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The singer, who released his first album in his 60s, cancelled tour dates just two weeks ago.
Two exhibitions hope to make household names once more of the London artists who all but disappeared in the late 1930s.
The Bridget Jones actor is now a dual British-Italian citizen, because of "the uncertainty around".
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Take a look at some of the week's biggest stories in the world of arts and entertainment.
The painting of the Duke of Buckingham was previously thought to be a later copy.
Acts sign up for a special gig in memory of the singer, who killed himself in July.
This is what we spotted at the recording of the 25th birthday episode of Later... With Jools Holland.
The former Oasis singer denies accusing his brother of faking tears at Manchester Arena.
The partnership is "deeply concerning", says MP after fans are turned away from a Foo Fighters show.
His debut album Process leaps from 152 to number seven after winning the Mercury Music Prize.
Greg James and A.Dot will host a new, weekly music show on BBC One, live from Television Centre.
The Bake Off presenter says it was "sad news" to hear of the death of her fellow 15 to 1 host.
The indie band discuss tour riders, panic attacks and why Craig David should be prime minister.
Reality Check has looked at what statistics can tell you about who might win the Strictly glitter ball
The Oscar-winning actress talks about treatment for panic attacks and being an "anxious child".
Previous winners of one of poetry's most prestigious prizes include Ted Hughes and Carol Ann Duffy.
There was an error in size pricing at his LA gig which meant some fans had to pay more.
KJ Apa, who plays Archie in the show, was in a collision last week after working a 14-hour day on set.
The streaming giant removes one of its cartoons after a viewer claims it shows a drawing of a penis.
A new "evil" version of Sabrina the Teenage Witch is being made by the CW Network.
The NFL star turned actor, poet and painter appeared with Sir Sean Connery in Never Say Never Again.
The paintings of the artist's younger lover have not been displayed together since 1932.
One of the works, the Liverpool Rat mural, failed to sell at a London auction in 2014.
Musician Laura Mvula reveals her plans for Idris Elba in Four Things You Don't Know About Me
Craig Revel Horwood is juggling judging Strictly Come Dancing with a West End role.
From the vault: Forward Prize winner Sinéad Morrissey recites her poem The Millihelen on The Arts Show.
The theatre company is selling off more than 10,000 items of clothing worn by actors over the decades.
How transgender dancer Lucy Fizz is challenging society's view of the LGBT community.
We spoke with Rihanna about the response to her new beauty brand Fenty Beauty.
The on-screen props and chair were among the 500-piece collection from a anonymous seller.
Hundreds of the Hollywood actor's personal items are on display at Christie's ahead of an auction.
Alicia Vikander seems to be the victim of dodgy Photoshop in the poster for her new Tomb Raider film.
Mary Russell, a black woman with dwarfism, set off on a 900-mile journey through Vietnam with five other disabled people but quickly learned they were far from like-minded.
As London Fashion Week nears its close, take a look at the stories behind the clothes.
The star of Bat Out of Hell was one of the main winners at the first ever Stage Debut Awards.
After inventing the modern stadium pop show, the singer says she's "exploring" smaller, low-key gigs.