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Singer will reveal venues from Lianne LaHavas' apartment

Stars come out for Amy Winehouse Foundation Ball

A host of music stars paid tribute to Amy Winehouse as they gathered in her memory to raise money for disadvantaged young people.

Duke Vin: 'Soundman' who brought sound systems to Britain

In 1955 Vincent "Duke Vin" Forbes launched the first Jamaican-style sound system on the British public; it was the prototype of the enormous sets of speakers on display each year at the Notting Hill carnival. "When I came here the people was backward – them didn't know what a sound system was," said Vin, who enjoyed a semi-mythological status in Britain's West Indian community.

What on earth is going on with Rihanna's 777 Tour?

Luke Blackall reports on streaking hacks, a missing star and near-anarchy

Album: Rihanna, Unapologetic (Mercury/Def Jam)

The fact that Rihanna has released seven studio albums in seven years does little to diminish the impression that if you flipped up her impassive panel of a face, you'd find circuit boards and wires.

Album: The Weeknd, Trilogy (Universal Republic)

The Weeknd is Abel Tesfaye, an Ethiopian-Canadian R&B singer whose debut triple-album comprises the three albums he made freely available throughout 2011, recorded with producers Doc McKinney and Illangelo.

Rihanna unveils duet with Chris Brown 'Nobodies Business' three years after assault

R&B star Rihanna unveiled a duet entitled "Nobodies Business" with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown on Tuesday, three years after Brown was charged with assaulting her.

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Play the lace card: Add some Victoriana drama with a frilling touch

1. Lace ball pendant shade

Chris Brown attends Rihanna's Halloween party dressed as an Islamic terrorist

Chris Brown cannot catch a break, can he? First his pop career is derailed for all of two minutes by a domestic violence charge and now his taste in bad-taste Halloween costumes is being questioned by the media. That media!

In an effort to keep birds away from their runway, airport bosses have taken to blasting out Turner's hits at high-volume from a van that drives around the grounds.

Not so silent wings: Tina Turner songs used to scare birds off the runway at Staverton airport

With over 50 years in the music business Anna Mae Bullock, or Tina Turner as she's known to most of us, has accolades, awards and hits aplenty; and now airport chiefs at Staverton, near Gloucester have handed her another.

Amy Winehouse's wedding dress, which was to be auctioned for charity, has been stolen from her home

Thieves steal Amy Winehouse's wedding dress in raid on her home

Amy Winehouse's wedding dress, which was to be auctioned for charity, has been stolen from her home.

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Ten songs X Factor would never have the balls for

X Factor's done power ballads - boy, have they done power ballads - they've done country, they've even gone a bit "urban" (we blame Tulisa for that one), but as Popbitch has correctly identified, there are some songs that even a man as evidently, um, self-confident, as Simon Cowell, would never have the hubris to attempt.

Callier, whose music had timeless appeal, on stage during the 40th Montreux Jazz Festival in 2006

Terry Callier: Songwriter and singer whose folk and soul blend influenced British artists

He said when working with Beth Orton that music cut across age and race barriers

The body: Wyclef, Wyclef, Wyclef, remember what we talked about? You were supposed to put the oil in the bike
The house: This looks like it was taken outside Jean's New Jersey home. We hope it has a gated drive to keep the, er, lust-crazed fans away
The bike: If there's one thing Jean loves more than himself it's his custom-made Ducati. USA! USA!

Celebrity: Looking a bit low on oil, Wyclef

This looks like it was taken outside Jean's New Jersey home. We hope it has a gated drive to keep the, er, lust-crazed fans away

Weltethos: CBSO and choruses, West, Seal, Gardner, Royal Festival Hall, London

Driven by religion plus a fascination with digitally-engineered sound, Jonathan Harvey has carved a most individual niche in contemporary music. His religion is of the mystical variety, drawing less on the Anglicanism of his youth than on the Buddhism he later embraced, finding expression in a series of ecstatic works.

Solange Knowle, the younger sister of Beyonce, performing 'Losing You'

Your new favourite song? ‘Losing You’ by Solange

It might require some pretty far out IVF advancements, but Matthew Knowles and Tina Knowles are going to have to produce some more offspring. For the good of humanity. All of the ones they've had so far have turned out marvellously.

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Blundering Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

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