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"If an artist has a problem with a photo we are of course happy to help them out," says Seitz."It doesn't bother me," says Fortune of the photo showing up on the tour site. Fortune was an unknown rock musician who had tried for years to get his career off the ground in Canada when he was chosen out of more than 50,000 applicants to appear on the TV show "Rock Star: INXS" in 2005 along with 14 other contestants.
He eventually won the coveted job to front the legendary band, whose charismatic frontman Michael Hutchence died in 1997.
Fortune wrote "Pretty Vegas," the band's first hit single in years as part of an assignment on the show.
As he reaches an emotional low point, Fortune finally opens up about his INXS days.
INXS Responds To 'Bizarre' Fortune Comments "The rumors that I was kicked out of INXS because I had a drug problem are so far from true," Fortune tells the camera at one point, insisting he's never been in rehab.
JD Fortune, who was unceremoniously dropped from INXS last August for yet another new singer, discovered his photo being used to sell tickets to the Australian institution's homeland tour, which begins this week.