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Sister act: mirror image twins Louise (left) and Chistie Miller, who record under the name Millers Daughter

Mirror-image twins: One mind in two bodies

Musical sisters Louise and Christie Miller recently discovered they were mirror-image twins. Which might, they tell Nick Duerden, explain their almost psychic connection
Branching out: Henderson has ditched the cute vintage look she sported on The X Factor

The X Factor star Ella Henderson: 'I'm where I want to be, and I'll work hard to stay here'

Ella Henderson, 18, tells Nick Duerden that she won't be another Cowell-manufactured has-been

Ashley Roberts interview: What The Pussycat Dolls were really like

As Ashley Roberts goes solo, she lifts the lid on who got the cream in The Pussycat Dolls...

Rizzle Kicks interview: The Brighton boys are on a roll

Hits, film roles, TV presenting – Rizzle Kicks are a self-made duo with talents that go beyond the charts. Just don’t call them the new Ant & Dec

Going solo: Feeder songwriter Grant Nicholas’s debut album is suffused with regret

He says that he still feels lucky to be able to do what he loves, but that there is much about being in a band he hates

Smart art: a cerebral tattoo featured in the book 'Science Ink: Tattoos of the Science Obsessed' by Carl Zimmer

Scientists' tattoos: The formula for skin ink

A passion for their discipline has led many scientists to have a tattoo of a hard-won formula, or a dinosaur. Nick Duerden looks at a new book dedicated to the niche inky artworks

Junior masterchef: Luke Thomas at his restaurant, recently named the best in Berkshire

Luke Thomas's restaurant beat Heston Blumenthal's The Fat Duck to be named the best in Berkshire - and he's still just 20 years old

Thomas's first cookbook is packed with inspirational ideas. Nick Duerden speaks to a young man on the boil

Stromae: ‘Success is a gift and a handicap’

Stromae is Europe’s biggest pop star and his latest album is set to take him global – so why the frown? Nick Duerden finds out

Hodges (left in picture) says: 'Me and Dave have endured not only because we're great musicians, but because we know how to entertain'
Going to the dogfight: film-maker and opera director Penny Woolcock

Penny Woolcock: From pitbulls to prima donnas

Her latest gritty film project exposes the shady world of dog-fighting. So Penny Woolcock's other career – as an opera director – offers a welcome change, she tells Nick Duerden
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