Both confessed to Metro during the evening they are desperately single and are looking for love.
Talking to Metro Online backstage the XFM Breakfast DJ told us: ‘I am indeed single and looking for a girlfriend.
Ladies magnet Alex Zane has pulled a mystery blonde after confessing to Metro that he is on the hunt for a new girlfriend.
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Meanwhile Girls Aloud star and caner Sarah Harding broke with routine, opting for a night on the couch, leaving her boyfriend Tom Crane to DJ alone at the event with neighbour and Metro Columnist Jodie Harsh.
Things are going from swell to blissful for Crane and the 26-year-old blonde singer, after he told us: ‘Sarah’s amazing she’s the best girlfriend I could ever have’, before downing a cocktail and running off to a casino.
For as long as the New Zealand-born presenter can remember, he was naturally pulled toward the melody and rhythm of music.'For me it just stuck.
I would just go down to my parent's record collection when I was super young and just rifle through the vinyl and just ask them ''put this one on'' or ''put this one on'',' Lowe told Daily Mail Australia.
Meanwhile, former Corrie hunk, Fleeshman, sparked rumours of a reunion with his ex and Emmerdale beauty Roxanne Pallett.
The 18-year-old revealed to us he is still very much in touch with his ex-girlfriend despite the 25-year-old actress saying her split from the toy boy ‘wasn’t good’.
'I just remember that it was something I just got lost in.words came from, where those melodies, that playing a performance came from - and it came from somewhere that was very driving and very deep - that's when I realised, ''okay, this is more than just entertainment'' - this is really a form - for some people, a deep form, of expression and for other people, its survival.'Lowe would appreciate key moments where music could resonate with his family and friends, before analysing how it emotionally resonated with him.'It allowed me to feel things I didn't know - that I wasn't sure I could I feel without music.'It's just kind of always been something that I've moved with in my life and I've always felt that this was my primary passion.'His natural attachment with music saw Lowe make his own with rap group Urban Disturbance, before getting a taste of success with the two albums released as one third of the rule-defying Kiwi band Breaks Co-Op.
With an ear for genuine artists who possess an authentic, creative flair he built his knack for on air presenting at music station Max TV throughout the mid 90s before taking on the world in 1997 and making the move to the UK.
I have no doubt it will work out for you in some respects but don't be afraid because just remember, man, sometimes you have to leave home to come back.'''I always remember that.