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English singer-songwriter, Corinne Bailey Rae, is a relative newcomer to the music world, but in only a few years she has already made a big impact.
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Her debut album, "Corinne Bailey Rae" was released in February 2006 to worldwide acclaim and she came away with a number of important music awards.
Rae is currently out with a new album called "The Sea" which she says helped her through the tragedy of losing her husband in 2008.
The singer was married to fellow musician, Jason Rae from 2001 until he died of an accidental drug overdose. Even though it was a difficult time for Rae, she is quoted as saying the process of recording her new album helped her through the tragedy.
Rae is also involved with an international gathering of young minds called "One Young World" which is aimed at helping solve the world's problems.
The organizers of "One Young World" have invited Rae to perform two songs for the speakers and delegates as the finale to the opening ceremony.
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Even though we may be in the middle of one of the toughest economic climates in recent memory, it hasn't stopped companies from spending nearly $3 million for a 30 second ad during this weekend's Super Bowl.
There have been some very memorable advertising campaigns in Super Bowl history - from the 1984 Apple Computer ad directed by Ridley Scott to Budweiser's infamous "Waz up" campaign.
Love them or hate them, Super Bowl ads are one of the most talked about pop culture phenomenon's each year.
We want you to recall some of your most memorable ads and also if you think it's worth the price.
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