At face value, it sounds a bit shady, but is it really? You decide.

As previously reported, Little Mix originally recorded a demo for “Pretty Girls.” The British girl group passed on it and gave it away. Eventually, it found its way to Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea. The girls explain how Spears got her paws on it.

“We’ve been away a while because we wrote an album, sat with the record label and we thought, ‘Nope, it’s not good enough’,” group member Jesy Nelson (second from right) tells The Sun. “We recorded a whole album but we’re perfectionists and knew we could do better. So we scrapped it and started again.”

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Do I need to ramble on as to why you should watch this clip? Com’n, just check out the picture above. Alan Ritchson never really turned my crank previously, but get him wet and executing some choreography, and you’ve got me swooning.

NBC’s new reality show, I Can Do That, is perfect Summer viewing. It’s mindless, charming and actually quite watchable. Cheryl Burke, Joe Jonas, Ciara, comedian Jeff Dye, Nicole Scherzinger and Ritchson pair up for weekly challenges where they learn magic, how to be a Globetrotter, dance routines and other stunts. The studio audience then votes for the winner.

On the premiere episode, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle teamed up with the Pussycat Doll to perform a gravity-defying AiRealistic routine. As eye-catching and beautiful as the routine was, a shirtless Ritchson hearing feedback from his co-stars was everything. Dude is ripped. The only thing that would’ve made this better is if Joe Jonas stepped in to perform with Ritchson. Maybe next time. Check out the sexy clip below.

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Netflix Gives Grace & Frankie A Second Season

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Freshman comedy Grace and Frankie received a second season order from Netflix. The news was revealed Tuesday night on an FYC panel at the Pacific Design Center attended by series co-creators and executive producers Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris, along with its stars Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Martin Sheen.

“Let me say, it’s so awesome to do a show on Netflix,” said Marta Kauffman, series co-creator and exec producer, “because two and a half weeks after we launched, Miley Cyrus does a tweet about your show, and they call and say, ‘We’d like to do a season two.’ So yes, there is a season two. We have Ted (Sarandos, Netflix) and Miley to thank.”

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She’s written several smash hits including “Hold It Against Me” (Britney Spears), “Dynamite” (Taio Cruz) and several for Katy Perry such as “California Gurls,” “Wide Awake” and my favorite, “Teenage Dream.” Somehow though, Bonnie McKee hasn’t been able to pen one for herself. Her best offering to date, “American Girl,” stalled at No. 87 in 2013. Maybe, her luck will change with her upcoming EP.

Bombastic” is one of four tracks included on her EP. The 31-year-old artist co-wrote it with Sean Walsh, Andreas Axident and rising singer Charlie Puth. It’s not the usual bubbly pop fare she releases. Instead, it’s a bit edgier with almost a metal influence.

For the accompanying visual, she heads to the 80s for inspiration. Channeling Olivia Newton-John circa “Physical” era, McKee goes aerobic but with a raunchier twist. Check out the David Richardson-directed music video below.

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Point Break Remake Looks Like A Thrilling Ride

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I’d hardly refer to Point Break as a classic, but its beloved by many, including myself. When it was announced a remake of the Kathryn Bigelow film was in production, naturally, I was a bit trepidatious. Could anyone match Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze’s awesomeness in the action crime film?

It may be presumptuous on my part, but based on the trailer, I would say they might actually improve upon it. It’s like Fast and the Furious meets the Bourne films on acid. The remake makes the original film look like child’s play with all its death-defying action.

Movie Synopsis

“A young FBI agent infiltrates an extraordinary team of extreme sports athletes he suspects of masterminding a string of unprecedented, sophisticated corporate heists.”

Stepping into Reeves’ place to play Johnny Utah is Luke Bracey. Originally, Gerard Butler was set to play Swayze’s part, ringleader Bodhi, but he was replaced by Edgar Ramirez. Whatever chain of events led to the casting change, I approve. Ramirez sizzles on the screen.

Delroy Lindo and Teresa Palmer round out the cast. Point Break jumps into theaters on Christmas Day in limited theaters, before getting a wide release. Check out action-packed first trailer below.

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Now, this is more like it. After releasing “Bang That” which drew influence from London’s raw garage movement, Disclosure debuts another new track that is much more radio friendly. The former was dubbed a buzz single, while this officially becomes the lead cut off their forthcoming album.

Holding On” finds the English duo returning to 90s house which was prevalent throughout their Settle album. Why mess with their signature sound? Grammy-winning jazz singer Gregory Porter provides soulful vocals to the slickly-produced track. It’s no “Latch,” but should do well at the clubs and on the charts. Give their slinky single a listen below.

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Dylan Bruce Joins Heroes: Reborn Cast

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Don’t worry all you Dylan Bruce fans out there. Just because he left Orphan Black, it doesn’t mean you won’t get your weekly fix of the 35-year-old Canadian stud. He just joined NBC’s Heroes: Reborn revival in a recurring role.

Dylan joins fellow franchise newbies, Zachary Levi, Ryan Guzman, Robbie Kay, Eve Harlow, Judith Shekoni and Danika Yarosh. No word on what part he’ll play. Among those returning from the original series include Jimmy Jean-Louis (The Haitian), Masi Oka (Hiro), Greg Grunberg (Matt Parkman) and Jack Coleman (Noah Bennet).

If you’re not familiar with Bruce, check out several pics below of him with and without his shirt on.

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With Jennifer Lopez in tow, I fully expected a hard-hitting club anthem. I pictured the two throwing down some sexy choreography for the music video. Instead, Jason Derulo’s duet with the American Idol judge is a breezy summery island-tinged track. It doesn’t exactly scream smash hit, but is solid album filler.

Try Me” is the latest buzz countdown single off Derulo’s upcoming fourth studio album, Everything Is 4. Of the tracks debuted so far, the J. Lo-assisted number falls in the middle. Nothing great, but not awful either. It’s perfect to listen to while relaxing by the pool. Give it a listen below.

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