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English singer, songwriter and radio personality. Wikipedia

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  • George Michael

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  • Kylie Minogue

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  • Never Gonna Give You Up

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  • Lisa Stansfield

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  • Taylor Swift

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  • Jonathan King

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  • Christina Aguilera

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  • Mark Owen

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  • Gerry Marsden

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  • Annie Lennox

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  • Justin Timberlake

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  • Gary Barlow

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  • Ellie Goulding

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  • Cheryl (singer)

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  • Hazell Dean

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  • Lynsey de Paul

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  • Phil Collins

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  • Paul Young

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  • David Bowie

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