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The "insecure" Taylor Swift triumphed at the MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs), picking up three gongs.
Chart superstars One Direction are to collect the prize for the best UK and Ireland act at next month's MTV European Music Awards.
A host of celebrities arrived at Wembley today to be adored by thousands of teenagers.
It's 30 years since MTV launched and in its three decades, it’s changed the way we think about – as well as watch – music. Gillian Orr charts its greatest hits
The notorious outbursts of Chicago's second-most famous son offend presidents and peers alike. But with his latest album hailed as a modern masterpiece, it's no wonder he gets away with it.
She's the all-American country-pop superstar whose idea of letting rip is baking cookies. But, with a straight-talking new album and her 21st birthday imminent, is Taylor Swift about to reopen an old war of words with Kanye West?
As musical feuds go, it wasn't exactly Oasis versus Blur – but the resolution that came last night was a big moment nonetheless. Twelve months after the rapper Kanye West visited mortification upon the music industry by insulting its youthful superstar Taylor Swift at 2009's MTV Video Music Awards, the country singer used this year's ceremony to sing a song of forgiveness – and, to everyone's relief, Kanye smiled.
Making friends on Twitter can often be a thankless task.
Kanye West apologised for yet another outburst at the MTV Video Music Awards, this time directed at country-pop sweetheart Taylor Swift. The disruption upstaged not just Swift's awards speech, but the entire evening, including an emotional tribute to Michael Jackson.
Country's squeaky clean new queen
"Islands in the Stream," a Comic Relief reworking of the 1980s Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers hit, went straight in at number one on the singles charts yesterday.
Nashville is making yet another attempt to conquer the UK charts with artists who have crossed over so far they are virtually mainstream. Nick Hasted assesses their chances