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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.

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No Doubt has left no doubt: it is very sorry if anyone was offended by its music video for "Looking Hot."

The video has come under fire because it features Gwen Stefani in Native American attire, tied up, handcuffed, dancing around teepees, and fighting cowboys.

In response to the controversy, the group has pulled the video from YouTube and issued the following apology:

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Many of music's biggest names, most of whom have connections to the regions most affected by Hurricane Sandy this week, came together last night to raise funds for the victims of this disaster.

The NBC-hosted telethon was emceed by Matt Lauer and featured emotional performances from East Coast natives Christina Aguilera, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Mary J Blige, Steven Tyler and Jon Bon Jovi, among others.

To make a donation, visit RedCross.org, call (800) RED-CROSS or text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 contribution - and enjoy many of the performances from the event below, starting with Mr. New Jersey himself, Bruce Springsteen:

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Ah, now it makes sense. Now we understand why every teenage girl in our neighborhood is screaming.

One Direction - Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson - have unveiled a new music video, this time in honor of the track "Little Things."

The single is the group's second of the cuties' new album, "Take Me Home." It will hit stores on November 13.

Will this video set another VEVO record for the band? We'll soon find out.

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It's incredible but true: Taylor Swift did not win any CMA Awards last night. Seriously, we checked. There were no errors.

But the super, duper star still made her presence very much felt at the event, performing one of her new singles live on stage.

Mirroring her Begin Again video - which is set inside a Paris cafe - Swift dressed in red and sang in front of an accordion player, along with couples sipping on lattes. Watch for yourself now:

Among other performances at the ceremony, Kelly Clarkson and Vince Gill teamed up for "Don't Rush."

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Kelly Clarkson took to the stage last night at the 2012 Country Music Awards. Yes, you read that correctly.

The original American Idol is expanding her fan base, as she's included a duet with cowboy hat-wearing Vince Gill on her upcoming Greatest Hits album.

It's titled "Dont' Rush" and you should listen to her sing it below alongside the Country Music Hall of Famer:

Elsewhere on the evening, Clarkon's fellow Idol winner, Carrie Underwood, hosted the event and went Gangham Style at one point.

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Miley Cyrus has her cake and eats it, too, in a new music video.

The young singer is featured in Borgore's "Decisions," partying it up with the Israeli DJ behind the track and making out with fiance Liam Hemsworth. Who is dressed like a unicorn. Naturally.

Watch the cake-based festivities now:

Also appearing in the video? Jessie Andrews. Yes, porn star Jessie Andrews.