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Justin Timberkale is officially taking back the night.

The singer premiered the music video for his latest single - a nearly six-minute track - and shows off his famous dance moves across New York City.

Between dance circles with kids who can bust a move themselves, JT visits underground hot spots and nightclubs, as well as performs in an arena.

Here's his "Take Back the Night" music video:

If you're a fan of the singer, the first single off the second volume of The 20/20 Experience is a vintage pop-R&B, dance club track that surely won't disappoint.

What do you think of Justin's latest video?

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A Virginia Tech student recently asked Nirvana to record a video shout-out ... and may or may not be under the impression that Kurt Cobain is alive and/or a woman.

Nirvana's former label, Sub Pop, posted the letter they got from the VT student asking them to record this message to university students:

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  • Kurt Cobain Picture

"What's up, Virginia Tech? This is Nirvana! Just wanted to wish you guys a Happy Homecoming Week and good luck at the game this Saturday. LETS [sic] GO HOKIES!"

The student would be happy to link back to Nirvana's Facebook and Twitter accounts, they said, and then added this kicker to further make the case:

"It presents great publicity for them, as well as Virginia Tech loves Nirvana. We'd love to have her in our video." Alongside the Ying Yang Twins, no less.

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Katy Perry's new album Prism is coming out October 22, 2013.

That's the impression we get from this photo, at least ...

Katy Perry Prism

The singer reportedly arranged for an 18-wheeler to drive the streets of L.A. Monday, emblazoned with the large words "Katy Perry, Prism, 10.22.13."

A Tweet, press release or racy picture (a la Lady Gaga nude every other day) have involved fewer carbon emissions, but major points for creativity.

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Well, we were wrong.

It does get crazier than the Miley Cyrus "We Can't Stop" music video.

The singer has released a Director's Cut of the same video and it includes unusual footage that did not make the final version, such as Cyrus doing some living room karaoke… and pretending to flash the camera… and getting down with Amazing Ashley.

But fear not: the artist is still Twerking up a storm, dancing with a stuffed bear and doing whatever else reminds her of taking ecstasy in the new video. Take it all in now:

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In "Furred Lines," a group of dogs cover Robin Thicke's summer anthem "Blurred Lines."

It's not nearly as likely to be banned by YouTube as the original, but it may also go viral!

In The Pet Collective's furry, funny parody, suggestive "Blurred Lines" lyrics like "you're a good girl" take on an entirely new meaning. Think about it.

"Stay if you want it. Sit if you want it. Beg if you want it." You're an animal.

Dogs also recently covered the Miley Cyrus Twerking ballad "We Can't Stop" with their own rendition "We Can Bark." We sense a theme here.

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Katy Perry revealed at the premiere of The Smurfs 2 in L.A. this weekend that she secretly recorded backing vocals on Britney Spears' "Ooh La La"!

The catchy pop tune was written by frequent Perry collaborator Bonnie McKee.

"Me and Bonnie secretly did background vocals on that song," Perry said.

"So maybe listen for our voices."

Will Katy Perry and Britney Spears collaborate on a real duet sometime soon? We can only hope, but in the meantime, listen to their unofficial one above.

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It's a question they have both received throughout their career:

Who is that song about?

Carly Simon has been grilled numerous times regarding her past relationships with Mick Jagger to Warren Beatty, while Taylor Swift continues to be asked about John Mayer... Nick Jonas... Jake Gyllenhaal and many others.

So it was only appropriate Saturday night at Gillette Stadium for Swift to bring Simon out and for the pair to duet on "You're So Vain." Watch the performance now:

Follow our link for plenty more Taylor Swift videos from her ongoing tour!

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She's not on her own in real life, as Miley Cyrus continues to insist:

She and Liam Hemsworth are very much engaged.

But the singer has gone acoustic in a new video, releasing a new "Backyard Sessions" cover of the Les Miserables classic "On My Own." Give it a listen now:

What do you think? Should Cyrus stick to Twerking? Or does she have a future without any musical accompaniment?

What do you think of Miley's new cover?

 

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Lady Gaga has revealed the first single from her upcoming album ARTPOP, as well as the cover art that surprisingly does not feature Lady Gaga nude!

"Applause" drops August 19, with ARTPOP in its entirety arriving November 11.

Lady Gaga "Applause" Cover

Shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, the "Applause" cover photo is a theatrical snapshot of the star, her face covered by tears and rainbow makeup.

Gaga tells Women's Wear Daily that the song "is very fun" and "full of happiness, because what I'm saying in the song essentially is that I live for the applause."

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According to a new set of rumors, Nicki Minaj has responded to DJ Khaled's proposal from last week...

... but not in the way this musician was hoping.

In front of MTV News cameras last week, Khaled told Minaj that he loves her and is going to be honest and wants her to be his and concluded:

"Nicki Minaj, will you marry me?"

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The artist is yet to respond publicly to the unexpected question - and $500,000 engagement ring - but sources tell Atlanta Black Star that Minaj filed for a restraining order against Khaled.

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