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Cats are taking over the Internet.

This has been the case for years now, we know, but the last few weeks have given us a cat who plays Jenga and a cat who saves the life of a boy being attacked by a dog.

Also, cats who keep the beat to Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What."

Now, we present cats creating their own version of Ariana Grande's smash hit, "Problem."

The lyrics have been changed in the most purr-fect of ways, making this a must-listen for pet lovers around the globe. Enjoy!

It doesn't get much cuter than that...

... or does it?!?

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Demi Lovato took a few moments today to stop talking about her belief in mermaids and to start doing what she does best:


The young singer helped wake up Central Park with multiple performances, belting out versions of “Neon Lights” and “Heart Attack” and welcoming special guest Cher Lloyd for “Really Don’t Care."

Watch Lovato in action now:

The Demi Lovato world tour kicks off on September 6 in Maryland and wraps up in New Jersey on October 25.

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Alanis Morissette's epic breakup anthem "You Oughta Know" was inspired by Dave Coulier, or so the urban legend goes. But was it really?

When you hear Coulier's name, you either picture his epic mullet from Full House or the fact that Uncle Joey from Full House inspired "You Oughta Know."

That's how associated he is with the song, widely believed to be inspired by him being an a--hole to Alanis. Dave is singing a different tune now, though.

In a recent interview, Coulier says that yes, he dated Alanis Morissette dated, but there's no way he had anything to do with the 1995 smash hit.

"You know, it's just funny to be the supposed subject of that song," he said. "First of all, the guy in that song is a real a-hole, so I don't want to be that guy."

No one wants to be ... but is he?

Coulier says that we all think this only because he inadvertently started what he now calls a myth by jokingly admitting to being the song's subject.

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When most people are recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery, they rely on a heavy dose of painkillers, Netflix and self-pity to pass the time.

Ashish Patel clearly is not most people.

The music fan decided to harness the power of song - and Snapchat - to distract himself and treat us all to a compilation of magical pop covers:

And here we thought that Snapchat was only used for five-second clips of Rihanna Twerking or drunkenly sending pics of your junk to hookup buddies.

You're never too old to learn something.

Patel made good use of the popular app’s drawing feature to transform himself into a number of popular musicians while lip syncing to their tunes.

Seriously. Talk about making the most of your recuperation. Well done, Ashish ... now please do up these 21 summer jams for an encore ASAP:

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The Young Money Entertainment crew is sticking up for Justin Bieber.

Speaking on behalf of his company, President Mack Maine tells TMZ that he's viewed the Justin Bieber N Word video - along with the footage of Bieber referencing the KKK - and that he has no hard feelings against the artist.

"Bieber does not have a slave mentality. He treats his people with respect," Maine says.

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  • Justin Bieber Mustache Fail

Maine goes on to say Bieber has "legitimately adopted the culture of the hip hop, African American culture,” that his actions speak a lot louder than these immature words.

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The biggest names in country music came out Wednesday night for the 2014 CMT Music Awards, and by and large, the big names took home the big honors.

Carrie Underwood won biggest overall, taking home Video of the Year for “See You Again,” an honor that came after she performed a duet opposite Miranda Lambert on “Somethin Bad.”

  • Carrie Underwood at CMT Awards
  • Luke Bryan at CMT Awards

Elsewhere, Cassadee Pope of The Voice fame was handed her first ever buckle… by former mentor Blake Shelton, while Luke Bryan took home a pair of trophies and Shelton himself earned a major one.

Let's take a look at the full list of CMT Awards winners, shall we?

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Not even the Coors Light twins love their beer as much as the man in the following video.

His name is Jesse Stewart and he’s using a mandolin to come up with his own (surprisingly catchy) version of Donnie Dumphy’s “Cry Tunes.”

But this is not just any version of a song. It's one dedicated to the ice cold bottle of beer a friend of Stewart's is holding in front of the camera.

So, without further adieu, take it away, Jesse!

This is the best thing to happen to beer since those beer-flavored jelly beans.

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Don't worry, Michael Jackson.

Annie will be more than okay after she watches the following video.

Brett Nichols, the impersonator who shot to viral fame after dancing to Billie Jean at a high school talent contest, is back with his take on another MJ classic.

This time, Nichols is moving, shaking and moonwalking to "Smooth Criminal." It's amazing. You must watch now:

Brett's initial impersonation was so impressive that he was actually invited to Vegas by Jackson's estate.

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New Miley Cyrus footage has hit the Internet.

No, the artist isn't smoking weed or bugging out this time around.

Nor is she drinking vodka and rapping and causing much concern across her Instagram fan base.

Instead, a track that did not make the final “Bangerz” cut has been leaked over the Internet.

It is titled “Pretty Girls (Fun),” it is produced by Mike WiLL Made I and it features the vocal work of E-40, Juicy J and Ty Dolla $ign.

Clocking in at under two-and-a-half minutes, the song appears to be unfinished. But it's still worth a listen if you're a Miley supporter:

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Musicians are forever pushing the envelope, honing their crafts, stretching their limits.

Or they're just trying to get as many #1 hits as possible in order to sell more records and make more money to buy big cribs with multi-car garages and basketball courts in the basement.

To that end, artists frequently collaborate with other artists to experiment with style and sound. Sometimes they cross the genre lines and what results is... unexpected. 

Nearly an entire season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta was dedicated to Kandi Burruss' quest for songwriting credits in Country music and she teamed up with Sara Evans to make it happen.

Some of these collaborations are wildly more successful than others, but when rap meets country or when pop meets metal, it feels weird. So weird it's good.

Here are 11 weird musical collaborations that totally work. Get ready to groove!

Katy Perry and Juicy J - Dark Horse
Academy Award winner Juicy J's inclusion on Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" made the song sure to be a hit instead of a, well, dark horse.