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Miley Cyrus may not have been flirting with Justin Bieber a couple Saturdays ago at a late-night party, but the singer was flirting with history last week.

And now she's made some of her own.

The artist's "We Can't Stop" music video music video has set a record for most views in a 24-hour period, with 10.7 million hits upon its release last week.

That just barely topped Bieber's mammoth hit "Beauty and Beat," which amassed 10.6 million in a single day in October 2012. Way to go, Miles!

Cyrus took to the Jimmy Kimmel Live stage last night to celebrate with a rendition of the hit ... with slightly less Twerking than the official video:

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Chris Brown and Justin Bieber are collaborating on new music again - and "Actin' Up" - with rapper Asher Roth on his latest, appropriately-titled single.

Biebs and Breezy, both of whom are making headlines constantly for "Actin' Up," rap on the new tune, which features a few telling lyrics in the chorus:

"I don't really give a f--k, they said I ain't old enough, but I be young and acting up," Roth, who was signed in '08 by JB's manager Scooter Braun, sings.

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Let's focus on some Justin Bieber music, shall we?

Forget this singer allegedly stiffing a skydiving company. Ignore that talk about him order condoms and jelly beans from a hotel. And look past those reckless driving allegations.

For about three minutes, at least.

And feast your eyes on Bieber in concert last night in Los Angeles, belting out a version of "Boyfriend" at Staples Center... without his shirt on! Sit back and enjoy, readers. You are very welcome...

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One Direction has made a major announcement: It's coming out with the Best Song Ever!

No, really. That's the title of the group's next single.

One Direction in Miami

The track will be released on July 22 and be the first song off the band's third studio album, which hits stores and iTunes later this year.

In a press release, Best Song Ever is described as "another memorable modern-pop classic," with One Direction prepared to open the 2013 Teen Choice Awards with a live performance of it.

And while you're here, go support the boys via this One Direction shirt!

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Today, the 25th of June, is Michael Jackson's death anniversary.

The King of Pop died four years ago at the age of 50 from cardiac arrest, for which Dr. Conrad Murray was eventually found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

Michael may be gone, but four years later, his legacy lives on.

While his demise introduced a new generation of fans and reinvigorated his loyal followers to his musical greatness, he has not rested entirely in peace.

The Moonwalk

The personal problems and eccentricities that dominated news when he was alive have continued to do so in the aftermath of his tragic passing.

Jackson’s children, Prince, Blanket and Paris Jackson, who he worked so hard to ensure would be normal and well-adjusted, have had a tough time.

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President Barack Obama is up all night to get lucky.

The Commander-in-Chief "sings" as much in the latest music video splicing together clips from his speeches to form the lyrics of a Top 40 hit.

Here, B.O. takes on Daft Punk featuring Pharrell:

For a guy whose year has been scandal-filled, rather than fun-filled, but maybe singing one of 2013's hottest jams will help shift public opinion.

Eh, wouldn't count on it. But it is good comedy.

Other smash hits covered by Barack:

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Last night, Demi Lovato gave thanks to her fans for sending their thoughts and prayer in light of her father's death.

And now the singer's fans have a reason to thank her: Lovato has given us a look at the cover art for her upcoming single, "Made in the USA."

It's a black-and-white shot of the 20-year old in a leather jacket, biting her collar and smiling coyly. We can also clearly make out the cross tattoo on her right hand:

Demi Lovato Single Cover Photo

"Made in the USA" hits Top 40 Radio this Thursday, just in time for July 4.

Demi, of course, recently released a new album. She hopes Ben Stiller buys it.

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Bobby "Blue" Bland, an influential soul and blues musician behind many hits from the 1940s and beyond, died Sunday in Memphis at the age of 83.

BBBland

"The Lion of the Blues” or “Sinatra of the Blues” was revered as a pioneer of blues and soul with a career dating back to the early blues and R&B sound.

Bobby "Blue" Bland packed elements of gospel, blues, pop, country, jazz and R&B into emotionally raw performances that became a standard for the genre.

He never quite achieved the crossover and radio success of peers such as Ray Charles and B.B. King, who he even imitated in early recordings.

Nevertheless, he remained a fixture on the R&B charts and tour circuit for decades and is one of the top 25 bestselling R&B artists of modern times.

As a testament to his career, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and received a lifetime achievement Grammy in 1997.

Bland died from complications of an ongoing illness. RIP.

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The Ying Yang Twins are there for you, Miley Cyrus.

Due to the singer's affection for Twerking - as noted in this amazing Miley Cyrus Twerking video - Kaine and D-Roc have written a track in honor of Miley and this butt-shaking dance.

"Our fans have been starving for some authentic twerk music. Seeing that Miley Cyrus wants to show the world she is grown by twerking, we decided to give her a little help," they said.

Miley Cyrus Twerks

Visit TMZ now for the audio, but the lyrics include such winning verses as:

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The Wu-Tang Clan performed at Bonnaroo 2013, which would have been noteworthy enough, but it was an unexpected attendee who stole the show:

Their American Sign Language interpreter!

As the remaining members of the legendary hip-hop group did their thing, the palpable energy was almost upstaged by the moves of the ASL translator.

That's signing with swag, people!

Between this woman and Lydia Callis, Michael Bloomberg's ASL interpreter who became a viral star after Superstorm Sandy, sign language has never been so cool!

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