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THG loves The Bachelor.

There. We said it. We have no shame over this fact.

Some folks out there aren't always so open about their affection, however, rarely going above a whisper when discussing Chris Harrison, dates on a helicopter and THE MOST DRAMATIC ROSE CEREMONY EVER.

But don't count the following celebrities among that group.

These stars definitely watched Andi Dorfman choose Josh Murray on The Bachelorette last night and they'll totally happy to talk all about it.

Flip through these photos and you'll learn that they already have many times in the past:

John Mayer
Said the singer to Ellen DeGeneres in 2012: "I don't even feel like it's my fault for liking it. It's not a guilty pleasure. It's designed to be a pleasure.

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Honesty. It may be the most important quality in a news anchor.

So it's refreshing to hear NBC's Brian Williams open up to America and admit in the following video: He loves big butts. And he simply can't lie.

Yes, Jimmy Fallon is back with a new Brian Williams lip dub, splicing together numerous clips of the journalist to make him rap the Sir Mix-a-Lot classic "Baby Got Back."

How does this lip dub compare to past version of "Rapper's Delight" and/or "Gin and Juice?" Watch and decide now!

A few days ago, Sir Mix-a-Lot actually brought this hit back from the dead when he performed Baby Got Back with an orchestra.

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Edward Snowden gave his first televised interview Wednesday night, speaking with NBC journalist Brian Williams in a remarkably candid hour-long sit down.

Despite the Obama administration's claim that Snowden was simply a low-level analyst, the embattled 30-year-old former government employee insisted that he's a "trained spy" who exposed NSA surveillance programs out of a sense of patriotic duty.

Being a patriot means knowing when to protect your country," said Snowden. "I think it's important to remember people don't set their lives on fire, they don't walk away from extraordinarily comfortable lives for no reason."

While Snowden was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2013, he remains an intensely controversial figure, branded by many within the Obama administration as a treasonous traitor.

"If I could go anywhere in the world, that place would be home," said Snowden, who's currently living in Russia to avoid prosecution.

Snowden claimed that he's "still serving" the US and insisted that all three branches of the American government have "enacted reforms" based on the revelations of his whistleblowing campaign.

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MC Brian Williams is back in the house, yo!

A week after Jimmy Fallon hilariously presented a lip-dubbed version of Snoop Dogg's "Gin and Juice," with this NBC Nightly News anchor doing his best impression of the rapper, DJ Steve Porter has put together his own edited video of Williams.

And, this time, the journalist is making like Ludacris. Watch him "Rollout" now and just try not to laugh out loud:

Because the Internet rules sometimes, Williams has also sort of sang Rapper's Delight online.

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Who knew Brian Williams was so gosh darn gangsta?

A couple months after dazzling viewers with a lip-dubbed version of Rapper's Delight, the NBC news anchor is now back with his unique take on "Gin and Juice."

As cobbled together by Jimmy Fallon and his Tonight Show staff, pieces of Williams' broadcasts have been edited into an unexpected take on the 1990s West Coast rap masterpiece.

Brian Williams rapping about the party still bumpin' 'cause his mama ain't home, sippin' on Tangueray and smokin' a fat ass J of bubonic chronic so dope it makes him choke?

Okay, he doesn't get that far in the song, but still: Epic.

Among other recent lip-dub classics, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton sort of teamed up a few weeks ago on "Timber." You can imagine how that went.

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Brian Williams isn't just a news anchor. He's also an aspiring rapper.

Who knew?!?

On The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon yesterday, the host spliced together various clips of Williams "rapping" to the "Rapper's Delight," helping Williams join other lip-dubbing legends such as Kim Kardashian, the USA swim team and President Barack Obama.

Along with pretty much every person on the planet back during the Call Me Maybe cover craze.

Watch the hilarious video now and then click through to relive other memorable moments in lip-dubbing history:

Brian Williams "Raps" Rapper's Delight
You go, Brian Williams! The NBC anchor sort of raps "Rapper's Delight" in this spliced-up video. It's funny stuff. Watch now.

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