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Justin Timberlake has bought a controlling stake in MySpace.

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He's recorded two wonderful solo albums, acted in an Oscar-winning movie, dated some of the world's most beautiful women and even founded his own clothing line, William Rast. Yes, Justin Timberlake is certainly one of my personal style icons. But even the best of us have fashion regrets, as he confessed ahead of the release of his new film, Friends with Benefits. "God, I feel I've gone to therapy just to erase some of them," Timberlake told Playboy.

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Justin Timberlake has been dumped from the cover of Vanity Fair and replaced by William and Kate.

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Lady Gaga once had a threesome.

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The librarian R&B superstar set to take Britain by storm

Americans have fallen in love with the Liverpool singer and now she is coming home. Kunal Dutta talks to her

Harriet Walker: Equality in relationships, as on the dancefloor, is an illusion

It's terribly unfashionable to say it, but women will never reach complete parity with men. How can we, when we still rely on them not to dump us and one day to pop the question?

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel split

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have ended their four-year relationship.

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Forget period dramas and fantasies, says Tim Walker – costume design for contemporary films is much harder to get right
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