Did you know celebrities try no deposit Bingo? Today, Bingo is no longer a game reserved for pensioners with limited savings in crowded halls. With the advent of online bingo, it is no wonder that a host of celebs from the A-list and even from the Royal Family have taken up the game.
Catherine Zeta-Jones, Russell Crowe, Robbie Williams, the Queen, and Prince William have all spoken in public about how much fun they derive from a few rounds of Bingo. This game has become even more popular on account of technology revolutionising how it is play today.
Although the traditional metal ball tumblers are no longer needed, the basic fundamentals of Bingo still remain the same irrespective of where the game is played. This is one of the reasons why online Bingo has gained in popularity among all and sundry.
Robbie Williams, the star singer, is one of the greatest Bingo fans there is. The legend from “Take That” is currently rumoured to favour 90-ball Bingo. By playing online, he is able to escape the lenses of prying paparazzi.
Among the Royals, few of us know what happens whenever the members of The Firm get together on special occasions. What we do know, however, is that both The Queen and Prince William enjoy the occasional round of Bingo.
Few women would mind if Russell Crowe dropping by their local Bingo hall. Crowe started out with the game calling out numbers, a job he held in his early 20s. although he shifted to acting, Crowe is still a fan of Bingo.
Other celebrities who love the game include Catherine Zeta-Jones, Denise van Outen, Sharon Osbourne, Katie Price, Barbara Windsor, Keith Chegwin, Ricky Tomlinson, Kerry Katona, Stacey Solomon, and Glenda Gilson.
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