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Robbie Williams’ Comeback Single Is Mad, Rude, Offensive – And The Best Thing He’s Done In Years

The pop star we know as [a]Robbie Williams[/a] – the one whose £80 million contract with EMI was the biggest recording deal in history, and whose song 'Angels' is among the top 10 most-performed at funerals, was really a creation of two people: Williams, the frontman, and Guy Chambers, his co-writer – the ego and the engine. Williams owes his post-Take That success to a run of Chambers-penned mega-hits in the ‘90s and early ‘00s, including ‘Let Me Entertain You’, ‘Rock DJ’, ‘Feel’, ‘No Regrets’ and the aforementioned ‘Angels’. But as with any unequal partnership, there was friction between Williams and Chambers, and the pair fell out in 2002.

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'Star Wars': The Series' Most Underrated Characters

Over the course of seven films (so far) in the Star Wars franchise, there’s been a hell of a lot of characters bounding around the galaxy far, far away. With STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition announced to be taking over The O2 from November 18 right through to September 2017 (Priority Tickets go on sale on Wednesday), we’ve compiled some of the most underrated characters to inhabit that distant space world. Beware, some spoilers.

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Favouritism: The Only Tweets 'Liked' By Liam Gallagher, Arctic Monkeys, Kanye West, Thom Yorke & More

Some musicians, like Ariana Grande, hand out tens of thousands of Twitter likes, perhaps as a way of showing thanks to their fans; others, like Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke, don’t like any tweets at all. But there’s a strange strain of big-name musicians who have only ever liked one tweet, from [a]Kanye West[/a] to [a]Arctic Monkeys[/a]. Read into their choices what you will.

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