U2 were named Band of the Year, while Bradley Cooper scooped the International Man of the Year prize at the GQ Men of the Year awards in London last night (06.09.11).
U2 were named Band of the Year at the GQ Men of the Year awards last night (06.09.11).
The 'Elevation' rockers were honoured after completing the highest grossing tour of all time this summer and performing a headline set at Glastonbury - their first festival performance as a band for 25 years.
Since completing their '360 Degrees Tour' frontman Bono says he has been relaxing in his native Ireland.
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Mongrel rapper LOWKEY has been left "frustrated" and disturbed by a recent trip to Israel - after he was detained at an airport and subjected to "paranoid mind games" by the country's police force.
The British star flew into Tel Aviv last week (ends27Feb09) to play a series of charity gigs to raise funds to help rebuild the troubled area around the Gaza Strip, but his travels were marred by his experiences immediately after landing in the city.
According to NME.com, Lowkey had his U.K. passport confiscated and was questioned and detained for nine hours before being released.
He tells the website, "As soon as I stepped off the plane with my guide to Israel tucked under my arm, I was pulled away to the side and interrogated as to why I was in Israel, by a man who wore no uniform identifying himself as any type of security but was clearly heavily armed.
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