UK pop star, Tony Hadley, comes to the rescue in Singapore quiz row

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Tony Hadley (Photo: Getty Images)
Tony Hadley (Photo: Getty Images)

A Singapore quiz contestant has been handed a cash prize following a row with a radio station over his pronunciation of Spandau Ballet star Tony Hadley's name - after the singer intervened.

Railway worker Muhammad Shalehan took part in the competition on popular Singapore station Gold 905, in which participants had to identify 14 celebrities from their voices.

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