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The French electronica duo were photographed while going through security

Lorde and Disclosure have been confirmed to play at this year's Brit Awards 2014

Lorde and Disclosure to perform at Brit Awards 2014

The acts will join Arctic Monkeys, Bastille, Rudimental and Ellie Goulding

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From the (remaining) Beatles to Beyoncé, via Madonna and 33 marriages, this year's Grammys were a spectacle – and an almighty organisational job, as Gillian Orr discovers

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Grammys 2014: Beyonce and Jay Z open bizarre awards featuring Taylor Swift head-banging

Awards ceremony saw 33 couples get married as Beatles reunited on stage

Daft Punk's electronic-funk grooves have won big at the Grammys

Grammy Awards 2014: Daft Punk get lucky and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis win big

The French electronic duo won Album of the Year and three other awards

'Coinye West is dead. You win Kanye': Virtual currency creators shut down website

A virtual currency that declared itself inspired by Kanye West has shut down after the rapper filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against its creators.

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Daft Punk set to team up with Stevie Wonder at Grammy Awards 2014

The soul legend will perform with the dance duo at the event on 26 January

Alicia Keys to leave BlackBerry after just one year as 'creative director''

Singer cuts ties with the struggling smartphone-maker

Lawson: his first big gig was supporting the Jackson Five at the Michigan State Fair in 1969

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Leading session drummer who played with Jackson, Houston, Wonder, Clapton, Collins, Midler and Jarreau

West, who once referred to himself as the “number one rock star on the planet”, made the promise during the last leg of his Yeezus Tour

No more rants: Kanye West promises to take a vow of silence in 2014

West, who once referred to himself as the “number one rock star on the planet”, made the promise during the last leg of his Yeezus Tour

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Arise, Miss Adele Adkins MBE: singer honoured by Prince Charles

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