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By Donald Lambro
Even retail giant Wal-Mart shows telltale signs of trouble
Topic - Florence + The Machine
Florence and The Machine have pulled out of two European concerts because the lead singer has lost her voice and been told not to perform to avoid permanent damage.
Soulful songstress Adele followed Grammy Awards triumph with a win at the U.K.'s Brit music awards Tuesday, taking the prize for best British female artist at an energetic ceremony in London.
VH1 may have honored singing divas at its annual VH1 Divas special, but the night was all about collaboration.
With a voice that falls somewhere between the trailer park and the country club, Miranda Lambert has built her career on songs that blur the boundaries between country, rock and pop. Repeating the steps that turned its three predecessors into platinum sellers, "Four the Record" jumps between genres at every opportunity.
The Grammys seem somewhat familiar for Florence Welch, in a surreal sort of way.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Mandy Moore, Randy Newman, Zachary Levi and Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine will sing on the Oscar stage.
She added, "I'm from south London and now, I'm at the Grammys."
Welch says, "I didn't really expect that I'd be here."