Written by rossc007
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Topics: Music, Rick Astley

Friday, 23 November 2007

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Astley. Astley. Astley!

Teenage girls rejoice, 80's pop sensation Rick Astley are set to reform. Reformations of pop wonder-groups is all the rage in the UK of late and it would seem that the members of Rick Astley are ready to cash in.

So where have they been for all these years? Well Rick's hair has gone on to have a relatively successful movie career co-starring with stars such as Clive Owen and Christian Bale in various Hollywood movies.

The legs, which many people considered to be the brains behind the groups success, has continued working in the music industry supporting acts such as Busted, McFly and the ill-fated One True Voice.

Ricks arms have fallen out of the limelight since the bands split and have recently been working as a roofing contractor.

But the question on everyone's lips is will the star of the show be involved in the re-group. Ricks ass has gone on to superstar status, selling 3 times as many records as the group as a whole, pulling 15 Brits awards and a grammy nomination. But success and fame has not brought ass the happiness associated with such accolades and ass is known to suffer with depression, self loathing and a less than healthy appetite for cocaine.

The rest of the group are still unaware's as to whether or not the ass will be returning for the documentary marking the return of the rest of the lad.

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