AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has issued a statement to assure fans that he is “not retiring’ and that he will continue to record.
While Johnson is officially out of AC/DC the statement suggests that Brian’s next move may be a solo album. “I wish to assure our fans that I am not retiring. My doctors have told me that I can continue to record in studios and I intend to do that,” he said in the statement at his official website.
Madonna has had the curb outside her home repainted grey after a row with neighbours.
Iggy Azalea hasn’t split from Nick Young.
The 25-year-old Australian rapper has been at the centre of rumours of a rift with her fiance after the Los Angeles Lakers star was seen boasting about his womanising ways in video footage leaked last month (Mar16).
Ice Cube reunited with his N.W.A. bandmates in a surprise hit-filled set at Coachella Festival on Saturday.
The rapper teased fans with the promise of a reunion back in January (16), and said he was “gonna try to bring the members of N.W.A. together… To give everybody a little history lesson on Ice Cube and N.W.A., Westside Connection, everything I’ve been doing over the years.”
Axl Rose is to join AC/DC as lead singer, replacing Brian Johnson, for the remainder of their world tour.
The Australian rockers said in a statement on Saturday (16Apr16) that the Guns N’ Roses frontman would be taking over duties from Brian, who has had to bow out of touring in an effort to save his hearing.
Singer Lily Allen is “practically a hermit now” after living in fear for years due to stalker harassment.
The 30-year-old mother-of-two was shadowed by a man named Alex Gray since 2009 – the torment began with tweets, letters and threats before escalating into a full-on home invasion last year (15).
Lionel Richie’s backup career plan was to be an interior designer.
The legendary singer first made a name for himself with soul group the Commodores in the late ’60s, before branching out on his own with a successful solo career.