jack Tweed, pictured right, who was concentrating less on the bands and more on his numerous mojitos. TING TINGS singer Katie White on being topless: Ive got a little bit more to offer than just getting my t*ts out. I know it helps sell records, but Id rather sell slightly less and keep my dignity. Monday, 29 June 2009 London Lite Nicolagives ustheskinny JonBonJovisleft in the wings as curfewhitsBruceAfter9kfine,BossstopsHardRockingontime At the festivals Slender: Nicola Roberts at Glastonbury GIRLS ALoud often come under pressure for their weight, or lack of it, but Nicola Roberts insists their slender physiques are down to their tough touring schedule. The flame-haired singer told us: We wore watches that count the amount of calories you burn during one of the practice sessions, and I burnt 800 calories. Sheesh! of Wimbledon Let play begin at Wimbledon with Blossom Hill JUST OVER 1,100,000 ENGLISH STRAWBERRIESWILL BE EATEN AT WIMBLEDON 2009Source: www.wimbledon.org www.blossomhillatwimbledon.com The BLOSSOM HILL words and associated logos are trade marks. Blossom Hill Winery 2009 Perfectly complemented with a glass of Blossom Hill White Zinfandel Harry popsinfordrinks H By Alistair Foster (alistair.foster@thelondonlite.co.uk), Lucretia Munro (lucretia.munro@thelondonlite.co.uk) and MaxThurlow (max.thurlow@thelondonlite.co.uk) Iwontshow offmytings Dignity: Katie White on stage at Glastonbury Too late: Jon Bon Jovis planned duet with The Boss at Hard Rock Calling was axed Review: Page 26 H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html