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#AdelMo

I always love a story with a happy ending.

Adele is currently playing huge sell-out concerts in Australia as part of her world tour.

Also currently in Australia is Sesame Street star Elmo and he’s been on TV and social media saying he’s a huge fan of Adele and he’d love to meet her and sing a duet of Rolling in the Deep.

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That’s A Wrap: La La Land, Gabby Douglas, Terminator

Lots to talk about this week in the new That’s A Wrap podcast with Angie Greaves.

We’re covering everything from the UK going La La Land crazy to gymnast Gabby Douglas’ first album to the return of Terminator.

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2015 preview: Music

The music world’s always tough to predict as artists don’t announce releases and tours until close to the time. But here’s some things we do know.

Madonna’s new album, Rebel Heart, will be out in early February.

She was forced to release six songs before Christmas after some early demos leaked. Is she still relevant in 2015? I guess that remains to be seen.

2015 should see the return of Adele. No news on when the long awaited new album will finally be released but surely it has to be soon?

There are constant reports that she’s in the studio working on new music so hopefully it’s only a matter of time.

Emeli Sande will also be back in 2015 with her new album, Who Needs The World.

Can she replicate the amazing success of her debut? And will we see her on every TV show possible as she promotes it?

I’m looking forward to the new Coldplay album, A Head Full of Dreams. Chris Martin has promised fans the band will tour after its release. I hope so!

One of my highlights in 2014 was their small concert at the Royal Albert Hall. I’ve seen them play some huge shows over the years so it was great to see them strip backed and in such an intimate setting.

And talking of touring – Take That will be out on their first UK tour as a three-piece.

They always put on a fantastic show for fans so I expect this tour to be just the same, with a bit more singing from Mark and Howard!