Gentle Bones and The Madden Brothers to team up?
It looks like local singer-songwriter Joel Tan, better known as Gentle Bones, could be working on an international collaboration.
On Sunday, Tan, 22, posted a picture of himself on Instagram with The Madden Brothers, the US pop rock duo made up of twins Joel and Benji Madden, on what appears to be the set of reality TV singing series The Voice Australia.
The duo, both 37, are judges on the show.
It started with a May 31 tweet from Joel that said: "@bonesgentle bro hit me on the DM pls!"
Tan declined to elaborate on their link, but told M: "Just flew down to Sydney to meet the twins!"
The Maddens, who are founding members of rock band Good Charlotte, run their own management company MDDN, which British singer Jessie J is signed with.
KEYS PREMIERES SHORT FILM ON REFUGEE CRISIS
US singer Alicia Keys released a new short film in conjunction with World Refugee Day on Monday.
In the 12-minute clip, called Let Me In, Keys plays a woman who, with her two children, flees a war-torn version of the US to Mexico for a better life.
The film also features the 35-year-old's new song Hallelujah.
Let Me In is available on her website and music streaming service Tidal. It was created for the We Are Here movement, which raises awareness of the refugee crisis.
DRAKE LOSES US$60K BET WITH FRENCH MONTANA
Canadian rapper Drake, 29, is said to have lost a US$60,000 (S$80,500) bet to US rapper French Montana over Game 7 of the NBA finals on Sunday.
The former did not side with basketball star Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, which took home the team's first-ever championship title in nearly 52 years, against the Golden State Warriors.
Montana, 31, took to Snapchat to gloat, saying: "Shout-out to my brother Drizzy Drake for that 60 bands, 'cuz you ain't believe in LeBron."
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