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You've seen the Catching Fire trailer.

You've seen the Catching Fire portraits.

And soon you'll hear the Catching Fire theme song... performed by Coldplay! Director Francis Lawrence confirmed the participation of this group in a statement today.

Liam Hemsworth,Jennifer Lawrence and Sam Claflin

"I have great respect and admiration for Coldplay, and we are thrilled with how well they have connected to the themes and ideas within the film," Lawrence said. "Their unwavering passion and excitement for the project elevated the collaboration even further, and we can't wait to share this music with audiences around the world."

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Jay-Z allegedly had back problems while filming a 10-minute performance video for "Picasso Baby" this week ... because Jemima Kirke was hanging on it.

According to sources at midtown’s Pace Gallery, he needed help from security to lighten the load as the Girls actress "clung to him like a cheap suit."

The shoot began innocently enough, with Hova serenading her, and the smiley actress keeping it together as she let down her hair and grinned away.

A short time later, the video cut to Kirke ALL over Jay as he rapped to the crowd.

“She was acting totally nuts!” said a witness who watched Kirke climb onto Jay’s back and hold on tightly as the hip-hop superstar "walked about."

“She kept jumping on his back like a little monkey."

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It turns out that Wagner the White Shepherd is not the only fan of Daft Punk.

On last night's Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert and a few famous friends kicked off "StePhest Colbchella  '013" by dancing around to "Get Lucky," roller skating and spinning like there's no tomorrow.

Watch now as Jeff Bridges, Bryan Cranston, Matt Damon and others get down to the song of the summer:

Seriously, Obama was on The Tonight Show yesterday, yet this performance has stolen all the late-night headlines.

It's easy to see why.

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Get ready for Eli and Peyton Manning coming at you like you’ve never seen them before ... and maybe never want to see the NFL stars ever again.

In a video equally fascinating, amusing and disturbing, the Giants and Broncons quarterbacks rap in a video/commercial for DirecTV’s Sunday Ticket.

Check out the three-minute spot below:

Even their dad Archie Manning, the family patriarch, makes a cameo, sitting on a throne and wearing a wig that defies any attempt at comprehension.

In addition to rapping, the Mannings have won a combined three Super Bowls and appeared together in previous commercials, as well as hosting SNL.

No word on whether either one is considering a career in music once they're out of the NFL, or if this effort will hurt their fantasy football QB rankings.

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Miley Cyrus has revealed that her new album will be called “BANGERZ.”

The Twerking sensation promised to share the album’s name once she hit 13 million followers on Twitter, and that's just what she did, fittingly announcing:

“13 million #BANGERZ.”

  • Miley Bends Over
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What is the meaning of the title, you ask?

“If you don’t know why my record is called BANGERZ you’ll know as soon as you hear it," Miley helpfully elaborated. "Nothin but #BANGERZ.”

#WERD.

Cyrus released the single “We Can’t Stop” off of the album earlier this summer, setting the Internet ablaze with its bizarrely memorable music video.

Check it out after the jump, #BANGERZ.

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Jazz musician George Duke, known as one of the greats in his genre and an influence on countless artists, died Monday in Los Angeles at age 67.

The Duke

A pioneer in funk and R&B as well as jazz, he had been battling chronic lymphocytic leukemia, according to Concord Music Group, which confirmed his death.

His son, Rashid Duke, said in a statement on Monday:

"The outpouring of love and support that we have received from my father's friends, fans and the entire music community has been overwhelming."

"Thank you all for your concern, prayers and support."

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Chris Brown is talking retirement at the age of 24, and it all boils down to fame and how he believes he's being treated by the media and public at large.

“Don’t worry mainstream America," the R&B singer Tweeted.

"After this X album, it’ll probably be my last album.”

Brown then tweeted, “Being famous is amazing when it’s for ur music and talent. I’m tired of being famous for a mistake I made when i was 18. I’m cool & over it!”

Chris' declarations came hours after he turned himself into jail in connection with the hit-and-run incident this spring that may cost him his probation.

He was booked but released on his own recognizance (below).

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We have a challenger to that dog who sings along to Adele.

Meet Wagner. He's a White Shepherd with an apparent fondness for Daft Punk, as his owner makes clear in this adorable video.

As soon as "Get Lucky" hits, Wagner awakens from a nap, howls along with the up-tempo track... and then collapses back asleep once it ends.

Is he as talented as Amanda Seyfriend's dog? Maybe not. But that is quite the high bar to set. Watch Wagner do his musical thing now:

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Cookie Monster is branching out.

The dessert-loving puppet is taking a swing at singing in a new music video, covering the Icona Pop classic "I Want It" for a track he has titled "Me Want It (But Me Wait)."

In the song, Cookie Monster goes on about learning to wait until the perfect time to chow down on his desired chocolate treats, as helps viewers learn about portion control.

Watch now and then compare this single to Cookie's other famous cover, "Share It Maybe."

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Jay-Z may not have intended "Empire State of Mind" for daughter Blue Ivy.

But the new album "Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of Jay-Z" now makes it possible for this superstar to play his rap anthem for little Blue and children of all ages around the world.

Entertainment Weekly has debuted the video that accompanies this soothing track, which features a teddy bear making his way around The Big Apple.

It's cute, it's melodic and it trades in loud beats for the gentle tones of a xylophone. Listen below and preorder the CD now off Amazon ...

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