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The pop star and his ‘people’ made sure they threw fans a musical tit-bit before he handed himself in at a Toronto police station

Number one: X Factor star Jahmene Douglas

Mixed success for X Factor stars as Jahmene Douglas hits number one but One Direction lose out to Avicii

X Factor veterans had mixed fortunes at the top of the charts this week as Jahmene Douglas went straight in at number one with his debut album but One Direction lost out to all-conquering Avicii in the singles.

Brandon Flowers of The Killers, who headlined the final night of T in the Park

The Killers close T in the Park with Travis and Joy Division covers

The last day at Scotland's biggest music festival also saw sets from Frank Ocean and The Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Video: T in the Park artists

Watch the videos below to take in tracks from some of the artists at this year's T in the Park festival.

Album review: Jay Z, Magna Carta Holy Grail (Virgin EMI)

“Welcome to the magnum opus,” he insists and his 12th album is certainly magnum: 59 often leaden, mostly hubristic minutes to make that 1215 Grand Charter seem like light relief.

Video: Rihanna and Kings of Leon

Watch the videoes below to view hits from both Rihanna and the Kings of Leon whose gigs were reviewed this week.

Canadian teenage pop star Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber apologises for smoking cannabis...and searches for the future Mrs Bieber

‘Squeaky clean’ teen pop idol Justin Bieber has apologised for smoking cannabis on Saturday Night Live.

Cecil Womack: Half of the husband-and-wife duo known for their soul hits of the 1980s

Cecil Womack: Half of the husband-and-wife duo known for their soul hits of the 1980s

Bobby Womack admitted he'd had an affair with Linda; the brothers did not speak for years

Poll: The Mrs Carter Tour shows Beyonce uses her married name professionally, would you?

Beyonce has wisely chosen the day following her Super Bowl triumph to announce world tour dates for 2013, with UK dates in April and May. So far, so expected, but there is one surprise. She's called the tour "The Mrs. Carter Show", a reference to her 2008 marriage to Jay Z (aka Shawn Knowles-Carter; Jay Z is rumoured to have taken on Beyonce's surname 'Knowles' in 2009).

Mother Teresa by Kelvin Okafor

In pictures: Drawn to perfection - the pencil portraits

Do not adjust your screen: the above portraits are not the products of a camera but the steady hand and sharp pencil of a London artist with an astonishing eye for detail.

One To Watch: Angel, musician, 24

Hailed as the new face of British R&B by Radio 1, Sirach Charles (aka Angel) from London's Shepherd's Bush was writing and producing for Pixie Lott and Roll Deep before he was signed to Island Records.

James Franco is being sued by a former professor for 'disparaging and inaccurate public statements'

WATCH: James Franco leads the pack of Justin Bieber imitators

It's been a hard few weeks for multi-millionaire teen pop sensation Justin Bieber. First this crazy man with a tattoo of Bieber on his leg was foiled in a kidnap plot, then his Ferrari was involved in a tragic and fatal accident, and last week Bieber was caught smoking a dubious substance and forced to apologise to fans on Twitter - some of whom took their support for him to bizarre extremes.

Taylor Swift celebrates her three awards in an elegant cream and silver gown designed by J.Mendel at the MTV EMA last night

'Insecure' Taylor Swift triumphs at MTV Europe Music Awards

The "insecure" Taylor Swift triumphed at the MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs), picking up three gongs.

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.

Travel Challenge: A ‘twixmas’ break in Britain

Each week we ask three companies to offer us their best deal for specific break. Today: a post-Christmas break in the UK. Prices are per person, based on two sharing, for three nights' accommodation from 27 December.

1. Lace ball pendant shade, £36.98, B&Q. A cut-out lampshade diffuses the light and casts lacy shadows. 0845 609 6688, diy.com

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

1. Lace ball pendant shade

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