EXCLUSIVE - Nickelback - Becoming The 'Most Hated Band In The World', Getting Bottled Off Stage In Portugal & Naked Jiu-Jitsu!
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We're honoured to be joined in person by Billboards “most successful rock band of the decade” - Nickelback all the way over from Canada via Los Angeles. The band have written some of the greatest rock songs in history including 'Rockstar' & 'How You Remind Me' and have sold over 50 million records worldwide. However, their vast success in the mid-2000's led to them being 'cancelled' and hated by millions around the world and memes abusing the band and their music became the most shared on the internet.  Today we uncover; the stories of how they became the most hated band in the world, what it was like being cancelled and abused, what it was like being attacked by bottles and rocks on stage in Portugal, their new film 'Hate To Love' which tells the story of their rise to fame and the bitter aftermath, misguided DFS adverts, naked Jiu-Jitsu, their favourite Nickelback memes, various conspiracies about other bands who wanted them to fail, a promise to come to Clapham and gig and much much more madness..... -------------- Please check out Freddy's new food podcast 'The Go-To Food Pod' where each week he's joined by a celebrity from the world of food as they discuss the guests careers highs and lows whilst also unpicking their go-to food food and drink preferences, locations and all in between.  LISTEN HERE - https://link.chtbl.com/Vg8g3qpb
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