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Selena Gomez blames her hospitalisation on eating too much junk food.

Adele cancels entire US tour as she battles laryngitis

Her powerful voice and bittersweet lyrics have helped to propel her to the top of the United States charts as one of the few British artists to crack America, but the strain of success showed yesterday after laryngitis forced Adele to cancel the remaining dates of her sell-out North American tour.

Justin Bieber snubbed by Rihanna

Justin Bieber was blocked by security when trying to talk to Rihanna at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.

Justin Bieber praises 'amazing' Selena

Justin Bieber thinks Selena Gomez is "amazing".

Justin Bieber vomits at Philippines show

Justin Bieber vomited during a live performance in the Philippines on Tuesday.

Teen charged with throwing eggs at Justin Bieber

A teenager has been charged with breaking into a Justin Bieber concert and throwing eggs at the Canadian pop star.

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