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The Chicago music festival that will run for three days starting July 31 will also feature Charli XCX, FKA Twigs, and The Weeknd among others.
The Grammy Award-winning artist reveals how he lost 14 pounds in 14 days.
The two singers, who re-recorded the 'In the Lonely Hour' song as the official Red Nose Day 2015 single, reunited to sing it live for the first time during 'Comic Relief - Face the Funny' event.
The show, which was supposed to take place at Milan's Alcatraz Club on Monday night, March 9, has been rescheduled for June.
The British singer, who won four awards at the Grammys earlier this month, has yet to receive any of his trophies.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star and her husband pose together with Taylor and Sam after she suffered a selfie fail with co-hosts Ant and Dec onstage at the 2015 BRIT Awards.
The two British singers are pitted against each other in two categories including Best Cover Song and Woodie's Artist of the Year.
'We've spoken about going into the studio before and I think it's quite likely going to happen over the next year,' Nathan was quoted as claiming.
Beck edges out other Album of the Year contenders including Beyonce and Ed Sheeran while Smith takes home four awards including Song of the Year for his hit 'Stay With Me'.
The British singer wins Best New Artist and Pop Vocal Album Awards for his 'In the Lonely Hour' album while the super producer takes home Best Pop Solo Performance for 'Happy'.
The winners list also includes John Legend (Outstanding Music Video for 'You and I'), Alicia Keys (Outstanding Song for 'We Are Here') and Aretha Franklin (Outstanding Album for 'Great Diva').
The openly gay British superstar explains that the beautiful visuals shows his dream that gay men and women all over the world can get married one day.
Smith and Azalea collect five nominations each, being followed by Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande who receive four each.
The 'I Won't Back Down' rocker praises the 'Stay With Me' hitmaker for doing the right thing by sharing the royalties and songwriting credits.
The British singer, who covers the latest edition of Rolling Stone, says in an interview with the magazine that 'constant comparisons' to the 'Someone Like You' hitmaker may 'piss her off.'