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Marti Pellow appears on Smooth's Famous Firsts Podcast with Jenni Falconer

Smooth's Famous Firsts Podcast: Marti Pellow looks back at Wet Wet Wet, solo success and beyond

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Dolly Parton unveils new song 'Big Dreams and Faded Jeans' from her upcoming album

Freddie Mercury, George Michael and Elton John were all in love with women in the past

Forgotten loves of George Michael, Freddie Mercury and Elton John: The secret women they loved

Why did Michael Jackson wear a single white glove?

Why did Michael Jackson wear his iconic single white glove?

Ronnie Spector has passed away

The Ronettes lead singer Ronnie Spector has died, aged 78

George Benson

George Benson's 10 best songs, ranked

Who is Whitney Houston’s talent manager father John Russell Houston?

Who was Whitney Houston’s talent manager father John Russell Houston?

David Bowie waxwork at Madame Tussauds London

David Bowie is getting a new waxwork at Madame Tussauds to mark his 75th birthday

The Story of… ‘Smooth Operator’ by Sade

The Story of… ‘Smooth Operator’ by Sade

Jenni Falconer chats to Gabrielle on Famous Firsts

Smooth's Famous Firsts: How Gabrielle went from supermarket singer to a soul legend

Sidney Poitier

Hollywood icon Sidney Poitier has died, aged 94

Can you guess which is the best-selling movie soundtrack of all time?

What are the top 5 best-selling movie soundtracks of all time?

Barry Gibb and his brother Maurice and Robin famously walked out of the interview with Clive Anderson in 1997

Bee Gees: Excruciating moment trio walked off Clive Anderson TV show after host's music jibes

Michael Jackson standing still and the crowd goes wild

How Michael Jackson made fans go wild and faint purely by standing still for several minutes

David Bowie questioned why MTV wouldn't play black artist's music as early as 1983.

When David Bowie called out MTV for not playing black artists during 1983 interview

The Bee Gees made their way to pop superstardom after their move to America.

Barry Gibb credits Eric Clapton for changing the Bee Gees' fortunes during the 1970s

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