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The THG Way Too Talented Kid of the Day Award hereby goes to this adorable seven-year-old girl, who's been turning heads online with her guitar work.

Listen to her perform Guns N' Roses' classic "Sweet Child O' Mine" ...

The really cool part - besides her age and the fact that she plays so well - is how she transitions between Slash's lead / solo and Izzy Stradlin's rhythm guitar.

Like it's not even a thing, either. Someone get her a record deal!

What did your kid do today? Probably not cover "Paradise City," but then again, this one threw back a foul ball at the A's game... so the bar is set pretty low.

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Pitbull has released a response to Jay-Z's "Open Letter", which itself was a response to politicians critical of his recent trip to Cuba with Beyonce.

We know. It's confusing, and his song lyrics make it even more so.

Pitbull, a.k.a. Mr. Worldwide, is a rapper known for everybody-come-together-and-party anthems and not for subtlety or wading into political waters.

His "Open Letter" is certainly ... different.

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The Catching Fire trailer was not all that debuted at the MTV Movie Awards.

Selena Gomez also took to this highly-anticipated stage and performed her new single for the first time in front of an audience.

Introduced by a pregnant Kim Kardashian and decked out in all red, the young star impressed with a rendition of "Come and Get It."

Watch Selena in action now and realize: she doesn't need no Justin Bieber! This artist is doing just find on her own, thank you very much!

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PSY is back with a new song, signature dance and funny music video.

We can pretty much guarantee lightning won't strike twice for the Korean pop star, but "Gentleman" could still be successful as a follow-up to "Gangnam Style."

With PSY's catchy beat, outlandish outfits, trademark shades, absurd visuals and wooing of K-pop star Ga-In (of girl group Brown Eyed Girls) it's worth watching:

The song was released last week, but on Saturday, 35-year-old unveiled the video for "Gentleman," live on YouTube from Seoul's World Cup Stadium.

As for the signature move, it's more subtle than last year's dance craze.

Instead of riding an invisible horse a la "Gangnam Style," he's just got a smooth hip-swaying, pelvic thrust action going on. Maybe a modest letdown there?

Eh, he's got 32 million views in as many hours. Man knows what he's doing.

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Finally. Some Justin Bieber news that has nothing to do with fake Twitter followers or alleged battery complaints. Just good ol fashioned music.

The singer has dropped his official music video for "All Around the World" and, appropriately, it takes fans all around the world with Justin.

The clips follow this superstar's ongoing Believe tour, as he interacts with fans, takes in sights and cuts a serious rug on the stage floor.

"Blessed and grateful to do what i do," the Biebs Tweeted along with the video. "Thanks."

Thank YOU, JB. Enjoy now, Beliebers:

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The Korean phenomenon is back, baby!

That's South Korea, Dennis Rodman.

"Gangnam Style" rapper PSY has released his new song "Gentleman," and while its fast and familiar beat isn't quite as catchy as his mega-hit, be forewarned:

He's unveiling the song and a dance affiliated with it live on YouTube Saturday at Seoul World Cup Stadium. So we ain't seen nothin' yet. But here's the song:

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Amazingly, this DMX story does not involve a mug shot. Seriously.

Just an awesome video of him crashing an Alicia Keys concert!

The crowd went nuts at Madison Square Garden when Swizz Beatz - Keys' husband - and DMX came out an unexpected rendition of the "Ruff Ryders Anthem."

Then, after they shut 'em down and opened up shop, the duo launched into "Party (Up in Here)" ... and it was enough to make people lose their minds. Up in here.

Sorry.

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On last night's American Idol results show, viewers were treated to the past, present and future.

Lazaro Arbos, for example, is now a distant memory, following an unexpected run to the final six.

Candice Glover, Janelle Arthur, Amber Holcomb, Kree Harrison and Angela Miller are the future, competing to see who will be crowned Season 12 champion.

And Kelly Clarkson? Well, she's all three, really. But in the present, she's the shining example of all every contestant wants to be: successful, funny, cool, talented... successful.

Watch as she returned Thursday to the stage that made her famous and performed "People Like Us."

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Jay-Z's new song "Open Letter," a response to criticism of his recent trip to Cuba, has racked up nearly 500,000 listens - and a response from the White House.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney denied that President Obama gave Jay-Z and Beyonce their clearance for the trip, as the song implies.

Jay-Z's "Open Letter" lyrics in question:

“I turned Havana into Atlanta / Boy from the hood / I got White House clearance  Obama said, 'Chill you gonna get me impeached / You don’t need this shit anyway, chill with me on the beach.'"

Asked of Obama indeed gave him clearance, Carney said:

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