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LMFAO follow Adele's domination by grabbing seven prizes, Coldplay trail behind them with four, and Lady GaGa, Casting Crowns and Jason Aldean get two each.
The festival's organizer says that facing 80,000 people on Pyramid Stage is a bit too daunting for the 'Rumour Has It' singer.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' singer dominates the winner list with two kudos including Songwriter of the Year, while Del Rey and Take That get one each.
Still dealing with his personal issue, House gets emotional as he treats a patient who claims to hear his deceased brother's voice in his head.
Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan celebrate the release of their debut album 'Hello' by premiering a video for their latest single.
In the reworked version of the 1998 single, the 'Wild Boy' rapper spits additional verses that tell about his struggle to achieve his goal.
The 'Rumour Has It' singer occupies the fifth place with her album '21', pushing the late King of Pop one spot lower to the sixth position.
Elise sings 'One and Only' and 'Let's Stay Together' in two separate performances, and says in another media appearance that whoever wins 'Idol' has to 'understand the responsibility of the title.'
The other nominees for the upcoming show include LMFAO, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Drake, Bruno Mars and Scotty McCreery.
In an image from the upcoming May 10 episode of The CW's show, both Stefan's older brother and Klaus' sister look terrified of something unseen.
Riri warns anyone who dares to criticize the 'Rumour Has It' singer, 'Honestly, if I find somebody who doesn't like Adele there will be trouble.'
The 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker also talks about her next studio album, saying that it will take a while since she always writes her own songs.
The other musicians who take home coveted prizes at the Canadian awards show include Feist, Michael Buble, Melanie Fiona and Hedley.
The 'Yeah!' hitmaker says, 'I have told a few people not to go and buy Adele's album because I don't want her to go and break my record.'
After debuting 'Kung Fu Panda' at the festival in 2008, DreamWorks Animation has planned to introduce 'Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted' at the prestigious event that will take place this May.