Warning: the Tweeniverse might explode at any second.

It looks increasingly like Justin Bieber will soon be teaming up with One Direction - the group behind mega hit "We Are Young" - on some kind of collaboration, as One Direction’s Niall Horan Tweeted yesterday:

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The incomparable Katy Perry is set to add movie star to her resume with the release of her 3D concert documentary, Katy Perry: Part of Me, premiering July 5.

The film not only offers a front row seat to the pop hit-maker's concerts, but takes viewers behind the scenes for the rarest of looks inside Perry’s personal life.

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The University of Kentucky brought home its eighth national title last night, defeating the University of Kansas 67-59 and concluding one of the most impressive seasons in NCAA Men's Basketball history in winning fashion.

Prior to tip-off, though, viewers weren't discussing the length of Anthony Davis or the intensity of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

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Justin Bieber may have written and recorded "Boyfriend" with Selena Gomez in mind, but the teenage singer's girlfriend might not be happy to get a look at her man's upcoming video.

A 20-second tease for the video has been released and in it Justin is standing alone, in the dark, belting out the lyrics... until a series of female hands start to caress his torso and his face. They're everywhere!

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Steven Tyler stole the spotlight for a few moments on American Idol last night, announcing that he and Aerosmith will be hitting the tour this summer for the band's first tour since 2009.

"We're calling the tour the Global Warming Tour," Tyler said like only he can. "Because of the fire. Yo tengo el fuego."

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Move on over, Backstreet Boys. Slide over a bit, New Kids On the Block. There's room in this recent boy band revival movement for one more.

Pop group 98 Degrees is reuniting!

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Earl Scruggs, a prolific bluegrass artist who popularized the three-finger method of banjo-picking that came to be known as "Scruggs style," has died.

"Earl Scruggs, the most important banjo player who ever lived, has passed on," Steve Martin tweeted after news broke that he'd passed. He was 88.

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