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Well that was short-lived! Danity Kane announced a reunion minus original member D. Woods earlier this year. A couple of months later, Aundrea Fimbres bailed the project, making the girl group now only a trio, despite announcing their #NoFilterTour. According to TMZ, the remaining members have called it quits for good after an altercation during a recording session.

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It’s probably never going to happen but what if it did… It would be BEYOND EPIC!!! An online petition asking NFL organizers to hire the 54-year-old comedian is gaining traction. As of today, it’s already amassed over 100,000 signatures at Ed Ball, who started the, excuse the pun, ball rolling stated the following.

“The theatrics alone would be hilarious and a welcoming change,” Ball wrote, “and draw a wider audience of fans that typically would not tune into the championship game or half-time show.”

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It’s no secret Kiesza loves 90s house. You can certainly hear the influence on both “Hideaway” and “Giant In My Heart.” It appears the Canadian singer loves all genres from the decade, including grunge.

She takes on Nirvana’s classic “Heart Shaped Box” for NME’s Basement Sessions. Armed with just an acoustic guitar, Kiesza delivers a cover that is emotional, powerful and spectacular. Definitely give it a spin below.

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Someone’s taking advantage of their new-found notoriety. Even though Jay Z’s alleged mistress, Liv, hasn’t publicly confirmed rumors that she’s the reason why Jay Z and Beyonce’s marriage is on the rocks, the female rapper has released a track titled, “Sorry Mrs. Carter.” With lyrics taking aim at Bey, the song hardly seems like an apology for sleeping with her man. Here are a couple of excerpts:

“Girls can’t run the world fightin’ over men, all my single ladies better keep in mind when them those tables turn you gon’ be the wife.”

“You out here tellin’ them how to serfbort. Come on, now. Serfborts. Monica Lewinsky. You a married woman.”

“The man? He likes model chicks. He likes all naturally flawless model chicks, like me.”

If the rumors are true, I can’t believe Jay Z would cheat on Beyonce with this hooker. The Destiny’s Child singer is so much hotter and prettier. I guess we all know why Solange gave Jay Z a much-needed bitch slapping during that infamous elevator ride. Give the track a listen below which samples Outkast’s “Ms Jackson.”

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If you’re a fan of Kylie Minogue, this clip is a must see. The 46-year-old closed out the Commonwealth Games with a glitzy and campy show. The almost 30-minute performance included seven of the Aussie pop star’s greatest hits.

Minogue kicked things off with “Spinning Around,” followed by “Love At First Sight,” “Into The Blue,” “Locomotion,” “All The Lovers” before closing things out with “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.”

The show was so fabulous, fellow Aussie, steeplechase runner Genevieve LaCaze crashed the stage, dancing along with Kylie’s shirtless male dancers. Hell, I would’ve done it as well had the opportunity presented itself. Check out the extravaganza below.

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Azealia Banks finds herself kidnapped and tied up in the desert in her new video. She eventually breaks free and rocks out a flame-printed catsuit. Clearly, this visual symbolizes her recent split with her record label, Interscope Records. She’s one fiery independent bad-ass.

Heavy Metal And Reflective” is the lead cut off her forthcoming album, Broke With Expensive Taste. She’ll release the album on her newly-launched independent label. Rob Soucy and Nick Ace directed the clip. Watch Banks riding with a crew of bikers popping wheelies in the sand dunes below.

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Looks like new music from Lorde is on the way. It’s not exactly known how many songs she’ll contributed to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack, but the Kiwi singer will release the lead cut. In addition, she’ll curate the entire album, hand-picking all the artists involved.

“Curating the soundtrack for such a hotly-anticipated film was a challenge, but I jumped at the chance,” says Lorde. “The cast and story are an inspiration for all musicians participating and, as someone with cinematic leanings, being privy to a different creative process has been a unique experience. I think the soundtrack is definitely going to surprise people.”

Since Taylor Swift is one of her celeb BFFs, odds are good the “22″ singer will appear on the soundtrack. Swift previously contributed tracks to the first Hunger Games film. Who else do you think the 17-year-old singer should approach? Sound off below.


Seriously random!!! This video has everything but the kitchen sink. Unless of course I missed that during all the visual stimulation. Twerking popsicles, watermelon fans, Pee Wee Herman-looking dancers, headless shirtless men, Maserati (you better work bitch) and plenty of vintage fashions. You name it, it’s in there. Although I will say, I’m loving the modern take on YSL’s iconic Mondrian color-block dress that Katy Perry rocks out.

This Is How We Do” is the fifth single off Perry’s Prism album. “Roar” and “Dark Horse” both hit No. 1 while “Unconditionally” and “Birthday” peaked at No. 14 and No. 17 respectively. I have a feeling her latest will chart in the Top 20 as well. Those Katy-Cats are a hardcore bunch. Check out the Joel Kefali-directed clip below.

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