One week to go

Today is the one week marker before the polls open and voting for the 2010 General Election can begin. Tonight will see the final leader take place at the University of Birmingham where viewers and voters will watch all three leader try again for their parties before voting. n light of this I thought it would be interesting to see how the celebrities will be voting this time around and see who each party has manged to rope in to help gain a bit of extra support.

The Liberal Democrats have; Jane Goldman (Rossy’s Wife), Colin Firth (Mr. Darcy), Colin Fry, Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Brian Eno, Floella Benjamin, John Cleese, The Pet Shop Boys and Barry Norman.

Labour has; Cheryl Cole, JK Rowling, David Tennant (Dr. Who), Noel Gallagher (Oasis), Chris Evans, Eddie Izzard, Naomi Campbell, Piers Morgan, Elaine Lordan (Ex-Eastender), Liz Dawn (ex-Corrination Street), Gary Kemp (Spandau Ballet), Lily Allen, Danny Dyer, Patrick Stewart, Duncan Bannatyne, Sir Alex Ferguson, Richard Wilson, Geri Halliwell, Mick Hucknal and Peter Gabriel.

and we have; Jimmy Greaves, John McCririck, Bill Murray (ex-Easter), Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet), James Beattie (footballer), Richard Dunwoody (jockey), William Roach MBE, Lizzie Cundy, David Van Day, Cilla Black, Paul Daniels, Jim Davidson, Phil Collins, Ken Dodd, Matt Jay (Busted), Michael Caine, Kirstie Allsop,  Glynis Barber, Michael Brandon, Errol Brown, Janet Brown, Frank Bruno, Judith Chalmers, Joan Collins, Ronnie Corbett, Lynsey de Paul, Julian Fellowes, Bryan Ferry, Freddie Forsyth, James Gaddas,  Nicky Haslam, Nanette Newman, Bruce Oldfield, Zandra Rhodes, Anneka Rice, Tim Rice, Phil Spencer, Peter Stringfellow, Jimmy Tarbuck, Marco Pierre White, Anthony Worral Thompson, Bill Wyman, Neil Adams, Mark Bosnich, Trevor Brooking, Bob Champion, Tony Cottee, Garth Crooks, Susanne Dando, Steve Davis, Nick Faldo, Graham Gooch, Brian Jacks, Clive Lloyd, Terry Neil, Fred Trueman and Ian Botham.

So it would seem that the Lib Dems have Harry Potter and Mr Darcy, Labour have a time lord, the head of the X-men and half of Spandau Ballet and we havea third of Busted, the other half of Spandau Ballet and a liverpudlian dating superstar could make for an interesting election if it ever got fictional and physical.

Sources: and Iain Dale’s Diary

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