Burlesque - Another go at the no-clothes show

Can two new movies about burlesque strip away the tacky legacy left by the excruciating 'Showgirls'? Kaleem Aftab finds out

Hollywood publicist murder was random act by a lone petty thief

Police say gun used by suspect to shoot himself matches weapon that killed Ronni Chasen

Suspect in Hollywood murder shoots himself in front of police

Misfit told neighbour he gunned down publicist Ronni Chasen, but crime still a mystery

Hitman link to top Hollywood agent's murder

It was meticulously planned, and the person who pulled the trigger may very well have been a professional contract killer. Those are the sombre conclusions of police investigating the murder of Ronni Chasen, the veteran Hollywood publicist who was gunned down on her way home from a film premiere two weeks ago.

Robyn: 'I just want to be normal'

She spent her childhood travelling with her parents' avant-garde theatre troupe, and her teen years as a pop puppet – so is it any wonder that Sweden's most idiosyncratic pop star craves simplicity? Hugh Montgomery talks to Robyn about TV talent shows, youth gangs and Lady Gaga

Macy Gray: The soul survivor who refuses to compromise

Macy Gray tells Elisa Bray how female artists over 40 have to persevere, so much so that when a fifth album was rejected, she kept her nerve and released it herself

Album: Christina Aguilera, Bionic (RCA)

As Aggy returns to the diva fray, naysayers are suggesting that a certain other Warhol-loving exhibitionist has rendered her passé.

My Secret Life: Marian Keyes, author, 46

My parents were ... lovely people. Very much a product of post-independence Ireland; devout, hard-working, very big on their children getting an education.

Brain scans disaster at celebrity hospital

Patients given eight times the normal radiation dose

Album: Nelly Furtado, Mi Plan, (Polydor)

Like fellow Anglo-Latin crossover stars Shakira and Christina Aguilera, Furtado knows the value of keeping all her demographics happy.

The world's most expensive wedding singers

The Rolling Stones charge £5 million to perform at weddings.

Let's spend the wedding night together: Stones will play at your reception for £5m

They are a familiar sight at many a wedding party: ageing musicians who once harboured dreams of performing their own work belting out cover hits of timeless classics.

Herbie Hancock, Royal Festival Hall, London

Jazz's highest-profile keyboardist says he is interested in projects that could be "events, not just records". The flagship night of this year's London Jazz Festival certainly lives up to that hope, as Herbie Hancock ignores recent albums and unleashes his most vibrant group for years.

DVD: Shine a Light (12)

"Look at me – I'm shattered," sings Michael Philip Jagger two songs into this thrilling Rolling Stones concert documentary.

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People who hear voices in their heads are being encouraged to talk back
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Smash hit go under the hammer

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