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Anthony Callea needing a shave

Anthony Callea first burst onto the national stage on Australian Idol in 2004 and since his debut, he’s forged an enviable career spanning fourteen years. He’ll return to Brisbane to headline this year’s Brisbane Pride Festival Fair Day and sat down for a chat with Michael James on the Gold Coast stop of his recent …

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Dua Lipa

Singer Dua Lipa was left in tears after fans were reportedly forcibly removed from her concert in Shanghai on Wednesday night. Witnesses alleged people were forcibly dragged from their seats by security for standing up and dancing while others said people were ejected for waving rainbow flags during her show in the city’s Qingpu district. …

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Pink performs on her beautiful trauma Australian tour

Two friends have spoken of their disappointment in the response of staff after they were the target of homophobic slurs at one of Pink’s New Zealand concerts. Chris Dutton and a friend told Stuff.co.nz they left the concert at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium early last Saturday after two other concertgoers harassed them for being gay. …

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george michael

The man who vandalised a Sydney mural of late singer George Michael has copped a $14,000 fine and 300 hours of community service. Ben Gittany was found guilty of malicious damage in late July after covering the artwork with black paint after the marriage postal survey last year. One of the property’s owners – who …

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Dragons Singer Dan Reynolds

Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds has slammed Eminem for using a gay slur in the lyrics of a track featured on his new album. The rapper released new album Kamikaze on Friday morning without warning and surprising fans. But Eminem drew criticism for calling fellow rapper Tyler, the Creator a “faggot” on the track Fall, …

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Madonna

Madonna has said she meant no d-i-s-r-e-s-p-e-c-t to the late Aretha Franklin after she took to the MTV VMAs stage to deliver a tribute to Franklin that was criticised for predominantly focusing on her own career. VMAs organisers said Madonna would be paying tribute to the Queen of Soul Franklin, who died of pancreatic cancer …

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Tim Campbell

Tim Campbell has been a regular face on Australian TV screens since the 1990s. His career has taken him from soap opera, to game show hosting, TV dramas and now his current career in music. As he prepares for the release of his second studio album he sat down with Michael James to chat about …

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Lady Gaga performs at a piano on stage in this screenshot

Music critics have named Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” as the best music video of the 21st century. Music publication Billboard has published their list of the top videos of the past 18 years, writing that at the time “Bad Romance” was a “stripped-down” style for Lady Gaga. Lady Gaga released the song in 2009 as …

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Cher in a still from musical sequel Mamma Mia Here We Go Again

Cher has revealed the tracklist for her new album of ABBA covers. The singer announced on the publicity trail for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again that she’d recorded the album after her time on the film. “After I did ‘Fernando,’ I thought it would really be fun to do an album of ABBA songs, …

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Troye Sivan is interviewed by Andrew Denton on Channel 7 program Interview

Pop star Troye Sivan has opened up about his initial trepidation about embracing his feminine side in his genderqueer-styled music video for latest single Bloom. In the music video, Sivan wears heavy makeup and dances in couture costumes paying tribute to different eras of queer culture. Sivan told talk show host Andrew Denton on Tuesday …

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