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  • The Grammys literally happened last night. (Popjustice)
  • In other sort-of Grammy related news, Lana Del Rey’s ‘Once Upon A Dream’ premiered during one of the ad-breaks. (Popjustice)
  • Azealia Banks is begging her label to drop her. (Twitter)
  • Say Lou Lou are giving away a song (‘Better in The Dark’, to be precise) on iTunes. (iTunes)
  • The lyric video for Kylie’s ‘Into The Blue’ has appeared. (Popjustice)
  • In other Kylie album news, Pharrell and some other producers now have songs to their names (Popjustice Forum)
  • Just in case you were wondering, Elyar Fox doesn’t like Vegemite. (Twitter)
  • Ariana Grande is working with ‘musical math­em­atician’ Max Martin on her second album. (Popjustice)
  • Lorde and Disclosure might be following in the footsteps of Daniel and Natasha Bedingfield by col­lab­or­at­ing at The Brits. (Facebook)
  • The Saturdays’ next single is ‘Not Giving Up’, which is coin­cid­ent­ally their attitude to par­ti­cip­at­ing in reality TV. (Cosmopolitan)
  • Cedric Gervais is doing a remix of ‘Adore You’ by Miley Cyrus and he thinks he did “a great job on it.” (YouTube)
  • Bright Light Bright Light and Eurovision com­ment­ator Ana Matronic have covered ‘West End Girls’. (Soundcloud)
  • Jessie Ware’s ‘Devotion’ has gone Gold. (Twitter)
  • Angel Haze did a (rather shouty) cover of ‘Drunk In Love’ in the Live Lounge. (YouTube)
  • Clean Bandit are at Number 1. Cheese fanatics Neon Jungle are at 4. (Official Charts Company)
  • And finally, in more chart news, Ellie Goulding is back at Number One on the albums front. Sophie Ellis-Bextor is at four, which is not bad con­sid­er­ing. (Official Charts Company)

And just for old time's sake:

What a song.