Three decades after its original release, the single re-enters the charts thanks to a social media campaign launched in response to David Silvester's remarks that the bad weather is a punishment for its gay marriage laws
A faded pop star and a cheesy power ballad is no way to end our run of 16 years without a Eurovision win
'We the people of the US feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture,' writes the petition's creator in a bid for the singer to have his green card revoked
The rapper has hit out at Universal, saying that she's 'tired of having to consult a group of old white guys about my black girl craft'
Ordinary fans believed to be among 22 defendants accused by musician of distributing recordings of his live performances
Robot men walk away with album and record of the year
Jay Z and Beyoncé have been named the most powerful people in the music industry by Billboard magazine, in its Power 100 list.
Like most deals that sound too good to be true, it was: in 1982, a 23-year-old music fan named Simon Parkes bought a south London landmark – then called the Brixton Astoria – for £1.
Where once our pop icons caused trouble in the same predictable ways - fights! drugs! - Bieber is putting a creative spin on being naughty. What will he think of next?
As Lorde decides not to give her fans a 'brand name', we look at bad fan names in music, from Callafans to Little Monsters