ADELE apologised for swearing after she restarted her musical tribute to George Michael at the Grammys.

The British singer, who struggled with sound problems during her Grammy performance last year, took to the stage to sing a slowed down version of Michael’s single Fast Love.

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But mid-way through the performance, Adele swore and asked the band to play the song again.

BAFTA winner Emma Stone said she was juggling the effects of “cold medicine and incredible excitement” after scoring the leading actress award for La La Land.

Emma, who is now the presumptive frontrunner to take home the Oscar for her performance as an aspiring actress in the whimsical musical, defeated Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Emily Blunt and Natalie Portman.

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Speaking backstage after the ceremony, she said: “I feel very overwhelmed and the jitters are incredible. It’s a crazy shaky feeling, that might be cold medicine as well but its cold medicine and incredible excitement, I’m so honoured.”

DAVID Bowie has won a posthumous Grammy for his last release Blackstar.

The British musician, who died after a cancer battle in January 2016 aged 69, won the award for best engineered non-classical album.

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The award was announced during a non-televised ceremony ahead of the main show at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.

MEMBERS of George Michael’s family say they want a full investigation into how a 999 call made after his death was apparently leaked.

A statement issued by solicitors acting on their behalf said his loved ones are “truly appalled” that the audio recording was made public.

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The former Wham! frontman’s partner Fadi Fawaz said he found the star dead when he arrived to wake him at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, ahead of a Christmas Day lunch.

EASTENDERS actress June Brown said she does not want to retire because she thinks that stopping working is what “kills you”.

June, who turns 90 in mid-February, has been a fixture of the BBC soap as Dot Cotton – now Dot Branning – since the programme’s inception in 1985.

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She has become a British cultural icon, having won several awards during her decades-long career, as well as being awarded an MBE in 2008 for her services to drama and charity.

SIR Bradley Wiggins has pulled out of winter sports show The Jump after breaking his leg.

Britain’s most decorated Olympian said he was “gutted” that the injury forced him out of the competition.

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The 36-year-old said on Twitter that he suffered a small leg fracture while taking part in the show’s snow cross training.