Top of the ladder.
“Jimmy Barnes is doing to the Black Eyed Peas what West Coast did to Melbourne last week”
I Gotta Feeling (this is gonna be weird).
Missy takes a mark.
I Was Made For Dodgin’ You
There’s a large chance they’ll do a better job than Meatloaf did.
Washington says she’s “excited and honoured”.
After years of international headliners, things might be about to change.
Next year’s big game could be a shocker.
You Am I frontman Tim Rogers has described the abuse directed at retired AFL player and former Australian Of The Year Adam Goodes as “cowardly” in a passionate new interview. Like Goodes, Rogers is a David Jones brand ambassador. Unlike Goodes, though, he hasn’t been hit with abuse both before and after appearing in the
A “technical issue” during Ellie Goulding‘s performance at yesterday’s AFL Grand Final has led some viewers to suggest the British singer actually lip-synced her performance at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. As footage below shows, Goulding takes to the stage to perform ahead of the Grand Final (which, SPOILERS, was won by Hawthorn) and her song
Bryan Adams has had no shortage of advice on how to approach his upcoming performance at the 2015 AFL Grand Final, even being warned by one fan that he’d better give a better performance the Meat Loaf‘s famously lacklustre one in 2011. “When I came in this morning on the plane, a guy said to
In a move that may or may not ease the backlash they’ve copped after once again snubbing homegrown talent in their Grand Final festivities, the AFL is set to launch a footy finals festival featuring nothing but Aussie acts. Goal! The code has teamed up with Foxtel to launch the Foxtel Footy Festival, which runs
The AFL has copped it from pretty much all directions since unveiling its 2015 Grand Final lineup featuring X Factor Judge Chris Isaak, British electro-pop star Ellie Goulding and your mum’s teenage crush, Bryan Adams. You’ll note there that not one single homegrown artist made the cut, even though we’re talking about the Australian –
The AFL has come under rapid fire since unveiling the full lineup for its 2015 Grand Final spectacular yesterday. For those who missed the news, as our bros at Crave reported, all of your mum’s favourite international acts have been booked to play the big decider. But not one single homegrown artist made the cut.
Despite his famously terrible performance at the 2011 AFL Grand Final, American rocker Meat Loaf wants to tour Australia again in order to stick it to both the AFL and any haters who think he’s lost his touch. In a recent interview with Billboard, Meat Loaf calls out the AFL for allegedly not putting enough
Are you sick of having to sit through performances from irrelevant and aging musicians like Meatloaf and Sir Tom Jones before the first bounce of an AFL Grand Final? A new petition is begging for your John Hancock, in order to show Grand Final organisers that Australia wants local rockers Pond, King Gizzard & The
Reppin’ for their fellow Western Australians, Pond have unveiled a cover of the Fremantle Dockers theme song.