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We could be like Selena and Biebs, wild and free, a couple disobedient teens. Sneaking out to meet around like 2 o'clock in the eve/Paparazzi in the bar and we just hot in the beach.

So spits out Asher Roth in a verse from the new remixed version of "Boyfriend," as that rapper joins forces with 2 Chainz and Mac Miller to update Justin Bieber's smash hit.

Roth is referring, of course, to the Biebs and girlfriend Selena Gomez, about whom Justin penned this single.

Bieber linked to this remixed version of the track on Twitter yesterday, while also updating fans on the second song off upcoming album "Believe." It will be titled "Die In Your Arms."

Hey, have you checked out the Justin Bieber tour dates yet? When is he headed to a venue near you?

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Duets debuted on ABC last night and one thing is for certain: Chris Brown fans will NOT be tuning in.

Not when the quartet of judges includes John Legend, whose girlfriend was recently the target of ridiculous death threats from Team Breezy members.

The panel also includes Robin Thicke, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Nettles, all of whom won't merely judge aspiring singers, but actually perform with them on stage as well.

First, however, this impressive foursome opened the premiere on its own, leading off last night's episode with a rendition of "Let Me Entertain You." Watch it here:

Will you tune in for Duets?

 

Robin Thicke also performed on Good Morning America Friday a.m. in all his sexy glory. Follow the jump to feast your eyes that effort:

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A new Pusha T song, "Exodus 23:1," is the cause of a budding hip hop feud between the artist and Lil Wayne's Young Money crew, including Drake.

In the song, Pusha T does not name either Drake or his YM boss Weezy, but it's apparently obvious to peeps who listen to this stuff what he's referring to.

As a result, Wayne fired back at Pusha T and his supporters via Twitter: "Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em," he wrote on the social media site.

On "Exodus 23:1," Pusha raps:

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"Contract all fucked up / I guess that means you all f--ked up / You signed to one n----, that's signed to another n----, that's signed to three n----s."

"Now that's bad luck / Damn that sh-t even the odds now / You better off selling this hard now / You call it living out your dreams / You can't fly without your wings."

What that means, we have no f--king idea, but it sounds hardcore, based on all the profanity, and Lil Wayne is clearly far from pleased about it.

Stay tuned. More angry Tweets are sure to come.

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L.A. Lakers fans Dan Rib and Ken Belcher rip Kobe Bryant for not being “The Kobe That We Used to Know” in this hilarious parody of Gotye's hit song.

Following the Lakers' unceremonious dismissal from the playoffs at the hands of Oklahoma City this week, the duo took out their frustration musically.

With references to the triangle offense, Bryant's maligned teammates, his running Shaq out of town after the 2004 season and, of course, Kobe's ball-hogging tendencies, the video set almost perfectly to Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" is classic:

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First, Ray J. Now, Elton John. Is no legendary singer safe?!?

The multiple-time Emmy Award winner was hospitalized yesterday with a "serious respiratory infection," according to his official website. As a result, John has been forced to cancel the remaining performances of "The Million Dollar Piano," his ongoing Las Vegas show.

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Following various tests at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, John was told by physicians to take a week of rest and antibiotics to "cure his respiratory infection and prevent any damage," the statement reads.

"It feels strange not to be able to perform these 'Million Dollar Piano' concerts at the Colosseum," John himself says. "I love performing this show and I will be thrilled when we return. All I can say to the fans is sorry I can't be with you."

Elton will come back to Sin City in October, but departs on June 1 for a summer tour in Europe.

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New American Idol champion Phillip Phillips should take note. He can only hope and pray to have half the career that has blessed original winner Kelly Clarkson.

The talented crooner appeared this week on the Dancing with the Stars finale and sang a medley of "Dark Side" and "Stronger," and now she's unveiled the official music video for the first track.

“Don’t run away, don’t run away, just tell me that you will stay, promise me you will stay,” Clarkson sings below. See for yourself now:

Clarkson - along with John Legend, Jennifer Nettles and Robin Thicke - will anchor a new singing competition on ABC titled Duets. It premieres tonight.

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It's not quite a Chris Brown and Chrissy Teigen-level feud, but Pauly D and Deadmau5 have been engaged in a bit of a Twitter beef of their own this week.

$h!t got so real after Deadmau5 said earlier this week that the Jersey Shore star was a hack and basically has zero talent when it comes to DJing.

Pauly D's response? The Tweet and photo below:

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No word on whether Deadmau5, who also got into it with Madonna recently, truly thinks that 4x4=12, or if Neil Diamond is planning a Twitter offensive of his own after being inadvertently dragged into this war of words.

In any case, the beat goes on. And it sounds like nnts nnts nnts nnts ....

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Adam Lambert has made history.

The former American Idol runner-up shot past another famous series alumnus this week and claimed the number-one spot on the Billboard 200 for his latest album, "Trespassing." In doing so, Lambert became the first openly gay man to sit atop the chart.

Yes, Clay Aiken achieved the same status with his 2003 CD, but he did not come out of the closet until five years later.

Adam Lambert in New Jersey

Of course, the important thing is not Lambert's sexuality; it's his success. The eccentric crooner sold 77,000 units of "Trespassing" in the seven days since its release. Well done, Adam!

Here's a look at the Billboard top five:

  1. Adam Lambert, Trespassing: 77,000
  2. Adele, 21: 63,000
  3. Carrie Underwood, Blown Away: 54,000
  4. Norah Jones, Little Broken Hearts: 45,000
  5. Tenacious D, Rise of the Fenix, 44,000
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Donna Summer's funeral in Tennessee has brought together musical legends from across the world, including famed record producer David Foster.

In addition to Summer, he worked with Michael Jackson, the Bee Gees and many other big name acts from the 1970s to the present day.

Giorgio Moroder is also present at the funeral, having produced several disco hits with Summer, including "Love to Love You Baby" and "I Feel Love."

Donna Summer died last week at the age of 63.

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The late singer's entire family is also at the ceremony, a private event taking place in Nashville (private, though up to 1,000 people are attending).

The Queen of Disco will be greatly missed.

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John Legend and Jordin Sparks' tribute to Whitney Houston at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards moved the crowd - especially Bobbi Kristina Brown - to tears.

Now, Whitney's duet with Jordin Sparks - Houston's final recording - has leaked online. "Celebrate" was written by R. Kelly and is the last song she recorded.

Take a listen below:

Producer Harvey Mason Jr. said that despite her end-of-life struggles, Houston "really positive" and "fun-loving" during the recording with Sparks.

There's more music from these two yet to come. “Celebrate” will be featured on the soundtrack to Whitney and Jordin‘s upcoming movie, Sparkle.

The new film also stars Derek Luke, Mike Epps, Carmen Ejogo, Tika Sumpter, Omari Hardwick, and Cee Lo Green and will hit theaters on August 17.

Check out the Sparkle trailer after the jump:

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