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30 am by Andrea Simpson 0 comments Who doesn't like a good party? Well, E!'s taking the jet-setting lifestyle to another level with its new series Party On! making its TV debut next month. And this bash is going global with a few celebs
Jay-Z Tinie Tempah cried while watching a documentary on his own life...He told The Sun newspaper: ''It was while I watched a documentary about myself. I know that sounds a bit weird but it showed everything I have done so far and I found it a bit
Tinie Tempah says Lionel Richie warned him to never get married. The 'Pass Out' hitmaker has revealed the legendary singer once advised him to never tie the knot with a woman after his own two failed marriages to Brenda Harvey, which ended in 1993,
The Oscar winning singer, known for her high pitched, melodious tracks like "Rolling in the deep", wants to experiment with something new, reports dailystar.co.uk. "I know Adele really well and she was with me and (rapper) Labrinth in the studio when
The star who's famous for her soaring ballads and powerful love songs is trying out a new musical direction far removed from her frumpy ballad image. Adele's secret was let out of the bag by rapper Tinie Tempah , who was also in the studio along with
Louis Walsh getting £500,000 for autobiography & Tinie Tempah tells Luke Friend to keep it cool' X Factor 2013: Louis Walsh getting £500,000 for autobiography & Tinie Tempah tells Luke Friend to keep it cool' October 28th, 2013 by Lisa McGarry.
The 'Pass Out' hitmaker admits the 43-year-old rapper has been his role model since he was a youngster because he has set a good example for people of the younger generation, and has made business-savvy decisions, which has helped him achieve the
Tinie Tempah once had sex with a groupie while her mum waited outside the room. The 'Pass Out' rapper was shocked when a female fan's eager mother suggested she wait outside his dressing room while he got better acquainted with her daughter. He
And deliberately so. "I'm trying to make it about the music again," he explains. "It felt like I was starting to become a personality. People were starting to know me for lots of other things, which is cool, but I just want it to be about the music. "
After being christened by a series of Rod Stewart concerts, the Hydro Arena in Glasgow played host to the 2013 MOBO - Music of Black Origin - Awards. It was the third time the awards chose Glasgow as their home. MOBO founder Kanya King, Trevor