QUEEN: In the studio with Adam Lambert?
They're headed back on the road, but will we ever hear a Queen + Adam Lambert album?
Last November, Queen drummer Roger Taylor said he would like the band to record new music with Lambert, but there's been no further discussion.
Roger Taylor and Adam Lambert on the possibility of Queen + Lambert recording new music:
RT: "We do get asked a lot. And actually, it's so obvious, but we haven't actually really discussed it. I think one, we would need a couple of one or two killer songs."
AL: "It's trickier than it actually sounds. What is it called? If we recorded something new is that Queen? Is that still what we're billing the tour as? Is it some new super group name? And I know that's just detail, but it becomes like sort of a perception thing. I think we all love playing music together and that's the bottom line."
GEORGE MICHAEL: Former boyfriend is talking
George Michael's former boyfriend has given his first interview since the pop star's death on Christmas Day.
Kenny Goss, who spent 15 years with George until their breakup in 2011, tells the Dallas Morning News the guys had "a sweet relationship." He didn't give details on why they split, only commenting that it was "just what it was. We weren't even mad at each other or anything like that."
Though no longer a couple, they still spoke frequently by phone. They loved to discuss politics -- Goss says the "Faith" legend correctly predicted that Donald Trump would be elected President.
Goss, who runs a Dallas-based foundation still co-named with Michael, refused to talk about Fadi Fawaz, the hairstylist who was Michael's partner in his final years. Kenny says he never met Fawaz and knows nothing about him. He also pleaded ignorance about the circumstances of George's death.
Kenny still calls George "truly the love of my life. And I think I was the love of his life."