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Lionel Richie's been with us for a very long time, "and I will continue to do this for another hundred years!" he quips.

James Moore: Danish distraction is why G4S is still in a right old mess

Outlook: This can't be allowed to continue. It is time for regulators to get a handle on it

Tulisa Contostavlos startled the gossip community by making a film of explanation, saying she was devastated

Tulisa Contostavlos named world's sexiest woman

Tulisa Contostavlos has usurped Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Cheryl Cole to be named the world's sexiest woman.

First Night: Isle of Wight Festival, Seaclose Park, Newport

Pulp on form as festival season kicks off on the right notes

Clare Maguire is determined to dance to her own tunes

The leather-lunged voice of 2011 was signed after a record-label bidding war and packed off to work with pop's biggest names. But, she tells Chris Mugan, she wanted to make her own album

Pied Piper of Mischief leads the red tops on a merry dance

Chris Atkins tells Paul Bignell of his disciples' desire to continue planting fake stories

Pixie Lott, Roundhouse, London

There is no denying that Pixie Lott is a consummate pop star. She smiles! She sings! She waves! She has nice hair! But in such a competitive field, a pop star needs something altogether more important to succeed: good songs. And for Pixie Lott, tonight it becomes evident that these are severely lacking.

Album: Professor Green, Alive Till I'm Dead (Virgin)

If you've switched on the radio this summer, you'll already have heard Professor Green's utterly functionless, and funkless, cover of SOS Band's "Just Be Good to Me" which proves that "feat Lily Allen" is a caveat on a par with "may cause nausea".

Advertising: how did it influence this election?

Poster campaigns may have been overshadowed by new media, such as Twitter, and the televised debates

High-street stores hit the London catwalk

French Connection and New Look in push to make 'elitist' Fashion Week accessible to ordinary women

Party Of The Week: Stars sparkle at BRIT Awards Nominations Launch party

Former All Saints girls Nicole Appleton and Melanie Blatt sparkled at London's IndigO2 for Monday's BRIT Awards Nominations Launch party.

Full shortlists for Brit Awards 2010

The shortlists for the Brit Awards 2010 were unveiled at an event in London tonight.

Dress Code: Pixie Lott, Singer

What are you wearing right now?

I'm wearing a purple dress which is one of the costumes in the film I'm working on.

Jingle Bell Ball, O2 Arena, London

Teenage kicks most of the night
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Election 2015: Latest polling reveals Tories and Labour on course to win the same number of seats - with the SNP holding the balance of power

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