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The Rolling Stones secrets: What sustains Mick Jagger, 78, for hours on stage unveiled

Last night, The Rolling Stones performed their first show in London’s Hyde Park for years, and sadly without their late drummer Charlie Watts who died in 2021. Nevertheless, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood prove they’re still full of vibrant energy even at 78 and 75 respectively. Now the band’s dressing room coordinator Heather […]

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Bohemian Rhapsody: Freddie Mercury sister’s ‘bizarre, emotional’ reaction to Rami Malek

Bohemian Rhapsody defied the critics and was a box office smash, winning more Oscars than any other movie in 2019. One of the gongs went to Freddie Mercury star Rami Malek, who remembers first witnessing the Queen singer’s sister seeing him dressed up as her brother. Around Bohemian Rhapsody’s release, Malek told Jimmy Kimmel: “She got […]

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Moonraker Bond girl Lois Chiles: ‘Roger Moore’s charm was a real-life defence mechanism’

Following 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me, the end credits promised that James Bond would return in For Your Eyes Only. However, after the incredible success of Star Wars that year, 007 producers Cubby Broccoli and Harry Saltzman decided to capitalise on the sci-fi boom by adapting Ian Fleming’s Moonraker – which is on ITV […]

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Elvis: Priscilla Presley slams Colonel Parker horror stories ‘Most delightful, caring man’

Hanks continued: “I was prepared to hear horror stories of, as I was familiar, of the Colonel, how he was manipulative, how he was a puppet master, how he was evil and how he was a Rasputin and both Priscilla and Jerry said ‘the Colonel was one of the most delightful men I’ve ever met. […]

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The Rolling Stones BST review: Mick Jagger and Keith Richards knocked it out of Hyde Park

In an era where the classic rock generation is beginning to wind down and retire, The Rolling Stones show no sign of stopping. The band formed in 1962 lost their drummer Charlie Watts, who died at the age of 80 last year, but are determined to tenaciously carry on as he’d no doubt want them to. […]

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Paul McCartney duets with John Lennon virtually: ‘So special, we’re back together!’ WATCH

The clips of the late star, who died in 1980, were taken from The Beatles’ rooftop performance in 1969, the Fab Four’s final live show. With Lennon on screen behind, he and McCartney were able to sing I’ve Got A Feeling together from The Beatles’ last album Let It Be. Fans can check out the […]

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James Bond ‘is a chauvinist pig’ slammed Barbara Bach after filming The Spy Who Loved Me

Speaking with PEOPLE in 1983, Bach called Bond “a chauvinist pig who uses girls to shield him against bullets.” Interestingly, Roger agreed with her, having said the same thing in 1973 when he starred in his debut 007 outing, Live and Let Die. The Bond legend, who died in 2017, said at the time: “Bond, […]

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The Spy Who Loved Me Bond girl reveals Roger Moore’s ‘naughty’ little trick on 007 set

The Spy Who Loved Me, which airs tonight on ITV, is Roger Moore’s third and best-loved James Bond movie. The late 007 actor starred opposite Bond girl Barbara Bach, the future Mrs Ringo Starr. Joining them was Caroline Munro’s femme fatale, Naomi. Her pilot character and would-be assassin was employed by Bond villain Stormberg in […]

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Paul McCartney asserts Elvis inspired The Beatles to quit touring – ‘That is brilliant!’

Elvis Presley and The Beatles are the best-selling music artists of all time and they met only once. The five talented young men crossed paths on August 27, 1965 at The King’s Perugia Way home in Bel Air, Los Angeles on his invitation. Paul McCartney remembered a “darn cool” star who inspired the Fab Four […]

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Bohemian Rhapsody: How Freddie Mercury star calmed Elvis movie’s ‘terrified’ Austin Butler

Rock biopics are all the rage in Hollywood right now with the likes of Elton John’s Rocketman and Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody having been huge successes in recent years. Now it’s Elvis Presley’s turn this weekend as Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis hits cinemas. Title star Austin Butler has admitted how terrified he was to take on The […]