Fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto, known for his pioneering work with music icon David Bowie, has died aged 76 after battling leukemia
Donald posted a picture appearing to show the icon between Donald and bandmate Mark Owen with his arms around them.
Jarvis Cocker was arrested after running onstage during Michael Jackson's performance but footage from David Bowie's team helped clear his name.
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Plans to build a huge lightning bolt memorial to David Bowie in his hometown of Brixton, south London, have been scrapped after a crowdfunding campaign failed reach its target. With support from Lambeth Council, fans of the late music icon had proposed creating a 9m (30ft) tall red and blue statue, dubbed the ZiggyZag, shaped in the style of the lightning bolt on Bowie’s Aladdin Sane album cover, just streets away from his Stansfield Road birthplace.
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What a year. The past twelve months have really put us through the wringer, with a whole host of our best-loved actors, comedians, sportsmen and musicians waving goodbye - some tragically before their time.The unexpected death of legendary pop icon David Bowie back in January was arguably the biggest shock of all, causing a national outpouring of grief and the realisation that things would never be the same again. Other legends that followed included singer and musician Prince, Harry Potter star Alan Rickman, and comedians Victoria Wood and Caroline Aherne.These are Yahoo UK's most-searched celebrity deaths of the past 12 months.
An angry mum has blasted a radio station after she was fooled into taking the day off work to attend a gig that promised performances from David Bowie, Prince, and Freddie Mercury. Angry Sarah said: ‘I took the day off work and put my kids in the car and hoped to be able to buy tickets from a tout outside.
David Bowie’s ashes have reportedly been scattered at the Burning Man Festival over the weekend. The late icon – who passed away following a secret cancer battle earlier this year, aged 69 – was honoured with a small ceremony at The Temple of Black Rock City in the Nevada desert, reports claim.
Simon Cowell is planning to “honour” David Bowie and Prince with themed weeks on The X Factor 2016. Returning judge Louis Walsh is reportedly the mastermind behind the campaign to pay tribute to Bowie, 69, who died in January after a secret cancer battle, and Prince, 57, who passed away in April from an accidental fentanyl overdose. “Simon Cowell is a big fan of Bowie and has never held back his admiration for him,” a source told The Sun.
Following the shock deaths of music icons David Bowie and Prince earlier this year, Justin Bieber has reportedly started to plan his own funeral to ensure a perfect final send-off. The young star’s morbid mission has alarmed family members, including his mum Pattie Mallette, as a source revealed: “At first, Pattie laughed-off Justin’s elaborate funeral and estate plans as just another of his passing whims. “But it’s now become clear that Justin is serious, not only about planning his own funeral but everything from his will, to his legacy.
A musical featuring the music of David Bowie is coming to London this autumn following a successful premiere in New York. Lazarus is inspired by Walter Tevis’ novel ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’, which was originally adapted into a movie starring Bowie in 1976. The musical, co-written by Bowie and Enda Walsh, will focus on the story of a ‘man’ called Newton, played by Dexter actor Michael C Hall, who is on Earth and ‘unable to die’.
In a continuation of musically inspired beauty changes, Paris Jackson has paid tribute to Prince with her freshly dyed hairstyle in the Purple Rain singer’s signature shade. Earlier this week Paris had the word ‘Bad’ – in the same red font as the album cover of the same name – etched on to her hand, which also features an inked lightning bolt representative of the late David Bowie, and Van Halen’s logo.
An injured koala bear whose eyes make her look like David Bowie is recovering after a car accident. Staff at Australia Zoo have nicknamed her “Bowie” because she has different coloured eyes like the late singer - one is blue and one is brown. The animal’s eyes are the result of heterochromia, while Bowie had a permanently dilated left pupil, giving the appearance that he had one blue and one brown eye.
David Bowie’s wife Iman posted a touching tribute to her late husband on Father’s Day (Sunday June 19). The photo shows Bowie lovingly cradling the couple’s daughter, Alexandria “Lexi” Zahra Jones, when she was a baby. Lexi’s birth in August 2000 prompted Bowie to step out of the spotlight and focus on living a “normal” family life in New York.
Lionel Richie is living his life with new meaning following the deaths of his close friends Muhammad Ali, Prince and David Bowie. The legendary singer, 66, is still processing the loss of the stars from his era, but has admitted that their untimely deaths have helped him to adopt a different attitude. Sadly, Bowie lost his battle with cancer in January, aged 69, and Prince was found dead at his Paisley Park home near Minneapolis, Minnesota in April, aged 57.
Duncan Jones, son of David Bowie, has spoken in a new interview about how he is coping in the wake of his father’s tragic death. The 69-year-old music icon passed away in January following a secret battle with cancer and while his family is still coming to terms with the loss, Duncan is relieved that he had the chance to say goodbye. Speaking to Chris Hardwick on The Nerdist podcast, he said: “I’m OK, I’m good.
Yikes, Gene Simmons has spoken out against the late Prince, dubbing his tragic death earlier this year as “pathetic”. Are those comments even necessary, Gene? The Kiss frontman compared the music legend’s death to David Bowie’s in January, revealing that learning of the 69-year-old’s passing was worse because he was taken by cancer - not by drugs and alcohol.
Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis has revealed the festival will pay tribute to David Bowie and Prince next month. Eavis added: “The Pyramid Stage is going to have a tribute to David Bowie – the Aladdin Sane lightning flash, in metal, which will be designed by Joe Rush… we’re also looking at a few Prince tributes.