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Move over, Justin Bieber. And make room for... Psy?!?

Indeed. Although he was an unknown in the United States just a few months ago, this Korean sensation and his addictive single have pushed Bieber aside and achieved an impressive honor:

Psy's video for "Gangnam Style" has become the most-watched EVER on YouTube.

The music video has now been viewed about 803,761,000 time since it was posted in July. The previous record-holder, Bieber's "Baby" music video, has racked up 803,732,000 since its February 2010 release.

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It's not just Black Friday, people. It's Rebecca Black Friday!

The young singer, who rose to fame with the polarizing track "Friday," has returned with a new single.

Titled "In Your Words," the song moves away from partying it up with friends and focuses instead of the one emotion that bonds all human beings as one: love.

Crooning about a break-up, Black belts out that she "moving on/Cause you set me free/And I'm trying to be as much of myself as if you were here with me..."

It's emotional stuff. Listen now:

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"I'm gonna keep my head up high/Keep on reaching high /Never gonna quit /Just keep getting stronger."

So sang Elmo today at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City.

Cute and inspiring? Sure. A message sent by this iconic Sesame Street character and his pals in response to the disturbing scandal surrounding former voice actor Kevin Clash? One would have to imagine so.

Watch the performance now:

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Following her performance at the 2012 American Music Awards, Nicki Minaj is back with the official video for "Freedom."

The track is off Nicki's "Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up," which also dropped today; and the black-and-white video features this American Idol judge belting out lyrics from a number of locations, including a castle and the country.

Sit back and enjoy for yourself now:

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Lil Wayne wants to spend a night in Paris, or tell us about the night he just spent there. It's unclear, but you gotta hear this new track he recorded with Paris Hilton (seriously).

Paris hopes to feature this on an upcoming album, and on it, Weezy raps and references the Paris Hilton sex tape, which put her on the map back in aught three:

"Last night was awesome / Super f**king awesome / It was me, myself, and I, and her / We had ourselves a foursome ... Excuse my french, but f**k the cameras / I wanna spend a night in Paris."

Don't we all, Lil Wayne. Don't we all.

(Not really.)

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"Scream and Shout," will.i.am's new upbeat, auto-tune-tastic track from his forthcoming album Willpower, featuring Britney Spears, leaked Saturday.

"When you hear this in the club, you're gonna turn this $h!t up," Brit "sings" repetitively.

The X Factor judge also refers to herself as "Britney, bitch" several times throughout:

Spears Tweeted following the track's premature leakage:

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In a word? WOW.

She may not have the fan base of Justin Bieber. Or the break-up anthems of Taylor Swift. Or the smoke, bells and whistles of performers such as Ke$ha or Nicki Minaj.

But Pink did have the American Music Awards audience in the palm of her talented hand last night, as she kept her rendition of "Try" as basic as possible.

It was simply the artist, dancer Colt Prattes and some seriously impressive moves. Was this THE performance of the night? We think so. Decide for yourself:

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Ke$ha was one of many acts to take to the stage at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles last night.

The reason? The 2012 American Music Awards. The song? "Die Young." The performance? Fun and unusual.

This is Ke$ha, after all.

Watch the dollar-signed singer in action now and visit our THG Video section for a look at ALL the performances from a huge night in music...

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Fans saw a different side of Taylor Swift at the 2012 American Music Awards.

The artist performed "I Knew You Were Trouble" in front of screaming fans and millions on television, tearing off her sparkly dress at one point to reveal a bustier and black tights to go along with a pair of combat boots.

Were you a fan of the look? The rendition? Watch and grade now:

Other event performances included:

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There was very good news for Usher fans last night: the singer took to the stage at the American Music Awards.

However, there was also bad news: he kept his shirt on.

Still, the slick dancer and all-around incredible talent blew attendees away with a medley of “Numb,” “Climax,” and “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop.” Watch now:

Among other AMA acts last night:

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