Although the phenomenon originated in Japan, virtual idols are now stealing airtime in China, appearing at concerts, TV shows, billboards and even news programmes.
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The British band's refusal to tour shows the music industry is starting to take sustainability seriously,
The internationally acclaimed teen popstar has announced that her 2020 world tour will be eco-friendly.
The pair are launching the range to celebrate the launch of Swift's new album.
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We're hoping the new collection will inspire the singer's young fan base to learn more about sustainable fashion.
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Publisher Random House confirmed Monday that "The Beautiful Ones" will combine Prince's unfinished manuscript with rare photos, scrapbooks and lyrics.
Maruv was selected by a public vote on Saturday to sing at the contest in Israel in May but she refused contractual obligations requiring her not to perform in Russia.
This Dutch band is doing its best to prevent Brexit — and doing so in a musical way. The Breunion Boys, who launched their first single 'Britain Come Back' in December, write songs with the hope of preventing Brexit.
US singer Chris Brown has been released from custody in Paris. The rapper was detained earlier after a woman filed a rape complaint, according to police officials.
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Musicians Bono and The Edge busked in Dublin on Christmas Eve, asking people to donate to a homeless charity.
The band's creator told Euronews the Breunion Boys plan to tour the UK soon to have a conversation with both Leavers and Remainers about the "special relationship the European Union provides".