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Pia Toscano and Jared Lee are taking the advice of Buddy the Elf.

The former American Idol finalist and the singer/songwriter understand that the best way to spread holiday cheer is to sing loud for all to hear.

And with that in mind the talented twosome gathered this week to wish fans a very happy holiday season, mash-up style. Click Play now to hear the duo collaborate on "O Holy Night" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

We sincerely hope all readers really did have themselves a merry little Christmas!

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Move over for a moment, Mariah Carey.

Demi Lovato is here to tell us what she wants for Christmas.

The X Factor judge performed over the weekend at the annual Christmas in Washington special, taking on a track made famous by her contemporary on American Idol.

Whose version do you like best? Listen to Mariah's classic first and then click Play on Lovato's cover below:

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OneRepublic is doing all it can to help the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.

On Saturday, the band launched a fundraiser to benefit those affected by the inexplicable actions of Adam Lanza.

"After tragedies like this, there are all kinds of things people want to do," Ryan Tedder says in the following video, adding:

"We want to help - with prayers, concerts, charities, there's all these events and productions and things that can take place over the next few months that may or may not come to pass, but the one thing that we can do immediately is donate money to these families."

OneRepublic has already raised $55,000 for the cause. Visit the group's fundraiser page for more and watch this video:

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In the wake of the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut on Friday, radio stations have mostly pulled Ke$ha's latest hit off the air.

Titled "Die Young," the track had risen to number-three on nationwide playlists last week, according to Mediabase.

But it dropped from 167 million listeners around the country to 148 million two days after Adam Lanza killed 26 people inside an elementary school.

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Miley Cyrus left the pop very much at home last night, appearing on the VH1 Divas concert special and rocking out.

Big time.

Donning a stomach-revealing, metal spike-filled leather jacket and leather pants, the 20-year old covered Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell," squeezing her breasts and grabbing her crotch at various times during the performance.

She also crowd surfaced, fully embracing the new bad girl image that has caused such headlines around the Internet. Watch now:

Over the weekend, Miley retweeted a message that pretty much referred to Taylor Swift as a slut.

It's hard not to wonder if this will be included among the many Miley Cyrus scandals the singer has battled over the years.

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We already know One Direction is comprised of a few teenage heartthrobs.

But did you also know Harry, Niall and company are just a bunch of Teenage Dirtbags?

Granted, Taylor Swift may disagree with that classification, but the boy band took to the stage at Mohegan Sun this month and belted out a version of the 2000 Wheatus hit.

Did they do the track justice? Can they pull off alternative rock? You tell us:

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She received cupcakes from Harry Styles for her birthday, now Taylor Swift has given fans a present of their own:

The official music video for "I Knew You Were Trouble."

Tweeted Swift today, along with a link: “The video. Starring the unbelievable @ReeveCarney, directed by the amazing @AnthonyMandler. I’m so proud of this one.”

Many believe the track is based on Swift's experience with John Mayer. Watch the video now and decide if it offers any clues:

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Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger cracked at joke at the 12-12-12 Concert For Sandy Relief last night in New York that didn't sit well with some fans.

“This has got to be the largest collection of old English musicians ever assembled in Madison Square Garden,” he said of the star-studded benefit show.

“But I’ve got to say, if it rains in London, you’ve got to come and help us, OK?”

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In an awesomely unexpected duet, Roger Waters and Eddie Vedder performed "Comfortably Numb" at the 12-12-12 Concert For Sandy Relief last night.

Pink Floyd's former frontman welcomed the Pearl Jam rocker for a rendition of Rogers' 1979 hit, one of many from his band's iconic double album The Wall.

Watch their crowd-pleasing performance below:

Performances from New York-New Jersey area heavy hitters Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi helped raise $30 million from ticket sales alone.

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Kristen Stewart introduced Jon Bon Jovi at the 12-12-12 Concert For Sandy Relief, and the New Jersey rocker proceeded to bring the house down at MSG.

On the road doing press for On the Road, Stewart made a surprise appearance in New York to make a plea for donations to the ongoing relief efforts.

"She flew in from California just to be here tonight because she wanted to help out," Master of Ceremonies Billy Crystal told the sellout crowd Wednesday.

"She got here in three seconds because that's what vampires do when they fly at night, they go very fast. Please welcome, a fantastic young actress, Kristen Stewart!"

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