The creator and main character of hit US show 'Girls' has spoken out about her aim to end body fascism and create realistic and honest TV.Read the full story ›
It may have seemed like a good idea at the time. But Rita Ora is probably wishing she hadn't bothered promoting her new single on Twitter.
The singer said she would release her new single on Monday - but only if she got 100,000 retweets.
That should be pretty easy for a woman with close to 4 million followers.
But no. The singer from West London only managed around 2,000 retweets. So she deleted it.
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London artists have missed out to a Scottish band for this year's Mercury music prize.
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Spandau Ballet will be at HMV in Oxford Street today to sign copies of their new documentary film and compilation album.
The band have sold over 25 million records, scored numerous multi-platinum albums and amassed 23 hit singles across the globe since their humble beginnings as a group of friends in the capital.
Entry to the event has been limited to 300 fans, who have already been given tickets.