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Metallica’s Stranger Things sync came after “we started saying yes to everything”, says Lars Ulrich

How do you get Metallica to agree to have one of their songs synced in you TV show? Just ask, apparently. Or so says drummer Lars Ulrich. They’ll agree to any old nonsense.Earlier this year we heard from ‘Stranger Things’ music supervisor Nora Felder about the meticulous and protracted operation that was put in place to convince Kate Bush to allow ‘Running Up That Hill’ to be used in the latest series of the show.

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Heidi Klum drops baby plans with rock star husband Tom Kaulitz, 33, as model soon turns 50
Heidi is already a mum to, daughter Leni, 18, from her previous relationship with Flavio Briatore and her three children with ex-husband Seal - son Henry,17, son Johan, 16, and her youngest daughter Lou, who is 13.Leni has already started to follow in her mum’s footsteps as she posed alongside her in a photoshoot that caused controversy among fans.The teenager appeared alongside her fashion icon mum in a series of underwear pictures as a part of a campaign for Intimissimi last month.However, some fans on social media declared the shoot was "disturbing" as Heidi shared the images on Instagram.Some fans described the shoot as “icky” while one Twitter user tweeted: “Sexualizing your daughter the moment they turn legal is weird.”“I wouldn't model sexy lingerie with my mom,” another added.Leni promptly hit back at people branding her underwear shoot with mum Heidi “weird”, saying the pair had an “amazing time” shooting the campaign together.Speaking at her mum’s annual Halloween party, Leni told Page Six: “I just don’t look at it, honestly.“If I don’t look at it, I don’t have to pay any attention to it, so I just don’t know what is there.“I had an amazing day with my mom. I think the photos turned out great, and we had an amazing time.The model concluded: “I had an amazing day, an amazing shoot, it’s out, I love it.”SiriusXM host Howard Stern was one of the famous faces who voiced his thoughts on the campaign, which he blasted as “inappropriate”.He said on his show: “I looked at it and I thought, 'This is so f*****g' out of line.
Howard Stern compares Kanye West to Hitler after anti-semitic comments: ‘If he’s so mentally ill, why don’t they appoint a conservator?’
Howard Stern has become the latest star to condemn Kanye West after the rapper made allegedly anti-semitic comments, going as far as to compare him to dictator Adolf Hitler. West, 45, has sparked continuous outrage in recent weeks after wearing a White Lives Matter shirt alongside right-wing political pundit Candace Owens before branding Black Lives Matter as a ‘scam’. The Gold Digger rapper was then locked out of Twitter and had his Instagram posts restricted after allegedly sharing anti-semitic sentiments on both platforms. Despite backlash mounting, West originally doubled down on his comments and said he was ‘happy to have crossed a line’ as it sparked a conversation, but in a new interview with Piers Morgan, he has apologised for causing upset.Radio shock jock Stern, who is Jewish, has now shared his thoughts on the ongoing controversy and said he doesn’t believe West’s mental health issues – the rapper is diagnosed with bipolar disorder – should be an excuse for his antics. ‘I almost don’t want to give any energy to this Kanye West character,’ the presenter said on The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video‘I don’t know much about Kanye West.