Opera starlet Charlotte Church and 80s popster Simon Le Bon both surfaced in Ibizas San Antonio this week suggesting the once notoriously populist resort is finally becoming a playground for the rich.
I drove through San Antonio and I actually quite liked it, its like a fairground, Duran Duran singer Le Bon revealed in the latest issue of Pacha magazine, a lot of people waved and said hello there.
Voice Of An Angel opera singer Charlotte Church, meanwhile, reportedly hung out on the beach before attending San An superdub Eden (a raunchy nightclub with scantily clad dancers in cages which costs £35 to enter, as the Mirror put it.) The club plays host to Ministry on Fridays and Judge Jules Judgement Sundays each week, though the Radio 1 jock told Skrufff hed missed her at his night.
She was at Eden on Saturday night, Jules explained, however, shes also staying in the villa next door to mine.
Both celebrities San An sessions came as multi-millionaire rapper P Diddy complained that the islands sky high prices are ruining the islands vibe (also in Pacha magazine), prompting a less than impressed response from Juudge Jules.
P Diddys probably saying that because the clubs have cottoned onto him and started to make him pay for his Cristal, he suggested.
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/San%20Antonio,%20Ibiza (San Antonio had acquired the stigma of being the holiday location of choice for British football hooligans which lead to a decline in the area. However, it regained its popularity in the mid 1990s, when it gained a reputation in Britain as having the best night clubs and DJs . . .)
Jonty Skrufff (Skrufff.com)