Internationally, the song topped the charts in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and peaked within the top ten of the charts in Australia, Canada and the Republic of Ireland.A sequel to the song, "Airplanes, Part II", features new verses from B.o.Set in Newcastle, the movie is the Palme d’Or-winning tale of a 59-year-old joiner (played by Geordie comic Dave Johns) who — hobbled by a recent heart attack and threatened with the loss of his incapacity payments — strikes up a tender friendship with a recently rehoused Londoner and single mum-of-two called Katie (Squires).Intimate, blackly funny and unforgiving when it comes to the bureaucratic cruelty of the modern benefits system, it’s a film with the power to take your breath away: a furious, vital message delivered at low volume.The duo were pictured hand in hand as they made their way to Tup Tup Palace – a far cry from the Beverley Hills hangouts Hayley is used to.Kyle seemed very hands on with the 24-year-old plus-size model at one point, affectionally throwing his arm around her shoulder as the pair giggled at their own private joke.Osment's acting career began at the age of four, when his mother took him to a new IKEA store and they encountered a talent scout looking for new actors.
Hayley Squires may only be a pocket-sized 5ft 2in but, as she approaches the glass door of our designated meeting point in Shoreditch’s M Hotel, her walk — the harried stomp of the unmistakably pissed-off — means I spot her instantly.
It was recently discovered that Holly is reportedly secretly dating professional footballer Jacob Blyth.
But the Northern hunk isn't exactly crying into old pics of the Geordie Shore babe.
The unexpected pairing have even made their romance Instagram official, posting loved up selfies from their encounters.
However, despite their apparent closeness neither have confirmed that they're in a relationship yet.
Kyle split with Holly in March this year after three years together.