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Madge: `No more capes, cape fear is over'

Madonna opens up about dramatic Brit Awards fall

Madonna has said that she had a choice between being strangled or falling during her dramatic stage mishap at the Brit Awards last Wednesday night.

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  • What a week for Ed Sheeran! Watch! TEN's 60-second showbiz update

    If you're tight for time, here are the big showbiz stories for you in a minute (give or take 10 seconds). Ed Sheeran, Madonna, Operation Transformation and the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival feature today.

  • Beck - Tickets go on sale on Thursday, March 5 at 9.00am Beck added to Cork's Live at the Marquee bill

    Grammy award-winner and Kanye's NBF Beck is the latest addition to the line-up for this year's Live at the Marquee season in Cork. He plays the venue on June 16.

  • Kanye West Kanye gets tattoo to honour daughter North

    Kanye West has gotten two new tattoos to honour his late mother Donda West and his daughter North West - see them here!

  • You can catch the five hopefuls on The Late Late Show, Friday 27, RTÉ One from 9:35pm. Watch! Meet this year's Eurovision hopefuls

    Ten got the inside scoop on the acts competing to represent Ireland in this year's Eurovision. We caught up with the five Euro hopefuls at rehearsals for the Late Late Show, ahead of tonight's big sing-off. Click here to watch!

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  • Sleater Kinney - No Cities to Love

    Back after an eight-year hiatus, Sleater Kinney lash out a ferocious and powerful statement of intent on their comeback album

  • Eithne Ní Uallacháin: a deeply sensitive interpreter of songs from the Irish tradition Eithne Ní Uallacháin Bilingua

    Eithne Ní Ualllacháin's untimely passing in 1999 deprived this country of one of its finest singers. Her first solo album is a brilliant legacy.

  • Hamburg '72 runs the gamut from sensual balladry to free-form histrionics and everything in between. Jarrett Haden Motian Hamburg '72

    Pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian assembled at Hamburg's NDR Funkhaus on a summer's night in 1972 to perform a bold, highly explorative set, which is now the matter of a new album.

The Tubby Hayes Big Band - Rumpus
Rumpus is another in a series of archive Tubby Hayes recordings currently being issued.

Waterford guitar legend Louis Stewart features on this live recording from 1969 led by Tubby Hayes, the jazz band leader who played on the scores for the films, Alfie and The Italian Job.

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