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The first single from Lady Gaga's Artpop album was leaked last week in what the singer declared a "pop emergency". What followed was a rush-release of the track, "Applause", last Tuesday, and now the video has finally been revealed.
Where are you now and what can you see?
If you like to spend your free time laughing at mad, misspelt and hyperbolic comments on web forums, then Adam Buxton's brand of piss-take comedy for the YouTube generation will be right up your street.
'I love the virtuosity and imaginative chutzpah of Da Vinci's Demons'
While studying pictures of Mars sent back to Earth by the Curiosity rover, a Japanese alien-enthusiast spotted something between the endless plain of rocks spread out on the screen in front of him. Could it really be? Is that a… lizard?
Former test pilot will live and work on ISS for six months
A Soyuz space capsule carrying a three-man crew returning from a five-month mission to the International Space Station has landed safely on the steppes of Kazakhstan.
Neville Neville is a well-known former cricketer and sports agent
'Garfield's a cool cat. He'd play the saxophone really well...'
David Bowie's surprise and much talked-about comeback track looks set to miss out on a place in the singles chart.
Tony Visconti, who spent two years working with Bowie on impending album The Next Day, speaks of his surprise over the release of "Where are we now?"
He made his name(s) through constant self-reinvention; this fresh material, however, feels perilously close to a retread
Blur last night debuted two new tracks in a live performance from a balcony at a secret London location.
For the vinyl obsessive, camping outside one of the UK’s remaining independent record shops, today is the equivalent of Stella McCartney launching a limited edition high-street collection for fashion bargain-hunters.
A plaque to mark David Bowie's iconic creation, Ziggy Stardust, was unveiled yesterday by Gary Kemp of Spandau Ballet in Heddon Street, London.