GRIEVING Boyzone bandmates plan to stay in the church with Stephen Gatelys body the night before his funeral. Ronan Keating, 32, (left), Mikey Graham, 37, Shane Lynch, 33, and Keith Duffy, 35, have taken Anderson, 42, took part in the A*Muse event in Miami. Back in Britain, it was announced she will star as the genie in Aladdin for two weeks in December at the New Wimbledon Theatre, before handing the role over to TV host Paul OGrady. London Lite Thursday, 15 October 2009 TheQueen and Philip in sneak trip to theatre by kevin widdop Boyzone church vigil on eve of Gately funeral dannii jibe row: page 9 Discreet: the Queen had no bodyguards Genie-ous: Aladdins SW19 home ARE the people of Wimbledon ready for Pamela Anderson -- especially if she is dressed like this? As the good people of SW19 spluttered into their gin and tonics following the news the Baywatch star will appear in their local pantomime, she was strutting the catwalk in a bizarre fashion show. Dressed in a red swimsuit with police tape around her legs, by julie cross IsWimbledonreallyready forPamelaAnderson... when people realised who they were. They were incredibly apolo- getic for asking people to let them past and there was no hubbub or fuss about it all. It was amazing, they just sat among the audience and enjoyed the performance. At the interval they disappeared and reappeared very discreetly. When they left at the end, they were given a round of applause, which the Queen acknowledged with a wave. The Queen and her husband often make incognito trips to the West End but are rarely spotted. An aide said: The Queen has regularly undertaken similar private visits throughout her reign without any fuss. It allows her to live a bit more of a normal life. Most of her staff are not told in advance if she is planning an evening out. She was last spotted on an outing in 2006, at the musical Billy Elliot, arriving in what appeared to be a green taxi at the Victoria Palace Theatre. The Queen did not want to miss War Horse, an award-win- ning First World War drama. The play, adapted from a childrens book by Michael Morpurgo, has extended its West End run. EVERYONES been in a theatre, waiting for the show to start, when someone scrambles to get to their seat after the lights go down. Its always tempting to complain -- but what if the latecomer turned out to be the Queen? She and Prince Philip amazed theatregoers as they apologetically squeezed into their seats for War Horse at the New London Theatre just before curtain-up. The Queen wore a simple dark green dress and any bodyguards she had were so discreet as to be invisible, according to audience members on Monday night. A journalist from The Lady magazine, who was at the perform- ance, said: The Queen and the Duke sat down as the lights dimmed and it was a huge shock the decision because Gately would not want to be there on his own, a source close to the group revealed. The bandmates will fly to Majorca, Spain, today to bring the singers body home, before it is taken to a funeral home tomorrow for a family viewing. The body will then be moved to St Laurence OToole Church in Dublin, where the funeral will take place on Saturday. Gately, 33, was found dead at his holiday apartment in Majorca on Saturday, where he and civil partner, Andrew Cowles, 32, were staying. Gately died of natural causes after a fatal build-up of fluid in the lungs. Maam often has incognito nights out Inbrief Harrods strikes gold at the tills HARRODS will start selling off- the-shelf gold ingots from today. The Knightsbridge store is to cash in on rising demand for the yellow metal, with a range of solid gold coins and bars. The move comes as the gold price hit a record high of $1,072 (665) an ounce. Available from Harrods Bank on the lower ground floor, the range includes a 12.5kg solid gold bar. 1m for victims of terror abroad BRITONS caught up in terrorist attacks overseas could get up to 1m in compensation under plans revealed today. Ministers are considering a fund for those injured in foreign atrocities -- the first such payments for Britons. Campaigners fear the Government will go back on a commitment to make the payouts retrospective. Hi-tech wizardry of a Bible belter A DIGITAL Bible goes on sale in Britain this week. The 59.99 Glo Bible boasts high-definition videos and documentaries, thousands of pictures, maps to zoom in on and 360-degree virtual tours. Its content is accessed through five lenses including the Bible in text form and an atlas pinpointing biblical events. Sex Pistols sue ice cream firm THE SEX PISTOLS are suing an ice cream firm over an advert with similarities to the cover of their 1977 single God Save The Queen. Lawyers said The Icecreamistss online ad, which has a picture of the Queen with an ice cream spoon in her mouth and the words God save the cream, resembles the bands Jamie Reid-designed artwork. Becker:Romp wasonstairs BORIS BECKER has revealed his infamous romp in a restaurant cupboard actually took place on a flight of stairs. The tennis star, 41, had sex with a model in Mayfairs Nobu in 1999, which led to his daughter Anna, now nine, and cost him his marriage. Today he said: It actually happened on the stairs between the bathrooms, there was no broom cupboard. Not afraid to step into the light: Pammy in Miami last night G.RoGeRs 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.html40.html41.html42.html43.html