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The two most successful American Idol winners met in Perth, Australia last night. Sort of.

Continuing her trend of covering hit songs by fellow artists, Kelly Clarkson took on Carrie Underwood's "Blown Away," per a fan's request.

Take a look and a listen now, sound off with your take - and then prepare to answer the most important question of all...

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No more teasing. Taylor Swift has come out with her latest single.

Titled "I Knew You Were Trouble," the track is seemingly based on yet another past romantic interlude, this time with someone Taylor had suspicions about from the start.

Said Swift of the track during an appearance on Good Morning America:

"It's a song about kind of being frustrated with yourself because you have your heart broken and you knew when you first saw that person you saw all these red flags and you just went for it anyway."

Come on now. Is there any doubt she's referring to John Mayer?

Take a listen and sound off: What do you think of "I Knew You Were Trouble?"

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Call her ready to move on with a new hit.

After giving fans a listen to her next single, "This Kiss," Carly Rae Jepsen has now come out with a preview of the track's official music video.

Featuring the rising superstar at a party… and a swimming pool… and in the middle of the street with friends, Jepsen ends up jumping into the water and sharing a smooch with a member of the opposite sex.

See for yourself here:

Will "This Kiss" elicit the same sort of Call Me Maybe covers that helped propel Jepsen's career? We doubt it. But the tune sure is catchy!

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The BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards aired in London last night, with a couple of acts rather big in America stealing the British show.

First, in a special performance, Justin Bieber the smash "As Long As You Love Me," breaking it down acoustic style. Watch for yourself here and now:

One Direction, meanwhile, which recently knocked Bieber out of the record book, was the evening's big winner.

The boy band took home a trio of trophies, as we've listed the winner below:

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Taylor Swift has given fans a sneak peek at another song off her upcoming album - and, you won't believe it, but the track is based on a prior relationship.

The superstar appeared on Good Morning America today and offered fans a snippet of "I Knew You Were Trouble," one of 16 tracks on the CD "Red," which is prepared to shatter sales records on October 22.

Give it a listen now:

Swift describes the song as being about that "chaotic" feelings of falling for someone... even when you know it's a bad idea.

Be sure to visit our Taylor Swift video section for a lot more from this beloved artist.

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James Bond is rather ostentatious.

Adele simply sings.

On the surface, these famous Brits aren't especially alike, with one significant exception: both excelt at the job. They are the best of the best.

Which makes it appropriate for Adele to join the likes of Paul McCartney, Nancy Sinatra and Carly Simon by providing the latest theme song for this franchise. Listen to her "Skyfall" track now:

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Miley Cyrus has let us into her backyard once again.

As part of a new video series that was filmed earlier this summer - noticed the non-short, non-blonde, non-spiked hair - Miley and her bandmates go acoustic and cover Melanie Safka's "Look What They've Done to My Song."

Watch a similar stripped down version of "Lilac Wine" and then click Play below:

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

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When it comes to break-ups, Taylor Swift often feels blue.

But in her latest single, the artist croons about "Red," which is the title of her just-released, sure-to-be-a-total-blockbuster-that-shatters-many-records album.

Give the track a listen now:

Swift has also unveiled two other songs off the CD: "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and "Begin Again."

Bookmark our Taylor Swift music section to stay up to date on all releases from the beloved superstar!

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