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Flight of the Conchords star Jemaine Clement has revealed he and Bret McKenzie are working on a new comedy for HBO.
The Arctic Monkeys and Sophie Ellis-Bextor were among the big winners at this year's AIM Awards in London.
Andre 3000 will retire because he thinks hip hop is a young man's game.
Graphic pictures showing Marion 'Suge' Knight's gunshot wounds have surfaced online.
Daniel Rutledge discusses The Illusionists 2.0, Queen with Adam Lambert and new video-on-demand options for New Zealanders.
Cee Lo Green temporarily deactivated his Twitter account after followers took aim at him for ill-advised rape comments.
Anastacia thinks Kim Kardashian and Kanye West should be spending their money on "helping the world".
Led Zeppelin have teamed up with British fashion designer Paul Smith to create a range of scarves inspired by their album artwork.
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan has hinted he plans to break up the band for good after finishing work on their new music.
He sang 'Eye of the Tiger' in Survivor, was behind the Baywatch theme tune and songs from The Karate Kid and Rocky IV - Jimi Jamison, rest in peace.
Kanye West confronted Jay Pharoah after his VMA joke, demanding the funnyman not "make light of his hard work".
Iggy Azalea turned down the chance to work with Ariana Grande on the singer's first album because she thought the former Victorious star was a child.
Lady Gaga has wrapped up the Australian leg of her ArtRave: The Artpop Ball tour and written to her Down Under monsters in thanks.
Willie Nelson is refusing to crack down on his marijuana intake because he can afford the fines.
Rockers Live are to release their first album in eight years with new singer Chris Shinn, and they're asking fans to help.
Blues legend Johnny Winter's final album will be a star-studded affair.
One Direction star Harry Styles' cousin is following the pop heart-throb by making a bid for fame on The X Factor.
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