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

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Ari Emanuel accuses music mogul Irving Azoff of being 'fundamentally a liar and selfish'

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Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane is currently receiving emergency treatment in hospital.

Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane treated for blood clot on his brain

British folk stars Mumford & Sons have been forced to postpone three upcoming shows after one of their number developed a clot on his brain.

X Factor-winning girl band Little Mix

Little Mix eclipse the Spice Girls with top five US debut DNA

X Factor winners Little Mix have become the first British girl group to debut in the US top five - beating even the Spice Girls.

Justin Bieber has denied claims he fathered a fan’s child, calling the paternity allegations “completely untrue”

Oh baby: Justin Bieber denies second paternity claim from fan

An unnamed 25-year-old woman alleges Bieber impregnated her during a one night stand

Justin Bieber is being investigated for reckless driving after being seen speeding in his white Ferrari

Follow that Ferrari: Justin Bieber 'chased' by ex-NFL player Keyshawn Johnson after alleged speeding in 25mph zone in LA

Justin Bieber is being investigated for alleged reckless driving, after witnesses claim the pop star was speeding in his white Ferrari in their gated community in Los Angeles.

Prince performing in September 2012

Prince signs new deal with record label Kobalt Music Group without giving up control over his rights

American singer Prince has signed a new deal with Kobalt Music Group to market and distribute his future work without giving up control over his rights, the company said on Monday.

Justin Bieber performing at the Billboard Music Awards 2013

You give pop a bad name: Justin Bieber's behaviour risks alienating fans warns Jon Bon Jovi

The 80s rocker has criticised the teenager for arriving late to the stage on tour

Taylor Swift won 8 of a possible 11 awards at the Billboard Music Awards 2013

Taylor Swift sweeps the Billboard Music Awards 2013 with 8 wins

Another day, another slice of world domination for Taylor Swift who swept the Billboard Music Awards.

Tim Lambesis, lead singer of As I Lay Dying

As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis denies plotting his wife's murder

Heavy metal singer Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying has pleaded not guilty to plotting the attempted murder of his wife.

British advertising spending reaches pre-recession levels

The British advertising market has bounced back to levels last seen before the 2007 credit crunch and is on course to keep growing strongly this year and next, boosting hopes that the UK economy is on the mend.

Advertising spending soars in new boost for economy

The British advertising market has bounced back to levels last seen before the 2007 credit crunch and is on course to keep growing strongly this year and next, boosting hopes that the UK economy is on the mend.

Christian metalcore band As I Lay Dying singer Tim Lambesis arrested 'for hiring ex-policeman to murder his wife'

The Grammy-nominated frontman of Christian metalcore band As I Lay Dying has been arrested on suspicion of hiring an ex-policeman to kill his wife.

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The most racist ad in history? Maybe - but for PepsiCo and Mountain Dew, it's priceless

It's far better for an ad to be loathed than sink without a trace

Nicki Minaj will perform at the Billboard Awards

Nicki Minaj, Chris Brownn and Lil Wayne to perform at Billboard awards

Nicki Minaj and her mentor, Lil Wayne, will join forces for a performance at the Billboard Music Awards, to be presented 19 May in Las Vegas.

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