British singer-songwriter, RAYE performed her new hip hop single, “Hard Out Here” from an intimate bedroom set, Big Zuu and Tilly Ramsay squared-off in a battle of culinary chops and footballers Jarrod Bowen and Ben Foster discussed the Women’s Euros prospects over a game of FIFA, all in a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience at Village Underground in Shoreditch at Amazon’s Prime Day Dream House.

The event, celebrating Amazon’s upcoming Prime Day on 12th and 13th July, was inspired by the surrealist, playful nature of dreams, and was attended by some of the most exciting names in showbiz including James Lock, Siânnise Fudge, Hana Cross and Gogglebox brothers Joe and George Baggs.

TV personality, Sam Thompson, led Prime Day Dream House guests from room to room, guiding them through an evening of exciting twists and turns, whilst social media star Max Balegde took over Amazon UK’s Instagram channel to give audiences at home exclusive BTS content on the night, delivered with a healthy dose of his signature comedy.

It wasn’t just the entertainment that was causing a stir, with guests making fashion statements that caused heads to turn and cameras to click. Hannah Cross showed off her abs in a crop top and baggy jeans, Jarrod Bowen dressed in a Balenciaga hoodie and Big Zuu donned a Stone Island khaki shirt.

From the Bedroom – Pop Sensation RAYE Performs New Single

Debuting her new single, “Hard Out Here,” RAYE’s epic performance got the crowd dancing and singing along, which moved the pop-icon to tears. The songstress kept the party mood going to create an unforgettable experience with her greatest hits, including, “Secrets,” “Waterfall,” as well as “BED,” which she sung direct from a bed in the Prime Day Dream House. The songstress wowed the audience wearing a baby pink suit and matching bra.

Finishing off her set and speaking emotionally to the crowd, RAYE spoke of her recent departure from her music label, saying: “I’m independent now, this is a big moment guys. I was with a major label for 7 years of my life. I went on Twitter and I was like please let me be free and thanks to you lot, I managed to find my way out. I’m not chasing the chart now, I’m doing my own thing.”

From the Kitchen – Fresh Out the Box Challenge

Live from the Kitchen, TV chef and presenter, Big Zuu faced off against influencer, chef and foodie, Tilly Ramsay, in the ultimate cooking challenge using ingredients delivered same-day through Amazon Fresh. Tilly captured the spirit of her father, renowned chef Gordon Ramsay, to whip up a Japanese omelette and was in a competitive mood against Big Zuu, who inspired by the moment created a “tomato pasta” with a spicy twist.

Big Zuu, brought the heat against Tilly, stating: “I made my whole sauce from scratch and people are out here making omelettes” whilst Tilly revealed her biggest fear was “giving someone food poisoning,” admitting that her dad, Gordon was tuning in at home to eagerly await the results.

The cook-off closed with Tilly Ramsay narrowly being crowned the Fresh Out the Box champion, much to Big Zuu’s dismay.

From the Living Room – Prime Ballers FIFA22 Challenge 

Moving to the Dream House Living Room, West Ham footballer Jarrod Bowen took on goalkeeping legend and sports personality, Ben Foster, in the ultimate FIFA challenge. The two brought the same intensity they are known for on the pitch, alongside a light-hearted sports trivia battle hosted by sporting presenter Timbsy, with Jarrod revealing “There’s been a lot of good transfers, this year it’s gonna go up another level with the quality at hand”exciting football fans for next season.

Talking about the upcoming World Cup, Jarrod Bowen, said: “Playing for your country is always a special moment, to be at the World Cup we’ve got to see how this season goes. I’d love it.”

Ben Foster, said of his opponent: “Jarrod is a breath of fresh air. Works his socks off, does it all properly, scores lots of goals but doesn’t want the limelight. You don’t get much of that. Most want the spotlight, but he doesn’t seem to care – it’s so refreshing.” 

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Amazon Prime Day takes place on 12th and 13th July this year and offers millions of deals globally to Prime members over the 48 hours. Customers can check if they are eligible for a free trial of Prime at New members can try Prime for 30 days for free, with Prime membership costing £79.00 a year or £7.99 a month. 

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