The trailer for Last Christmas, a romantic comedy from Bridesmaids director Paul Feig, was released today and features old classics from the former Wham! But Mr Feig has revealed to the BBC that the full six-minutes of a previously unheard song will feature in the film. He said the song was "celebratory" and added: "We were able to play the entire song, which is almost six minutes long, in the film. Fans can listen out for the song at the end of the film, and will have to stick around into the credits to hear the rest of it.
Last Christmas will centre around Kate played by Clarke , a woman who is thrown out of her flat after accidentally electrocuting her flatmate's fish, and is scolded for not working hard enough by her boss. In response, he tells Lisa everything will work out and Lisa feels depressed when Malcolm says they're "partners". Lisa comes home with Mo and Dude, who attempts to beat Quentin, until he tells them that a police car is nearby.
Claude is arrested and Lisa and Quentin goes to the station to fix the situation. Lisa explains to Quentin why they have to sell the dry cleaners. Ma'Dere scolds the family, for not cooking dinner or getting prepared for Christmas. Mo and Dude meet Ma'Dere, resulting in Quentin acting nonchalant.
Meanwhile, Quentin confronts Ma'Dere about her relationship with Joe and why no one told him that she and Senior were divorced. Outside, Kelli talks to Lisa about the events that took place, and Lisa also tells her that even though she didn't get a college degree, someone had to help their mom with the dry-cleaning business when she went to Harvard. Kelli admits that Malcolm is cheating on her and Lisa confesses that she already knew about it. Kelli says that 'sharing her man with an another woman is pathetic', leading to a fight between Lisa and Kelli in the rain.
When Mel breaks up the fight, Mel tells Kelli about Sandi's pregnancy and that Claude doesn't know about it. In the meantime, Lisa angrily damages Malcolm's car when she manages to let it fall off a cliff. That night, Gerald spends the night with Kelli. Baby gives Quentin a scrapbook of Christmas pictures before he leaves. Baby confesses to Ma'Dere that he has a singing talent but she refuses to listen.
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Quentin goes to the train station but he is ambushed by Mo and Dude; Joe shows up to defend him. Kelli asks Gerald to come visit her in New York. Lisa persuades Malcolm to take a shower, then she confronts Malcolm about cheating on her and beats him repeatedly with a belt, and they reluctantly divorce. Get cosy in a Christmas winter pop-up. Try highly 'grammable Christmas cocktails at Henrietta Hotel 's winter pop-up bar. Explore London Christmas markets. Sip on mulled wine and look for gifts at Southbank Centre's Winter Market. Explore antiques and jewellery under pretty lights at Greenwich Market.
Browse the wares of independent British retailers at Westfield London 's Christmas market. Go green and join in festive workshops at the Zero Waste Christmas Market.
Find gifts and festive treats at more than stalls at the Christmas Fair at Chelsea Physic Garden. Wrap up warm to browse the glitzy market stalls at Christmas in Leicester Square. Amble around Kingston 's Christmas market, overflowing with foodie treats, lovely decorations and handmade crafts. Look for stocking fillers at more Christmas markets in London.
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Help the elves at the Royal Albert Hall get the toys ready, before meeting Father Christmas in his sleigh. Make Christmas crackers, toys and wreaths at the Museum of London Docklands.
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Find Santa in a vintage vehicle at the London Transport Museum and make Christmas decorations to take home. Be dazzled by Christmas lights in London. See the beautiful Oxford Street Christmas lights shimmer above the world-famous shopping district. Check out the lights glowing across the 14 streets of cool Carnaby. Admire the gorgeous mistletoe chandeliers at Covent Garden , and explore the magical Christmas lights in nearby Seven Dials. See the luxurious area of Bond Street sparkle with magnificent Christmas lights.
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Marvel at more than , Christmas lights above Regent Street , alongside glowing spirits. Head over to Chelsea to see Duke of York Square gloriously dressed in festive lights. Stroll along the South Bank with a bag of roasted chestnuts and be dazzled by the Christmas lights twinkling next to the Thames. Discover the best festive decorations on a magical open-top-bus tour on Christmas Eve. See a London Christmas show.
Be amazed at Circus , with dazzling acrobats, contortionists and trapeze artists. Discover the magic of Mary Poppins , complete with a score of iconic songs. Feel Christmas cheer as you watch the stage production of Bing Crosby's classic, White Christmas. Check out the top Christmas theatre in London , from classic pantomimes to top West End shows.
Head to a London Christmas concert. See Brit-award winning vocalists perform more than 20 festive songs at A Classic Christmas with Blake.