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The official Russian army choir has sung its own version of Adele's Skyfall, the theme tune to the last James Bond film, live on Russian TV.
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Although The Times (£) quotes Adele's PR team as denying the rumours the party, expected on 17th January next year, is already being tipped as "the biggest gig of 2014."
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British singer Adele, who is nominated in the Best Original Song category for Skyfall, has arrived at the Oscars ceremony in Hollywood.
Adele made her acceptance speech for Best British Single from Los Angeles, where she is currently rehearsing for the Oscars.
The singer joked about being cut off during her Best Album acceptance speech at last year's Brit Awards.
Adele has won Best British Single for her Bond theme Skyfall at the Brits.
She wasn't there to receive her award, but in a video she made a joke at the expense of last year's awards when her Best Album acceptance speech was cut short.
"Thank you so much for this Brit Award, sorry I can't be with you tonight. I'm in LA rehearsing for the Oscars.
"I won't keep you too long because I don't want to interrupt the Best Album speech at the end of the night....but, I love you all", the singer said.
Adele's Skyfall - which is the theme tune for the latest Bond film -has won best British single at the Brit Awards.
Adele has set the record straight after a picture that appeared to show her shouting at the singer Chris Brown at the Grammy awards, sparked a media frenzy.
Chris Brown and I were complimenting each other in that photo actually!
It had been reported that Adele criticised Brown after he refused to join in a standing ovation for fellow artist Frank Ocean at Sunday's ceremony.
Ocean and Brown reportedly had an altercation at a recording studio in Los Angeles, three weeks ago.
A Ukrainian journalist, who was arrested after attempting to upstage Adele at the Grammys, says his stunt was spontaneous and he hopes it doesn't hurt his chances to remain in Los Angeles.
TV journalist Vitalii Sediuk says he accepts responsibility for entering the show without a ticket, but that he hopes the incident has exposed some security lapses.
The 24-year-old was arrested on Sunday after briefly taking the microphone before Adele accepted her Grammy on the show's telecast. He was shooed away by presenter Jennifer Lopez and later released by police.
He says he had to get creative to report from the show because he didn't have media credentials.
Sediuk has gained notoriety for being slapped by Will Smith after trying to kiss the actor on a red carpet last year.