Monday, 28 April 2008

Wii Fit Has Arrived!!!

Note: Sorry this item is currently in short supply. All orders placed will be delayed for 10 - 12 weeks.

Wii Fit BoxWii Fit sold over a quarter of a million copies in a week over in Japan. The game is designed to help you get fit and enjoy yourself at the same time whilst becoming more aware of your physical condition. With a variety of exercises that focus on helping you to improve your balance and posture or to just simply relax, Wii Fit uses the latest technology to assist you in leading a healthier lifestyle.

Wii Board
The game offers over 40 different exercises to get your whole body involved. You can burn off those calories with aerobic exercises, bulk up with muscle building exercises, improve your balance with a selection balance games and relax with a bit of Yoga.

You can keep track of your progress with the Wii Fit Channel, in fact you can keep track of the progress of up to eight people in personal fitness files.



Get Wii Fit Now



More Wii Products at http://www.24ace.co.uk/

Wednesday, 16 April 2008

Christmas Living Competition Winners Anounced!

The Ace Blog Team would like to offer a big congratulations to the winners of our Christmas Living Competition:
  • Mrs Margaret Majury from Airdrie
  • Mrs Christine Colley from Barnsley
Each lucky winner has won a prize of £100 to spend in any of our catalogues.

Norton stands up to Spacey's talent show slurs

TV host Graham Norton defended his I'd Do Anything show after actor Kevin Spacey claimed the show was a "13-week promotion for a musical", reports the BBC.

Norton replied by saying that Spacey, the current director of London's Old Vic theatre, should produce more accessible shows.

Spacey had previously suggested that the BBC should bring back the series which produced Ken Loach's Cathy Come Home and Mike Leigh's Abigail's Party.

Norton's current show I'd Do Anything sees contestants compete for the roles of Nancy and Oliver in Lionel Bart's musical version of Oliver Twist.

"Viewing figures so far have been fantastic and I think everyone is really kind of bowled over by how good the girls are," said Norton.

Spacey blamed BBC1 talent shows for poor attendances at West End plays, citing the huge success of revivals of The Sound of Music and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Sing it loud and proud with this microphone musical treat

Monday, 7 April 2008

Stefani reveals far-reaching fashion ambition

Pop diva Gwen Stefani has revealed that she dreams of having her own beauty line at some point in the future.

The Hey Baby songstress, set to release her Harajuku Lovers fragrance range this September, told Women's Wear Daily that she has ambitions to spread her cosmetic wings further.

"It makes sense. I've always loved doing my hair and makeup and getting all dressed up," she mused.

"When I have a party or an event to go to, getting ready is just as much fun as actually going out," she added.

According to reports, Harajuku Lovers will comprise five different fragrances based on the new mum and her dancers Love, Angel, Music and Baby.

"Each girl has her own personality and sense of style. We're all saying something different with unique personalities," explained Gwen.

Inspired the style of girls in Tokyo's Harajuku, the 38-year-old has designed quirky bottles for her perfumes, consisting of a glass base and a personalised doll which lifts off to reveal the sweet-smelling liquid.

The wife of Bush rocker Gavin Rossdale first launched her L.A.M.B. (Love. Angel. Music. Baby.) fashion label in 2003.

Click here to stock up on Gwen Stefani and No Doubt tunes...