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They previously appeared in Into The Woods, but Anna Kendrick and James Corden need to star in another musical together like stat!!! After watching this Late Late Show sketch, I have no doubt a feature film musical would absolutely be dope.

Let’s be honest, not everyone gets a happily-ever-after ending. From the first date to the inevitable breakup, Corden and Kendrick journey through the stages of a relationship told through song. They deliver a mashup of songs including “I Say a Little Prayer,” “Lady in Red,” “I Can’t Feel My Face,” and iconic ballads from Adele and Whitney Houston in this thoroughly entertaining clip.

Check out the fantastic four-minute segment below. Watching Anna almost break into laughter at the end was adorable.

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Troye Sivan Taps Alessia Cara For ‘Wild’ Remix

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Troye Sivan and Alessia Cara are arguably among the most talented singer-songwriters of their generation. It was only a matter of time before these two rising stars teamed up.

Wild” originally appeared on Sivan’s 2015 EP of the same name. It’s music video concluded his heartbreaking Blue Neighbourhood trilogy. Rather than just hop on and sing the existing lyrics, Cara wrote a new verse for the new version of “Wild.” The remix also features slightly sped up production.

If you were a fan of the original, you’ll love the new version of “Wild.” Their voices deliver some fabulous harmonies. Give it a listen below.

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I may not be afraid of no ghosts but this cover frightens me. If the studio thought the backlash over the first trailer was bad, they haven’t seen anything yet. This rock cover of the classic “Ghostbusters” theme song is an abomination. Definitely no bueno.

While I do adore Fall Out Boy, I’m shocked they received the call to record the theme song. Given that it’s an all-female reboot, I would’ve expected a girl group or even a star-studded roster of female musicians to score the gig. Sure, Missy Elliott adds some estrogen but her rap interlude is clunky at best. Not only does the reboot deserve better, but do so fans.

Give “Ghostbusters (I’m Not Afraid)” a listen below. Be prepared to be disappointed.

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Life’s a beach for Fifth Harmony and I’m kinda jealous. The girl group’s latest visual is exactly what you would expect and hope for. Plenty of sexy choreography, frolicking in the sand and jam-packed with chiseled male models. They certainly know their target demo 😉

All In My Head (Flex),” featuring “Trap Queen” rapper Fetty Wap is the follow-up single to their smash hit “Work From Home.” Director X, who helmed their sexy construction-themed clip, was once again called to film the visual.

Check out their summery new video below. The girls definitely know how to transition from fun in the sun to some nighttime action.

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Beyoncé Uploads ‘Sorry’ Music Video To Vevo

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If you missed the HBO film Lemonade and don’t have a Tidal account, you’ve probably haven’t seen the full music video for “Sorry” yet. You know the song with the infamous “Becky with the good hair” lyrics?

Well, it’s your lucky day. The 34-year-old superstar just uploaded the visual on her official Vevo account. It’s the first clip from Beyoncé’s latest album to officially appear elsewhere than Tidal.

Directed by Dikayl Rimmasch, the black-and-white clip features a much-buzzed about cameo from Serena Williams. While filming, Beyoncé told Williams “just be really free and just dance like nobody’s looking and go all out”. And boy does she. Who knew the Grand Slam tennis winner had such impressive twerking skills. Check out the video below.

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Broadway Stars Unite For Orlando Charity Single

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Broadway’s biggest stars came together to support the LGBT+ community in the aftermath of the Orlando mass shooting. They recorded a cover of Hal David and Burt Bacharach’s 1965 hit “What The World Needs Now Is Love,” with all proceeds going to the LGBT Center of Central Florida. Since its release, it’s already topped the iTunes chart.

“All of us in the Broadway community are deeply saddened by the senseless tragedy that occurred in Orlando in the early morning hours of June 12th,” they say in a video. “We send our love and support and thoughts and prayers to everyone impacted by this act of violence and hate. This terrible cycle of violence and intolerance must end. We want to put out as much love into the world as we can because only love can conquer hate. Love must prevail.”

The charity single features Kristen Bell, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Idina Menzel, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sara Bareilles, Whoopi Goldberg, Gloria Estefan, Carole King, Zachary Levi, Audra McDonald, Rosie O’Donnell, Sean Hayes, Matthew Broderick, Jane Krakowski, Sutton Foster and more.

On last night’s episode of Maya & Marty, several dozen of them appeared to deliver a live performance. Sadly, not everyone could make it. Maya Rudolph and Martin Short, who don’t appear on the official recording, helped out and joined along. Check out the studio recording version below, along with the Maya & Marty performance.

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Can’t decide what will be your song of summer yet? Thanks to DJ Earworm, you don’t have to. The mashup mastermind is back with another incredible music video mashup highlighting the best jams from 2016 most suitable for your summer playlist. Featuring everything from Calvin Harris & Rihanna’s “This Is What You Came For” to Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling” to DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean” and more.

There are a total of 19 tracks used in the Summersmash ’16 mashup. Check out the video and full track listing below!

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Fleur East’s debut single, “Sax,” has done quite well in several foreign markets including Hungary, Belgium, Ireland and her native UK. In North America however, it hasn’t even made a dent. And it’s not for lack of trying. The funky track has appeared in promos for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Uncle Buck and also been featured on Dancing With The Stars but hasn’t cracked the Billboard Hot 100 yet.

The Series 11 X Factor runner-up recently crossed the pond to New York to inject some momentum for the brassy number. In between all the media stops, the 29-year-old singer filmed a new music video. Adorably titled “Sax And The City,” Fleur East shows off her dance moves while iconic New York sights serve as the backdrop. Check out the fun new visual below.

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