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  1. New album "Love" to be released on 16 November 1. When I Fall In Love 2. I Only Have Eyes for You 3. Love You Anymore 4. La vie en rose (feat Cecile McLorin Salvant) 5. My Funny Valentine 6. Such a Night 7. Forever Now 8. Help Me Make It Through the Night (feat. Loren Allred) 9. Unforgettable 10. When You're Smiling 11. Where or When 12. When You're Not Here (Deluxe Edition) 13. I Get a Kick Out of You (Deluxe Edition)
  2. This cunt doesn't care 'cos by the time the consequences of global warming kicks in, he's no longer alive.
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    The LP sound quality is And I have is a subpar type of speaker! Unbelievable!
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    Westlife confirms reunion

    Talk about ugly... Westlife Origin: Kian Egan, Markus Feehily and Shane Filan, along with fellow Sligo men Derrick Lacey, Graham Keighron, and Michael Garrett, were part of a six-member pop vocal group called Six as One, changed in 1997 to IOYOU. The group, managed by choreographer Mary McDonagh and two other informal managers, released a single titled "Together Girl Forever" which was written by Feehily and Filan. Louis Walsh, the manager of fellow Irish boy band Boyzone, came to know the group after he was contacted by Filan's mother, but the group failed to secure a BMG record deal with Simon Cowell. Cowell told Walsh: "You are going to have to fire at least three of them. They have great voices, but they are the ugliest band I have ever seen in my life." Three members of the band (Lacey, Keighron and Garrett) were told they would not be part of the new group, and auditions were held in Dublin where Nicky Byrne and Brian McFadden were recruited. The new group, formed on 3 July 1998, was renamed Westside but that name was already in use by another band, so it was changed to Westlife. In Westlife – Our Story, Byrne revealed that, unlike the others in the group, he was keen to change the name to West High. McFadden also changed the spelling of his name to Bryan to make it easier to sign autographs. Boyzone singer Ronan Keating was brought in to co-manage the group with Walsh. The band then released an EP titled Swear It Again.
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    Westlife confirms reunion

    Poor Brian... Brian McFadden says his former Westlife bandmates are blocking a full reunion He says a 'major offer' was on the cards. By Joe Anderton 28 April 2018 It looks everyone is reuniting at the moment, but one group who seemingly won't be getting back together in their entirety is Westlife. Brian McFadden, who quit the boyband in 2004, has said that although there was 'a major offer' for them to return as a five-piece, his former bandmates have blocked that from happening. "I was offered a big multi-million pound deal. It was the other boys in Westlife who said 'no'. They didn't want me back," Brian told The Irish Sun. "How does that make me feel? It makes me pretty upset because I didn't realise they still had those feelings towards me." Brian's quotes come a day after The Mirror reported that Brian posted a series of (now-deleted) tweets discussing the deal and the rest of the group's reservations about Brian returning to the band. "Dear fans and people who have supported us when we had bloody nothing," he wrote in the post, "Your [sic] the kings and queens who are us and we love you." "But I completely Underatand that the group see them selfs as a four piece.but let's be honest. Ego is destroying a full Westlife reunion [sic]." He later clarified what he meant, in another tweet that has also now been deleted. "For the record. I have spoken to senior members of the westlife project saying a major offer is on the table for a 5 man reunion," he shared. "That's fine but you have to respect the wishes of shane mark nick and Kian. If they only want to be a four piece I respect that." One tweet that managed to escape the culling on Twitter was this one, in which Brian responded to a fan saying that there was "nothing [he] can do" about making Westlife a five-piece group again. "Pal o would love us to sing the old songs but they've got a complex against me," he wrote. "Nothing I can do." A spokesperson for Brian told Digital Spy: "Brian has never had any desire or intention to join the Westlife reunion, since leaving the band his focus has always been his solo career and he has a new solo album coming out later this year, which coupled with performing with his good friend Keith Duffy as Boyzlife is where his energies currently lie. "The solo album is a work of love and a new direction for McFadden, he's currently in the studio rehearsing, writing and recording between Boyzlife gigs. He has a lot of fun on the road with Keith and is extremely passionate about his forthcoming release, which will feature some great collaborations and a series of solo shows planned for later this year and early 2019. "Brian is also committed to his personal relationship and a charity venture he is currently planning for this Xmas. There is little time in his schedule to have any concern over the Westlife reunion." Both Louis Walsh and Shane Filan have publicly said that they consider Westlife to be a four-person group now, with the latter specifically noting that Brian has been out of the group longer than he was in it. "We all had a good relationship with Brian, then he just left the band very early on. And I don't think we would ever reunite with him," Shane said earlier this week. "I honestly see Westlife as being four people now. The four people who started and finished Westlife are what I consider the band. Brian has been out of the band longer than he was in it. If we ever reunited down the line, it would only be the four of us." http://www.digitalspy.com/showbiz/news/a855878/brian-mcfadden-says-westlife-bandmates-blocking-full-reunion/
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    George Michael thread

    Worst Album #2 - LAV Best Album #1 - LAV
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    George Michael thread

    The Power of Love - Worst Single?!
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    Westlife confirms reunion

    Running out of money?
  9. Westlife confirms reunion with new tour and music – but one member's missing Will you be missing this band member? October 04, 2018 - 10:35 BST Ainhoa Barcelona Westlife fans, rejoice! The boy band are reuniting six years after their split, with new music and a tour lined up. Kian Egan, Nicky Byrne, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan made the announcement in a video posted on Facebook, although former member Brian McFadden, who left in 2004, will not be joining. The video shows the four lads sitting on stools and greeting each other as they walk into the room, with Nicky apologising for being late. "I missed the train," he says, laughing. "So, we do it on three, or just start?" asks Shane. "Let's do it on three," says Mark. Shane counts the group in before they say, "Hi, we're Westlife!" "We'll be seeing you soon," they say at the end of the clip. The reunion marks 20 years since the band first formed in 1998. During their career, they reached 14 UK number one singles and had seven top-selling albums, known for their hits including Uptown Girl, Flying Without Wings and Fool Again. After splitting in 2012, Kian, Nicky, Mark and Shane embarked on solo careers, as did Brian who had left years before. This week, it was confirmed that Brian will be taking part in Dancing on Ice next year. Kian, 38, also made headlines after winning I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2013. Speaking to HELLO! after his jungle victory, the singer, who shares three children with wife Jodi, said: "Being away from my family made me look at our lives. I was on top of the world and the only other time I'd felt like this was when we had Koa." He added: "I'd love to have a mini Jodi. I'm so lucky to have her and Koa and if we can give him a brother or sister, why wait?" Kian and Jodi went on to welcome two more sons – Zekey in 2015 and Cobi in 2017. https://www.hellomagazine.com/celebrities/2018100463063/westlife-confirm-new-music-tour/
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    Trump / US politics thread 🚽

    Trump Reportedly Considered Banning All Chinese Students From Studying in the U.S. by Ryan General 7 hours ago United States President Donald Trump was ranting about China a few months ago when he reportedly told a group of executives that “almost every student that comes over to this country is a spy.” Now, it appears Trump aides nearly convinced him to stop issuing student visas to Chinese nationals who want to study in the U.S., according to a recent report. Citing sources familiar with the discussion, Financial Times reported that it was White House aide Stephen Miller who has been pushing the idea to President Trump. Known for his hardline immigration views, Miller was reportedly selling the idea that such an action would not only be a deterrent to Chinese espionage but can also hurt the elite universities which have been critical against his presidency. However, U.S. ambassador to China Terry Branstad was able to convince Trump that Miller’s suggestion was “too draconian,” explaining that it would harm smaller colleges during an “intense” Oval Office meeting. U.S. embassy officials in China also pointed out that Chinese students significantly contribute to the service-sector trade surpluses that most U.S. states are running with China. The White House has earlier released a national security strategy document that included a promise to tighten visa procedures for some countries in order to “reduce economic theft by non-traditional intelligence collectors.” During an open Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in February, Director Chris Wray also described Chinese students as part of a ”whole of society” threat to the U.S. Instead of the proposed ban on Chinese students, the White House came up with new rules which shortened the length of visas for Chinese graduate students studying in “sensitive” fields like robotics, aviation, and high-tech manufacturing, which was instituted in June. While the move has been hailed by supporters as a solution to China’s alleged espionage through academia, many have criticized it as making it more difficult for brilliant Chinese students to move to the U.S. and contribute to American innovation. https://nextshark.com/trump-reportedly-considered-banning-chinese-students-studying-u-s/