An accountant has admitted defrauding almost £600,000 from a company set up by X Factor winner James Arthur.
The first BBC Proms Japan will take place next year.
Jada Pinkett Smith opened up on her mental health “collapse” during a discussion with the rapper Kid Cudi.
Arctic Monkeys have topped Q magazine’s best albums of the year list with their latest release.
Noel Gallagher has claimed his brother acts for his ego and does not care about Oasis fans who he abandoned “25 times in his career”.
America’s Got Talent star Courtney Hadwin has signed with Simon Cowell’s record label, months after narrowly losing out in the talent show’s final.
Ariana Grande has a battle on her hands in a bid to secure this year’s Christmas number one single.
CBeebies will return to the Proms in 2019 as the BBC seeks to promote “world-class real music” for younger audiences.
Broadcaster Moira Stuart has joined Classic FM as a new presenter.
Cardi B has urged people not to “bash” her estranged partner Offset after he crashed her show in Los Angeles.
Robbie Williams has been unveiled as a new global ambassador for WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers.
Melanie Brown has said she has been through “hell and back” but that she is grateful for Christmas this year.
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood has said he feels blessed with “natural energy” just like his children, as he prepares to tour America with his band in the new year.
The representation of young women working in the British music industry has increased by almost 10%, the results of a nationwide diversity survey suggest.
Ariana Grande has apologised to Kanye West after he accused her of using his mental health problems to promote her new record.
Former Pussycat Dolls singer Melody Thornton has wished Strictly Come Dancing finalist and ex-bandmate Ashley Roberts luck before the final.
Offset has begged for forgiveness from estranged wife Cardi B after she left him over his alleged infidelity.
Ariana Grande is one step closer to securing this year’s Christmas number one as her single Thank U, Next has scored another week in the top spot.
Spanish prosecutors have charged pop star Shakira with tax evasion, alleging she failed to pay more than 14.5 million euros (£13 million) between 2012 and 2014.
American rapper Pitbull has recorded a cover version of Toto’s classic rock ballad Africa, to the bemusement of hundreds of listeners online.
Paloma Faith has called for Theresa May to step down as Prime Minister, saying it would be the most “courageous” thing she could do.
Sir Paul McCartney and George Osborne were among the revellers at a party hosted by Sir Mick Jagger.
Kim Kardashian West has come to the defence of her husband Kanye West after he reignited his feud with Drake.
Grammy-winning jazz and pop singer Nancy Wilson has died aged 81.
Ariana Grande has released a new single titled Imagine.
Cardi B is the latest celebrity to take a musical tour of Los Angeles with James Corden for Carpool Karaoke.
Kanye West has reopened his feud with Drake.
Lady Gaga said she was “honoured” after picking up her latest award nominations for A Star Is Born.
Rapper Nas and reggae star Damian Marley are among the first headliners confirmed for a new music festival in Croydon.
Police are investigating a break-in at Sir Paul McCartney’s London home.
Adele, Stormzy and other stars have joined with Grenfell survivors to call on the Government to remove “dangerous cladding” from buildings.
A show celebrating the music of Tina Turner is to play at Aberdeen's Music Hall as part of its debut UK tour.