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A Tweet from Justin Timberlake drew thousands of fans to Hoboken, N.J., for a brief, surprise concert this week, with a lucky 150 getting to see him live.

The occasion was a commercial shoot for a new Target ad. The venue? Maxwell's, a revered Hoboken music club which closed on July 31 after 35 years.

"Join me & @Target tonight for just one song. Let's 'Take Back the Night.' First 150 get in. See you there!" the superstar singer, 32, wrote on Twitter.

Within minutes, thousands of fans and the news media descended on the club. Police had to bring out loudspeakers to try to keep the scene orderly.

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Well... at least no foam finger is involved.

Fresh off a VMA Twerking-fest that continues to rock the Internet, Miley Cyrus has released a new set of promotional photos in anticipation of her October 8 release, "Bangerz."

They feature the 20-year old singer grabbing her crotch... not wearing pants... and holding balloons. And that's just the first three! Check them out now:

  • Miley Cyrus Bangerz Pic
  • Miley Cyrus With No Pants
  • Miley Cyrus with Balloons

Criticism against Miley appears to be never-ending as a result of her Video Music Awards thrusting and gyrating, but the artist doesn't seem to care.

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The wait is over: Jay Z's "Holy Grail" music video has been released.

Check out his epic collaboration with Justin Timberlake below!

The first single off H.O.V.A.'s 12th studio album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, samples Nirvana's grunge rock anthem "Smells Like Teen Spirit," sung by J.T.

Timberlake certainly makes his mark, but it's still Jay's show.

The stop-start nature of the video makes for a bit of a disjointed experience, and there are also moments in which Jay Z's voice is intentionally slowed down.

But that's precisely the idea of "Holy Grail," which strives to bring together a set of cinematic images in an artistic display that is nothing short of groundbreaking.

Does it succeed in that ambitious goal? Tell us below:

What do you think of "Holy Grail"?

 

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Kendrick Lamar spoke for the first time about his controversial verse on Big Sean's "Control" this week, and he says it's all about leaving a mark on the genre.

Lamar told Los Angeles radio station Power 106, saying he just wanted to rap and that the purpose of the verse wasn't merely to put people on notice.

"I think it's a case of maybe I should dumb down my lyrics just a little bit," Lamar laughed as he addressed the particularly inflammatory "king of New York" claim.

"The irony of that line is that the people who actually understood it and got it were the actual kings of New York, you know, me sitting down with them this past week."

Lamar, who met with Jay-Z and Diddy, says they know it's "not about being the king of whatever coast, it's about leaving a mark as great as Biggie, as great as [2Pac]."

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Lady Gaga has offered her Little Monsters a sneak preview of her new song "Swine" as she rehearsed for the iTunes Festival in London Sunday.

Gaga tweeted the link to a video of her singing, playing the drums and playing the keyboard on her official YouTube page. Check it out right here:

"I know you want me. You're just a pig in a human's body," the 27-year-old croons in one lyric. "Squealer, squealer, squeal out! You're so disgusting."

"You're just a pig inside. Swine."

If she were Taylor Swift, we'd immediately be guessing who she could be talking about. Okay, we still are, but the options are less obvious and numerous.

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Tracy Moutafis' back-to-school excitement simply cannot be contained.

For five years, the mom of two has been posting a celebratory video of herself dancing as her kids' school bus pulls away for the first time that fall.

Summer is long when you have kids, as parents everywhere know.

Her 2012 "Celebration" dance made her a bona fide Internet sensation, and now she's back with her latest performance - to N SYNC's "Bye Bye Bye"!

Appropriate choice, given Sunday's N SYNC reunion. Watch:

Moutafis told GMA that while she loves her kids, she looks forward to "lots of mommy time" when the two little boys are no longer home for the summer.

Bye bye bye, George and Angelo!

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Enough with the Taylor Swift controversy.

Let's forget that awkward booing for a moment.

And that Miley Cyrus Video Music Awards performance? Unimpressive, but irrelevant at the moment.

One Direction took to the America's Got Talent stage last night and made it all about the music, belting out a version of "Best Song Ever" in front of such an enthusiastic crowd that it basically turned into a sing-along. Watch the boys do their cute thing now:

And for more One Direction fun, relive the official music video below for "Best Song Ever."

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This Twerking thing may be getting out of control.

The Oxford Dictionary has added the word as a verb and Miley Cyrus brought the dance move to a whole new level at the MTV Video Music Awards, causing some to refer to her as racist.

And now? Well... Lil Twist has teamed with his BFF Justin Bieber and Miley on a track titled "Twerk." Seriously. For real. This thing exists.

Dare to listen to the song here:

What's next?! Will Lil Twist change his name to Lil Twerk?!

Oh no. We're gonna regret making that joke, aren't we?

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Drake's album cover for Nothing Was the Same has been released, and has people wondering if he's paying homage to none other than Blue Ivy Carter.

See below:

Drake "Nothing Was the Same" Album Cover

Created by artist Kadir Nelson, the album cover portrays Drake against a cloudy blue sky facing a young African-American child with an adorable afro.

Many fans believed - and not entirely unreasonably - was Jay-Z and Beyonce's adorable baby daughter Blue Ivy. But it is NOT the case.

The cutie is, instead, a younger version of ... Drake himself! He explains:

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Are the other members of N SYNC upset with Justin Timberlake for their small role in his epic 15-minute performance at the MTV Video Music Awards?

In case you missed it - which would be understandable if you so much as blinked - the much-touted N Sync reunion Sunday night was pretty minimal.

Joey Fatone, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chasez joined JT for a brief medley of the boy band's hits "Gone," "Girlfriend" and "Bye, Bye, Bye."

But that was it, a quick interlude in an acclaimed performance carried by Timberlake himself before and after the group took the stage in Brooklyn.

"They were pushing for more," an insider tells Us Weekly.

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