Arts and Entertainment Boy band One Direction have their Twittersphere in the palm of their hands

The British boy band beat Eminem, Katy Perry and Justin Timberlake

Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull are collaborating the the World Cup 2014 song,

World Cup 2014: Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull and Claudia Leitte team up for official song

"We Are One (Ole Ola)" will debut at the opening ceremony in Sao Paulo in June

The Wanted have announced time apart after their world tour later this year

The Wanted split up: Boy band announce break

The boy band have announced they are taking time apart after their tour

Frozen becomes highest-grossing Disney animated film of all time

The success of the film's soundtrack has been key

The red carpet trend: Jumpsuits galore for spring

From fashion life, to real life, the jumpsuit is here to stay. <b>Linda Sharkey</b> chooses the best styles to suit every body and budget

Even bizarre low-crotch trousers are not enough to secure Bieber a UK Top 40 result

Justin Bieber flops as new album Journals fails to crack UK Top 40

The pop star entered at number 46 following an unconventional sales tactic

Phil and Don Everly perform together

Oh brother, we'll miss you: The pop world mourns Phil Everly, who has died aged 74

Along with elder sibling Don, he was one half of a lasting legacy

Dr Fox said doctors and nurses were partly responsible for incidences of poor care, referring to the Stafford Hospital scandal

Liam Fox calls for end to ring-fencing of finances for 'wasteful NHS'

Former Shadow Health Secretary, Dr Liam Fox, says an obsession with targets and spending was 'killing patients'

Bruce Springsteen's 18th studio album appeared on Amazon for a few hours on Saturday

Bruce Springsteen album appears on Amazon by mistake two weeks ahead of release date

High Hopes was made available for download for a few hours on Saturday

Beyonce guerrilla released an entire new album on iTunes

Beyonce reveals she recorded 80 songs for her recent surprise album

The singer was forced to cut scores of content from her fifth studio album

Teigen then acts distressed and cries out “Help!” while the pair enact a fight.

Chrissy Teigen’s bad taste Xmas message shows husband John Legend holding her throat

The uncomfortable festive message shows Teigen beginning to say, “Merry Christmas”, before Legend seizes her neck in a prank

Egypt: Five injured in Cairo bomb blast amid new wave of violence

The homemade bomb detonated as a public bus passed by and a second was found secured to an advertising billboard

That awkward moment when… You accidently confuse a real-life, living person with the Hollywood chap 20 years his junior that played him in a movie once.

Billboard confuses Nelson Mandela for Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman

New Delhi cloth merchant Chandrashekhar, who paid for the board out of his own pocket, said he didn’t know how the problem occurred

Ray Price celebrates his 86th birthday by performing in Bullard Texas

Country singer Ray Price dies aged 87

The singer died at his Texas ranch after undergoing treatment for cancer

Conservation bodies believe the legal ivory market in China is providing cover for illegal trade from Africa. They estimate that 37,000 African elephants are killed by poachers every year

Hong Kong’s ‘legal’ ivory trade thrives on folk beliefs and China’s rising wealth

“Millions of people who are getting into the middle class want to have a piece of ivory”

Pharrell Williams has already featured on the two big hits of the summer

Five great 2013 albums Pharrell Williams does not appear on

So Pharrell has 2013 firmly in his back-pocket. He's up for 7 Grammys in total - one for 'Producer of the Year', two for 'Album of the Year' (on Kendrick Lamar's 'Good Kid, M.A.A.D city' and Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories') and a further two for 'Record of the Year' - the ubiquitous 'Get Lucky' and controversial dance-floor filler 'Blurred Lines'.

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