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She ‘twerked’, stripped on stage and repeatedly licked her lips, but Miley Cyrus’ VMA appearance is just one of the many outrageous moments to emerge from the show.

Movie review: Hit So Hard starring Courtney Love, Patty Schemel

P David Ebersole, 103mins, NC

Kurt Cobain of Nirvana in 1993

Nevermind the legacy... it's Nirvana: The Musical

One fact to arise from the ongoing trial between Britney Spears and her creepy ex-manager, Sam Lufti, is that there could be a Nirvana: The Musical show in the works.

Singer Pip Brown, otherwise known as Ladyhawke

Ladyhawke: Asperger's and the anxious pop sensation

The synth pop songstress tells Elisa Bray that her new album reflects a struggle to reconcile success and syndrome

Clockwise from top left: Fiona Apple; Alanis Morissette; Shirley Manson; Liz Phair

Trending: They don't make rock chicks like they did in the '90s

Many of today's female singers simper about boys and clothes, says Gillian Orr. Thank goodness the original rebel-rousers are back

Lee Paton and pheasants at his studio in Islington

The latest accessory for fashionistas: a stuffed animal

Inspired by a surge in interest in taxidermy, Genevieve Roberts learns to stuff a mouse called Derek... to wear as a brooch

Album: Simone Felice, Simone Felice (Reveal)

Having himself suffered considerable setbacks in his 20-something years, Simone Felice should be well placed to track the threads of tragedy in his briefly sketched narratives about characters like the lost girlfriend "Stormy-Eyed Sarah", the doomed "Dawn Brady's Son", and the sexual predator cruising for a deserved bruising in "Hey Bobby Ray".

Terence Blacker: Vicky Pryce and the curse of shared pain

Social Studies: The best way to avoid being seen as a victim is to keep quiet

Online defamation court cases double in the space of a year

The number of court cases brought by people who say they have been defamed online has more than doubled in a year, as social networks become prime ground for the spread of defamatory information.

Platinum hair: A whiter shade of pale

Platinum hair is a new model favourite. Harriet Walker tries the stark shade for herself

A meeting of minds on the Bosphorus

Istancool brings stars from across the globe together in intimate salon style. It's the future of festivals, says Harriet Walker

Diary: Courtney loves the British press

When one runs into a fellow vacationer abroad, talk naturally turns to home. So it was that at last weekend's "Istancool" cultural festival in Istanbul, I found myself hobnobbing with Courtney Love, who told me how much she adored the British tabloids.

Ed Norton - A dark star with plenty of fight left in him

Marvel may have dumped him as Hulk but now Ed Norton is back to his best, slugging it out opposite Robert De Niro, finds Matt Mueller

Godspeed: The new smell of teen spirit

Godspeed, a graphic novel about Kurt Cobain, is being reissued in pocket-sized format, introducing this very modern hero to a different generation

Twitter libel suit costs Courtney Love £265,000

Ranting in 140 characters has cost Courtney Love $430,000 (£265,000) after she was accused of libelling a fashion designer on Twitter.

Twitter rants cost Courtney Love £264,000

Courtney Love's 140 character Twitter rants against a fashion designer are costing her more than £264,000, a lawyer said today.

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Gallipoli centenary: At dawn, the young remember the young who perished in one of the First World War's bloodiest battles

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A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
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