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With "It's Thanksgiving," Nicole Westbrook is well on her way to viral stardom a la Rebecca Black. Whether that's a good thing, however, is an open question.

Unlike reciting the days of the week, Nicole lists off the holidays of the year in chronological order.

It's rather amazingly terrible, and if your ears can survive it, we invite you to listen/watch below:

The rapper with Nicole Westbrook, Patrice Wilson, was also in Rebecca Black's "Friday" video.

Wilson apparently wrote both songs, apparently, so it would appear he's in on the absurdity this time around. We think. And really, really hope for his sake.

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Give Lana Del Rey credit: she knows how to get the Internet buzzing.

Granted, awhile back it was for an atrocious Saturday Night Live performance.

And then there was that weird Jackie O tribute in the video for "National Anthem." We're still not sure what was going on there.

Now, Del Rey has come out with the music video for “Bel Air," which is off the album "Born to Die: The Paradise Edition" and is really just spoken word from the artist.

It's unusual... and sort of cool? Decide for yourself:

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Rihanna's mysterious, artistic new music video for "Diamonds" has dropped.

It's the first single, and video, from her new album Unapologetic, and begins with a black-and-white visual of the star, with the aid of diamonds, rolling ... something.

She wouldn't have it any other way, we're sure.

In between exhaling smoke, Rihanna blends the elements of earth, wind, water, fire ... and a male, tattooed arm that totally belongs to Chris Brown.

Okay, maybe not, we have no idea. And it's "Nobodies Business" anyway right?

What do you think of Rihanna's "Diamonds" music video?

 

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Viewers voted off their first finalist on The X Factor results show last night, as the singing competition narrowed its field to 12.

That's all well, good and exciting... but One Direction also performed!!! EEK!

Yes, the young boys from Great Britain who first rose to fame on the UK version of this series hit the stage and now you can better understand why there was all that screaming along your block.

Watch them thrill women everywhere with this rendition of "Little Things."

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As anyone with a computer knows, there have been an endless number of Call Me Maybe covers since this Carly Rae Jepsen track blew up a few months ago.

But a Ukrainian artist who goes by the name "Aza" is set to take legal action because she alleges the hit single itself is a ripoff of her "Hunky Santa."

Listen to it here and decide if Aza has any reason to claim that producers simply tweaked her song in order to create Jepsen's version:

According to TMZ, a lawsuit will be filed today in which Aza seeks unspecific damages. Among those included as its target will be Scooter Braun, the manager for both Jepsen and Justin Bieber.

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Yesterday, Rihanna's Unapologetic track list revealed a forthcoming collaboration with Chris Brown on her new album. Today, a snippet of said track has already leaked.

The possibly misspelled "Nobodies Business" is ripe with innuendo, too.

RiRi sings: "You'll always be the one that I wanna come on to." HOT!

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Is there civil unrest amidst The Civil Wars?

The popular folk duo of Joy Williams and John Paul White shocked fans last night, releasing a statement announcing that due to “internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition” they were unable to “continue as a touring entity at this time.

So, is this it for the two-person group, which rose to fame in 2011 with the album "Barton Hollow?"

“Our sincere hope is to have new music for you in 2013," they added in the statement, providing followers with a ray of hope.

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Nine months after the tragic passing of Whitney Houston, a new track by the legendary artist has been released.

Titled "Never Give Up," the song was recorded not long before Houston died in February. It's a sad, hip hop-inflected single whose lyrics focus on one's struggling to keep going in life.

Look for it to be included on "I Will Always Love You," the greatest hits album that comes out off RCA Records on November 13.

In September, Clive Davis unveiled a Whitney and R. Kelly duet, "I Look to You," which was also recorded in early 2012.

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Mariah Carey has come out with a studio version of a track she debuted this summer at a fundraiser for re-elected President Barack Obama.

Titled "Bring It On Home," the song was first performed at New York City's Plaza Hotel in June, as Carey did her part to help Obama defeat Mitt Romney.

Take a listen to it now:

Last night, meanwhile, the American Idol judge watched the election results and Tweeted:

“INCREDIBLE SPEECH!!!!!! Watching in a room full of diverse people-all truly moved. Thank you America for President Obama-4more yrs.”

You can watch the Barack Obama victory speech now.