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She may still be Jenny from the Block.

But Jennifer Lopez will soon be able to live like a queen.

According to TMZ, the American Idol judge is nearing a deal to perform often in Las Vegas and, based on the contract, she’ll earn more per show than Britney Spears.

Jennifer Lopez in Singapore

Lopez is being offered $350,000 per show - yes, that’s $350,000 PER SHOW - to sing and dance at The Axis’ Planet Hollyood, which is the same venue in which Britney is currently performing.

But Spears is only taking in $310,000 per show.

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A new Drake song called "How About Now" leaked on Soundcloud over the weekend, and while it was quickly taken down, it continues to generate buzz. Why?

In versions still floating around the Internet in the ensuing days, many fans believe Nicki Minaj can be heard at the beginning of the Drizzy trizzack.

The origins of "How About Now" are totally unclear, so it may or may not be part of the Canadian rapper's upcoming album, Views From The Six.

That mystery no doubt adds to the new song's intrigue.

A 17-year-old boy from Georgia posted the song, claiming it was an exclusive track off of that album. If so, he did not explain how he got ahold of it.

Some fans argued that it might be an older, Nothing Was The Same-era Drake cut that simply never saw the light of day for one reason or another.

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Taylor Swift has released the lead song off her new album.

On the heels of "Shake It Off" and "Out of the Woods," the 24-year old musical sensation unveiled "Welcome to New York" at midnight, another catch track that will kick off the upcoming CD, "1989."

Give it a listen here:

"I started the album with ‘Welcome to New York’ because New York has been an important landscape and location for the story of my life in the last couple of years,” said Swift via press release.

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The upcoming World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants just got very personal.

For Lorde, at least.

A pair of Bay City radio stations - KFOG Radio and 96.5 KOIT  - have benched the single “Royals” from their airwaves until the conclusion of The Fall Classic.

The singer, after all, revealed many months ago that the inspiration for this track came from a photograph she saw in National Geographic of a baseball player with Royals on his shirt.

The picture ended up being of Kansas City legend George Brett signing autographs - and Lorde was later given her own signed jersey by the Hall of Famer.

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Did this video of a dog continuously fetching a tennis ball into a giant leaf pile not get you excited for autumn?

That's a shame. But perhaps Janessa Leigh can help.

The singer has posted an impressive parody on YouTune of her very own version of Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off."

The track is titled "Because It's Fall" and, yes, it will also get stuck in your head for the next few days.

That’s okay, though, because the witty lyrics reference crunchy leafs… pumpkin spice lattes… apple picking… Thanksgiving… and the donning of a lot of flannel.

Because it's fall, people. Because it's fall.

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Justin Bieber is apparently All About That Bass.

The musical superstar has put his own touch on Meghan Trainor's massive hit, coming out with a remixed version that brings the pop single into a whole new genre.

Bieber also changes some of the lyrics, as you'll hear below:

"I’m all about that bass, no treble," sings Bieber above. "We gonna take it to a whole 'nother level … We know that sh-t ain’t real. We know it’s Photoshopped."

You heard the man, Selena Gomez! You better go get one of those Kim Kardashian butt lifts if you wish to keep Justin happy.

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Kids are positively killing it these days.

Did you catch that 11-year old who moved and grooved and blew us away with her dancing to All About That Bass?

Or the 8-year old who recreated every step of Patrick Swayze's part in the iconic Dirty Dancing finale scene?

Now, we’ve come across another 11-year old, this one a girl name Sapphire who needs nothing but her guitar to cover Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.

Like the original version, will this one get stuck in your head for hours on end? Probably. But it's well worth it.

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Bono is eating a healthy plate of crow right about now.

On September 9, via deal with Apple, U2’s "Songs of Innocence" album was automatically downloaded to iTunes on ALL Apple devices, whether users asked for it or not.

Bono and The Edge

Many were unhappy with the intrusion, prompting Apple to actually come out with a tool to remove the album from one's iTunes Music Library if so desired.

And during a Facebook chat yesterday, user Harriet Madeline Jobson wrote to the band, asking:

"Can you please never release an album on iTunes that automatically downloads to peoples playlists ever again? It's really rude."

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At midnight today, Taylor Swift released "Out of the Woods" on iTunes, the second track off her upcoming album, "1989."

The chorus continuously asks whether the singer and an unnamed paramour are “out of the woods yet,” a question that could likely apply to any of Taylor’s ex-boyfriends.

But many astute listeners believe the single is centered on Harry Styles, pointing to a couple instances where Swift is clearly making a reference to her time with the One Direction hunk.

FIRST, Swift croons about how “last December, we were built to fall apart.”

And those in the know recall that Taylor and Harry pretty much went public in December 2012, holding hands in New York City and going to tattoo parlors together.

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Ready to have another Taylor Swift song stuck in your head for weeks at a time?

The singer has shaken off criticism of her cat and released "Out of the Woods," her second single off the upcoming album 1989, which will be available on October 27.

And while Swift's initial album release (the very, very, very catchy "Shake It Off") addressed her critics, "Out of the Woods" turns her attention back to Taylor's favorite single-writing subject:

MEN.

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