Mindhole Blowers -- Holy Sh*t: Tyrion Lannister’s Grizzled Sellsword, Bronn, Used to Be a Huge and Hugely Lame Pop Star

By Josh Kurp | Think Pieces | April 16, 2012 | Comments ()

By Josh Kurp | Think Pieces | April 16, 2012 |

In fact, it was "Soldier Soldier," and that version of "Unchained Melody," that got the attention of Simon Cowell, who persuaded them to release the song as a single. It eventually appeared on their debut album, Robson & Jerome, which was also the biggest seller of 1995, besting even Oasis' monstrous (What's the Story) Morning Glory? They even met the queen (not Cersei)! Robson & Jerome released one further record, 1996's Take Two, before going their separate ways.

Here are some of their finest videos:

"Pretty Woman"

"Unchained Melody"

"I Believe"

"Love You Forever"

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