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Coachella 2014 Lineup Announced — Outkast, Lorde & More

We’re so excited! On Jan. 8, the official lineups were announced for 2014′s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Vestival — and it’s full of some of the best artists ever.

HollywoodLife.com already told you that Outkast was reportedly planning to reunite at 2014′s Coachella, but now it’s official! It will be the first time in seven years that the band hits the stage — and their joined by some extremely talented artists including Lorde, Lana Del Ray, Arcade Fire and Muse!

Coachella 2014 Lineup Announced

Alright, we won’t make you wait any longer. Below is the full list of who you can expect to see at Coachella in April. We suggest you go buy your tickets now, as they’re quickly disappearing!

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Outkast, the Knife, the Replacements, Broken Bells, Zedd, Girl Talk, Ellie Goulding, Chromeo, Haim, Neko Case, AFI, Martin Garrix, Bonobo, Bryan Ferry, the Glitch Mob,
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Strictly Come Dancing final song list, dance styles revealed

BBC One has confirmed the song choices and dance styles for this weekend's Strictly Come Dancing grand final.

Abbey Clancy, Susanna Reid, Natalie Gumede and Sophie Ellis-Bextor are the four female finalists battling it out to win the Glitterball Trophy this Saturday (December 21).

In the first ever all-woman lineup, each couple will initially perform two routines in a bid to win the eleventh series of the show - a former dance picked by the judges and then a showdance.

One couple will then be eliminated from the competition, and the remaining three finalists will go on to dance their favourite routine from the series.

The songs and dance styles in full are as follows:

Abbey Clancy and Aljaz Skorjanec - Waltz to 'Kissing You' by Des'ree (judges' choice); 'Sweet Child o' Mine' by Guns N' Roses (showdance); Quickstep to Katrina and the Waves' 'Walking on Sunshine' (couples' favourite).

Sophie Ellis-Bextor
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'Strictly Come Dancing' week two song list and dance styles revealed

BBC One has revealed the song list and dance styles for Strictly Come Dancing's second week.

This weekend will see the first couple eliminated from this year's competition, following last week's first round of performances.

All 15 dance partners will perform on Saturday's live show, which will be broadcast at 6.20pm on BBC One.

Daft Punk, Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars will be among the artists whose songs will be featured on this week's show.

Abbey Clancy and Aljaž Skorjanec were voted Digital Spy's favourite couple after the first live show last week.

The full song list and dance styles are as follows:

Ashley and Ola - American Smooth to 'Beyond the Sea' in the style of Robbie Williams

Abbey and Aljaz - Cha Cha to 'Let's Get Loud' by Jennifer Lopez

Patrick and Anya - Tango to 'Beat It' by Michael Jackson

Rachel and Pasha - Salsa
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Meet Britain's Answer To The Beastie Boys

Okay, so new-on-the-scene Too Many T’s are a fair way off the Beastie Boys’ 40-million-albums-sold mark – for starters, their first Ep isn’t even out yet.

But the popularity of this English rap duo is soaring, rapidly.

And it’s no wonder, because they certainly have the swagger, verbal dexterity and fun-factor of the legendary American group.

It's a rap: Too Many T's' Standaloft (left) and Leon Rhymes

The Huffington Post UK witnessed London-based Leon Rhymes (real surname Smith), 29, and Standaloft (first-name Ross), 25, at Cheltenham’s Wychwood Festival this summer, entertaining a crowd with mesmeric rapping gymnastics, brilliant banter and demonstrating big-star stage charisma.

Since then, they’ve been championed by DJ Rob da Bank and have barely paused for breath between gigs up and down the country, including an appearance at Bestival in the Isle of Wight.

Luckily, we managed to pin them down in a boozer in Camberwell,
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