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However, the son of late star John Lennon, Sean, has come to the dance queen's defense, blasting the fans for being too 'uptight.'
The 40-year-old beauty has sparked speculation that she joins his actor husband at the Cannes Film Festival following the 'A Little Night Music' last-minute cancellation.
The 'Smile' hitmaker has been named the queen of the ceremony after taking home best song musically and lyricall, as well as most performed work honors.
'Like a Rolling Stone' from the rock singer wins over the band's 'Satisfaction' and many other hit singles on the chart compiled by a magazine.
Instead of using The Beatles' old songs for the soundtrack, Liam Gallagher revealed he will come up with new tracks.
The quirky new movie is based on Alan Goldsher's graphic novel and will be produced by filmmakers behind 'Pulp Fiction'.
The Oasis frontman announced that the film will follow the last days of the legendary band, sprinkling it with humor and affection.
The actress who died last week after years of battling cancer, was given a final respect in Connecticut by sister Vanessa and co-star Brendan Fraser among others.
The movie about The Beatles is based on the book 'The Longest Cocktail Party: An Insider's Diary of The Beatles, Their Million Dollar Apple Empire and Its Wild Rise and Fall'.
The lyrics sheet to 'A Day in the Life' is expected to sell for $700,000 in the auction which will be held in New York two months ahead.
The Girls Aloud's singer has succeeded to maintain her number one spot as U.K.'s most stylish star, beating out Victoria Adams, Rihanna and Blake Lively.
The 'Material Girl' has topped U.K.'s most played artist of the last decade list and is followed by The Beatles and Robbie Williams.
Beside revealing February 27, 2011 as the day when the 83rd annual Academy Awards will be kicked off, the Academy also unveils schedule for pre-Oscars events such as the nominations announcement.
The latest promotional videos introduce fans to the routine that they will do as the opening at sectionals.
Following the outrage from music fans and artists who are acquainted with Abbey Road, record label EMI has canceled plan for putting the recording studio on market.