One Direction have made a video of themselves 'getting into shape' so they’ll be able to lift their Brit awards with relative ease should they win Best British Single. (The Sun) 'Hilarious' stuff, lads.
Nicola Roberts and Rihanna are collaborating on a TV talent show to find an aspiring fashion designer. Executive producer Rihanna "hand-picked" Nicola to present the ten-part series, and the winner will get to design Rihanna’s outfit for her Wireless performance in July. (Sky Living)
Florence & The Machine have managed to avoid any potential racist overtones in their latest video by making it an authentic concert performance of 'Lover To Lover'. (YouTube)
The Wanted seem to be having a good time in America, but have played down expectations for their live shows. (MTV) "Don't go expecting the perfect, polished, most beautiful set of things ever," notes Jay. "We sing our heads off and it gets sweaty".
They're gonna marinate the night: Lady Gaga’s parents’ Italian eatery is now officially open for business. (Billboard)
Out of all the Madonna Super Bowl rumours that have been flying around, the possibility of Cee-Lo Green taking the stage with her does seem the most likely. (Ace Showbiz)
Ke$ha recently saw a used tampon on a beach in LA, which made her realise how much she’d missed the place. (Twitter) Thanks for that, Ke$ha.
Little Mix sang 'Don’t Let Go' at The National Television Awards last night. (Daily Mail) Scroll down to see Jade ruining a nice Little-Mix-Tulisa-reunion-photo with her grumpy face.
And finally, New Jersey’s Rutgers University is offering a course called Politicizing Beyoncé, where the performer’s "music and career are used as lenses to explore American race, gender, and sexual politics". (Pop Crush) The university has warned that if the students misplace their preliminary course guide there will be no replacement, but have suggested that if they like they can put it in a ring binder.
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