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The balladeer, fresh off the plane from China, will present his five-star Edinburgh smash hit Luke Wright - Your New Favourite Poet tomorrow.
India should be red-hot favourites for these games, but with someone like Luke Wright fresh off the plane from the Big Bash in Australia, there is every chance of an upset.
Fresh off the plane, the celebrities were taken to a barren island off the east coast of Australia and each given walking boots and a GPS system to help them find a helicopter at the other side of the island.
Listening to our friend, we started joking that for some people fresh off the plane at Sofia airport, Bulgaria must indeed seem like the land of housewives because the number of SUVs in this country has grown and seems to be increasing all the time.
I write this column fresh off the plane from Antigua.
Fly-half Dai Flanagan - fresh off the plane from Connacht, where he was a substitute for the Blues on Friday night - probed the corners expertly, exploiting the gaps behind to keep Llanelli pinned back.
I'm fresh off the plane and haven't ridden out in Newmarket for a while.
The young Australian who'd lit a fire under a tree and climbed up it, believing himself dead and needing cremation; the English girl who at the sight of her anxious mother, fresh off the plane, had "screamed blue bloody murder" until she was taken to the asylum; the night the morgue held six young white bodies, all thought to have drowned in separate incidents.