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I don’t know about you, but I’m all about Hilary Duff’s new single.

Wisely, her team downgraded “Chasing The Sun” to buzz single status as a result of its underwhelming performance. In its two weeks of release, “All About You” has already garnered good will from her fans and critics, along with charting much better on iTunes in several foreign territories. Part folk, part pop, the Savan Kotecha-penned track is a catchy little anthem. The more I listen to it, the more I’m becoming a fan.

The 26-year-old entertainer just debuted its sexy lyric video. Duff sheds her clothes to lip sync the song’s lyrics. Whether seductively looking over her shoulder or tossing her hair playfully, Hilary shows the world she’s all grown up. Not an in-your-face Miley Cyrus kind of way, but more demurely. Give the clip a view below.

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Jennifer Hudson Is Dangerous On New J-Hud Track

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Jennifer Hudson is sticking to a retro sound for her latest, titled “Dangerous.” The 32-year-old singer channels her inner ride or die chick on the track.

While I’m loving the beat and Hudson’s vocals, I don’t feel it’s exactly what radio will back. Sadly, none of the singles off JHUD, out in stores September 23, are doing much in terms of airplay or downloads. “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)” and “Walk It Out” peaked at No. 29 and No. 107 respectively on the R&B chart, with her R. Kelly duet, “It’s Your World” not even making a blip.

Hopefully, she has a secret weapon on her third studio album that will become a smash. I fear if she doesn’t hit with this LP, it’s the end of her recording career. She’s far too talented for this to happen. Give “Dangerous” a listen below and watch her Today performance of the track.

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From the man who brought us Juno and Up In The Air, Jason Reitman takes a hard look at how we connect with each other these days. “Discover How Little You Know About The People You Know,” the tagline poses. One way to definitely find out is to search through one’s browser history, text messages, TUMBLR feeds and other ways we communicate in the technological age.

Based on a novel of same name written by Chad Kultgen, the film stars Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner, Emma Thompson, Judy Greer, Dean Norris, and Ansel Elgort. Men, Women & Children will make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. It then opens in limited release on October 3 and expands on October 17. Elgort presented the teaser trailer to Good Morning America Tuesday and said the following.

“I think it tells a really important story that hasn’t been told yet — the world has changed so much in these past few years with social media and the Internet, how it’s affected us and the way we communicate with people, and the way we have relationships in general, both romantic or just friendships,” Ansel Elgort explained. “One of the things our director Jason said was that it’s so funny in this world now, where all we do is connect, connect on our phone, we’re starting to disconnect.”

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A&E Orders Reality Series Starring The Lacheys

In: Donovan, Music, TV Shows
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It appears A&E loves famous siblings. It’s swapping out burgers for beer.

With the success of Wahlburgers starring Donnie and Mark Wahlberg, which was recently renewed for a second season, the network announced it’s ordered a new reality series starring Nick and Drew Lachey. The 98 Degrees singers will star in Lachey’s Bar. It will chronicle their dream of opening a bar in Cincinnati. The 10 episode series is in production now and scheduled to air sometime in 2015.

“Despite their lack of knowledge about running a business, these determined brothers are ready to roll up their sleeves and learn the ins and outs of running a place where everybody knows your name,” said A&E in a press release. “Unfortunately, drinking experience doesn’t necessarily translate into drink-making experience… but they’re ready to learn.”

Do you think A&E has another hit on its hands? What famous brothers do you think the network will recruit next? Sound off below.

Taylor Swift Shakes It Off In Brand New Video

In: Donovan, Music
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if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it as they say. Much like she did to kick off her Red era, Taylor Swift used a popular online destination to announce her forthcoming album and new single. This time around, she chose Yahoo! Live Stream in lieu of YouTube to share the news.

Swift unveiled her new single “Shake It Off” on Monday. The Max Martin/Shellback-produced single isn’t a jilted love song but rather a fun and upbeat pop anthem. It’s the lead cut off her forthcoming fifth studio album titled 1989- the year she was born.

The accompanying visual finds Taylor taking on different dance styles, ranging from ballet, to hip-hop to contemporary. Is someone auditioning for So You Think You Can Dance ;) Watch the 24-year-old channel her inner Black Swan below.

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Back in 2010, New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys joined forces for a joint NKOTBSB tour. Four years later, Nick Carter and Jordan Knight are taking a break from their respective groups to form Nick & Knight.

Their first single “One More Time” which surfaced weeks ago received the accompanying visual today. It’s a relatively simple concept with Carter and Knight channeling their inner Terry Richardson, photographing two ladies in an intimate situation.

The duo’s debut album hits stores on September 2 with their two-month tour kicking off a couple weeks later on September 15 in Nashville. Check out their new video below.

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Beyonce goes retro in the second trailer for her forthcoming HBO special, On The Run. Mrs. Carter covers the 1966 classic “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” in the black and white promo.

Dressed as a glamorous jazz singer, Bey serenades her hubby and touring partner, Jay-Z as he smokes a stogie. The clip then cuts to footage of the duo’s joint tour which is full of tight choreography, stunts and, naturally, hair flips.

Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” was penned by Sonny Bono and recorded by both Nancy Sinatra and his then-wife Cher. It’s clear, Beyonce was more inspired with the former with her rendition. Check out all three versions below and weigh on who gives a more deadlier performance.

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With three singles currently on the Billboard Hot 100, it’s a no-brainer why the publication chose Ariana Grande to grace their latest issue. The 21-year-old rocks out polka dots while talking about her forthcoming album, My Everything, due in stores next week. Grande also chats about several of her role models including Madonna, Indie.Arie, Marlene Deitrich, Helena Bonham Carter and even Freddy Krueger. Random, right?

On Freddy Krueger & Jaws

“I always wanted to have face paint on or be wearing a Freddy Krueger mask, and I would carry a hockey stick around,” she describes. “For my fifth birthday party we had a Jaws theme and all my friends left crying.”

To promote her album’s release, Ariana also teased another track. “Break Your Heart” which was recorded with Childish Gambino. She shared a snippet via Instagram. Give it a listen below and read what she has to say about her other aforementioned role models.

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