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Miley Cyrus' new video for 'Adore You' drops on Thursday and, if the teaser is anything to go by, it's as controversial as ever

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The pop star is back on usual controversial form in her latest music video

Ja Rule's denial comes years after he was publicly lambasted for making homophobic comments in an interview in 2007

Ja Rule forced to deny leaving wife for prison cell mate

The rapper's wife made the claims during an MTV documentary

Beyoncé is the most searched for celebrity on the internet. Find out who else appears in the Top 10, compiled by Bing.

Beyoncé beats Kim Kardashian as Bing's most searched for celebrity in 2013

The singer beats Miley, Rihanna and Kim Kardashian to be named the highest ranking star on the internet

Miley Cyrus, the former Disney starlet whose provocative videos earned her a rebuke from Sinead O’Connor, has topped both the UK Official Singles and Albums charts

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Miley Cyrus, the former Disney starlet whose provocative videos earned her a rebuke from Sinead O’Connor, has topped both the UK Official Singles and Albums charts.

Miley Cyrus Halloween costumes and slut-shaming

If one thing’s been made starkly evident by this whole debacle, it’s that Miley’s understanding of ‘sexy’ is flawed

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Vice Media sells 5% stake to Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox

The company have signed a $70m deal with 21st Century Fox

Nikhil Kumar: At last, Apple could be ready to start doing business the Chinese way

Apple’s share of the smartphone market in China is less than 5 per cent

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And the first big winner at this weekend’s Academy Awards is... Sacha Baron Cohen. The British comedian won’t be getting within a country mile of a golden statuette, of course, but that hasn’t prevented him from already managing to successfully hijack Sunday’s event for PR purposes.

D J Taylor: Bump up taxes...but not celebrities

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Kanye West wants to be godfather to Jay-Z's baby

Kanye West is confident he will be godfather to Beyonce Knowles' baby.

Is the show over for Beyoncé?

She always said she'd give up performing to have a family when she hit 30. Now she's 29 and pregnant. Rob Sharp reports

Love letter to pop for new era of music fans

We Love Pop is out to fill the gap left by the demise of magazines such as Smash Hits. Luke Blackall reports

Lady Gaga taking surfing lessons

Lady Gaga is having surfing lessons.

And all because the lady loves raw meat dresses

What do you do when your best frock begins to decompose? Call the celebrity taxidermist...Guy Adams recounts a lurid Hollywood tale

Video Star: 30 Years of MTV

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