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Model Abbey Clancy was among the victims of the Strictly theft on Saturday

Strictly Come Dancing contestants targeted by dressing room thieves

Phones, an iPad and jewellery were stolen during the Tower Ballroom show

Power in pop: Miley Cyrus at a recent red carpet event

Leave Miley and Lily alone! The shock new faces of feminism

Miley Cyrus and Lily Allen have provoked outrage and awe in equal measure, but the singers have kick-started a fresh debate about women and their place in the modern world

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March time: Jennifer Lawrence followed by Josh Hutcherson and Woody Harrelson in ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

The sound of teen angst: From The Hunger Games to How I Live Now

Top pop stars are finding adolescent movies are the way to a huge audience

Justin Bieber, here performing live in September 2013, left the stage early in Buenos Aires on Sunday

Justin Bieber leaves Buenos Aires concert early blaming food poisoning

The pop star tweeted a picture of himself lying in hospital with an IV drip

Question Time's David Dimbleby gets first tattoo aged 75

The broadcaster's 'beautifully done' new inking is a 'dream come true'

Album review: Lady Gaga, Artpop (Interscope Records)

What’s in a title? For Lady Gaga and her comeback, a fair bit: responses to her third album may well revolve around how her branding of it as a “reverse Warholian expedition” hits you.

The Bonus Track: Bronski Beat, Zoë Kravitz and Jake Bugg

A sideways look at the world of music

South Korean band Super Junior will deliver a guest lecture at the Oxford Union on Sunday

South Korea's One Direction: Super Junior's Wembley gig shows K-Pop is on the rise

Boyband Super Junior will address the Oxford Union on their UK visit

Miley Cyrus in the video for her new single 'Wrecking Ball'

Parents fear that 'toxic' music videos mean their children aspire to having casual sex

Eight out of ten children are repeating sexualised lyrics and copying provocative dance moves, according to a Netmums survey

Canadian pop star Justin Bieber performs as part of his 'Believe' world tour

Justin Bieber investigated by Brazilian police over graffiti in Rio de Janeiro

Police said they were looking into whether the pop star had broken Brazilian laws against the destruction of property

The Week in Radio: More torture than teenage kicks with the X Factor also-rans

"It's kind of kicking off," said Radio 1's Matt Edmondson, half an hour into his preamble to the annual Teen Awards that had already seemed to last for three days. "This is amazing, there are pop stars literally everywhere," panted his co-presenter Jameela Jamil, as if she had just clapped eyes on the Virgin Mary and not Jade from Little Mix.

Girls kissing their female friends for the cameras isn't shocking, and it certainly isn't interesting

Why is there even an expectation that images capturing girl-on-girl snog action would cause any offence?

The Bonus Track: Southern, 'No woman no drive' and James Blake

A sideways look at the world of music

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