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Singer will reveal venues from Lianne LaHavas' apartment

Rihanna, left, and Liz Jones

Insults: Liz Jones vs Rihanna - an ugly war of words

Liz on Rihanna

A young Amy outside her nan's flat in Southgate

What really killed Amy Winehouse was the eating disorder bulimia, her brother Alex claims

The singer's elder brother says years of suffering from an eating disorder left Amy 'weaker and more susceptible'

Amy Winehouse poses for photos at her home in Camden, London

A rare chance to explore Amy Winehouse’s Jewish family roots

Amy Winehouse’s battered black suitcase is crammed with photos of her family and friends. There is the red jumper she wore as her Sylvia Young School uniform with her name label, as well as her record collection, passes for gigs and her first guitar. These are just a few of the intimate objects on show at Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait at London’s Jewish Museum in Camden, where Winehouse lived, that have been lovingly put together by her brother Alex and his wife Riva, just two years since she died in 2011.

Robin Thicke's video for 'Blurred Lines' has been criticised for condoning rape

Robin Thicke's number one single 'Blurred Lines' accused of reinforcing rape myths

It might currently be topping the UK singles charts, but R&B artist Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” has been criticised by a UK rape charity and online commentators for trivialising sexual violence, objectifying women and "reinforcing rape myths".

Some like it hot: Rihanna's crotch gets top billing at the Millennium Stadium

Music review: Rihanna's raunchy Millennium Stadium show in Cardiff fails to hit the thigh notes

Forget pyrotechnics, dancers and crazy hydaulics - Rihanna's Diamonds tour is essentially one long celebration of her lady-parts

Dressing table: The best lip glosses

Beauty rules dictate that strong eyes call for a subtle lip, and as bright shadows tend to come into their own in the summer, it makes sense that now is perhaps the time to step away from the matte lipstick.

Kelis has recently signed to producer Dave Sitek's label

Caught in the Net: New moves from art-rock's top brass

Well-regarded art-rock group These New Puritans return with their third album, Field of Reeds, on 10 June. The four-piece, from Southend-on-Sea but based in London, recently offered up the first taste from the album in the shape of “Fragment Two”, a moody and stately piano-led affair. Look out, too, for the lovely, mournful horn section that calls to mind the work of jazz composer Terence Blanchard. Hear it at snd.sc/10avO5T. The song also comes as a free download straight out of the gate if you pre-order the full LP on iTunes.

Solange has confirmed she will put out a full-length LP later this year

The Playlist: Solange; Holy Ghost!; Katy B

The songs that are hot on our playlist this week

Audio: Caught in the Net

Listen to the tracks mentioned in Caught in the Net below:

Audio: Caught in the Net

Listen to the tracks mentioned in Caught in the Net below:

In 2007, 'Back to Black' by Amy Winehouse was top of the charts - the year that Tony Blair departed

Any Winehouse's cultural icon status confirmed by Jewish Museum exhibition and bronze statue

Amy Winehouse's status as a cultural icon looks set to be canonised as plans to install a life-sized statue of the "Back to Black" singer in her native Camden are approved by the local council in the same week the Jewish Museum announces an exhibition dedicated to her.

The Child Of Lov, The Child Of Lov (Double Six)

Album review: The Child Of Lov, The Child Of Lov (Double Six)

The Child Of Lov is Cole Williams, a reclusive bedroom soundscaper flushed into the open courtesy of this debut album, which marries disjointed beats with hoarse, high soul vocals.

Nicki Minaj will perform at the Billboard Awards

Nicki Minaj, Chris Brownn and Lil Wayne to perform at Billboard awards

Nicki Minaj and her mentor, Lil Wayne, will join forces for a performance at the Billboard Music Awards, to be presented 19 May in Las Vegas.

Brian Laws: Scunthorpe's relegation has a horrible taste

Scunthorpe had their relegation to League Two confirmed, even though they beat sixth-placed Swindon 3-1.

Senna Director Asif Kapadia has confirmed he is developing a film about the late Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse documentary featuring unseen footage of the singer to be made by Senna director

A documentary about the life of Amy Winehouse is being developed by the director of Senna, it has been confirmed.

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America: Land of the free, home of the political dynasty

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A graphic history of US civil rights – in comic book form

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Winston Churchill: the enigma of a British hero

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Growing mussels: Precious freshwater shellfish are thriving in a unique green project

Growing mussels

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Diana Krall: The jazz singer on being friends with Elton John, outer space and skiing in Dubai

Diana Krall interview

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Pinstriped for action: A glimpse of what the very rich man will be wearing this winter

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Russell T Davies & Ben Cook: 'Our friendship flourished online. You can share some very revelatory moments at four in the morning…'

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