Entertainment Bruce Springsteen Reconsiders Move To Australia: ‘I Don’t Think I’m Going’
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Bruce Springsteen has booked a quick return flight for his planned trip to Australia.
Springsteen told Australia's "Today" show that he would catch the "next plane" Down Under if U.S. President Donald Trump defeated Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
“I love Australia. We have nothing but good times down there; it’s always a treat to come. Love the people, love the geography. (It’s a) great place for a motorcycle trip," Springsteen continued, per. "It’s close to our hearts.”
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Deadline told you that bestselling author Don Winslow had enlisted Bruce Springsteen for one of his anti-Trump videos. Here it is, landing just before President Trump lands in Pennsylvania for a big rally today. Watch: NEW: #AmericaNeedsPennsylvania w/ Bruce @springsteen ! Donald Trump arrives in Pennsylvania later today. We need more than **1 MILLION VIEWS** before he lands. Please RETWEET and QUOTE RETWEET. !!! TURN VOLUME UP LOUD !!! pic.twitter.
In a followup interview with Trevor Noah of "The Daily Show", the Boss reconsidered the move.
“I don’t think I’m going to go there, but I’m not sure yet,” Springsteen told Noah with a chuckle. “So we’ll see.”
He predicted that Trump would lose the upcoming election: “I’ll be glad to see that happen.”
The 2020 U.S. presidential election is scheduled for Nov. 3.
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On Billboard’s latest Album Sales chart (dated Nov. 7), Pearl Jam captures its 14th top 10, as the group’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ jumps from No. 37 to No. 7. The surge up the list is due to the album’s Oct. 22 reissue on vinyl, and its first ever release on CD and as a digital download album. The set sold 12,000 copies in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 29 (up 286 percent), according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. In the previous week (ending Oct. 22), the album sold 3,000 copies, mostly from sales of the vinyl LP and digital album on Oct. 22.Billboard’s Album Sales chart ranks the top-selling albums of the week based only on traditional album sales.