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Cheryl Cole who simply goes by Cheryl these days drops her fourth studio album titled Only Human on November 10. The 31-year-old is in hardcore promotional mode in hopes of scoring solid first week sales. More power to ya gurrrrrl!!!

In the past week, she’s released the music video for the breezy upbeat “I Don’t Care” and the electro ballad title track “Only Human.” Now comes an out of left field cover of TLC’s empowering “Unpretty” mashed with Beyonce’s “Pretty Hurts.”

The result is neither here nor there for me. I like Cheryl, but don’t think the vocals are on point with her acoustic rendition. Watch it below and see if you agree with my thoughts. I’ve also added Cheryl’s recently released new tracks off Only Human as well. Enjoy.

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It was bound to happen and thankfully it’s here. Some enterprising individual has mashed up the talents of Iggy Azalea and Reba McEntire for one amazing “Fancy” supercut. Mixing the Aussie’s slick rhymes with the country superstar’s sound might not seem like a good fit, but the result is nothing short of fantastic. It’s a definite must-hear.

If that wasn’t enough I-G-G-Y for you, verses from her smash hit have also made their way on an unofficial remix of “Partition.” I’m sure Beyonce would approve. After all, she enlisted Azalea to open for her during the Australian leg of her Mrs. Carter tour. Check out both mashups below.

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The second Chris Evans appeared in Not Another Teen Movie wearing only whipped cream and a well placed banana I was instantly in lust. Thankfully, the 32-year-old actor has never been shy to show off his body. From Cellular to Captain America: The Winter Soldier in theaters today, and everything in between, The Wrap has put together all his shirtless and naked moments from the past in one sexy video montage. Check it out below.

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Rihanna & Chvrches Mashup: The Umbrella We Share

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Since it’s Throwback Thursday, I thought I’d share this fun little track. Comedian Dan Chamerlain, better known as Chambaland to his tumblr followers, does some pretty slick mashups. His latest masterpiece brings together two unlikely artists – Rihanna and Scottish band Chvrches.

Chambaland has combined RiRi’s vocals from “Umbrella” with the synth arrangement of the trio’s “The Mother We Share.” I’m sure Chvrches would approve. They love R&B as evident by their wicked cover of the Whitney classic, “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay.” Give “The Umbrella We Share” a listen below.

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Can’t decide which version of “Do What U Want” you like best? Torn between R. Kelly’s sultry soulful vibe and Christina Aguilera’s growling ad libs? Perhaps, Rick Ross’ sick rhymes are more your flavor. Whichever collaboration you prefer, you’ll go bat sh*t crazy for this megamix, or what I like to call “DWUW Version 4.0,” featuring all of Lady Gaga’s duet partners.

In other Gaga-related news, she recently apologized to her little monsters for the delay of the accompanying music video. The “Applause” singer cryptically wrote on her website that some people “betrayed her” by “mismanaging” her time and health.

Call me a skeptic but I just don’t see Gaga being pushed around. I feel her entire image and direction is heavily controlled by her. The conspiracy theory-loving person that I am, thinks Gaga and Terry Richardson are preparing an ultimate clip featuring R. Kelly, X-Tina and Ross. Don’t you think? Check out her entire apology below, along with the megamix.

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Every year DJ Earworm takes the 25 biggest songs of the year, according to Billboard, and creates a wicked mashup. It’s one of the things I look forward most to during the holiday season. Unlike previous years, the 2013 edition titled “Living The Fantasy” is a bit more mellow and subdued. There’s usually one piece of music DJ Earworm picks as the basis for every mashup. This year he primarily used Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child.”

“It’s a little darker-themed, I think,” he explained in an interview with Billboard. “The ballads seem to be a lot more present than they have been in many years, and the dance music is having less strong of a pull.”

It’s not my favorite of his, but he’s still one of the best mashup artists out there. Personally, I much prefer his peppy and upbeat Summer 2013 edition. When I hear a mashup, I want to dance my ass off. I suppose DJ Earworm’s creation is a reflection of people’s changing musical tastes. EDM which was once unstoppable on the pop charts has begun to dwindle in popularity. Check out “United State of Pop 2013 (Living the Fantasy)” below.

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After a year off, The Sing-Off returns for a fourth season to NBC this Christmas. Season 3 winners Pentatonix have gradually become the singing competition’s Kelly Clarkson by being the most successful out of the bunch. Since winning two years ago, their debut EP debuted at No. 14 with a brand new one dropping this week. In addition, they’ve appeared in numerous YouTube videos which have gone viral.

One of their best is the epic “Evolution of Beyoncé” which chronicled the “Irreplaceable” singer’s discography all the way from her Destiny’s Child days to her “Grown Woman” era. Their a capella medley was genius. Apparently, Ellen Degeneres thought so too. She brought them on her show Monday to perform it for a live studio audience. Not surprisingly, it’s pitch perfect. Check it out below, along with the original and their interpretation of the evolution of music. That’s brilliant as well.

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Is it Christmas and no one told me? Because these are a few of my favorite things all coming together. Cue Julie Andrews ;)

The Saturdays minus Frankie Sanford (I’m assuming she’s still on maternity leave) stopped by BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge to promote their current Top 5 UK hit “Disco Love.” It’s arguably one of my favorite tracks from the British girl group. Reminds me of a camping trip I took this summer.

As part of their two-song acoustic set, Rochelle Humes, Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White performed a mashup of Drake’s “Hold On We’re Gone Home,” TLC’s “No Scrubs” and Destiny’s Child’s “Survivor.” The vocals aren’t perfect by any means, but if you’re a fan, you’ll enjoy it. Check out both performances below.

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