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Dallas Davidson stars on TNT's Private Lives of Nashville Wives.

But he was arrested early this morning after a very public, very drunken outburst in Nashville.

The song writers - who has penned such country hits as "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” and "That's How Country Boy's Roll" - was taken into custody around 2:50 a.m.

Dallas Davidson Mug Shot

According to TMZ sources, Davidson was imbibing at the Tin Roof in downtown Nashville when he got into a fight with various patrons.

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Colbie Caillat is aiming to inspire with her new music video.

The artist, who shined a spotlight on natural beauty with the lyric video for "Try," is doing so again with the actual video itself.

It features everyday women with and without makeup, along with Caillat herself slowing stripping away everything on her face that clouds her “real” beauty.

The Grammy winner co-wrote the ballad with Babyface over a year ago, doing so during a time when she was feeling tired from the pressures of being a woman in the entertainment realm.

"The song was from experience. I do try very hard," she recently told Glamour. "I think all girls - especially in this business - have to be polished, and if you don't then you're the one who looks bad. It's a lot of pressure."

Somewhere, Demi Lovato is nodding along in approval of the video. Check it out here:

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Paris Hilton is making another attempt to be relevant again.

And, tragically, it involves her singing.

Eight years after Hilton declared stars are blind, the former sex tape star has signed with Cash Money Records and released a single titled “Come Alive.”

Hilton (hilariously) has been working as a DJ and the track appropriately contains a dance-themed beat, along with such catchy lyrics as: "You make me smile/You make me dream/You make me feel alive."

The real question: To whom is this dedicated? Also: Who would ever download it?!?

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Ariana Grande dressed as a sexy space vixen on Twitter to tease the release of her new single "Break Free" last week.

Now the rising pop star is keeping the galactic theme going with a Star Wars-themed lyric video for her forthcoming hit. 

Ariana recently debuted the newest track from her upcoming album, My Everything, and the spacey lyric video she posted to YouTube is sure to appeal to fans who are already counting down the days until the Episode VII release date.

The clip kicks off with the iconic quote, "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away." The lyrics then zoom through space in a font and angle that's sure to be familiar to George Lucas devotees.

Sadly, while Ariana dropped F-bombs aplenty during a recent MTV appearance, her new song is entirely profanity-free.

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Attention, music fans: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young have reunited!

Sort of!

The Tonight Show host appeared in full Neil Young regalia Monday, doing his latest impression of the iconic artist for a cover of Iggy Azalea's Fancy and being joined on stage by David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash.

It's the sort of thing only Fallon can pull off. Watch him do so now:

Pretty cool, huh?

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While the hot dogs are being eaten and the patriotic cocktails consumed, you're probably going to want some tunes to groove to at your Fourth of July cookout.

Some musicians and bands out there are proudly shouting "Hey, we got your back!" Or, more appropriately, they've got your entertainment. 

Over 75 songs exist which contain the word "firework" or "fireworks" in the lyrics, though not many of them are actually about fireworks. Or the Fourth of July. 

Meh. Semantics, right?

We took the liberty of making you a Fourth of July playlist, featuring 11 songs titled "Fireworks." From Indie Rock to R&B, get ready to jam out before the skies light up with pyrotechnics:

Katy Perry - Firework (Official Video)
Katy Perry's "Firework" first appeared on her album Teenage Dreams.

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KABOOM!

No, that isn't the sound of July 4 fireworks arriving a day early. It's the sound Ariana Grande made Wednesday while performing live on MTV.

During a round of Hip-Hop Mix-Up on a special titled “Total Ariana Live,” Grande sang A$AP Rocky‘s “F-ckin’ Problems” in Broadway style... that also incorporated F Bomb after F Bomb.

The artist asked producers to bleep her out, but the censors couldn't keep up, leading to a curse-laden performance captured below on camera:

OOPS! Perhaps this selfie-obsessed singer should stick to taking self-portraits.

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Move over, Rebecca Black

Move way, way, way, way over.

An aspiring young artist named Rosa G has released a Fourth of July anthem appropriately titled "Fourth of July," coming out with the atrocious track just in time for this year's holiday.

The song features Rosa telling folks that they’re gonna need an “ice cold drink” because it’s hot outside and that she’s looking “real mean” while rocking some “SPF 15.”

It's hard to determine what is harder to believe: that someone wrote these lyrics... or that anyone could look more miserable than Rose singing them?

Listen and cringe now:

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At the BET Awards last night, Chris Brown made his post-prison stage debut.

Also, Robin Thicke once again made a plea to Paula Patton, attempting to serenade his estranged wife with the track "Forever Love."

But the First Couple of Music managed to steal the show from all other performers on Sunday.

Indeed, Beyonce and Jay Z stunned viewers via a taped rendition of "Partition," as the superstars closed the festivities with a sexy duet.

Queen B and Hova are in the middle of their "On the Run" tour, but you can catch up with the singers right here and now:

Pretty awesome, right?

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Robin Thicke was it again last night.

The turned the 2014 BET Awards into his own version of relationship therapy, dedicating the track "Forever Love" to estranged wife Paula Patton and telling the crowd prior to performing:

"I’d like to dedicate this song to my wife, and say, 'I miss you, and I’m sorry.' This is called Forever Love."

Thicke has pulled this maneuver numerous times since splitting from Patton several months ago.

He tried to get Patton back at the Billboard Music Awards in May and openly pleaded with the actress during various concert stops during his spring tour.

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