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David Bowie revives his 'Man Who Fell to Earth' role

David Bowie revives his 'Man Who Fell to Earth' role

Los Angeles: Actor-singer David Bowie will bring his iconic character from 1976's cult film "The Man Who Fell to Earth" for an upcoming play "Lazarus".

The actor has co-writen the play and composed music for the upcoming stage production, reported Aceshowbiz.

Bowie, 68, played Thomas Jerome Newton, who crash-lands on Earth while seeking water to save his dying home planet, in the classic Nicolas Roeg movie.

Groupie reveals that 'massively endowed' David Bowie was a 'wonderful lover'

Groupie reveals that 'massively endowed' David Bowie was a 'wonderful lover'

New York, Sept 23 - A groupie of David Bowie has revealed that the Brit musician was a "massively endowed" and a "wonderful lover ".

Caruso, who spent a night with 'Ziggy Stardust' hitmaker in Philadelphia in 1972, said that there was nothing gay about the musician and wouldn't have thought that Bowie could be bisexual as he was all man, the New York Post reported.

Caruso added that Bowie was aggressive, took charge, knew all the moves, wasn't kinky, but really controlled him in bed. (ANI)

David Bowie promises fans new music

David Bowie

London - `Starman` hitmaker David Bowie has assured fans he would be out with new music.

The 67-year-old star reportedly said that he will not make his fans wait for another 10 years for his new album.

He issued a statement a London charity event, held to celebrate his stellar career.

"This city is even better than the one you were in last year, so remember to dance, dance, dance. And then sit down for a minute, knit something, then get up and run all over the place. Do it. Love on ya. More music soon. David," he wrote.

David Bowie scoops best British Male Solo Artist at Brit awards 2014

David Bowie scoops best British Male Solo Artist at Brit awards 2014

London, Feb 20 : Iconic rocker David Bowie has won the best British Male Solo Artist trophy at 2014's Brit Awards held in London.

The 67-year-old musician beat off competition from the likes of Jake Bugg, Tom Odell, John Newman and James Blake, the BBC reported.

Since Bowie was not present at the event to collect the award, Kate Moss accepted the award and read out a speech prepared by him on his behalf, saying that he was completely delighted to have a Brit and it was a great way to end the day.

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