BAP-2014Come one, come all: here are your delicious BAPs.

  • Nicola Roberts has been having a lovely time working on the new Cheryl Cole album, thanks for asking. (Popjustice)
  • Miley Cyrus and ‘Entre el Amor y los Halagos’ hitmaker Ricky Martin have been added to the list of per­formers at the Billboard Music Awards. (Billboard)
  • Lana Del Rey’s video for ‘West Coast’ is now on the world wide web, properly this time. (Popjustice)
  • Katy Perry’s popped a picture of her wigs for the Prismatic tour online. (Instagram)
  • And here’s a fairly ridicu­lous remix of ‘Birthday’. (Idolator)
  • Monica Lewinsky has some grammar tips for Beyoncé re ‘Partition’. (Billboard)
  • Britney Spears is being sued by one of her dancers for allegedly breaking her nose. (That Grape Juice)
  • La Roux’s announced something and that thing is a new picture. (Twitter)
  • Miley Cyrus’ ‘gig’ in London last night was a fairly muted affair. (MTV)
  • Some old Kylie Minogue songs have leaked every­where. (Popjustice)
  • Eminem’s head­lining Wembley Stadium in July by the way. (Ace Showbiz)
  • Shakira’s video for ‘Dare (La La La)’ is now online. (Popjustice)
  • Unelusive chanteuse Emeli Sandé’s not happy with people being exploited on The Voice and The X Factor. (The Guardian)
  • Chvrches, Zedd and Gorgon City have all been added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist this week. (Twitter)
  • Lily Allen was asked if she was going to be the next Ellie Goulding by someone at US customs. (Twitter)
  • Also, it looks like ‘Sheezus’ — despite minimal promotion — will be Number One on Sunday. (Digital Spy)
  • A bit of MKS’ ‘Today’ is on the internet again. (Popjustice)
  • Ed Sheeran’s col­lab­or­ated with the Picasso of Pop Usher on a new song that may or may not be on the latter’s new album. (Digital Spy)
  • Yeah so appar­ently Real Cher is on the new Wu-Tang album. (The Fader)
  • There are quite a few good songs from the likes of Leon Else and Seinabo Sey in amongst this rabble. (Popjustice)
  • Ariana Grande’s ‘Problem’ has shifted 438,000 downloads in America in its first week to knock ‘Happy’ off the top of the download chart. (Billboard)

And for old time's sake…

What a song.