Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess hoping relationship leads to dancing success
Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess believe that their romance could lead them to success on 'Dancing with the Stars'.The couple made their debut on the dancefloor during Monday's (20.09.21) season 30 premiere and concluded their romantic dance with a kiss, and Sharna feels that their romance could help them in the show.
Taylor Swift will present and perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony. © Bang Showbiz Taylor Swift
The 31-year-old singer has been booked to perform at the event in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 30, when she'll also induct Carole King into the Hall of Fame with the help of Jennifer Hudson.
The 40-year-old singer is also scheduled to perform at the Hall of Fame Induction.
Elsewhere, Sir Paul McCartney, Drew Barrymore and Angela Bassett will be among the star-studded list of presenters later this month.
Drew will induct the Go-Go’s, while Angela will induct Tina Turner, whom the actress previously played in the 1993 drama 'What's Love Got to Do with It'.
Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello hails Zack de la Rocha as 'punk rock James Brown'
Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello has described bandmate Zack de la Rocha as "the punk rock James Brown" and "the greatest frontman of all time".The Rage Against The Machine guitarist has hailed his bandmate as "the greatest frontman of all time" as he paid tribute to the 'Killing In The Name'
Gallery: Mamma mia, here we go again! ABBA are back but what about these other musical reunions? (BANG Showbiz)
Mamma mia, here we go again!
ABBA sent shockwaves of excitement across the world when they announced their reunion after 40 years apart. Tickets for their new hologram show are breaking records and fans can't get enough of their new songs 'I Still Have Faith in You' and 'Don't Shut Me Down'. But which other fans have stopped the press with by announcing their return?
Take That enjoyed stratospheric success in the early 1990s with hits such as 'Everything Changes' and 'Back For Good' before announcing a split which traumatised teenage girls in 1996. They soared to success once again in 2006 when they reunited for 'The Ultimate Tour' and have continued to play massive stadium shows - sometimes with Robbie Williams - and releasing several hit albums.
Iconic rock group Queen are still loved around the world today for hits such as 'Another One Bites the Dust' and the anthemic 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. When frontman Freddie Mercury died of AIDS in 1991, it would be six years before the other members reunited to record 'Only the Good Die Young' in his memory. Following a few sporadic reunions, they have toured with 'American Idol' star Adam Lambert in Mercury's place almost every year since 2011 playing to huge audiences.
New Kids on the Block
New Kids on the Block consisted of brothers Jonathan and Jordan as well as Joey, Donnie and Danny and the five-piece enjoyed success with a string of hits in the 1980s including 'Cover Girl' and 'I'll Be Loving You (Forever)' but when their fourth album failed to perform as well as previous releases and they called it a day. Along with new material, the group reunited in 2008 for a sell-out tour. They continued their reunion success with new releases and more tours. Their latest release was an EP in 2017.
Irish boyband Boyzone enjoyed considerable success in the 1990s, selling 2 million copies of their second album 'A Different Beat'. Growing tensions within the group caused a hiatus which lasted seven years, but in 2008 and 2009 they sold out two headlining arena tours, but they were their last as a five-piece. Stephen Gately died in October 2009 from an undiagnosed heart condition, but the surviving members have since carried on the Boyzone name with four new albums and a further three tours.
Steps were billed as the "90s version of ABBA" when they hit the charts in 1997. Over the next four years, they released a string of successful choreographed singles including 'One For Sorrow' and megahit 'Tragedy'. A rift in the group caused them to split in 2001 but they reunited in 2011 for a warts-and-all documentary which was followed by a sell-out tour in 2012. The group reunited once again in 2017 and have since released a further three studio albums and continue to tour regularly.
Fleetwood Mac are one of the greatest rock bands in history, having sold over 120 million records since their debut in 1967. Affairs, addiction and scandal tore them apart in 1995 but have since had a 'revolving door' style of a line up. Most recently, they toured in 2018 and 2019 and streamed a concert in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Blondie are rememrbered to this day for hits such as 'The Tide is High' and 'One Way or Another'. Despite enjoying a decade of success, the rockers called it a day in 1982 following low ticket sales, substance issues and financial problems. When a new generation discovered their music through the solo career of singer Debbie Harry, the band reunited in 1997 and have since released a further five studio albums.
The Spice Girls were the ultimate girl group of the 1990s and were flying the "Cool Britannia" flag with hits like 'Wannabe' and 'Who Do You Think You Are'. The band fizzled out after Geri 'Ginger Spice' Halliwell left in 1998, but they reunited as a five-piece in 2007 for a world tour that sold out in minutes. They reunited once more in 2012 for the closing ceremony of the London Olympics and again in 2019 for a stadium tour but this time as a four piece after Posh Spice Victoria Beckham declined to take part.
Lionel Richie is also set to attend the event, where he'll induct music executive, entrepreneur, and film producer Clarence Avant into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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Clarence, who is also known as The Black Godfather, is poised to receive the Ahmet Ertegun Award for his career achievements in the music business.
The upcoming event will actually see Taylor and Carole switch places, after the 79-year-old star presented the 'Love Story' hitmaker with her Artist of the Decade accolade at the American Music Award in 2019.
At the time, Carole hailed Taylor's "extraordinary" impact around the world.
In her speech at the event, Carole explained: "Over the years, I have known some great songwriters and I have also known some great singers and performers.
"It’s rare to see all those talents in one person … She is one of the only modern pop artists whose name (sometimes) appears as the sole songwriter in her song credits.
"Her lyrics resonate across all generations, her songs touch everyone and her impact around the world is extraordinary."
Taylor Swift: Why is Taylor Swift re-recording her albums and how to watch All Too Well short film, starring Sadie Sink and Dylan O'Brien .
Red (Taylor’s Version) is the second album that Taylor Swift has re-recorded, with the first being Fearless (Taylor’s Version). © Taylor Swift is releasing a short film to accompany her latest release, Red (Taylor's Version). On Friday November 12th, Taylor Swift released Red (Taylor’s Version), the second one of her past albums to be re-recorded.The album was highly anticipated by fans, with Ms Swift dropping hints and clues in the lead-up to the release.The Empire State Building even got in on the action, lighting up the top of the skyscraper with red lights in honour of the name of the album.