Five-year-old Sophia Grace Brownlee already has a bona fide viral video hit with her "Super Bass" cover, which has garnered more than 3.3 million views, one of whom was Nicki Minaj herself, who Tweeted: "I HAVE to meet her. She is a SUPERSTAR!!!"

High praise.

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Sophia Grace Brownlee, a little girl far too young to be singing Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass," has done so online. And, inappropriateness aside, she nails the thing.

Right down to Minaj's accent, the youngster shows off serious talent and looks pretty darn adorable in a princess outfit, backed up with her even littler sister.

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Chalk it up to East Coast bias? Not enough coffee? Sleeping through 9th grade geography?

Whatever the reason, the press corps traveling with President Obama on a campaign swing out west this week were given a map identifying Wyoming as Colorado.

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Just a small-town G, starting words like goose and glee...

On an episode of Sesame Street late last week, the iconic children's program set its spoof-eriffic sights on Glee, perfectly parodying the Fox sensation while also educating viewers on the two sounds made by the letter G.

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Michael Bolton may prefer to sit around and watch movies all day, but the guys from Lonely Island are straight gangsta. Like any hard core rappers, the trio makes it rain at the club - and has now affiliated itself with its own vodka brand.

As Creative Directors behind RÖKK, the newest vodka on the market, Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone, and Andy Samberg are responsible for consumer engagement, marketing and advertising for the premium priced, freeze filtered vodka.

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Republican Presidential "candidate" (term used very, very loosely) Rick Santorum is at odds with not only his fellow White House hopefuls, but Google.

Specifically, Rick is far from pleased about the results displayed when people type his name into the search engine. All 12 of those people? So misled!

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Emmys host Jane Lynch certainly didn't rein herself in Sunday, taking shots early and often. Amusingly, the Jersey Shore cast played along in a pre-recorded spoof.

Introduced as a CNN report by Anderson Cooper, in what he called "a sobering look at the future of television," Lynch appeared as a woman named Donatella Alberghetti Mangiana D'Borgia (who could almost pass for Teresa Giudice).

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