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More than just rumor has it, folks:

Adele is close to making her comeback!

Via the official World Music Awards Twitter account, the singer appears to have announced that she will soon release a new album and also going on tour to support it.

With her first two albums titled "19" and "21,” based on her age when she recorded them, Adele is set to release "25."

Adele Tour Annoucement

(Yes, Adele was 25 last year, when new material would have been created.)

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In the world of hip hop, many artists have adopted "Lil," a popular prefix typically perceived as the short form of "little," as part of their stage names.

Among rappers, who often spell it with an apostrophe as "Lil'" or "Li'l" as well as simply "Lil," this moniker is shared by at least a baker's dozen.

Rap music in general remains a male-dominated genre with a few notable exceptions, and the use of Lil is no different in terms of gender breakdown.

Some of the better known users of Lil are anything but when it comes to success, having put up big time sales, while others are ... well, Lil known.

From bona fide hit-makers to those we've only heard of because they crash with Justin Bieber, let's take a look at 13 rappers who go by Lil below!

Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne, a.k.a. Tunechi a.k.a. Weezy a.k.a. Dwayne Michael Carter III, is the biggest hit-maker of all the LIL rappers.

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Paris Hilton has come out with the official music video for "Come Alive."

It features  rainbow. And a unicorn. Many blooming flowers. And the socialite wearing angel wings, a flower crown and a great deal of sequins.

Hilton recently told E! News she "wanted [the video] to be something that was very magical, ethereal, just very fantasy like."

And it's safe to say succeeded... and then some. Check it out for yourself now:

How about those nails? How about that fairy outfit? How about the fact that Hilton is set to release her second studio album?!?

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Weird Al Yankovic has managed to already top himself.

Just a day after going viral with "Tacky," a parody of Pharrell's monster hit "Happy," the creative musician is back with "Word Crimes."

This time around, Weird Al is taking on everyone's favorite target, Robin Thicke, keeping the general rhythm of his smash "Blurred Lines," but making the track all about grammar instead of, you know, quasi rape.

There is no Miley Cyrus twerking in this video. But there is a lot of talk about definitions and ​punctuations.

Don't be a moran, people. Give it a listen now:

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Jenny Lewis has released the music video for a song off her first solo album in six years. 

But that's not the big takeaway from this footage, set to the single "Just One of the Guys."

Instead, the video quickly went viral because it features stars such as Anne Hathaway and Kristen Stewart… in drag!

Donning a mustache may not be the ideal way for Stewart to win back Robert Pattinson, but it does help the actress shed her serious image.

Brie Larson and Tennessee Thomas also act like men for a bit in the video, which ought to help push Lewis’ “The Voyager.” That album comes out on July 29. Check it out now:

Not exactly the collaboration you expected, was it?

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Demi Lovato has debuted the cover art for her latest hit single.

Titled "Really Don't Care," the track's video featured boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, while Lovato revealed the aforementioned artwork to Ryan Seacrest last night.

Let's take a look at it, shall we?

Demi Lovato Really Don't Care Cover Art

The young artist also opened up to the American Idol host about the meaning behind this song.

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Weird Al Yankovic is back with his latest music video parody, and it lives up to his high standards. "Tacky" is a parody of (you guessed it) Pharrell's "Happy."

The master lyricist, satirist and long-haired accordion god dropped the star-studded video - the first of his #8videos8days project - earlier today on Nerdist.

Check out the official "Tacky" video and watch for guest appearances from Aisha Tyler, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, Kristen Schaal and Jack Black:

“We’re going to have some fun today!” Al told the site before the video was filmed. “Thank you, Pharrell; I really appreciate it - you’re a cool guy."

Weird Al does not need permission to spoof these hit songs in his unique style; since they're parodies, his rights to do so are legally protected.

He always gets it anyway, though, so there's no bad blood and the original artist approves. Knowing Pharrell signed off on this makes it even better.

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The following video features the cover of a song from Frozen and... WAIT! COME BACK!

The song is not "Let It Go."

But that's not the only reason you should watch: the duet partners are a young cancer patient and her male nurse, the latter of whom definitely knows his Disney animated classic.

Watch this unexpected twosome sing "Love Is an Open Door" and prepare to have your heart completely melt in 3... 2... 1...

Impressive and moving, right? Even more so than this dad getting REALLY into Let It Go.

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Was it hot yesterday in Brazil?

Or was it just Shakira?

Donning a red bodysuit and shaking her truth-telling hips, The Voice judge helped close out the 2014 World Cup by performing "La la la (Brazil 2014)" on the field pitch prior to Germany playing Argentina in the final match.

The German would go on to win 1-0, but many viewers would go on to only remember the sight of Shakira singing, shaking and gyrating in front of thousands in the stands and millions watching at home.

Watch the sexy samba performance now and beware of getting drool on your keyboard:

We already knew Shakira was into hips, but who knew she has such a passion for feet as well?!?

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Tommy Ramone, the last surviving member of iconic punk rock group The Ramones, died on Friday, a business associate has confirmed.

He was 62 years old.

Tommy Ramone pic

No further details on Ramone’s death have been released, but his passing was announced by Dave Frey, who works for Ramones Productions and Silent Partner Management.

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