by Free Britney at . Comments

Big Sean and Ariana Grande are making beautiful music together.

This is literally the case. And possibly true in other ways, as well.

Big Sean and Ariana Grande on Stage

The couple's relationship status has been the topic of much debate, although there's not much to debate about Ariana Grande and Big Sean dating.

They're totally together, even if they try to keep the public declarations of love low-key. We can't blame them for that, but we also can't help but note the chemistry.

On that topic - at least as it pertains to their music - Sean opened up.

"I was the first rapper to perform at the White House," he told MTV.

"I performed there with Ariana, so that was an honor. [We] make a lot of music together and the chemistry between me and her when we work is great."

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The dog in the following video just came off surgery and, like these hilarious dogs, he's stoned out of his adorable mind at the moment.

His owner - for reasons that will forever remain hysterically confounding - has decided to entertain her pet by placing him in front of her computer screen...

... which is playing a Nicki Minaj fart video, which is parodying the famous Nicki Minaj Anaconda video.

It's confusing, we know. But it's also easy to understand once you actually press Play and watch in amazement as Eugene gets mesmerized by Minaj's rear end and the sounds emanating from it.

Who thinks to do something like this? Who knows? Who cares?!?

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When CBS pulled Rihanna’s NFL intro to its first-ever Thursday Night Football telecast last week, it was a questionable but more or less accepted move.

Some felt it was unfair to punish Rihanna, a domestic violence survivor, but given the astonishing Ray Rice video and controversy, CBS nixed her intro.

Now that they want to slide her music back in this week, however? Well, there's at least one individual who seems pretty unhappy with the decision:

Rihanna NFL Tweet

Last week, CBS said playing a pop song didn’t fit with the serious tone of its hour-long pregame show, almost half of which was dedicated to Rice.

The first 25 minutes focused exclusively on the player's release by the Baltimore Ravens, who were playing that night, and indefinite suspension.

In the aftermath of the video of him striking his now-wife Janay Palmer, the pregame show coverage included a plea by James Brown to stop domestic violence.

“We thought journalistically and from a tone standpoint, we had to have the appropriate tone and coverage,” CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said.

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Ariana Grande and Chris Brown play star-crossed lovers in medieval times in their official music video for their long-awaited duet, "Don't Be Gone Too Long."

Months after teasing the song, which was derailed (like his career in general) by Brown's legal problems, the throbbing, electro-dance track is finally here.

Is it any good? Is she foolish for working with this guy? We'll let you decide that.

The two singers play characters who are smitten with one another, yet forbidden to act as such, in the video. Grande is a princess, controlled by an evil king.

Chris appears to be her commoner/peasant boyfriend of sorts. Not the evil king.

The medieval footage is juxtaposed with modern-day dance clips of the stars.

At one point, Ariana Grande (in full ballerina costume) does a split, walks on the tips of her toes and gets super close with Chris, lifting her leg onto his shoulder.

Avert your eyes, Big Sean. Avert your eyes.

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Big Sean has released a song titled “I Don’t F–k With You” on Friday, and while he doesn't call out ex-fiancee Naya Rivera by name, the allusions are obvious.

The couple split earlier this year, having been engaged; Naya Rivera married Ryan Dorsey months later, using the wedding plans she made with Sean.

The rapper's take? He don't give a f--k, according to this song.

He refers to a “little stupid a$$ bitch” and declares that he’s pretty much over it. “I don’t give a f–k about you or anything that you do,” says the chorus.

It continues, “I heard you got a new man. I see you taking a pic. Then you post it up thinking that it’s making me sick. Bitch I got no feelings to go."

"I swear I had it up to here I’ve got no ceilings to go. I mean for real, f–k how you feel ... I ain't f--kin' with you, I got a million other things that I'd rather f--kin' do.”

Like Ariana Grande.

Big Sean is dating the 21-year-old songbird, a frequent collaborator, at the moment, and judging from his latest song lyrics, he’s pretty happy about it.

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Kristen Wiig and Ellen DeGeneres are apparently the only two people on the planet who have not seen Frozen.

But that didn't stop the actress and the comedian from singing their own version of "Let It Go" when Wiig stopped by the latter's talk show this week.

Their own terrible or their own awesome version, that is, depending on your viewpoint.

How does Wiig and Degeneres' Let It Go cover compare to the many, many, MANY other Let It Go covers across the Internet? Watch and grade it for yourself now:

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Even though "Blurred Lines" was 2013's undisputed "song of the summer" the catchy smash hit has since become a source of never-ending headaches for its singer, Robin Thicke.

Laying It on Thicke

Thicke is being sued over "Blurred Lines" by the family of legendary soul singer Marvin Gaye. They claim that Thicke stole the rhythm and basic melody of the song from Gaye's 1977 classic "Got to Give It Up."

Thicke basically admits that "Lines" is plagiarized in a bizarre, rambling deposition that just went public today. However, he says he's not responsible, as his collaborator Pharrell "wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself."

"I was high on Vicodin and alcohol when I showed up to the studio," Thicke tells lawyers when asked about the song. "I thought I wanted...I wanted to be more involved than I was by the time nine months later when the song became a huge hit...I was jealous and wanted some of the credit."

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Miley Cyrus kept her clothes on for a performance in San Juan over the weekend.

But now the singer is under fire for wearing something extra on stage.

During a performance of the track "23," Cyrus donned a prosthetic rear end while Twerking, with some in attendance even noting that the fake body part was a darker shade than Miley's skin color.

See for yourself:

Cyrus and a few fellow artists (Katy Perry, Taylor Swift) have drawn ire over the past several months for stereotyping African-American women, either using them as faceless props to Twerk or outwardly mocking them, as Miley appears to be doing here.

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Altogether now: “Haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate..."

On an edition of E! News last Thursday, bullying Dance Moms choreographer took aim at Taylor Swift, saying she isn’t a fan of the singer’s dance moves in the video for "Shake It Off."

"She should have had the Abby Lee Miller Treatment as a child," Miller said. "The dancers are wonderful. I love Taylor Swift - I think she's a great role model for the girls - but I like her sitting in a chair with her guitar, singing."

Bring It On
What do you have to say about cheerleaders NOW, Taylor?

Clearly, Miller doesn't get it, a fact we deride each week when we watch Dance Moms online and see her clash with parents.

Swift knows she's an awkward dancer. She's embracing that fact in her latest video. Sheesh!

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Oops! Kanye West's bad!

In an awesomely hilarious clip from the rapper's concert in Australia Friday night, West refused to sing a track unless EVERYONE in the crowd got on their feet.

And all attendees heeded the artist's order almost immediately... except two rebels.

“This is the longest I’ve had to wait,” Kanye said of the pair who refused to get out of their seat, openly telling the crowd that he was waiting on them before he would rap another note.

The only problem, as Kanye was eventually told? Those two folks were in wheelchairs.

"That's fine," West relented, breaking into the song and, hopefully, feeling a bit embarrassed about the incident.

The husband of Kim Kardashian was actually hospitalized earlier in the week for a migraine, with insiders saying he's totally fine and others saying he acted like a total douche to patients and doctors.

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