N-Dubz to release fishing DVD for Christmas

'Catch Reel Fish' will be out this year – and trio could also launch website for angling enthusiasts

Pic: PA
N-Dubz are set to release a fishing DVD for the Christmas market this year.

The trio have reportedly made a 60-minute film titled Catch Reel Fish which they hope will "get a lot more kids off the streets and into fishing", according to the Metro.

X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos said: "I first went with my Dad when I was three and really enjoyed it. I still go to the Lakes with him as much as I can. Maggots don't scare me – we had them in the fridge at home.

"It's so peaceful sitting there seeing what you might catch. Dappy's been fishing with me. He likes it, too."

Her father, Plato Contostavlos, said that the group were hoping their popularity could turn more young people into fans of the sport. "If a fraction of N-Dubz fans buy it, it will still be a massive hit and hopefully get a lot more kids off the streets and into fishing, which has to be a good thing," he said.

According to The Sun, the singer's father also wants to launch a fishing website under the N-Dubz brand that will become "the go-to place for fishing enthusiasts".

Last week (October 8), N-Dubz member Dappy was arrested on suspicion of attacking his girlfriend. He was reportedly kept in custody for almost 12 hours before being released without charge.

Dappy recently confirmed that N-Dubz will split up in the next two years.

He said the trio have decided to release a greatest hits compilation and will then disband so they can focus on their solo careers.

Share This

Don't Miss
Latest Tickets
NME On Social
NME Store