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"Right now, our focus is getting Iggy to the main draw at Wimbledon and the US Open," said coach Jun Toledo.
The dancer fell to the floor during Iggy's hit song, Black Widow, and there was major concern as their body started shaking uncontrollably.
Amy happily told Kristin (India de Beaufort) that Iggy appeared to be interested in  going out with her again.
An advanced screening of the film took place at the Detroit Institute of Arts, with Iggy Pop and film director Jim Jarmusch in attendance for a discussion with the sold-out crowd.
Between them Iggy and Shaun have a vast knowledge of the local football scene, and, of course, Dock AFC, which has been gained over many years with the club.
Iggy told TMZ: "I've only been single for three seconds.
Total Chaos is written by Jeff Gold who secured "candid, bare-all responses" from Iggy Pop, who reportedly describes "the alternately tragic and triumphant story of a group who rose from youth, fell prey to drugs, alcohol, and music biz realities, collapsed and nearly 30 years later reformed, recording and touring to great acclaim".
And the tracks reveal that Iggy, who also teamed up with Dead Weather's Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders, has been contemplating his own mortality.
Lyrically, Iggy is on form, ruminating on his own fame with the refrain, "I've nothing, but my name" on American Valhalla, while the foul-mouthed rant that closes the album would be an apt way for the 68-year-old to sign off from music entirely.
But luck was on Iggy's side and he was saved from a trip to the council crusher after being spotted by eagle-eyed binmen.
"There will be a new tour planned around Iggy's new record to be released in 2016 and we apologise for any inconvenience.'' Iggy took to Twitter to apologise for letting her fans down but promised to be back on the road next year.
And it's only fitting that such a notable figure in the music industry - 'godfather of punk' Iggy Pop - should give the lecture, as Peel was the first DJ to play Iggy as part of the Stooges on UK radio, introducing listeners to their track Little Doll.