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Angelo is reportedly the name given by the 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker and Simon Konecki to their son after she's pictured wearing a necklace that spells out the name.
Waltz wins the Best Supporting Actor for 'Django Unchained', Adele bags the Best Original Song for 'Skyfall', while Mychael Danna snatches the Best Original Score for 'Life of Pi'.
Hugh Jackman, Benh Zeitlin, Ang Lee, Seth MacFarlane and Quvenzhane Wallis are among the other nominees who share their excitement upon learning that they will compete at the 2013 Academy Awards.
The 'Set Fire to the Rain' singer is set to attend the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards where she's nominated for Best Original Song for the 'Skyfall' soundtrack.
The Grammy Award-winning singer might perform in the Academy Award's special James Bond tribute.
Adele's '21' album and Gotye's 'Somebody That I Used to Know' single lead the 2012 annual tally.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' singer leads the publication's annual '30 Under 30' list of the brightest acts in the music industry.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker is Billboard's top artist for the second year in a row.
The British Singer has the highest-selling album for two years in a row, beating Taylor Swift's 'Red', while Jepsen's smash hit is the most downloaded song of 2012.
The sophomore effort from the English singer achieves the milestone in just under two years.
The Monster ringleader says, 'Adele is bigger than me, how come nobody says anything about it?' before praising the British singer for her high confidence.
The Bond theme singer and boyfriend Simon Konecki welcomed their first child on Friday but has not released an official statement.
Marking Adele's first song since releasing hit album '21', the ballad boasts lyrics that seem to match the dark theme of the upcoming James Bond film.
Co-written by the 'Rolling in the Deep' songstress herself and Paul Epworth, the soundtrack for the upcoming James Bond movie will debut in full on October 4.
The BBC Radio 1 presenter imitates Adele's pose in the front page of her sophomore set for the artwork of his second parody album.