Former Sex Pistols star Steve Jones is to share the details of his colourful life in a new autobiography.
In Lonely Boy, the guitarist will chronicle his troubled youth as a teenage thief in London and the early days of the Sex Pistols.
He was the group's first singer but replaced Wally Nightingale on guitar when John Lydon joined the band.
Jones gave the new singer his Johnny Rotten nickname.
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Steve Jones was seen partying with Kasabian's Sergio Pizzorno at V Festival, not long after he took to the decks for an exclusive DJ set for the Carling Game On area.
The Welsh television presenter was seen soaking up the sun alongside the rock group's Sergio Pizzorno at yesterday's (22.08.15) event in Chelmsford, not long after he took to the decks for an exclusive DJ set for the Carling Game On area.
The 'Young, Free & Single' host was joined by his stunning wife Phylicia as they played some tracks from the DJ booth whilst enjoying a pint of Carling.
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The Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan has died at the age of 69 after reportedly suffering a ''massive stroke''.
Ian McLagan has died.
The Faces and Small Faces keyboardist passed away in hospital in Austin, Texas, at the age of 69 yesterday (03.12.14) after reportedly suffering a ''massive stroke''.
After the Faces - who changed their name from the Small Faces in 1969 when Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood joined - split in 1975, Ian began working as a session musician playing with artists including Bob Dylan, Billy Bragg, Bruce Springsteen and Chuck Berry.
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Jack Bruce - who sadly passed away yesterday (25.10.14) - had confessed earlier this year that he was thankful for ''extra lease on life'' he'd experienced following his liver transplant.
Jack Bruce was grateful for the ''miraculous'' liver transplant which reinvigorated his life in the months before his passing.
The Cream legend - who passed away at his home in Suffolk, East Anglia yesterday (25.10.14) aged 71 - spoke earlier this year about the operation that had given him an ''extra lease on life''.
In one of his last ever interviews, he exclusively told BANG Showbiz owner Rick Sky: ''The transplant was incredible. It gave me a miraculous extra lease on life. All the time since has just been a wonderful gift. I'm a very lucky man.''
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Boxer Ricky Hatton is one of the most surprising names to be plucked out for this years Lets Dance For Comic Relief, with the hardman sure to set off some smiles when he drops the boxing gloves in favour of something a little more dance-floor appropriate.
Hatton is among 15 other celebrities who have signed up for the one-off show, with impressionist Jon Culshaw, ventriloquist Nina Conti and stand-up comic Tim Vine also confirmed to appear. One person who is particularly looking forward to the upcoming instalment of the show, which has been a fixture in the Comic Relief schedule since 2009, is co-host Steve Jones, who said he looks forward to this show more than any other he fronts. He told press recently: "It's still the most fun I have on TV so I am ecstatic. Let's Dance is back with a host of famous faces along with famous arms, necks, legs and fingers all attempting to dance for our viewing pleasure."
Alex Jones, Steve's surname-sharing co-host, has also expressed her excitement for the upcoming project, saying, "We have some of our best comedians as panellists, and an unbelievable line-up of brave celebrities, who are all prepared to don their dancing shoes to raise lots of money for this year's Red Nose Day."
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Khloe Kardashian and Mario Lopez will co-host the X Factor USA live shows from next month
The 28-year-old 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who was rumoured to be in negotiations for several weeks to replace Steve Jones and host the second series of live shows alongside the 'Extra' presenter - has finally confirmed the news and admitted she is nervous ahead of her debut.
Writing on her official website, she said: ''I'm sure you've been hearing the rumours and I'm SO excited that I can finally confirm the news -- I am joining 'The X Factor' as co-host with Mario Lopez.
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Miley Cyrus turned down a judging role on 'The X Factor' because she didn't want to become a ''dream crusher'' to young wannabes trying to make it in the music industry.
Miley Cyrus turned down a judging role on 'The X Factor' USA because she didn't want to be a ''dream crusher''.
The 19-year-old singer was approached by Simon Cowell's team about joining the talent show as a panellist, but she rejected the role because she doesn't believe she would have been able to criticise the contestants' singing even if they sounded like ''nails on a chalkboard''.
She said: ''I just don't know if I want to be some dream crusher.
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After 14 years of broadcasting, the beloved TV format T4 has been axed by it's umbrella company, C4. The channel has cited declining figures of T4 due to the massive rise in viewers for one of the network's other channels, E4 which is now the highest rated channels for 16-34 year olds.
Reported on DailyMail.com, Dominic Bird, who is Head of Formatting at C4 said:'Whilst T4 has historically been a much loved destination for our young audiences, its popularity has been incrementally diminished over time by the digital revolution. In a landscape where Channel 4 now provides E4, the nation’s most popular channel for 16 -34 year olds... T4 has been fighting incredibly hard maintain the cut through it once enjoyed and now is the right time to look at more appropriate ways to serve our younger viewers.'
Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones is calling for a new musical revolution as he is ''tired'' of people referencing his band and thinks the political climate is right.
The 'God Save the Queen' band changed the course of musical history with their outrageous lyrics, behaviour and shock tactics in the 70s, and he thinks the political climate is right for the same thing to happen again.
He told TNT magazine: ''I was young, 21 years old, didn't really have clue what was going on. It was a time when no one had jobs and the country was a mess, pretty much like it is now. It's like its gone full circle.
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Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian is reportedly 'The X Factor' USA's producers' top choice to host the second series of the singing competition.
The 28-year-old reality star impressed TV bosses with her bubbly personality and witty comebacks during her screen test, and producers including Simon Cowell want her to present the Fox reality show in a bid to attract younger viewers.
A source told TMZ.com: ''There's at least an 85 per cent chance she'll get the job.''
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