The lead singer of south Wales rock band Lostprophets has denied 23 sexual offences involving children, including two charges of raping a baby.
Ian Watkins, 35, of Pontypridd, and two women appeared at Cardiff Crown Court via video link.
Two charges of raping a baby
One of conspiracy to rape another child
One of sexual assault
One of aiding and abetting sexual
assault by penetration
One of conspiracy to sexually assault
11 of making indecent images
Two of taking indecent images
Four of possessing indecent images
One of possessing extreme
pornographic images involving an animal
He denied a charge of conspiracy to rape another very young child and other offences including sexual assault.
The women denied sexual offences against children. The next hearing is due to take place on Thursday.
Mr Watkins denied a 24th offence, possessing extreme pornographic images involving an animal.
The alleged offences date from 2007.
Mr Watkins later issued a statement saying he would continue to fight to clear his name.
The band, which has sold 3.5m albums around the world, was co-founded by Mr Watkins in 1997.
The most recent album Weapons was the band's fifth and released in April last year.