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Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson aged up in 'heartbreaking' Instagram project
Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson fans have been left "in tears" by aged-up images of the late stars.In an ongoing Instagram project called As If Nothing Ever Happened, digital artist Alper Yesiltas has used AI-based technology to share his estimations about what the famous singers would have looked like had they lived.Queen frontman Freddie passed away from complications relating to AIDs in November 1991 at the age of 45.READ MORE:Queen fans mortified as hidden meaning behind Don't Stop Me Now is unveiledHad he lived, the Bohemian Rhapsody hitmaker would have recently celebrated his 76th birthday.In the aged-up photo, Freddie is still pictured sporting a moustache - which has turned grey over time.He can also be seen wearing a pair of reading glasses in the image, with his hairline slightly receded.Explaining the project to fans, Yesiltas wrote: "I would like to share with you the first collection of images of my AI-based project called As if nothing happened."Behind this project lies the question of 'how would people look photo-realistically if some great events had not happened to them.'"Jackson, meanwhile, passed away in 2009.In his image, the Thriller singer can be seen with curly brown hair and a full-grown beard.Yesiltas has also shared aged-up images of late stars including Princess Diana, Heath Ledger, John Lennon and Kurt Cobain.The Istanbul-based artist has amassed over 77k Instagram followers with the project, with many fans confessing to having been strangely moved by his images. One fan wrote: "So beautiful, I wanna cry," while another replied: "Beautiful and moving work.
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Marc Bolan's life - tragic death in car accident, will row and David Bowie bond
READ NEXT: Kurt Cobain to John Lennon - rockstars who died tragically young and how they diedHowever, Marc's life was tragically cut short following his death - just seven years after hitting pop fame.On the 45th anniversary of Marc's death, Daily Star looks back on the life of one of the music icon.Marc Bolan became one of the children of the revolution, when he first entered the limelight in 1966, when he became a member of the band John's Children in 1966.Following minor success with the group, he formed Tyrannosaurus Rex in 1968 with fellow band member Steve Took - but it would be two more years until they hit the big time.After shortening their name to T.Rex, Marc later became a teen idol, after the band hit the charts with their 1970 single Ride A White Swan.They also landed their one and only US hit, when their iconic track Bang a Gong (Get It On) hit the charts in the states in 1971.However in the UK, their popularity continued to boom, scoring hit single after hit single with songs such as Metal Guru, Children Of The Revolution and 20th Century Boy, along with the number one album Electric Warrior by 1972.He became one the faces of the Glam Rock music movement in the early seventies, joining huge stars including David Bowie, Slade and The Sweet - to name a few.However in 1974, Marc moved to the states with his partner Gloria Jones to work as a soul producer, after proclaiming the year before: "Glam Rock is dead," according to Louder Sound.Speaking to journalist Geoff Barton in 1975, as relayed in his retrospective feature in Louder Sound, Marc said at the time about his career: "People were saying that I was done for even from the time when Debora [Tyrannosaurus Rex’s 1968 single] came out."A lot of people like
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Nirvana win ‘Nevermind’ baby lawsuit in “final conclusion” to case
Nirvana‘s second album ‘Nevermind’ (1991) constitutes child pornography has been dismissed by a US District Judge in Los Angeles.Spencer Elden, who appeared as a baby on the classic record’s front cover, had sought damages from the surviving members of the band (Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic) as well as the estate of Kurt Cobain, photographer Kirk Weddle, and numerous record labels.Elden, now 31-years-old, was four months old when he was photographed by Weddle for the artwork.The latest ruling will prevent Elden from filing a fourth lawsuit. Lawyers representing Nirvana have in turn claimed that the suit has come to a “final conclusion”, although Elden has said he will appeal.“In short, because it is undisputed that [Elden] did not file his complaint within ten years after he discovered a violation… the court concludes that his claim is untimely,” District Judge Fernando Olguin wrote (via Rolling Stone).“Because plaintiff had an opportunity to address the deficiencies in his complaint regarding the statute of limitations, the court is persuaded that it would be futile to afford plaintiff a fourth opportunity to file an amended complaint.”Bert Deixler, a lawyer for Nirvana, told Reuters: “We are pleased that this meritless case has been brought to a speedy final conclusion.”Stating that Elden “intends to appeal” the decision, his lawyer Margaret Mabie added: “Under this reading of the law, child pornography remedies vaporise once the victim in the contraband image turns 28 years old.
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Elvis Presley's unknown 'feud' with John Lennon after one and only meeting
Elvis Presley is one of the world's biggest music icons – but did you know that he was rumoured to dislike one of The Beatles?It has been reported that the King Of Rock 'n' Roll was not a fan of Beatles star John Lennon, and that he even wanted him thrown out of America.Speaking to Daily Mail in 2011, journalist and PR Chris Hutchins revealed that a meeting between the two stars at Elvis' house was the cause of the rumoured feud.READ NEXT: Kurt Cobain to John Lennon - rockstars who died tragically young and how they diedHe said: "John had annoyed Presley by making his anti-war feelings known the moment he stepped into the massive lounge and spotted the table lamps – model wagons engraved with the message: ‘All the way with LBJ [former US President Lyndon B Johnson]."Lennon hated President Lyndon B Johnson for raising the stakes in the Vietnam War."Elvis had served in the US Army between 1958 and 1960 – during which time he also met ex-wife Priscilla Presley – and it proved to be an integral moment in his life that stayed with him.Speaking about that first – and only – meeting between The Beatles and Elvis, Priscilla said in an online video that she was surprised at "how shy" the group were."John was shy, timid, looking at him… I really believe that he just couldn’t believe that he was actually there with Elvis Presley."It was a little bit awkward because they just kept looking at him and not really saying anything and not really sitting down, just staring at him."However after John made his sentiments clear to Elvis, the King was unimpressed and felt that John's views were "un-American" and, as such, wanted him thrown out of the country.Chris Hutchins revealed that Elvis later "allied himself with FBI Director Edgar
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Kurt Cobain's ex Courtney Love, 58, strips to teeny bikini in ageless holiday snap
Courtney Love has stunned fans with her youthful figure while posing for a snap in a gorgeous bikini.The American singer-songwriter showed off her toned physique as she posed for a snap in front of the sea.The 58-year-old looked amazing in the retro-style green patterned bikini, which she paired with an assortment of gold necklaces.READ MORE: Wild Kurt Cobain death theories from no fingerprints to murder plot revealed by FBI fileShe also added a pair of huge oversized shades, which sat atop her defined cheekbones.Courtney completed her beach look with fluffy sliders, as she showed of her many tattoos.The star looked to be all smiles as she threw her arms in the air and looked up at the sky.She captioned the photo: 'Living well is the best revenge!'The post gained almost 30 thousand likes and fans instantly rushed to the comments section to compliment the star.One fan gushed: "Beautiful as always."While another wrote: "Queen! You look stunning."A third penned: "Looking fab! So happy you are feeling well."And a fourth commented: "Literally the coolest woman ever."Courtney was married to one of the most influential rockstars of all time, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.During his life, Kurt sadly suffered from drug addiction, mental health issues and a famously turbulent marriage to Courtney Love.He ultimately took his own life at the age of 27.Kurt and Courtney Love's marriage received tons of media attention, and it is still one of the most high-profile romances in modern history.There are various accounts that disagree on when they first met, but the pair bonded over drug use and spent lots of time together in 1991.The pair got married in style on February 24 1992 - tying the knot on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, where Kurt
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Most expensive music memorabilia ever sold - £1.4m Beatles piano to £4.5m Nirvana guitar
READ NEXT: Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love's Hollywood home on sale for less than $1millionItems once played by his former Beatles bandmates including Ringo Starr and John Lennon have sold at auction for eye-watering sums - with other music icons even purchasing the items themselves.As bidders head to the auction house to try purchase a part of music history, Daily Star takes a look at some of the most expensive music memorabilia ever sold.Nirvana's MTV Unplugged performance in 1993 went down in history as one of the music series' greatest performances of all time.The performance, which took place just five months before singer Kurt Cobain died, saw the star play a retro acoustic-electric 1959 Martin D-18E during the set.Now an important part of music history, the guitar later sold at Julien's Auctions in 2020 for a jaw-dropping £4.9m, and was won by Rode Microphones founder Peter Freedman.According to the BBC, Peter Freedman said he planned to take the guitar on a worldwide tour, with proceeds to go to supporting the performing arts.He also described buying the guitar as "a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity", according to the auction house.Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour announced in 2019 that he was selling his entire guitar collection, with the intention to use the funds to fight climate change.Speaking at the time, he told NME: "These guitars have been very good to me. They’re my friends.