BIG Music News: Def Leppard, Whitney Houston

DEF LEPPARD:  Hysteria is back on the chart

Def Leppard is back on the charts with an album originally released in 1987.

The 30th anniversary edition of Hysteria debuted at number-79 after selling 8,000 copies. That's its first appearance on the Billboard 200 since 1990.

In 1987, Hysteria debuted at number-36 and climbed its way to number-one a year later, spending six weeks there. In all, it spent 78 weeks in the Top 10, the longest run for a rock band in the chart's 61-year history. It has sold more than 12-million copies.

Seven singles were released from the album, and four of them reached the Top 10: "Hysteria,” “Pour Some Sugar on Me,” “Love Bites” and “Armageddon It."

WHITNEY HOUSTON:  Trailer for new documentary

A trailer for the Whitney Houston documentary that will debut August 26th has been posted by Showtime. Can I Be Me looks at the awesome talent and troubled life of the late diva.

Weaving together never-before-seen video, candid interviews and behind-the-scenes performance footage, this is a raw and uncensored portrait of Whitney Houston.

Five years after her drug-related death at age 48, the directors focus on Houston's central dilemma: even though she had made a fortune and was recognized as one of the greatest voices ever, she still was unable to do what she wanted, either professionally or in her personal life.


OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN:  Latest from a video update

Olivia Newton-John says she's "feeling great" and is grateful for the messages she's received from fans. In a video sent to Entertainment Tonight, the singer actress says the prayers and well wishes have "continue to lift her spirits."

Here of some of Olivia's words to her fans:  [courtesy of Entertainment Tonight]

"Firstly, I'd like to express my gratitude to all of you who sent such kind and loving messages of support over the past few months. Your prayers and well wishes have truly helped me and continue to lift my spirits. I'm feeling great and so look forward to seeing you soon."

The message was apparently taped in Melbourne, Australia, home to the cancer and wellness center Newton-John established. She added that she was there for its annual fundraising gala, wellness walk and research run.

A spokesperson adds, "Olivia is finishing her treatments and is excited to see her fans when she begins performing again next week."

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