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Adele among under-30s top earners

Someone Like You star Adele has made it into another exclusive chart - a top 10 of the highest-paid celebrities under the age of 30.

Adele was named songwriter of the year and said she had her critics to thank

Singer Adele’s baby ‘due in two months’

Despite announcing her pregnancy only two weeks ago the singer Adele is reportedly due to give birth in September.

Adele's wealth soared from £6m to £20m in 2011

Ed Sheeran and Adele take Ivor Novello Awards

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Adele's album has spent 23 weeks at number one since its release

Adele's album 21 overtakes sales of Michael Jackson's Thriller

Adele has sent more records tumbling after her album 21 outsold Michael Jackson's Thriller, becoming the fifth biggest-selling album of all time in the UK.

Adele's wealth soared from £6m to £20m in 2011

Adele leads Ivor Novello nominations

Adele's success looks set to continue as the singer-songwriter picked up a string of nominations for the Ivor Novello Awards.

Emeli Sandé, O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

After spending many years in the background, writing the lyrics for artists as diverse as Tinie Tempah and Cheryl Cole, tonight, on the final date of her UK tour, Emeli Sandé is basking in the limelight.

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Tour and greatest hits album sees Eighties star earn more than even golden girl Adele

Michael Kiwanuka says he feels lucky to have 'got his foot in the door' of the industry

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Voted the BBC's Sound of 2012, his breakthrough came with supporting Adele on tour. But the release of his first album is the real litmus test

Brit School music students rehearsing their latest project

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Florence Welch took the Best Solo Artist award

Florence Welch beats Adele in double NME award triumph

Adele’s run of award-winning success has finally been brought to an end after Florence + The Machine triumphed with a double win at the NME awards.

Sir Philip with daughter Chloe and Kate Moss

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