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Aspiring singer Rodrigo Ruiz alleges that the 44-year-old star promised to help him further his music career if he sent her naked photos of himself with his demo CDs

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Steven Tyler wants American Idol pay rise

Steven Tyler has reportedly asked for a pay rise to stay on 'American Idol'.

Kelly Clarkson forms girl group

Kelly Clarkson has formed a girl group, Already Famous, with her backing singers.

Marc Anthony admits Jennifer Lopez split

Marc Anthony has confirmed he is a "single" man.

The Boss mourns his beloved saxophonist

Clarence Clemons, the saxophone player who helped propel Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band into global rock'n'roll dominance for three decades, died late on Saturday, a week after suffering a stroke. He was 69.

Jennifer Lopez envies life of twins

Jennifer Lopez's children have done more in their three years than she has in her whole life.

America's first Mormon president?

The Church of the Latter-day Saints is one of the fastest-growing and wealthiest religions in the world. But can the Mormons convince America to vote one of their number into the White House?

Scotty McCreery wins American Idol

Deep-voiced country singer Scotty McCreery won the tenth season of "American Idol yesterday, defeating rival Lauren Alaina who had been dubbed the front-runner by the show's judges heading into the night.

Cheryl Cole will judge US X Factor

Cheryl Cole has been confirmed as a judge on the US version of 'The X Factor'.

Leading article: The tale continues

Hey, hey, The Monkees are re-forming. Comebacks of 1960s pop legends are sometimes depressing affairs, done more for money than music. But this is one reunion that deserves to be welcomed because The Monkees have an important place in pop history.

Simon Cowell taught himself everything

Simon Cowell "didn't learn anything" at school.

Steven Tyler thinks idols need time to succeed

Steven Tyler doesn't think 'American Idol' is the best way to find new musical talent.

Sir Elton John brands modern songwriters 'pretty awful'

Music legend Sir Elton John has slammed today's songwriters as "pretty awful" and TV as "arse-paralysingly" boring.

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