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'I was so naive': Troye Sivan opens up about his #MeToo moment
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'I was so naive': Troye Sivan opens up about his #MeToo moment

"I had no idea how to check if someone was legit or not. [He] promised the world to me."

  • by Michael Koziol & Ben Grubb

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Usher joins other icons to headline RnB Fridays Live in November

Usher joins other icons to headline RnB Fridays Live in November

The superstar singer will be joined by Salt-N-Pepa, Lil Jon, T-Pain, Estelle and more on an Australian tour.

  • by Genevieve Rota
New show dates announced as Pink reveals she was 'rushed to hospital'

New show dates announced as Pink reveals she was 'rushed to hospital'

The singer has apologised to fans and confirmed her next show will be on Saturday.

  • by Genevieve Rota
Celine Dion is deeply uncool. And that's what makes her great
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Celine Dion is deeply uncool. And that's what makes her great

Love, death, heartbreak: big emotions demand a big voice.

  • by Michael Lallo
'Absolutely devastated': Pink fans disappointed but say health comes first

'Absolutely devastated': Pink fans disappointed but say health comes first

One fan and her daughter travelled from New Zealand to see the singer perform.

  • by Rachel Clun
Pink postpones third Sydney show

Pink postpones third Sydney show

The pop star is in Australia as part of her Beautiful Trauma tour.

  • by Broede Carmody
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Pink postpones second Sydney show after being admitted to hospital
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Pink postpones second Sydney show after being admitted to hospital

After pulling out of her Friday show but performing on Saturday, Pink has cancelled another show in Sydney to return at a later date.

  • by Jenny Noyes
Shock and awe for amicable Wiggles separation
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Shock and awe for amicable Wiggles separation

The preschool fans of The Wiggles will be none the wiser when Yellow and Purple Wiggle next step out on stage.

  • by Linda Morris
Lang Lang and Brian Cox lead star-studded MSO 2019 season
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Lang Lang and Brian Cox lead star-studded MSO 2019 season

The Chinese superstar pianist and British pop-science guru are among the treasures of next year's program.

  • by Barney Zwartz
Guitar hero Joe Satriani reveals how he 'sustains the magic'
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Guitar hero Joe Satriani reveals how he 'sustains the magic'

Thirty years after his first tour of Australia, legendary guitarist Joe Satriani is back with a new album and a fresh focus.

  • by David Allan-Petale
The Aussie composer who scored the sound of nature
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The Aussie composer who scored the sound of nature

Melbourne-born Andrew Christie and the team at Hans Zimmer's Bleeding Fingers are the force behind National Geographic's Symphony for Our World.

  • by Maxim Boon