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Selena Gomez appeared on Ellen last week and was understandably uncomfortable when asked about Mariah Yeater's accusation of baby fathering against her boyfriend.

But Gomez clearly felt right at home later on the episode, as she and her band performed "Love You Like a Love Song" for the excited studio audience. Watch now:

The young artist - who has sold an incredible five million copies of her album this year - went on to perform with Taylor Swift at Madison Square Garden and to make a major announcement: she's gonna be a big sister!

We're so very excited for Selena and her family.

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On the day before Thanksgiving, let's all show our gratitude for Justin Bieber.

The singer has provided us with a slew of fun content today, referring to Mariah Yeater as a "weasel" during an interview with David Letterman and also gracing The Today Show stage with Usher.

Now, the iconic artist has released the official music video for "Fa La La" alongside Boyz II Men. It kicks off with JB singing all alone on a rooftop, black-and-white style, before members of this talented boy band join in and it turns into a quasi sing-off. Sit back and enjoy the fun right here and now:

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Becoming one of the biggest names in rap/hip-hop/pop, Nicki Minaj is having one heck of a year. With this new honor from Billboard, it's going to get even bigger.

She is slated to receive the honor of Rising Star of 2011 at Billboard's "Women in Music" event on December 2 in New York City. She will no doubt look ridiculous.

Minaj said she was "deeply honored to be recognized by Billboard" and that she and her fans"mighty long way" but are not close to where "God will take us."

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A classic moment in a year full of them for Nicki Minaj.

With her talent and style, the rapper/singer has emerged as one of music's most popular entertainers since releasing her debut album Pink Friday late last year.

Her hits include "Super Bass" and "Moment 4 Life," and she's collaborated with many other big names. She'll have one of her biggest fans on hand next Friday:

Taylor Swift will be honored as Woman of the Year. Anyone surprised?

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If Britney Spears is feeling like she's being pushed out of the spotlight by younger, more talented artists, you wouldn't know it. In fact, she's quick to praise them.

The inger made a comeback earlier this year with her Femme Fatale album, and is glad to have "competition" from new young artists such as Jessie J and Adele.

They push her to "make her songs and live shows better" she says.

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She told Stylist magazine: "It's cool there are so many new, up-and-coming artists to look at and be inspired by. I think it's great to have a little competition."

"I feel it inspires [Team Britney] and makes us better. There are so many soulful singers, even ones from London, like Adele and Jessie J, who are just amazing."

"It feels like a really cool time to be making music now."

It's also just a cool time to be Britney Spears, in general.

"As the years have gone by, I've evolved as an artist," said the soon-to-be 30-year-old, who's been at this since 1998. "I've put even more into my career."

"After that amount of time you start to know exactly what you want. You feel a little bit more in your skin, in terms of who you are. And that feels really nice."

Britney Spears: Still got it?

 

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A new song off Amy Winehouse's posthumous, upcoming album has been released, and it is beautiful, conjuring up the best possible memories of the late chanteuse.

Her voice, her style, her raw ability - it's all on display and then some, which is a pleasant surprise. Often times, these types of albums fall well short of expectations.

Not here. The cover of Ruby and the Romantics' 1963 song "Our Day Will Come," which she recorded back in 2002 but never released, is vintage Amy Winehouse.

Her third album, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, drops December 5. If this soft, sultry track is any indication of what the full record is like, it might be a must-have:

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Sad news today out of the music world: Robin Gibb, the former lead singer for the Bee Gees, has been diagnosed with liver cancer.

Sources say the musician was told of the news a few months ago, but word has only recently circulated following a series of missed appearances. On Tuesday, the 61-year old was rushed to the hospital, but returned home later that day.

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"We should be thinking about Robin’s incredible talent as a singer and songwriter, and the wonderful gift of music that he and his brothers gave to the world," a friend told The Daily Mail.

There has been no official word out of Gibb's camp yet, but we'll keep readers apprised of the "Stayin Alive" singer's condition. Our thoughts go out to his family.

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Directed and narrated by Lady Gaga herself and clocking in at nearly two minutes, the star has released a preview for her new music video that pays homage to high school feminist literature like The Bell Jar and Girl, Interrupted.

"Marry the Night: The Prelude Pathetique" begins with a voiceover, saying:

"When I look back on my life, it's not that I don't want to see things exactly as they happened, it's just that I prefer to remember them in an artistic way."

"And, truthfully, the lie of it all is much more honest because I invented it," Lady Gaga continues, a close-up of her face filling the screen. Deep stuff right here:

"Clinical psychology tells us arguably that trauma is the ultimate killer. Memories are not recycled like atoms and particles in quantum physics - they can all be lost forever," continues the 25-year-old modern-day chanteuse philosopher.

"It's sort of like my past is an unfinished painting, and as the artist of that painting, I must now fill in all the ugly holes and make it beautiful again."

With her relentless pursuit of artistic expression, it's safe to say that Lady Gaga fills in any ugly holes on THG and makes it beautiful every day.

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Brace yourselves. Rebecca Black is back!

Rebecca Black on America's Got Talent

The 14-year old - who many believe represents the Apocalypse in the music industry, following her release of "Friday" - has released a new video, this one in honor of the single "Person of Interest." No, the track is not based around Michael Emerson as a mysterious billionaire who fights crime with the use of a special machine.

How successful will the new song be? We'll soon find out, but Black has set the bar awfully high for herself: the video for "Friday" has been viewed over 200 million times on YouTube.

What do you think of Rebecca Black's latest?

 

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