» Kelly Clarkson's 'Stronger' album represents the first time she and her record company have really worked together. (Daily Star) How fortunate, then, that it is such a roaring success so far.
» There will be two covers for Rihanna's 'Talk That Talk' album. (Billboard)
» Adele, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga have all received quite a few nominations for the American Music Awards. (LA Times) Yet nothing for Sky Ferreira. Is this what they call 'civilisation'? Is it? IS IT?
» Joe Jonas feels that it's a good time to release his debut solo album. (MTV) He doesn't say it, but the popchart absence of The Actor Justin Timberlake must have helped.
» Professor Green thanks Lily Allen for having a chat with him in a lyric from his new album. (The Sun)
» Credibility Cardle's credibility claims are only enhanced on this photoshoot in which he sports stick-on tattoos. (Look)
» Beyonce's publicist has denied reports that she's sporting a fake baby bump, calling them "stupid, ridiculous and false." (ABC News) So that's that sorted out.
» The ever modest Ne-Yo has called his new album 'The Cracks In Mr Perfect'. (That Grape Juice)
» Jake Shears is not a fan of the work of Danish auteur Lars Von Trier. (Twitter)
» And finally in laboriously-shoehorned, means-nothing-in-the-real-world, Metro-friendly survey news, Cheryl Cole is the person most Brits would like to sit next to on a transatlantic flight. (Comparecarhire) We don't much fancy the idea of sharing overhead lockerspace with her though, she fight fight fight fight fights for her luggage.
And THAT WAS some of THE NEWS.