Electric Coil Cable Sculptures, Pavel Sinev, DWP, Gallery, Art, Exhibition, Collection, Bulgarian, Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and Germany - **Mandatory credit: Pavel Sinev** - Monday 23rd June 2014
Mitchell Weiser - Bayern Munich and Real Madrid train at Bayern Munich's training ground ahead of their Champions League semi-final second leg match later on tonight (29Apr14) - Munich, Germany - Monday 28th April 2014
Jason Donovan will return to 'The War Of The World...The New Generation!' musical in the new role of Parson Nathaniel.
Jason Donovan will return to 'The War Of The World...The New Generation!' musical in a new role.
The 43-year-old singer and actor - who previously starred as The Artilleryman - will return as Parson Nathaniel, The Disturbed holy man driven to insanity by the Martian invasion of earth and Jason revealed he is most excited about the full body hologram of Liam Neeson, which will narrate the story.
He said: ''I am delighted and very excited to be going back on tour with 'The War of the Worlds' and taking on the new role of Parson Nathaniel. 'The New Generation' is going to have some fantastic effects and I, for one, can't wait to see the 3D hologram of Liam Neeson! It's going to be a whole new show and a whole new experience.''
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Nickelback have announced their first European tour since 2009, taking place in September and October.
Nickelback have announced their first European tour since 2009.
The 'How You Remind Me' will start their 'Here and Now' arena dates in Paris on September 7, then make their way through Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany and Switzerland before playing five dates across the UK in October.
The band - Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake and Daniel Adair - have said they are eager to get back on the road and are excited to get on the road again.
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Kelly Osbourne was left confused when her Pomeranian pooch, Sid, was mistaken for a rabbit during a trip to a coffee shop.
Kelly Osbourne's dog was mistaken for a rabbit.
The TV presenter took her Pomeranian, Sid, with her for a coffee, but another customer mistook the distinctively small, long haired canine for the hopping creature.
Kelly tweeted: "At coffee bean today a man ask if my dog Sid was a rabbit! #WhoTheF**kTakesARabbitToCoffeeBean? (sic)"
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Michael Jackson had been using Propofol since 1999, according to his former aide and friend Frank Cascio.
Michael Jackson had been using Propofol since 1999, according to his former personal assistant.
The 'Billie Jean' singer died in 2009 from acute intoxication of the anaesthetic - which is usually reserved for use in hospitals - and his one-time aide Frank Cascio claims he had been taking the drug for a decade.
Writing in his new memoir, 'My Friend Michael: An Ordinary Friendship with an Extraordinary Man', Frank claims he believes the pop superstar first started using painkiller Demerol after burning his head while filming a TV commercial for Pepsi in 1984 and that he first noticed him using it on his 'Dangerous World Tour' in 1993, which he believed was to treat a skin disease.
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U2 frontman Bono claims he is better than ever after undergoing surgery on his spine last year.
The legendary rockers will headline the world-famous music event in Somerset, South West England on Friday (24.06.11), a year after they pulled out of playing after the frontman underwent surgery on his spine in Germany, and the 'One' singer says he is feeling better than ever.
Describing himself as "Robo-Bono", the frontman said: "Were I to pull down my pants I have 'Made in Germany' stamped on my ass.
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Take That's Howard Donald has been booked as a DJ at superclub Eden in Ibiza this summer.
The boy band member will be spinning the decks at superclub Eden on the Spanish island - famous for its club scene - after being asked by English DJ Judge Jules.
His first date, at the Judgement Sundays night on August 21, is just three weeks after the band finish their Progress Live tour this summer.
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The beauty was intrigued to watch fellow Jew Spielberg's depiction of Israel's secret service Mossad exerting revenge following the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympics in Germany.
Portman tells US magazine Entertainment Weekly, "(I don't) agree with half of what's in Munich, but political film-making is about putting something out there that people aren't going to like."
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Film-maker MICHAEL CLASS is so disgusted by the lauding of gay cowboy epic Brokeback Mountain he is launching a new film awards ceremony celebrating morals in movies.
The Heath Ledger and JAKE GYLLENHAAL-starring Brokeback Mountain has claimed four Golden Globes, this year's (06) prestigious Producers Guild Of America (PGA) award and looks set to dominate the Oscars in March (06).
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Actor Eric Bana is helping to spread the popularity of bands from his native Australia, by taking their music to his movie sets.
The 37-year-old TROY star is convinced his efforts have started to pay off - he even introduced director Steven Spielberg onto one of his favourite rock bands when they filmed new movie Munich together.
He says, "I make it a mission to take Australian music with me when I'm on films. I'm the official Hollywood ambassador for Powderfinger. Spielberg loves them now."