David cassidy and george michael
George Michael and David Cassidy! by Vincent Price
David Cassidy – The Last Kiss (Studio, TOTP)
George Michael Interview of David Cassidy (Part 3)
A young George Michael interviewed David Cassidy about stardom, struggling with fame, and doing a comeback that was published in the June issue of the Ritz fashion magazine. Read the full transcript of the interview:. GM: Did you find when you were doing stage work, that there was any resentment in TV and film when singers go and become actors? My first job in the business was when I was 18 years old, in a Broadway show. GM: Did people know that and remember it? I was an actor first.
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David Cassidy feat. Basia - "Romance" (Let Your Heart Go)" (1985)
Samantha Fox has accused the late David Cassidy of sexual assault, during and after a video shoot for his single Romance. Before I really had time to process what was happening, he had pushed me up against the wall and his hands were all over me. But instead, he just stuck his tongue into my mouth and shoved a hand under my skirt, while the other kept a firm grip on one of my breasts. The glamour model had been cast in the music video, along with a photoshoot in which she was undressed from the waist up. He became famous as a teen pin-up in the s, thanks to his role in hit TV series The Partridge Family, which also led to a string of hit albums, both solo and with his TV family. The Romance single was taken from an album of the same name, as Cassidy was trying to reinvigorate his career in the wake of his teen stardom. It was modestly successful, with subsequent single The Last Kiss reaching the Top 10, thanks in part to a George Michael guest appearance.
David Cassidy became one of the most popular teen idols of the 20th century, thanks to his starring role on The Partridge Family , which aired from , and to hit songs like "I Think I Love You. Though Cassidy's music was often dismissed as bubblegum pop, he had real talent. During the height of his stardom, his popularity was equated with that of the Beatles. Concerts, in massive arenas, sold out in minutes around the world, with fans literally going wild: At one show in Melbourne, Australia, the hysteria was such that there were calls for his deportation. More tragically, at a show at Wembley Stadium in , a year-old girl was trampled in a stampede—an event that deeply troubled Cassidy; he quit touring for many years, concentrating on recording. A decade later, in , he briefly revived his career with the single "The Last Kiss" from the album Romance , which reached No. He had some help from '80s hearthrob George Michael, who provided backup vocals.