The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Jessie J has chatted about her bisexuality in a new interview, saying she things it is "harder" for men to be bisexual than women these day. However, she also said she was generally happy that her generation was more "easy going" when it came to sexuality then generations past were. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Liam Gallagher has reiterated his desire to never play Glastonbury again. The Beady Eye man said he is "never going there again" in reference to the Worthy Farm event, before complaining about the sound and celebrity liggers at the festival. He said: "The sound is shit and really quiet." Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Mick Jagger’s daughter Lizzie Jagger has stripped nude for the cover of Playboy. A six-page provocative pictorial with The Rolling Stones frontman's daughter is featured in the June issue of the magazine. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Arctic Monkeys have given clues as to which songs they may be playing at their Summer 2011 shows by making their live comeback in Stockholm and Oslo. In Stockholm the band played four new songs from their forthcoming fourth album 'Suck It And See' and in Oslo they played five songs from the album. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Limp Bizkit have revealed the unusual artwork for their upcoming new single 'Shotgun'. The track is taken from the group's new album 'Gold Cobra' out on June 27. Tweeting from his account, frontman Fred Durst replied to whether the leaked artwork was genuine, saying: "Looks pretty legit to me." Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Odd Future's Tyler, The Creator was arrested on May 10 in Los Angeles on a charge of disturbing the peace. The rapper was arrested after playing a live show at Westchester High School. The details of his offence were not revealed but was released in time to perform at the city's Troubadour club. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Adele's ex-boyfriend is supposedly cheekily claiming for a slice of the profits she made on her debut album '19' because he feels their doomed relationship was the inspiration for a number of tracks. She said: "He really thought he'd had some input into the creative process by being a prick." Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Pete Doherty has been warned he may face a private prosecution over his alleged involvement in the death of Mark Blanco. The 30-year-old fell to his death from a balcony at a party attended by Doherty and his minder in December 2006. Literary agent Paul Roundhill hosted the bash at his Whitechapel flat. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Ex-Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler has been chatting about how is "devastated" when he once caught sight of Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler's penis- because it was just so big. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Lady Gaga has revealed the artwork for her new track 'The Edge Of Glory' which she released on iTunes on May 9.The singer unveiled the image on her official Twitter page, Twitter.com/LadyGaga. She then tweeted: "Another shot before we kiss the other side. I'm on the edge of something final we call life." Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

'Winning', the much anticipated collaboration between Snoop Dogg and Charlie Sheen was released on May 10. The track, which is named after the actor's well known catchphrase, is available to download from iTunes now. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

REM's frontman Michael Stipe has said he tried to get Nirvana's Kurt Cobain to record a duet with him in order to "save his life". Stipe said he sent a plane ticket and driver to Cobain's home in Seattle to try and get him to come and record with him, but that the singer wouldn't leave his house. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Ian Brown is set to perform live before former Manchester United and England full-back Gary Neville's testimonial. Writing on his Twitter page, Neville wrote: "Big news! The legend that is Ian Brown is singing the teams out at my testimonial! Wow! Honour for me! This is the one!" Click here to read the full story.

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The red gates that inspired John Lennon to write The Beatles' 1967 song 'Strawberry Fields Forever' have been taken down and put into storage. The gates had stood on the Strawberry Field site since the Victorian era. They were recently put into storage at a secret location and been replaced with replicas. Click here to read the full story.

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Sufjan Stevens has revealed he suffered a breakdown while watching Wes Anderson's 2009 film Fantastic Mr Fox. The singer-songwriter opened up about the "mysterious and debilitating" illness which delayed work on his last album. He said the ailment left him feeling "like I was possessed".Click here to read the full story.

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Morrissey has revealed that his new studio album is 'ready'- but he still hasn't got a record label to release it on yet.The former Smiths singer suggested that his first new album since 2009 was in the bag and that he was getting a touch frustrated at not having sorted out how to get it in the shops. Click here to read the full story.

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The choreographer behind Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke's dancing in the band's 'Lotus Flower' video has hailed the singer as an "incredible dancer." Wayne McGregor said the performance was "absolutely choreographed".Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Carl Barat has said that there is "no future" for The Libertines with things standing as they are between him and Pete Doherty. He alluded to a bust-up with co-frontman Doherty and suggested that the pair's relationship is too damaged for more band commitments to take place.Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Quentin Tarantino is apparently looking to cast Lady Gaga in his next film. The Pulp Fiction director is keen to meet up with Gaga at the Cannes Film Festival, where the singer performed last night. Click here to read the full story.

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The week's most viewed news stories (14 May)

Noel Gallagher has apparently shot the music video for his new single in California. Cameraman Nito Serna tweeted that he was working on a video for the former Oasis man. He wrote: "Music video for Noel Gallagher...Epic camera, techno crane. Should be an interesting day." The tweet has since been removed. Click here to read the full story.

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