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This Is What Blind Melon's 'Bee Girl' Looks Like Now

In 1992, Blind Melon released their most successful single ever, ‘No Rain’, pushing their self-titled debut album to number three on the US Billboard chart. That album’s artwork featured a photo of drummer Glenn Graham’s sister in a bee outfit, aged 10; for the video for ‘No Rain’, they sought a similar-looking girl to star, wearing a bee outfit, and the girl that was cast was Heather DeLoach. In the once ubiquitous clip, which you may remember very well indeed, she plays a glasses-wearing child who tap-dances in a bee outfit and later runs off to find her bee kin. She played the same character in the video for Weird Al Yankovic’s ‘Bedrock Anthem’. You can see her in both those clips below.

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Is Channel 4's Naked Attraction The Best Dating Show Ever – Or The Worst? Here's What The Internet Is Saying

“I am quite looking forward to seeing him with his clothes on”. So said the first contestant in Channel 4’s Naked Attraction, which puts six naked people in carefully windowed chambers for the viewing pleasure of one individual, who chooses who stays and who goes based on what they like and dislike about their bits – or, sometimes, 'stance'.

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‘Wildwood, NJ’ - Check Out One Of Lana Del Rey’s Favourite Films

Say what you like about her songs, but there’s no denying that [a]Lana Del Rey[/a] has damn good taste. She’s into Elvis, James Dean and [a]Father John Misty[/a] and she’s referenced everything from A Clockwork Orange to Lolita to the poetry of Walt Whitman in her lyrics. Basically she’s that moody girl in 6th form who always has a book in one hand and a mysterious black coffee in the other, despite the fact that the canteen only sells extremely milky tea. Proper skills.

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Meet Mac Sabbath, The Black Sabbath Tribute Band Heavier Than A Double Sausage & Egg McMuffin

You sometimes wonder: what came first, the concept or the name. In this case, surely, the answer is the former. Yes, hello, welcome, Mac Sabbath, to the annals of history of greatest novelty bands of all time. We’ve had the Metallica/Beatles mash-up Beatallica and Hatebeak, a death metal band fronted by Waldo the parrot. But we’ve never had a McDonald’s themed Black Sabbath band. Until now, that is, dear readers. Until now.

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