Among the magazine’s least influential celebrities includes one of the most talked-about artists of the year in the U2 frontman.
He’s expected to make a full recovery, though when that’ll be is unknown.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for Bono. After the rear door of his plane flew off mid air, he was involved in a bicycling accident causing U2 to cancel their residency on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Meanwhile, U2 is planning U2-less videos of every track on their “Songs of Innocence” album.
When artists release albums, it’s always up for grabs in terms of public reception. Once the record is out, critics, fans, radio stations and more get their hands on it and immediately begin voicing their opinions. Some claim a record is “the best of all time,” while some feel that the artist has produced a dud. What you don’t often hear about, however, are the artists hating their own records.
Sinead O’Connor still will not be silenced, especially when it comes to her views on U2’s Songs of Innocence.
The frontman injured his hand after a fall in Central Park.
No one was injured, but Bono’s luggage may be somewhere in a field in Germany.
A potentially disastrous situation occurred yesterday as a rear door fell off of Bono’s plane mid-flight. According to CBS News, Bono was in flight from Dublin to Berlin on his private jet when the rear door of the plane came off at 8,000 feet as the plane was preparing to come in for landing.
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The legendary 1984 single is being updated with another cavalcade of music stars, including Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Chris Martin and more.