Justin Bieber has reportedly been caught on camera in a series of "compromising positions" with two strippers.
The 19-year-old singer was allegedly recorded on surveillance video in a lapdancing club in Queensland, Australia, last November and the raunchy footage features him "spanking" the bare butts of the women and
"pulling off their panties with his teeth", RadarOnline.com reports.
A still image from the 12-minute "crystal clear" video - which is said to be being shopped for sale to various media outlets for a "fortune" - shows the 'Beauty and a Beat' hitmaker wearing a baseball cap backwards with the two topless women, and a security guard can be seen standing near by.
A source told the website the singer is "in compromising positions and romping with two strippers during which he spanks their bum and pulls off their panties with his teeth".
The news comes days after Justin and his friend Khalil Sharieff were pictured each licking the nipples of a topless stripper at a recent party.
A source told TMZ that the woman - who was described as "old enough to be [Justin's] mother" - was hired to "perform" for the teenage star and his friends at a bash at a Los Angeles recording studio.
Lindsay Lohan's father is writing a tell-all book.
Michael Lohan - who had been trying to stop ex-wife Dina from releasing an autobiography of her own - has reportedly agreed a deal that allows his former spouse to go ahead with her literary project, ...
Peter Andre has named his baby daughter Amelia.
The 'Behind Closed Doors' hitmaker - who also has two children Junior, eight, and Princess Tiaamii, six, with ex-wife Katie Price - and fiancée Emily MacDonagh welcomed their first child into the world last month but had struggled to pick a moniker for the little girl.
After consulting with his older kids, the couple were able to come to a decision.
He wrote on Twitter today (03.02.14): "Ok FINALLY we have a name for our beaut of a baby girl. Ems, J , P and I have decided on Amelia :):):) So lovely fans, before you read it anywhere else, here it is. Love ya 🙂 (sic)"
Peter revealed at the weekend he and Emily had a shortlist of classic English names they were choosing from, and he admitted at the time Amelia was his preference.
He said: "We have four names. Maybe you can help me out actually.
"We had Rose. I love Rose because it's English and beautiful.
"Amelia, beautiful name. Elizabeth. Alexandra. So these are the four names that we've been throwing around.
"I love them because they are English and they are beautiful.
"Then three days ago Emily throws another spanner in the works and says, 'What about Poppy?' Poppy is a nice name. Then she threw in Isabella and I thought that's a nice name. So we're sort of in a bit of a pickle here."
However, the 40-year-old star also admitted he was planning to let medical student Emily make the final decision.
He said: "I've had two children, biological children, and this is her first, so I want her to be happy. My favourite is Amelia. I love that name but I want her to be happy. I love that name."
Taylor Swift was joined on stage by Sam Smith at London's O2 Arena this weekend.
The blonde beauty invited the Brits Critics' Choice Award winner to team up with her last night (02.02.14) in England's capital, where she has a set of dates lined up as part of her RED tour.
The pair performed 'Money on My Mind' - which is from Sam's upcoming album 'In The Lonely Hour' - and the song has become a "favourite" for Taylor.
She wrote on Twitter: "Tonight at the O2, @samsmithworld sang my new favorite song "Money On My Mind" and smashed it! You need this song/artist in your life! (sic)"
Sam thanked the "gorgeous" star and was thrilled to have been given the exciting opportunity.
He wrote on Twitter: "Thank you so much to the gorgeous @taylorswift13 for singing 'money on my mind' with me tonight at the O2!! (sic)"
Taylor kicked off her five-night residency in London on February 1 where she was joined by Ed Sheeran for a performance of 'Lego House' and is due to head to Berlin on February 7.
Prince and his band 3RDEYEGIRL release their new single 'PRETZELBODYLOGIC' today (03.01.14).
The surprise announcement from the 'Purple Rain' hitmaker and his all-female band follows the news they will head to London this week to perform at a number of "iconic venues".
Dates and ticket details are yet to be announced for the eagerly-anticipated gigs but the musician will host a press conference at in the living room of singer Lianne La Havas to kick off his 'Hit and Run' tour.
The 24-year-old singer met Prince last year during her tour of America and afterwards they jammed together at his Paisley Park Studios in Minneapolis.
3RDEYEGIRL, featuring guitarist Donna Grantis, bassist Ida Nielsen and drummer Hannah Ford Welton, are Prince's new multi-national all-girl rock trio.
The group's debut performance on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' early last year was followed by concerts in Montreux, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal, Amsterdam, and a number of US cities, including a multi-night residency at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut with Prince's larger New Power Generation band.
Between performances they spent time at Paisley Park where they recorded the album 'PLECTRUMELECTRUM', which will be released later this year.
The Rolling Stones feel too old to commit to long tours.
The veteran rockers are set to embark on a series of gigs as part of their '14 On Fire' tour in Asia and Australia later this month but drummer Charlie Watts admits they are trying to keep their tours short these days because of their "tender age".
The 72-year-old musician told The Australian.com: "We've done half of this one already.
"This is short compared to what we've done before, but it needs to be, I think, at our tender age.
"The thought of doing 50 shows, which was normal at one time for us to sign off on, that is quite daunting. Now we're doing that in little bits. If we don't do any more I'll be quite happy with that."
Charlie openly moaned about the thought of performing at iconic British festival Glastonbury last summer, but admits he had a blast reuniting with his bandmates - Mick Jagger
Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood.
He said: "That was wonderful, although you should have been there when I didn't like the idea of doing Glastonbury in all the mud and everything.
"We had three weekends in England in July where we had fantastic weather and the crowds were great and I had a really good time in both places. I've got to learn to shut up about things. That's typical of me."
The band will be joined on tour by special guest Mick Taylor, who was a member of the Rolling Stones from 1969 until 1974.
The Vamps have been named as the winners of MTV Brand New 2014.
The indie pop band feel "very lucky" after two months of campaigning for votes and beating off stiff competition from BRITs Critics' Choice Award winner Sam Smith to the coveted title.
Drummer Tristan Evans told MTV: "We're very lucky and we feel very humbled and honoured to win such an awesome competition we've been growing up with."
Among other nominees this year for MTV Brand New were - Ella Eyre, Elyar Fox, BANKS, Royal Blood, Joel Compass, Kwabs, George Ezra and unsigned winner Marie Naffah.
The Vamps - which also features Bradley Simpson, Connor Ball and James McVey - follow in the footsteps of Ebony Day, Conor Maynard and Justin Bieber who are previous MTV Brand New champions.
Bradley added: "A big thank you to all our fans who voted for us, you're all amazing. It's a bit weird winning it when we've all grown up and seen the artists who have won it so thank you very much."
The 'Wild Heart' hitmakers' increasingly large fan base - nicknamed the vampettes - helped their debut single 'Can We Dance' reach number two in the UK Official Singles Chart last year, however they have previously brushed off a rivalry with One Direction.
They said: "We don't look at any other bands as competition. There is a massive music industry [and] there is space for loads of different bands, so it's not a competition."
The Cure are set to release a new album.
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Kings of Leon will close this year's Isle of Wight Festival.
The 'Sex On Fire' rockers - brothers Caleb, Nathan, Jared Followill and cousin Matthew Followill - are returning to the event which they headlined in 2011, joining Red Hot Chili Peppers and Biffy Clyro, who are also topping the bill for the festival from June 12 to 15 at Seaclose Park in Newport.
The festival's promoter John Giddings said: "Three words define this year's headliners - rock the Wight.
"We have three unbelievable acts - Biffy Clyro, Red Hot Chili Peppers and closing Kings of Leon.
"The bill is truly eclectic, we have something for everyone, new and emerging talent mixed with established artists. The summer starts here."
Also taking to the stage during the weekend will be Dappy, boy band Lawson, From The Jam, featuring Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler and four-piece girl group Neon Jungle, along with MTV Brand New winners, The Vamps.
Other bands announced today (03.02.14) are Travis, Clean Bandit, The Specials, John Newman, LA duo Deap Vally, Nina Nesbitt and The Strypes,
Other acts already announced include Rudimental, Passenger, The 1975 and The Waterboys.
For tickets for the event, visit isleofwightfestival.com.
Blur drummer Dave Rowntree admits people still apologise for mentioning Oasis in front of him.
During his pre-recorded radio show on XFM, which will air on Thursday (06.02.14), the musician plays Oasis hit 'Stop Crying Your Heart' and introduces the track by revealing people still think he's "bitter" about the two bands' rivalry during the 1990s.
He tells listeners: "When people around me inadvertently mention something to do with Oasis, or to do with something to do with Oasis, they generally turn to me and apologise.
"So if they say: 'I remember when I bought 'Roll With It'', they go, 'Sorry Dave!' Or they say, 'I think the new Beady Eye single's quite good ... Sorry Dave!'. So clearly people think that I'm still bitter about the battle of Britpop."
Blur were locked in a constant chart battle with Oasis in the mid-1990s, which culminated in them releasing singles in the same week in 1995, with Blur's 'Country House' topping the chart above their rivals' track 'Roll With It'.
After a huge backstage argument between frontman Liam Gallagher and his guitarist brother Noel, Oasis split in 2009 and the siblings have barely spoken since, instead deciding to focus on separate careers with Beady Eye and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.
Meanwhile, Blur split in 2003 but reunited in 2008 and frontman Damon Albarn confirmed last summer that he will reunite with his bandmates - Dave, bassist Alex James and guitarist Graham Coxon - to record a new album following the release of his own solo LP this year.
Last week, The Who frontman Roger Daltrey hinted that he would like to try and get Oasis to reunite for a Teenage Cancer Trust gig next year.
He said: "Noel and Liam are brothers so it will all be alright. Don't worry. Blood is thicker than music...
"Could I bring them together for a Teenage Cancer Trust show? Ask me next year."
Miley Cyrus wants people to focus more on her singing.
The 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker insists she doesn't want to be known for her shock value and hopes people will remember her for her voice and not her raunchy dance moves.
She explained to the US version of OK! Magazine: "I'm more focused on people being excited about me as a singer rather than someone who shocks people.
"I want people to be like, 'She did some things that were crazy, but at the end of the day it was all about her voice'."
Miley made headlines last August after her controversial performance at the MTV Video Music Awards - during which she stripped down to a latex bikini and grinded against 'Blurred Lines' singer Robin Thicke.
But Miley is adamant the intentions behind her antics are positive and claims she's a feminist.
She added: "I know people make it seem like all I do is come out and shock people. That isn't what it is. I think what girls see is that there's a feminist energy there."
Meanwhile, the 21-year-old singer revealed she takes time out to relax in order curb her nerves before a show.
She explained: "If I get nervous I need to lock it down. I need to sit out, get my mind right and rest my voice ... I want it to be something that's worth going to see."