Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Welcome Pop Fans to London to Celebrate T4 Stars of 2011

By Millennium Copthorne Hotels, PRNE
Wednesday, November 23, 2011

LONDON, November 24, 2011 -

Sunday 11th December 2011 will see the past year in music and television reach a fantastic climax as London’s Earls Court plays host to T4 Stars of 2011.

It has been an eventful year for British music and television and next weekend will see many of the top pop personalities in the UK gather at Earls Court for T4’s ‘Stars of 2011′, to celebrate the past year in entertainment. Millennium & Copthorne Hotels operate six hotels in central London, all situated in superb locations with many top attractions on their doorstep. This collection includes three hotels in Kensington, which are all within close distance of the Earls Court venue.

This spectacular culmination of the very best of British pop talent will feature performances from some of 2011’s top new acts, such as Ed Sheeran and the latest X Factor champion, Matt Cardle. The stars of smash hit reality shows such as The Only Way Is Essex and Made in Chelsea will also feature in the exciting line up.

From 11am on 11th December, the show will be hosting fair rides, the chance to become a model for the day, a celebrity disco, as well as fashion and live performances, all hosted by the T4 presenters. The cast of the popular soap opera, Hollyoaks, will be making a special appearance and other artists such as Cher Lloyd, Emile Sandé and Tinchy Stryder will be performing on the stage.

There will be many chances to win a selection of fantastic prizes throughout the event. The day is set to be packed full of surprises and many special guests will be making an appearance.

The Millennium & Copthorne London hotels are all centrally located, with numerous transport links close by and are within easy reach of Earls Court.

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels operates a portfolio of and hotels worldwide.  
For further information, please contact:
Ginny Lancaster
Consumer Marketing Manager


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