Michael Jackson took advice from Simon Webbe for songs
Singer Simon Webbe from the boy band Blue, says that the late King of Pop Michael Jackson asked him for advice on knowing when to finish writing a song.
Reportedly, Webbe feels it was 'weird' for such an iconic performer to seek help from him.
Michael asked, 'When do you know when a song's finished?' Weird him asking my advice, but it was very special," Webbe said.
The group found working on 'Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word' with Elton a dream come true and will always value the advice he gave them.
Lee Ryan said: "As a kid I used to pray I'd sing with Elton John. It was a big ask, but it happened."
Bandmate Duncan James added: "He advised us to forget the fancy dance moves. He said we were in a different class to the other boybands and gave us all a gold pendant with our initials."
Fourth member Antony Costa's favourite memory of the 'All Rise' hitmakers' hey day was meeting his idol George Michael, and he admits he was left heartbroken by the 'Careless Whisper' hitmaker's passing last December.
He told Britain's HELLO! magazine: "The songs take me back there. Like the time we appeared on 'Top of the Pops' in 2004 and I bumped into my all-time hero, George Michael, who called me his 'fellow North London Greek boy'.
"It has broken my heart that he has left us but I'm so glad I managed to meet him."