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Prince overdose: No charges to be brought after 2016 overdose

No criminal charges will be brought after the death of pop star Prince from a fentanyl overdose almost two years ago.

Samurai mentality and being cool: Who said what - Kanye or Elon?

Kanye West has started publishing his own philosophy and Elon Musk has encouraged workers to walk out of boring meetings.

David Copperfield forced to reveal secret of vanishing trick as he is sued by British audience member

Magician David Copperfield has been forced to reveal the secret of one of his signature tricks after being sued by an injured British audience member.

Kanye West writes philosophy book 'in real time' on Twitter

Hip hop star Kanye West has broken his 11-month Twitter silence to write a philosophy book "in real time" in a bid to satisfy his "innate need to be expressive".

'A sweet man': Stars pay tribute to Dale Winton

Davina McCall has been leading tributes after the death of TV presenter Dale Winton.

TV presenter Dale Winton has died aged 62, agent confirms

TV host Dale Winton has died at the age of 62, the star's agent has said.

Sir Cliff Richard case: Reporter Dan Johnson 'guessed' singer's name in police probe

A BBC journalist who revealed Sir Cliff Richard's home was being searched by police has told how he guessed the singer was being investigated.

Suspected stalker arrested at Taylor Swift's home in Beverly Hills

A masked man has been arrested on suspicion of stalking outside Taylor Swift's home in Beverly Hills, police have said.

Ariana Grande teases new song ahead of Manchester attack anniversary

Pop star Ariana Grande has teased the release of her first new music since the Manchester Arena attack.

Billion people watch as Jessie J wins Chinese TV talent show

British pop singer Jessie J has won a Chinese TV talent show after dazzling millions of viewers with her rendition of Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You in the competition's final.

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