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Put your lighters in the air, music fans, and give it up for Bruno Mars, Eminem and Royce da 5'9″.

This trio has collaborated on the track that currently sits at number-five on the Billboard Hot 100. You've likely already heard "Lighters," but we've posted the newly-released official video for the single below.

It features Slim Shady navigating his way through a dark chamber, with a road flare as his only illumination. He soon comes across Royce in a jail cell, as the pair finds its way above ground and Mars just does his thing on the piano throughout...

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Peanut butter and jelly. Kim Kardashian and giant breasts. Blake Lively and a camera phone.

Some things just go together well. Consider Bruno Mars and Eminem as part that grouping.

The music heavyweights have collaborated on "Lighters," a track that also features Royce da 5′9″ and which will be featured on "Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel," Royce's upcoming album with Eminem (out June 14).

Listen to the single below, as Mars sings on the refrain: This one’s for you and me living out our dreams, we’re all right where we should be. With my arms out wide, I open my eyes and now all I want to see is a sky full of lighters.

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Grammy-winner Bruno Mars, last season's finalist Crystal Bowersox and the departing Casey Abrams all performed live on American Idol on Thursday night.

While Casey's elimination was another surprise in a season packed with unexpected American Idol results, he enjoyed a nice run and proved worthy of a save.

Unfortunately, the judges couldn't bail him out a second time last night.

Watch Casey go out in style with his jazzy swan song, "I Put a Spell on You," followed by the performances of Bruno and Crystal below ...

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Bruno Mars accepted a plea deal allowing him to avoid jail time for his cocaine arrest last year, provided the singer keeps his nose clean for the next year.

Mars and the Clark County (Nev.) D.A. struck a deal in which Mars would plead guilty to possession of a controlled substance stemming from his arrest.

The charge will be expunged if he stays out of trouble for 12 months.

Mars must also has complete 200 hours of community service. It all becomes official and his probationary period begins on his next court date, Feb. 14.

Mars was nailed at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino when a bathroom attendant ratted him out and told security there was a man in a stall doing drugs.

Hopefully he takes this seriously and follows through with his end.

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