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During the interview he revealed that he has been back in the recording studio and is currently working on four new tracks with a new production team, and suggested the possibility of live dates in the future.


Robinson began reporting on his Facebook page in Spring that he has been writing and recording some new material with Boy George as producer, and some re-recordings of his back catalogue. He spoke about the new recordings at length during a June interview. The pair were also interviewed on Loose Women on 26 September Robinson was born in Jamaica, but after his parents split up, he and his mother moved back to England when he was four years old, settling in Hertfordshire.

After being constantly bullied, he left school at 15, and by he had left home and was living in a squat in London. Robinson has been candid about the effect drug abuse has had on his life, and the physical and mental health problems he has suffered.

In , both he and Boy George were arrested in London on charges of drug possession. On 20 August , at Marylebone Magistrates Court in London, a magistrate dismissed a heroin charge against Robinson because the prosecution offered no evidence. In a interview for Rolling Stone , Rossdale responded: There's a queue of people going to their lawyers about stuff in his book.

I hope he manages to sell some books by putting my name in there. We Can Be Heroes: Take It Like a Man: The Autobiography of Boy George. In the book, George claims that while they were living in a squat together, they were chased out by a neighbour male who was attracted to Marilyn, but who then broke the door down with an axe when he discovered Marilyn was a man.

He also claims Marilyn once tried to seduce David Bowie at a London nightclub but was rebuffed. Marilyn has been portrayed in several productions, including Boy George's stage musical Taboo which reflected on the New Romantic scene of the early '80s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Marilyn Marilyn in Munich , January Retrieved 30 July Some Like It Hot an interview with Marilyn ".

Band Aid 25 years on". Australian Chart Book — Illustrated ed. QX magazine, 29 August , No. If he could only help himself: I haven't tuned into anything for years. Or thought about work, because I've been a junkie. No one was in my bubble but me. My outlook has been, will the last person leaving, switch the light out'.

Therefore, it's not hard to imagine the dramatic effect the likes of gender benders Boy George and Marilyn had on society at large. Gay and straight boys alike went wild with mascara, whilst mothers and grannies, well, er Archived from the original on 23 February Retrieved 1 October Archived from the original on 4 October Retrieved 17 October Archived from the original on 24 August Nicola Tyson in Conversation with Michael Bracewell".

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I've got to look at the tapes of the actors' workshops from it round at George's. It's coming from mainly George's angle again [the Boy is writing the music for the show] and that's slightly perturbing to me. The thing is, he's more famous than me. People will believe anything someone says it they're a celebrity, and that's sad'. Retrieved 28 June Retrieved 26 November Because of segregation laws still in place in , black people were not allowed in nightclubs.

Monroe demanded that Fitzgerald be allowed to perform, promising the management of a popular L. In part because of her political views, the FBI monitored Monroe's activities for years.

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Her marriage to the left-leaning playwright Arthur Miller was also viewed as suspect, particularly considering Miller's stand against Senator Joseph McCarthy who led a series of anti-Communist "witch hunts" in the s. The FBI files were sealed for years and, when finally released to the public, were heavily censored. According to the FBI, the original, untouched copies of the Monroe files no longer exist. The FBI was never able to prove any ties to Monroe and communism, writing, "Subject's views are very positively and concisely leftist; however, if she is being actively used by the Communist Party, it is not general knowledge among those working with the movement in Los Angeles.

The rumor that Monroe was involved with President John F. Kennedy and his brother, Robert Kennedy, persisted for years despite no evidence to support the claim. Edgar Hoover in particular was determined to find anything scandalous that could implicate Kennedy. His deputy director, William Sullivan, later wrote in his autobiography, "Hoover was desperately trying to catch Bobby Kennedy red-handed at anything he ever did.

We used to watch him at parties. While Hoover eventually came to the conclusion that "the stories about Bobby Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe were just stories," speculation still remains. According to The Independent , "key forensic evidence went missing shortly after [Monroe] died.

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Other things that might have given us some insight into Monroe's last days were destroyed. According to Vanity Fair , her half sister wrote in her memoir My Sister Marilyn that Monroe's business manager, Inez Melson, went through her things after her death. Melson also changed the lock on one of Monroe's filing cabinets. The coroner who examined Monroe's body second guessed some of his findings.

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While the official autopsy report ruled that her death was a suicide, not everyone is convinced. Noguchi, a fresh bruise was on Monroe's hip.

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When he examined her stomach, he found no traces of the dye that coated the Nembutal capsules that claimed her life. He later admitted that he should have tested her internal organs instead of just performing toxicology tests on the blood and liver. I'm not saying that; it was a perfectly normal procedure.

But still a shame. While he was adamant that Monroe's death was a suicide, weeks after he performed the autopsy he asked the lab to test her other organs but they had already been destroyed. His story has changed somewhat since when he told a reporter that it was possible the star had been murdered. At that point he called for the case to be reopened. The Sydney Morning Herald says that the report claims that Peter Lawford, who married into the Kennedy clan, knew that Monroe had a history of faking suicide attempts to gain attention.

On her last visit to him he prescribed Seconal tablets and gave her a prescription for 60 of them, which was unusual in quantity especially since he saw her frequently. On the date of her death… her housekeeper put the bottle of pills on the night table. It is reported that the housekeeper and Marilyn's personal secretary and press agent, Pat Newcomb, were co-operating in the plan to induce suicide. The suspicious circumstances surrounding Monroe's death have led many to demand the case be reopened.

There are many conspiracy theories that speculate Monroe was murdered, some of them more credible than others. Some people believe she was actually abducted by aliens while others are convinced that it was part of a government cover-up to prevent her from revealing her relationship with Bobby Kennedy. Perhaps Monroe would have been happier if she had been a wife and a mother instead of an internationally celebrated star. She certainly longed for the simpler things in life. After her death, many recipes were found in her home and it was thought that she planned to one day write a cookbook.

Experts who studied Monroe's recipe for stuffing said it had the "unmistakable balance of fussiness and flexibility that is the hallmark of an experienced and confident cook. Monroe's personal papers were published in , providing a complex view of the film icon.


BBC calls her words "the writings of a poet," proving for once and for all that she was a far cry from the simple-minded beauty she portrayed. Her writings show her frustration at dealing with day-to-day life and the people around her. Trying to understand, making allowances, seeing certain things that just weary me," reads one entry. Another, dating back to the s shortly after her marriage, says "all this thought and writing has made my hands tremble but I just want to keep pouring it out until that great pot in the mind is, though not emptied, relieved.

It's clear from her notebooks that "having a sense of myself" was of great importance. What really happened to Marilyn Monroe? Was she actually murdered as part of a government plot?