Whichever one you take, we’re looking forward to meeting our fellow rock fans.Speaking to Miriam O'Callaghan on Irish station RTE Radio 1 recently, Geldof said that he "half-expected" his daughter's death."Part of me kind of half-expected [it with] Peaches, to be honest with you - the way she was carrying on, there's nothing you can do about it". Speaking to BBC's Phil William's, Bob said: "It amazed me the impact this kid had on her generation, I'm not quite sure why either, but she was super bright, that was one of the problems unfortunately, a frantic mind, bouncing off her own internal walls, could never be still, which is of course why why you look for something to sedate you I suppose.Since her shows went off the air, Erin has had problems with substance abuse and has not really worked any kind of job.Now, her mother-in-law has kicked Erin out of the trailer and Erin has been forced to try and find places to stay, but has no place to live.We never meant to make a circus of ourselves," he said."It's just that - look at her mum, look at her dad.If we were both grocers or bakers, no doubt they were going to grow up in the bakery business. When you have someone who says "Oh, you're Peaches Dad, she's great", that's very cool.We all go to the gym but we’re not obsessed with having a beautiful body. Michael certainly seems to have no problem adoring himself in the mirror but, despite being chart-topping pop stars with thousand of adoring fans, some of the lads reveal that they have suffered from serious body image issues."When I was at school I was teased about being heavy and I have to admit it did upset me," he says."Then I realised I had a body built for rugby so did that."When my rugby career was over, I lost a lot of weight dropping from 18st to 15st."Then in Collabro I put the weight back on and when we did the Royal Variety performance people said, ‘Oh he’s gotten fatter since BGT’."I made a conscious effort to get healthy again,' he adds."Not for vain reasons, if you’re on stage every night, you just don’t want to eat crap, otherwise you’ll end up getting run down.
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"If you are confident in yourself, and you accept what you were born with, then that makes you sexy."The saucy shoot is first national British gay magazine Attitude, and openly gay band member Jamie reveals that he didn't even feel confident enough in his own body to start dating when he started university."I have to admit I had body dismorphia when I was at uni," he says."I was big as a teenager and I would look in the mirror and not see what was looking back at me.
I felt very alone and was very self-conscious and my self-esteem collapsed. I ate just enough to live off but it wasn’t healthy.
In no other city will you find so much rock heritage in such a concentrated area – its been a magnet for rockers from Liverpool to Los Angeles, Manchester to Melbourne, Stockholm to Sao Paulo, Dublin to Detroit and Trenchtown to Toronto.
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after an inquest found she had overdosed on high-strength heroin when she died in April this year. F*** off."She captioned the photo: "Sums it up nicely about how I'm feeling about the viciousness today.