Entertainment world reacts to UK Brexit Day

Entertainment world reacts to UK Brexit Day

Figures in music and entertainment industry are reacting sharing their views as UK officially exits the EU.

“I feel properly heartbroken over our exit from the EU today,” wrote Nadine Shah, the politically outspoken artist on Twitter.

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Ed Simons, one half of The Chemical Brothers, posted a number of Tweets that barely hide his disdain for Brexit.

Tracey Thorn, former Everything But The Girl singer, tried to distract fans from the day by highlighting the release of her longtime collaborator and husband Ben Watt’s new solo record.

Former BBC Radio 1 DJ and Bestival founder Rob da Bank also weighed in on the debate: