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Police said majority of 80,000-strong crowd were well behaved
The singer was forced to pull out of a string of performances after being diagnosed with appendicitis
Rolling stones guitarist Keith Richards has spoken of the moment the band witnessed a man being killed in the crowd in front of them, and how they kept on playing to “distract people”.
David Price has praised his hero Lennox Lewis as a "massive inspiration" after working with the former undisputed heavyweight champion ahead of Saturday's rematch with Tony Thompson.
"Who runs the world? Girls!" sings Beyoncé, the 21st century's answer to Germaine Greer. Last night girls did run the world, or at least 100 square feet of Twickenham Stadium.
Beyoncé is to perform a U-turn on her ban on professional photography for tonight’s star-studded charity show in Twickenham.
DJ Nick Grimshaw and chart stars Rizzle Kicks have been lined up to host a pair of new music shows for Channel 4.
Justin Bieber has been attacked by a male fan while performing on stage at a concert in Dubai.
Mick Jagger has said he will live a "dull" life in the months leading up to the Rolling Stones show in Hyde Park to make sure he is on top form for the outdoor gig.
A German official says Justin Bieber had to leave a monkey in quarantine after arriving in the country last week without the necessary papers for the animal.
West Ham have agreed a deal to move into London's Olympic Stadium, sources close to the process have confirmed.
Schoolboy Williams takes No 1 spot in world 200m rankings... and has a British passport
Classical music fans regularly complain that their enjoyment of concerts is ruined by the coughing and hacking of their fellow audience members. New research has suggested they have good cause to complain; people cough twice as much during a classical concert and what is more, many do it on purpose.
New boss of Universal Music issues clarion call urging musicians to engage with audiences
Intrusive applause can spoil a classical concert, leading conductors tell Simon O'Hagan
The cellist Matthew Barley is marking Britten's centenary with an unusual tour