Arts and Entertainment Sasheer Zamata made a low-key but notable debut on 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend as the first black female cast member since 2007

Sasheer Zamata made a low-key but notable debut on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend as the first black female cast member since 2007.

Grammy joy for Adele amid tributes to Whitney Houston

Adele made her long-awaited comeback as she took six gongs to become the biggest winner at the Grammy Awards - and dedicated one of the prizes to the doctors who saved her voice.

In Malcolm McDowell's charismatic thug Alex, the film had a horribly seductive anti-hero

A Clockwork Orange at 40

Kubrick's dystopian 1972 vision sparked both moral outrage and admiration. Jonathan Romney, and those involved, look back on a monument of modern cinema

Katy Perry supported by Rihanna

Katy Perry is being supported by Rihanna following the breakdown of her marriage. 

I want to be on that guest list: super-rich splash out on party entertainment for New Year

For the world's super-rich, nothing brings in the new year with a bigger pop than a guest list that includes some of the most expensive names in music.

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British songstress Adele has been given the perfect get well gift after being nominated for six Grammys at next year's awards.

Beyonce Knowles highest paid performer per minute

The 'Love on Top' singer topped a poll by social media website saucytime.com by earning £1.25 million for a five-song performance at a private New Year's Eve 2010 party on the island of St. Barts, equating to £71,040 for each minute she was on the stage.

Julie Burchill: Rihanna is the real thing

Keeping it real. Is there any modern phrase which so immediately makes one's Phoney Alarm go off big-time, with bells on? Sincerity has become very suspect over recent years, and with good reason – the search for authenticity has ruined more lives than crack, smack and sugar rolled together.

Mo Farah wins gold at World Championships

Mo Farah today struck gold in the 5,000 metres at the World Championships in Daegu, seven days after being pipped to victory in the 10,000m.

Ready To Wear: The best thing about Carnival is the costumes

By the time this is published, the Notting Hill Carnival will be in full swing and, oh, at this point, to be Rihanna, who looked so brilliant at the Crop Over Festival in Barbados at the beginning of this month. One could be forgiven for forgetting, if only for a moment, that the tiniest red and gold embroidered bikini, matching leg harnessing, fishnet tights and what might perhaps best be described as black hobnail boots are really a very good idea indeed.

Claudia Pritchard: Feminine 'perfection' is a cut too far

A false ideal of beauty is plain dangerous

First Night: V Festival, Hylands Park, Chelmsford

Rihanna treats festival to a different kind of girl power

Caught & Social: Rihanna parades a new outfit

Rihanna looked like it was just another day at the office as she dressed upfor the Kadooment Day Parade in her native Barbados.

Album: Paddy Milner, The Curious Case of Paddy Milner (Paddy Milner Music)

A pallid English blues pianist, rolling and tumbling through a suite of originals and covers (including Rihanna's "Disturbia"), multitracking his voice like a Dorset Beach Boy on a deserted pierhead with nowt but drums and New Orleans horns for company.

Album: Paddy Milner, The Curious Case Of... (Paddy Milner Music)

Piano whizz Paddy Milner can probably turn his hand to most modes, but on The Curious Case Of..., he sticks mostly to the area where blues meets jazz, with a clear leaning in the direction of New Orleans.

Rihanna becomes face of Emporio Armani

Rihanna is the new face of Emporio Armani.

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