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Gavin Rossdale supported by famous daughter as he marks touring conclusion

Gavin Rossdale is as busy as can be, currently touring the world as the frontman for his band Bush, and he marked an important milestone while on the road.MORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston sends sweet Father's Day message to dad Gavin RossdaleThe band's latest tour finally hit the end of their European leg with a performance for Rock in Rio Lisboa in Lisbon, Portugal.VIDEO: Gavin Rossdale's son posts sweet birthday video of sister Daisy LoweThe British musician shared photographs from their latest show as they were back on the road for the next leg, and it seemed to be a bittersweet one for him."Well that was Europe thx to everybody who came out and gave us their good energy —-thx to this band @bush and thx to the crew. MORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston shows support for dad Gavin Rossdale as he looks to the future"Hit me up with your handles - onwards - see you sooner," he captioned his post.His fans instantly came to praise his set of shows in the continent, but front and center was his daughter, model Daisy Lowe, who simply inundated him with a series of clapping emojis.A post shared by Gavin Rossdale (@gavinrossdale)The European leg for Bush's tour came to an endA fan commented: "It was amazing, thank you so much," with another adding: "Thank you for coming, Gavin," and a third saying: "A show to remember! Thank you for rocking my day."The group will proceed next to the United States for the supposed final leg of their tour, kicking off with a show in Pennsylvania on 3 July and concluding on 8 October.MORE: Gavin Rossdale pens heartfelt message as he bids farewell to touringMORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston celebrates huge milestone birthdayGwen Stefani's ex-husband had a reason to celebrate recently while on tour,
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Gavin Rossdale supported by famous daughter as he marks touring conclusion
Gavin Rossdale is as busy as can be, currently touring the world as the frontman for his band Bush, and he marked an important milestone while on the road.MORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston sends sweet Father's Day message to dad Gavin RossdaleThe band's latest tour finally hit the end of their European leg with a performance for Rock in Rio Lisboa in Lisbon, Portugal.VIDEO: Gavin Rossdale's son posts sweet birthday video of sister Daisy LoweThe British musician shared photographs from their latest show as they were back on the road for the next leg, and it seemed to be a bittersweet one for him."Well that was Europe thx to everybody who came out and gave us their good energy —-thx to this band @bush and thx to the crew. MORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston shows support for dad Gavin Rossdale as he looks to the future"Hit me up with your handles - onwards - see you sooner," he captioned his post.His fans instantly came to praise his set of shows in the continent, but front and center was his daughter, model Daisy Lowe, who simply inundated him with a series of clapping emojis.A post shared by Gavin Rossdale (@gavinrossdale)The European leg for Bush's tour came to an endA fan commented: "It was amazing, thank you so much," with another adding: "Thank you for coming, Gavin," and a third saying: "A show to remember! Thank you for rocking my day."The group will proceed next to the United States for the supposed final leg of their tour, kicking off with a show in Pennsylvania on 3 July and concluding on 8 October.MORE: Gavin Rossdale pens heartfelt message as he bids farewell to touringMORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston celebrates huge milestone birthdayGwen Stefani's ex-husband had a reason to celebrate recently while on tour,
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Two Mars M&M workers trapped in waist-high chocolate after falling into tank
chocolate for two Mars M&M factory workers who had to be rescued after falling into a large tank full of the treat.In scenes reminiscent of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory, the employees fell into the tank of liquid confectionery on Thursday afternoon at the facility in Elizabethtown, in the Lancaster County part of Pennsylvania.Unable to climb out of the large container, emergency services were called and firefighters had to cut a large hole in the side of the vessel in order to free the unlucky duo.“Fire crews eliminated pulling them straight out of the tank," Brad Wolfe, communications supervisor for Lancaster County 911 dispatch, told CNN earlier. “They had to cut a hole in the side of the tank to get them out.”It is not known how the pair managed to fall into the tank, but they were then taken to hospital after their ordeal, where the extent of their injuries is unknown.Assistant supervisor Nick Schoenberger added: “One patient was transported by ground and one person was transported by helicopter.”To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.The dramatic incident caused much merriment on social media, with plenty of references to Willy Wonka, while someone even posted a picture of Augustus Gloop, who fell into the Chocolate Room’s Chocolate River.In the story the infamous character is sucked through a pipe to the factory's Fudge Room, where his parents have to retrieve him from the mixing machine.A company spokesperson told The Sun: “We can confirm both people have been taken offsite for further evaluation.
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