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Farewell 2012!

CHANGE: Snoop Dogg became 'Snoop Lion' in 2012

WE COUNT down the most notable events of 2012 that just couldn’t escape our attention…

Beyoncé gives birth to Blue Ivy

AFTER the highly publicised announcement of her pregnancy and the months of baby bump watching the pop superstar finally gave birth to her first child Blue Ivy Carter on January 7.
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Tupac resurrection

A DECADE and-half after his death rapper Tupac Shakur performed on stage along side Dr, Dre and Snoop Dogg – in the form of a hologram, igniting the imagination of many other artists longing to perform with lost idols, most notably Drake’s desperation to sing with Aaliyah.
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Red Tails defeats the critics

THE first Hollywood all black feature film was two decades in the making, but it finally flew to the UK in June. Despite being told by major distributors that the movie would not sell, Red Tails made $20 million on its opening weekend.
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David Rodigan leaves Kiss FM

VETERAN reggae deejay David Rodigan called it a day on his flagship show on Kiss FM. After 22 years hosting his popular weekly session he quit the station ‘due to their marginalisation of reggae music’.
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When the Dogg became a Lion

SNOOP Dogg has become Snoop Lion. Converting to Rastafarianism and changing his name, the rapper announced that he was ‘Bob Marley reincarnated’ and confirmed his move from rap to reggae music.
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The end of Elmo?

KEVIN Clash, the Sesame Street puppeteer and the voice behind the beloved children’s character Elmo, quit the PBS show after accusationS of having sex with underage boys.
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The lions share

THE Lion King became the highest grossing Broadway show of all time. Netting a massive £529,808,104 in total. The show knocked the Andrew Lloyd Webber hit music, The Phantom of the Opera off the top spot.

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