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table for two

James and Brett dined at M Restaurant Victoria Street, London

BRETT, 24, WORKS IN AN ART GALLERY

JAMES, 41, TV LISTINGS BUREAU

Why did you decide to go on a blind date?

JAMES: I’m not having much dating luck at the moment so I thought it would be a fun way to meet someone new.

BRETT: I enjoy being surprised and delighted by new people and experiences. A friend suggested that I put myself forward for this. I’m a big fan of First Dates, on Channel 4, and thought it would, at the very least, be a fun experiment.

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On the cover, pop superstar Robbie Williams talks exclusively to John Grant about drink, drugs, sex, fame… and finding happiness. Elsewhere in this issue, Spice Girl Melanie C on her new album, gay rapper Cakes Da Killa, artist and activist Scottee, and the real lives of TV’s most famous gay ‘housewives’ as we meet the Gogglebox Gays. Plus, Outliving a Death Sentence: meet the men who have been living with HIV since the bleak days of the 80s and 90s.