Korn frontman Jonathan Davis is set to embark on a solo US tour in February (07), but he has no plans to record an album without his bandmates.
Davis was hospitalised in England in June (06) with immune thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP), which forced him to pull the plug on the group's European tour.
But he's now ready to hit the road by himself, supported by backing musicians who played on Korn's recent tour.
He tells MTV, "I'm gonna do it more in the style of a lounge thing. I'll be playing Korn songs, the Queen of the Damned (soundtrack) stuff I did and a lot of different covers.
"The closest thing (I've done to a solo album) was the Queen Of The Damned stuff and if I were to (record something solo) again, it'd be something like that."
The 24-year-old beauty, who stars alongside rapper Bow Wow in his new movie Roll Bounce, has great admiration for Aaliyah, who perished in a 2001 plane crash in the Bahamas after filming the video to her hit track rock the boat.
Good says, "I would love to play Aaliyah. For all the things that black women go through in this industry, telling her story would be incredible.
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The Queen of the Damned hunk became the envy of men across the world when he joined South African Charlize and Penelope Cruz for the film, in which the trio are embroiled in a love triangle - and Townshend confirms he had a great time on set.
He grins, "I had it good. It was a lovely shoot because the three of us got on really well. It was my favourite experience of filming so far."
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ALAN MENZIES, who has admitted to watching the movie 100 times, is on trial for murdering his friend THOMAS MCKENDRICK.
Menzies, who has an anti-social personality disorder, claims tragic Aaliyah visited him in his bedroom and urged him to go on a killing spree in exchange for immortality.
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The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
Earlier this month a twitter campaign asking Disney to make Elsa their first LGBT princess in the ‘Frozen’ sequel went viral.