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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Daniel Bedingfield To Return To The Spotlight

In recent news, Daniel Bedingfield has announced that he is going to be returning to the spotlight, and the first thing he will do is go on a comeback tour.

As per the statement released by the New Zealand-born singer, he will be beginning his trek on the 1st of April. 

This will be the first-ever release from the singer in almost a decade since he put out his second studio album back in 2004.

Before that, the singer made his debut with a hit single, Gotta Get Thru This in 2000, which enamored fans across the globe.

Now, the star has announced a surprise for his fans on his Instagram page, saying he is excited to be visiting the UK for his shows in April.

According to the musician, this trek is mainly going to be a celebration of more than 20 years of Gotta Get Thru This. 

Consequently, it will include a total of three shows and will feature a special guest whose identity has not yet been disclosed.

Back in 2004, Daniel had found himself involved in a serious car accident in his home country. In the aftermath of the event, he sustained several neck and head injuries. 

Soon after, the star announced that he would be bowing out of the public eye for a couple of years. 

In the years that followed, the New Zealand-born chart-topper wrote a couple of songs for a wide range of artists.

These include David Archuleta, the finalist of American Idol, Pixie Lott, as well as the winner of the X Factor, Ben Haenow. 

Later, in 2016, the singer joined forces with the West End production of War of the Worlds shortly before permanently relocating to the US. 

In the words of the star, he enjoys it when he is not depressed. He feels like a different person and visits the beach.

Daniel further revealed that he enjoys doing acrobatic yoga on the beach and feels life is complete when he giggles all the time.

The singer’s sister, Natasha Bedingfield, has also had several hit tracks, which were popular back in the 2000s. these include Unwritten, which gained popularity once again after it appeared in the popular movie Saltburn. 

In other news, the estate of Michael Jackson and a Las Vegas tribute show are locked in a legal dispute.

The company that runs MJ Live has announced that it is pursuing legal action against the estate after it made threats to file charges for violating the trademark. 

Consequently, the firm asked the judge to permit the running of the show, which has gained popularity for featuring an impersonator of the deceased singer.

The impersonator performs various hits that were released back in the day by the Thriller hitmaker, and the show makers want him to continue for six nights every week.

According to the show, it has staged over 3,600 shows since the year 2012, but the estate has just recently begun sending cease-and-desist letters to various venues.

These letters urge venues to cancel the tour dates of the upcoming shows of MJ Live, which has raised concerns for the show makers.

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