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Blue boy band sign copies of their memoir at Waterstones in Bluewater, Greenhithe

By Sam Lennon

Pop group Blue will be signing their startling memoir for fans.

The quartet will appear at Waterstones in Bluewater from 1pm on Sunday, October 22.

The book, Blue: All Rise, tells of the ups and downs in the lives and career of the singers, now all in their 30s.

Blue in 2007

Blue in 2007

Senior bookseller Katie Rayfield says “I was lucky enough to meet the boys when I was in my teens, and I’m equally as excited now!

"We’re so happy to have the opportunity to host what I’m sure will be a fun and lively event.”

Details in the book include of the brush with with cancer for Lee Ryan, who is from Chatham, and Simon Webbe’s engagement and struggle with depression.

It also tells of Antony Costa’s adaptation to fatherhood all over again and Duncan James’ grief over the death of his best friend Tara Palmer-Tompkinson.

The socialite and TV personality died last February, aged 45, from a perforated ulcer.

Blue became one of the most successful boy bands after forming in 2000, gaining three UK number one platinum-selling albums, two Brit Awards and 16 million record sales.

The event, at the West Village store in Greenhithe, is free of charge but fans are are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Fans must have a copy of the new book to meet the band. For further information contact Waterstones Bluewater on 01322 624831.

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