N-DUBZ and La Roux are the latest acts to join the list of stars at the 95.8 Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball with Windows 7. Tickets sold out in hours for the event -- held over 5 and 6 December -- but chances to win can be had by listening to Capital and reading London Lite. Stars include JLS, Tinchy Stryder, Lily Allen, Sugababes, Shakira, Dizzee Rascal and Alex Burke. WE WERE slightly baffled by the strange list of words written on Leona Lewiss hand last night. At first glance, the Bleeding Love star looked like shed forgotten to scrub a shopping list off her palm as she performed at the Hackney Empire. Belive [sic], holding, kissed, felt, heart trembling and felt (again) are not titles of songs. Then The Eyes team of codebreakers cracked it. Believe and holding are one-word prompts for verses to her new song Brave, whereas the rest are similar prompts for the tricky running order of verses to The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face. It was Leonas first performance since she was struck by a fan at a signing session last month. She was taking no chances last night, and had a tall barrier between the audience and stage, with three burly security men sitting in the pit in front of her. Her huge voice made the current crop of X Factor hopefuls look like buskers in comparison. London Lite Tuesday, 3 November 2009 9 N-Dubz & La Roux join Ball Katcant keepupwith theolddogs SPiBLOGAll your gossip from Lites army of citizen reporters More comedys in store from Corden GAVIN AND STACEY funnyman James Corden has revealed his next project -- a film with writing partner Ruth Jones. He took to the stage at the Concert For Care gig at Brixton Academy, despite returning from the after party at the grand prix in Abu Dhabi at the weekend without a wink of sleep. He told us: [The film] is about a couple from Essex, therell be a bit of comedy, that kind of thing. Hmm, sounds awesome. Back in business: last night was Leonas first gig since being attacked last month WhyisitIcannever rememberanyof myBleedinglyrics? New project: James Corden last night Palm reader: Leona Lewis and her hand- written lyrics EKATERINA IVANOVA looked like she was struggling to keep up with veteran rockers Ronnie Wood and Jeff Beck last night. She joined her lover and his pal at The Groucho Club after they had all been to the Classic Rock Roll Of Honour awards. Ronnie won a gong for outstanding contribution to rock, but left it in the back seat of his cab as they partied in the Soho club -- winding things up around 3am. Fallinova: Ekaterina Ivanova leaves The Groucho Club rather unsteadily at 3am (lucretia.munro@thelondonlite.co.uk) and Max Thurlow (max.thurlow@thelondonlite.co.uk) Old mates: Jeff Beck and Ronnie Wood this morning. Right: Ronnies discarded gong 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.html