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Winners in selected categories at the 56th annual Grammy Awards announced Sunday during ceremonies at the Nokia Theatre and Staples Center were as follows:

Rough Copy attend the premiere of Thor: The Dark World in Leicester Square

X Factor 2013: Luke Friend wins place in final as Rough Copy sent home

It's the end of the road for the Croydon group, who lost out to Luke Friend in the public vote

Kings of Leon have secured another number one album

Kings of Leon bag fourth UK number one album ahead of Drake

Jason Derulo holds off Katy Perry on the singles chart

Seatwave name new boss as ticket site turns a profit

Ticket resale website Seatwave today named the former chairman of Shazam as its new boss, as the company revealed it was in profit for the first time thanks to sell-out concerts like the Rolling Stones.

Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, left, and Thomas Bangalter of the duo Daft Punk

Daft Punk's Random Access Memories set to be fastest-selling album of 2013

The French duo have sold 104,000 copies in two days

The Shocking Miss Emerald goes straight to number one

Dutch jazz and pop singer Caro Emerald has gone straight to number one with her second album The Shocking Miss Emerald.

Keith Chegwin's disco moves triumph over Anthea Turner's in Dancing on Ice

TV presenter Anthea Turner has been expelled from Dancing on Ice in the skating show's school disco week.

Westlife singer Nicky Byrne slides off Strictly Come Dancing stage

Former Westlife singer Nicky Byrne became the latest star to slide off the Strictly Come Dancing stage but said the experience had been "so much fun".

Sir Paul McCartney to auction autographed Hofner 'violin' bass guitar for music therapy charity

Sir Paul McCartney will help raise thousands of pounds for charity when he auctions off one of his trademark bass guitars later this month.

U2 are world's highest paid musicians

U2 have been named the World's Highest Paid Musicians.

Russia's got talent: Meet Emin, Moscow's answer to Michael Bublé

He's a property mogul, heir to family billions – and a pop sensation.

Warner Music to be sold for £1.8bn

Two parties are battling it out to acquire Warner Music in a deal worth £1.8bn, which could be unveiled in days.

Michael Buble's home burgled during wedding

Michael Buble's home was broken into while he was getting married.

Emily Blunt has university regrets

Emily Blunt regrets not going to university.

Natalie Haynes: Good on Nick Park for doing his bit

One of the more gratifying daydreams I have is to wonder what would happen if there were some kind of mix-up at Broadcasting House, and I ended up in the Desert Island Discs studio talking about myself with Kirsty Young, instead of talking about the latest Jennifer Aniston film with Mark Lawson. Although, to be fair, I am also talking about myself when I go on Front Row. I just pretend I'm there to review the film.

2010: the year of the rock dinosaur

They are known for their growling and lizard-like skin but in rock, it seems, it pays to be a dinosaur. A new poll reveals music's biggest earners this year were practically prehistoric.

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