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Elton John & Billy Joel – 1998

In a madcap interview Elton John and Billy Joel talk Oscars, A-list parties and arena shows. Plus they participate in a little nose hair plucking and are inducted into St Kilda Football Club with a strange knighthood ceremony.
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Boyz II Men – Silent Night

Boyz II Men give an impromptu performance of Silent Night on Hey Hey in 1994.
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Michael Jackson – 1996

The undisputed King of Pop, the late Michael Jackson discusses staying at the top of his game, the hysteria and controversy surrounding his life, his friendship with Stephen King and what he does to relax during his exclusive interview on Hey Hey in 1996.
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Bruce Springsteen – 1995

Bruce Springsteen chats to Molly Meldrum about the E Street Band, his career success, Academy Awards and Grammys, and the complexities of relationships in a world exclusive interview.
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Bon Jovi – 1995

Jon and Richie from rock 'n' roll super group Bon Jovi discuss their album These Days, their live performances and their relationship with their fans.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers – 1994

Rock legends Anthony and Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers sit down with Molly Meldrum to discuss the trials of making their album One Hot Minute.
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Janet Jackson – Part Episode 02 1995

In Part 2 of her interview on Hey Hey, Janet Jackson discusses her album Design of a Decade, chats about her two pet dogs, and meets and greets fans from the audience.
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Janet Jackson – Part Episode 01 1995

In Part 1 of her interview on Hey Hey, Janet Jackson talks about her ambition to direct her own music videos, her incredible clip for Runaway, reinventing her image and her role in Poetic Justice.
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Jason Donovan – 1992

Neighbours heartthrob Jason Donovan chats with Molly Meldrum about his first album, his recording process and his lifestyle... with a few minor interruptions.
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Rod Stewart – 1992

During his appearance on Hey Hey It's Saturday in 1992, Rod Stewart discussed his Australian tour, dealing with the press, getting naked in his back garden, his family, and dealing with career highs and lows.